Simply Out of this World!

This World!Sabir Hussain is not your average teacher. He is the founder of the only Indian society for the study of extraterrestrials. City Express picks his brains to get the lowdown on the aliens who zip across the skies

Published: 06th February 2016 05:11 AM  |   Last Updated: 06th February 2016 05:11 AM   |  A+A-

Simply

UFOs and alien life forms exist beyond doubt, but have been kept under wraps for decades by the US, claims the Chennai-based founder of the only extra-terrestrial studies society in the country. But why does the world’s most powerful nation want to hide its findings? “If other nations were to know of UFOs’ anti-gravity technology, for instance, the world’s dependency on fossil fuels would become nil, and nations would progress. This would make the US lose its numero uno status,” says Sabir Hussain, founder of the Indian Society for Extraterrestrial Studies(INSETS). And he’s not joking.

“There have been several committees comprising air force officials, space science officials and astronauts who have researched and analysed this phenomenon,” says Sabir. One of these committees came out with the Cometa Report in France in 1999. The panel had air force officials, scientists and other experts. The report incisively analysed numerous UFO sightings and data, gathered air force pilots’ testimonies and concluded that though a lot of cases may have been false, a small fraction of cases can be answered only using “extraterrestrial hypothesis.”

The report’s foreward, written by the former chairman of CNES, France’s equivalent of NASA, tells the following story: Stones falling from the sky used to be the stuff of fable, but only until a meteorite shower hit L’aigle village in France and made analysis possible... (Similarly,) the UFO phenomenon needs to be stripped of its ‘irrational’ layer.

“There is undisputable proof and cover-ups too,” says Sabir. “A flying disc crashed in a field in Roswell, USA, in July 1947. Witnesses who handled the metal before the army took it away described it as indestructible. It could be bent, folded and crumpled, but would return to it’s normal shape. It’s called memory metal. The local papers splashed the news all over their front pages. A day later, the same army man who had given a statement about a flying disc retracted it.”

Sabir, a history and political science graduate, coaches students for IAS exams and is working on a book called Accidental Apocalypse. “These UFOs have the habit of appearing and disappearing on radar screens. Suppose India or Pakistan mistakes UFOs for drones or some projectile from the enemy side... Remember both sides are nuclear-armed,” he says, adding that his book deals with solutions for such a situation. “ETs have always been inSimp.jpgterested in our nuclear activities. Roswell too was a nuclear site,” he claims.

“INSETS aims to raise awareness on UFOs. Our people don’t have any and we need to tell them that this is a scientific possibility,” says Sabir. He quotes aircraft manufacturer Lockheed’s former research division chief Ben Rich: “We have the means to travel among the stars, but these technologies are locked up in black projects and it would take an Act of God to ever get them out to benefit humanity.”

“The US has already analysed and reverse-engineered several technologies like anti-gravity. This is like an open admission of it,” he said.

Flying Saucer

In June 1947, pilot Kenneth Arnold claimed that he saw a row of nine, shiny unidentified flying objects flying past Mount Rainier at about 2,000 km/hr. He said their movement was like saucers skipping on water, but media reports likened the ET craft to saucer-like in shape

UFOs in TN?!

News agency PTI reported on December 14 that a “mysterious flying object” had been sighted by shepherds over ISRO’s Mahendragiri centre and neighbouring forest areas in Tirunelveli district. However, the report said that ISRO denied any such flight and added that the object had flown near the seventh watch tower, where no one had been posted for a long time.

Interested?

INSETS conducts monthly meetings where ET and UFOs are discussed. For details, call Sabir at 9841376103

In June 1947, pilot Kenneth Arnold claimed that he saw a row of nine, shiny unidentified flying objects flying past Mount Rainier at about 2,000 km/hr. He said their movement was like saucers skipping on water, but media reports likened the ET craft to saucer-like in shape

UFOs in TN?!

News agency PTI reported on December 14 that a “mysterious flying object” had been sighted by shepherds over ISRO’s Mahendragiri centre and neighbouring forest areas in Tirunelveli district. However, the report said that ISRO denied any such flight and added that the object had flown near the seventh watch tower, where no one had been posted for a long time.

Interested?

INSETS conducts monthly meetings where ET and UFOs are discussed. For details, call Sabir at 9841376103

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