The Truth: Message General had in his hand at Roswell

By | February 14, 2008

Regarding the Roswell crash of 1947: There were bodies and a “disk” craft. Note that disk is in quotes. We also know that there was a counterintelligence cover up from the start. This is according to the memo held by Gen. Ramey. It seems most likely that he did not realize the communication he was holding might be readable in the photograph, especially since printed newspaper photos at the time were not of extremely high resolution.

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In one of the July 8, 1947, photographs taken by Fort Worth Star Telegram reporter/photographer, J. Bond Johnson, Gen. Roger M. Ramey can be seen holding a piece of paper with writing on it as he kneels by some obvious weather balloon debris on the floor of his office. Several teams of researchers, including Carey and Schmitt, have attempted, by means of computer software programs, to “read” what is contained in what has become known as the “Ramey Memo.” – bty

On Tuesday, July 8, 1947, Col. Blanchard announces a flying saucer has been captured near Roswell. Late afternoon J. Bond Johnson takes General Ramey’s photograph in Fort Worth with a copy of the message apparently just sent to Vandenberg in his hand. Vandenberg’s Dairy reports he returned from Congressman Wolverton’s office at 5:07 PM and went immediately to Mr. Symington’s the SECRETARY OF THE ARMY AIR FORCE Office with reference to personnel for the President’s Air Board. At 6:20 PM went to Mr. Leo’s office and then home. It is not known what the President’s Air Board means and may refer to UFOs. The message is addressed To: Vandenburg

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Source: Rense Photo: UFOCasebook

Starting at the thumb nail in the photo, I see nine lines, the last being a signature. Below, I’ve compared several different decodings of this memo and I’ve tried to line them up in a way to show fuzziness of the interpretation at each line. The decodings come from Neil Morris, April 2000, Don Burleson in MUFON Journal March 2000, and David Rudiak, Sept 2000 and the article on Rense.

LINE 1

???XXXX-XXX—X-XXXXXXXX XXX—XX-XXX XXXX XXX—XX-X XX XXX
  NEAR OPERATIN                                 AT THE
  eco VERY       Was ROSWELl Head oIc     giveN AS THE
  ECO—OPERATION WITH ROSWELL DISK 074      MJ—  AT 

LINE 2
????XXX XXX XXX XXXXXXX XX XXX XXXXX XXX XXXXXXXXX XX XXX
 [n]ext 4hS EXp VIctIMS of THE WRecK and CONVAy ON TO THE
*RAN)CH AND THE VICTIMS OF THE WRECK YOU FORWARDED TO THE
            THE VICTIMS OF THE WRECK YOU FORWARDED TO THE

LINE 3
???XXX XX XXXX XXXXXX XXX.
   *** at FORT WORTH. Txe.
*T)EAM AT FORT WORTH, TEX.
  TEAM AT FORT WORTH. TXE
 T)EAM AT FORT WORTH, TEXL 

LINE 4
??XXXXXX XX XXX XXXXXX XXXX XXXX
*****S*S IN THE “DISK” THEY WILL SHIP FOR A1-8TH ARMYAF**
  w**S** SOrTei *e**** thAT-ONUS raaF T&E A3**9* Landparty
   — SS— ON THE “DISK” MUST-HAVE SENT -0- A-AM—  A———D
            THE “DISC” THEY will ship FOR A3-AS2 ARrived(.) 

LINE 5
?XXXXX-XX XX XXXXXXXX -XXXXXXXXX
BY B29-ST OR C47. WRIGHT AF ASSIST FLIGHTS AT ROSWELL. ASSURE
  SOught CRASHes *O**** are needed sITEone ** **s***** locate
  —— URGENT.     POWERS ARE NEEDED SITETWO AT CARLSBAD, NMEX— 

LINE 6
??XX-X-XXXXXX XXXX XXXX XXXXXXXX
THAT CIC-TEAM SAID THIS MISTAKEN  MEANING OF STORY AND THINK
       MIDDAY 509# TOLD newspaPeR segment of STORY Adv
           ———SAFE TALK NEWSPAPER MEANING OF STORY AND—

LINE 7
?-XXXXXXX XXXX XXXX XXX XX-XX XXXXXXX
LATE TODAY NEXT SENT OUT PR  OF WEATHER BALLOONS WOULD WORK
       LLY THrY EVEN PUT for AF WEATATN BALLOONS raDar WERE
                   ONLY SHOW BY WEATHER BALLOONS 400-KW WAVE 

LINE 8
??-XXXX-X XXXX XXX XXXX XXXXXXXXX   XXXXX.
BETTER IF THEY ADD LAND DEMO RAWIN  CREWS.
               And Land L*** denver ofww3
           — 9 AND LAND L—   DENVER CREWS.

LINE 9
XXXXX-
TEMPLE
RAMEY

… it appears that the original press release of July 8th, 1947 stating that the RAAF had recovered a flying disk was a local mistake perpetrated by the CIC Team at Roswell, i.e., Sheridan Cavitt. … – bty

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