The topics presented at the lecture are listed below: Ancient Russia and the Russian Empire’s UFO sightings. The Tunguska Object and other mysteries before 1917. KGB and UFOs in the USSR.The most important UFO cases of the Soviet Union. UFOs over the Caucasus, Siberia, Russia’s North and Far East: then and now. UFOs in the oceans and space from the secret files and heretofore unavailable information regarding USOs (unidentified submersible objects) and sightings of UFOs by Russian cosmonauts.
An overall picture of what aliens are, the main genres of alien, the vehicles they use to traverse the universe and how they work. The lecture will also deal with a few of the reasons for ET ‘abductions’ and other contact experiences.
This video contains rare audio of James J. Kibel (commonly confused as James E. McDonald as it was later sent to him) discussing the infamous Westall UFO incident after meeting with the science teacher who witnessed the object. I believe this is the first copy to be posted on YouTube and is relatively rare. Here are notes of interest below if you’re having trouble understanding the audio: – Science master, two other staff and 300 kids watched a UFO maneuver over the school – 5 planes tried to intercept the UFO – Science master was in the same club as Mconalds brother-in-law, a bizarre coincidence. Because of this connection Mcdonald invited the Science teacher over and discussed in depth what he witnessed. – Believes it wasn’t the officials who squashed the sighting, it was the head master. He was so scared he refused to go into school yard even after it was back in the sky. – When the Royal Australian Air Force tried to contact the headmaster he told them ‘go jump in a lake’ – Children ran into science masters room hysterical so he went to look himself – Couldn’t see UFO at first but saw other children looking towards the north-east – When he joined the children he saw the UFO hovering just above power lines – Science master described the object as a bright silver object, size of a tire with a ‘bar/rod’ into the air.