WHO ARE THEY?
WHAT DO THEY WANT?
WHAT CAN WE DO?
Reports on UFO (Unidentified Flying Objects) sightings comprise such an irrational set of data that some may doubt whether a methodical study of such information would be useful or even feasible. However, this study deserves to be undertaken, because we are dealing with a worldwide phenomenon, studied by official committees of the French Army (as confirmed by Robert Galley, then French Minister of Armed Forces, in a February 1974 statement), by the United Nations (which created an agency on December 8, 1978, to coordinate research in this field), and by the Air Forces of Sweden and the United States.
In 1976, Jimmy Carter, while campaigning for the Presidency of the United States, publicly acknowledged that he, himself, had seen a UFO on September 18, 1973 and had filed a report with the NICAP (National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena).
Among the massive body of data from UFO sighting reports, a few are more enlightening than others. By studying these cases and comparing them to what we know in other fields of knowledge, such as certain long-term events that have marked our history, the author will enable us to come up with a rational theory about this highly intriguing phenomenon.
Here are some of the topics included in this study. Just click on those that interest you, and a summary will appear.