By Jaime Licauco
On October 16, a UFO conference will be held at the Philippine Air
Force Museum, Villamor Air Base, Pasay City.
We don’t hear much about sightings of UFOs in the Philippines nowadays—or
elsewhere in other parts of the world—unlike before. Does this mean there are
fewer activities in this field, or have the so-called aliens from outer space
stopped coming to visit us?
Not at all! I think what’s happening is that the mass media have chosen to
simply ignore reported sightings of alien spacecraft compared to years back. But
visitations by ET’s have continued up to the present time.
In the Philippines, a retired colonel of the then Philippine constabulary
meticulously recorded all reported sightings of UFOs over a 10-year period. In
his research, he recorded the time, place, number of witnesses and length of
time the object was in sight, along with other details. He was never taken
seriously by his peers in the military or by the general public, and after years
of trying to get people to take a look at his reports, he lost interest and
disappeared from public view after immigrating to the United States.
On Sunday, Oct. 16, 2011, a UFO conference will be held at the Philippine Air
Force Museum at Villamor Air Base in Pasay City from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. It is
organized by Tony Israel, a former businessman, who videotaped UFO sightings
beginning September 2000 to late 2001. His life has never been the same again