Thursday, March 23, 2017

UFO Takes A Keen Interest in Zoo Animals

Was the Phoenix Zoo visited by aliens in 1993?

A pair of employees witness an unidentified flying object taking a keen interest in the zoo's animal residents.

Lions, tigers and little green men, oh my!

It can't be true. Or can it? Did an unidentified flying object really visit the Phoenix Zoo in 1993?

Believe it, says Preston Dennett, author of "UFOs Over Arizona: A True History of Extraterrestrial Encounters in the Grand Canyon State." Dennett interviewed an eyewitness to the midnight event, a zoo employee of 10 years, Kenneth Synnott.

“I noticed an extremely bright light in the air directly above the lion and tiger exhibits,” said Synnott, who passed away in 2012. “The light was oval and so bright it hurt my eyes to look at it.”

Dennett says Synnott then called a zoo colleague on the radio, but before Synnott could speak, his partner asked if he could see the strange light.

“At that point, the light was moving over my truck,” Synnott continued. “As the light passed over me, the truck’s motor stopped and the lights went out. I sat motionless, more frightened than anything else. As soon as the light passed over the truck, the light and motor came back on.”

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The UFO hovered over the zoo, occasionally sending down “a brief beam of blue light,” Synnott said. “Wherever the UFO went, the animals below would react making sounds that were very unusual for that time of night.”
Object drifts away

Synnott continued to watch the UFO, which then drifted across Van Buren Street and over Phoenix Municipal Stadium. Dennett says that fighter jets were scrambled from Luke Air Force Base, but by the time they arrived at the baseball stadium, the object was gone.

Dennett says Synnott joined up with his colleague at the zoo, who had observed the incident from the front entrance. They immediately checked all the animal exhibits and found nothing out of order. They then called the head animal keeper, Dennett says and fearing how other employees or the public might react collectively, decided to keep the event a secret. Synnott only told his immediate family but went public with the story 10 years later after retiring to Las Vegas.

“I like the Synnott case because there are many cases of UFOs abducting animals,” Dennett says. “It is interesting that the UFO seemed to target various animal enclosures and that the animals reacted to the presence of the UFO. Whatever the reason, the UFO occupants were clearly interested in the animals.”

My kids were always partial to the giraffes and elephants. Wonder which was their favorite?


Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Tom Delonge's UFO and Alien Story and The Government Hacked Emails

The Guy From Blink-182 Has One Helluva Story About Aliens

One little-discussed aspect of the hacked emails from the 2016 presidential campaign was the interest that John Podesta, Hillary Clinton's campaign manager, had in extraterrestrial life. As a self-described "curious skeptic," Podesta has openly called for greater government transparency on UFO-related matters. In his forward to UFOs: Generals, Pilots, and Government Officials Go on the Record, a 2011 book by journalist Leslie Kean, he wrote, "The American people—and people around the world—want to know, and they can handle the truth."
After hackers working at the behest of the Russian government accessed Podesta's Gmail account and shared his emails with WikiLeaks, according to the US governmentWikiLeaks, in turn, released more than 50,000 of them over the course of several weeks. Among the revelations were details about campaign strategy, Podesta's tips on preparing the perfect risotto, and a cache of his correspondence with entrepreneur, author, and rock star Tom DeLonge. DeLonge is best known as a founding member of the multiplatinum pop-punk band Blink-182 (with whom he had a falling out in 2015). He's busy with his other band, Angels, and Airwaves, but it was the work of his Encinitas, California-based company, To the Stars, that he discussed in his correspondence.
DeLonge describes To the Stars as an "independent multi-media entertainment company" that explores "the profound, yet unresolved mysteries involving science and the universe," an interest he shares with Podesta. In one October 2015 email from DeLonge, with the subject line, "Important things," the rock star offered to set up a meeting with "important" figures within the military industrial complex. He suggested Podesta might find them "very interesting" because they were in "principal leadership" roles on "our sensitive topic."
DeLonge explores the "sensitive topic" in his new book, Sekret Machines: GODS, co-written with Peter Levenda. It's the second in a series of works that has the lofty goal of changing the way humanity views its place in the universe. The book treats extraterrestrial life and its influence on human events as a given and explores the roots of religion and mythology through that lens. DeLonge is also shooting a feature film on the subject and plans years worth of additional books and other multimedia related to it. Mother Jones caught up with DeLonge recently to discuss his book, To the Stars projects, and other "sensitive" topics.
Mother Jones: What was it like when you saw all your contacts with John Podesta spill out as part of WikiLeaks?
Tom DeLonge: It was a terrible thing that happened. I was not planning on that, obviously, nor was anybody else on this conversation. You're dealing with national security when you deal with this subject matter. It is the single most sensitive and dangerous topic, for a variety of reasons. So when a leak like that comes out, it's not a good thing.
MJ: A lot of people who never got a response were reaching out to Podesta. Why did he seem to take you seriously?
TD: For the same reason the other groups of people within the DOD and military and intelligence committee took me seriously: Because I knew my material. I went in there with a lot of humility and respect. WikiLeaks was an illegal hack so I can tell you that there were many, many conversations, and that's all I'll say. But I'm not going to talk about who was on those and what we talked about. After the WikiLeaks issue and how busy he was with the presidential election, I didn't really bother him anymore.
MJ: Mirage Men was a book and documentary about the history of the US government seeding various stories on extraterrestrials and other unexplained phenomena in order to cover for entirely human military projects. Do you ever worry that you're being used to deliver untrue stories?
TD: I think they're using me, absolutely, because I can help. But I don't think they're using me for any kind of misinformation, absolutely not, and I'll tell you why. It took me a year to reach three groups of people in various stovepipes of the government…that were in charge of this subject matter, not only in terms of engineering but in terms of intelligence and military. They all said the exact same thing, the exact same story, and that's what's so important about what I'm doing with the Sekret Machines franchise. The reality is if the president and Congress aren't going to have congressional hearings and have an open statement, then the next best thing is a $100 million movie with a $100 million in marketing, with an international release, and having that happen every couple of years with nonfiction books and documentaries. Then you kind of get an awareness going, a conversation going. That's what I'm doing.
MJ: The Sekret Machines franchise comprises three novels, three nonfiction books, a TV show, and a movie, right?
TD: Yeah. It will go on for a very long time—most likely it won't be restricted to only three novels or three nonfiction books. It will be multiple nonfiction books, multiple historical fiction novels, multiple major feature films, and multiple documentaries. That's the goal. It will take us many years to do all that, but it's something or multiple things happening every year in regards to that architecture. Think of it like the way they do Star Wars or Marvel films. It's an entertain-and-educate model. So you can watch a future film and go, "Wow, I never thought of it that way. I never thought that could be real. Seriously, what's the story behind this?" Then they go buy some nonfiction or watch a documentary.
"Everyone wants to pin it down to aliens and flying saucers from other planets. And that's not the truth. That's almost like taking someone's quote out of context."
MJ: The most recent release, Sekret Machines: Gods, came out March 7. What is the takeaway from that book?
TD: The entire series is setting up a foundation of how to understand the enormity of the subject matter. Everyone wants to pin it down to aliens and flying saucers from other planets. And that's not the truth. That's almost like taking someone's quote out of context. The idea of where consciousness and quantum physics collide is where you're going to find a lot of the unidentified aerial phenomena. It has to do with human consciousness, spirituality. It has to do with religion. So Gods, the first book, is setting up a foundation for people to understand that the human race is akin to what is known as a "cargo cult," [which] started in World War II with indigenous tribes. Planes would come in and drop cargo for the troops. [The tribes] had never seen anything like that before. They never even had contact with the outside world. But they saw these planes and created a religion based on them. They worshiped it, hoping that these gods would drop off cargo to them. In the book Gods, we're trying to set up a foundation so people can understand that all the religions of the world are a form of a cargo cult. And it all relates to seeing things in the sky and supernatural contact.
MJ: Are you at all worried this will be seen as an attack on faith?
TD: I'm not worried about it but understand that it will happen. I grew up in a Christian family. My mom was a nondenominational Christian—you know, baptizing everybody, all that kind of stuff, singing songs on Sunday. I was forced to go to church for so long, and it wasn't until I traveled the world, when I was in the Middle East and reading about all the different religions in the world, that I thought, "Wow, something's kind of funky with my religion."
MJ: In one of your emails to Podesta you said that this project is about changing the cynical views of youth toward government. Can you elaborate on that?
TD: Over a long period of time, the government has had to do things routinely in regards to this subject matter, and they consistently lied because the government couldn't define an issue as sensitive as this. So young adults grew up with the internet and found out that these things were real. But the government had to keep lying about it but never came out and explained why. The problem is, now you have this huge population of people becoming adults who just think that government is full of lies all the time.
There have been decades of strategic implementation of a plan to deal with this issue and create a way to move forward. You'll see those initial drips when they start announcing planets they think have life. Then they start announcing microbial life. And then they start announcing structures, and then they start announcing other things. I think you're going to start seeing an avalanche of all that stuff, and the reason is because now we got our act together. And it took 70 years to do it.
MJ: So you're starting work on a film?
TD: We'll start filming in the fall. Everyone thinks this movie is about skateboarders and UFOs. It's not. It's a coming-of-age thriller, comedy, adventure, very Spielberg in its architecture, but attacking some of the big niche paranormal subjects. I think it's way more like The Goonies than it is anything else.

MJ: So you're pretty sure you're going to succeed expanding horizons and helping people view the world differently?
TD: My whole life has been completely about being underestimated. I remember when Blink signed to a major label, and we had a debut party for the signing. No one came to party, only the guy that signed us. And I remember sitting there, like, "Shit, no one likes this." I remember on the first label we signed on to, the owner of the label made a bet that we wouldn't sell more than 3,000 records. And that record went on and sold [millions].
You'll always see me doing things that I have no business doing. Whether it's directing a major motion picture or meeting with the most important people in government and dealing with the biggest subjects on Earth. The story of the millennia. These are things I aspire to tackle. It doesn't mean I'm going to win on all of them, but God damn, it looks like I've got a pretty good shot at it.

Monday, March 20, 2017

Scientist Says Crop Circles Are Real And Contain Hidden Messages

They’re real and contain hidden messages, scientist says

It all started with a UFO sighting.
Dr Horace Drew, 61, was just 10 years old when he allegedly saw an unidentified, silver, windowless craft hovering in the sky near his suburban home, in Jacksonville, Florida. The encounter lasted only moments but led to a lifelong fascination with the extraterrestrial.
“I saw a UFO, so I knew they were real from an early age,” Dr Drew told
The scientist, who holds a PhD in Chemistry from Caltech, the California Institute of Technology, and worked for CSIRO as a molecular biologist, has been researching crop circles and aliens for 20 years. Dr Drew relocated to Australia in the 1980s but most of his work has taken him overseas, predominantly to Europe.
“They’re quite rare in Australia,” he said.
He, along with many conspiracy theorists, believe crop circles are the work of aliens or human time travellers. Sceptics say most are probably man-made.
A crop circle is typically defined by standing wheat stems that have been flattened in the shape of a circle or more complex pattern. They tend to appear mainly in developed Western or secularised countries — including Japan.
The cause of many of the circles is unknown despite various natural and unorthodox explanations having been put forward. Some crop circles have been proven to be hoaxes.
But according to Dr Drew, a number are legitimate and contain puzzles that can be decoded and linked to time travel and alien life.
He told he had visited about “two dozen crop circles” around the globe in his career. Typically, they were between 50-500m in length, he said.
“For the past 20 years I have been studying UFOs or crop circles. Just as other mainstream scientists study conventional subjects,” Dr Drew told guests at the March UFO & Paranormal Research Society of Australia (UFO-PRSA) seminar in Sydney on Wednesday night.
“This has led to at least one major breakthrough the discovery of a more advanced binary code than our computers currently use.”
Dr Drew claimed that aliens or human time travellers have been leaving the crop circles on Earth as messages to “us or themselves”.

Dr Drew said he was one of a handful of scientists around the world who had worked to successfully decode some of the messages in crop circles.
According to him, some crop circles provide general descriptions of the future.
“Other crop (circles) show schematic images of the future for astronomical or human events,” he said.
He said some of the decoded messages read: ‘Much pain but still time. Believe. There is good out there’; ‘Beware the bearers of false gifts and their broken promises’; ‘We oppose deception. Conduit closing’.
Dr Drew has developed at least two theories as to the purpose of the circles by reading their “advanced (version of) binary codes”.
“One theory is that they are trying to introduce themselves to us peacefully, like we do using bubbles with dolphins,” he said.
“When (humans) want to talk with dolphins we put little bubble circles under the ocean with a generator. We watch the dolphins come up and play and investigate, and we study them.
“This is called the ‘dolphin communication project’.”
He said the dynamic between the way humans interact with dolphins and whales was likely comparable to how extraterrestrials communicate with us.
“Barack or Trump have never said to a dolphin: ‘take me to your leader I want to sign a treaty with you’,” he said.
“And (the extraterrestrials are) not interested in making a treaty with us.
“They are ahead of us like we are ahead of the dolphins and the whales.”
His second theory was that the messages “are not even for us”.
Dr Drew said human time travellers from the distant future could be creating the circles as directional markers, to help them navigate “in their distant past, which is our present”.
“There are definitely humans living there in about 5000 years with time travel capability,” he said.
“They’re coming back and flying all over Earth.
“They seem to just say ‘this is a certain day’ and mark it.
“So the trouble is we don’t know space time physics enough to understand what’s happening. It’s beyond our knowledge.
“Maybe they don’t want us to know about it. It might be just for them.”
It’s a theory shared by many in his field of work.

Dr Drew said the circles appeared to be created by an “unknown energy that heats the crops up”.
“It’s like microwave energy but is something beyond earth’s science,” he said.
“It can pattern the wheat.
“No one sees or hears anything and that's why its so hard to prove. If there’s a craft, it’s silent, noiseless.”
But there’s nothing to fear, according to him.
“Don’t be afraid,” he said.
Telling the difference between a real crop circle and a hoax is like differentiating between an original painting and a fake, according to Dr Drew.
“There are some things to look for,” he said.
Crops that are bent “halfway up” their stems, rather than on the ground ,is one telltale sign “cereologists”, or someone that advocates paranormal explanations of crop circles, look for to determine that it’s not a hoax.
“You can’t absolutely prove a crop circle wasn’t a hoax but you can give a high probability and judgment,” he said.
“If there’s a hoax the word of it gets around very fast, people are aware, people are not that easily fooled.”


Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Harvard Scientist Find A Way That Alien Spaceships Could Be Powering Up

Enigmatic Deep Space Flashes Could Be Powering Alien Spaceships, Say Harvard Scientists

Two Harvard astronomers published a paper with an imagination-grabbing explanation of Fast Radio Bursts (FRBs), mysterious space signals that were first observed in 2007. These bursts are likely to be coming from galaxies billions of lights years away and have enormous energy to be visible from such a distance.
The powerful bursts are millisecond-long and while only 18 of them have been recorded so far, scientists think there could be an estimated 10,000 FRBs speeding through the cosmos every day. Previous theories proposed their sources to be newborn neutron stars or even nebulas powered by pulsar winds. But no concrete originator of the radio waves has yet been identified. This led astronomers at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics to theorize that the signals could potentially be coming a device that someone created. 
"Fast radio bursts are exceedingly bright given their short duration and origin at great distances, and we haven't identified a possible natural source with any confidence," said Avi Loeb, theorist at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. "An artificial origin is worth contemplating and checking."
And who would make an “artificial” device in distant space? Yes, it’s aliens.
"We examine the possibility that FRBs originate from the activity of extragalactic civilizations,” said the scientists.
Check out this video from for some visuals of the idea:

What are some of the clues that point to an unnatural creation for these signals? For one, they are way too hot and bright. According to George Dvorsky at Gizmodo, who interviewed the theorists, the beams have a brightness temperature of 1037 degrees. The number speaks to the amount of microwave radiation of a space object.
Other reasons to suspect aliens - the radio bursts repeat but in a rather unpredictable way and are concentrated around a specific frequency. Both of these factors are not consistent with the neutron star/pulsar explanation of FRBs. 
What the Loeb and his co-author Manasvi Lingam suggest may be happening is quite ingenious. They think the bursts could actually be energy beams that are emanating from giant transmitters. Their purpose? To transport spaceships made by advanced alien civilizations at amazing speeds. Imagine solar space vehicles equipped by light sails that absorb the transmitted radio bursts and zip forward through the cosmos.  
The scientists went as far as figuring out the feasibility of creating such a device and while the technology necessary is not something humans can yet muster, more sophisticated spacefaring beings could make it happen. The transmitter would have to be a solar-powered and water-cooled contraption twice the size of Earth, concluded the astronomers. We are talking 15,000 miles in length. The power this would generate could propel payloads of a million tons, which their statement compares to “20 times the largest cruise ships on Earth.” 
"That's big enough to carry living passengers across interstellar or even intergalactic distances," said Lingam. 
To an observer on Earth, the transmission of the radio burst would appear as a brief flash due to relativity. The spacecraft would receive the burst of energy through mirrors that gather the sunlight. The resulting acceleration of the ship could approach the speed of light. 
While Loeb readily offers that their work is speculative, he does think there is merit in such thinking. 
"Science isn't a matter of belief, it's a matter of evidence. Deciding what’s likely ahead of time limits the possibilities. It's worth putting ideas out there and letting the data be the judge,” explained Loeb.
The scientists also suggested that a way to study the idea further would be to focus on repeated FRBs whose origins cannot be attributed to “cataclysmic astrophysical events”.
You can read their proposal, published in Astrophysical Journal Letters, here.
As far as light sail technology, NASA is planning to test what it calls a Near Earth Asteroid Scout, a sunlight-powered spacecraft, in 2018.


Thursday, March 9, 2017

President Bush On the Subject of UFOs and the Government

Former President Bush Won’t Tell Jimmy Kimmel ‘Nuthin’ About UFOs

This is probably the most honest answer that we have seen any President give (in modern times) on the subject of UFOs and aliens.

When former President George W. Bush appeared on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” on Thursday, to promote his book, “Portraits of Courage,” Kimmel didn’t waste any time trying to get Bush to admit that he may have looked for and seen alleged secret government files on UFOs.
Kimmel began the “interrogation” by asking Bush “a question that’s very important to me and very important to the country. When you were in office, did you go through the secret files ― the UFO documents, because if I was president, that would be the first thing I did.”
Even before Kimmel finished asking the question, Bush immediately replied, “Maybe.” Then, he told Kimmel, “You know, it’s funny. My daughters asked the very same question.” When Kimmel asked if Bush would be allowed to tell his daughters what was in those files, the former commander-in-chief said “No.”

Other presidents and presidential candidates have either lead us to believe that UFOs do not exists or gave us a false hope that they would release this information once they were in office. Love him or hate him...Bush was honest. 

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Extraterrestrials Are Real Says Scientist That Discovered Our DNA


Francis Crick (8 June 1916 — 28 July 2004) was an English scientist who was most noted for being a co-discoverer of the structure of the DNA molecule in 1953 alongside James D. Watson.
Francis Crick Watson and Maurice Wilkins were jointly awarded the 1962 Nobel Prize for Physiology for Medicine “for their discoveries concerning the molecular structure of nucleic acids and its significance for information transfer in living material.”

He was clearly a brilliant scientist who unfortunately, like many other brilliant minds who came up with theories that challenged the accepted frameworks at the time, wasn’t given much ‘press.’

In his book published in 1982, Life Itself, he argues that there is no possible way that the DNA molecule could have gotten its start here on Earth and that it had to have come here from somewhere else. Within the mainstream scientific community, the generally accepted theory is that we are the result of a bunch of molecules accidentally bumping into each other, creating life. However, according to Francis, we are the result of what is now known as Directed Panspermia. Crick and a British chemist, Leslie Orgel, published their paper on it in July of 1973.

Their theory explains that, “organisms were deliberately transmitted to earth by intelligent beings on another planet. We conclude that it is possible that life reached the earth in this way, but that the scientific evidence is inadequate at the present time to say anything about the probability. We draw attention to the kinds of evidence that might throw additional light on the topic.”

As far as Crick’s thoughts on the theory that we are the result of accidentally bumping into each other, he thinks this was as likely as the assembly of a jumbo jet hit by a hurricane in a junk yard. In other words, he thought the theory held little to no credibility.

When it comes to Crick’s theory, there have been some who expanded upon his work and have actually found evidence of it. Perhaps Crick had some evidence or he was able to connect some dots? After all, theories like this aren’t just born out of nowhere and this gentleman won the Nobel Prize for the study of DNA. Thoughts like this should not be taken lightly and evidence should be examined to see if it’s a plausible hypothesis.

Please keep in mind while reading this article that, although we’ve discovered much, we have yet to identify the biological functions of large portions of our DNA. There is so much mystery wrapped in what could possibly hold the answer to life itself and the origins of the human race.

A few years ago, Chandra Wickramasinghe, the Director of the Buckingham Centre for Astrobiology at the University of Buckingham in the U.K., published a paper regarding their supposed findings of the first-ever evidence of extraterrestrial life found in a celestial body.

At the time, Wickramasinghe pointed out to Huffington Post how, in 1962:

“Hoyle and I pioneered the theory of carbon grains in space to replace the old ice grain theory. This was vehemently resisted by the astronomical community at the outset, but with the dawn of infrared spectroscopy, the ice grain theory gave way to the carbon dust theory. Over a few years, after a great deal of model-fitting, we came to the conclusion that material similar to biomaterial fitted all the available data in astronomy. We considered the possibility that microbiology had a universal character, and no observations in astronomy or new information from biology has provided contrary evidence.If only ideas that are considered orthodox are given support through award of grans or publication opportunities, it is certain that the progress of science will be stifled as it was throughout the middle age.”

English Astronomer Sir Fred Hoyle and Wickramasinghe are considered co-developers of the panspermia theory. In another paper that Wickramasinghe co-authored in 2012 titled “Non-terrestrial origin of life: a transformative research paradigm shift,” he points out that, “For nearly five decades, evidence in favour of a non-terrestrial origin of life and panspermia has accumulated which has not been properly assessed. A point has now been reached that demands the serious attention of biologists to a possibly transformative paradigm shift of the question of the origin of life, with profounds implications across many disciplines.”

It’s interesting to think about, isn’t it? We are indeed, as Author Graham Hancock noted, like species with amnesia. We still don’t completely know where we came from and how we got here.

What About The Fact That We Are Probably Not Alone & That We Are Probably Being Visited?

“There is a serious possibility that we are being visited and have been visited for many years by people from outer space, from other civilizations. That it behooves us, in case some of these people in the future or now should turn hostile, to find out who they are, where they come from, and what they want. This should be the subject of rigorous scientific investigation and not the subject of ‘rubbishing’ by tabloid newspapers.”

The quote above comes Lord Admiral Hill-Norton, the former Chief of the Defence Staff and 5 star Admiral of the Royal Navy. That’s the highest possible rank of the British Royal Navy, similar to General Dwight Eisenhower’s 5 star rank in the United States. He was also Chairman of the NATO Military Committee. These are definitely positions to be ‘in the know’ about what is going on, at least to some extent.

If you are unaware, there have been hundreds of witnesses carrying impressive backgrounds that have been in the position to ‘know’ about these things. To compliment this testimony, we also have evidence in the form of documents from several different government/military/intelligence agencies.

Given this evidence, the possibility that this is happening is very real and if you’d like to read/learn more about this topic, you can start off by visiting the exopolitics section of our website. There you will find our most recent articles on the subject, dated back to the very first one we ever wrote.

Personally, when I think of all of the evidence that’s surfaced within the past few years alone, it’s mind-altering. If you’re interested, you will have to do your own research. If you don’t, next time somebody brings up the subject, it’s good to keep an open mind and at least acknowledge that yes, this is actually a strong possibility.

I’ll leave you with this last clip from the Thrive documentary, of the late great Dr. Brian O’Leary, a former NASA astronaut, one of many astronauts who has spoken out enthusiastically about this subject and the evidence behind it. My apologies if you’ve already seen it, as I’ve used it numerous times in previous artic

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