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Autrdien
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September,tro V OI,.1, N o.]

E D I T ORIAL

In n o o the r fi- eld of hur nan endeav our i s t h e s h i f t i n g cument of scientilic


belief be tter exenplif ied t han 1n t hat of the UFO.

T he clin ate o f int el- ligent t hought ab o u t UFO reality has anefiorated from
one of rig id a nta gonis m t o one of i_nc lpie n t belief.
Mo st no tab le o f r ec ent c onv er t s to the UFO cause is Chapman pincher, lne
Londo n "Dqill b\p r es s ' r s c ienc e c or r es pond e n t , ancl long notorious as the
nemes i-s o f the U FO r es ear c her .

In a re ce nt is s ue of t he "Dai1y Dr pr es s 'r , the proselytlc Mr. Pincher ber-


at es Astron ome r-Roy al_ Dr . Van de Riet - W oo J _ L e y f o r h i s i n t r a n s i g e n t attitude
towards sp ace tra v el and f ly ing s auc er s .

"To -sta y o n th e gr oundr ' r wr it es plnc ^h e r , , 'w o o l l e y i s i n d . a n g e r


of finding
hinself the sole hol- der of his belief f iv e years fr"om now."

"T he po ssibility t hat ot her wor lds r na y b e w a t c h i - n g i : s i s s e r i o u s l y being


conside red . by sci ent is t s as r eput able as D r . i r i o o l l e y l , 'h e concfudes."
T he no st n ota bte f ac t is t hat Dr . . lv oo l l e y is a confirmed. opponent of
space travel a nd f ly ing s auc er s . wha! - is s-urprising is that i-t is only
today.th at his.op j- nions hav e been c halleng e d , 'a n d tXen by no less a former
scept ic tha n Pin c her hir ns elf .

T h e ab an do nme nt of t went iet h c ent ur y geocentrisn is further evidenced. by


a recent state men t m ade by Dr . Ronald Br a c e w e l l - , an eminent Australian radio-
ast ron ome r. Dr. Br ac ewel- I wr it es in our o p e n l n g a r t i c f e "Communications from
S uperio : Ga lactic Cor nm unit ies , ' t hat ar t lf ic i - a 1 Eatellites, from
may alre ad y be or bit ing wit hin our s olar system, silent and, as yet, unoetected.
I t j-s o bviou s t hat t he t heor et ic al -thu"-.trr",
c as e a g a l n s t U F O 's c o l l a p s e d with the
advent o f the Spu t nik s and t he s c ient ilic deilonstrailon that l;terrigent life
is not the re su ft of a c as ual. c hain of c i r c u m s t a n c e s , but j-s rather a standard
st ereotyp ed p roced ur e, oc c ur iing c om pr ehe n s i v e r y our universe.
"iiirr-"
T heo retj-c^ a l ob jec t ions hav ing been t hu s d . l s s i p a t e d . , a uniforn effort shoul_d
non be man ifested in t he ac c unulat ion of p h y s i c ; i so that the riddl-e
of t he uFo may b e br ought t o a s peedy and - " i t i i i " . i o r y " u i a " o "due t e r n i _ n a t i o n .

C O -I DfTORS Pe ter E. Nom is r p. O . B o x


- LL. B. , J2rToorak,Melbourne,r,ic::lra
An dr ew p. Tom as , ZZI Bay St . , Brighton_Le_Sdnds,N.S.-ri.
carl Lehr oar t n, 20 c r awf or d
-Ave. rstaff ord,Bri,sbaie, r,:e:-s-and
suB S cRrPI'ro N RATESz 9/ - ( aus t . ) per ann u m p o s t p a i d . , orgl .z-; rc: * i-ssues.
.Austral-i-an FLYTNG sAucm Review is a NON-pRoFrr EDic.ATio:ir.. ?_:-:a-l:roN.
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(Abridged from "Natr-ire" , May 28, f 960. )

CO M M U N I C A T ] O N S FROM

SUPERIOR
GALACTICCOMMUN
ITIES
by k of .R . N . B R A C I i {E L L , F a d i o s c i - e n c e Laboratory,
St anf or d University, California (fornerly "
of
Com r nonw e a l t h S c i e n t i f i c & Industrial Research
O r ganis at i o n in tustralj-a ).

Sinc e M o r u i s o n a n d C o c c o n i p u b l i s h e d
. ( "Nat ur e" l-959) the suggestion that there ni-ght
be adv en c e d s o c i e t i e s elsewhere in the GaLax!,
s uper aor to ourselves in technological develop_
nent , wh o a r e , b e a m l n g t r a n s m i s s l o n s at us on i
frequen cy o f 1 r42 0 n9. / s . , Dr ak e has des c r i b e d equipment unoer construction to
look fo r su ch tran s nis s ions . The c onf ic ien c e , r " c d " a i " u to eommenea netssf obser-
vat ions is ba se d o n an opinion t hat planet s are u ti." form-
atior of stars. One ar gum ent am ong ot her s
JH:Lii,l"? i*." -tr'"-
i - s t h a t " osrttaorns- u Jo: p?" "ijp" "et c" itir a f iype rater
3lx""5t-ffii"ri:T
planet s .
iful 1"il"3:il::';i g8"l"l"
" of p l a n e t i i n 1J".,:t *, ""!-or
Of the t hous anc is of m ilf ions the Galaxy fikefy to be
situated.sin ilarly t o t he Ear t h in r elat ioir to tirei. star, it is hard."to dlsmiss
the po ssj-bilj-ty that s one hav e m or e adv anc e d c i v i f i s a t i o n s than ours. In vi_ew
of the acce lera tion wlt h whic h t ec hnolog) oevelops, advanceo s.ocietles could be
incredibly more ad v anc ed.

I V ouId n ot th ese ot her nor e adv anc ed s oc l e t i e s be d.oing what we ourselves


now dis cu sslng are
an d ar e on t he point of doi n g , probabLy o,uring thi_s century,
nanely-, se nd ing p robe_s t o near iy s t ar s . Their- expf oration a n d o t h e r s n r i r z i +r ,
w ould b e j-nte nse i n t heir . inm eoiat ely . ne- r g h t o " " i ; f i - p t a n e t a " y '; ; y ; ; 6
systems.
t heir in med j-ate n eighbour hood, it m ilir t bE f e a s r b i " - i o " tnen tL .p""y .o,o" r.,rr-
b er of su itab le star s r s ay one t hous and, with modest probes. Eaci piote would
be sent into cj-rcu lar or blt about ' one oi t h e t h o u s a n d s t a r s , uf-u oisiance
wit hin the h ab itab le z one_ of t enper at ur e. A r m o u r e d a g a i n s t 'm e t e o r i i e s
radiation and
da roa ge , and s t ellar power eo, t he p r o b e s c o u l d . c o n t a i n d u r 'a b I e r a d i o
transmitte rs fo r the pur pos e ol at t r ac t ing - t h e
attention of tech;;r;Aies such

. using th is p lan , our hy pot het ic al adv a n c e d n e i - g h b o u r s c o u l d l a y d o w n a


st ronger sig na l he r e t han t hey c ould wj- t h a n o m e - r i s e o transmitte""irurrciclpp"a-
by.lnver se squ are at t enuat ion ov er jnt er s t el t a r dlstances. They woulo also
e lilninate th eir de pendenc e on our ingenuit y in sel-ecting the rilirt
r ight star and the
wa ve -1e ng th.

F or th is .re ason we m ight bet t er


cevote ou r effo rts t o s c r ut lniz ing
our sola r systen for s lgns of pr o_
bes sent h ere b y our m or e adv anc ed
neighbo urs. fn thi s way we woul_d
be_effec tive ly p aying at t ent ion to
atr sta rs ca pa ble of r eac hing us .
We need n ot expe ct, howev er . - t hat
any con mun ity o the r t han t he near _
e st j- s try ing t o re ac h us . bec a us e
t he supe rior co mrnu nit ies t f . r ous h-
out _the Ga laxy are pr obably aliea-
oy linked tog eth er int o an ex is t _
i ng Galaxy-wld e ch ain of c om m uni-
cation. The y wj-ll ac t in c onc er t
a nd avoid d up lica tion in s ear c h-
lng. Our inp en din g c onr ac t c an_ RONIID BRACEWELL, licrutd vith o rcdio fn'lclr;op A. dcctgrEd of
not be expe cte d to be t he f ir s t
Stonlod Unfucrsity, Calilonia, sols p*, cspcialfi rdb otrctcul
shoud ba listcning {or mcssrlrr hr lings oa otf,or pforctr.
of it s ki n d ; rather it w1ll be our inciuctron
int o t he c h a i n o f s u p e r i o r communities, who
hav e had l o n g e x p e r i e n c e in effecting contacts
v uit h er o e r g i n g c o m m u n i t i e s lire ours.

Slnc einterstellar t r 'a n s f e r of materlal


fhinoc timo-nnr , - - r s u m i n g ,
iq and transler of in-
f or r nat . i o n i s i n a r L y e v e n t m o r e i m l , o r t a n t , it
would be c o m n e n s [ r a t e wlth the effort of deli-
rrcnino r m=fanirl nnnhe inf^ qnlrr qrrqf.cm
r er yr
^lln
i f the ver I f j pqf nnnl^a oa-' tlrta j neo a
nr r it c c l e l - o n : t c ctOre of informatiOn anO a
c onplex c o m p u t e r ', s o t h a t i t c o u l o n o t o n l y
,Jct,ec+ o,:r nr F s F nne t
tr
v u vr i enr r l r i
vvu F ts ^ C onv er .Se
wi t h us . Srrch a probe ma.y be he-re now ! i n ou.r
c nl on c r r o+ a m / Fn \ t -' , i -r *a ro l ' ^ i #a , . ra c a rn a

k nown t o u s . For this purpose a radio trans-


m it t er woulo seem essential. On what wave-
ra--*L ;+ +-oncnif ,n^ h^rrr .tou]o
--^,,r^ u t ofls we
dec oCe i t s signal? To ensure use of a wave-
I ensth that c nr r l d l ^ot,h nenei nat c nr r f i onoS-
pher e an c l b e i n a band certain to be il use,
t he pr ot .e c o u L o f i r 's t Iisten for oul. signaLs
'].,q n rlin
,n. thon FAn a r + tL r lhqoum r rur,a
c , i +n ai t
L u o L A. r u f u- ^h^ -
would na v e t h e al.pearance of e c h o e s h a v l -nI6g
1 Io f
d e --
I o t'd c annnnd mi nrrt-^c u.t +Ii i n +r ' .'^ ^ h - n^^ L"
^f ^n rcur vr ^r h
r .c rf,Ar6 r a n ^ n +6 ^
u su u r r f,L r J Jco L - o6u uJ Ste fm e f

and va n d er Po l a nd nev er ex plained

T o nctif,y the pr obe t h3t we had r r ear o i t , we woulo repeat back to jt once
again. ft wou l-d t hen k now t hat it was i n t o u c h w i t h u s . nfter some routine
t ests to g ua rd a 6ains t ac c ioent , ano t o t e s t odr sensitivity and band-widtn,
it wou lo be gin its m es s age, l' J iLh f ur t her occasional iilterrogation to ensure
t hat it h ao no t s et bef ow our hor iz on. Shoulo we be surprised if the beginn-
ing of its me ssag e wef e a t e, ev i s ion im a g e o f a c o l t s t e l l - a t i o n ?

If in tellig en l lif e does dev eloF on o t n e : I i x e l y sJstems at tne same tempo


as ours h as de ve - loped, and if s one s i] per j o r community has not nade contact witr:
us' it ma y simpl-y be t hat t he m oi' t alit y - r at e for advanced civilizatj-on 1s top
high fo r th en to bec om e abundant . in t he G a l a x y .

E ve r in the e v ent of t ec hnolc gy t eing rare, rhe.re i s, horxever, the possit.i-


I ity o f a cha in ex is t lng. Thus , in a G a l a x y s u p t r , o r t l n g o n l y o n e t h o u s a n d
super ior commu nities wit h br ' ief ex pec t at io n of life, there may be some col.inun-
ities th at ha ve a c hiev ed dur abilit y , ev e n q u a s i - p e r m a n e n c e , perhaps by gaining
contro l ol the ci r c um s t anc es t hat lead t o s h o r t a v e r a g e l i f e - t i r n e s . Ai-ded by
acciden tal pro xiro lt y due t o r andom s pac in g , some of these could be in contact.
P resurna bly such an anc ient as s oc iat ion woul-d be very able j-ndeed technicalLy,
and migh t se ek us out by s pec ial m eans th a t w e c a m o t guess.

Whe the r th ey would be int er es t ed in r u d i m e n t a r y societies which, in their


experie nce, wo uld us ually har ie bur nt t he n s e l v e s out before they could be locateo
and r ea ch ed , is h ar d t o s ay .

AN APOLOGY
T he Co -Edito rs r egr et t hat t his is s ue i s p u b l i s h e d behind schedule. Inevlt-
able d ela y ha s re s ult ec l f r or n t he r e- or gan i s a t i o n of this Magazine due to the
anqlgamatio n of U FO gr oups in t he t hr ee c a p i t a l cities of Austrafia - Sydney,
Melbou rne a nd Bri s bane. ( See page l) f or f u l l details.)
BICK NUI\tsMS.
--ilE e
T6 TTowin g bac k num ber s ar e av ailab l e at 2/- or lO cents :er coriy: Vor.l
No-.l-- f e atu rlng the Rev . G ill ' s New ( r uine a u F o s i g h t i r g s , L i f e c c l t {a : s , e t c .
v9 L. r r..No .2 f e atu r ing Aus t r alia! Air For c e c o v g r - u p _ s f . _ N _ e , r, l - i : e : i . v e s t i g a -
t ions , "Cosmic Sh lp" c r as h s lq . Renj- t t o A u s t r a l i a n t Fi,YIIr' S; jCnR Feview, -
P . O . Bo x J2 , To or - ak , Vic t or ia, I us t r alia.
Alaaail.t bnBtrcy, a lntr!.! ror,ortlrt rla rr.tt.!, lroclyoil lrtGnrtloul
Dqbltoltt ln h.rohr 1959 for t1r rcorlc glt,r .ryluatlon ot tlc Etb.sL!
bt or. 5... l. L IrOr of ltatorl.ra r1!rl8g IhBccr Bcrceroh gooloty rruto
to Erzertacy, .*tra tf tr txo oDll:lo! o3 gorl.t roi.Btt.ta, aryorlor Dolljr
.!. vt.1tb3 thc r.fib. Elr rtptt 1. Go!td!.{ lD tbl. Ifd,ugtrvl Gttol..

DID ANCIENTSMEETSPACEMEN
?
by ALEXANDER zuZXNTSEV

Quj-te a n umb er of ar gum ent s ar e i: eing ad v a n c e d . t o d a y j - n f a v o u r o f t h e t h e o r y


t hat _thinkj-n g be ing s f r om ot her wor f ds [ av e a ] - r e a a y v l s i t e o our pfanei. Take
t he_T ungus,explo sio n, f or ins t anc e. The I at e s t expedition to th-e site of that
e xplosj-on d iscovere d_ in t he age. lay er s of t h e t r e e i d.ating back to llOB (when
t h e explosio n too k plac e) s uc h is ot opes as S t r o n t i u n - ! O aio Carbon-I4 which
c ould have b ee n forro ed in s uc h quant it ies only during a nuclear explosion and,
i t is very p ossib le, dur lng t he ex plos ion of L space ship
f t is po ssible th at t he Ear t h was v is it ed by unknown cosmonauts back in the
d ays of an tiqu ity. Ther e ar e r ef er enc es to the Bible whlch can be interpreteo
. i n a new way if o ne bear s 1n nind t he f ac t t h a t t h e v i s i t of cosmonauts misht
h ave lef t a trace in t he m em or les of peoples , in their r " g u t r a . - ; ; ; - ; ; ; i " t r l - t o o t =,
o ne of wh ich ls the Bible -'
( s ee G enes is 6: 2 & 4 , 5 : 2 4 , I 1 :LZ"& jO,Hebrews irtlj-.-
T he So vle t scre nti s f As neqt ^. t he bas is o f a c o m p a r i s o n b e t w e e n t n e o e s _
c ription of the a ".i"""t i3""J i' s J oor ano G o n o r r a h , and. that of Hiroshima and
N agasakit assu mes that Sodon and G om om ah w e r e O e s t r o y e d b y n u c l e a r weapons
w hich for so me re ason t he newc om er s - t he e o s m o n a r r t c , w e r e f o r c e d t o u s e .
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Por hrnc
rsrrldPE r rfinrri--
r11ur!6 *"^--^i-^--.:-:-;:
u h em se l- ve s in a h o p e le ss s i -tuati on, they coul d not i n any other
w ay s olv e the conf]lct with th e le a d e r s o f the sl av6h^rdi na onai a*-, +L,
found on Earth. whatever.the case nay have been, .h"to*:"tlid":"t:::otl3-r13"{"",
p a rt of the po pu latio n ( Lot , his f am ily and f r i e n d s ) of the iecessity of evacu-
a t ing f rom the p lace af f ec t eo by t he r adiat ion , speaks of their hunai.eness.
ft see ns to n e that one Can int er nr et eer t e . i n nrnnftssles in the ReVelatlon
o f S a i n t . T o h n th e T ).i vi n e .rl e sn n " i l .i..vgftr yfvF
vlew(Rev_.
):1,2,j,;l;13:t,le;:;l?b51rtn"i"""$J.ttrti""
J""""ti"'
i"1"'"i#"rf""Ti"ff"
;! ll;?i"]':: """f":l i,n:?nl;: {":l'":l?;.:, -w#:":iir:: i :H.ei,,;:j ";:3i:""u
( R ev.9: 2) an d of the - s ubs eqLr ent r adiat ioni h i c h i s f i g u r a t i v" ty c"i:
alled. by the
p o et t he rrlocusts" ( Rev . 9: J 14r J 16) . The im a g e 1 s n o t o n f y p o " [ i c , but aiso
p r ecise. Rad iatio n,spr eads t at ally t ik e t he I o c u s t s , and ,,it was commanded
t h e m t hat th ey sho uld not hult t he gr as s of t h e e a r t h . . b u t onfy those men..."

_ I t i! q uite po ssible , t liat t his f or ec as t has its roots in ancient legenos


d a ting b ack to the ti m e when t he Ear t h was v i s i t e o by cosmonauts from other
w orl-ds, be are rs of a high c iv lt iz at ion, who w e r e a c q 'u a i n t e o w i t h a t o m i c e n e r g y
a n d the dan ge r it canied f or t he ex is t enc e of a eoiiety of thinking berngs.
Fo r eseeing the futu re t lev eiopm ent of bhe c iv l l - i z a t i o r r o i p e o p l e o n i a r t h , *w h o
w ould inevitab ly p oss es s t he s ec r et of at c nj.c e n e r g y o n e a a y ,
t n e cosnona ut6 , the newc om er a, war neo m ank in d o f i t i possibie
ru i n if th e be ast wer e f et out of bhe ilbot t om l , e s s p i t n , that
i e if peo ple g ave fl.e e play t o t he c r uelt y of man io intol_
er anc e, t o ennit y f or th e s a k e o f w h i c h
t hey wer e r eady t o ue. e a n y n e a n e r l v h a t -
ev er , ev en nuc l- ear . It is posgible
t hat t his wis e war nine o f i h e r e n n e
tatives or a highei'l,T"iitl;i; i:3::"'"-
Wh O r - iSlte O .$ a r th .i i n :nti nrri t-r I rrgd
9n in the tegenc. ;i ;;';';J"piJ.'"'"a
f ound it s poet ic c aut lon i n g embodineat
lDlctt rdtllsr {'crl in t he Rev ef at ion c f Sa i _ n t J o h n t h e
.l r!,too vt.ltor.
PftJiEltr3?mins doon to us as part of
O ne c an f ind a t,.:::_.9f likely visit to Earth by cos_
m onaut s in t he lege n o s o f| h en a n y p e b p l e s , and certain"rnat_
er lal m onunent s ha v e r e r n a i n e d - , - r s i i . e B a a l - b e t r
j- n t he Ant i- Lebanon, Verandah
the structures o.f the "Tltans,,in
v ar ious nount ain lo c a f i t i e s of Earth, the mysteriorrs
lines and f igur es of . llght r o c k i n b a *e n ;".;;;;i;-;laces
ex t en< ling f or m lles i n S o u t h . A m e r i c a , a n d f i n a f f y ,
i
c lif f dr awing m eas u r i n g 2 o f e e t w h l c h h a s b e e n p i 3 " u r -
v ed ln t he Sahar a f r o r n t h e 6 t h t o
/th millenium befole
our er a. , Vhen t he m a n o f t o o a y l o o k s a t t h e c o p y
of this
dr awing on dis play in the l,ouvie in paris, tre rbaoii.y
r ec ogniz es t he "nan i n t h e s p a c e s u l t ', .
The ev idenc c of t he S p a n i s h c o n q u i s t a q o r e s who exLermrna_
t ec t he r nc as and d e s t r o y e d theiir ancient state which,
ac c or d. ing t o I egend , w a s o r g a n i s e d b y t h e , 's o n s o i - t t l a v e n , ,
on pr inc iples v er y m u c h r e s e m b l i n g our conmunlst ones
t oday , is m os t lnt er e s t i n g . For instance, there was no
pr iv at e. pr oper t y in t h i s state, the ireopr; jid iol-"t"ruu
f or r j- c hes , t hey dl d n o ! t r e a s u r e goio,-all wcre ofiig"o
t o wor k and t o r ec e r v e bread wltnoit paying for it.
, r f n c a , ' The
r uled by t : r e leader wnb frJa been lett
: t p! u, was
Denlno J r c n am onE th e s o n s o f H e a v e n a n o w a s a w a i L i n g
t net r r et it r n. He o i o n o t r a v e r h e r i g h t 1o" couLo-"Et:)
lrclont crv. Dalottls 1r l;,1i":{.,':{^I:':i
which gl9^eicept his own sister,
31_Earth:.+o iiir"i""i"bi;i";l;"i':;;'_
mlv speax or his-pos"ilij
Xhborleln, t.A. 1, araoa :ni srt j l"r.
vlrltol t! D.b.t?

rnonauts or otherl:"y:lii-3f,";l;:"";"?:i;'i:ffi:r;i"1;i:li i:"::ill":i";;:-"


of s uc h a v l s i t. Are n o r w e , boo, pl annrng to vi si t
? :":* l i -1 i! y
l-n lne ve ry near futur e?
other nraners ur as r f l ufr L uD

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ANGETSAIE MEN FTOr| s?ACG


Th e ideas of x le x a n d e r Ka z a n ts e rl .th a | angel s
c o rro b o r at ion are men from space fi no seri ous
in t h e B i b l e . Ic c o rd i n g to GE nesrs-
at . t l, r e gat e o r s o d o n t; h i ; t# " ;-,' ;;;" ;;;" ' i n., 1911 not too.r. i r.e-l w o angets
lu:.i
n l:le a vened br ead, a rd th e y d i d u " t:l _ a reast, and d1d bake
g u t ;;co;;;g" ao di " ti onary
e th e re a l b e i n g s . ci efi ni ti ons
;:F;.:":;" 0: l#: : " " r , AngeJ-sw rro-ate w i th Lot Loul d_not have

Re v. H. W ippiec h t o f.C o b a l t, C a n a d a ,
th a t th e B ibr e' s d e s c ri p ti o n (J g ronto D arl y.S tar,Jan.5,1960) says
o r-a n g e ri i i tt" d-;l rt" i l i gent bei ngs' r from other
pl a n e ts. r n t he o ro te i ta m e n i -t;;;e
re g u l a rry v is it t he e a rth rro m ti te s k J" n, y srtteri ouu--rl i = " rrg" rs,, w ere sai d to
ra o..-o" " uJron actuarl y i ntermarri ed
Tl bei- ngs ' T h e a n g e l s w rro n a i ' ri e a earttr-w oi en coul d
" nlel --!:-"
a Ve n- Lys pir it s , ' . not have been
A f fredo de Fen drica's c ont em por ar y phot ogr ap l r of a sky phenomenon at Fatina

SKY PHTNOT{ENON
A? FATIMA

A bout n oo n a b righ t dis c , t ak en by m any f o r t h e s u n , a p p e a r e d i n z e n i - t h i n


a hlrro nr+^h
vo ulrr u ^f r
+l
u lle s k y on a r ainy day _ at F a t i n a , portugar on october rr,
I 9 I7- I t co uld no t hav e been t he s ur ibec aus e th6 eyewitne-cses looked at it
w i thout b ein g da zzled .

glob e mad e ab r upt , nov em ent s , c as t ing beams j-n a fantastic aryay of
-T he
c o l-our on the gro un ci . Af t er t hr ee or f our m i n u t e s t h e d i s c s t o p p e d t6eo
resu med its n ov em ent s .
! 8 a in Then a t hir d " d a n c e i n t h e s t c y 'i , i i a - t t r e" L d .a i s c
b e gan t o p lun ge up on t he c r owd in a, z j. g- z ag r n a n n e r c a u s i - n g i r o *e n s e p u t i " .
i Vaves of he at came fr om t he. globe of _s uc h f n t e n s i t y that iet c l o t h e 's - [ o t d.ry.
Af t er t his the 'rsu n' s t opped s hor t of it s f a l l and- clinbed. back to th! placL
i n t he sky whe re 1 t had iir s t appear ed.

Dr. Alne ida Ga rrete, hof es s or at t he uni v e r s i t y of coi_mbrar writes:


rr. . . t he rad ian t 'sun ' had pier c ed t he t hic k curtaiir of clouds iiricn held. it
v e il-eal . ,r n-yqe 1f tri eq t o look s t r aighb at i t , and. saw it looking:_itre a
w ell-def ined d isc. br ight but not uliioing. I 'h e a r d people a"ooot
@ ."
-orpariog
6.

:
1r.,.,,,, i .Alphonso Lopes i/ieera., the poet, watch-
ed t h e p h e n o m e n o n f r o m S a o p e d r o d e r
Muel, thirty niles from the vitlage of
Fatima.
1
j "I n a s s u r p r l s e d and charned by a
' spectacle in the sky, truly astound-
in g , f o r n e e n t i r e l y unheard of,
I wh i c h f w i t n e s s e d from this b a l c o q y r 'r
, ... said Vieira.

I Ye t n o t h i n g unusual was seen in the


i sky in other parts of Europe on thar
] da y . The phenonenon was confineo to
j an a r e a o f s o m e ) O m i l e s j _ n d i a m e t e r .
j Th e d i s c m u s t h a v e b e e n b u t a f e w t h o u -
i sanci feet, or at nost a few miles.
grpfii tt r*r* r*ohrag paaauraoal ab o v e P o r t u g a I .

re p1 y to a quer y r eg_ar ding t he Fat in a phenonenon made from nustraria


-^. Jt in
12a9t Si" Ha rold Spenc er iones , As t r o^nom e r R b y a l , made the followin[-staterent,
"T here a re n o astrononic al r ec or ds of t he p n e i r o m 6 n a - m e n t i o n e d . . . ttof,hing unusual
w as observed o n Oc t ober ) , t , I ) I Z in Eng1a n 6 . . "
H owever, it is undenlable t hat ov er t h e v i l l a g e of Fatirna, portugal,
ast onish i-ng an
spe cta c le in t he s k y did t ak e p l a c e E n i n " t day, as our photo_
graphs- su gg est. T he pear l- gr ey - globe dr o p p e d r r o n z l n l t h to horizon and
t hen climb eo b ack t o it s or iginaf pos it ioi- . The lower ohoto re.or.ta.i
rrfafl' , the
object in its
THE TIME TIACHINE
' it t hen H. G . W ell- s wr o t e his famous story in fB!! the TIME
H3".'Y";:""il:
*::o:'H,;"ii?lilfu
age, doing
.fl:ii:i8ffi:;:,':.*i;"i.
t hings ano b e l i e v l n g things that oen now cannot
under s t and. . .'l

W h en Dr. Albe rt Eins t ein put f or t h his t h e o r y of rela_


t lvit yr- sh atte ring F. . l c ont em por ar y c onc e p t s o f s p a c e a n d
t ine, the rrwiser agc , ' of whic h H. G . . er / el- l s -
spoke, ias
ushered in anidst butchery of woi:_o \fuar I.
"n" "1r'-pid
-A cco rdin g to E ins t ein t he wor ld was c o m p o s e d n o t o f
point s, a s it ha d been t hought bef or e, bu t o f e v e n t s . If
a polnt l-a cks p osi- t ion in t ine, j_t does n o t e x i s j t . Be_
sides th e thre e d im ens ions of lengt h, br e a d . t h a n o t h i c k _
ness, the re was a not her one of TI I { E.

E i-nste in said t he pas s age of t ine v ar ie d w i t h t h e


speed of a bo dy. Ear t h t im e was only wha t w e r o a d e i t
because o f th e speed of Ear t h t hr ough s pa c e . The solar
system a ncl Earth t r av el ar ound t he c ent r e of the Milky
W ay Ga1 ary on ce i_ n about 2O O m ij_lion y ear s . In an atom
electron s traverse t helr or bit s Z, O O O m i]I i o n tlnes in
one-mlllio nth o f a s ec ond, ac c or ding to some estimates. ft can be seen from
this h ow re lati-ve t he m c ani ng nf f . i m e is .

!". :1 . Vo dg ore ts k y and hi- s t ean at Dub n a , A t o n i c Centre in Russia have aI-
ready b lue prin ts of a Tir ne M ac hlne. If a man in a rocket could be shot into
space a t IBOTOOO n iles an hour he c oulo r e t u r n to earth BO vears later ha\rino
agect o nly ,_ 9"y hi m s et f . At t hat s peec i _ t l m e w o u r d p ; ; ; ; ; " " " '; i ; *i ; " i ; " 1 ; ; " "
space tra ve ller than f or people on bar t h.

f f th e ro cketrs s peed c ould be inc r eas e d , the man could leap farther i_nto
the fu ture with ou t hi- ns elf ageing nuc h m o r e . O n e c a n a l m o s t i 'm a g i n e - - i l c n a
space-tlme tra ve ller s ay ing lik e this:
"adieu" "See you tomogoi in the 21st
century I'r

B ut whe n h e co nes bac k , one day - older , he wj-Il fj-no sorne of us under grave-
yard s ton es an d other s , in t he wor ds of sh a k e s p e a r e : "sans teeth, sans eyes,
sans taste, san s e v er y t hing. . . t t

T he Time Machin e nay alr eady be a r eality on another planet in the ocean of
space an d spa ce sh ips m ay be t r av eiling b e t w e e n s o l - a r s y i t e *s with a speed
approachin g tha t o f light .

Timemochineneorerreoli
$ffiglnt faoes at tr'otarut lunch MANY SEE
Flying saucers...l MYSTERY
OBJECT
believe in them, A mysterious bluey-white object
floshed ocross the sky obove Sydney
lost night.

declares lUlr.Fulton Many

graph
people

to report
object and to try
tele-
phoned the Daily Tele-

nnd out its identity.


the
Fqe
IIc srid hl! mcmbers
vatching the sky
tbout 6.30 for tn Amcri-
can navigation satelllte
tluc lo pass ovar the cast-
arn half of Australia.
Officials at the GoverD- This satellite would not
ment Observatory were have been visible to the
unable to identify the oo- naked eye,
Itr[.
Mr. G. Patston, head oI "Meteorite"
the Belfleld satelliie People at Kensington,
wrtching station. also was Kinssford. Narrabeen,
hnible to identify the ob- North Narrabeen, Queens-
mL clifi and Balgowleh report-
'DAllYIEt.,Ju/y /, OOo ed seeing the bluey white
obiect.
-A West Ryila rcsidcnt

a'ffj"-u:",f,inE roRIrtER
t'ure"
ha&F much
brsr nDclr mor.
more CIADIRECToR
clrartt ln
aboirt ln tl!
i.h. SAYS I wllllrlll
rcDotteal selng
eoritc."
The blue-white
a "mct-

object,

rirTttuGENI
utos UNDIR coNIRot some people
rcular in shape.
Crrcular
said,
shape.
obiect appeared
The object app
was

to

frloiority
1{ICAP Conclude ory
0biectsInferplonef hover in the sky for a few

$t0tT
seconds aboui ?.10 P.m. be-
movins sutrnwarqs.
fore movlng
lore n suthwards.
In his first public opinion on the nailre Mrs. J. Hunter of Narra-
Mrs-
of UFos, Vice Adm. R. H. Hillenkoetter, been sald she hed taken
sme scraps into the back-
former head of the Cenual Intelligence yud atter cleaning uP the

It{Tl|t
Agency, has stated that the "unknown ;linher dishes
dimer dishPs when
when sw9v the
objects are operating under intelligent ob.{ift'nrrrr"a
control." speaking as a NICAP Board "It flashed acr*
acrN the
the
Bky and was gone before I
member. Adm. Hillenkoetter said it was
could get a g@d l@k" she
high time the secrcy was ended.
said.

sff
"It is imperative," he said, "that we
Mr. George Morrls ol
learn where the UFos ome from and North Narraben was driv-
what rheir purpose is." Commenting on ing his car along Mona
official sighting reports in world wa r lI and Vale Il,oad towards Narra-
the years immediately afterward when he been when he saw the ob-
Ject.
headed the CIA, he added: "I know rhat it must haYe
"I thought
neither Russia nor this country had any-
been a satellite" he said.
thing even approaching such high speeds Mr. Iuorris and
Both
and maneuvers." Hush Hunt, of Queensclifi,
Also for the first time, the majority said the object appeared
opinion of the Board and Special Advisers to hover in the sky for a
few scconds before moving
has now been released: suln.
The mknown devices reported by re- So did Mrs. J. Taylor
liable observers are intelligently con- Vice 4dm. Roscoe H. [Iillenkoeltel
Kingsford: she said the
trolled machines from outer space. obFct sLopped for at least
r ^ r r cr rF inI thre or four seconds.
Joining in this opinion were thefollow- Fr p p m r n n. Fr a n k
rng: Halstad, for 25 yars curator of Darling
Board members: Dr. Marcus Bach, O bs er v ator y ; D r . Les l i e Kaebur n, c hi ef
Rev. Albert Baller, Mr. Frank Edwards, of bio-electronics. fniv. ofsouthern Cali-
fornla; Prof. N. N. Kohanowkski,Univ. of
Shy Obiect
Col. R. B. Emerson, Rear Adm. H. B.
Knowles, Prof. Charles A. Maney. Special
Advisers: NormanBean, chief of engineer-
N. Dakota; Capt. R. B. McLaughlin, Navy
missile expert, and capt. w. B. Nash,
Mystery
ing, WTVJ, Miami; Albert M. Chop, former Pan American Airwavs. ROMB July 19
AF information official on UFOS; A. L. (A.A.P.).-Mllitery
t
Cochran, electronics expert;
t..ttt.tt!@rtra a!@aatattt
Samuel
T XE uF o l x YEs r l c AT oR 'r l l Y'l t6o'

JJtaaaaaaaragaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa aataaaraaar.a.a aa
screens deleled an
identlfied object s lt
E
lravellcd at 12,500 mlls
* COILEGE WItt STUDY FI.YING SAUCERS an hour ecffis lhe sky
over northem ltaly last
nighL
@t,o No*tHeRu has become the Hmdreds ol ltrllus
world's 6rst university formally to undertake a study of flying saucers. mtched tte oblcct s ll
!fterled crC to rest. lerY-
The university will mobilize the fuil abilities of its faculty to gather, hg r I[mltrou tnll.
correlate and evaluate ail possible reports on flying saucers. Vhen the twllt ry ndrr crpcras
information has been studied thoroughly, the university will make known mld lt ras oblong shaped
snd ru:pcslod ll ould bc
its findings to any interested individual or organization. a mhllc or rckel bcsnc
Thc 5rrr, Wrficsdoy, ef lts Derfrclly 6lr.hht
JttxE t, tt60 G, Y . 1960
U N D E R S TA N D IN MA reuta.
Professor t t.rrross
4+-ton o

Spaceship SPACE
ROBOT
In Orbit
MOSCOW,May 15 (A.A.P.-
EYE
HAVE
ONUS
Reuter).- Russiatoday hurled
a 4l-ton spaceshipsatelliteinto
orbiL
It carrier a dummy and all the'food
and equipmcnt the 6rrt rpacc cxplorer L0tll0f,, $al.-f,obot vebicleshon
would nced, but b not derignad to outer spacealready had beensenl b
rrturn to cerlh intact.
scan Ih earlh<r soonrodd be-ar
llo Sydncy AR,.WAOLLEY
iloningHeraH,
Safurdry,
il.y f6, f960
"utter bilge." American scienceprolessorsaid this
i week.
S ci enti sts shoul d of it ln flve years."

Science Writer ^Says make a full-scale sky


search to
them, he said.
discover
Dr. Woolley

planets were s
able thBt there
ssid
surfaces of the moon snd
lhe

inhosplt-
wB no

SpaceTraael Not 'Bilge' Ttre Drofessor. Proles$r ouestion


'But of livinc on them. I
Bracew6U, of Stanlord other experts dts-l
Unlversity, California, ls agree
visltlng Britain. They point out th8t the I
He was replying to Brl- univers consisb of the I
LONDON, lune 76. - The Astronomer Royal (Dr. tain's Astrorcmer Royal, !6me types of atoms s i
the earth. !
Richoril Yan Dei Riet Woollq) rlas criticiseil nday by the Dr. Richard Van Der Riet Ihe s rldns sultl
WooUey.
"Daily Erprecs" tcience uriter Chapman Pincher lor his e*. Dr. wmllcy elrt thls @mc to lllc
hrtlc
undct
cotrdltloc
cd'
lllc
pre*ed tsietot on space ttaoel. wcck thrt sp&c trrvcl th@ which one Gxlst-
ws "uttr btEc." cd on adh,
Dr. Wmlley ws Prcfes-
sor ol Asironomy &t the
Australi&n National Unl- Not occepted
versity before returning to
England iour years ago. However, rew repgtablc
Despite Dr. Wmlley's *ienlists are willing to
statement. more sientisul acceDt claims of Pople
than ever now think flying who have *en "glant sll-
saucersare a distinct pos- ver disks" spinning in the
sibility. sLv.
One l es dl ng Br i ti s h ReDutable sclentists,
science writer sumed up thouih. do believe inter-
the_general view when he olanetary travel is PNible
se l d : ind thai the world has
"If Dr. W@lley keeps his auiDment to detec! 8P*e
Dresent bilse view h ciaft or their sign&Is.
I Mr. Plncher replled ln Bn inight b the sole holder Sirdat f.IcOravh Scftrca
I srticle lD tJle "D8llv Ex-
I oress." ln whlch he sld: "I
| lBv thet to stav oD tlt SUNDAYfEIEGRAPH, 19, I9O
I cr6und, Dr. w@lley l! ln
I dmger ot ondtng htmsll 'UNE
i rhe sle bolda ol thls beuel
I Ovc vearg lrom now.
| "PierfomreG of Rulrlrn Sky'Triangle'
Spaceship
PIONEERV NEAB SUN
lsaMyslery
Madrid, May 23, 1960 (Reuters)
A my6trious triangular object
larly 1[ Au8rst, 1960, U. S. was sighted Sunday by astrono-
Plonccr V, 95-lb. oatcllltc mers at an observatory at Palma
on the Spanish island of Maiorca,
rar 7g nlIllon uller fro it was announced today. The ob-
tbc aun, olorer to VcButr ject sDun on its own axis without
deviating from its path and ap-
ortlt th.' a,!y [attaalc ob- peared about the size of a
J.ct bar cvr ca. before. quarter.moon- It was seen lor
Plorccr V haa bcea lctlroBal- two minutes. The observatory
said it could not have btrn the
lltg to ra<llo oocliil frq Soviet space ship satellite, since
..rth sDd flaah:lag baoE ilata. it was traveling east-southeastto
west-northwest. Its vel@ity, slti-
Dr. coorgp X. llucller, ltr tud and lack of noise or tail
dcolgBet, 1s plaltrlng to ruled out its being a jet aircraft
probc a plaDct orbltlag Alpha or a balloon, the obserratory said.

Certaurl A-8, 4.9 Ugbt yts. frcar :DhtLY NEv/s",N.Y.


dl.tsrt. 'creJ;t Dr. R.E-D,cxnoff .
4i

ffi
#fr.rffiffi ji
t

$frUffiT
ra,

KA T O O M B A U F O C L ASSI C
On t-!e n igh t of J uly L6, ) - 9r ? a br ight oval object about half the size of the
moon, fle w over ts ' at oom ba, a m ount ain r es o r t 66 miies from sydney. rt-was
sight ed Py u". Jo! n_Hic k ey , a bus ines s m an , with his wife anb son. T -hger ocurnadf .t
had t wo ho rizo nta l- beam s and t wo nauower ones pointing towards the
T here was a lso a s naller light going on a n d o f f . Tne object was bluish in
corour an d ga ve o f f a v apoui. with a roar and. stopped in mid-
air in th e n orth -ea s t , at about J O " ibov e h o r i z o n , for slx ninutes when the
sound cea se d. - t ^gnlr oac he d .
F or fo ur con se c ut lv e night s t he Blue M o u n t a i n s w e r e t h e s c e n e o f s i g h t l n g s
t he sky. Th e at t em pt t o at t r ibut e to the star C o ;nrr;r s A n h p n n m o n ^ n . s u c h a s
-i-n -ob ject - aalr; r; ';
H ickev's fa it ed. - bec aus e t he objec t w a s h a l f ;;";;;";;;n and in
diametrica lly o pp os it e por t ion of t he s x y f r o n C a n o p u s . ft came with a roar
sinif ar to tha t o f a jet . Ther e wer e no h e l i c o p t e r i in the l-ocalj-ty at the tine.
Frank W alf or d, aut hor , f or m e r M a y o r o f
Ka t oom ba and a t r ained Ar n y e x p e r t on
ma ps s t at eo. at t he t lne: "The ob.iect

fofitm whic h f ( and hundr eds of o t h e r s ) i a w


was neit her a s t ar , planet or meteor-

illt*il?# R.A. X. I ' . jet s wer e aler t ed. Evening


n ew s paper s c am e out wit h h e a d f i n e s and

Ftrffift street pos t er s ' TRAAF 1, 0 ST A N D B y -


F-LYING SAUCER HUNT" and "TOWN AWAITS
FLY I NG SAUCER" phot ogr aphic a l l . y repro-
d uceo. on t his page. Thi- s m a d e - A u s t r a _
J_t_a- I 9ao. enews .
h T ednesda y, Ju Iy 1/ ,
-: > 7, B Lu e Ulo un tain s
: ? aro S ta tion 2Kr[
: : cioed to fea ture
: : ckey' s sig htin g a nd
3 erounced a t 8 . jO p .n.
: h at it wo uld be a t
; . 00.

I n nediately a woma n
c alleo up a nd con fir-
n ed Mr. Hicke y's
o bservati- o ns the
ni oh t tro f nra and

s aid that th e sa me
o biect was in IE6-
s k y agaln .

- A c cording to th e rad io
a nnouncer "th is was a
g olden op po rtun ity,
(atooilt^
o nce and for aII, of axD l.ty. toltT^Ry ?Ht Atr-
'ioft
u s i-ng radio to g et n ot jus t one or t wo wr t ne s s e s . but have a bulk mass of
s e veral th ou sa nd o bser v er s if t her e was s om e t h i n g really obvious in the sityl'

S o 2KA fad ed o ut t he nus ic and f l- as hec i o v e r t h e a i r t h a t a n o t r r e c t y ; 6 s


f l y ing overh ea d in Nor t h Kat oom ba. All lis t e n e r s *" " 1 iiiitJo^ i o 'i i o r . o"t
o f t heir wind ows an d door s . Fr om t hen on t h e " s h o w 'r w a s o n t h e h o u s e .

T he rad io sta tion 's phone was bus y r ec eiv in g l-isteners' reports. This
u n ique radio bro ad ca s t , pr obably t he only o n e o f i t s kind in the world,
e nabl-ed e ve ryo ne in t he Bl- ue l{ ount ains who b o t h e r e d t o l o o k , t o v e r i f y 't h e
a nnounc er 's word s .

T he Kato omb a ep iso de had a c ur ious as pec t . Three weeks prior to this
f-e ature, the Kato omb a Apex Cf ub had ex t eneed a w r i t t e n invilation for a UFO
I n v estigatj-o n Ce ntre 's lec t ur er f r om Sy dney t o b e p r e s e n t at their annual-

p.t! ot f,Ilgbt of rllclt .Ilal rtlvct? obJrot


ao.! flor toDo PolEt, frtocba bt tb.. cy.-
rltlcrorr o! JLly l8tb, Its?.
12.
dlnner on Juty 27 ano
deliver a talk oa
flying saucers. In
the neantine these
;fr;;;T;-;;-;;;;-
::r]::-:-:-:-E E:=::: t
ovei the Rlue Mount-
@
Sydne.y. Tnereupon
Sydney and Blue liloun-
tain paoers accused
lApex CJ_ub of stagj_ng
a hoax which \eas
officially d en ied . I n t ur n Apex Cl- ub wond e r e d j-f IIFO Investigation Centre had
i n ghy way 'rpre -ama nge< 1" t hes e ev ent s .
A t th e b an qu et M r . A. S. luc het t i, U. P. o s a i d 'r h e w a s d e l i g h t e d that a. secti-on
of his efe cto rate o f M ac quar i- e had been s e l e c t e d by the people from outer space
f or a v isit.rl
Mratever Katoomba sightj-ngs were - one shouLd be alert to the thought pro-
voking re alitie s in t his Spac e Age. "Keep y o u r e y e s o p e n " , s a i d M r . F r e d
P hillips, UFOIC lec t ur er , ! ' what is happenin g i n t h e s k l e s n o w m u s t h a v e s o r o e
si-gnificance for
al1 of us. "
l l Wc nla f an t n

place our faith in


the staternent of
na nnl a rrrh n lr q rro
qcen qnnethi no
vr. +40

rather than 1n those


who did not see any-
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followed by a blln-
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the Bl-ue Mountains.
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UFO'S- SERIOUSBUSTNESS
SAYS W.ASHTNGTON
In sp it e of it s pe ri o d i c d e n i a l s ^ .o f_ !f:^ " ? p tl t{ _9f
cbje cts, t he u. s . A ir tr' o rc e s ti ri -ma i n ta i n s uni denti fi ed fl yrng
are se ri o us bus ines s a s c a n b e s e e n _ fro r tnat i Itros or,,fryi ng saucers,,
f 4, I9 r9 and t he dir ectl v e i ;g ; i ;;i oi " zoo-z dated. septernber
." p " o 0 " " 6 o o n th i s page.
Th e d i rec t iv e is s u e d b y ri r
plain l y th at t he c onc e rn w i th u F o rc e rn s p e c to r Generar_to A i r Force
F o ' s i g h ti n g s states
fs t he objec t a th re a t to -th e d e fe n s e i s threefol d:
1.
z' D oes it c ont r ib u te to te c h n i c a f a n d ."i "of" i i i
the U .S .?
i"
t. What is going o n i n th e s k i e s ? know l edge?

so fa r t he ans wer to th e fi rs t q u e s ti o n i s ,' N o,r. r!_hgs been gi ven


A. F . D i re ct or of r nt erl i g e n c e c e n e r' a l ,r.1 . s arroi a' ro by
1952 i n theJe w ords:

Iarolftao
I]NIDENTIFIDD FLIING OE,ECTS (UFO)
I
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gawd pr[ilb.
I
I
0
E
Y
J U ne r960
200-2,publisheit hete lot r'.ka su'.,..M,lir Forcccomurm,.
14.
"Ther e h a s b e e n n o p a t t e r n that reveals any-
**t a** t hing r e m o t e l y like-purpose or remotely like
c ons ls t e n c y that we can in any way associate
wit h an y m e n a n c e t o t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s . "
sTR d N6ili
The ans w e r t o t i r e s e c o n d q u e s t i o n i s " Y , ! l S 'r .
The f ly in g saucer nade on earth may be
ins pir ed by numerous sightings of rrmot.ler-
s hips " w i t h s n a l l _ e r c r a f t .

B. O . n. C. Captain James Howard saw a large


c ir c uf ar craft with an escort of six smal_ler
ones ov e r I a b r a d o r in June, L9r4. At Oloron,
Fr anc e a h u g e c y l i n d r i c a l object was sighted
lJ y t r e with thirty snaller craft in October,
L952. It is assurned that in both cases the
8{t"rc.ri* s m all- er s h i p s w e r e l a u n c h e d f r o n t h e l a r g , e r
t:P4 *re h"q$*Fldl* rt r" ' rr"'d ::i c ar r ier .
*d*

The performance of unj_dentifi_ed flying


objec t s nay have contributed to technical
developnent by suggesting new trends in
av iat ion engineering.

T he re is n o d .ef init e ans leer t o t he t hi- r d q u e s t i o n except this - 't s o m e t h i - n g 'r


is goin g on j-n th e s k ies - ev en V/ as hingt on 's ski-es.
D ran atic sce ne s t ook plac e in t he - Air C o n t r o l C e n t r e i n Wa s h i n g t o n , D.C.
a f t er nid nig ht fron llt h t o 2O t h J une, l$! 2 . . - A n u m b e r o f I I F O 's w 6 r e
spotted
r ight o ve r th e rest r ic t ed ar ea of t he U. S . c a p i t a l .

_ B lips o n ra da r p e: : f or m ed inc r edible m an e o u v r e s . One object mad.e a ninety


degree turn , an oth er ac c el- er at ed f r on lJ O n i L e s t o l O O m i i e s p e r h o u r i n a b o u t
four secon ds. A rec or d s peed of lr 2O O nile s per hour lgas conputed for another
nystery craft.
Was hin gto n wa s buz z ed by t hes e unlcno?n air or pace ships for two .bours on
that no rne nto us nig ht . At t enpt s t o at t r i- bute the blips to heat inversion and
o t her ph en ome na did not s uc c eed. I n f ac t U.S. Air Force planes were scranbled
on severaf o ccasj_o ns .
JULY20, 1952rA3lt., D.c. RAOARSCOPE The phot ogr a p h below portrays a re-enacted scene
of of f ic er s watching the radarscope in lilashing-
t on. The c h a r t g i v e s t h e p o s i t i o n s of the
unk nown c r a f t o 'r e r Wa s h i n g t o n , D.C. Ul.Os flew
ov er t he C a p i - t a 1 a n d t h e l V h i t e H o u s e .

A - Appoehing UFO'S.
B - UFO'S over the White Hou* dd Capitol.
C - UFO's over AndH's Ai. Be$.
D - UFO folloes . .irliaer.
E - UFO n.tes .bnpt q) tm.

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U FO GROUPS
AUSTRATIAN
UNITE
T his issu e o f -Au s t r al- ian FLYM G
S AU CE R Review j-s the f ir s t t c be p: bi-
i s hed un de r th e a eg is of t he 1. F. 3.
o f Au str alia, a f r at e: nai
-A ssociat ion Sa u c e r R e s e a r c h B u r e a u , t h e U n i d e n t i -
union anai-gamating the Quee:rsj-aec liyttg
f i ed F Iyin g Otiects ilel' es : lEet ic a Cer t le : f N e r S o u t h Wa l e s a n d t h e V i c t o r i a n
F lying Sa ucer Re :ea r c h Soc ; - et . v .
In welcomi.B the ?ueer s ianc Fly i- lg Sauc e r - R e s e a r c . h B u r e a u t o p a r t n e r s h j - p
i n t he pro prie iorsrip c i t nis lagaz iae, t ne i o r n e r - E c i i t o r s wish to pay tri-
b ut e t o t'De fine * ""i on by t his No r t h e r n Group s19ce th-eir-incepti-on
1'.y:L956. The nen jol-nt"arEcli:or
r ieo appbi-ntea Uy wiLl be ltrr. Carf Lehnann
- e al.T.S.l..B.
iting former journal
s b.o has ren de red aiii iog"is heo s iiv ic e in t h e B u r e a u 's
,'LIGI]T'' .

T he me mbe r-so cie ties of t he As s oc iat ion wiLl retain their indiviilualityt
i nsof ar as e ach gro up will r enain r es pons ibt e for the formation of policy
w it hi-n its o wn ten i-t or j- a1 jur is d' ic t lon'
c om m on f unc t ions t such as the Production of this
I t is o nly 1n ce r t ain
tha t join t jur i- s dic t lon wiI l be e x e r c i s e d . H e r e i n is borne the
m agazine,
fruit of union.
With a total menbershiP of 45O
persons, the Associatlon is able
successfullY to launch an enter-
orise which would uncloubtedly en-
tail financial disaster to anY
one of the Parti-ciPating grouPs
attenpting it a1one.
In observing that the U.F.O.
Associatlon of Australia is the
first amalgamation of 1ts kind
in the worldr the Editors staunch-
ly believe that the lead-given bY
G H T'' Iirstrali-an Societies will be pron-
A NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBMS ''I, I
ptly enutated abroad, and that
The Queensland Flying, Saucer Research 0.r-.0. researchers may soon speak
B ureau ha s n ow g oin ec l t he I I FO As s oc ia- with a conmon voice in their
t ion of Au stra lla wit h t he v lew of struggle to disseninate tbe truth
prorooting UFO re se ar c h on a f ar wi- der of U.F.O. realitY.
basi-s tha n pre vio usly at t enpt ed.
W e realise th at u ni t y i- s s t r engt h and
a step forwa rd in t he r ight dir ec t iont
s o, to irn pro ve the c ir c ulat ion of t he
t r uth, we h ave ag reed t o am af ganat e
w i-th t he ,Au stra lian Fly ing Sauc er Rev i
i n an end ea vo ur to giv e our s ubs c r iber s
a better se rvice.
I f you a re alre ad y s ubs c r iber s t o t he
Review we wil-L return aqy unexpired
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for their sup po rt i n t he pas t and hope
that you will co ntin ue t o be wit h us
i n t he futu re.

eZ( 4/'*-aL Edj-tor ',Lisht "


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