UFO sighting files released in UK today called dazzling, proof positive of aliens

BRAY’S POINT, Ore. – Oregon UFO “watchers” camping out today at the Bray’s Point location where recent UFO sightings have radiated the sky over the Pacific Ocean with blue, green, red and purple aurora borealis like reflections, are calling today’s release of 8,500 pages of secret British unidentified flying object (UFO) reports both “dazzling, and proof positive of aliens visiting planet Earth.”

Great Britain officially opened its vaults of secret and top secret UFO files on Thursday, March 3, with an “uproar from both our watchers and the national and international UFO community that I’d call one of the biggest watershed moments in the long, long effort to convince the world that we are not alone in this universe,” exclaimed Oregon UFO “watcher” Monica Fulkerson. In turn, British officials said in announcing the release of the approximately 8,500 pages of UFO records that the documents date back to the 1950s and include rare military and public reports not seen by the public.

At the same time, there’s reports in the British media that the release of the secret British UFO files was a “preemptive strike” before Julian Assange releases the WikiLeaks “secret UFO cables” that he disclosed in December.

Assange, the main spokesperson and editor-in-chief for WikiLeaks is currently appealing against United Kingdom extradition for crimes he may have committed in Sweden. Also, the United States wants to silence Assange and WikiLeaks for “national security reasons.”

Meanwhile, Assange has gone public with British media about his WikiLeaks secret UFO files that he says are “significant” and noteworthy to the world community who are eager to learn what secret UFO and alien information files that are now in a top secret location that only Assange and his close circle of WikiLeaks staff control.

People can read parts of the British files free and on line

The release of these British UFO documents includes 35 large files that can be viewed at http://ufos.nationalarchives.gov.uk/

It should also be noted that the files are available to download free of charge for one month at this U.K. National Archives website.

For instance, one of the files notes a man saying he had been "abducted" by aliens in October 1998 after seeing an unidentified craft hover over his London home and finding that he had gained an hour of time in the process. "It was a large cigar-shaped vehicle with big projectiles on each side like wings," he told the British ministry. "It seemed to have two very bright lights at the front and a white light flashing round and round underneath. ... As you can imagine, I felt quite shaken."

Another secret UFO file released by the National Archives today points to the Royal Air Force being “inundated with calls one morning in 1967 after residents of southern England awoke to find six small beeping UFOs lying in a perfect line from the Isle of Sheppey to the Bristol Channel.”

British government kept debates over UFO top secret

Another of more than 8,500 pages of documents points to the sworn statements of a retired RAF officer who said he saw a UFO while on holiday in Sri Lanka in April 2004. In turn, this RAF officer, with top secret clearance and having a high level job in British national security, sent the Ministry of Defense supporting photographs of UFOs flying at will over Sri Lanka. The view at the time being “just another UFO” with no real investigation.

"I noticed a partial aura in the sky, a minute or so later there was a clap of thunder, then a short while later a ring like a doughnut appeared," this high ranking RAF officer told the British Defense Ministry.

Also of keen interest to the international UFO community is how the British government had secret talks and frank discussions about the “UFO issue” without disclosing the discussions to the British people, the United Nations, the European Union or the world at large. UFO watchers said the reason is simple: “Anybody would have thought the Brits crazy to say UFO and alien life on Earth is real and happening now.”

The newly released files state, for example, that a “top secret” UFO policy file from 1997 confirms that Ministry of Defense handled UFO reports on a “regular basis.”

Moreover, a file points to a “full debate about UFOs being held in Britain's House of Lords, in January 1979.” The debate featured some of the top minds in the world per the “Lords” are highly educated rich and powerful men who’ve been educated at Cambridge and Oxford Universities.

While the British government’s Ministry of Defense said in releasing the previously classified files, that it “investigated every UFO sighting report it received to determine whether there is any evidence that the United Kingdom's airspace might have been compromised by hostile or unauthorized air activity."

Of course, the conclusions are kept top secret and not available to the public due to “alien life here” may pose a world security threat.

David Clarke, author of "The UFO Files" and consultant to the National Archives' UFO project, told the BBC and other British media this morning after the official release of the massive hoard of previously top secret UFO files that “it does raise some questions about what really happened and should we be prepared now.”

British visionary in UFO science gets his due

At the same time, there’s other UFO news out of England that’s rocking people’s perceptions about who or what are “angels.” The recent re-release of the once censored book “Flying Saucers Farewell,” by British writer George Adamski – who founded the “Royal Order of Tibet in the 1930’s that reveals his “cosmic philosophy” – is now making the rounds at both Cambridge and Oxford Universities with news that “angels may be aliens from another planet.”

Adamski was one of the first major figures in Great Britain that “UFO sightings should be studied” back in the 1940’s when such talk would have gotten him bared from teaching at Cambridge or Oxford.

“He (Adamski) was once viewed as a nuttier, but now with the British government coming clean with the release of its UFO files, people are paying attention to Adamski’s claims,” stated a Cambridge University spokesman when referring to the period of when Adamski taught at one of the university colleges in the late 1930s.

When England began to reject Adamski’s teachings and views about UFO’s, he left for America in the 1950’s after the Roswell reports opened the doors of perception about possible alien life visiting the planet.

Adamski made headlines in America after a Nov. 20, 1952, visit to a remote region where UFO craft had landed in Desert Center, California. On that day, Adamski and seven fellow professors from Cambridge University revealed seeing a “gigantic cigar-shaped” alien space ship hovering near their camp site at Desert Center.

After returning to Cambridge, England, Adamski reported to his fellow associates and the British media that he and others saw dramatic flashes of lights in the sky and a “beautiful small craft,” which he said “descended into a nearby cove.” In turn, the photos that Adamski took were taken by British authorities via national security.

Later, Adamski revealed in lectures at both Cambridge and Oxford Universities that he came “face-to-face with an extraterrestrial."

“Now for the first time I fully realized that I was in the presence of a man from space – a human being from another world.” Adamski went on to report that the alien being was “about five feet, six inches in height and weighed, according to our standard of about 135 pounds. He was round faced with an extremely high forehead, with an average size mouth and beautiful white teeth that shone when he smiled and spoke.”

Moreover, Adamski noted that “it did not look to me as though he had ever had to shave, for there was no more hair on his face than on a child’s. His hair was sandy in color and hung in beautiful waves to his shoulders, glistening more beautifully than any woman’s I’ve ever seen.”

Adamski then dropped another bomb to his Cambridge and Oxford audience. He said the aliens have been on Earth for centuries and argued that the “space people are the biblical angels.”

“The idea of angels having wings growing out of their shoulders and wearing long robes, was instilled in the minds of present-day people by the great artists who pictured them as such. The Bible has always described them as ordinary men from other worlds,” Adamski wrote in his book “Flying Saucers Farewell” that’s a part of today’s release of secret British UFO files.