Heads Up New Yorkers: Intruders Foundation in Manhattan is having speakers again. December 5th Col Charles Halt retired will be speaking o the n Rendlesham UFO incident. Here is the link for pertinent information.
A few years ago MUFON tried to catch ETs abducting humans. They selected a group of documented alien abductees and they began putting specially designed sensing units in each abductees’ home. MUFON had the abductee fill out forms each day on their recollection of the night before i.e., whether they thought something happened or not. The idea was simple and smart. You collate the data from the “tamper proof” sensors with the days that the abductee felt something happened. If the sensor picked up anomalies you would have independent verification something strange happened that same night. MUFON was smart; they expanded this to a good group of candidates which in the end could collaborate evidence from several units showing the same thing. This would be powerful evidence something was happening and it wasn’t not “night terrors.”
These are two photos of these sensor prototypes which were suppose to be disguised as normal everyday fixtures. The one on the right is their final modal.
Now I know many of you out there will say, “you can’t fool the ETs; they are too advanced”. I think the history of human – alien contact is full of ETs making mistakes, whether through arrogance, or just plain being imperfect. Bud Hopkins has been reporting for years how these entities make mistakes. When you think of public media and scientific reaction to ETs abduction, it is no wonder they treat us sometimes without a thought. I think, they think, we are just plain stupid. Maybe they‘re right.
So with this belief system in tow, MUFON went on trying for years to get the “Abduction Monitoring Project” up and running. Money, designing gear, and time were working against them but through the work of the grunts, it finally happened. They received the money and began the project. First, they had to change the name; why, you ask? Well they wanted independent outside verification and the word “abduction” turned these sources off, so it ended up being named the “Ambient Monitoring Project”. They also had to find the right abductees, which had to be solidly documented abduction cases. In the end they had sensors in place (Picture Below) and eventually gathered all the information they needed over several months. . These abductees’ names and such have been kept under wrap for obvious reasons. There is one problem I have with the selection process. The researcher whose cases these abduction candidates were selected from is also under wrap and he should be out there. Whoever made the selection process needs to be questioned about the process and the documentation around these candidates. As far as I know he/she has not gone public.
THE AMBIENT MONITORING PROJECT: MUFON Journal July 2008 #483.
So where is MUFON now with this data? “Nowhere, Man.” You see the big hang-up was getting an independent expert to work on this data with the money they had. They just couldn’t afford it. It seems this data is still sitting there gathering dust.
So my question is why not have someone they can afford do it? Ok, the best scenario is completely independent evaluation, but absence of that, any collating of the evidence is better than none. If these sensors have a chance in hell of monitoring anomalies in abduction cases than why not reveal the statistics for the public to view and analyze, if that be the case.. I don’t see why they can’t do both. I am sure there are volunteers in MUFON who could interpret this data. Why not use them? Is proving how great you are to scientists, who don’t even look at the evidence, more important than knowing what happened? In the future when MUFON has the money, they can have additional sources look the data over. The data doesn’t change.
I think MUFON’s first duty is to the witnesses and experiencers. If you believe some people are being abducted then why not release the data one way or the other? James Carrion recently leaked a document against MUFON’s own training manual suggestions, to debunk Stan Romanek. It seems MUFON, like Stan Romanek is sitting on it’s own unreleased documentation.
Right this minute MUFON has all of this data just sitting there at MUFON with no word of what happened or where they are with it. This project was designed to reveal the truth behind abductions. The hard work and determination of those who were part of this investigation needs to be rewarded with a conclusion. There might be all kinds of things happening with this project but you wouldn’t know it by the MUFON Journal, which first reported it. The Journal, at times, puts things out there without follow-ups and many times that leaves me wondering; What Happened?
So I ask with all due respect MUFON: What Happened To The Ambient Monitoring Project?
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