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Top Secret/Majic is the result of nuclear physicist and renowned UFO investigator Stanton T. Friedman's twenty-one year search for the truth about the mysterious Operation Majestic 12, President Truman's top-secret UFO investigation team. In this updated edition of his landmark book, he tells the incredible tale of the July, 1947 recovery of a crashed flying saucer near Ro Top Secret/Majic is the result of nuclear physicist and renowned UFO investigator Stanton T. Friedman's twenty-one year search for the truth about the mysterious Operation Majestic 12, President Truman's top-secret UFO investigation team. In this updated edition of his landmark book, he tells the incredible tale of the July, 1947 recovery of a crashed flying saucer near Roswell, New Mexico, and the establishment by President Truman of a truly all-star cast to deal with the saucer and its non-human inhabitants. The first four Directors of Central Intelligence, the first Secretary of Defense, and several outstanding scientists and military leaders were part of the team. Through painstaking research and startling evidence—including documents that have never before been published—Friedman effectively exposes the U.S. government's biggest-kept secret: a fifty-eight year UFO cover-up.


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Top Secret/Majic is the result of nuclear physicist and renowned UFO investigator Stanton T. Friedman's twenty-one year search for the truth about the mysterious Operation Majestic 12, President Truman's top-secret UFO investigation team. In this updated edition of his landmark book, he tells the incredible tale of the July, 1947 recovery of a crashed flying saucer near Ro Top Secret/Majic is the result of nuclear physicist and renowned UFO investigator Stanton T. Friedman's twenty-one year search for the truth about the mysterious Operation Majestic 12, President Truman's top-secret UFO investigation team. In this updated edition of his landmark book, he tells the incredible tale of the July, 1947 recovery of a crashed flying saucer near Roswell, New Mexico, and the establishment by President Truman of a truly all-star cast to deal with the saucer and its non-human inhabitants. The first four Directors of Central Intelligence, the first Secretary of Defense, and several outstanding scientists and military leaders were part of the team. Through painstaking research and startling evidence—including documents that have never before been published—Friedman effectively exposes the U.S. government's biggest-kept secret: a fifty-eight year UFO cover-up.

30 review for Top Secret/Majic: Operation Majestic-12 & the United States Government's UFO Cover-up

  1. 4 out of 5

    Kimber

    Excellent, pain-staking research.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Mark Tallen

    oh yes...there was a group of individuals that dealt with Alien craft etc...how do I know? ...this book full of painstaking research informed me. That's how. oh yes...there was a group of individuals that dealt with Alien craft etc...how do I know? ...this book full of painstaking research informed me. That's how.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Erik Graff

    I borrowed this book from Michael Miley's library while visiting him at his home in Sonoma, California. Stanton Friedman is strongly committed to a scientific materialistic interpretation of UFO phenomena and maintains relatively high standards in his work. If you want to consider the extraterrestrial hypothesis, Friedman's work is worth investigation. This book is less about physics and more about the evidence for US cover-ups of UFOs retrievals, particularly in Roswell and Corona, NM as possibl I borrowed this book from Michael Miley's library while visiting him at his home in Sonoma, California. Stanton Friedman is strongly committed to a scientific materialistic interpretation of UFO phenomena and maintains relatively high standards in his work. If you want to consider the extraterrestrial hypothesis, Friedman's work is worth investigation. This book is less about physics and more about the evidence for US cover-ups of UFOs retrievals, particularly in Roswell and Corona, NM as possibly evinced by purported governmental documents describing a secret, presidentially-appointed committee devoted to dealing with them. Friedman, the first serious civilian investigator of the crash events, is prejudiced in favor of the authenticity of these documents as they support and supplement his research. For a strong, thorough argument in favor of these documents, this book is recommended.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Shaun McNamara

    The late, great Stanton Friedman brought some much needed respectability to this subject. A good read. Friedman’s research was well known and hugely respected in the UFO community, which lets face it, has its fair share of cranks, crooks and disinformation merchants. This guy was one of the elite UFO investigators, he can be mentioned in the same breath as a Jacques Vallee or Richard Dolan.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Mike Rot

    I believe in Stanton Friedman.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Jon

    A roll of film was dropped into the mailbox of UFO researcher, Jaime Shandera. When developed, the pictures showed documents that appeared to verify the existence of Majestic-12...a secret government organization established in 1947 by President Truman. Its purpose: to conceal the fact that extraterrestrial life has been visiting Earth for years and to study the technology and even the bodies of aliens recovered from crashed spacecraft. While these documents are called hoaxes by many debunkers, s A roll of film was dropped into the mailbox of UFO researcher, Jaime Shandera. When developed, the pictures showed documents that appeared to verify the existence of Majestic-12...a secret government organization established in 1947 by President Truman. Its purpose: to conceal the fact that extraterrestrial life has been visiting Earth for years and to study the technology and even the bodies of aliens recovered from crashed spacecraft. While these documents are called hoaxes by many debunkers, scientist and author Stanton Friedman offers this book as a detailed account of his painstaking research into the so-called "Majestic documents" and argues for their authenticity. There is perhaps no one in the field of Ufology that I respect more than Stanton Friedman. He is a nuclear physicist who spent years working for the government on projects such as nuclear aircraft engines. He is level-headed and he applies the scientific method to UFO research. If something is cockamamie and off the wall, he is the first to call it as such. For this reason alone, I am prepared to hear what he has to say about the purported Majestic 12 documents and almost ready to concur as to their veracity. Almost. In his book, Friedman begins with an analysis of the documents themselves as well as biographical research into who the men of Majestic-12 (supposedly) were and why they would have been excellent candidates for such an enterprise. The breadth and depth of this information demonstrates that if the documents are indeed forgeries, then they were a herculean undertaking on the part of the hoaxer(s). While this in itself is not dissuasive to the hoax theory, it does give one pause to wonder. By citing papers found at the library archives of these men as well as documents obtained through the Freedom Of Information Act (FOIA), Friedman is able to create a compelling case that President Truman did indeed assemble a collective of twelve men who were scientific or military intelligence experts and that their charge was management of alien contact. Friedman devotes a fair amount of space to countering allegations of fraud and forgery from the skeptical community. These charges seem to fall into one of a few different areas. The skeptics are quick to point out discrepancies in the format and the typeset of the documents, claiming them contrary to government texts of the time. Friedman is able to cite numerous examples that show how formats were often disregard in governmental/military correspondence. There are also claims that a few of these officials never met on the days that certain memos and documents allege that they do. Friedman is quick to point out that many meetings of federal officials occur off the schedule. Finally, there is the tired old cry of "how could anything involving thousands of people be kept so secret?" Friedman, himself a former employee of once classified defense projects, interviews former members of the Manhattan Project, the World War II effort to build the first atomic bomb and (officially) the most top secret work our nation has ever undertaken. These men all say the same thing: of course it can be kept secret. We did it. The key is to compartmentalize, compartmentalize, compartmentalize. There are times when the book gets tedious. Friedman is forced the spend a few necessary pages on how FOIA works and what the exceptions are. His refutes to the skeptics often turn into pissing contests with notorious UFO critic, Phillip Klass. There is also a chapter devoted to the "alien autopsy" video of 1996, something that has largely been proven to be faked. Why this is tacked on to a book about Majestic 12 is something I can't explain. Despite all of this, I believe that Friedman is on to something. As always, his research methods are sound and when he cites data it is virtually incontestable. Therefore, I'm ready to say with 75% certainty that the MJ-12 documents are the real deal. Why only 75%? Well, despite Friedman's extraordinary efforts, I suppose I'm just...cautious.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Laurel

    I enjoyed reading a book on UFO's by a physicist, he approached the subject in a manner that works for my mind set as he provides charts and numbers. I actually appreciated how Friedman spent so much time accounting for his process in searching archives; The information becomes mundane, but (assuming he isn't just outright lying) tells the reader a lot about his dedication to the subject. It also is a comment on how "free" information actually is. He does provide a chapter by chapter bibliograpg I enjoyed reading a book on UFO's by a physicist, he approached the subject in a manner that works for my mind set as he provides charts and numbers. I actually appreciated how Friedman spent so much time accounting for his process in searching archives; The information becomes mundane, but (assuming he isn't just outright lying) tells the reader a lot about his dedication to the subject. It also is a comment on how "free" information actually is. He does provide a chapter by chapter bibliograpghy at the end, but I will never understand why an author who is trying to prove a fringe theory does not provide footnote references.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Bryce Zabel

    Stanton Friedman is the man who broke the Roswell story back in 1978 when he first talked to Jesse Marcel. This book is about the other great contribution he made to UFOlogy, the discovery and vetting of the Majestic-12 documents, purportedly a briefing paper for President-elect Dwight Eisenhower back in 1952. Friedman is a dogged researcher and this is his seminal book.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Steve

    Incredible!

  10. 5 out of 5

    P.S. Winn

    This is fascinating stuff! You don't have to believe, but after reading this book you just might. This is fascinating stuff! You don't have to believe, but after reading this book you just might.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Laurie Alex

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    Tom Losnedahl

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  28. 5 out of 5

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  29. 4 out of 5

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    Adam Harding

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