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Wilbert Smith





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 Project Magnet -The Canadian Government UFO Study


"I make no attempt to 'prove' anything, and have no intention of doing so. It is up to each and every one to search out the truth and decide for themselves just what is truth. Truth needs no justification; it stands alone." Wilbert Smith


Smith Background

Interview about Wilbert Smith

Interview with Wilbert Smith

Smith U.S. and Canadian Contacts

Wilbert Smith: His Story on Video

Wilbert Smith's book "New Science"





Dr. Robert Sarbacher- A key U.S. contact.

Dr. Omond Solandt - Top Canadian Defense Official.

Top Secret Memo Text

Top Secret Memo Draft

Embassy Correspondence

A day in the Life of Wilbert Smith

Wilbert Smith Articles

Wilbert Smith Lectures

Article : "U.S. Project Magnet"

Article: "Message from the Pulpit"

Article: "Was there a Top Secret Committee?"

Article: "AFFA Meets the CIA"

Article: Wilbert Smith CIA Connection

Wilbert Smith MJ-12 Channel

Article: "'Good' versus 'Bad' alien"

Article: "AFFA sends a Message"

Wilbert Smith Archives CD-ROM

Canadian Flying Saucer Observatory

Article: Wilbert Smith, A Crashed Saucer, and the Ultimate Alien Encounter

Article: Canadians Send Flying Saucer Article to Vannevar Bush

Du nouveau sur Wilbert Smith par François Parmentier


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The Wilbert Smith Archives CD

Latest UFO News


Ottawa Interplanetary Society - On April 7, 1952 Wilbert Smith, Director of the Canadian Flying Saucer Investigation hosted a meeting of the Ottawa Interplanetary Society.  Those invited and attending included Nobel-Prize winner Dr. G. Herzberg. Included with the record of this meeting, discovered at the University of Ottawa Archives by Nick Balaskas, is a drawing of a flying saucer indicating possible military applications.