You will not see a skeptical smirk here, even though this UFO/Craft/ET case is strange and illogical, because it really happened. You will not find a debunker screaming, “fake”, nor will you read an exposé in the skeptical Inquirer. Because it is true. One man’s strange impossible tale turned out to be the truth. He lived with a secret for a long time and, from his history, was very tormented by it. In a way he gave his life in the pursuit of truth.
Simply put: frightened citizens were attacked by beams of light- shot out of UFOs. These beams left marks strange burns, wounds that were “…blackened and seemed ten days old even though they were 10 minutes old”. People ran to their doctors to report this and groups reported watching people on public streets being hit and felled by the beams from these “lights and craft”. These were, of course, ignored by the powers that be as long as possible because they were considered just silly superstitious locals. A local doctor who treated many people was forced to rethink her position (she was a skeptic) after witnessing a UFO herself, up close, right during an attack on a person. She started to go public. It started to get into the papers.
The victims were hurt and frightened and some even died from complications directly related to these UFO “attacks”. One town actually built, and manned, bonfires near the water where many of these attacks had originated.
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We are not talking a few people here, we are talking many, many people in this region. After the two citizens died from UFO related inquires, the doctor had had enough. The Mayors of the region were starting to get nervous and they partitioned the Army to investigate (there were rebels in the area). It was a well equipped Army – equipped oddly, with cameras, theodolite and radar. What they experienced, to their astonishment, was what a only a handful of people in the world have experienced: continuing direct interactions with ETs craft.
This Brazilian Army investigations unit was tagged “ Operations Saucer”. The military’s intrusion into the unknown began during massive sightings that occurred during October, November and December 1977 and into the first half of 1978. The Brazilian region where this happen is called Para and included the cities of Colares, Santo Antonio de Tauca, Mosqueiro and Baia do Sul .
The Army at first tried to smother this case publicly by asking the above mentioned local doctor do to put out a public statement using “hysteria” as the explanation. The doctor was having none of it. They flew a helicopter with a search light to try and fool the people it didn’t work and a strange light followed the copter back– frightened he stayed the night after he landed.
Soon the Army realized how serious these locals were when the soldiers, themselves, started to have their own encounters. What the investigative unit concluded was that there were craft from another place intentionally buzzing them and putting on displays. Months of sightings, videos, photographs, drawings, radar, and other measurements were logged. These crafts put on spectacular shows of power and technology in front of this Army unit for four months and then without a word, while there were still sightings, the unit was pulled. All of the records and videos were classified and hidden away.
Decades later, the then Captain of the unit “Operation Saucer” came forward – after all, he had experiences, not only with the craft, but with an ET. A ET had visited him one night and after rendering him helpless told him “we will not harm you”. This secret must have tormented him through the years. This courageous and honest witness in fact had related everything that happened in great detail because he was a man of great recall. That recall, rather then a blessing, may have been ended up being a curse because Capt. Uyrange Hollanda killed himself shortly after going public- may he rest in piece.
A lawsuit by UFO researchers and concerned citizens was brought against the Army to release the classified data. The Army agreed to allow all of the material to be examined by local UFO researchers. The Army did not live up to their agreement; “all” of the material was not allowed to be examined if fact; most of it was off limits. Of course, the UFO researchers jumped at any chance to examine what they were allowed to see. The videos, photos and detailed reports by the Army’s “Operation Saucer” unit were so astonishing I guess that they felt they didn’t need to look any further. But, what if they had demanded full access right there in front of the cameras. Perhaps they could have found more, maybe even the Holy Grail. As of now we don’t know the power of the massive evidence still hid, but considering what they reveled, it must be earth shattering.
The frightened, good people who experienced scores of encounters in different towns welcomed the Army, which was dispatched to investigate and help them. They were betrayed as many good common people have been betrayed – by being deemed unimportant. Their story may be sung in future folk songs but to the powers that rule once you prove the unknown is real you become unknown.
For me this was an act of “Staging” by the ET was it a show of supremacy or something else.
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Note on continuing activity:
In 1999, Flavio's daughter (one of the Sergeants of the Unit) Francimari told us: "He got everybody in the family enthusiastic about UFOs. We did vigils in Colares.
We spent a month there on vacation and stayed in a cousin's
house. We spread sheets out on the beach at night and took turns
staying up to see if something came in the early hours of the
morning. We saw UFOs coming out of the water near the farol
(lighthouse beacon a kilometer out in the bay). We could see
water dripping down as they came out." Metaphysical, anyone? jc
Most of the data was taken from this History Channel program:
“The Brazilian Roswell DVD”:
What will it take?
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