A Blueprint for Deception
Excerpted from BIZARRE REALITY: Secret Projects and Strange Phenomena(unpublished)By Anthony ForwoodCopyright 2011 © All rights reservedThe UFO enigma is a blueprint example of how a false sense of reality can be createdwithin a population of people so that a deeper truth is buried in plain sight. Thisenigma has been purposely played by certain organs of the US government in a majorway, using various methods of deception to create a modern-day mythologysurrounding the subject of UFOs, for whatever reason that might be. It’s not therumors and stories themselves that are of greatest importance to the discussion here,but rather the bigger picture of what is going on.A disinformation campaign surrounding the UFO enigma was started as early as 1947,after Kevin Arnold spotted nine flying discs over Mt. Ranier in Washington State. Afew months later, the Roswell crash was reported to the news service, only to beretracted the next day and almost completely forgotten for the next fifty years. A fewmonths after that incident, the CIA was formed.Ever since its inception, the CIA has been heavily involved in running propagandacampaigns, both at home and abroad, for whatever reasons. At a deeper and moresecretive level, this very secretive organization has also sought ways to control thehuman mind, and would go on to develop methods that included a mix of psychological tactics, hypnosis, drugs, electronics, and anything else that wouldachieve these ends. The CIA also had direct connections to the genetic researchconducted by Joseph Mengele even prior to his work in the Nazi concentration camps,when he was still working at the Keiser Wilhelm Institute in Germany.As UFO sightings began to be publicized in the newspapers over the next fewdecades, starting with the sighting by Kevin Arnold, public interest in the subjectgrew, and a number of public and private UFO groups and organizations came to beestablished, involving themselves with investigating sighting reports and relatedstories, discussing the various aspects of the phenomena, and disseminatinginformation to their members and the public at large.At the same time, the Air Force set up a number of projects to investigate thephenomena, the best known being Project Blue Book, which was promoted to thepublic as a serious investigation into the matter, but which was later found out to benothing more than a cover project that was intent on creating the public impressionthat there was nothing to the phenomena. Project Blue Book was surreptitiouslyfiltering the less easily explainable witness reports of UFOs to the CIA, and were onlydocumenting and investigating those reports that were able to be easily debunked.Project Blue Book officially closed in 1969.