In 1980, the international organization of ufologists ICUFON published a Memorandum justifying the need to create a world Agency for space Affairs to perform the following tasks: to carry out international control and monitoring of UFO activities around the world; to find ways to establish contacts with the forces directing the activities of UFOs; to prevent any hostile actions against UFOs by the armed forces of the Agency’s member countries; to use the discoveries resulting from contacts with UFOs to accelerate progress and improve life in all countries. The Memorandum cited various examples of actions by US government agencies aimed at silencing and hiding data on the UFO problem from the public. In 1988, the head of the ICUFON, von Kevitsky, drafted and sent a new Memorandum to the representatives of all UN member States containing 350 declassified documents describing 140 classic UFO cases. Continue reading
This happened at the end of November 2004. Then I just got a passport, and my friends and I were going to celebrate the New year in “warm lands”. The choice fell on Thailand. Previously, trips there were not as common as now, and for us it seemed a real exotic. We have already chosen a tour, the money was saved. I remember that we agreed to meet at three o’clock in the afternoon near the travel Agency and finally pay for the trip. I was late, I couldn’t get ready for a long time, which is not typical of me. I was just opening the front door when the phone rang. When I picked up the phone, I heard a strangely familiar voice. He said:
“You can’t go there. Stay. Or there will be an accident.” Continue reading
The fires of the Inquisition are kindled in the cities. But now they are not burned for heretics and Gentiles, witches and wizards. And for the Christian knights, the Templars who guarded the pilgrims in the middle East. 7 centuries ago, on may 12, 1311, the Inquisition publicly executed 54 prominent members of the Templar Order. Soon there will be nothing left of the order. The assassins of the knights will appropriate their wealth, but it will not bring them happiness. All of them will suffer the curse of the Templars-the words of the last master of the order, Jacques de Molay, uttered by him right at the stake.
It all started out romantic. After the capture of Jerusalem in 1099, the participants of the First crusade returned to the West, so the new States of the crusaders and pilgrims coming to the Holy land had no one to protect them. Continue reading