Antonio Villas Boas
case or cases are often referred to as "The Belgian Wave of 1989." From
November 29, 1989 until April 1990, huge numbers of craft sightings
were seen in the skies over Belgium. It is estimated that nearly 90
percent of the entire population of Belgium saw spacecraft with lights
on their perimeters, and there were over eight hundred close encounters
in this five-month period.
most common shape reported was a huge triangular-shaped craft. These
craft flew so low and so slowly over townships that their outlines
could clearly be seen from the ground, even at night. There were other
shapes seen as well, including the well-documented boomerang-type
craft; so-called because one side is longer than the other, just like a
many occasions F-16 military jet fighters were sent up to intercept the
flying triangles. Radar in the jets locked onto hard targets, as well
as radar on the ground. The records confirm, there is no doubt that
large physical craft were there. Not only that, but F-16s are fast.
They can fly twice as fast as a stealth airplane. In spite of this
speed capability, the triangle ships just took off and left the F-16s
in the proverbial dust.
So many credible people saw these craft
that the Belgian government just couldn't ignore them, nor could they
deem so many citizens to be deluded. Therefore, the Belgian Government
became the first and only government in the world to officially
recognize the existence of UFOs.
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