Wilbert Smith, head of the secret Canadian ‘UFO Magnet’ project, worked as a senior radio engineer for the Canadian government’s Department of Transport in the late 1940s and 1950s.
It was thanks to him that radio communications between Canada and the United States were established at that time.
Few people know that Mr. Smith convinced the Canadian government to establish a UFO surveillance program that ended up finding UFOs that he said were supernatural.
Wilbert Brockhouse Smith
Asking Americans about the existence of UFOs, he got the answer that the US government has put this matter at the forefront and it is even more top secret than the atomic bomb.
In 1950 the Canadian UFO study program Project Magnet was established by Transport Canada under the direction of Mr. Smith. The government officially funded the project for four years, after which it received informal funding.
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In 1952 he established an observatory at Shirley Bay to study the results of UFO sightings as part of Project Magnet. He was personally interested in geomagnetism which allowed him to conclude that UFOs are of extraterrestrial origin, are driven by magnetic forces and are indeed representatives of parallel universes.
Smith said: “I believe that people from other places choose all kinds of methods to contact us and their technology and understanding is much better than ours, they can use methods that we find completely incomprehensible.”
“One of the most important things I had to realize is that we are not alone. The human race in human form spans the entire universe and is incredibly ancient.
Furthermore, her appearance in physical form is just one of many manifestations of her on the path of progress. This planet has been colonized many times by people from other places and our current human race is a sister to these people. It’s a wonder they’re interested in us,” said Wilbert Smith.
In 1961 he gave a speech at the Vancouver Area UFO Club where he claimed to have communicated with extraterrestrials, calling them “boys from the sky”.
Furthermore, he said that the aliens explained to him that the speed of light is not constant and that time in the universe works differently, not the chronological marking people might imagine on Earth but a “field function” that varies over time. the universe and that they can change.
On November 21, 1950, Mr. Smith wrote a memo that was classified as “Top Secret” but was later found in the archives of the University of Ottawa.
One of the Canadian documents relating to Wilbert Smith and Project Magnet that I found particularly interesting is page 6780 (i.e. Part 23, page 180 of 300 – e002997366) which is a memo relating to the Project Magnet archive which states:
“At no time should it be made available to the public”
According to the memo, the Canadian government took UFOs seriously and was developing secret technology using ocean radiation, atmospheric radioactivity and geomagnetism. In addition he wrote that his work was related to geomagnetism and the energy that powered flying saucers.