Anders Berglund searching for UFO reports in the Kolmården area
A contemplative Johan Gustavsson planning the Kolmården Project
From left: Johan Gustavsson, Tage Bång, Anders Berglund, Tobias Lindgren, Anders Skoglund, Christoffer Mossberg
This is not the first time for such a UFO-Sweden project. Similar studies were initiated in Värmland 2002 and 2004 and also the so called Mien Project in Småland 2007. The result was most rewarding with many new UFO reports documented.
Anders Persson documenting a UFO report during Project Värmland 2002
Clas Svahn presenting the days work at the Mien Project 2007
Beginning August 30th a second expedition to lake Nammajaure will take place with a renewed attempt to find the ghost rocket that landed and sank in this northern lake in July 1980. Here is Clas Svahn´s announcement of the expedition:
"In a couple of weeks I will lead an expedition to Lake Nammajaure where a Ghost Rocket landed and sank in July 1980. Seen by two excellent witnesses in broad daylight during its flight over them, down to the lake and the landing.
The lake is situated in a remote area within a National park and we will carry all instruments, tents and personal packings through the woods.
This is UFO-Sweden's second attempt to find the strange ”rocket”. The first search was made in 2012 but now we are returning with better instruments and an expert on ground penetrating radar plus a TV documentary team that has followed me and UFO-Sweden since nearly five years.
Please take a look at our information page.
And if you are interested in helping us to make this within our small budget, all contributions are very welcomed."
My own AFU initiative this weekend has been a few hours work doing the final arranging of the Sven Magnusson archive. Sven Magnusson was editor of the Swedish magazine Sökaren from 1964-2008. Articles covered every conceivable subject within the UFO, paranormal, spiritual and new age field but usually the quality of the material printed was of high quality and Sven succeded in attracting the best minds and writers on these taboo subjects. His international correspondence file is a who´s who of active writers and researchers from the 1960s onward. Here a few names: Rupert Sheldrake, Ian Stevenson, Charles Tart, Hans Bender, J.B. Rhine, D. Scott Rogo, Allen Hynek, John Keel, Jerome Clark but also contactees like Daniel Fry and Ray & Rex Stanford.
Sven Magnusson in 1977
For anyone interested in borderland research and philosophy Sökaren is still a treasure trove of interesting articles and data. Sven Magnusson was a good friend and collegue and I am glad to have made his acquaintance. A wise and bold writer always challenging the reductionist, materialist world view with new intriguing data from the forbidden sciences.
Sven Magnusson 1930-2008