December 2, 2013

NASA UFO cover up: Donna Hare had a secret clearance while working for NASA - Dec 2, 2013

Donna Hare had a secret clearance while working for NASA contractor, Philco Ford.

She testifies that she was shown a photo of a picture with a distinct UFO.

Her colleague explained that it was his job to airbrush such evidence of UFOs out of photographs before they were released to the public.

She also heard information from other Johnson Space Center employees that some astronauts had seen extraterrestrial craft and that when some of them wanted to speak out about this, they were threatened.

 

3 comments:

  1. i thank everyone of this blog for the truth ....you people have opened my eyes.i thank you.

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  2. I myself a believer for more than 35 years, and it also please me to know that nowadays more and more are becoming the same, with open eyes and minds are leaving all kind of lies all are grown up, turning towards the NAKED TRUTH that was hidden for so long time...

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  3. Ms. Hare worked at the NASA center in Houston for a number of years
    between the Apollo and the beginning of the Shuttle program. She has
    testified that:
    1. She saw a space photograph with a UFO on it, and a technician was
    airbrushing it out prior to public release.
    2. She was told (and clearly believed) that all space flights were followed
    by UFOs but astronauts were sworn to secrecy and threatened with grave
    punishments if they revealed it.
    3. She was told (and clearly believed) that there were space photos
    showing a cattle mutilation in progress by a UFO, with cattle in the field
    standing with their tails straight up in alarm.
    4. She was told (and clearly believed) that UFOs had been responsible for
    crippling the Apollo-13 spacecraft, so as to prevent it from reaching its
    intended landing area on the back side of the Moon -- but then, the UFOs
    had further interfered by aiding the doomed spaceship and making it
    possible for it to return safely to Earth.
    I cannot believe the first item, the only one of the four to which she was a
    direct witness, because she described the photograph as showing trees
    and their shadows, which allowed her to determine the low altitude of the
    white circle she saw (and which she described as "a metallic disk") from
    its shadow on the ground.
    From what I know of NASA space photography, I believe it was impossible
    then or now for NASA to produce Earth surface images with sufficient
    detail to show a tree and its shadow. A vigorous search by several UFO
    buffs recently for such pictures in NASA's archives (the photo was
    described as being prepared for public sale) failed to locate any.
    That challenge has remained open for many years: if commercially
    released NASA photographs in that time period were clear enough to show
    trees and their shadows, find one. Find any example in books, magazines,
    scientific papers, anywhere they might have been released. Nobody has
    yet succeeded – because, I suggest, such images never existed.
    Veteran NASA earth photography specialist Paul Lowman confirmed this
    for me: “Your term ‘preposterous’ is right on. The original Landsats had a
    ground resolution of 79 meters; Landsats 4 and 5 did better than that,
    around 30 meters or so. The Skylab S190B camera (18" focal length)
    could resolve small boats in marinas on the Chicago lake front, and I think
    a 10 meter resolution would account for that. But no NASA satellite of that
    era, or for that matter of any era up to now, could resolve pine trees or
    their shadows.”
    Assuming Ms. Hare’s description of the comments to her are accurate, is
    there any possible prosaic explanation why men should tell her ‘UFO
    stories’? One fact (found via Internet search engines) which may help in
    formulating a hypothesis is that she (under the name Donna Tietze) was
    on public record as a UFO contactee counselor during the same period
    she was allegedly being told these stories. She was a Texas ‘Associate
    Director’ of the ‘UFO Contact Center International (UFOCCI)’, a group that
    described itself in 1981 as “a non-profit organization dedicated to helping
    people who have had traumatic, bizarre experiences or sightings of UFOs.
    A secondary goal of UFOCCI is to promote public awareness of the UFO
    contactee phenomenon. UFOCCI works with each contactee to help them
    understand their experiences via hypnosis, group meetings and open
    seminars. Each year, over the Labor Day weekend, UFOCCI conducts a
    conference called "Jorpah" (which means 'Cosmic Gathering') in which the
    past year's activities are summed up and discussed. These gatherings are
    held at different places throughout the country. The date and time of these
    conferences are announced in The "Missing Link" newsletter.”
    Further, according to a published report of the STAR KNOWLEDGE
    CONFERENCE in Sedona, Arizona, in 1999, “Donna Tietze Hare, spoke
    about having an extraterrestrial encounter at age 25, which altered her
    consciousness about the cosmos.

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