Wednesday, 18 February 2009

Canada also release UFO files to the Public
















So now Canada has releases UFO files, for everyone to see.
In the Honolulu Exopolitics Examiner (Posted february 16th 2009) " Canada releases UFO X-files to the world "
" A total of 9500 digitized documents spanning the years 1947 to the early 1980s have been made available through the Library and archives Canada website " (extract from article).

Later down in the comments it mentions:
" The bulk of the files presently on archive (approx 7700) were released by at least 1988 in 16 mm microfilm. One could go to their local library in Canada or the U.S. and order the 16mm microfilm to view through the library scanners. What's new here is that all these old files, along with almost 2000 released since the first release around 1988 are now available online. The Library and Archives Canada webpage states that the creation of its UFO webpage was in October 2007, and files have been added since then. Now a total of 9500 files are available. What's new here is not so much the content of the files, but that they have all been made available through the internet " (extract from exopolitics in comments).

I'm glad because i thought i was cracking up, and remember seeing this website last year, but as has been said above, these have been added too (when i went to the website, it only had a few cases online).
However, there still seems to be a debate as to when this was actually put online?

The information can be seen at collections Canada and also here (for the main information).

2 comments:

  1. Thanks for the link, very cool.

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  2. Thanks Bob... for all those who are not aware, he has a great site at http://blackholesandastrostuff.blogspot.com/ and well worth having a look at.

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