Monday, April 06, 2015

Before Christ...

Hope all had a great Easter/Passover. Oh! BTW as always I have 2 b provocative. So, i'll leave u with a little Meso-American history & the reason why the Aztec natives saw no reason to adopt the Spaniard's version of the crucified Christ. As u can plainly see: THEY ALREADY HAD ONE named Quetzalcoatl for thousands of years.
-Daniel aka Obsidan


Thursday, April 02, 2015

Happy Birthday Marguerite!...

& on this day, 28 years ago, my daughter, Marguerite Daniele Canada was born. Here's the scoop! She was supposed to arrive April 1st (which would've made her an "April Fools" baby). But she was smarter than us & waited until 12:40 am, April 2nd to come into the world. I love you always, my dearest daughter, Marguerite. may you always be blessed!
-Daniel aka Obsidian

Monday, February 16, 2015

A Must See Interview...

A marvelous interview with Dr. J. Allen Hynek on UFOs. A must see.
-Daniel aka Obsidian


Friday, February 13, 2015

More Hardcore UFO Evidence...

Dr. J. Allen Hynek (past Chairman of the Astronomy Department of Northwestern University) served as the scientific consultant to US Air Force's official UFO investigation, initially the secret Project SIGN and later the well-known Project "Blue Book". He did field-investigations and talked to claimed UFO eye-witnesses for 2 decades (between 1948-1969). Starting out as a skeptic, who tried to "explain away" the phenomenon (in an attempt to explain the Michigan 1966 sightings, Hynek came up with the infamous "swamp gas" idea, which became something of a national joke), he later became convinced of the UFO reality and admitted that Project Blue Book had misled the public. His work and findings were used by Director Steven Spielberg for the movie "Close Encounters of the Third Kind."

-Daniel aka Obsidian

 

Thursday, February 12, 2015

More UFO Evidence...

Some UFO evidence with four-way confirmation: ground visual, ground radar, airborne visual and airborne radar -- as early as 1950s, watch LtCol Brown NPCC 2001 testimony, who worked in the US Air Force's Office of Special Investigations on project Grudge, the precursor to Project Bluebook. Such radar/visual UFO are considered by experts as being worth further investigation.

-Daniel/Obsidian

 

Testimony from Credible Witnesses...

Ufo Testimony, supported by declassified documents from the US National Archives, US Navy pilot Cmdr Graham Bethune describes the encounter with a huge 90m (300ft) discoid UFO in 1951 on the way back from a classified mission to Iceland: "We had 31 people [relief crews] on board and a psychiatrist, plus the crew. We all witnessed it"

I invite you all to check it out! 
-Daniel/Obsidian

 

Friday, January 30, 2015

A Tribute to One of the 20th Century's Greatest Scientist...



Dr. J. Allen Hynek - Brief Biography          
Summary: A brief biography of Dr. J. Allen Hynek, the father of scientific ufology.


Dr. J. Allen Hynek (1910-1986)

Dr. Hynek was born in Chicago in 1910. He received bachelor and doctorate of science degrees in physics and astronomy from the University of Chicago in 1931 and 1935 respectively. While working on his doctorate he was a fellow of the Yerkes Observatory in Williams Bay, Wisconsin.

From 1936 to 1941, Dr. Hynek was an instructor and assistant professor of physics and astronomy at Ohio State University. From 1941 to 1946 he supervised technical reports in applied physics at John Hopkins University. He went back to Ohio State in 1946 to become a full professor in physics and astronomy.

For five years ending in 1960, Dr. Hynek was associate director of the Smithsonian Institution’s Astrophysics Observatory in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He was head of the optical satellite tracking program. During this period he lectured at Harvard University.

Dr. Hynek became the Chairman of the Astronomy Department and director of the Dearaborn Observatory at the Evanston campus of Northwestern University. His specialty was the chemical composition of he stellar atmosphere. He pressed very hard for Northwestern to procure a modern astronomical telescope in order to spare students extensive travel to do advance research. He retired from teaching in 1973.

His legendary career in the study of UFO phenomena began in 1948 at Ohio State when he was asked by the Air Force to act as astronomical consultant to Project Blue Book - a role he carried out for 20 years. In 1966, after a rash of sightings in Michigan, he went to the area to take charge of the investigation. After interviewing scores of people he ascribed certain sightings to luminous marsh gas rather than something from space. In a wonderful example of irony, the infamous "swamp gas" flap had a major impact on the level of skepticism toward government investigations and prompted many amateurs to become citizen investigators.

In due course Dr. Hynek became disenchanted with the intentions and methodology of the Air Force. When Project Blue Book was closed, he voiced this concern, continued his work privately and eventually founded the Center for UFO Studies (CUFOS) in 1973. By then Dr. Hynek had executed a 180 degree turn in his views on the subject - one of the most famous such reversals in history.

Dr. Hynek wrote several books and published the International UFO Reporter. It was he who formulated the encounter classification scheme made famous in Close Encounters of the Third Kind.

A reporter once suggested to him he might be remembered not as an astronomer but as the man who made UFOs respectable. He replied, "I wouldn’t mind. If I can succeed in making the study of UFOs scientifically respectable and do something constructive in it, then I think that would be a real contribution."

He died of a brain tumor on April 27, 1986.

Were it not for the challenging (to the mainstream community) content of the science of this phenomena, Dr. J. Allen Hynek would already be widely recognized as one of the most important scientists of the twentieth century.

Content assistance from CUFOS

Personal Note: This author heard Dr. Hynek speak at a small gathering in Denver, Colorado just a month or two before he died. He was obviously not well and had difficulty formulating his thoughts. He did not mention his illness and persevered to give a fine presentation of the state of the evidence at that time. He worked up until the last moment because he believed in what he was doing and knew he was right.

I have dedicated this website to him and all the others researchers who refused to be dissuaded from going where others fear to thread. They are collectively the Galileo of our time.

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

On MLK...

OK. To my friends out here, who doubt the veracity of the  claim that the late Dr. Martin Luther King's assassination was NOT a conspiracy/cover-up, I have gone through the pains of scaring up this video-with the evidence presented. Please take the time to view it & i welcome any feedback/comments from you on the subject. Bon Appetito!
 -Daniel aka Obsidian