The 1947 event at Roswell, NM was one of the sub-plots of Mike's
Facade. The same was true of the
MAJESTIC Documents, part of UFO lore since the 1980s, and used by
many in defense of an extraterrestrial explanation for what happened at
The view taken in
is that the Roswell crash of July 2, 1947 was in fact a PAPERCLIP
one side of the Roswell case argues that nothing but a weather balloon
crashed that day, while the other side insists that only a MOGUL balloon
was recovered. The Facade argues that the data on both sides is valid,
but needs a completely different context and approach.
As the de-classified memo on the right--dated July 8, 1947--clearly
shows, a disk "suspended from a balloon by cable" was really what was
recovered. The photo on the left (from a later date) is truly worth a
thousand words of description.
argues that the object recovered at Roswell was an experimental craft
modeled after flying disks designed during WWII by Nazi engineers. Under
OPERATION: PAPERCLIP, the designs and the know-how were exported to the
U.S. via some of the same Nazi technicians who had begun the project in
was, therefore, some sort of connection between MAJESTIC-12 and
further argues that the bodies recovered at the crash were human
unfortunates (Mongoloids, Asians, progeria victims, etc.) deemed
"worthy" of the kind of human experimentation required for testing high
altitude craft. For some documentation of these points, see the links.
military report cover documenting US military use of Nazi flying
craft technology prior to Roswell.
* Documentation on "human mutations" (human unfortunates like
mongoloid children, progeria victims - mistaken for aliens at Roswell)
is provided in Nick Redfern's new book Body Snatchers in the Desert.
here for Mike's review of Nick Redfern's book.
* Documentation in general of
Testing the MAJESTIC Documents
In 2007, with the help of
Carol Chaski, an expert in computational
linguistic research methods for testing authorship verification of
documents, the MAJESTIC Documents were scientifically tested for the
first time using modern computational linguistic software. A summary
analysis of the results of the testing are
available here. One paragraph of that report reads as follows"
"The goal of the research presented in this study was to determine
whether the Majestic documents that carry a signature were indeed
written by the people to whom authorship is attributed. Toward achieving
this goal, the study employed state-of-the-art computational linguistic
methods of authorship attribution. In some cases, these techniques have
been pioneered by
Carol Chaski, a recognized leader in this type of linguistic