Ufos Are Here!: Unmasking the Greatest Conspiracy of Our Time

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Citadel Press, 2001 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 230 pages
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Here is the story of Project Rainbow, originally designed to render U.S. Navy warships invisible to enemy radar, but which instead transformed our relationship with Extraterrestrial Intelligence forever. Learn, too, of President Truman's top secret MJ-12 document, containing the debriefings of UFO eyewitnesses. In 1947, the American public heard of some "saucer sightings" in Washington State. The same year a strange craft crashed 75 miles outside of Roswell air base in New Mexico. To prevent "general panic", the U.S. government quickly covered up the evidence.

UFOs Are Here! is the story of all these bizarre facts, consistent rumors, and identifiable patterns discovered during the decades of "research and analysis" of the UFO question by the U.S. government. It is also the story of the greatest military coverup of all time.

 

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Contents

Our Planet Doesnt Belong to Us Anymore
1
Close Encounters Hostile and Benevolent
9
Aliens and Secret Societies
30
NAZI UFOs
45
The Philadelphia Experiment and the Rainbow Conspiracy
50
The U S Military and UFOs
57
CONTENTS
67
Soviet Encounters with UFOs
69
Aliens and the Space Programs 104
704
The Sinister UFO Silencers Air Force Aliens or Unknown Agency? 121
721
Secret Underground Bases 134
734
The Troubling Mystery of UFO Abductions 144
744
Crashed Saucers Alien Corpses and the Secret Government 158
758
UFO Sightings and Coverups that Could Change the World 179
779
UFOs the New World Order and the Great Conspiracy 200
800
Appendix 209
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UFOs and Commercial Aviation
76
Direct Contacts with UFOs over Military Bases and by Military Aircraft
84
NATOs Secret UFO Agenda
96

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About the author (2001)

Brad Steiger has written several books, ranging from biographies to inspirational books. He is a frequent guest on various television and radio programs.

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