Re: UFO Sighting Sites
From: Terry Blanton <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Thu, 04 Mar 1999 14:29:18 -0500
Fwd Date: Thu, 04 Mar 1999 15:28:11 -0500
Subject: Re: UFO Sighting Sites
Following is an excerpt from a message by Jim Shaffer on the
VortexC listserver. The topic is gravitometric or torsion
fields as they relate to UFO propulsion systems. I'm curious if
anyone on this list has heard of Lew Tery.
Let's change direction for a moment. One individual by the name
of Lew Tery has been working on some ideas regarding UFOs and
geomagnetic anomalies. I will go into what he has discovered
(although the concept of the relationship is not new) and let
you judge that for yourself.
After purchasing aeromagnetic and gravitational anomaly maps
from the United States Geological Survey, it becomes evident
that there was indeed a valid connection between these areas and
UFOs. Mr. Tery gave a lecture in Arizona about that
relationship, and was subsequently harassed by the FBI, and told
that the information is "sensitive." Mr. Tery took the hint and
declined to talk publicly about it to the degree that he had
Both the aeromagnetic and gravitational (Bougier Gravity) maps
indicate basic field strength, as well as areas of high and low
field strength. Interestingly enough, the areas of maximum and
minimum field strength have the following:
o All have frequent UFO sightings.
o All are either on Indian Reservations, governmentland, or the
government is trying to buy up the land.
o Many of them, especially where several are clusteredtogether,
are suspected bases areas and/or areaswhere mutilations and
abductions have historicallytaken place.
In these observations, Mr. Tery has gone far, but he has gone a
little farther in noting that there are times when the UFOs are
seen in these areas. Through painstaking research, Mr. Tery
found that the sightings, as well as many abductions and
o On the new moon or within two days before the new moon.
o On the full moon or within two days before the full moon.
o At the perihelion (moon closest to earth) or within two days
before the perihelion.
A glance at the nearest farmers' almanac will give you the
information you require as far as the days for this year or any
other one. There seems to be no concrete explanation for the
coincidence of the times and the events, but it is true.
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