Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Black Triangles and UFOs, Part Two

An examination of the origins of the mysterious UFO’s known as Black Triangles.

Black Triangle UFO’s are perhaps the most interesting and mysterious of all types of UFO’s because of their shape, size, and matching design features that the military have been experimenting on for years. Most of these UFO triangles have been seen way before 1980 and are more prevalent today than ever. Most Ufologist believe these to be possibly US military experimental aircraft, but reports of similar shape UFO’s go back all the way to the 1940’s. Oddly enough, just before the end of the war with Germany, the Nazi regime were working on the Me-163 and the Horten 229 (a swept-wing or triangle shape bomber-jet.). It is common knowledge that many German scientist after the war fled to the United States and Russia, and were able to continued their work to develop jet planes and incorporate the once top-secret swept-wing designs.

In the 1950’s and 1960’s saw an escalation of special high-tech and top-secret projects being conducted by Naval Intelligence, U.S.A.F., U.S. Army, and the CIA, all in the name of defense. During the Cold War hysteria at that time all branches of the US government’s intelligence community were on high alert to construct newer and faster interceptors or reconnaissance craft. Early designs like the huge flying-wing (the YB-49 and XB-47) were large and impressive, but these were ultimately abandon. Secret Projects: Flying Wings and Tailless Aircraft

Experiments were later conducted on all types of shapes and power sources to essentially to get higher and faster in the atmosphere. Most projects were under the special Black Ops ( Black Operations, a military covert operation typically so secret as to be deniable) programs and were never leaked to the public. However, some projects were made declassified and unrestricted to the masses. The Avro Corporation headed by John Frost in the late 1950’s was developing saucer-shape jet aircraft for the U.S.A.F. and U.S. Army. The military claims to have discarded this design too, but many skeptics believe that the military actually build better designs secretly, and have flown them. If seen from an untrained observer of what they are seeing, than one would take it as a UFO.

The CIA director Allen Dulles in 1954 wanted a spy plane capable of flying higher and faster than the U-2. The result is the Lockheed SR-71. The SR-71 a.k.a. the Blackbird is an advance, long range, Mach 3+ strategic reconnaissance aircraft flying at 85,000 feet. The SR-71 flew between 1964 and was first decommissioned in 1989 due to political pressure, but flew again in the late 1990’s, ending service in 1999. The SR-71 is very striking in appearance and has an impressive record of never being shot down by enemy missiles, the Blackbird simply would out fly them. The SR-71 doesn’t have the shape of the typical triangle UFO‘s, but as more reports came flooding in the 1980’s, Ufologist began an intensive investigation on what kind of craft was invading the skies across the globe. Lockheed SR-71: The Secret Missions Exposed

The Staffordshire, England case lead to a lot of unanswered questions directed to parliament regarding a sudden profusion of triangle UFO’s reports in 1988 and continued into the 1990's. Reports keep coming in to this day of the Black Triangles flying all over England and Europe. Many eyewitnesses notice the same characteristics as “having clearly a triangle-shape with white, red, and green lights underneath or along the sides of the craft, and making absolutely no sound.”



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