Wednesday, June 15, 2011

NSA Declassifies A Report On ET Communications? This IS Interesting!

NSA Declassifies Report on 'Extraterrestrial Communications'

By Ridge Shan
Epoch Times Staff
Created: Jun 8, 2011Last Updated: Jun 9, 2011
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The National Security Agency (NSA) headquarters at Fort Meade, Maryland, as seen from the air in January 2010. (Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images)
The National Security Agency (NSA) declassified reports describing its attempts to decipher what it describes as a “radio message” received from outer space.

A document on “Extraterrestrial Communications” by Dr. Howard H. Campaigne describes NSA efforts to interpret and mathematically decode the message. It states, “Recently a series of radio messages was heard coming from outer space. The transmission was not continuous but was cut by pauses into pieces which could be taken as units, for they were repeated over and over again.”

The report includes the NSA transcription of the message, using letters of the alphabet as designated place holders for the different variations in the message. “Each message except the first is given here only once,” it states. “The serial number of the message has been supplied for each reference.”

A related document details NSA efforts to decipher the meaning of the extraterrestrial communications, stating "At every step of the solution we make a guess at the meaning."

Both reports are included in a a recently declassified NSA collection of more than 50,000 pages of documents detailing cryptology, early computer development, intelligence documents, and numerous other topics in archives ranging from before World War 1 to the 1960s on June 8th.

Among them are several dozen documents on UFOs, “located in response to the numerous requests received by NSA on the subject of Unidentified Flying Objects (UFO).” The NSA websites states the documents are related to the 1980 civil litigation, “Citizens Against Unidentified Flying Objects Secrecy v. National Security Agency.”

Other documents include old press articles covering UFO sightings, reports, or fantastical stories of imminent alien invasion that were examined and kept in possession of the NSA. Many sightings describe the UFOs as “probably a balloon,” but are heavily censored with large blacked out segments.

They include sightings by Communications Intelligence and COMNAVSECGRU, Naval Security Group Command, as well as UFO sighting reports by the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Department of State, and the Navy.
Among them is an Air Force research report regarding the “Roswell Incident,” a Defense Documentation Center bibliography of UFO reports, and other documents on UFO-related research.
Source: Epoch Times

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8 June 2011
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The National Security Agency Releases Over 50,000 Pages of Declassified Documents

The National Security Agency (NSA) announces today that it has declassified and released to the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) over 50,000 pages of historic records. These records cover a time-frame from before World War I through the 1960s.
This release of documents is the first in a series of releases planned over the next two years as part of NSA/CSS’s commitment to meeting the requirements outlined in the President’s 21 January 2009 Memorandum on Openness and Transparency in Government (Executive Order 13526).
Highlights of this release include:
  • Manuals, charts, and other documents on the development of early computer systems at NSA/CSS, including the HARVEST. This innovative system was developed with IBM and was in use from 1962 to 1976;
  • Early publications on cryptography, including Cryptology: Instruction Book on the Art of Secret Writing from 1809;
  • Documents from World War II, including previously unreleased German documents from the Target Intelligence Committee (TICOM).
The released documents will be maintained by NARA and available for review at the National Archives at College Park, 8601 Adelphi Road, College Park, Maryland. A list of the documents is available on NSA’s Declassification and Transparency Webpage.
Since the records were physically transferred to NARA, NSA is no longer the custodian and does not maintain copies of the records for release under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). Information about conducting research at NARA is available on the National Archives Website.

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