16. 1872 Mary Celeste found
17. 1880 H.M.S. Atlanta 29018. 1881 Schooner found deserted 19. 1884 Miramonde (vanished)Unknown ?20. 1902 Freya found deserted 22. 1908 Baltimore 9
23. 1908 George R. Vreelan 7
24. 1909 George Taulane Jr. 7
From November 1909 to Feb 101920...18 ships were either founddeserted or had vanished and at least431 people had disappeared.From 1920 to 1950....55 more shipsand planes and 670 more people apparently had disappeared off the faceof the planet.With traffic increases between June1950 and 1977, over 2,000 additionalcases of missing ships, subs, planes, jets, divers, helicopters, yachts, etc.,were reported.By 1978 the infamous Sargasso Seawas sucking in victims at an averageof one plane about every two weeksand a snip or yacht each week. By1992 the count was as high as 135 ayear for missing planes/snips/boats/ divers, jets, subs, helicopters, mini-subs, etc.Certain facts must be here noted: Inall cases where the clipper ships back in history or sailing vessels were involved and the vessels have beendamaged, it appeared as if somethingfrom the sky had smashed theirmasts.In some cases where deserted vesselswere found the sextant andchronometer were missing. Also thecompass was smashed.The ships officers, crew and passengers seemed to be the only thingtaken. The cargo was always left inthe holds. The Mary Celeste was carrying 1,700 barrels of alcohol worth$80,000 when everyone vanished. Inmore than one case breakfast or dinner was all laid out still hot on thetable with coffee boiling away whenfound and boarded, but there was noone (other than the newcomers) onboard. The mascot is always left onboard, and in most cases, the ship'slog was left -with no entry as to whathad happened to the passengers andcrew.There are many cases of abandonedsea-craft found only with dead bodieson board, But the cause of death isalmost always recorded in the shipslog; these causes range from beingcaught in the ice, inability to relite theship's fire, starvation, freezing foodpoisoning, disease, and in rare pastinstances, pirate boardings.However in the cases of abductedhumans it seems the abduction occurred so quickly that not even aremark was laid down in the ships log.Even in a bad storm during earliertimes, it has been noted that sea-craftcrews seldom if ever deserted theirship. Because the lifeboats for thatera could not have held up under astorm.However, now-a-days most seagoingships' lifeboats are made of steel;often they are big ultra modern (upto 13,000 tons) petrol or nuclearpowered vessels, that use computers.These, too, have been found totallyintact and workable, with no signs of violence, but with all the humansmissing.Nor does it appear to be piracy for ithas been noted that known acts of piracy seem always to leave somesigns of violence.An eerie story originated onFebruary 1948, just 8 months after theflying saucer blitz in the UnitedStates in July of 1947. A Dutch vesselS.S. Ourang Medan sent out anS.O.S. distress call, which came fromthe straits of Malacca, betweenMalaysia and Sumatra, The sea wascalm, the weather was clear.
came the frenzied call.After a short silence,
"....all officers,including Captain dead, lying inchartroom and on Bridge...probablywhole crew dead..."
then a anothermessage:
After that there wasnothing.Rescue ships were sent, they foundthe ship 50 miles from the positiongiven by the Dutch and British listening posts.When boarded there wasn't a livingcreature on the ship. The captain laydead on the bridge. The bodies of theother officers sprawled in the wheel-house, chartroom and wardroom.The radio man was slumped in a chairin the radio shack, his hand still onthe sending key. The bodies of thehapless crew lay everywhere: in theirrooms, in the passageways, on thedecks. And all the dead faces had alook of convulsive horror. "Theirfrozen faces were upturned to thesun, the mouths were gaping openand the eyes staring.Everyone was dead! even the ship'sdog, a small terrier, was lifeless, itsteeth bared in anger or agony. Yet, noreason was ever found to explain thereason for their deaths. It was asthough a death ray had hit them andfrozen their expressions at their moment of death.
The previous information wasprovided by the movie:
"THE AQUARIUS REPORT \ALIENAGENDA which is nowavailable to the public.( See noticenear the end of this issue.)
THE INVISIBLE WAR
Aliens from outer space are constructing underground installationson this planet, and have been doingso for the last 30 years. A large percentage of these aliens have been abducting humans for a long time now.Whether abducted from the groundor on the sea the UFO/aliens usestealth, deceit, psychological warfare, and more.It seems, however, that the earth itself is up for grabs by many differenttypes of aliens: and contrary to manywho think otherwise, most of thealiens don't care about humans at allunless they can somehow be useful tothem. Consider for example:(1985)...Alphonse Chaumont, one of France's leading UFO investigators,contends the aliens steal fetuses of every country and color.
"They swoop down at night in small
landing crafts and spray dwellings with
They enter the homes and use a surgical suction device attached to aportable womb to remove fetusesduring their second or third month of development.They then swoop back to their ships,where the babies are raised in a giantautomated incubator and later transfer them to a nursery.The true, would-have-been-mothersawaken the next morning, remembering nothing of the visits, but aredevastated over the losses of theirunborn children. There are no signsof miscarriages or abortions, but thefetuses are gone —as if they werenever there. Examining doctors andinvestigators have no explanation, for