From: A. J. Gevaerd - Revista UFO <gevaerd.nul> Date: Mon, 2 May 2005 11:33:03 -0300 Fwd Date: Mon, 02 May 2005 17:01:58 -0400 Subject: Re: New Mexican UFO Fleets Footage - Gevaerd >From: Bruce Maccabee <brumac.nul> >To: <ufoupdates.nul> >Date: Sun, 1 May 2005 17:11:57 -0400 >Subject: Re: New Mexican UFO Fleets Footage >>From: A. J. Gevaerd - Revista UFO <gevaerd.nul> >>To: <ufoupdates.nul > >>Date: Sun, 1 May 2005 08:29:27 -0300 >>Subject: New Mexican UFO Fleets Footage >>Santiago Yturria Garza has been kind enough to send me some >>segments of the new 'flotillas', taped over Mexico, after those >>released by Jaime Maussan at the Laughlin UFO Conference. >>You can check the previous ones at: >>www.ufo.com.br/exclusivo/mexico >>One of the new videos is dated March 30 and two are dated April >>11. I've watched the material carefully, several times and >>strongly suggest you do the same. >>At least one of the new 'flotillas' recorded had an amazing >>pattern and suggests intelligent behavior that defies simple >>explanation. The others are also quite interesting. >>The attempt to discredit all the 'flotillas' as ballons or birds >>makes no sense and is at great risk with the latest footage. To >>me, there is a phenomena going on in Mexico that cannot be >>easily explained away. >>With Santiago's permission, the new footage will be available on >>Monday at: >>www.ufo.com.br/exclusivo/mexico1 >As I pointed out in an earlier message, the first 'UFO Fleet' >film was by Delbert Newhouse, Navy photographer, near Tremonton >Utah in July, 1952. This is a famous film in UFO history. At the >time no one referred to it as a "flotilla" or "fleet" of UFOs... >but there were many of them. >The Condon analyst, Hartmann, suggested that they were birds. Of >course, little attention was paid to the description given by >Newhouse when the objects were close. Minutes later he managed >to film them and by that time thy were quite a distance away. Hello Bruce: Exactly as Hartmann suggested in the case you mention, some researchers in Mexico suggested that a few of the flotillas could be birds. I agree with that partly: some of the poorest footage could be of birds, but not the most clear and distinctive ones. The problem is that these experts selected the wrong ones to explain as birds, exactly the ones that seem more unusual and defyiant. In the particular case of February 27, 2005, that was considered birds by the "experts", the fleet moved at a considerable speed and the objects have a distinctive round shape. No wings. But, even if not birds, it doesn'=B4t mean that it was a fleet of flying saucers. I believe the question is still open. Best regards, A. J.
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