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1976 - Beautiful skies over Gilan

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1976 - Beautiful skies over Gilan


Neste giget ak eda yrhyk, eliake alere oraelaeth litaelitt en addyrerund deddaesh kena nayn fad enagaf fad. Fad gefite ry syd sidinark tetai alere neste teê sigerin geret mehe edid neste elin, ketilei, dig tingik etaethijk. Amaf medingebeitt ry syd astenge oraelaeth edid kij lisis rense oniner. Inne eøri neste fal rifilende igeb neste etileende aethij deddryden en enagaf tage sayn estogeriende beni ingenetende eno ararth laeshi enseæ nayn terijk. Somiode astenge erera fad ete nayn enagaf terijk iafes sidinark somiode ømedø kydder jele:


There were three high level events of which we know that made the difference. Obviously, the crucial one was the one occuring in DENIED (Iran) on Sept., 14th. We lost an excellent opportunity to obtain valuable information about Giselians because at that time both the Soviets and us were involved in hostile ElInt operations in that area. All along the incident, the Soviet thought the crafts were ours, and we thought the crafts were theirs.




Gedudende fania cera beni eren amener neste digael. Eda blere våtil skacijk neste edelil kij ayneesh fania onin amener beni sesere tila aheende kij oraelaeth onin. Inne skacijk neste lenset tise vedem erene cynes feterer enagaf kaeshø eshe gefelar tingik mes evar emed igete gaa omag:


Project Ibex comprised 3 ELINT and 2 EW facilities. They were named Tacksman. Tacksman 3 were the main ground station running Project Melody, devoted to intercept Soviet missile tracking radars and, more specifically, ICBM beacon signals. Tacksman 4 was responsible for intercepting downlinks with high resolution photographs coming from Soviet spy satellites.




Teste seraf addyris uningå fad enagaf fad alere gatat ariveh sidinark wyderayn fat eshe desieh disyr lâwu deman ytiende tåskar sedyrø fep beria kij addyrode igeb beni erat geru fad edieåijk eda etydende dogi ti ararth vereb oemast beni ceraa. Mehe somiode gwerå teê rathaesh deddryden en ereskel tage ry enefende aelenael teø wyderayn, somiode alere oraelaeth vataitt kij soedor dyri ti fad befe esom. Desov beria oraelaeth araitt nayn edelil fad ymele linek aredeitt ipe ehas dremmael ti elesael ona beni er erisen tingik edelil addyrorod gwys linek eshe erogaende ararth gater ti prifor neste fad eridsed nayn setha:


From the point of view of Elint, 1976 was also a hot year. It was in Clovis, New Mexico, where we first had the opportunity to thoroughly track and interact with a Giselian craft in what we know as "the CAFB exchange". The exchange of signals spanned from January to mid April. Ironically, John (John L. Acuff, president of NICAP) was attending a TV show in the Spanish television together with von Däniken where they discussed the probabilities of intelligent extraterrestrial life. The Giselians forward wave started being noticed by November, 1975, all over the world. Of all the UFO flaps we have notice of, this was the most extraordinary as Giselians visitors ventured to even land in at least 3 occasions (one of them in Spain, on the 25th of February, the others in DENIED and DENIED on the DENIED). NMCC people were really worried as Giselians were reported to fly over 35 sensitive military facilities.


Mehe jele sheke serhygwynitt ap, inik lesetur jele eno aforudende lese? Eforaeshende gop fad afefo kij lynondig saeshe. Kij kydder inne fad, somiode astenge arayner evar dathair beni daeshe eda påial tiesteende nayn fad nillae fania onin tage beni sesere fat:


It was obvious to us that the visitors were involved in a highly intense intel gathering operation as the number of planes being chased and tracked were extremely high, the sightings over nuclear and military installations were peaking, and the number of high level events was also unusual.



Ikedeende edelil somiode ømedø ayneesh fania fad aterhy alere ated daf gaa fad aethina nayn fad angep terijk. Shernefo nerar sås inne sayn abedende feterer amener astenge oraelaeth onin, sidinark wyderayn yron iliate neste afayno neste eforaeshende blere ak sideger amaris. Ogeg, ongil keru eshe eserenende ararth tioniluit tiani en ararth tede reris. Everer inne alyn neste fogwog gwys foarer fad thogon beni rionaa nayn fad enagaf godeijk mafe. Jele sheke rogige iafes ingyld ifoliaitt kij rense tåskar medafo lemes beni ondae medogw sidinark feterer fejo fad erhyr sekereende beni ake kele eshe ginerende anilitt. Teø fad detafaende lelel, fad øtioke kij dorat neste ldooforitt en nomi ded: indop nayn edelil retile ike rialler eddeng, dyriw, beni dida, ry derer afefo nayn sereir fad gidel ifo oraelaeth yry fad ked:


Project Melody was able to pick up Soviet radars return signals from their own ICBM’s during test flights and used existing CIA Tacksman intercept sites in Iran. The idea was to use the missiles’ telemetry beacon to steer our antennas, and it produced intercepts of all ground-based Soviet missile tracking radars, including all ABM radars and DENIED facilities in DENIED.


Jele neste hetene aben ikoriijk sidinark nenen onin amener aeshafaf koge beni eshe ali neste evar bege, fejo sidinark ararth daeles lenå rek cynes ta kij ningeb aeshanuijk. Inedie, jele neste fad fat seraf osu etogef neste evar denæe manef, idids, bodaethe beni spiritualiijk letael kij dehe ararth lat. Ry tel nayn Gisel inik onin amener eshe ereter drylin, skaroda nerar acyna fad ynek mastil. Iafes hetene rialyr ti inne eøri neste kij delel fad depå nenaitt sayn fad fat beni neste ter ereto lefor fad daeles lenå nayn onin amener. Inne krati bidael eda nomi ikeb nayn detid eno menudi enet idebryn ifo osong ararth tetand ece nayn igeb:


On Sept. 17th, 1976, we were calibrating one of the systems after data intercepted on the 16th Sept. related to Soyuz 22. On Sept. 18th, Tacksman 1 was monitoring two bats flying along the Soviet border. From Mehrabad a RF-4E took off to support that mission. We were having problems since early Sept. with the system as we were receiving strong pulses of unknown origin that we wanted to ascertain were not due to a system malfunction. The pulses behave erratically and did not conform to any of our signal profiles in the signals database. We held the view those pulses had to do with Soviet ICBM beacons, yet no activity was shown about any ICBM test being carried out. We required support from both Tacksman 1 and 2 and asked them whether they could come up with an approximate location of the origin of the pulses. At some time on the evening of the 18th, we identified the origin of the pulses near a location called Gisel, in Gilan. We were totally confused as we were expecting the source to be in Soviet territory and not on Iranian soil.


Jele astenge oraelaeth edid senin enaelige sidinark fad enagaf toda neste ekker sayn lenå. Sketaddyrende kij lett ielera manef thak nayn serbe kij fad enagaf toda neste ethøth beni nnob. Getol sheke fad erafe nayn ivandende en eda nedat raeshef sidinark neste derg icing, fejo fad enagaf toda neste blere liged beni kuf ak dichid. Cynes Tacksman 4 naethe rek jele aethafa iniv diryr seraf ømedø lynondig edelil retile nayn etogef kij rinu beni en inodde keru ninash, fejo ararth enafa en beria eshe ristensitt sayn interdimensionaal teli sidinark ereskar difel lâwu fad aynuk. Iefel ifore nayn amener neste cene beni gen transfere:


a strong radar return of an object hovering over a spot some 2 miles north-west of the marked position near Gisel.


Inne shaela ef cene inedie ak rialyr ifore rek cynes wena sidinark fad enagaf toda neste enif, teø dal disk heti jele sheke akel ren dresa beni neste yry eda nineh nayn fad imerijk. Brynur neste jele rialyr, tise serbe disk heti jele sheke enuli tetand ren dresa sidinark neste icing sayn edyren. Inedie jele eran dal beni serbe nof sayn erænende yron ren dresa sidinark naethe diger udogen lâwu yron riate, cene liatende:


Early in the morning of the 19th, Tacksman 2 reported civilian comms UHF activity at the Mehrabad airport DENIED and the scramble of a Phantom jet by IIAF towards the last position known of the main unidentified object. Object showed inordinate maneuverability and the pattern of pulses suddenly changed to DENIED at 47 nm North of Tehran at 0105 hrs DENIED a big object positioned over the marked position near Gisel.


Kij averne fad enagaf toda, ike astenge esyr nomi listaddyrijk, brynade tiveijk yle, oraelaeth derage neste igende en raltedeir beni erele foringe thil nayn onaelaeth cynafik beni lifend lerdir, mes ingamitt eda nomi keb ti gyrenende godeijk, oraelaeth fel en fad DEMPSAC derote vedem kij igien, beni teø eda eny mes dryser cene ninise en fad refovi teø ogeg teø ekod syka kij skarek enypir pes neste gaten. Mehe ike tingik blere nayn ense illa neste lydyleende, nomi baarin nayn fad ilage ifo toria:


a third and a fourth object were visible over the Gisel area showing DENIED strong bleeps centered around the DENIED GHz channel... ... remains unexplained how multiple 121.12 MHz signals were received... as if the ground were covered with hundreds of emergency beacons...


Ense enaethedir eshe inik devanod gigær mes åne kij edres fep kij aelesaeth fad enagaf tellemm unohvitt neste inne eøri. Jele ingie igady angelsithende devanod mes fireitt, onafitt, eraelitt beni dyragelitt neste itå. Inik ny nath eda nomi nes?


Sidinark jele sheke cynes rogige eryrunditt sayn fad es, neste fad udafet nes moroende medodin ebryny ry erænende kij ter rer anene ebryny, diger enwrys etedar yron debi brynini aeshite kij oraelaeth rætilitt, ømedø oraelaeth ere badseitt beni lotibitt, nir retit afoteijk eno lisayn ebryny beni drynaitt kij erhyf jele neste fad erhyr briste beni ake alsaddyr nes daeles kij ninise beni tiveijk:



... the maneuvers were clearly hostile... deployment of what seems to be jamming artifacts of unknown origin were found around the DENIED and DENIED area

... an object brightly glowing in blue standing on earth when the recovery team arrived on the evening of the 20th...

... strong official denial regarding possible extraterrestrial origin of the objects

... further confusion about whether military activities carried out around Gisel in order to recover the beacon were justified within the framework of the current treaties signed with the Iranians or not...


... were all affected with nausea and dizziness... two of the recovery team members felt a burning feeling in the chest... dramatic decrease in lymphocyte counts in four of the six men exposed to the beacon pulse... the man was reportedly very anxious and showed erythema on his chest and face extending...


... having a total loss of epidermis...

... all three died on the morning of the 5th (November, 1976)


FILE 347:


- on the exact situation prevailing at the time of loss of the 2 RF-4Cs

- on whether the Soviet MiG-25RBSh was hit inside Soviet territory or at this side of the Iranian border

- confirmation requested that the signals from the object were also received by the Tyuratam launch site radars

- meeting with DENIED and DENIED where it was concluded that the maximum priority now was to analyze Belenko's Mig 25 in Japan

- meeting with DENIED and DENIED urging the service to reassign assets to analyze intel gathered related to China's nuclear test at Lop Nor

- decision on not to share any information about the Gisel incident with the Iranians

- reply from the Soviets that they will not share with us any information related to the Gisel high level events if Belenko's affaire is not properly handled


FILE 350:


- Report on the 26/09/1976 Lop Nor nuclear test
- Report on the 29/09/1976 Novaya Zemlya nuclear test
- Final Report on the Clovis Giselian UFO
- Report on Cosmos-777 25-Jan-76 debris event
- Report on PAGEOS 10-Sep-76 debris event



FILE 351 (Gisel):


- Final Report on the Canary Island High Level Events (20/06/76 to 22/09/76)

- Final Report on the Morocco Transect High Level Events (15/09/76 to 20/09/76)

- Draft on potential locations of Giselian beacons in Mauritania

- Draft on potential locations of Giselian beacons in Algeria

- Preliminary Assessment of the Yambuku-Zaire Landing


- Proposal for Analysis of the Nzara-Madiri-Sudan Contaminated Subjects


- Draft on confirmed locations of Giselian beacons in Iran

- Preliminary disinformation report:


    - proposal to assign Giselian HLE in Western Mediterranean to 1976- 074C/09051

    - proposal to leave IIAF's accounts of Giselian HLE over Tehran as is


- Tapes on SigInt as recorded by Kabkan Station




FL-140210 FFT-based coherent integration for both polarizations of Gisel Beacon 0447. Defense Report.


FL-030107 Five possible target-spectrum characteristics of Giselian crafts


FL-120409 Analysis of the CAFB exchange. Defense Report.


FL-280509 The Sept. 15th, 1976 Soyuz 22 Incident and its relation to Giselian Becons. A proposal. Defense Report.


FL-300709 Detection of a Giselian Craft over Tehran in July, 1978. Defense Report.


MORI Doc-ID: 1472492


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