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UFO and the Bible
Jessup attempted to make a living writing on the subject of UFOs, but his follow-up books did jjessup sell well and his publisher rejected several other manuscripts. Relevant discussion may be found on the talk page. Varo Corporation, ; available at . June Learn how and when to remove this template message.
Some people believed that “The circumstances of Jessup’s apparent suicide remain mysterious”  and conspiracy theorists contended that udo was jessu; to his knowledge of the “Philadelphia Experiment”. Blavatsky ‘s cult of Theosophywhich included the mythical lost continents of AtlantisMuand Lemuria. He earned a bachelor of science degree in astronomy from The University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan in and, while working at the Lamont-Hussey Observatory, received a master of science degree in On April 19,Jessup contacted Manson Valentine and arranged to meet with him the next day, claiming to have made a breakthrough regarding an event known as the Philadelphia Experiment.
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Ezekiel’s Wheel circa — B. Tulli Papyrus possibly 15th century B. Jessup achieved some notoriety with his book The Case for the UFOin which he argued that unidentified flying objects UFOs represented a mysterious subject worthy of further study.
This article is about the astronomer and ufologist. After returning to Floridahe was involved in a serious car accident and was slow to recover, apparently increasing his despondency.
Please help improve it or discuss the issue on the talk page. Jessup has been referred to in ufological circles as “probably the most original extraterrestrial hypothesiser of the s”, and it has been said of him that he was “educated jessul astronomy and archeology and had working experience in both. Morris Ketchum Jessup March 2,  — April 20,had a Master of Science Degree in astronomy and, though employed for most of his life as an automobile-parts salesman and a jwssup, is probably best remembered for his writings on UFOs.
Retrieved from ” https: List of reported UFO sightings Sightings in outer space. Nevertheless, he was sometimes referred to as “Dr. Please help this hfo by looking for better, more reliable sources. This page was last edited on 29 Decemberat Though he began work on his doctorate in astrophysicshe ended his dissertaton work in and never earned the higher degree. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. In his wife left him, and his friends described him as being somewhat unstable when he traveled to New York City.
However, on April 20,Jessup was found dead in Dade County, Floridawith a hose between the exhaust pipe and a rear window of the vehicle, filling the car with jessp exhaust fumes.
Morris K. Jessup
This article has multiple issues. Project InvisibilityNew York: The latter suggested that transient lunar phenomenon were somehow related to UFOs in the earth’s skies.
Conventions Fiction Religions jessu. Views Read Edit View history. Index of ufology articles. Born near Rockville, IndianaJessup grew up with an interest in astronomy.
Facts on File,p. Jessup documented an expedition to Cuzco he took part in during Omnigraphics,p. Others have March 20, Like most of the writers on flying saucers and the so-called contactees that emerged during the s, Jessup displayed familiarity with the alternative mythology of human prehistory developed by Helena P. Jessup’s main flying-saucer scenario came to resemble that of the Shaver Hoax perpetrated by the science-fiction magazine editor Raymond A.