Holograms and UFOs ?
by Graham W. Birdsall, Editor
UFO Magazine [UK]

A "Defense Weekly" article dated 31 March 1997, describes a quasi-information warfare/ psychological operations programme that was discussed by the USAF after Operation "Desert Storm" in the Gulf War.

This involves projection of a three-dimensional holographic image to act as decoys.

The Pentagon would have enjoyed seeing 'an angry God' or some other form of religious imagery appear above the battlefield.

The Pentagon spoke openly about its use of holographic projections when discussing its "non-lethal weapons" programme back in 1994. Since then however, the programme disappeared from view, evidently becoming a "black budget" effort, according to "Defense Weekly".

In conclusion, the article states that the U.S. Army's "JFK Special Warfare Center and School", disclosed back in 1991 that it was looking to develop a "PSYOPS Hologram System" with the capability to 'protect persuasive messages and three-dimensional pictures of cloud, smoke, rain droplets, buildings, flying saucers and religious figures'.

'The use of holograms as a persuasive message will have worldwide implications,' wrote "Defense Weekly".

An "Offensive Information Warfare Division" has now been created by the USAF and is headed by Lt. Col. 'Jimmy' Miyamoto. On communications traffic, the division is recognised as AF/XOIOW.

This division co-ordinates with the following:

Joint Chiefs of Staff; National Security Agency; Defense Intelligence Agency; Central Intelligence Agency; National Reconaissance Office; Defense Airborne Reconaissance Office and the National Imagery and Mapping Agency.

The fact that these agencies have proven links to a division which specialises in projecting holographic 'flying saucers' will come as a revelation to some, but serious UFO researchers have been aware of the fact for some considerable period of time.

Alas, little more is known about the activities of this division, or its sphere of operation.


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