Aimé Michel

Le premier mystère est: pourquoi y a-t-il quelque chose plutôt que rien?
Et le deuxième, aussi grand que le premier: pourquoi suis-je là en train de penser?

A visit to Valensole

Flying Saucer Review – Vol. 14, n°1, January-February 1968
The tumult and the shouting had long since died when we contrived to visit the small Provencal town of Valensole. It seemed that the startling event in the lavender field which occurred on the morning of July 1, 1965, had been forgotten, until we reminded ourselves that the official reaction to the Marliens marks had shown otherwise. Lire l’article

The « Cat-Flap » Effect

Flying Saucer Review – Vol. 25, n°5, September-October 1979
When French people are about to get married, they quote a saying that sums up two thousand years of conjugal wisdom: they say: “The time comes when you just have to draw a line and put an end to the situation.” And some even go on to add: “one way or the other.”
Well now, the time has come for me too to draw the line and make an end of it: and so this will probably be my last contribution to Ufology. Lire l’article

Global Orthoteny – Aimé Michel’s latest discovery

Flying Saucer Review – Vol. 9, n°3, May 1963
Much controversy was inevitably aroused by the original discovery that UFOs, or some of them at least, have travelled across certain territories in straight lines. Researchers in many countries had reported the existence of these straight lines, a factor in the mystery that ruled out all the objections put forward by the sceptics. Aimé Michel, in the following letter addressed to the Editor of the Flying Saucer Review, points out that his latest discovery puts paid to many of the criticisms levelled against his original theory. Lire l’article

Valensole – Further details

Flying Saucer Review – Vol. 11, Vol. 12, n°3, May 1966
Your contributor Luis Schönherr is quite right; many questions about the Valensole case remain unanswered. I did not make a report, having studied this landing merely from the point of view that interested me. The only things of mine published in the Flying Saucer Review were a few reflections. Lire l’article

Project Dick

Flying Saucer Review – Vol. 18, n°1, February 1972
Every time that, for my own instruction, I re-read one of my articles in Flying Saucer Review and I find it strewn with ridicule, sarcasms, and bad jokes, a blush of shame rises to my brow as I think of the promiscuous outrage thus inflicted on so many serious investigators, investigators who respect their readers, and I swear that I will display more decency next time. Lire l’article