New French Aerospace Report Endorses Reality of UFOs
Toronto ON Canada August 19, 2010 - (ZNN) (https://sites.google.com/site/zlandcommunications/home)
The mounting number of accredited aeronautical agencies and international investigative organizations endorsing the reality of the UFO phenomenon continues to grow.
Joining this list is the Sigma/3AF Commission, the Aeronautical & Astronomical Association of France, known as the 3AF which established a Commission on Unidentified Aerial Phenomena back in May 2008.
The French 3AF progress report states in part: “No natural phenomenon can account for the majority of observation reports accompanied by electromagnetic detections made by one or several radars. Both the defence services and air traffic control have been confronted a number of times around the world with unknown aerial intrusions or artificially induced phenomena.”
The report goes on to say: “The behavior of these devices during encounters with fighter jets or interceptors – some have participated in real swirling battles in the U.S. – suggests they are controlled, guided or led by particularly sophisticated automation… the air superiority of the craft concerned, if they are indeed crafts, is such that none of the many interceptions which have been made against them, in the United States for example, have been able to overcome one of these devices.”
The 3AF report unambiguously indicates: “…remarkable accelerations of the craft right after a stationary mode…” and then concludes: “We feel that we must reject the thesis of a terrestrial origin for all the observations made since World War Two. Indeed, if a nation of the world had been able to secretly develop such an armada of exotic craft, like those observed for more than half a century, the means of analysis and strategic logistics available would have permitted their rapid identification. The illegal over-flights which they have been guilty of conducting could constitute a casus belli [cause for war].”
Finally, the experts at 3AF state: “…the above features suggest that in many cases the devices detected, far from being unidentified, are easily recognizable by the aerial defence agencies as part of a technology far ahead of ours.”