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The Varginha affair:

Read all about the unbelievable story of a UFO crash in the city of Varginha, in Brazil, April 1997, the capture of aliens by the military, the participation of the U.S. Government and more. Despite the black-out on this spetacular event, the news spread all around the world vers fast, only to dissolve in mediatic oblivion. Here his a collection of documents and testimonies about this case.

Drawing of the Varginha EBE

INTRODUCTION:

The information below has been released by A.J. Gevaerd, Editor of Brazilian UFO Magazine. He is organizing a big UFO event in Brazil which, he vouches, will be the biggest ever.

THE ARTICLE:

South American military men may speak at international big UFO conference in Brazil:

At least one entire night will be devoted to Varginha case.

April 14th, 1997 - Brazilian researchers organize the biggest UFO conference ever: "The First World UFO Forum". - by A.J. Gevaerd

From December 7th to 14th [1997], Brazil's federal capital Brasilia will host the biggest UFO conference ever promoted in the world until now. A coalition of six Brazilian UFO researchers has been contracted by a large non-governmental organization called "Legiao da Boa Vontade" to organize the Conference and invite as many international speakers as possible. Up to now, the list of invited comprises 52 top UFO researchers from all over the world and over 30 brazilian lecturers as well.

The coalition of researchers contracted to host the conference is comprised of Claudeir Covo, from the National Institute of Aerospace Phenomena Investigations (INFA); Rafael Cury, from the UFO Research Nucleus (NPU); Reginaldo de Athayde, from Ufological Research Center (CPU); Marco Antonio Petit, from Fluminense UFO Research Association (AFEU); and Ubirajara Rodrigues and A.J. Gevaerd, both from the Brazilian Center for Flying Saucer Research (CBPDV), the biggest UFO group in the country.

The conference to be held in 8 days (from 8 AM to 11 PM, daily) has been called "First World UFO Forum" and its main objective is to promote a summit of the biggest and most prominent UFO researchers from all parts of the planet. These people will be asked to prepare a comprehensive document covering most aspects of UFO visitations and alien contacts, to be given to the main authorities from several countries, SOME OF THEM WILL BE PRESENT AT THE FORUM.

Brasilia has been chosen to host the Forum because it is regarded as the central city in Brazil for discussion of the UFO phenomena. Many Brazilian and other South American civilian and military representatives will be invited to attend the discussions. Representatives from other non-governmental organizations, scientific community and associations are also in the list of invited parties. Brazilians are definitely trying to organize the biggest UFO event ever and the only publication in the country -- the Brazilian UFO Magazine -- is devoted to promote the Forum as extensively as possible.

The list of international speakers to be invited :

  • Antonio Las Heras (Argentina)
  • Barry Chamish (Israel)
  • Bob Brown (USA)
  • Budd Hopkins (USA)
  • Colin Andrews (England)
  • Cynthia Hind (Zimbabwe)
  • Darush Bagheri (Iran)
  • Derrel Sims (USA)
  • Donald Ware (USA)
  • Edgar Mitchell (USA)
  • G.C. Schellhorn (USA)
  • Gabor Tarcali (Hungary)
  • Glennys Mackay (Australia)
  • Graham Birdsall (England)
  • Jaime Maussan (Mexico)
  • Jaime Rodriguez (Ecuador)
  • James Hurtak (USA)
  • Javier Cabrera Darquea (Peru)
  • Javier Sierra (Spain)
  • Jerome Clark (USA)
  • Jesse Marcel Junior (USA)
  • Joaquim Fernandes (Portugal)
  • John Carpenter (USA)
  • John Mack (USA)
  • Johsen Takano (Japan)
  • Jorge Alfonso Ramirez (Paraguay)
  • Jorge Martin (Puerto Rico)
  • Leo Sprinkle (USA)
  • Leonard Nimoy ["Dr.Spock"] (USA)
  • Linda Howe (USA)
  • Mario Dussuel (Chile)
  • Mark Carlotto (USA)
  • Mauricio Baiata (Italy)
  • Michael Hesemann (Germany)
  • Per Andersen (Denmark)
  • Richard Hoagland (USA)
  • Robert Bauval (England)
  • Robert Dean (USA)
  • Roberto Banchs (Argentina)
  • Roberto Pinotti (Italy)
  • Rodrigo Fuenzalida (Chile)
  • Ryszard Fiejtek (Poland)
  • S.O. Svensson (Sweden)
  • Stanton T. Friedman (Canada)
  • Sun-Shi Li (China)
  • Timo Koskeniemmi (Finland)
  • Tony Dodd (England)
  • Vicente-Juan Ballester Olmos (Spain)
  • Walter Andrus (USA)
  • Wendelle Stevens (USA)
  • Yuri Guerassimov (Russia)
  • Yves Bosson (France)
  • Yvonne Smith (USA)

According to the organization committee of the First World UFO Forum, each international and domestic speaker invited will be asked to lecture for no longer than one hour on an specific subject within each one's specialty, in order to cover most aspects of Modern Ufology from A to Z. The Forum will include roundtables and a series of activities to better the UFO discussion at a high level. It is expected that a few personalities from the UFO-related show biz will be invited too.

At least on one entire night the Brazilian UFO researchers will present a complete, in-depth and updated description of the Varginha Case to the international lecturers and the audiences. The Case is believed to be one of the most extensively researched events involving the crash of a spacecraft, happened on January 20, 1996. Up to now it is known that at least 2 alien creatures were captured by the Brazilian Army together with the Fire Department of Varginha in this incident.

It is expected that 1.5 to 2.5 thousand people will attend the First World UFO Forum, which will be entirely promoted in the several amphitheaters of the "Legiao da Boa Vontade" in Brasilia. All people interested in participating in the conference are invited to write to the address bellow to request further information.

    A.J. Gevaerd, international coordinator
    First World UFO Forum
    c/o Brazilian UFO Magazine
    P.O. Box 2182, CEP 79008-970,
    Campo Grande, MS, Brazil

    Phone : +55 (67) - 724-6700
    Fax : +55 (67) - 724-6707
    gevaerd@alanet.com.br


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