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May 8, 1950 This is one of the most famous UFO pictures ever taken. Photographed by Paul Trent, and first witnessed by his wife. They were published in a local newspaper in McMinnville, Oregon shortly thereafter. Soon, the Trent photos were published in Life magazine edition of June 26, 1950. The rest is history.These photos have been deemed authentic for over 50 years.
Lubbock, Texas, 1951. The famous photographs from the "Lubbock lights" in Texas, 31 August 1951. Years later, ignoring all testimonies and evidences, skeptics stated that these objects were... birds. This most ridiculous explanation was typical of how early UFO photos were often explained away. Carl Hart Jr. an 18 year old student took this famous picture with his Kodak camera. There were at least 100 witnesses the objects. This is one of the classics of Ufology.
Washington D. C. 1952. During the dawn of Ufology in the United States, unidentified flying objects made themselves known to the leaders of the free world in 1952, buzzing over the White House, the Capitol building, and the Pentagon. Seemingly the unknown objects were defying the very governmental agencies sworn to protect the United States from foreign powers. Washington National Airport and Andrews Air Force Base picked up a number of UFOs on their radar screens on July 19, 1952, beginning a wave of sightings still unexplained to this day.
1952-Salem, Massachusetts. July 16, 1952 During the peak of the 1952 UFO Flap, Shel Alpert, a USCG seaman on duty in the Coast Guard Weather Office at the Salem Coast Guard Station, saw four brilliant lights in the sky. He called another Guardsman to see the lights, but in those few seconds the lights had become more dim. When they brightened again, he quickly took a single photograph through the window of the office. This photo has been published in many books, newspapers and magazines.
In 1898 archeologists found a small wooden object in a tomb at Saqqara, Egypt. They identified it as a "bird model" and placed it in a box of other bird figures in the storage area of a Cairo museum. The object was forgotten for many years until Dr. Khalil Messiha rediscovered it and realized its significance. The Egyptian Ministry of Culture comissioned a group of scientists to study the object. As a result the object was given its own exhibit detailing its unusual features.
The six inch long artifact is not a bird effigy, but an advanced model glider. The wings curve downward at the tips, a form called reversedihedral by modern aircraft designers. The object has proportions which would allow a full scale version to stay in flight at extremely low speeds, down to 45 miles per hour, while at the same time carrying an enormous payload.
Ancient Egyptian engineers always built small scale models of their projects, from ships to temples. Is this artifact an echo of lost technology from before a worldwide cataclysm?