13 April 2010, JellyBean @ 7:00 am

The Brazilian glasnost on UFOs is starting to get embarrassingly endearing. Can you imagine if the Roswell thing had happened in Sao Paulo instead. It’d be like Hey, y’all come check out this crashed thingamajig — isn’t this the butt-ugliest flight crew you’ve ever seen? Wonder how these ray guns work?

Seriously. Of all the countries declassifying UFO material, Brazil wins the Most Fun To Watch Award, bar none. Last year, Brazilian UFO Magazine Editor A.J. Gevaerd got his hands on some military docs detailing the nationwide incursions on May 19, 1986. Jet interceptors were rendered obsolete in the blink of an eye, and the incident became so famous it’s become known as Brazilian Official UFO Night.

Most impressive was the candor advanced by one Air Brigadier Jose Pessoa Cavalcanti de Albuquerque: “As a conclusion of the observed constant facts in almost all presentations, it is the opinion of this Command that the phenomenon is solid and reflects intelligence by its capacity to follow and sustain distance from the observers, as well as to fly in formation, and are not necessarily manned craft.”

Read the whole article here:

Herald Tribune

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