FIGHTER PLANE COLLIDES WITH UFO

On April 26, 1990, the Plejaran Jshwish Ptaah gave the following, yet unofficial, explanation regarding a fighter plane crash with a UFO. The collision took place on December 2, 1970, along the North Vietnam and Laos border. The unfortunate accident involved U.S. Air Force Lieutenant-Colonel Anthony Shine, a 33 year old American fighter pilot, and occurred when Shine’s plane entered into the material-deflecting, protective shield of an extraterrestrial flying device from Ursan as he manoeuvered in dense clouds. The Ursans belong to the Plejaran confederation and were, at the time, on a monitoring flight in that region, where they were observing the war stratagems. Due to their flying craft’s material-deflection shield and their related invisibility, the Ursans presumed themselves to be in a safe location, particularly because this material deflection belt causes any solid or ray-like matter to deflect from it, and its range was effective over an area of several hundred meters. The UFO crew members noticed the fast-flying American fighter plane, but when the plane suddenly went into a rapid, steep climb into the clouds, it entered the deflection shield area and touched it with its right wing tip, which was shattered by the impact. The entire wing became deformed and rendered the plane’s steering capability useless. The aircraft veered sideways and ultimately crashed. The pilot ejected to safety, assuming he had been shot at and hit by enemy ground defense. The Ursans observed Anthony Shine as he floated to the ground by his parachute; unfortunately, he was then captured and held prisoner by the [North Vietnamese] enemy.

Billy
source: http://www.futureofmankind.co.uk/

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