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« Reply #15 on: Apr 29th, 2016, 9:12pm »

Not about abductions, but here is a good reference to information on UFO history in Sweden. Anyone familiar with "Ghost Rockets"?



On looking inward

by Billy Cox
Posted on April 28, 2016

There’s a foreign-language documentary making the rounds that’s destined to flop in the U.S. for obvious reasons: no blaring hype, no epic proportions, and an unhurried narrative pace that’s more meditation than dramatic tension. As Americans, of course, we prefer messages gift-wrapped in tidy payoffs, or arterial spray, or at least decent fireworks. So nah, not much hope on this side of the pond for “Ghost Rockets,” a 72-minute subtitled offering from Sweden. But it spoke volumes to De Void, and maybe it’ll speak to anyone else who’s ever wondered why in the hell they squandered so much time on a journey with no prospects for rewards. Like nothing before it, “Ghost Rockets” holds a mirror up to that lonely, largely futile but perhaps reaffirming endeavor.

Hardcores know the term from the UFO wave that swept the Scandinavian peninsula in 1946, a year before “flying saucers” entered the language. Initially thought to have been Soviet weapons systems designed by captured Nazi scientists, ghost rockets drew the attention of military leaders in the U.S. and the UK, and filled Swedish government files with nearly 1,000 eyewitness reports. The ghost-rocket outbreak was as quirky and illogical as any other; for nearly a year, the objects seemed to gravitate to water, They were frequently reported to have splashed down in ponds and lakes. But no one ever recovered a scrap of debris that could be used as evidence.

However, this crowd-sourced documentary, some four years in production, doesn’t spend much time rehashing that postwar phenomenon. Instead, it follows newspaper reporter Clas Svahn as he pursues a 30-year-old UFO sighting lead at one Lake Nammajaure in the far north. The still-living witnesses had been hiking when they saw something reminiscent of a ghost rocket. They described a massive, airborne metallic pipe-looking thing that hovered over the remote lake before submerging in a gurgling discharge of bubbles. The couple never saw it re-emerge.

As director of the UFO-Sweden research group, Svahn contributed to the indispensable 2012 retrospective UFOs and Government: A Historical Inquiry and is an old hand at the tedium of mounting a cold-case investigation. He makes a pitch to his conscientious colleagues. No one has ever dived Nammajaure before to see what’s on the bottom. Let’s check it out.

UFO-Sweden’s members are an aging bunch; new blood is rare. Their budget is shot. They can’t find a halfway decent map anywhere in town. They need to buy an inflatable boat, among other things. They need instrumentation. Svahn and a collaborator go shopping amid a drizzle beneath a broken umbrella. A road trip means doubling up in hotel rooms.

Svahn’s mostly all-male cast is acutely aware of time’s swift passage. Their life-long passions have put them at a distance from so many peers. They don’t understand how so many of those peers can remain so indifferent. They pay tribute to three members who’ve died over the past year, by beginning a meeting with a moment of silence. They contemplate their own mortality with things unsaid, and a realization that they are no closer to their goal than when they started decades ago.

“Being alone,” says Svahn as his team prepares to explore the bottom of the murky lake, “is the worst thing that can happen to a person. To stand alone. And for humanity to stand alone can be equally terrifying. There is something greater. Something undefinable. It has to be there. We have a need for it.”

“Ghost Rockets” is a quiet film, and deliberately so. In an email to De Void, co-director Kerstin Ubelacker says the intent was to veer away from “speculation and sensationalistic UFO ‘documentaries’ trying to prove that aliens walk among us … We set out to go deeper and understand what goes on in the mind of a UFO investigator. Why do they keep looking for something that they never find …?”

While Ubelacker says it was important for her and co-director Michael Cavanaugh to frame UFO-Sweden with a non-judgmental lens, the larger objective was to reconnect audiences with childhood’s lost awe over life’s vast unfolding riddles, the world that existed before the inevitable disappointments and the numbing repetition. “Ultimately,” explains the Swedish filmmaker, “our goal was to share … people’s passion for the unknown and love of mystery with the international community.”

Well done, Sweden, thanks for the reminder that it’s always been about us. Not them. Or it.

http://devoid.blogs.heraldtribune.com/15527/on-looking-inward/




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« Reply #16 on: Apr 30th, 2016, 08:15am »

on Apr 29th, 2016, 12:57pm, supersidufo wrote:
drwu 23 ! When you think of all the " Knowledge " that goes around etc etc your thinking is that this could be nasty ! With a bit of more thought you still feel that it could be a possibility ! Stuck in no mans land !
Trust we end up with the good guys ! cool huh


Could you explain that a bit more....not sure what you are getting at.
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« Reply #17 on: Jul 13th, 2017, 05:42am »

Interesting stories but not surprising.

I have done a great deal of research and these visitors that look like humans are humans with a lot of altered gene.

The Greys began altering humans tens of thousands of years before the time of Christ. They began with the lighter skinned Sumarians which had various degrees of Annunaki Alien blood. These human hybrids were taller with lighter skin, lighter eyes and had a higher level of telepathic ability. The Greys altered their genes and made them more intelligent, enhanced their telepathic ability, changed their eye color to blue and made their skin very pale. These humans were to be come the Northern Germans, Poles and Swedes with small groups in northern Spain and England.

The Greys took many humans to seven different planets as well as to South America and hence the Mayans.

In the Bible Jesus Christ in his own words described God sending a "Flying Chariot" which was a Grey spacecraft. He described God's guards and his description was a Grey alien. He described the pilot as a pale skin human with white blond hair and bright blue eyes. He believed he was looking at God as Jesus was pale skinned with reddish blond hair and bright blue eyes. Jesus was also a very tall man at probably 6'-3" to 6'-5". He must have stuck out like a sore thumb as most of the humans were dark skinned and short with men's average height was at 5'-5".

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