UAP

Vallee, Australia, and China

Summary

Forbidden Science  In the last few days I have been re-reading Jacques Vallee’s book, “Forbidden Science: Volume 2” and I came across a diary entry dated 25 June 1970. Vallee was in London and met Gordon Creighton of the “Flying […]

Forbidden Science 

In the last few days I have been re-reading Jacques Vallee’s book, “Forbidden Science: Volume 2” and I came across a diary entry dated 25 June 1970. Vallee was in London and met Gordon Creighton of the “Flying Saucer Review” team.

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Vallee advised that Creighton was a former intelligence specialist who had lived in China for a long time; then worked in the USA and later Brazil. This was followed by seven years working in the Joint Intelligence Bureau studying Chinese affairs. Vallee wrote:

“Gordon told us that the Red Chinese were fascinated with the problem. He knows two Australian businessmen who trade in Mainland China.  On every trip they hear of sightings, and Chinese officials often ask them if there are similar reports in the rest of the world, or if the phenomenon is peculiar to China!”

The Kibel family 

Who could these unamed Australian businessmen be? One thought immediately occurred to me, and this was that they were members of the Kibel family of Melbourne. The male members of the family were Mark Alexander Kibel, the father; and sons James Johnson Kibel and Brian Johnson Kibel. All three were directors of Servian Machine Tools Pty. Ltd. of Melbourne. Did they trade with China?

I found the answer on a file in the National Archives of Australia. Originally created by the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) the file was file series A6119, control symbol 6501. I found a memo, dated 17 November 1983, which, in part read:

“The Kibel family business, Servian Machine Tools Pty. Ltd. has a long history of trade, initially with East European countries, and from the 1960’s with the PRC…had company members regularly visiting China.”

James Johnson Kibel is known to have had a long interest in the subject of UAP. Indeed, he was the individual who took the famous Balwyn, Melbourne photograph in April 1966. Click here and here for a comprehensive two part article on this photograph and the Kibel family’s multiple UAP observations. 

Mark Alexander Kibel was born in  the United Kingdom, and he and his family made regular return visits to that country, including one in mid 1966. Thus, there was opportunity for male members of the Kibel family to have met with Gordon Creighton at some point. 

Is this 100% conclusive? Perhaps not, but, in my opinion, it is a reasonable proposition.

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