The Investigation of UFO’s — Central Intelligence Agency

The Investigation of UFO’s

APPROVED FOR RELEASE
CIA HISTORICAL REVIEW PROGRAM
22 SEPT 93

OFFICIAL USE ONLY

History and methodology of “flying saucer” intelligence.

THE INVESTIGATION OF UFO’S

Hector Quintanilla, Jr.

Unidentified flying objects are not a new phenomenon. In 593 B.C. Ezekiel recorded a whirlwind to the north which appeared as a fiery sphere. In 1254 at Saint Albans Abbey, when the moon was eight days old, there appeared in the sky a ship elegantly shaped, well equipped and of marvelous color. In 1520 in France there were sighted a round-shaped object with rotating lights and two fiery suns. In 1874 in Texas a farmer reported seeing a dark flying object in the shape of a disc cruising in the sky at a wonderful speed. These are a mere sampling of the many such events recorded by historians. The modern era of UFOs, however, can be dated from 24 June 1947, when a flyer made some strange observations which national news coverage and authors with a poetic license so played up as to excite public entertainment of a notion that our planet had been visited by unknown vehicles from outer space.

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Supersonic Saucers

On that 24 June, Kenneth Arnold was out flying in his private plane. He was looking for a Marine transport that was supposed to have crash-landed somewhere on the southwest side of Mt. Ranier. First he flew directly toward the mountain from the west at an altitude of approximately 9,500 feet, searching all of the various ridges for the downed plane. Then he made a sweep back to the west, found nothing, and headed again toward Mt. Ranier. The air was so smooth that it was a real pleasure flying; he trimmed out the aircraft and relaxed, admiring the crystal-clear sky and the terrain. There was a DC-4 to his left and rear at approximately 14,000 feet.

He hadn’t flown more than two or three minutes on this course when a bright flash reflected on his airplane. He couldn’t find where the reflection came from, but to the left, north of Mt. Ranier; he did observe a chain of nine peculiar-looking objects flying from north to south at approximately 9,500 feet. They were approaching Mt. Ranier very rapidly, and he at first assumed them to be jet aircraft. Every few seconds two or three of them would dip or change course slightly, so as to catch the sun at an angle and reflect brightly. They were too far away for him to determine their shape or formation.

As they approached Mt. Ranier, however, he observed their outline quite clearly-except that, oddly, he could not find their tails. He watched them pass the southern edge of Mt. Ranier flying directly south-southeast down the hog’s-back of a range. Their elevation seemed to vary by as much as one thousand feet, but they remained very near the horizon, therefore around his own elevation. They flew rather like geese, in a diagonal chain as though they were linked together. They seemed to maintain their orientation while swerving in and out of the high mountain peaks.

Arnold estimated the distance from him to the objects at approximately 25 miles. Using a Zeus fastener and a cowling tool, he estimated their size to be about two-thirds that of the DC-4. Watching them pass a high snow-covered ridge between Mt. Ranier and Mt. Adams, he saw that as the first object was leaving its south crest the last one was entering its northern crest. Later the length of this ridge, and therefore that of the chain of objects, was determined to be about five miles. Arnold timed their flight from Mt. Ranier to Mt. Adams, 47 miles, at 1 min. 42 sec., a speed of 1,659 miles per hour.

In a subsequent interview with newsmen, Arnold described the objects as appearing like saucers skipping on water. This description, shortened to “flying saucers” by newsmen, gave rise to the popular term for UFOs. The sighting, like most, was not reproducible for purposes of investigation; it involved uncontrollable atmospheric conditions. The Air Force was left with one man’s subjective interpretation of what he had experienced. Scientists who reviewed Arnold’s sighting concluded that the objects were a mirage. The smooth, crystal-clear air that he noted indicated the very stable conditions which are associated with inversions and a high index of refraction of the atmosphere.

Although Arnold’s experience could not be reproduced, another phenomenon in some respects similar and observed in the same area found a satisfactory explanation. Navy Commander W. J. Young reported in November 1948 that on several occasions he had seen over the Willamette valley and the plains of eastern Washington and Oregon what could easily have been mistaken for flying discs. One striking example occurred over the Willamette valley on a clear sunny day when the ever-present blue haze seemed somewhat thicker than usual. His aircraft was flying at altitudes between 1,000 and 5,000 feet when bright flying objects appeared, some on his beam and others on the bows or dead ahead. From time to time they would disappear and new ones appear.

Young finally determined that what looked to be aircraft at various altitudes were reflections of the sun from the aluminum roofs of farm buildings at great distance from his plane. The perspective of the land converging with the sky on the horizon, with limited ground visibility, made it appear as though the roof reflections were actually airborne at various altitudes in the haze. Thus one UFO sighting was solved by the observer himself. Although there is no uniform pattern among reported UFO phenomena, some characteristics of one may be found in others, as in Young’s and Arnold’s.

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Sign and Grudge

Newspaper publicity for Arnold’s flying saucers started an avalanche of other sightings. The Air Force began receiving reports from people in all walks of life. Before December 1947 no specific organization was responsible for investigating and evaluating these. Without any basis in measurable data or controlled experiment, the reported phenomena were variously assessed, even within the military structure, as due to a new aerodynamic configuration, to natural occurrences, to misinterpretation of conventional objects, or to space ships under intelligent control. The military interest touched the fields of air defense, R&D, and intelligence, responsibilities vested in many different organizations.

To end this confusion, the Chief of Staff directed on 30 December 1947 that a project be established to collect, collate, evaluate, and distribute within the government all information concerning sightings which could be construed as of concern to the national security. Responsibility for the project, assigned the code name “Sign,” was given to the Air Technical Intelligence Center. In February 1949 Project Sign, having completed its evaluation of the 243 UFO cases submitted to it, issued a report:

No definite and conclusive evidence is yet available that would prove or disprove the existence of these unidentified objects as real aircraft of unknown and unconventional configuration. It is unlikely that positive proof of their existence will be obtained without examination of the remains of crashed objects. Proof of non-existence is equally impossible to obtain unless a reasonable and convincing explanation is determined for each incident. . . . Explanations of some of the incidents revealed the existence of simple and easily understandable causes, so that there is the possibility that enough incidents can be solved to eliminate or greatly reduce the mystery associated with these occurrences. . . . Under wartime conditions, rapid and convincing solutions of such occurrences are necessary to maintain morale of military and civilian personnel.

With the backlog of cases disposed of, the project was continued on a reduced scale and under a new code name, “Grudge.” Project Grudge completed its evaluation of 244 reports in August 1949, relying heavily on the work of university scientists and other outside consultants, as well as the USAF Air Weather Service and the U.S. Weather Bureau. The Grudge Report concluded that the UFO sightings signified nothing that would constitute a threat to the national security of the United States, that they were chargeable to misinterpretations of conventional objects, a mild form of mass hysteria or war nerves, and fabrications for the sake of hoax or publicity.

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Special Report No. 14

The soothing conclusions of Project Grudge caused very little comment, and the project was continued on a reduced scale. Nevertheless, the fringe of people that still believed in extraterrestrial visitation was growing with the popularity of science fiction articles and magazines. In December 1951 a contract was let to an industrial firm for a detailed study, unclassified, of the UFO cases on file. It took three years to complete this study.

Meanwhile, in March 1952, the project was given its present name, “Blue Book.” During this period numerous books were written about the UFOs. Some representative titles are The Coming of the SaucersSpace, Gravity, and the Flying SaucerIs Another World WatchingThe Flying Saucers Are RealFlying Saucers from Outer Space, and Flying Saucers Come from a Distant World. UFO hobby clubs were formed throughout the country. Most professed to be studying the phenomena scientifically, but few, if any, had physical or behavioral scientists on their so-called evaluation committees. During the early fifties it became fashionable to accuse the Air Force of censorship or of withholding UFO information from the public.

In January 1953, while the three-year contract study, was still in process, a Scientific Advisory Panel was formed to make an authoritative quick evaluation. It was composed of civilian scientists outside the government with well-known and respected names—H. P. Robertson, Luis W. Alvarez, Lloyd V. Berkner, S. A. Goudsmit, Thornton Page. Following is an extract from their report:

The panel . . . has reviewed a selection of the best documented incidents. . . . We firmly believe that there is no residuum of cases which indicates phenomena which are attributable to foreign artifacts capable of hostile acts, and that there is no evidence that the phenomena indicate a need for the revision of current scientific concepts. The panel further concludes that the continued emphasis on the reporting of these phenomena does, in these perilous times, result in a threat to the orderly functioning of the protective organs of the body politic. We cite as examples the clogging of channels of communication by irrelevant reports, the danger of being led by continued false alarms to ignore real indications of hostile action, and the cultivation of a morbid national psychology in which skillful hostile propaganda could induce hysterical behavior and harmful distrust of duly constituted authority.

The panel recommended:

That the national security agencies take immediate steps to strip the unidentified flying objects of the special status they have been given and the aura of mystery they have unfortunately acquired.

One action taken on this recommendation was to establish, within the Office of Information at the Air Force Secretary’s level, an office to answer public questions and release information regarding UFOs. Throughout the years, the responsibility for releasing UFO information to the public has remained with the Office of Information, Secretary of the Air Force.

When the unclassified contract study was ready at the end of 1954, it was immediately released to the news media. It was released under ATIC cover, because the competent company which produced it wished to remain anonymous in this field of research. It is commonly referred to as Special Report No. 14, the first 13 having been administrative progress reports.

Special Report No. 14 reduced and evaluated all the UFO data held in the Air Force files. It contains graphs showing the frequency distribution of sightings by time, date, location, shape, color, duration, azimuth, and elevation. It records an attempt to build a model of the typical UFO and an ultimate finding that UFOs come in all sizes, shapes, and colors. It concludes as follows:

It can never be absolutely proven that “Flying Saucers” do not exist. . . . Scientifically evaluated and arranged, the data as a whole did not show any marked patterns or trends. . . . A critical examination of the distributions of the important characteristics of sightings, plus an intensive study of the sightings evaluated as unknown, led to the conclusion that a combination of factors . . . resulted in the failure to identify as Knowns most of the objects classified as Unknowns. An intensive study aimed at finding a verified example of a “Flying Saucer” or at deriving a verified model or models of “Flying Saucers” led to the conclusion that neither goal could be attained using the present data.

It is emphasized that there was a complete lack of any valid evidence consisting of physical matter in any case of a reported unidentified aerial object. Thus, the probability that any of the unknowns considered in this study are “Flying Saucers” is concluded to be extremely small, since the most complete and reliable reports from the present data, when isolated and studied, conclusively failed to reveal even a rough model, and since the data as a whole failed to reveal any marked patterns or trends.

Therefore, on the basis of this evaluation of the information, it is considered to be highly improbable that any of the reports of unidentified aerial objects examined in this study represent observations of technological developments outside the range of present-day scientific knowledge.

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Investigation Procedures

The objectives of the UFO program, outlined in 1953 by Air Force Regulation 200-2, remain unchanged:

(1) To determine if UFO phenomena present a threat to the security of the United States.
(2) To determine if UFO phenomena exhibit any technological advances which could be channeled into U.S. R&D.
(3) To explain or identify the stimuli which caused the observer to report a UFO.

Our Project Blue Book office at Wright-Patterson has a complement of only one officer, two sergeants, and one civilian stenographer. The initial investigation of all UFO sightings is therefore undertaken by the commander of the nearest Air Force base. In its subsequent analysis of UFO cases, also, the project office is assisted by many organizations and’ professional individuals. Project Consultant for the past eighteen years has been Dr. J. Allen Hynek, astrophysicist and Chairman of the Dearborn Observatory, Northwestern University. It is Dr. Hynek, obviously, who has maintained continuity on the project, in addition to evaluating all suspected astronomical cases. We have used the services of Dr. Charles P. Olivier, head of the American Meteor Society, in evaluating some suspected meteor cases.

For help on suspected aircraft sightings we have gone to Federal Aviation Agency offices, local airports, the Strategic Air Command, and the Air Defense Command. In suspected balloon sightings we have called upon local airports, local weather stations, the U.S. Weather Bureau, Holloman AFB Balloon Control Center, the National Center for Atmospheric Research, General Mills, Raven Industries, Sea Space Systems, and colleges and universities conducting balloon research. For suspected satellite sightings we use the printed Echo schedules, NASA satellite reports, the Smithsonian North and South Equatorial Crossings, and the professional services of the Space Detection and Tracking System. For suspected missile observations we go directly to Cape Kennedy, Vandenberg AFB, Point Magu, Wallops Island, Eglin AFB, Holloman AFB, and Green River.

For radar analysis we contact one of our internal organizations. For photo analysis we use an internal organization but also Kodak in Rochester, N.Y. On physical specimens we have used the services of the Air Force Materials Laboratory, Battelle Memorial, the Food and Drug Administration, Libby Owens, Corning Glass, Institute of Paper Chemistry, and the Northwestern Geology Department. Numerous other organizations and individuals have helped the project in the past. No individual, government agency, or industrial group has ever refused assistance.

As indicated above, UFO sightings are classified according to the suspected real event that gave rise to each report. The characteristics of these different categories are sketched below.

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Propeller Aircraft

Regular scheduled airliners fly in air corridors, are usually controlled by FAA. Lighting will probably be typical red and green wing lights with rotating beacon. They use landing lights on takeoff as well as in landing pattern. Sighting report may include hovering or stationary period if the aircraft is in a turn or approaching the observer. Total duration should be consistent with flight maneuvers, not likely to exceed five minutes unless some series of maneuvers is being performed. Landing light, blotting out the red and green flashing lights, is often reported as a single light at night. Experimental and unusual lighting effects can vary with the lighting configuration of each aircraft. Color most often reported as white, can be red. Objects reported in straight flight at certain altitude can be checked against local flight corridors; then FAA can be checked if there remains doubt that an object is an aircraft or if positive identification of a specific flight is required. There may or may not be sound associated with the visual effect reported. If near an airport, this type of object is not classed as a UFO; moving lights in and around airports which could be caused by aircraft are assumed to be aircraft.

Private or non-scheduled flights have the same characteristics in general. Speeds may be slower and duration longer. Altitude usually lower. No sound if the wind is blowing away from the observer. Duration should not exceed seven or eight minutes unless maneuvers can account for additional time. Normally flight is cleared from some local airport and not carried on radar plots through FAA; hardest type to make positive identification of. Evaluation made on reported flight characteristics consistent with aircraft.

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Jet Aircraft

Airliner and high-altitude missions are similar to conventional flights in visual characteristics with the following exceptions: (1) The color is most often reported as red. (2) No sound is associated with the object. (3) Flight is usually straight or with one turn. Duration is about three to five minutes, depending upon the length of are visible. FAA has designated airways for these flights.

Special low-level military missions are flown at 2,000 feet in known air corridors. Sighting is usually brief, one minute or less. May be reported hovering if flight is directly toward the observer. May include a sudden burst of speed. No sound if wind is away from observer. Usually reported as a single light, but may be more than one. Sightings are at night; during the day these aircraft can be seen too well to be misinterpreted.

Special test or training missions, varying from a single plane to multiple flights or major air operations, may give rise to reports. These flights can be determined by contact with local, regional, or major air commands.

A jet with afterburner in operation, viewed from the side, may give the appearance of a short flame. It is usually reported as blue and tapering. When the afterburner is cut off, the object may be thought to have either just vanished or zoomed off into space. Duration is usually brief. The sighting is frequently during climb. As viewed from the rear, the jet may be reported red or orange with some yellow and of no distinct shape. Here again the disappearance may be sudden. If at high altitude, only a nondescript light may be reported.

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Refueling Missions

Here lights on the tanker and the multiple aircraft engaged add new visual characteristics. Sightings are at night only; daylight operations would be recognized for what they are. They may be at low or high altitude. Multiple lights will be moving around, in formation, going on and off. The basic light formation will fly straight for a set distance, then may make a 180-degree turn. Duration in an area may run as high as 15 minutes, but any single pass should not last more than four or five. Lights may be seen going one way and then appear on their return path later. The 922 Air Refueling Squadron at Wright-Patterson furnishes information on the visual characteristics of night refueling operations, and SAC recently photographed a refueling mission for the benefit of UFO analysts.

Refueling operations are controlled and conducted in specific areas. A “Flight Planning Guide” issued by the Aeronautic Chart and Information Center gives the location of these areas and the agency controlling each. A phone call to the controller will determine whether an area was in use at a particular time and what squadron flew the mission. Then communication with the squadron will give the number and type of aircraft flown and their entry and exit times.

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Photo Aircraft

Aircraft using flare drops for photo work are most often reported simply as flares. Similarly, aircraft using strobes to illuminate their target, which may work at either low or high altitudes, are reported as a series of evenly spaced flashes. Duration of these sightings is usually less than two minutes, more frequently 30 seconds.

Infra-red photo planes have turbine generators to drive their equipment. These make a whining noise which can be heard above the noise of the engines. Not many agencies do this work, which is often classified. The planes used are rather slow, less than 125 mph. Much of the work is done early in the morning, with landing lights on because of the low altitudes flown.

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Advertising Aircraft

Planes towing targets or banners during daylight hours are not usually misinterpreted unless they remain at such a distance that the observer cannot distinguish the tow vehicle and sign. Frequently in such cases the reports are accompanied by drawings picturing the towed banner as part of the UFO. Duration is longer than for other aircraft sightings, and the flight generally includes maneuvers. The frequently used loud speaker would presumably not be heard unless the flight were close enough for correct identification. Local investigators can check for these aircraft, since FAA regulations require a permit for such flights.

Aircraft with electrically lighted signs have the same essential characteristics except that they are normally sighted at night. On occasion the sign lights have been mistaken for windows of a much larger craft. Flights are relatively slow, characteristically maneuvering back and forth in one area. One usually operates over the same area for more than one day and can be viewed on successive nights, weather permitting.

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Helicopters

Motion slow, may or may not hover. It needs to be far enough away from the observer to escape daylight identification. It may be reported as a black speck moving back and forth, up and clown. During the night weird effects can be caused by the red rotating beacon flashing through the canopy. Motion will be erratic if the flight includes hovering. Positive identification is usually simple to obtain by checking the flight schedules of military and civilian helicopters in the area.

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Balloons

Flight characteristics here are affected by meteorological factors. Wind data is obtained from the Weather Bureau. An Air Weather Service liaison officer assists in evaluating the meteorological data. Low-level weather balloons are described in sightings as round or oval, occasionally oblong. The flight may be reported as hovering, rising, zig-zag, or erratic, but the object must be moving with the wind. It will be picked up by radar only if a radar reflector is attached. A frequent time for sightings is at dusk, before the balloon disappears into earth’s shadow. It is rarely sighted at night: its small white lights are not visible to ground observers from above 10,000 feet without optical aids. The sighting from planes is usually very brief, and on occasion even experienced pilots have attributed unusual motion to balloons.

An upper-air balloon may be described as round or oval, usually silver during the day and orange at dusk. It will appear stationary or in slow motion. Actually, it moves with prevailing winds at the altitude six months to the east and six to the west. It will probably be picked up on radar and remain in the area long enough to be identified by aircraft scrambled or diverted for this purpose. Sudden disappearance is to be expected at dusk, and may be reported as a zooming off into space. The sun’s reflection through folded panels can give unusual flashing effects. Every effort is made to pin to a specific launch any reports attributable to upper-air balloons; this practice has assisted the scientific community in recovering some of them.

Upper air research balloons are launched by military and civilian agencies for cosmic ray and other studies. These are about 100 feet in diameter, usually of polyethylene. They can be programmed to fly at various altitudes between 80,000 and 125,000 feet or higher. Their appearance may vary with the equipment suspended below and other attachments, but what is visible from the ground without optical aids is generally the same for all. The speed will vary with the wind, from hovering in the same area for some days up to 200 mph in jet streams. At night the balloon will descend as the gas cools and the next day go back up to the programmed altitude. It usually carries a radio beacon which is followed by tracking stations, as well as running lights and radar reflectors. Occasionally, multiple balloons are used to carry heavy equipment. Pilots scrambled to check on this kind of balloon cannot reach its altitude but can get close enough to identify it. At dawn the balloon may appear suddenly, as it moves into sunlight, and similarly disappear at dusk.

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Earth Satellites

In order for a report to be evaluated as deriving from an artificial satellite, the following criteria must be met: (1) Time of sighting must be at night and at such an hour that the vehicle can reflect the sun’s rays. (2) Object should resemble a star in visual characteristics. (3) Direction of flight can have a westerly component only in the case of retrograde satellites. (4) Duration (considering the degrees of are through which the object is observed) must be consistent with satellite orbital velocities.

Satellites are normally reported as star-like moving lights, most frequently white but occasionally yellow, green, blue, orange, and even red. Motion may be steady, hesitating, or zig-zag; portions of the flight may be seen as hovering or stationary. The path may be reported straight or arching, and a turn may be ascribed to it at the beginning or end of the flight. The object may appear or disappear suddenly. The speed should be about 15° of are per minute, the average duration three to six minutes.

When a known satellite has a flight path over the observer’s area at the time of the report (only Echo and Pegasus schedules are screened), and the above considerations are fulfilled, the sighting is evaluated as of that specific vehicle. There are more than 30 satellites in orbit visible to the naked eye. When a reported object does not correspond with Echo or Pegasus passages but displays the required characteristics, it is then evaluated as a probable or possible satellite.

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Astronomical Events

The most common UFO reports are of astronomical sightingsbright stars, planets, comets, fireballs, meteors, auroral streamers, and other celestial bodies. When observed through haze, light fog, moving clouds, or other obscurations or unusual conditions, the planets, especially Venus, Jupiter, and Mars, have been reported as UFOs. Stellar mirages are also a source of astronomical reports.

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Other Categories

There are three other classifications used for UFO reports. AnInsuflicient Data category takes care of those in which one or more elements of information essential for the evaluation are missingfor example the duration of the sighting, the date, time, location, or position in the sky, weather conditions, and the manner of appearance or disappearance. If there is any indication that such a sighting may be important from the viewpoint of security, scientific or technical value, or public interest, every attempt is made to obtain the additional information necessary before placing the report in this category.

Another category is a catch-all labeled Other. It includes missiles, reflections, mirages, searchlights, birds, kites, spurious radar indications, hoaxes, fireworks, and flares.

And finally, a sighting is considered unidentified when a report apparently contains all the data necessary to suggest a valid hypothesis but its description cannot be correlated with any known object or phenomenon.

Through 1965, 10,147 UFO reports had been disposed of and classified in one or another of the seven categories. In 1964, a fairly average year, the figures were as follows:

Astronomical ………………………………………………….    123
Aircraft …………………………………………………………       71
Balloon …………………………………………………………       20
Insufficient Data ……………………………………………..      99
Other ……………………………………………………………       88
Satellite …………………………………………………………     142
Unidentified ……………………………………………………       19
Total ………………………………………………………     562

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Policeman’s Report

One intriguing, classic case of the 19 listed above as unidentified will also illustrate how widely government agencies, industrial firms, and individuals cooperate in the UFO project.

On 24 April 1964 at approximately 1745 hours, a Socorro, New Mexico, police officer, Lonnie Zamora, was headed south chasing a speeding automobile when he suddenly heard a roar and saw a flame in the sky to the southwest. He decided to let the speeder go in favor of investigating the flame, because there was a dynamite shack in that area and it might have blown up. He turned right onto a gravel road that ran by the shack.

As he was driving slowly along the road, Zamora saw above a steep hill just ahead a funnel-shaped flame, bluish and sort of orange. The base of the flame was hidden behind the hill; there was no smoke connected with it. He had trouble getting the car to the top of the hill because of loose gravel; he had to try three times before he made it. As he reached the top of the hill he saw a shiny object to the south, this side of the dynamite shack, about 150-200 yards away. It was off the road to the left in an arroyo, and at first glance it looked like a car turned over; but when he drove closer, it appeared to be aluminum color, not chrome, and oval-shaped like a football.

Zamora drove about 50 feet along the hill crest, radioing back to the sheriff’s office, “10-44 [accident], I’ll be 10-6 [busy out of the car] checking a wreck down in the arroyo.” From this point, seated in the car, he could not see the object over the edge of the hill. As he stopped the car, he was still talking on the radio, and while he was getting out he dropped the mike. He picked it up and put it back and started down toward the object.

Just then he heard a very loud roar, not exactly like a blast but not steady like a jet engine. It was of low frequency at first and then became higher. At the same time be saw a light blue flame, sort of orange at the bottom. Zamora believes this flame came from the underside of the object; he could see no smoke but some dust in the vicinity. He panicked; he thought the object was going to blow up. In his own words (with slight rearrangements for the sake of clarity):

As soon as saw flame and heard roar, . . . ran away from object but did turn head towards object. Object was (    ) in shape. It was smooth-no windows or doors. As roar started, it was still on or near ground. Noted red lettering of some type like ( ^ ). Insignia was about 21/4 inches high and about 2 inches wide, guess. Was in middle of object, like (  .  ). Object still like aluminum white.

[Running], bumped leg on car—back fender area. Car facing southwest. . . . Fell by car and [sun] glasses fell off, kept running to north, with car between me and object. . . . I guess I bad run about 25 feet when I glanced back and saw the object . . . rise to about level of car, about 20 to 25 feet, guess. Took, I guess, about six seconds when object started to rise and I glanced back. . . . It appeared about directly over the place where it rose from.

I was still running, . . . [then] about 50 feet from car 1 ducked down, just over edge of hill. . . . I stopped because I did not hear the roar. I was scared of the roar, and I had planned to continue running down the hill. I turned around toward the object and at the same time put my head toward ground, covering my face with my arms. . . . When the roar stopped, heard a sharp tone whine and the whine lasted maybe a second. Then there was complete silence about the object.

That’s when I lifted up my head and saw the object going away from me . . . in a southwest direction . . . It did not come any closer to me. It appeared to go in straight line and at same height-possibly 10 to 15 feet from ground, and it cleared the dynamite shack by about three feet. Shack about eight feet high. Object was traveling very fast. It seemed to rise up, and take off immediately across country.

I ran back to my car and as I ran back, I kept an eye on the object. I picked up my … sun glasses, got into the car, and radioed to Nep Lopes, radio operator, to look out the window, to see if you could see an object. He asked, what is it? I answered, it looks like a balloon. I don’t know if he saw it. If Nep looked out his window, which faces north, he couldn’t have seen it. I did not tell him at the moment which window to look out of.

As I was calling Nep, I could still see object. The object seemed to lift up slowly, and to get small in the distance very fast. It seemed to just clear the Box Canyon or Mile Canyon Mountain. It disappeared as it went over the mountain. It had no flame whatsoever as it was traveling over the ground, and no smoke or noise.

Feeling in good health. Last drink—two or three beers—was over a month ago. Noted no odors. Noted no sounds other than described. Gave direction to Nep Lopes at radio and to Sergeant MS Chaves [of New Mexico state police at Socorro] to get there. Went down to where the object had been, and I noted the brush was burning in several places.   . . . I got my pen and drew a picture of the insignia on the object. . . .

Then Sgt. Chaves came up, asked me what the trouble was because I was sweating and he told me that I was white, very pale. I asked the Sgt. to see what I saw and that was the burning brush. Then Sgt. Chaves and I went to the spot and Sgt. Chaves pointed out the tracks.

When I first saw the object (when I thought it might be a car) I saw what appeared to be two legs of some type from the object to the ground. At the time, I didn’t pay much attention to . . . the two legs. The two legs were at the bottom of the object, slanted outwards to the ground. The object might have been about three and a half feet from the ground at that time. . . .

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Diagnosis: Unsolved

There is no doubt that Lonnie Zamora saw an object which left quite an impression on him. There is also no question about Zamora’s reliability, He is a serious police officer, a pillar of his church, and a man well versed in recognizing airborne vehicles in his area. He is puzzled by what he saw, and frankly, so are we. This is the best-documented case on record, and still we have been unable, in spite of thorough investigation, to find the vehicle or other stimulus that scared Zamora to the point of panic.

During the course of the investigation and immediately thereafter, everything that was humanly possible to verify was checked. Radiation in the landing area was checked with Geiger counters from Kirtland AFB. The Holloman AFB Balloon Control Center was checked for balloon activity. All local stations and Air Force bases were checked for release of weather balloons. Helicopter activity was checked throughout the state of New Mexico. Government and private aircraft were checked. The reconnaissance division in the Pentagon was checked. The White House Command Post was checked. The Commander at Holloman AFB was interviewed at length about special activities from his base. Down-range controllers at the White Sands Missile Range were interviewed. Letters were written to industrial companies engaged in lunar vehicle research activity. The companies were extremely cooperative, but to no avail. The Air Force Materials Laboratory analyzed soil samples from the landing area.

The findings were altogether negative. No other witnesses could be located. There were no unidentified helicopters or aircraft in the area. Radar installations at Holloman AFB and at Albuquerque observed no unusual blips; but the down-range Holloman MTI radar, closest to Socorro, had been closed down for the day at 1600 hours. There was no unusual meteorological activity, no thunderstorms; the weather was windy but clear. There were no markings of any sort in the area except the shallow “tracks” Chaves and Zamora found. The soil analysis disclosed no foreign material. Radiation was normal for the “tracks” and surrounding area. Laboratory analysis of the burned brush showed no chemicals that could have been propellant residue.

The object was traveling at approximately 120 miles per hour when it disappeared over the mountain, according to Zamora’s best guess of the time it took. Not an interplanetary speed, at any rate; and the findings are also negative for any indication that the Socorro UFO was of extraterrestrial origin or that it presented a threat to the security of the United States.

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How to Make Turmeric Paste

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Turmeric paste is made by combining black pepper as absorption almost half teaspoon, also combine organic coconut oil as absorption. And also add the turmeric in half cup. Add the Turmeric in a saucepan, then combine the black pepper, after adding the black pepper, add the organic coconut oil. then add water a cup of water, start to boil in medium high and stir but be careful don’t let the turmeric paste to burn, just after you see it has a thick form paste finished the process. And add in a vase and save it in the refrigerator you can use up to 2-3 weeks to use it edible.

Benefits of Turmeric:

Lowers Risk of Heart Disease
Helps Keep The Memory Sharp
Helps Reduce and Prevent Arthritis
Anti-Aging
Strengthens The Immune System
Improves Cognitive Function
Helps Boost Mood
Natural Pain Reliever
Can Help Lower Risk of Cancer
One of Nature’s Strongest Anti-Inflammatory Plants

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Natural Cure For Migraine

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Migraine

Essential oil massages over a period of time often alleviate migraine. Most aromatherapists are trained how to deal with this problem, but you can also help your child at home.

Set a time when you can both relaxed and take phone of the hook–you are acting as therapist. Get the child to the face-down on the bed and massage.

Do this at least 15 minutes once a week, or if under stress. Use the following oils, either singly or in combination:

CHILDREN’S MIGRAINE ESSENTIAL OILS

Grapefruit
Lavender
Chamomile Roman
Neroli
Peppermint
Rosemary

Or use my formula

CHILDREN’S MIGRAINE FORMULA

Chamomile Roman 5 drops
Grapefruit 10 drops
Peppermint 5 drops
Rosemary 3 drops

Children under seven. Diluted in 4 ounces vegetable or canola oil
Children over seven. Diluted in 2 ounces vegetable or canola oil.

The essential oils can be a great help to children who suffer migraine in many cases and sleep is one of the best remedies.

Common causes of migraine to children sugar, insufficient breakfast and lunch, stress, allergies and television.

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How To Cure Naturaly Eczema

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    Eczema is very itchy and here is a remedy for that . Apply to the the affected are twice a day:

Chamomile German                                     10 drops

Yarrow                                                                   5 drops

Tagetes                                                                  5 drops

Diluted in

Vegetable oil                                                     2 tablespoons

Jojoba oil                                                           30 drops

Evening Primrose oil                                   10 drops

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How To Cure Bad Foot Odor

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Foot Odor

 

Having feet that smell less than sweet is by no means an entirely male problem,but men do seem more prone to it. This embarrassing and inhibiting problem can be caused by a number of fungal disorders as well as by had dietary such as overindulgence in bottles of beer and fast food over a period of time. If a fungal infection is your problem, add 2 drops of tea tree essential oil to the foot powder formula below:

FOOT ORDER POWDER

 

Baking powder        1 tablespoon
Sage                               2 drops

 

Put the baking powder in a plastic bag, add the sage oil, shake bag well.  Allow to dry, and separate mixture by running a rolling pin over the bag. add a zinc supplement to your daily diet, as this can help enormously. Bathing the feet in a bowl of water with 2 drops of essential oil sage, every day for a week, will help too. Dust the feet regularly with the foot powder above and also have half a teaspoon in your shoes overnight–this provide good bacterial protection. Tap the powder out in the morning. change your shoe regularly too.

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Puffiness or Hydrated Skin

When skin has a spongy texture it usually means that it has become waterlogged. This retention of water by the body may be related to the menstrual cycle, the result of a previous illness, or a reaction to certain drugs. Allergies,  hay fever,  and sinus problems can all lead to puffy eyes and face. Puffiness can also be a sign of illness, and it’s one of the first signs of an oedemic condition.  Use these oils: 

BASE OILS

Almond                                                    Apricot

ADDITIONS TO BASE

Carrot.                                             Evening  primrose                                       

ESSENTIAL OILS TO TREAT HYDRATED SKIN

Lemon.        

Palma rosa.        

Juniper.                                        

Patchouli.            

Lavender.                                            

Fennel                    

Sandalwood.                                        

Rose.                    

 Hyssop.                                                  

Cypress.              

DAY BALANCING OIL FOR HYDRATED SKIN     

Lavender.                                                     10 drops.      

Sandalwood.                                                 5 drops.      

Fennel.                                                            10 drops.    

Cypress.                                                            5 drops

Diluted in 3 tablespoons almond oil or coconut oil. 

NIGHT OIL FOR HYDRATED SKIN

Carrot.                                                                  5 drops.

Juniper.                                                                 5 drops

Patchouli.                                                           5 drops  

Rose.                                                                    10 drops

 Sandalwood.                                                  10 drops

Diluted in 3 tablespoons of apricot kernel oil.

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Rosacea

Rosacea is often mistaken for acne it is very similar and like acne, it si associated with excessive oilliness. This condition seldom affects anyone under thirty years. of age and it can be very distressing when it develops. Usually the nose are the worst affected areas, and these become flushed red in appearance as spots (pustules) and lumps cover the skin. the treatment is similar to that for acne, except that the essential oils used are different. Follow the dietary intake advice in the acne section and carry out the cleansing and rising routine given there. 

Treatment comes in two stages, each of fourteen days.

       ESSENTIAL OILS TO TREAT ROSACEA
STAGE ONE                                            STAGE TWO
Chamomile                                              Violet leaf
German                                                      Cypress
Yarrow                                                       Geranium
Carrot                                                          Hyssop
Parsley                                                         Eucalyptus
Galbanum                                                  radiata

Follow the instructions for acne, stage one, but using the following formulas:

                                     STAGE ONE
                               DAY TREATMENT
Chamomile
German.                                                          15 drops
Parsley.                                                            15 drops

Diluted in 3 tablespoons almond oil or coconut oil.

                                        STAGE ONE
                                NIGHT TREATMENT

Galbanum.                                                         5 drops
Carrot.                                                               15 drops
Chamomile.
German.                                                            10 drops
parsley.                                                              15 drops

Diluted in 3 tablespoons of almond oil or coconut oil.

After fourteen days, follow the instructions of acne, Stage Two, using the following formulas:
                                   

                                     STAGE TWO
                               DAY TREATMENT

Cypress                                                   15 drops
Geranium.                                              15 drops

Diluted in 3 tablespoon almond oil or coconut oil.

                                        STAGE TWO
                                 NIGHT TREATMENT

Violet leaf                                                          10 drops
Hyssop.                                                                  5 drops
Eucalyptus.
radiata                                                                 15 drops

Diluted in 3 tablespoons of almond oil or coconut oil.

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How To Cure Acne

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How To Cure Acne

 

Beauty is more than skin deep, but it can be hard for you—and other people —to remember that when you can have acne. What you more usually see is an oily skin with a profusion of blackheads and pustules (spots) and sometimes too, scarring, pitting, and inflammation. Acne occurs not only on the face, but on the neck, back, and chest as well. Secondary infection by bacteria, usually strephyloccal, cause even more problems. Not only acne is unsightly, it is painful as well. The temptation to squeeze the spots and remove the infected pus is great, and although the hope might be to improve the look of the skin it makes matters worse. Not only does cause scarring, but the pus can infect other areas of the skin in the process. This is how one comes by the familiar pitted skin that invariably last throughout adulthood. 

Although Acne is very often a problem that starts with puberty, it can appear at any time. There are patients that have developed the problem in their thirties, as well as those in their twenties. Acne is the result of seborrhea—overproduction of fat from the sebaceous glands—and this can be traced back to a hormonal imbalanced. It is thought that too much of the male hormone androgen is produced. Women too experienced hormonal related acne, usually around the time of premenstrual syndrome.  

Essential oil treatments combined with a sensible diet, excercise and fresh air often clear up this problem. Lymphatic flow is increased , allowing toxic wastes to be taken away, and the circulation is improved, which allows oxygen and nutrients to reach the skin in greater quantity. The bactericide and anti-inflammatory properties  of essential oils are obviously extremely useful in helping the healing process. The relaxant properties of essential oils also play their part as stress is a precursor of increased sebum production. 

Stimulants should be avoided. Smoking can agravated the condition, as can alcohol, coffee, and even chocolate. It is not the fattening of chocolate that concerns us here but the chemical stimulants it contains, especially phenylethylamine and theobromine that imitate our hormones, and the caffeine, and sugar contains make it doubtfully bad for acne. For some people, cutting our dairy products, especially cream and hard cheese, helps enormously. Fruits surprisingly perhaps, do not help acne because of their high sugar content, but vegetables do, but not use big amounts. Antibiotics are often prescrived  for acne but they only treat the symptoms temporarly, and as they kill off the friendly intestinal bacteria we need to digest and eliminate toxins efficiently they can make matters worse in the long run. Retin a is used with great success, as is vitamin A. You can of course take advantage of this simply by applying carrot oil, an extremely rich source of beta carotene and a natural source of vitamin A.

The treatment that follows comes in three stages and these are the oils to use:  

Base Oils 

Almond                                                                                   Borage seed           Evening primrose

Stage One Oils

Chamomile  German                                                       Myrh                             Chamomile  Roman                                                         Rose                           Yarrow                                                                                 Palma Rosa                 Carrot

Stage Two Oil

Bergamot                                                                             Tea tree                 Calendula                                                                              Clary sage             Lavender                                                                                Thyme linalol           Eucalyptus radiata                                                         Geranium      

Stage Three oils

Neroli                                                                                        Parsley                       Fennel                                                                                       Violet leaf               Juniper                                                                                     Galbanum             Lemon                                                                                       Carrot                         Rose                                                                                          Lavender                   Orange                                                                                     Geranium

STAGE ONE is to promote healing, reduce inflammation and, gently to start to correct the imbalance of sebum production. This is done by using a routine over fourteen days, and it will take patience and more time for the acne to heal completely.                           Use no harsh products—for cleaning the face use pure soap only and rinse at least twenty-five times with the tap running. Use warm water, not hot or cold. In the final rinse water put 2 tablespoons of cider vinegar, then pat the skin dry. During the day, wear the following oil. Do not wear any facial make up whatsoever, not any special cover up. Just the oil:

Stage One Day Treatment

Chamomile German                                    10 drops

Myhr                                                                        3 drops

Palma rosa                                                        10 drops
Yarrow                                                                   5 drops  

Chamomile Roman                                        7 drops  

Carrot                                                                 20 drops

Diluted in two tablespoons almond oil or coconut oil.  

The carrot oil is bright orange and when on the skin gives you a healthy look. Leave the oil to soak into the skin for five minutes and then dab off the excess with a tissue.                                                             In the evening, after cleansing and rinsing, rub 5 drops of neat night oil number one over the whole of the affected areaand then apply a coating of night oil number two to the area. Leave this in place for five minutes an then wipe off the excess. Do not use any other cream, Lotion or potion.

Night oil Number One

Carrot oil                                                           30 drops

Borage seed                                                     60 drops

Chamomile  Germam                                    5 drops

Blend together and use 5 drops each evening .  

  Night Oil Number Two  

 Rose                                                                    10 drops  

Palma rosa                                                      10  drops

 Chamomile Roman                                       5 drops

 Myhr                                                                       5 drops  

Diluted in 2 tablespoons base oil      

During these fourteen days get into the fresh air as soon as possible. Eat only “live” food—fresh vegetables, fruit in moderation, grain, pulses, and fish. Drink herbal teas and plenty of mineral water. All additives and preservatives and the like must be avoided. Avoid as much as possible any red meat or white meat that contains traces of antibiotics and hormones—–which unless you have access to organically bred meats. Increase your zinc with a supplement and increase your vitamin C and A intake. Use no face masks  or steam treatment at this time.

STAGE TWO is to fight infection and continue the re-balancing program, Cleanse as before only this time make up a bottle that contains the following ingredients and use 1 teaspoon in the final rinse, patting dry afterwards.

Cider Vinegar                                                 4 ounces

Lavender                                                          20 drops  

Eucalyptus radiata                                     20 drops          

Depending on the time of the day, use the appropriate oil below:

                                     STAGE TWO                                            DAY  TREATEMENT    

Eucaliptus radiata                                           5 drops  

Clary sage                                                            5 drops  

Thyme linalol                                                    5 drops

Lavender                                                            15 drops

Carrot                                                                     5 drops

Diluted in 3 tablespoons of almond oil or coconut oil

Leave the oil to soak into the skin for five minutes and then wipe off the excess with a tissue. 

                                       STAGE TWO                                              NIGHT TREATMENT 

Evening primrose                                         30 drops

Carrot                                                                  20 drops

Bergamot                                                           10 drops  

Lavender                                                              5 drops

Geranium                                                              5 drops

Eucaliptus radiata                                        10 drops                  

Diluted in 3 tablespoon almond oil or coconut oil 

Leave the oil to soak into the skin for five minutes then wipe off the excess. Follow the dietary advice outlined in stage one and continue stage two treatment for fourteen days.

Stage Three is the last stage of the battle and by now your skin may look so much better you decide not to continue the treatment. But if you want to see further improvements, continue you must for another  fourteen days. Use the cleansing rinse outlined in stage two, both morning and night, pat the face dry, and use the relevant day or night treatment below:

STAGE THREE DAY TREATMENT        

Neroli                                                                   10 drops  

Fennel                                                                    5 drops

Gernanium                                                          5 drops

Parsley                                                                   5 drops

Lemon                                                                     5 drops                  

Diluted in 3 tablespoons almond oil or coconut oil 

Leave the oil to soak into the skin in five minutes and then wipe off the excess:

 STAGE THREE NIGHT TREATMENT

Rose                                                                      10 drops

Violet leaf                                                           8  drops

Carrot                                                                  10 drops

Galbamum                                                           4 drops  

Lemon                                                                    8 drops  

Diluted in 3 tablespoons of almond oil or coconut oil.  

When the sis weeks are up continue to use the essential oils, choosing from those in the oily skin sections. Use only one hundred percent pure soaps and avoid harsh preparations.                                                                            

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For Healthy Teeth and Gums

If you want to see healthy teeth and gums, go to parts of Africa where there isn’t a tube of toothpaste in sight. Traditionally, certain sticks and rock salt have provided mankind with  a most effective dental cleansing treatment. Today, the essential oils can provide  a natural alternative to commercial products. Of course, it helps if you keep off the sweet things. A tooth powder can be made from the following ingredients:

Clay                       4 teaspoons

Sea salt               1 teaspoon

Peppermint     2 drops

Lemon                2 drops

Green or white clay work equally well. mix together in a blender and keep in a box. Dip your toothbrush into the powder and wet with a tiny bit of water before brushing the teeth as normal.  Myrrh has been for treating mouth problems for a very long time indeed. It is marvelous for keeping gums healthy and treating those that are not. A mouth wash can be made by adding 2 drops of essential oil of myrrh to 1 tablespoon of vodka and mixing well. Add only 2 drops of this to each glass of water you use to rinse the mouth.

Here is a recipe for a tooth powder on a very old swiss method. It helps to keep the teeth white:

Swiss Snow Caps Tooth Powder                                                                                  

Ground, dried orange peel                                                                                             1 tablespoon Ground, dried sage                                                                               2 teaspoons  Bicarbonate of soda                                                                              2 teaspoons   Sea Salt                                                                                                           1 teaspoon   Lemon                                                                                         Peppermint                                             5 drops .                                                Myrrh.                                                        1 drop

If you are having gum problems add to the above ingredients 15 drops  of tincture of myrrh (available from the pharmacist) into which you have added 1 drop of myrrh essential oil. Mix it all together well in the blender.       

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Justification not by Faith only but by Faith in Yeshua only

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Justification not by Faith only but by Faith in Yeshua only

when we repented of our sins and accepted Yeshua as our savior, we become saved and justified.
How we are saved and justified by accepting with  Faith in Yeshua?
It is done by recognizing that we are practice sinners and the only way to be saved repenting, and accepting the beautiful blood of yeshua and while we accepted him, we accept everything of what he is.

Yeshua hamashiak the God son (God incarnated) was with God father since the beginning, and because they have the same divine nature(also the Holy Spirit) in harmony created everything, and including the human beings as it says in genesis that God says only, but not God and the angels
or the others
Genesis:1:26
26. And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over the cattle, and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth.

And he says in plural of himself that created humans to his own image and then make emphasis in verse 27 that he only created humans
to his own image and not to other.
Genesis:1:27
27 So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them. So God son incarnated to save his creation specially humans from the slavery of sin and desroy the works
of the devil.
S.John 1: 1-5

1- In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.
2- The same was in the beginning with God.
3- All things were made by him; and without him was not any thing made that was made.
4- In him was life; and the life was the light of men.
5- And the light shineth in darkness; and the darkness comprehended it not.
He came down to a world of selfishnes, arrogance, sexual pervesion, and betrayal all emanations of satan’s darkness. Yeshua as the light of life, rigtheousness, and love shineth in the midle of darkness, and people that were enjoynig this dakness did not recognized him and only those that wanted his light of life, and love could be elected to be saved, apart from the darkness to stop been slave,and childrens of the darkness so they can also become childrens of God.
S.John 1: 9-14

9-That was the true Light, which lighteth every man that cometh into the world.
10- He was in the world, and the world was made by him, and the world knew him not.
11- He came unto his own, and his own received him not.
12- But as many as received him, to them gave he power to become the sons of God, even to
them that believe on his name:
13- Which were born, not of blood, nor of the will of the flesh, nor of the will of man, but of God.
14- And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us, (and we beheld his glory, the glory as of the
only begotten of the Father,) full of grace and truth.
If you haven’t accepted with your mind and heart as your saviour Yeshua, meaning taking the commandment (ordinance) of Love of accepting totally Yeshua the word incarnated and all his ordinances in one shot, you don’t born again; but by taking that initiative you born again by the
power of the blood of yeshua and the holy spirit (ashekinah)
S.John 3:3-8
1. There was a man of the Pharisees, named Nicodemus, a ruler of the Jews:
2. The same came to Jesus by night, and said unto him, Rabbi, we know that thou art a teacher come
from God: for no man can do these miracles that thou doest, except God be with him.
3. Jesus answered and said unto him, Verily, verily, I say unto thee, Except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God.
4. Nicodemus saith unto him, How can a man be born when he is old? can he enter the second time into his mother’s womb, and be born?
5. Jesus answered, Verily, verily, I say unto thee, Except a man be born of water and of the Spirit, he
cannot enter into the kingdom of God.
6. That which is born of the flesh is flesh; and that which is born of the Spirit is spirit.
7. Marvel not that I said unto thee, Ye must be born again.
8. The wind bloweth where it listeth, and thou hearest the sound thereof, but canst not tell whence it cometh, and whither it goeth: so is every one that is born of the Spirit.

1 Peter: 1:23
23. Being born again, not of corruptible seed, but of incorruptible, by the word of God, which liveth
and abideth for ever.

When you have accepted the word incarnated and born again all is passed and all next is new under
the master and saviour Yeshua, you dont direct for yourself, but for Yeshua according what he
pleases. you dont choose and pick sins and what to obey accoding to God’s word; you put your mind
and all heart to avoid sin, if you sin is for strong temptation but not making excuse to sin. if you do
all that with your heart and mind by accepting Yeshua totally of what he is, you born again and you
do God’s work (the supreme God’s Work of Works).
2 Cor: 5:17
Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new.

S.John 6: 28,29
28. Then said they unto him, What shall we do, that we might work the works of God?
29. Jesus answered and said unto them, This is the work of God, that ye believe on him whom he hath sent.
When you have accepted Yeshua, you keep his commandments in your heart and by doing that you love him; and when you let those Gods ordinances flow insideout, and every cell of your body and all your spiritual been. you have become naturally with the Source that is God himself and truely loving him continuosly.
S.John 15: 6,10
6. If a man abide not in me, he is cast forth as a branch, and is withered; and men gather them, and cast them into the fire, and they are burned.
10 If ye keep my commandments, ye shall abide in my love; even as I have kept my Father’s commandments, and abide in his love.
human works as charities don’t justify us, and it doesn’t make you his follower, because by nature God created us in that matter to everyone; Even if you follow the works of the law without the faith in yeshua hamashiak is meaningless.
Romans: 3:28
Therefore we conclude that a man is justified by faith without the deeds of the law.

Romans 4: 3-7
3.For what saith the scripture? Abraham believed God, and it was counted unto him for righteousness.
4. Now to him that worketh is the reward not reckoned of grace, but of debt.
5. But to him that worketh not, but believeth on him that justifieth the ungodly, his faith is counted for righteousness.
6. Even as David also describeth the blessedness of the man, unto whom God imputeth righteousness without works,
7. Saying, Blessed are they whose iniquities are forgiven, and whose sins are covered.

Galatians: 3:13
13. Christ hath redeemed us from the curse of the law, being made a curse for us: for it is written, Cursed is every one that hangeth on a tree:

Galatians: 5:6
6. For in Jesus Christ neither circumcision availeth any thing, nor uncircumcision; but faith which worketh by love.

We are saved and we are servants of God by practicing God’s Father work by accepting all his works, accepting Yeshua in our heart, and all his love by obeying his ordinancdes.
Thesalonians: 1:3
3. Remembering without ceasing your work of faith, and labour of love, and patience of hope in our Lord Jesus Christ, in the sight of God and our Father;

James: 1: 22-25
22. But be ye doers of the word, and not hearers only, deceiving your own selves.
23. For if any be a hearer of the word, and not a doer, he is like unto a man beholding his natural face in a glass:
24. For he beholdeth himself, and goeth his way, and straightway forgetteth what manner of man he was.
25. But whoso looketh into the perfect law of liberty, and continueth therein, he being not a forgetful hearer, but a doer of the work, this man shall be blessed in his deed.

James: 2: 14-26
14. What doth it profit, my brethren, though a man say he hath faith, and have not works? can faith save him?
15. If a brother or sister be naked, and destitute of daily food,
16. And one of you say unto them, Depart in peace, be ye warmed and filled; notwithstanding ye give them not those things which are needful to the body; what doth it profit?
17. Even so faith, if it hath not works, is dead, being alone.
18. Yea, a man may say, Thou hast faith, and I have works: shew me thy faith without thy works, and I will shew thee my faith by my works.
19. Thou believest that there is one God; thou doest well: the devils also believe, and tremble.
20. But wilt thou know, O vain man, that faith without works is dead?
21. Was not Abraham our father justified by works, when he had offered Isaac his son upon the altar?
22 Seest thou how faith wrought with his works, and by works was faith made perfect?
23 And the scripture was fulfilled which saith, Abraham believed God, and it was imputed unto him
for righteousness: and he was called the Friend of God.
24 Ye see then how that by works a man is justified, and not by faith only.
25 Likewise also was not Rahab the harlot justified by works, when she had received the messengers, and had sent them out another way?
26 For as the body without the spirit is dead, so faith without works is dead also.

Don’t be like the first ones that heard and even saw God’s power, the people of Israel in the desert that many people have hardened their heart before the presence of the Holy spirit, and rejected the call in their heart of the holy spirit to become holy servant people of God because they prefer worldly evil for their corrupted flesh.
The ones that disobey Gods voice and mercy to accept Yeshua as his Savior will be condemned for eternal dead because have rejected the Godson and are practice sinners.
Acts: 7: 51
51 Ye stiffnecked and uncircumcised in heart and ears, ye do always resist the Holy Ghost: as your fathers did, so do ye.

S.John: 5: 28,29
28. Marvel not at this: for the hour is coming, in the which all that are in the graves shall hear his
voice,
29. And shall come forth; they that have done good, unto the resurrection of life; and they that have
done evil, unto the resurrection of damnation.

Ephesians: 5:6
6. Let no man deceive you with vain words: for because of these things cometh the wrath of God upon the children of disobedience.

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