SPECIAL RELEASE:AQUARIUS IS UFO PROJECT, SAYS NSAPARANET ALPHA 04/01 - No, this is not an
SPECIAL RELEASE:AQUARIUS IS UFO PROJECT, SAYS NSAPARANET ALPHA 04/01 -- No, this is not an April Fool joke. Nor, by the way, is it the full
extent of the Big Breakthrough. But its a good start.Citizens Against UFO Secrecy (CAUS) is reporting that the NSA has CONFIRMED thethat th
e US Air Force project code-named Aquarius is UFO-oriented. In theirlatest CAUS BULLETIN, editors Barry Greenwood and Lawrence Fawcett state
thefollowing:<< One of our members, Clifford Stone, received copies of letters sent toSenators John Glenn and Peter Domenici affirming th
at this was so. Stonerequested the assistance of the Senators when the NSA became balky atresponding to his requests on Aquarius. This comes
as a striking reversal toprevious statements about the non-relationship of Aquarius to UFOs.Apparently, the NSA does have their own "Projec
t Aquarius" which they claimdoesn't relate to UFOs. Feeling pressure from public inquiries which confusedthe NSA's "Aquarius" with the rumor
ed Aquarius/UFO project, the NSA seeminglyhas decided to "spill the beans" on the Air Force. Why this happened isunknown since a simple "no"
to the senators probably would not have gone anyfurther. The NSA may have felt that with the number of inquiries coming insuddenly on Aquar
ius, there may have been a "smoking gun" in someone's handsthat would have rendered additional denials into the category of "bald-facedlie".
>>The significance of this revelation is this: 1) The Air Force, contrary topublic claims, continued investigating UFOs covertly at lea
st until 1976. 2)The document which first tipped investigators off to the existence of Aquariusis now rendered much more credible. That docu
ment also spoke of somethingcalled MJ-12, a rumored high-level brain trust signed into existence by HarryS Truman in 1947 to study the UFO p
henomenon. The next part of the BigBreakthrough is reported to be an admission by the Pentagon of the continuedexistence of MJ-12.I can now
tell you the media to keep your eyes on for further revelations, ifany are forthcoming: The New York Times, and 60 Minutes. There are unconf
irmedreports that the latter TV magazine will be featuring a very revealing storyon the UFO front sometime this month. There are CONFIRMED r
eports that the NewYork Times Science editor has heard rumors flying around the Pentagon to theeffect that either A) there will be an offici
al announcement, or B) awhistle-blower is about to blow.In the same vein, last night I had a phone conversation with Major JamesMcGaha, co-f
ounder of Tucson Skeptics, Inc., the same group that today awardedthe first "Fuzzy" to former state rep Jim Cooper (see ews). Last yearbe
fore going public with our info on Aquarius, I showed the document to theMajor, whose reaction was quite interesting. When I told him last n
ight thatthe document had been reportedly confirmed by Sen's Glenn and Domenici, hisreaction was somewhat different. "The letters from the S
enators are probablyforged", he said. "You know, its like those letters from Sen. Goldwater thatwere circulated, to the effect that he had b
een denied entrance to somebuilding at Wright-Patterson AFB, which was supposed to contain alien bodies.Those letters made the Senator look
ridiculous! I'd be willing to bet someaide of his just pulled a joke."ParaNet has confirmed that the Goldwater letters were no joke. The Sen
ator hasadmitted in several interviews that the event really took place.We are in the process of confirming the Glenn and Domenici letters.
Details tofollow.JimLibrary references:
earch on keywords AQUARIUS, GOLDWATER, MJ-12.
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