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UFO Abduction From Undersea

UFO Abduction From Undersea
Catalog # SKU2073
Publisher InnerLight/Global
Weight 1.00 lbs
Author Name Virgilio Sanchez-Ocejo


UFO Abduction
From Undersea

Virgilio Sanchez-Ocejo

They come by land, sea and air.

They come in all shapes and sizes.

UFOs have been appearing in the heavens since the beginning of recorded history. Thousands of sightings have been made. Hundreds of credible witnesses have experienced close encounters of the first, second and third kind. Yet, forgotten amongst the many dozens of always fascinating accounts are the sightings made at sea. USOs have following our ocean faring vessels, and have been known to light up the sea at night as they head for their "home away from home."

This book by Wendelle Stevens and Dr Virgillio Sanchez-Ocejo proves that under water UFOs have taken abductees to hidden, oceanic bases for examination and reprogramming. They have shown them other-worldly scenes and events that are set to transpire. The occupants of these USOs seemingly feel safer as they navigate the depths of the oceans out of the way of our military and spying media eyes. Come along on this exciting voyage.

Timothy Green Beckley


What exactly is a USO? The acronym stands for Unidentified Submerged Object, or alternately, Unidentified Submarine Object. USOs have been reported throughout history, dating as far back as the journey across the Atlantic of Christopher Columbus. While they are seen much less frequently than the aboveground Unidentified Flying Objects, they are nevertheless observed often enough to warrant extensive study as a related phenomenon.

According to the online encyclopedia Wikipedia, "A USO is defined as any object or optical or mechanical detection phenomenon of unknown origin observed underwater that remains unidentified even after thorough investigation. Many sightings of USOs constituting 'typical' UFOs emerging from the water are seen as a subset of the latter rather than the former.

Although identifying unidentified flying objects and dispelling mistaken ideas about them have typically been important to the military as a national security issue, the comparatively rare USO sightings have not been reported as national security threats or caused the form of sensation that typical UFO sightings often have."

In other words, USOs are not viewed by the government with the same uneasiness that their flying counterparts are. Why that is so is one of those mysteries of the classified world that remains unknown at this point, though the USO phenomenon itself clearly springs from the same source as UFOs. (Conversely, it can be argued that there are several USO cases in the files of the now defunct Project Blue Book that do indicate an awareness and interest on the part of the government.)

In an interview conducted by this writer, nuclear physicist and world-renowned UFO researcher Stanton Friedman put the USO phenomenon in a nutshell this way:

"There have been a number of reports over the years of objects that do several things," Friedman said. "Navy submarines have apparently seen things moving along much faster than they can underwater, without coming in or going out. Others have seen UFOs come down in the water and move around and then take off from the water. And there have been reports of things that just come bursting forth out of the water."

Researcher and author Don Ledger, best known for his book on the Shag Harbor incident, called "Dark Object: The World's Only Government-Documented UFO Crash" (2001) and coauthored with Chris Styles, also spoke openly. Ledger talked about his early days, some thirty years ago, when he was taking courses in marine navigational aids and radar. In the course of his training, Ledger spoke to a man at a sonar shop in Shearwater, at a naval base in Halifax, Canada.

"He was working as a repairman for the navy on sonar," Ledger recalled. "I asked him, 'Did you ever see anything unusual down there, like whales or something besides submarines?' And he said, 'Oh, yeah, every once in a while we'll run across something that seems to be moving way too fast for a submarine.' I said, 'What do you mean by fast?' and he said, 'Well, one time we recorded one going about 150 miles an hour underwater. That's impossible.' So I said was there something wrong with the equipment? He said, no, the equipment all checked out.

"But he says, 'That's not the first time, and it won't be the last time that's happened. I said, 'What do you make of it?' And he said, 'I don't know what to make of it.'"

The sonar repairman also commented on the great depths the USO had reached. "This thing seemed to be down a couple of miles," Ledger said, "and the guy said that there's nothing we have that can get even close to getting down there that far let alone travel at 150 miles an hour. So they're more than hydrodynamic. They're also able to maintain that pressure without killing their occupants."

Ledger offered the opinion that the objects are likely surrounded by an energy field that operates equally well both in the air and underwater.

"They're probably in an envelope all their own," he said. "It doesn't really matter how deep these things go. It probably doesn't affect them whatsoever."

230+ pages - 10¾ x 8¼ softcover

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