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Phenomenon in Beauchamps, and theory, France, 1954:

The article below was published in the daily newspaper Le Courrier Picard, France, page 3, le 4 novembre 1954.


Saucers of electrons?

Past, present, future, everything is now mixed in the famous round of the saucers.

Since the mysterious craft haunt our skies again, each of us passionately re-evokes the hypotheses made in their time on this delicious-sea-serpent-topic.

On the other hand, other information reaches us, which denounces new visions... or old ones.

However, the latter would seem to want to support the recent theories developed in the scientific world; which would tend to suppose that the saucers are formed by masses of electrons caused by themselves or by solar "emissions" or by still unknown yet consequences of atomic explosions.

These masses of electrons would appear in the sky at any time, and, luminous and of positive charge obviously, they would flee in front of any terrestrial mass of identical charge, which would explain the extraordinary rapidity with which the "saucers" disappear, and especially in front of planes. If, for an indefinite reason, an aircraft encounters an electron mass, a violent explosion will ensue.

This would justify the destruction of the American plane which chased, in 1952, a "saucer".

About 1952, a resident of Albert, Mr. Maxime Rubiera, currently at Clairvivre, in the Dordogne, where he has been in treatment for several years, informs us that on June 17 of that year, when he was on the terrace of his room, he suddenly saw in the sky, at his height, a red dot advancing in his direction and which, for 15 to 20 seconds, stopped.

It was a ball of 70 centimeters in apparent diameter, red-white like a molten metal, and which two wings of fire, although well detached, accompanied in its march.

For her part, a young lady from Beauchamps tells us that this week, she attended for a minute at around 6 p.m. 45, near the Bresle bridge, a phenomenon which resembles in many ways the previous phenomenon.

She saw emerging from the forest of Eu, in the direction of Breilly, a small orange-pink ball, getting bigger as she got closer to have soon, at this distance, the size of a grapefruit.

Suddenly the ball lengthened and took the form of a crescent which came to a standstill to become thinner in the middle and it transformed into two other small balloons which moved away from each other over a distance of about three meters. The two strange balls then moved closer, overlapped and amalgamated to reform the initial ball, which started again towards the place where it came from.

That's it. So, you see, if our reader-witnesses agree, we will have a lot to say about the flying saucers.

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