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Friday, 3 July 2020

The balloon’s a moon... or is it Venus...?

 LEFT: A US Army Air Corps photo showing a fugo balloon... or could it be Venus?

PETER BROOKESMITH surveys the latest fads and flaps from the world of ufological research
 IT WAS In every case Just YOU, APHRODITE John Keeling has uncovered reports of Japanese fu-go expand sightings in the USA from the spring and summer of 1945 – with the exception of there's a trick. As he tells it: "9,000 of the 30ft [9m] inflatables with combustible bomb payloads had been propelled against the US in the expectation of causing huge scope timberland flames and spreading dread. For a long time the experts in the West and Pacific North West had effectively kept a ban on affirmed arrivals until six individuals were killed by a detonating Fu-Go in Oregon (the main known passings on US soil from foe activity in WWII). At the point when the danger was uncovered in May '45, various frenzies followed... "On June sixth, Phoenix and a few other Arizona people group had their first 'Jap expand' alarm. Phone lines to the press, police division, sheriff's office and climate agency were apparently stuck 'while at the landing strips planes were conveyed to chase down the trespasser… Men, ladies and kids concealed their eyes and looked at the round white spot which was... pretty much 25 feet up and north of the new moon.'" Much fervor, normally. Yet, "Luke Field and Williams Field fliers, checking the article from planes, had the option to report back certainly that there was no inflatable where detailed. What's more, Phoenix Junior School's 5-inch refractor telescope obviously recognized the article as Venus." In this way, somewhat more than a year prior to anybody had known about 'flying saucers', there was Venus, doing her unidentifiable thing.

It was 'prentice work for a long profession.

This wasn't the first run through Venus had been confused with a fu-go swell, nor would it be the last. The articles next most every now and again misidentified as fu-go inflatables were plain ol' climate inflatables, likewise later to get well known as 'UFOs'. Start as you intend to go on... (Full story at https://johnkeelingmedia. blog/2019/01/15/) It is an inquisitive, related, yet beforehand unreported certainty that my sister, when at her home on a Cycladean isle, was wont to comment "Ah, there's the spaceship!" after spying Hesperus shining in the nightfall, and "Gracious! The spaceship's gone!" when it evaporated behind the close by mountain. Also, she has been honored for her entire life with 100 percent obliviousness about UFOs.

FOLLOW THE Cash?

John Greenewalde (he of the Dark Vault, and likely the world's most noteworthy winkler-out of UFO-related records from the US IT WAS In every case Just YOU,

APHRODITE

John Keeling has uncovered reports of Japanese fu-go expand sightings in the USA from the spring and summer of 1945 – with the exception of there's a trick. As he tells it: "9,000 of the 30ft [9m] inflatables with combustible bomb payloads had been propelled against the US in the expectation of causing huge scope timberland flames and spreading dread. For a long time the experts in the West and Pacific North West had effectively kept a ban on affirmed arrivals until six individuals were killed by a detonating Fu-Go in Oregon (the main known passings on US soil from foe activity in WWII). At the point when the danger was uncovered in May '45, various frenzies followed... "On June sixth, Phoenix and a few other Arizona people group had their first 'Jap expand' alarm. Phone lines to the press, police division, sheriff's office and climate agency were apparently stuck 'while at the landing strips planes were conveyed to chase down the trespasser… Men, ladies and kids concealed their eyes and looked at the round white spot which was... pretty much 25 feet up and north of the new moon.'" Much fervor, normally. Yet, "Luke Field and Williams Field fliers, checking the article from planes, had the option to report back certainly that there was no inflatable where detailed. What's more, Phoenix Junior School's 5-inch refractor telescope obviously recognized the article as Venus." In this way, somewhat more than a year prior to anybody had known about 'flying saucers', there was Venus, doing her unidentifiable thing.

It was 'prentice work for a long profession.

This wasn't the first run through Venus had been confused with a fu-go swell, nor would it be the last. The articles next most every now and again misidentified as fu-go inflatables were plain ol' climate inflatables, likewise later to get well known as 'UFOs'. Start as you intend to go on... (Full story at https://johnkeelingmedia. blog/2019/01/15/) It is an inquisitive, related, yet beforehand unreported certainty that my sister, when at her home on a Cycladean isle, was wont to comment "Ah, there's the spaceship!" after spying Hesperus shining in the nightfall, and "Gracious! The spaceship's gone!" when it evaporated behind the close by mountain. Also, she has been honored for her entire life with 100 percent obliviousness about UFOs.

FOLLOW THE Cash ?

John Greenewalde (he of the Dark Vault, and likely the world's most noteworthy winkler-out of UFO-related records from the US 

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