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MP3 Audio: Vancouver Lecture 1958 Images: Wilbert Brockhouse Smith 1952 Defense meeting PDFs: Discussing saucers On dealing with saucers

Project Magnet

For less than 1000 Canadian Dollars, Wilbert Smith successfully solicited Canadian authority for the use of existing equipment with minor modifications to scan and log for UFO-s.

This started Project Magnet.

About a year after the scanning and logging began, the sensors in the UFO detector station all activated alarms to alert nearby personnel that UFO-s were detected... and recorded on paper graphs. This first and only UFO detection occurred on the developer's birthday, August 8, 1954.

On August 10, two days after the first and only detection of UFO activity, the Project Magnet program was shut down. Assumption: Canada's UFO program went black (top secret).

More articles about Project Magnet

Bio

Memoriam of Wilbert Smith at RadioAlumni.ca


YouTube on WBS

Project Magnet - Wilbert B. Smith 11.11.1957

Project Magnet - Wilbert B. Smith 02.01.1958

Project Magnet - Wilbert B. Smith 03.16.1958

Wilbert Smith and the Origins of Disclosure - by Andrew Johnson (1 hour 2 min)

"Wilbert Brockhouse Smith was a writer who, through the 1940's and 1950's, rose to a high position in the Canadian Government and eventually became the Superintendent of Radio Regulations. In 1950, his interest in "flying saucers" (as they were called then) was triggered by a magazine article and he began to investigate "saucer" cases himself, developing questionnaires for witnesses and contactees. In the presentation at the 2009 Leeds Exopolitics Conference, Andrew showed us how seriously Smith took his research and how he realised and expressed the implications of what he discovered.

He made repeated and strenuous efforts to obtain the support of the Canadian Government in specific research projects that he and a small team of associates undertook. These projects were not without success, although in later years, government officials disavowed their involvement with them and withdrew support. In 10 years of research, Smith's understanding developed and he began to see "the bigger picture". He realised the key role that awareness and consciousness played in the phenomena that he was investigating.

Andrew Johnson presented "Wilbert B Smith and the Origins of Disclosure" on Saturday June 27th, 2009 at the 1st Annual British Exopolitics Expo."

Wilbert B Smith and UFO/ET Disclosure - Part 1

Wilbert B Smith and UFO/ET Disclosure - Part 2


Information sources circa 2021

See: Wilbert Smith Information Sources

See also

The Smith Tensor Beam Project

Is a design by Wilbert Brockhouse Smith and was operated in the 1950s producing a 'resonance upon the temporal fabric of reality,' per Smith.

The Hexatron Project

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The amateur science of the hexatron project stems from an understanding of Wilbert Brockhouse Smith, and others, by an intuitive knowing that seems to have been guided when viewed from the full bucket list.

The Hexatron project resonator is a torus knot 3-phase array on the same donut. The same operating principles of W. B. Smith's 'tensor coil' are expected to apply.