Sacred Texts  Esoteric & Occult   Mysteries
Buy CD-ROM   Buy Books about UFOs
Index  Previous  Next 

Korean UFO

                 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
     ÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ *                                         * ÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ
                 *    L I T E R A R Y   F R E E W A R E    *
                 *                                         *
                 *           F O U N D A T I O N           *
     ÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ *                                         * ÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ
                 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
                  -=ð P R O U D L Y  í  P R E S E N T S ð=-
 >From: ur-valhalla!!jharding (JOHN E. HARDING)
 >Subject: Korean UFO
 >Date: Sun, 12 Nov 1995
 Let's suppose that you are a military telecommunications operator
 working a mid-night shift in a "Higher than Top Secret" military
 installation.  One morning you hear bells and whistles go off on
 your telecommunications equipment indicating that you are receiving
 "FLASH" traffic (message).  STOP --> A "What?"
 Explanation of Military Message Precedence:
      Critic Message      Prosign: W
      Handling time IMMEDIATELY... do not delay for ANY REASON,
      possible Act of Aggression against military personnel or
      installation. This message is ALWAYS forwarded to Heads
      of Government...yea the President!
      Flash Message       Prosign: Z
      Handling time 10 not delay for ANY REASON,
      possible Act of Aggression against military personnel or
      installation. This message is always forwarded to Commanding
      Officers (Generals and such..) in the immediate area to
      determine if immediate action is required. If deemed
      necessary it is also forwarded to the Heads of Government.
      Immediate Message   Prosign: O
      Handling time 30 minutes...Action pertaining to this message
      normally is given a precise time in which action MUST be
      taken. Action(s) may be precautionary measure(s) against
      possible Act of Aggression against military personnel or
      Priority Message    Prosign: P
      Handling time 2 hours...Action pertaining to this message
      is not normally handle in a "rush", but always handle BEFORE
      Routine Messages. It normally deals with the everyday
      dealings of military personnel or installation.
      Routine Message     Prosign: R
      Handling time 2 - 4 hours...This normally your "catch all"
      message. It's like your everyday mail...get to it when you
      can. It also normally deals with the everyday dealings of
      military personnel or installation.
 Now that you have been made aware of Military Message
 Precedences... I shall continue..
 You, the lonely old operator, stops what you were doing and turn
 your FULL attention to the "FLASH" message coming in.  You start
 doing the normal routine of tagging the message with a Time of
 Receipt (TOR), your operator's number (showing WHO was at the
 console when the message came in and who handle it).  The message
 is classed marked "Above Top Secret"...meaning it was a TOP SECRET
 message, but with the additional class mark codings made it "Above
 Top Secret!"  You start reading the message and see the class mark
 coding of "For Your Eyes Only" meaning the Commanding General.
 You reach over and press a red button, the area you are in now is
 secured... meaning "No One Allowed In Area" except you, not EVEN
 your immediate supervisors.  The Area supervisor (a GS-13) heads
 your direction and immediately stops upon seeing the security light
 flashing.  He knows better, but asks anyway, "What the Hell is
 going on?"  You tell him, "Call the General, he has FLASH TS traffic
 for his eyes only!"  He, the GS-13, asks "What's it about?"  You turn
 and stare at him... "Sorry Sir, for the General's eyes only!"
 (Damn civilian, wanted you to breach security!).  You turn away and
 continue your work, reading each line as it comes in.  Not only are
 you astonished, but a bit nervous, because you can read the message,
 but no one else is allowed to.  You actually try to tell yourself it's
 a Joke, but with each line of the printout, you know it's not!  It's
 an Official Military Report classed marked "HIGHER THAN TOP SECRET"
 and for the General's Eyes Only!
 The Report 1974:
 It was reported that at 0530 hours (ZULU) over a Highly Restricted
 Area in Korea an Unidentifiable Flying Object was hovering.  Many
 attempts (Voice Radio Transmissions) were made to inform the intruder
 that they were in a restricted area and must leave at once.  They, the
 military personnel, received no response to their order.  Intercept
 Helicopters were dispatched, but the UFO just out maneuvered them, yet
 staying in the restricted zone.  The intercept helicopters were order to
 stay their distance in case the UFO should decided to be come Hostile,
 yet maintain visual contact.  No one wanted an International Incident,
 in case this happen to be a craft of a foreign government.  According
 to the description of the craft, it was definitely not of a foreign
 government and surely not American made.
 The UFO descended lower, and fertile attempts by the military personnel
 to warn the UFO to get out of the restricted area failed.  The decision
 was made by the Commanding Officer at the site to "Shoot the UFO" out
 of the air.  Two ground to air missiles were fired!  They never reached
 their target.. two separate light beams came from the UFO and engulfed
 both of the missiles, the missiles disappeared into thin air.  Needless
 to say this was observed Not only by the Radar Operator, but by All
 personnel in the Communications Room, the Helicopter Crews, and many
 military personnel on the ground.  This event had a profound effect on
 many of the military personnel.
 The UFO came lower and lower, the missile crew evacuated their post
 afraid the UFO would destroy the missile launchers.  The Helicopters
 stayed their distance fully aware their weapons would be of no effect
 on the UFO observing on it's movements.  The UFO stopped just about
 center of the site approximately 5 feet above ground... doing nothing,
 yet maybe something.. observing and reporting?  The event lasted over
 20 minutes and as always (as in some reports) it just rose to the sky
 and disappeared at a high rate of speed.  It left in its wake many
 bewildered and frighten military personnel to include the Commanding
 Officer of that site.  Now came the difficult task of covering up the
 incident.  The report detailed what actions that would be taken with
 each and every military personnel to ensure that they NEVER speak or
 write about what had occurred.  Many of the military personnel, to
 include officers, requested an immediate reassignment on the same day
 of the incident.
 This Flash message came in five separate parts, meaning five messages
 detailing the entire incident.  You, the operator was responsible for
 ensuring the message was given the proper security classification
 markings and properly sealed in an official envelopes marked for the
 Commanding General.  Since you were the receiving operator, you were
 to "HAND" carry the envelopes and deliver them to No One Else except
 Commanding General.  You did what you were ordered to!  When you
 delivered them, you were asked by the Commanding General "You're
 obviously know the contents of these messages since you received them,
 and probably also read them.  You are aware of the Secret Act of the
 United States and you being in the Military are bond by its law military
 and civilian concerning what is in the best interest of National
 Security.  You are dismissed!"  All Telecommunications (paper tapes)
 references to include the ribbon and logs surrounding this event was
 removed from the area you worked in and by person(s) who did Not work
 in that area and were NOT assigned your military company and no one you
 worked with had Ever seen them before.
 If this sound a "FICTION", believe me it is NOT!
 If you think I am writing this for 'ENTERTAINMENT", I am NOT!
 I was that Military Telecommunications Operator on Duty that day.
 I was the one to receive the report and read it's entire contents.
 I was the one who had to stamp and log each and every part of that
 report in.  I had to seal them in military government envelopes and
 hand carry them to the Commanding General.
 John Harding
 E-Mail Address:
 Sysop - U-FO INFO BBS (GTPN Net/Node 009/005)
 Phoenix, AZ (602) 306-1345
 ... the next war will be an interplanetary war. -Gen. Douglas MacArthur

Next: Acquisition of Advanced Technology and Interaction with Alien Cultures (Part 1)