Saturday 5 May 2018

UFO Truth Magazine- Issue 30

UFO Truth Magazine Issue 30 is now available. It can be purchased on this page as a single copy, but please subscribe and save money if you want to read it regularly, see:
Issue 30 includes an article in my column entitled Pre-Roswell Crash-Retrievals.

Also you will find in Issue 30: an obituary of Art Bell by Gary Heseltine, new witnesses to a 1974 sighting by Dave Hodrien, Abduction beginnings by Bill Chalker and much much more.
Also in this HPANWO Show programme I interview the UFO Truth's editor Gary Heseltine:
See here for details on UFO Truth Magazine Issue 29:


Cliff said...

RIP, he reminds me of John Shuttleworth:

Kindest regards


Ben Emlyn-Jones said...

John Shuttleworth is brilliant!

Arm said...

Hi Ben, great blog, great thoughts, greatness personified. May I ask you a question about disclosure please? Please don't think me flippant, it is not my intention to belittle such an important subject. So I ask this, you want disclosure, presumably from Trump or May. But what if Adama Barrow, or Ismaïl Omar Guelleh presidents of The Gambia and Djibouti respectively came together to declare disclosure? Would you take these two men seriously as you would Trump? If not then why not? It seems funny how spottings mainly get seen over the UK and USA. Surely they should even out across the globe?

Just curious


Ben Emlyn-Jones said...

Hi Aem.
Thanks very much :-)
Yes I would take them seriously. UFO's are a global phenomenon. They are not just seen in the UK and USA. It's just that in those countries they tend to be reported more often.
All the best.

Arm said...

Hi, I don't understand that last comment you make. Why would UFOs get reported less in countries outside the US and UK? Is this because you don't understand the language barriers? Surely if there are UFOs then they should be seen uniformly across the globe. Do countries such as Brazil and South Africa not have the internet or a media network? Maybe this is people seeing what they want to see and others having the intelligence to know the difference between a normal aircraft and something unexplainable.

So what counts as an official report of a UFO? Is there a league table across the world of official reportings? I think this is where your argument breaks down because like I said there should be an equal number of reports for every single square km^2 across the globe. You're like the 11th batsman going out to bat in the last session of a test match in the Ashes with fading light with you and your partner needing 100 runs off 100 balls to save the match. And bear in mind your partner is batting at tenth and your combined average is under 15. You have no chance but you can hope. I think that is all you have in UFOlogy; just loads of hope and very little science.

Still, all the best


Ben Emlyn-Jones said...

Hi Arm.
The answer is fact has a lot to do with cultural acceptance. If you look at HPANWO Voice you'll see I cover many UFO and alien cases from parts of the world where they're not normally reported.