This writer has been given the green light as well as the privilege and the task of sharing the experiences of Hungarian born Toronto resident Oscar Magocsi (1928-2002) by the Psychean Federation Worlds for the benefit of mankind.
The Men In Black and a UN meeting
In July 1980, Oscar Magocsi went to New York City to visit a “prominent UFO researcher.” One can only imagine his surprise when he left the meeting and ran into his alien friend, Argus, out on the sidewalk of Manhattan. Argus motioned Magocsi toward a parked Winnebago.
“My eyes followed the sweeping gesture of his hand,” he wrote. “I knew he meant the presence of the MIBS, the Men In Black.”
They saw a large black vehicle at the 5th Avenue intersection and another in the opposite direction on Madison Avenue. Argus told him not to worry because his mobile home was “a converted Ground Command Center, a virtual fortress.” He also pointed out a woman in a sports car whom he said was one of them and acting as “shot gun.” The driver of the Winnebago was ‘Buzz’ Andrews’ who also visited space courtesy of the Psycheans but you will learn more about that later.
In an About the Author section written in March 1980, Magocsi noted, “After all these years, my space friends still keep in touch. They have their way of communicating, plus monitoring people and events.” He added that he resolved to play his part to help the Psycheans in their earth mission by sharing his experiences with others. However, doing so has put his life in danger by the Men in Black. He said this “dark force” of hostile aliens use “psychological warfare against witnesses of UFOs in an attempt to silence them. As he began to write his book, the harassment began.
”In the past few years, I received many harassing phone calls from them. And lately, ever since the preparations for my UFO book’s getting into print, they stepped up the activities against me.” In one instance, he was confronted by “three MIBs in a black car that rattled me badly.” Then a few days later, “I found a threatening note from them inside my locked car.” On a late October night, three MIBs “attempted to assault me in a deserted downtown lot” and in February 1980, “a big dark car forced my car off the road.” Many witnesses before and since have been victims of this type of harassment.
Argus noted that he was in New York “trying to talk to some foreign representatives at the United Nations.” At the UN meeting that year, the primary focus was on women’s rights and international trade laws but a meeting was also held to discuss UFOs. Granada’s former prime minister Eric Gairy, who believed UFOs constituted a danger to humanity had lobbied the UN beforehand. A meeting then occurred in July 1978 that included a 3-person panel.
One of those three was United States Air Force Col. Gordon Cooper (1927-2004). In 1963, Cooper went into space on the “Mercury-Atlas 9 (Faith 7) spacecraft” and “orbited the earth 22 times.” According to reports, he ran into “mission-threatening technical problems” during the 19th orbit and lost power but took over the manual controls and set a course for re-entry. He had hoped to command the Apollo mission to the moon but was not chosen and decided to retire.
Cooper claims he had his first UFO sighting in 1951 when he flew over West Germany. In May 1957 while working at Edwards AFB in California, he saw a “strange-looking saucer-like” craft that made no sound either on landing or take-off.” He described it as “a classic saucer, shiny silver and smooth, about 30 feet across. It was pretty clear it was an alien craft.”
Another panel member was Dr. Josef Allen Hynek (1920-1986) a U.S. astronomer, professor, and ufologist, who was the scientific adviser for the USAF’s Project Sign (1947-49), Project Grudge (1959-52) and Project Blue Book (1952-69).
“Mr. Chairman,” he said, “I have not always held the opinion that UFOs were worthy of serious scientific study. However, after serving as advisor to the USAF, he said, “I have been forced to change my mind.”
Dr. Hynek is most known for developing a “Close Encounters classification system,” as well as his years conducting his own research in to the UFO phenomena. Dr. Hynek went on to write a book entitled The UFO Experience: A scientific inquiry (1972).
The third and final member, Jacques Vallée, is a computer scientists, astronomer and ufologist who created the first computerized map of Mars for NASA. He saw his first UFO over his home in Pontoise, France in 1955. As a staff member of the French Space Committee in 1961, he saw a tape of a “retrograde satellite” orbiting earth being destroyed. At the time, no satellites could be launched from earth. He went on to conduct his own research and wrote a book called Challenge to science: the UFO enigma (1966) in which he wrote an Extraterrestrial Hypothesis. In 1969 he expanded on his hypothesis in his book Passport to Magonia: From Folklore to Flying Saucers.
This UN meeting led to a number of recommendations including a call to “member states” to “coordinate scientific research and investigation into extraterrestrial life, including unidentified flying objects.” As expected, there was no mention of any meeting between the UN members and an alien visitor.
Argus knew Magocsi would be in New York because the UFO researcher – likely Dr. Hynek – was monitored. The MIB had done so as well. As he spoke, Magocsi stared at the medallion on his chest. Argus then handed him a rolled up newspaper and told him not to open it until he was alone. Inside were five copies of “an illustrated description of the medallion” as well as copies of “a Great Lakes area map showing subsurface UFO base locations to confirm the long-existing beliefs about such bases held by the Northeaster, the Stratford and other group associates.”
Argus explained that the UFO bases “are at points of natural transit areas (star gates) into other dimensions.” He added that the nature of the Great Lakes acts as “a protective screen against psychic pollution…” He also noted that they have attempted to maintain that screen for the protection of the entirety of Southern Ontario.”
As well he told Magocsi that people would see the most sightings in this area at specific times of the year. He noted that the Psycheans have a million friends around the world, including UFO researchers who are worthy of consideration as contacts. Unfortunately, he added that only a few Psycheans are assigned to earth and for the most part, are kept busy with “thousands of military, political, news media opposition activities and issues on a global scale…”
He also noted that they had friends – “highly placed supporters” – that they hoped would be elected in the U.S. at that time and were in fact, involved in some “political lobbying.” He said he had to go to Washington to meet with a congressman and then to Texas “to help out with some coming disaster.” It is obvious that at least some people in the U.S. government are well aware of the Psycheans and the work they are doing.
My Contacts With The Real Space Federation (Also available on Amazon.com)
Report on 1980 United Nations meeting
Astronaut Gordon Cooper Witnesses UFO Landing at Edwards AFB
Rare footage of 1978 UN meeting on UFOs
Extract from UN meeting 1978
Photo of UN meeting on UFOs 1978
Recommendation to Establish UN Agency for UFO Research – UN General Assembly decision 33/426, 1978
Men In Black: The “Other” Silencers
The Original Men In Black – Air & Space Smithsonian
Coming soon – Part 9 of Oscar Magocsi’s Space Odyssey