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MUFON UFO Journal - 2007 5. May

MUFON UFO Journal - 2007 5. May

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MUFON UFO Journal - 2007 5. May magazine on UFOs, ETs (ExtraTerrestrials), ITs (IntraTerrestrials), IDs (InterDimensionals), EBEs (ExtraBiological Entities), ARVs (Alien Reproduction Vehicles), ETVs (ExtraTerrestrial Vehicles), close encounters and exopolitics
MUFON UFO Journal - 2007 5. May magazine on UFOs, ETs (ExtraTerrestrials), ITs (IntraTerrestrials), IDs (InterDimensionals), EBEs (ExtraBiological Entities), ARVs (Alien Reproduction Vehicles), ETVs (ExtraTerrestrial Vehicles), close encounters and exopolitics

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In thisissue
May 2007
No. 469
France, ChileRelease UFO Files 7ExtraterrestrialsLiving Among Us? 8Calendar12Puerto RicoAirport Sighting17State DirectorCMS Rankings21UFO Marketplace23Night Sky24
Director’s Message 2Book Review13Stan Friedman14Ted Phillips16Filers Files18
The Hawaii House of Representatives recently drafted a resolution addressed to theUnited Nations, to promote a “search for intelligent life and a definitive answer towhether or not it has come to Earth or is in our reach.” Read the Resolution and  MUFON’s testimony on page 3.
 Image fromwww.UFOPOP.com(page 13). Read about  Adamski, page 8.
Copyright 2007 by the Mutual UFO Network. All Rights Reserved
No part of this document may be reproduced in any form without the written permission of the CopyrightOwners. Permission is hereby granted to quote up to 200 words of any one article, provided the author iscredited, and the statement, “Copyright 2007 by the Mutual UFO Network, P.O. Box 279, Bellvue, CO 80512-0279” is included.The contents of the
MUFON UFO Journal 
are determined by the editor, and do not necessarily reflectthe official position of the Mutual UFO Network. Opinions expressed are solely those of the individual authorsand columnists, and do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the editor or staff of MUFON.The Mutual UFO Network, Inc. is exempt from Federal Income Tax under Section 501(c)(3) of the InternalRevenue Code. MUFON is a publicly supported organization of the type described in Section 509(a)(2). Donorsmay deduct contributions from their Federal Income Tax. Bequests, legacies, devises, transfers, or gifts arealso deductible for estate and gift purposes, provided they meet the applicable provisions of Sections 2055,2106, and 2522 of the Internal Revenue Code. MUFON is a Texas nonprofit corporation.The
MUFON UFO Journal 
is published monthly by the Mutual UFO Network, Inc., Bellvue, CO.Periodical postage paid at Versailles, MO.Individual Membership: $45/year U.S., $55 outside the U.S.Family members: $10 per person additionalStudent (18 years and under): $35 U.S. and $45 outside the U.S.Donor: $100/year. Professional: $250/year. Patron: $500/year Benefactor (Lifetime Member): $1,000First class
delivery (in envelopes) U.S. and Canada only: $12/year additional Air Mail
delivery to all other countries outside the United States: $35/year additionalPostmaster: Send form 3579 to advise change of address to:
MUFON UFO Journal 
, P.O. Box 279,Bellvue, CO 80512-0279.
Change of address and subscription/extra copies inquiries should besent to MUFON, P.O. Box 279, Bellvue, CO 80512-0279.
MUFON’s mission is the scientific study of UFOs for the benefitof humanity through investigation, research, & education.
May 2007 Number 469
Continued on page 22
Director’s Message
By James Carrion
 James Carrion
 MUFOUFO Journal 
(USPS 002970)(ISSN 02706822)
Mutual UFO Network
Post Office Box 279Bellvue, CO 80512-0279Tel: 888-817-2220Fax: 866-466-9173hq@mufon.com
International Director 
James Carrion, M.A.P.O. Box 279Bellvue, CO 80512-0279Tel: 888-817-2220Fax: 866-466-9173 jcarrion@mufon.com
Sally Petersen, M.A.editor@mufon.comTel: 888-817-2220, 4-4-1Editor@mufon.com
George Filer, M.B.A.Stanton Friedman, M.S.Gavin A. J. McLeodTed Phillips
Staff artists
John EgertonWes CrumMark Marren
MUFON staff photographer 
Nick Roesler 
MUFON on the Internet
MUFON Amateur Radio Net
40 meters - 7.240 MHzSundays noon EST or EDST
MUFON Headquarters hasinitiated a number of new projects thatwill come to fruition over the monthsleading up to the August Symposium.MUFON State Directors now have awritten set of guidelines for managing their state chapters,neatly packagedin the new
 MUFON State Directors’  Handbook.
Each StateDirector will bemailed a copyof the handbook and it will also beavailable for download from theMUFON web site. Chuck Reever,MUFON’s Director of Investigations,did an excellent job putting thehandbook together.The Fifth Edition of the
 MUFON  Field Investigator’s Manual 
is beingedited and will be available for sale atthe MUFON Symposium. The newmanual takes a forensic step by stepapproach to UFO investigation andhas been updated to includeMUFON’s Case Management System(CMS).MUFON is now issuing professional picture ID cards tomembers. You can request one byemailing a professional looking portrait photo of yourself in electronic form,along with your MUFON ID number to hq@mufon.com. If you don’t havean electronic copy, you can also mailthe photo to: MUFON, PO Box 279,Bellvue, CO 80512. If you volunteer ina MUFON leadership position (StateDirector, Assistant State Director,State Section Director, FieldInvestigator), you must use the newID card when representing yourself asa MUFON member.
3MUFON UFO JournalMay
Continued on page 4
WHEREAS, the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA) is theUnited Nations office principally responsible for promoting international coopera-tion in the peaceful uses of outer space; andWHEREAS, Planet Earth is much like an island in a great and fathomless ocean,separated from other planets and celestial bodies by thousands, millions, billions,and in some instances trillions of miles; andWHEREAS, astronauts, cosmonauts, and numerous other brave souls who haveventured into outer space during the last 47 years have marveled at how special,unique, and wonderful our Planet Earth is from space, including NASA astronautRoger Chaffee who remarked, “The world itself looks cleaner and so much more beautiful. Maybe we can make it that way – the way God intended it to be – bygiving everyone, eventually, that new perspective from out in space”; andWHEREAS, on September 21, 1987, before the United Nations General Assembly,President Ronald Reagan remarked, “In our obsession with antagonisms of themoment we often forget how much unites all the members of humanity”; andWHEREAS, when one considers the vastness of space and the relatively small sizeof our Planet in comparison to the scale of the Universe, even our most massiveconflicts and violent political disputes among nations seem minor; andWHEREAS, we as a human race have much to learn, not only from one another, butfrom exploration of the planets, stars, and solar systems beyond our own; andWHEREAS, statistically speaking, there are four hundred billion stars just in our galaxy alone, and if only one in a million of those had planets, and if just one of amillion of those had life, and if just one out of a million of those had intelligent life,there would be literally millions of civilizations out there, making our conflicts withour fellow man seem irrelevant and petty in the grand scheme of things; andWHEREAS, the expansion of knowledge and the humility from discovering newworlds and unlocking secrets of the stars could greatly impact the progress of 
Continued on page 4
The Hawaii House of Representa-tives recently drafted a resolutionaddressed to the United Nations, to promote a “search for intelligent lifeand a definitive answer to whether or not it has come to Earth or is in our reach.” The committee heard theresolution on March 21, 2007 butunfortunately due to some dissentingcommittee members, the resolutionwas deferred for a period of twoyears.MUFON was asked by Daniel deGracia, Community Liaison for Repre-sentative Rida T.R. Cabanilla—Chair for the Hawaii House of Representa-tives Committee on InternationalAffairs— to submit testimony regard-ing the resolution. De Gracia statedthat “since MUFON’s mission is tostudy UFOs, I was hoping that possi- bly you could offer comments regard-ing this matter in support, and possiblyinform the Committee about some of your findings.”
MUFON’s Testimony
The Mutual UFO Network (MUFON), Inc. has been investigatingand studying the mystery of Unidenti-fied Flying Objects (UFOs) for 38years, taking over where the U.S. Air Force left off when it terminatedProject Blue Book in 1969. Thehypothesis that these strange objectsrepresent a visiting non-human intelli-gence is called the ExtraterrestrialHypothesis or ETH.Unfortunately, ETH has not beenexplored by the scientific community because it is not subject to the tenet of hypothesis falsifiability, which statesthat a hypothesis that cannot bedisproved is not considered a viablehypothesis.A hypothesis that can be exploredis the Human Manufacture hypothesisor HM. The HM hypothesis statesthat those objects of apparent technological manufacturethat cannot be prosaically explained are being manufac-tured by one or more world governments or by covertelements thereof. These power groups are testing theseobjects in public airspace, which is not publicly disclosed because they are being kept in strategic reserve for national security reasons. These power groups conve-niently use the popular media and cultural view that
 Rep. Cabanilla
Hawaii House Drafts Resolution to United NationsSupporting Extraterrestrial Studies

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