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Xfiles: forget about the Cia, better Project 10073

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The XFiles declassified by the Cia (we talked about here: link) to celebrate the return on TV of X-Files, the cult tv series of the Nineties, did not convinced too much ufologists, who had already said to be indifferent to the return on television of Mulder and Scully.

If the ten documents made public these days are still interesting to understand the climate that exists with regard to the Ufo phenomenon in the years of “cold war”, according to many much more interesting are the over 10,000 files declassified in 1980.

The files relate to so-called “Project 10073” which over the years has been rebuilt online (link) by Ufos researcher John Greenwald Jr. It seems that many surprises can be found among them: experts of San Diego Union Tribune, for example, found five reports of Ufo sightseen above the Californian town between 1952 and 1966.

Sometimes the best way to divert attention is to expose in plain sight a bait: the 10 Cia Xfiles serving perhaps to this, to prevent the renewed interest in the Ufo phenomenon and the conspiracies, which the new X-Files series is further amplifying, ends up to find evidence of what Ufos are really, that are alien or terrestrial? Judge for yourself by looking at these 5 documents of “Project 10073”.

5 Ufo sightseeings above San Diego

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April 21, 1966 - Ufo seen in the early morning on Camp Pendleton and elsewhere, described as “solid, rounding shape, with one trailing edge”. Official conclusion: it was a meteor

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October 14, 1957 - Ufo spotted by Navy pilots who reported: “the object maintained a distance of 10 miles from the pursuing plane despite radical changes in speed reported: moving at a speed of more than one thousand miles per hour before disappearing. Official conclusions: possible weather balloon.

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September 11, 1961 - According to witnesses the Ufo can’t be just “imagination, sun or moon dogs, kite, blimper, hoax” or similar. No official conclusion, there were not enough information.

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May 13, 1952 - An Ufo was spotted by a member of the “Flying Saucer Sighting Club” over National City. The witness said to be convinced that it was “a starship under the control or guidance of an intelligent being from another planet”. Authorities were much less convinced and talked about a meteor.

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February 27, 1959 - An Ufo was observed by two pilots of the Navy near Oceanside and described as an object white, heart-shaped, similar to a plane that flew at a height of 60,000 feet above sea level, but apparently motionless with no tail or wings. Conclusion: possible weather balloon.

Tags: UFOs, Classified documents