do not think that even if there were inhabitants of another world
sufficiently intelligent to conceive a spacecraft that such a ship
would ever escape destruction by meteors and other space wonders.
Also I doubt any space ship could ever be conceived let alone constructed
which would appear as a visible object and then upon explosion leave
no trace, as do the discs. Where as, an electrical form would.
are countless cases when UFOs have flown by, then simply explode
leaving no trace what so ever. They have to be electrical in nature
that to me is the common sense approach I have no qualms in accepting
To add on the Kenneth Arnold sighting, a CIA document records a
man who sighted discs over the Cascade mountains on 24th June 1947,
he was a prospector with forty years of experience in the mountains,
while prospecting at a point in the cascade mountains approximately
5,000 feet from sea level, during the afternoon he noticed a reflection,
he looked up and saw a disc proceeding in a south easterly direction.
upon sighting the object he placed his telescope to his eye and
observed the disc for approximately 45-60 seconds. He remarked that
it is possible for him to pick up an object at a distance of ten
miles with his telescope. At the time the disc was sighted it was
banking in the sun and he observed five or six similar objects but
only concentrated on the one. He stated that they did not fly in
any kind of formation and that he estimated their height to be about
1,000 feet from where he was standing. He said the object was about
thirty feet in diameter and appeared to have a tail, it made no
According to the prospector he remained in the vicinity of the Cascades
for several days and then returned to Portland and noted an article
in the local paper which stated in effect that a man in Boise, Idaho
had sighted a similar object but that the authorities had disclaimed
any knowledge of such an object. He said that he had communicated
with the army for the sole purpose of attempting to add credence
to the story furnished by the man in Boise.
He also related that on the occasion of the sighting he had in his
possession a combination compass and watch. He noted particularly
that immediately before he sighted the disc the compass acted very
particular, the hand waving from side to side, but the condition
corrected itself once the disc had gone out of sight.
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