Majestic 12 Group (MJ-12)
Cover of the
famous MJ-12 Extraterrestrial recovery documents
Aliens At The White House
12 (MJ-12) Group
MJ-12 documents are an eight-page memo dated November
18, 1952, outlining the establishment of a secret group by outgoing
Harry Truman. The memo was prepared for President-elect Dwight
document simply describes the fact that the U.S.
government recovered a crashed alien spacecraft and bodies in 1947
Roswell, New Mexico. It also states that another crash occurred in
the Mexican border in 1950. At that time Truman established a group
Majestic-12, sometimes referred to as MJ-12. The purpose of the group
determine how to handle the implications of the Roswell incident and
existence of extraterrestrial beings. The original members of the group
the very top people in government and science. Since they have all died
names may not be familiar to you, a list of who they were and what
they held is included.
are the most dramatic UFO documents ever leaked to
Did the Documents Come From?
The MJ-12 documents were received on
a roll of
undeveloped 35mm film by UFO researcher Jaime Shandera in 1984.
earlier worked with a group of military intelligence personnel who
themselves as the "Insiders," who had expressed a desire to have the
true facts about flying saucers released to the public.
documents are the first to uncover the true facts of
the dramatic UFO/alien body crash recovery that occurred at Roswell.
of the investigation of the MJ-12 documents alone could fill a book,
Alien crash at Roswell, NM in 1947
The MJ-12 documents have undergone
intense scrutiny both
by people who claim they are genuine and by those who claim they are
Complicating matters is the fact that the actual paper documents have
been available for examination. Instead, there are only photos of the
which Shandera received on a roll of film.
After clearing the smoke, here is
The preponderance of evidence leans
heavily towards those
who think the documents are genuine. The
research on the "real" side is more
side arguing that the documents are fake have made
several lightweight claims, most of which were easily refuted by
fact, the "fake" side, led by known UFO debunker Philip Klass, had to
pay off a $1,000 bet when Klass'claims that certain parts of the
fake were disproved. The check was written out to Stanton Friedman.
has kept copies of the cancelled check, and made them available for all
Here is the key point: Even if the documents had been
faked the research into confirming their authenticity led to finding
eyewitnesses who saw or handled wreckage or bodies from the crashed
saucer! Many of these eyewitnesses have signed sworn affidavits. Others
given what amounts to dying declarations, both allowable as evidence in
court of law in the United States. In addition, all their stories fit
like the workings of a fine watch. Their time frames all line up, as do
descriptions. The evidence that the crash at Roswell really did occur
is now so
overwhelming that the MJ-12 documents are just a confirmation of the
In another effort to authenticate
the MJ-12 papers, one
researcher used a unique but effective approach. Lee Graham, an
worker, realized that anything stamped "Top Secret" (like the MJ-12
papers) fell under government security regulations; specifically,
Defense regulation 5200.1-R, which requires government employees or
government-contracted workers to report any leak or breach of security
Secret documents. The forging or faking of Top Secret documents is also
violation of this statute.
The FBI Checks Them
Graham reported the MJ-12 documents
as being either
stolen or forged. The FBI spent over one year investigating whether
documents were forged or not. The FBI concluded two things:
if the MJ-12 papers were forged, it was an
incredible forgery, unlike any they had ever seen in the past. The
the people and events from fifty years ago were absolutely accurate and
coincided with their internal documents.
second, if the documents were real, they could not
get any part of the U.S. government to acknowledge that they had lost
here for your review are the MJ-12 documents. For a
complete history of the MJ-12 documents, get Stanton T. Friedman's
on Operation Majestic 12. To see a complete set of the MJ-12 documents,
go to the 'Documents' section of this website
Original Members of Majestic-12
Dr. Lloyd V.
Explorer and scientist, he headed a
group that later
became the Weapons Systems Evaluation Group. He was also a member of a
panel that determined that UFOs did not constitute a threat to U.S.
security. Berkener was the executive director at Carnegie Institute,
and was a
member of the Joint Research and Development Board in 1946.
Physiologist, aviation expert, and
prominent member of
the National Academy of Science, he served as president of both Johns
and Rockefeller Universities. He was chairman of the Nuclear Research
and the medical advisor for the Atomic Energy Commission. Bronk also
the Scientific Advisory Committee of Brookhaven National Laboratory
worked with Dr. Edward Condon (who completed a major UFO study for the
Dr. Vannevar Bush
A leader in research and development
at MIT and Carnegie
Institute, he was at one time the head of each of the following: Office
Scientific Research and Development, the Joint Research and Development
and the National Advisory Committee on Aeronautics. The Office of
Research and Development was responsible for the development of the
Bush also put together the National Defense Research Council in 1941.
Forrestal was under secretary of the
Navy, then secretary
of the Navy. He became the first secretary of Defense in 1947, during
of the Roswell crash. In 1949 he committed a very mysterious suicide.
talk that he didn't want to hide the truth about flying saucers from
public. His suicide was considered to be just as weird in his day as
Foster suicide was during the Clinton administration.
Secretary of the Army, he later held
security positions under Presidents Truman and Eisenhower. He was also
consultant on UFOs and reported directly to CIA Director Walter B.
He was the first director of the
Agency (CIA). Later he became a member of NICAP, the National
Committee on Aerial Phenomena. He publicly stated that "UFOs are real É
through official secrecy and ridicule, many citizens are led to believe
flying objects are nonsense."
Dr. Jerome Hunsaker
Head of the National
Advisory Committee on Aeronautics;
chairman of the Departments of Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering
Dr. Jerome Hunsaker
Director of the Harvard College
Observatory and an expert
in cryptoanalysis, the science of breaking codes and deciphering
languages and symbols. Menzel was involved in very high-level
operations during and after World War II.
Dr. Donald Menzel
General Robert M.
Head of the Armed Forces Special
Weapons Center, he was
also an Army general at Fort Bliss and as such had control over the
Nuclear Research facility and the Sandia Atomic Energy Commission
Albuquerque, New Mexico during the time of the saucer crash at Roswell.
General Robert Montegue
Admiral Sidney Souers
Souers was the first director of
the precursor to the Central Intelligence Agency. He was also a member
National Security Council and a special consultant for military
Admiral Sidney Souers
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of
Staff, Chief of Staff of
the U.S. Air Force, Twining was also the commander of the Air Materiel
based at Wright-Patterson Air base, where the debris and bodies from
Roswell crash were taken. Twining was known to have cancelled a
on July 8, 1947, just days after the crash at Roswell and the same day
Army Air Base sent out a press release stating that a flying saucer had
recovered. In a now-famous memo, Twining stated that UFOs were very
General Nathan Twining
General Hoyt Vandenburg
Chief of Staff of the U.S. Air Force
and former director
of Central Intelligence, he was allegedly in charge of security for the
Vandenburg Air Force base in California, where the space shuttle often
lands, is named after him.
General Hoyt Vandenburg
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