- Kennedy then asked for all files on "Unknowns"
to be turned over the NASA authorities and an interim report be forwarded
to the White House no later than Feb.1, 1964."
- Robert D. Morningstar sent me this memo from JFK...which
was drafted just before he was assassinated. Morningstar is one of the
leading authorities on the conspiracy behind the November 22 assassination,
and through his research he has obtained many relevant documents.
- You might want to post the following (Morningstar told
me to post it far and wide). I have put this document on my AOP_TOC webpage
(bottom) at: http://www.monmouth.com/~bcornet/aop_toc.htm
- Yours truly, Bruce Cornet, Ph.D. email@example.com
Geologist and Paleobotanist
- President John F. Kennedy may have had more than the
usual knowledge about UFOs, according to several credible sources.
- Further support for Kennedy's high-level knowledge regarding
UFOs came from a former steward aboard Air Force One who told of a cryptic
remark by President Kennedy.
- Bill Holden, who also served as loadmaster for Air Force
One, traveled with Kennedy to Europe in the summer of 1963. He said a UFO
conference in Bonn, Germany, prompted a discussion of the subject aboard
the President's plane one morning.
- Holden said he turned to Kennedy and asked, "What
do you think about UFOs, Mr. President?" He said Kennedy became quite
serious and thought for a moment before replying, "I'd like to tell
the public about the alien situation, but my hands are tied."
- A controversial MJ-12 document titled "Interplanetary
Phenomenon Unit Summary," noted Kennedy's insider knowledge. This
document, apparently written soon after the crashes in New Mexico during
July 1947, states, "It has become known to CIC [Counter Intelligence
Corps] that some of the recovery operation was shared with Representative
John F. Kennedy, Massachusetts Democrat elected to Congress in '46, Son
of Joseph P. Kennedy, Commission on Organization of the Executive Branch
of the Government. [Jack] Kennedy had limited duty as naval officer assigned
to Naval Intelligence during the war. It is believed that information [concerning
the Roswell crashes] was obtained from [a] source in Congress who is close
to [the] Secretary for Air Force." Kennedy was the only Congressmen
named who was aware of the truth of the Roswell incidents at the time.
- Yet another document appears to be a memorandum written
from President Kennedy to the director of the CIA regarding "Classification
review of all UFO intelligence files affecting National Security."
In this memo, Kennedy stated, ". . .I have initiated [blacked out]
and have instructed [then NASA Administrator] James Webb to develop a program
with the Soviet Union in joint space and lunar exploration. It would be
very helpful if you would have the high threat cases reviewed with the
purpose of identification of bona fide as opposed to classified CIA and
USAF sources. It is important that we make a clear distinction between
the knowns and unknowns in the event the Soviets try to mistake our extended
cooperation as a cover for intelligence gathering of their defense and
space programs." Kennedy then asked for all files on "Unknowns"
to be turned over the NASA authorities and an interim report be forwarded
to the White House no later than Feb.1, 1964.
- This document which clearly showed a president about
to make UFO secrets available to wider circles in government and, hence,
probably available to the public was dated Nov. 12, 1963, just 10 days
before his Nov. 22 assassination in Dallas.
- Desperately clinging to their UFO-free mindset, debunkers
question this document's authenticity while an unquestionably authentic
document has been found in the John F. Kennedy Library.
- National Security Action Memorandum No. 271 is titled
"Cooperation with the USSR in Outer Space Matters" and is addressed
to the Administrator of NASA, at that time James Webb.
- This signed memo does not mention UFOs specifically,
nevertheless, Kennedy instructs Webb to "assume personally the initiative
and central responsibility within the Government for the development of
a program of substantive cooperation with the Soviet Union in the field
of outer space, including the development of specific technical proposals."
Kennedy added that this plan was a direct result of "my September
20 proposal for broader cooperation between the United States and the USSR
in outer space, including cooperation in lunar landing programs."
- This incredible document was also dated Nov. 12, 1963,
but who in 1963 would have believed that the United States and the Soviet
Union would have been engaging in cooperative joint space operations? The
White House log of that day showed that beginning at 2 p.m. Kennedy had
lunch and then "no official appointments" but "conferred
with various staff members during the afternoon." Obviously on this
day, Kennedy had more than enough time to deal with space matters.
- Also obvious is the fact that this apparent attempt to
cooperate with the USSR ended with Kennedy's death in Dallas. On through
the administration of Ronald Reagan, we were still warned against the "evil
empire" and the costly Cold War continued.
- Opponents to JFK became frantic over his attempts to
alter the course of previous U.S. policies. According to one knowledgeable
source, Kennedy played a dangerous game, ". . .after making it clearly
evident that he was not prepared to support action against the communists
in the normal sense - plans to withdraw troops from South Vietnam - plans
to fracture or abolish portions of the CIA; plans for expansion to the
Justice System; failure to support the Bay of Pigs [invasion]; and a desire
to share some of our most sensitive secrets with the Russians and Chinese
- space borne platforms, etc. . .All during a time when his popularity
was growing in leaps and bounds with the American public - a President
who did not enjoy majority support at his election. A very dangerous situation,
leaving few methods for control beyond assassination."
- This same source went on to say, "I believe John
F. Kennedy was appraised of, and had access to, sufficient classified information,
to have personally come to the conclusion that UFOs and therefore possible
alien life-forms were possibly extant within our solar system. . .I think
Kennedy certainly came to this conclusionand was looking to demonstrate
not only mankind's ability to come together for a common goal, but to formally
demonstrate we could enter and conquer space as a species. Back then, some
would have seen this as either crazy (if they had no access to the material)
or (if they had access) very premature and possibly dangerous."
- A whole JFK issue evolved around his planned speech at
the Dallas Trade Mart, the destination of his ill-fated motorcade on Nov.
22, 1963. Several researchers and some tabloids have claimed that he planned
to change his scheduled talk and referred to handwritten notes, which may
have included comments regarding UFOs. These notes have never been made
public and so continue to be fodder for theorists.
- Spurred on by such tantalizing bits of evidence, some
researchers even claimed that Kennedy's assassination was to prevent him
from revealing the news of extraterrestrial visitation to the public.
- While this theory is certainly unproved and probably
untrue, his willingness to end the Cold War and share our knowledge of
outer space with our perceived enemies may have been the straw that broke
the back of those within the Military-Industrial (and Intelligence) Complex.
This group already thought the young president was "soft on communism"
and a danger to their command and control structure.
- With all the evidence now at hand, there can be little
doubt that President Kennedy may have known more about UFOs than is generally
- If you would like to learn more factual information regarding
UFOs and the U.S. Government's program of denial and ridicule, read Alien
Agenda. And don't miss Jim Marrs' new e-book on the U. S. Army's top-secret
remote viewing program titled Psi Spies. Both are available right here
at AlienZoo. If you are interested in how UFOs connect to the "New
World Order," be sure a get a copy of Jim Marrs' latest book, Rule
by Secrecy, now available in finer bookstores everywhere and online from
- ©2000 AlienZoo, Inc.
Commentary On John F. Kennedy And UFOs
- From Robert M. Collins firstname.lastname@example.org
- Jim Marrs, in his original article, mentions a witness
named Bill Holden. I never heard of such a person until last year, 1999,
when Bill Hamilton of Skywatch asked me about him. Bill said he would send
me a tape that contained a number of Holden's speeches. I listened to the
tape but didn't know quite what to think so I forwarded the tape to sources
who gave me the following feedback:
- They didn't think Holden was telling the truth for the
- 1) A loadmaster does not have direct access to the President
and certainly doesn't just "start up a conversation." The father
of one of my sources said he checked an old personnel roster of persons
close to the President and Holden was not on the list. Anyone coming close
to the President is on a list and that person is watched.
- 2) Another story on the tape was about watching a "contact"
meeting take place between a General and an Alien in a canyon area while
Holden just sat on a bus watching. I was informed that would never of happened.
Those "contact" meetings were held under very strict security
and one couldn't just casually watch a meeting. Also, my contacts couldn't
find Holden's name on any list...and nobody could remember him.
- For those documents that Jim Marrs refers to please see
line 6 at the url below. http://home.earthlink.net/~rcollins633/reports/kennedy_assassins_.htm
- Also, please note that all those documents originally
came from Tim Cooper which he seldom gets credit for. _____
- From Robert M. Collins <email@example.com 6-10-00
- FYI...Monroe had a DOD ID card ? You won't see this on
the evening news folks.....
- -------- Original Message --------
- Subject: President John F. Kennedy and UFOs
From: "TIMOTHY S. COOPER" firstname.lastname@example.org
To: "Robert M. Collins" email@example.com
- I have it from a very reliable source that JFK did fly
out to an AFB to personally watch a unidentified bogie track from an aircraft
under tight AP security which got no press coverage sometime in 1962. Kennedy
did go to WSMR/Holloman AFB for some kind of tour and briefing but I don't
have the date for it.
- Marrs told me JFK was scheduled to visit WSMR/Holloman
ADC while on his Texas trip in November 1963. One Holloman document I have
mentions a cancelled NSA project that was re-started in early 1964 but
does not give details.
- I am convinced that Marilyn Monroe was silenced and RFK
was seen in a car with Peter Lawford by L.A.P.D. speeding to LAX on the
day she was killed and I bet he wanted to make sure she didn't talk to
the press regarding what she wrote in her little red diary which disappeared
from the L.A. Coroner's office the day after her body was brought in for
- On that same note, Nick Pope has CIA files on Dorothy
Kilgallen which relate how she was asked to find out what she could on
the UFO scene and probably talked to Monroe about what JFK knew. She was
found dead in her NY apartment shortly after she interviewed Jack Ruby
in prison. Coincidence? I think not.
- The August 3, 1962 CIA/Monroe wire tap document given
to me in 1992 draws some powerful connections to JFK, RFK, the Roswell
1947 incident, and NASA (which Kilgallen is mentioned talking about Monroe
and the Kennedy brothers). There's a connection somewhere in all of this
and I am working on it right now. I do know this, the FBI and the CIA kept
records on Monroe, the Kennedys, and Kilgallen (Monroe had a DOD ID card).
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