Jacques Vallee : 1813年に UFO に関する最初の米議会の公聴会が開催

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- 1:03:30 UFO に関する米議会の公聴会は既に 1813年に開催されていた。

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for example in
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you know the first congressional
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hearings on ufos
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took place on december 15 1813.
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ufologists keep calling for
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congressional hearings well you know
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they happened in 1813 there were lights
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seen over
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the shore of connecticut and of course
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there was a war going on between
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the united states and england
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and
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the colonies in england
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in those days
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and uh
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the the question was what were those
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lights uh was it uh created by traitors
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signaling to the english fleet
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and they were
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uh in very intense uh hearings and
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arguments in congress about about these
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unknown
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lights in the sky
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and um
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i i think uh decatur was was involved in
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those in those discussions and so on so
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you you learn a lot about history and a
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lot about uh about culture as you go
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through this and amazingly enough
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congress did not resolve the mystery of
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the unexplained lights back then or in
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音声(1:19:28)


George Knapp & Jacques Vallee - Extraterrestrial Hypothesis, Crash Retrievals, and Disclosure


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DATE
Sunday - October 24 2010
HOST
George Knapp
GUESTS
Jacques F. Vallee, Richard Dolan, Bryce Zabel

In the first half of the program, George Knapp was joined by legendary Ufologist Jacques Vallee for a discussion on UFO sightings from biblical-era antiquity through the year 1879. Over the course of the conversation, he also talked about remote viewing and provided his take on the Extraterrestrial Hypothesis (ETH), crash retrievals and disclosure. Contrary to the skeptics who discount 'classic' UFO sightings as mere folklore, Vallee declared that the detail and longevity of the cases merit a more serious examination. "For them to have been recorded, the way they were recorded, they had to be felt to be very important to that civilization," he said. Additionally, Vallee noted that most of the cases come from prominent officials like kings and bishops, since they were often the only people capable of actually documenting and preserving their sightings.

Detailing one of the cases profiled in the book, Vallee described a Chinese UFO sighting from 1277. In this case, the witness described a very bright star that appeared to have a dome above it, moved "in a zigzag, like a dead leaf," interacted with other flying objects, and disappeared almost instantly. Noting the similarity to contemporary UFO accounts, Vallee said, "I get letters like this from readers of my books today, with almost the same words." Having examined over 500 cases for his new book, the esteemed researcher confessed that "one of the secret pleasures of working with this material is to look at how people explained it." To that end, he observed that even during these classic cases, "there was always some 'wise guy' in the crowd who had an explanation," often ascribing a political or religious meaning to the event. "They had all these explanations, just like the Air Force today," mused Vallee.

(2021-09-20)
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