November 8, 2008

FEMA Firefighters Manual Devoted Chapter to UFO Preparedness

From io9, a tip (with video) that a 1993 firefighters' manual from FEMA has an entire chapter devoted to UFO preparedness. Lots of casual, no-nonsense advice on not touching sizzling hot spaceships, helping injured little aliens out of a crashed ship, and more!

From this site, copy from that chapter:

The force field affects on the physical environment--
communication, transportation, illumination, and computerized data
storage--have already been considered. We might have added that some
physical effects have been observed at locations where UFOs have
landed-- circular patterns of crops destroyed by heat or radiation
and baking or sterilization of the soil at the site.

On a more practical basis there may be grounds for concern that
more than just the environment can be adversely affected by UFO
actions. While pursuing UFOs, military aircraft have disappeared in
mid-air, exploded, and suffered harassment. Persons on the ground have
sustained serious burns, paralysis, and "blows" from a force field,
radiated emissions, or rays and beams that have been described like
that of a "stun-gun"

Besides the possible physical effects of approaching a UFO,
e.g.. burns, radiation, etc., there may be psychological effects produced
by force fields that could induce a hypnotic state in the viewer,
loss of consciousness, memory relapse, and submission to the
occupants. Jacques Vallee, author of "The Invisible College" cautions
that we should consider psychic effects, such as space-time
distortions experienced by percipients of craft-like devices which
appear to fade away--dematerialize--and then reappear; of alien,
strange voices or thoughts that may effect involuntary changes in the
manner in which witnesses may react in such circumstances.

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