The enigmatic world of UFO sightings has captivated the imaginations of people around the globe for decades. Among the notable cases, the Holloman Air Force Base incident of May 1965(?) stands out as one of the most intriguing and controversial. Recently, filmmaker James Fox shed light on this incident, revealing the existence of full video footage that allegedly captured the landing of UFOs and the presence of alien entities. However, the government’s failure to release the complete footage has only added to the enigma surrounding this historic event.
The Holloman Incident: A Significant UFO Sighting:
Holloman Air Force Base, established in 1942 and located in New Mexico, became the epicenter of an extraordinary alleged event in May 1965. According to James Fox, the filmmaker behind the revelation, three unidentified flying objects landed at the base, leaving witnesses in awe. This encounter quickly gained attention due to the potential evidence it provided regarding extraterrestrial life.
The Promise of Authentic Footage:
Albert “Al” Emenegger, a filmmaker working on a documentary about UFOs, was promised access to the authentic footage of the Holloman incident by United States Air Force officials. Emenegger claimed that the footage depicted alien visitors emerging from the craft and interacting with the US military. Although initially skeptical, Emenegger was assured by the Air Force that the footage was genuine. However, he was only allowed to retain a mere eight seconds of the footage.
Government Secrecy and Controversy:
Despite the promises made, the US government failed to release the full footage of the Holloman incident. Speculation suggests that the Nixon Administration, eager to appear strong in the scientific field for the upcoming 1972 re-election campaign, initially allowed the footage to be used in Emenegger’s documentary. However, as the Watergate controversy deepened, the government pulled back, keeping the complete footage hidden from public view.
The Intriguing Documentary and the Mysterious Eight Seconds:
The resulting documentary, “UFOs Past Present Future,” released in 1974, captivated audiences with its exploration of unidentified flying objects. After subsequent updates and edits, the film was re-released as “UFOS: It has Begun” in 1976 and 1979, featuring Rod Serling as the host. The documentary showcased reenactments and illustrations, aiming to tell the story of the Holloman incident. However, it is the elusive eight seconds of footage that have fueled much speculation. Some claim that the object seen in these seconds is one of the UFOs, capturing the moment of its descent towards the base.
Continued Enigma and Independent Investigations:
To this day, the full video footage of the Holloman incident, including the alleged sighting of alien entities, remains unreleased. The government’s decision to withhold this evidence only amplifies the mystery and controversy surrounding the event. However, independent researchers and UFO enthusiasts continue their quest for the truth. Notably, the YouTube channel “Here Suddenly” has conducted impressive research and analysis of the available details, shedding new light on the Holloman incident.
The Holloman Air Force Base UFO incident of the mid-60s continues to fascinate and perplex both believers and skeptics alike. The promise of authentic footage, the subsequent government secrecy, and the ongoing search for answers have turned this event into an enduring enigma. While the complete truth may still elude us, the Holloman incident remains a significant chapter in UFO history, reminding us of the enduring allure and mystery surrounding unidentified flying objects.
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Documentary Highlights Need for Advancing Women’s Health Research
WASHINGTON, D.C., UNITED STATES /EINPresswire.com/ — The National Institutes of Health recently presented an exclusive screening of the documentary Below the Belt to its 21,000+ employees and researchers.
Below the Belt shines a light on endometriosis, a disease that affects 200 million girls and women around the world yet remains vastly underfunded and under-researched.
The filmmaker Shannon Cohn is one of those women. Cohn partnered with executive producers Hillary Rodham Clinton, Rosario Dawson, Corinne Foxx, Mae Whitman, and the late Senator Orrin Hatch to position the film as a key part of a larger social impact campaign focused on increasing widespread awareness, improving medical education, and creating transformative policy changes in women’s health.
The documentary shows how women are often dismissed, discounted, and disbelieved in their healthcare. During the average ten years it takes to be diagnosed with endometriosis, they are often told that symptoms are in their head or part of being a woman. A greater diagnostic delay exists for women of color who are less likely to be believed, diagnosed, and effectively treated. Due to outdated notions, women with endometriosis are often treated with an array of ineffective drugs and surgeries and erroneously told that pregnancy and hysterectomy are cures. Nearly 50% of infertility cases in women are due to this disease, and almost all are preventable.
The NIH screening, hosted by Diana W. Bianchi, M.D., director of the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development at NIH, and Janine Clayton, M.D., Director, Office of Research on Women’s Health, and NIH Associate D
irector for Research on Women’s Health, was shared with all 27 departments of the NIH Institutes and Centers that make up the National Institutes of Health.
“It is important for our society to understand the human impact of endometriosis. That is why documentaries like Below the Belt are so significant,” said Diana W. Bianchi, M.D. “Our hope is that a greater awareness of the effects of endometriosis among women in the United States and around the world will help accelerate research efforts to definitively diagnose, prevent, and treat this painful disorder.”
Director Janine Clayton, M.D., noted in a panel discussion following the screening that too often, women, and in particular women of color, are not listened to, especially when they are experiencing pain, and they are not believed.
“Unfortunately, race is a factor that sometimes results in bias and how clinicians evaluate individuals presenting with pain,” said Clayton. “It is critical that we raise awareness of that fact and necessary to interrupt the bias.”
Both NIH and Cohn are pressing Congress about the urgent need to focus on women’s health research.
“The goal is to press for a transformative amount of research funding for NIH,” said Cohn. “Researchers should be allowed to be trailblazers on a disease that impacts so many people. We must compel Congress to act on the urgent need to increase funding, not just for endometriosis but for all women’s health issues.”
NIH is working with the White House on a new initiative establishing the first-ever White House Initiative on Women’s Health Research, an effort led by First Lady Dr. Jill Biden and the White House Gender Policy Council. Its goal is to fundamentally change how the United States approaches and funds women’s health research while pioneering the next generation of discoveries in women’s health.
In a statement, the Biden administration specified that “under-investing in women’s health research can decrease women’s well-being and quality of life, hold women back in the workplace, and affect their families’ economic security. By contrast, increasing investments in women’s health research can yield broad societal gains, including lower health care costs and a more productive and inclusive workforce.”
Cohn believes the global social impact campaign around the film can help elevate the White House’s overarching mission and recently discussed the campaign’s strategic elements and goals with the White House Gender Policy Council.
About Below the Belt
The documentary Below the Belt exposes widespread problems in our healthcare systems that disproportionately affect women. From societal taboos and gender bias to misinformed doctors and financial barriers to care, the film reveals how millions are silenced and how, by fighting back, we can improve healthcare for everyone. Below the Belt is streaming on PBS through June 2024.
About Shannon Cohn
Shannon Cohn is an attorney and filmmaker whose work has appeared on PBS, Discovery Channel, and Nat Geo. Her previous film, Endo What?, a feature documentary on endometriosis, was hailed by The Guardian as “film of the year” and by Newsweek as “the first step in a plan for change.”
Source: Laura Evans Media
Porto Jewish Community to Release the Trailer to a Film About the Massacre of the Jews of Lisbon in 1506
PORTO, Portugal (Newswire.com) – The Jewish community of Porto has released to the general public the trailer for a full-length historical film about the massacre of the Jews of Lisbon that took place in the Portuguese capital in 1506.
The premiere of the film “1506,” which will be available for free viewing, will take place on April 19, 2024 – exactly 518 years since that traumatic event occurred. The film will be available in a variety of languages and platforms for online viewing.
More than 3,000 Jews were brutally murdered in the massacre between April 19 and 21,1506. A simple spark was enough for popular sentiment to cause a catastrophe. The fires into which the bodies were thrown reached the height of houses – even babies were thrown into the fire in the heart of the city, where for three days a brutal mass slaughter of the city’s Jewish residents took place.
“To know the massacre of 1506 in Lisbon is to know the events of October 7, 2023 in Israel and the historic massacres perpetrated against the Jewish people throughout Europe. The only change is the weapons used. ‘October 7 did not exist in a vacuum,’ Antonio Guterres said, and he is right,” said Gabriel Senderowicz, president of the Porto Jewish community and a member of the European Jewish Association.
The Portuguese company LightBox was chosen to produce the film, and the script recreating the historical events, written in 2021, was based on in-depth research carried out at the Alberto Benveniste Research Center for Sephardic Studies at the University of Lisbon.
The Porto Jewish community has been active over the past decade to promote Jewish culture, history and education. Among its notable achievements during this period is the feature film “1618,” which recounts the story of the Inquisition in the city and won the largest number of international awards for a Portuguese film.
The Jewish community of Porto was only officially reestablished in 1923 by Captain Barros Basto, known as the “Portuguese Dreyfus” after he was persecuted for his efforts to reestablish a Jewish community in Porto, some four centuries after it had been destroyed by the Portuguese Inquisition.
Among the important projects led by the community over the past decade are the Jewish Museum in Porto and the Holocaust Museum, which in the past two years have hosted more than 100,000 schoolchildren, constituting 10% of all schoolchildren in Portugal.
Source: The Jewish Community of Porto
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