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Old ufo case from South Africa
Post by supersidufo on Oct 6th, 2017, 04:15am

An old case I remember from the S.A.

Re: Old ufo case from South Africa
Post by Swamprat on Nov 6th, 2017, 6:52pm

I have a hard time giving any credence to a "Top Secret Report" which describes the craft as "dick shaped"..... tongue
Re: Old ufo case from South Africa
Post by supersidufo on Nov 7th, 2017, 04:34am

"2) Though their ships are magnificent, they are also weak -- solely BECAUSE of their method and unique mode of flight. They do not have a stable fighting platform (Note: The effectiveness of stable-flying conventional jet aircraft ARMED with advanced beam weaponry has been confirmed by the 'South African Incident' -- which was investigated by QUEST INTERNATIONAL, a British UFO research organization made-up of former police, security and military officials. The incident involved a UFO that was reportedly intercepted using an experimental aircraft-mounted THOR-II laser cannon. The weapon was fired and several blinding flashes were seen by the attacking Mirage-jet pilot, and the disc crashed at high speed into the desert sands of the Kalahari. The craft was brought to a South African base and using hydraulic equipment the 'door' was opened and two blue-gray aliens with reptilian features staggered out and were apprehended. When one doctor attempted to take a blood sample from one of the creatures, the being attacked him and its claw-like hands left deep scratches on his face and chest. The aliens proved to be rather vicious and seemed to operate on an individual-collective intelligence mode. Subsequent research suggested a possible genetic connection 'similar' to that of the early bi-pedal saurian species on earth according to one leaked document, and that the aliens were highly adaptable or mutational. In the event of jet-mounted beam weapons however, the PROBLEM would be our ability to determine whether these craft are friends or foes! The QUEST INTERNATIONAL officials have revealed sufficient evidence to prove that either the event DID happen OR that the international intelligence community had collaborated in a massive and expensive UFO hoax. Either way, the implications are provocative. - Branton). Charge distribution CAN also be discharged. The weapon does this -- even in it's present miniature prototype state.
"IT IS NOT THE PURPOSE OF THIS REPORT TO IMPLY THAT THE OVERALL PROBLEM WILL BE SOLVED WITH THE CAPTURE OF THESE BASES. Obviously IT WILL NOT, but it is a firmly based beginning with a high degree of rated projected success ratio. IT IS NOT INTENDED TO IMPLY THE ALIEN WILL NOT FIGHT; THEY MAY -- THOUGH THEIR INCLINATION IS GENERALLY THE OPPOSITE -- THIS BASING AREA IS KEY! WITHOUT IT, THEIR MISSION IS IN VERY DEEP TROUBLE. It is noted that these are not the only bases on earth. There ARE others. With a conservative estimate using typical logistic support numbers, it is not unrealistic to say there are 50,000 aliens (at the very least - Branton) within the ecosphere of earth and near space.
http://www.thewatcherfiles.com/dulce/chapter12.htm (17 of 23)8/14/2004 3:26:42 PM
Re: Old ufo case from South Africa
Post by supersidufo on Nov 7th, 2017, 04:51am

When I was still in S.A. the report I read was from another sauce ! The individual who disclosed this item eventually had to escape to Holland ! As I remember Quest ?? investigated the event !
I also heard of 1 maybe 2 S.A. AIR FORCE Jets chasing a UFO over the Atlantic and never seen again ! This was also in the 80,s !