Susan Joy Rennison's
Website

Joyfire logo



Project Identification

For Your Eyes Only...

“Unbiased, disinterested physical scientists usually measure the properties of inanimate matter. Biological, medical, and behavioral scientists, on the other hand, study intelligences less than or equal to their own. In this Project, we dealt with an intelligence equal to or greater than that of man. We interacted with the phenomenon under study.”

Dr. Harley Rutledge, Chairman of the Physics Department, SE Missouri State University


Rutledge, Harley D.
Project identification : the first scientific field study of the UFO phenomena.. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1981. Hardcover includes 36 plates, notes and is indexed. ISBN 0137307136 or 0137307055



From the dustjacket...

“Dr. Rutledge! There's a light! A light is coming!”

“Looking through the trees, I saw an amber light approaching. Because there wouldn't be time to adjust the setting on the Pentax camera, Bob manned the 800-mm lens camera system while I removed the cover from the Polaroid...”

Trying to prove the existence of UFOs is usually an exercise in frustration. By the time a sighting can be investigated, the alledged object is long gone – out of the range of cameras, measuring instruments and professionally-qualified researchers.

But in 1973, when residents in and around Piedmont, Missouri, began reporting lights in the sky, Dr. Harley Rutledge – head of the Physics Department at a nearby university – decided to subject these reports to scientific scrutiny. He put together a team of observers with “college training or equivalent experience in the physical sciences” and a battery of equipment: Questar telescopes (whose magnifying power could change without replacing the eyepiece), an electromagnetic frequency analyzer, high-frequency, low-intensity cound detector, and high-quality camera equipment.

The resulting Project Indentification has been operating ever since, logging hundreds of hours of observation time. At last, trained experts were able to investigate UFOs while the phenomena were actually in progress and record the data in a scientific, objective manner – enabling Dr. Rutledge to calculate the objects’ actual velocity, distance and size.

But Project Identification’s data raise[d] more questions than they answer. One night, for example, a single light was observed crossing the sky – yet photos of it show a series of trails. Observation of the unclouded sky often revealed “pseudostars” – stationary lights camouflaged by familiar constellations. Some objects appeared to mimic the appearance of known aircraft; others flagrantly violated the laws of physics. But most unsettling of all were the lights that repeatedly seemed to react to the project members observing them.

Initially a skeptic on the subject of UFOs, Dr. Rutledge here presents a full report on Project identification's ground-breaking work and what its findings imply. Fully illustrated with unique photographs, explanatory line drawings and diagrams, this is the only book to provide hard, factual data from direct observations of the UFO enigma.


Project Identification

For Your Eyes Only...

Old newspaper articles from the archives...

The Southeast Missourian 6th April 1973

Original source: link

The Southeast Missourian 19th November 1973

Original source: link

Ellensburg Daily Record 19th November 1973

Original source: link


If you want to know more about the new phenomena of Space Weather , Earth
changes and the impact on human consciousness, then you can obtain a copy of


Tuning the Diamonds: Electromagnetism & Spiritual Evolution




Home
























This website is best viewed with the FireFox browser, you can download it here


click icon