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The creepiest UFO report on the CIA website
Post by Nyx on Jul 15th, 2017, 8:44pm

In 1993, 23 Russian soldiers were turned to stone after a UFO was shot down by a Russian surface to air missile in Siberia.

Ufologists have pondered why this report is on the official CIA website.

If there is an ounce of truth in this report, alien weapons are terrifying.

http://www.ufointernationalproject.com/latest-news/23-soldiers-turned-stone-ufo-shot-cia-report-confirms-website/
Re: The creepiest UFO report on the CIA website
Post by travex on Jul 17th, 2017, 01:39am

on Jul 15th, 2017, 8:44pm, Nyx wrote:
In 1993, 23 Russian soldiers were turned to stone after a UFO was shot down by a Russian surface to air missile in Siberia.

Ufologists have pondered why this report is on the official CIA website.

If there is an ounce of truth in this report, alien weapons are terrifying.

http://www.ufointernationalproject.com/latest-news/23-soldiers-turned-stone-ufo-shot-cia-report-confirms-website/

The event was designed to remove an uncertainty from a part of Russian history.
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/8/88/Vsehsvyatsky_stone_bridge._End_of_XVII_century_Moscow.jpg

Firstly, try to identify the following sequence.

2, 3, 5, ...

Since 2, 3, and 5 are first three prime numbers, the sequence could be the progression of prime numbers, which continue without a bound - there are infinitely many of them.

But in the next development, the sequence stopped at prime number 1993. Why?

Look at the difference:

Before: 2 3 5 ...

After: 23 5 ... 1993.


You see that the first two primes merged forming another prime number - 23 - and that probably caused the sequence to stop at 1993, which happens to be the year the hard-to-believe event took place.

You also see that 5 refers to the number of aliens, and 23 to the number of affected Russian soldiers.

...and five short humanoids with "large heads and large black eyes" emerged from it.
https://www.cia.gov/library/readingroom/docs/DOC_0005517761.pdf

Since 2+3=5, the merging of 2 and 3 into 23 should be described in the report:

... after freeing themselves from the debris, the aliens came close together and then "merged into a single object ..."
https://www.cia.gov/library/readingroom/docs/DOC_0005517761.pdf

The encounter could have easily taken place in other prime year apart from 1993. Why did it take place exactly in 1993?

That's because 1993 is the 301st prime number, and that takes you back in time to the year of 1692,

1993 - 301 = 1692,

and that's the correct year.

Sources about the completion of the first Stone Bridge are contradictory. The most widely accepted version attributes it to Patriarch Filaret, who picked up the job in 1682; year of completion is either 1687 or 1692.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bolshoy_Kamenny_Bridge#Bolshoy_Kamenny_Bridge_.281692.2C_demolished.29

Remember that the aliens turned the soldiers into stone, otherwise the message would be hard to read.

At that very instant, 23 soldiers who had watched the phenomenon turned into... stone poles.
https://www.cia.gov/library/readingroom/docs/DOC_0005517761.pdf

Here is another question that the encounter brought about: Were the folks living back in Stone Age as much gullible as we are?

Re: The creepiest UFO report on the CIA website
Post by purr on Jul 17th, 2017, 4:45pm

on Jul 15th, 2017, 8:44pm, Nyx wrote:
In 1993, 23 Russian soldiers were turned to stone after a UFO was shot down by a Russian surface to air missile in Siberia.

Ufologists have pondered why this report is on the official CIA website.

If there is an ounce of truth in this report, alien weapons are terrifying.

http://www.ufointernationalproject.com/latest-news/23-soldiers-turned-stone-ufo-shot-cia-report-confirms-website/


Hi Nyx, interesting stuff but there's a problem with Russian soldiers getting turned into stone in 1993, the incident then generating a KGB report. The KGB was dismantled and ceased to exist in 1991 due to the increasing disarray within Soviet Intelligence, culminating in the end of the cold war (as well as the Soviet Union!), Russian security services by 1995 having coagulated into the still operational Federal Security Service or FSB (from Russian ФСБ).

Imo any 1993 major event impacting Russian national security ought to be covered by the FSB, perhaps referencing its transitional state/fluid acronyms 1991-1995.


purr
Re: The creepiest UFO report on the CIA website
Post by Nyx on Jul 17th, 2017, 6:27pm

Religion is not my " thing", but the Bible seems to hint towards UFOs in certain Bible stories.

In Genesis 19, Lot's wife is turned into a pillar of salt after she looked back at Sodom.

Sounds like the Russian soldiers' story.

Of course other famous ones are Moses led by a pillar of clouds during the day and a pillar of fire at night.

Ezekiel's wheel is the most famous.
Re: The creepiest UFO report on the CIA website
Post by travex on Jul 17th, 2017, 9:03pm

on Jul 17th, 2017, 6:27pm, Nyx wrote:
Religion is not my " thing", but the Bible seems to hint towards UFOs in certain Bible stories.

In Genesis 19, Lot's wife is turned into a pillar of salt after she looked back at Sodom.

Sounds like the Russian soldiers' story.

A direct reference to the organic-to-anorganic material conversion would require 26 soldiers turned to stone, not 23.

But Lotís wife looked back, and she became a pillar of salt.
Genesis 19:26

If someone can turn biological material into a limestone in a sec, that someone can't be exactly stupid to make vague references. But a loose link between the biblical account and the alien encounter does exist via Genesis 19:26.

So let's do some "turning."

1926 ---> 1692

1692 is the only logical option to rearrange the digits of the particular verse and the chapter, because it leads not to salt pillars but stone pillars - in Russia:

Sources about the completion of the first Stone Bridge are contradictory. The most widely accepted version attributes it to Patriarch Filaret, who picked up the job in 1682; year of completion is either 1687 or 1692.
http://ufocasebook.conforums.com/index.cgi?action=usersrecentposts&user=travex

The aliens made sure that the semi-fictitious story would end up inside the CIA database to undermine the appeal to authority, which the cardinals of UFO religion have used frequently to legitimize the existence of "miracles."