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Re: John Alexander Confirms MJ-12

From: Jack Brewer <brewer.jack.nul>
Date: Sun, 21 Jul 2013 13:49:13 -0700 (PDT)
Archived: Mon, 22 Jul 2013 06:36:47 -0400
Subject: Re: John Alexander Confirms MJ-12

>From: Ross Evans <ross.evans11.nul>
>To: post.nul
>Date: Sat, 20 Jul 2013 12:55:10 +0100
>Subject: John Alexander Confirms MJ-12

>Grant Cameron mentioned this on his website:


>and I had not see it discussed elsewhere. Seems someone in a
>position to know has confirmed MJ-12 to John Alexander.

>A quite remarkable change of tune for a guy who had always
>insisted that the government was not involved in a cover-up.

Source: Orlando Paranormal Examiner


July 21, 2013

Grant Cameron Reports John Alexander Confirmed MJ-12
By Jack Brewer

previous existence of the MJ-12.


However, Colonel Alexander apparently added that he thought the
group prioritized other topics over UFOs. Cameron wrote that
although Alexander's opinion of the mission of MJ-12 differed
from the UFO control group interpretation, the significance of
the colonel's statements could not be emphasized enough.

Others disagree and are much less enthusiastic about the
situation, suggesting that if the documents were a hoax or
product of state-sponsored disinformation in the first place,
then Alexander's comments should be measured accordingly.
Researchers such as Ryan Dube have long called the actions of
the colonel into question.

officers become ufologists, ufologists become intelligence
officers, or if there is at times no particular difference at
all between the two job descriptions.


Dr. Michael S. Heiser took an interest in the MJ-12
documents. The Bible scholar authored a 2007 paper, 'The
Majestic Documents: A Forensic Linguistic Report'.


Heiser facilitated scientific forensic linguistic testing of
select alleged MJ-12 documents. Tests were conducted by Dr.
Carol Chaski, who, according to Heiser's paper, holds an M.A.
and a Ph.D. in linguistics from Brown University.

Dr Chaski examined purported MJ-12 documents bearing signatures
and compared them to unrelated yet authenticated documents
composed by the same authors. Testing involved comparing
patterns of speech and uses of phrases, and Chaski's methods
previously achieved a success rate of 95 percent accuracy.

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