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The 1964 Socorro Event coming to a bookstore near you

Sunday, August 6, 2017 14:49
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As some of you may know, my dear pal Kevin Randle has a new book about the 1964 Socorro/Lonnie Zamora UFO episode coming out in October. (It’s already promoted on Amazon.)
A fresh look at the odd sighting is quite okay with me, as it either represents a bona fide alien landing, a U.S. military experiment (my preference), or a prank (the Tony Bragalia view).
There is no other speculation that works. Lonnie Zamora wasn’t hallucinating nor hoxing nor drunk (as Mr. Bragalia once hinted).
The “sighting” is rich in detail and has been superbly recounted by many, now with a renewed view by Mr. Randle at hand.
In conjunction with this new endeavor by Kevin, I saw in a cursory view of Luis Gonzalez exquisite evaluation of the once hopped-up UMMO incidents that he (Luis) mentioned Jacques Vallee thought the Socorro symbol was a rendition of the Arabic sign for Venus.
This one?
Or this one?
And there are two renditions of the insignia on the Socorro “craft”:
Which one is the real one? Mr. Randle will broach the topic in his upcoming book.
But why would Monsieur Vallee think that either of the proffered symbols looks like the Arabic symbol for Venus?
Whatever was on the egg-shaped thing Police Officer Zamora saw could not come from an alien (extraterrestrial) species.
I’ve provided my views, many times on this, after studying the evolution of writing by humans (on this planet).
Any writing that originated with alien civilizations would be unrecognizable as such by us (Earthlings). The 2016 movie Arrival dealt with this but, moreover, writing or depictions that may be akin to human writings, from an extraterrestrial species, would in no way have a similarity to anything created on this planet.
The evolutionary contingencies that created human writing would not be the same for an alien (extraterrestrial) civilization.
Any designation that smacked of or resembled a human symbolic endeavor would have to a spoof or joke by those who created the egg-shaped “craft” – Howard Hughes techies as I see it. (Or, perhaps, pranksters from the New Mexico University that Anthony Bragalia sees as the hooligans.)
But let’s see what Kevin Randle’s take on this is…
RR – The UFO Iconoclast(s)


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