Saturday, February 6, 2016

Edgar Mitchell, Sixth Man on the Moon and Alien Disclosure Advocate Dies at 85

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Astronaut Edgar Mitchell died on Thursday night. 
Astronaut Edgar Mitchell died at the age of 85. He was the Lunar Module Pilot of Apollo 14 and the sixth person to walk on the moon. Mitchell was a fascinating person who stayed right in the public eye long after his flight to the moon. He often discussed his theories about aliens, consciousness, and the paranormal with the media and the public at large.
Here’s what you need to know.

1. He Died Thursday Night at a Local Hospice

CAPE CANAVERAL, FL - JULY 16: Buzz Aldrin, Apollo 11 astronaut, Walt Cunningham, Apollo 7, Edgar Mitchell, Apollo 14, Al Worden, Apollo 15, Charlie Duke, Apollo 16, Jerry Carr, Apollo 8 & 12, Vance Brand, Apollo and Shuttle, Bruce McCandless, Apollo and Shuttle, (L-R) address the media in front of the Apollo 14 capsule during a pre-opening press conference of the Apollo Treasures Gallery at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in Cape Canaveral, Florida, July 16, 2009. The gallery opening celebrates the 40th anniversary of the Apollo moon landing. (Photo by Matt Stroshane/Getty Images)
Buzz Aldrin, Apollo 11 astronaut, Walt Cunningham, Apollo 7, Edgar Mitchell, Apollo 14, Al Worden, Apollo 15, Charlie Duke, Apollo 16, Jerry Carr, Apollo 8 & 12, Vance Brand, Apollo and Shuttle, Bruce McCandless, Apollo and Shuttle, (L-R) address the media in front of the Apollo 14 capsule in 2009. 
Mitchell died late Thursday night in West Palm Beach, Palm Beach Post reported. He was 85 years old and passed away at a local hospice. Mitchell was born in Hereford, Texas, on Sept. 17, 1930. But he always considered his hometown to be in Artesia, New Mexico — ironically, near Roswell.

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2. Edgar Mitchell Was the Sixth Man to Walk on the Moon

A picture taken on February 6, 1971 shows Astronaut Edgar D. Mitchell, Apollo 14 lunar module pilot, moving across the lunar surface while looking over a traverse map during extravehicular activity (EVA). AFP PHOTO NASA (Photo credit should read -/AFP/Getty Images)
A picture taken on February 6, 1971 shows Astronaut Edgar D. Mitchell, Apollo 14 lunar module pilot, moving across the lunar surface while looking over a traverse map during extravehicular activity. (Getty)
Mitchell was well-known for being the sixth man to walk on the moon. He was part of a three-man crew on the Apollo 14 space mission, the eighth manned mission in the Apollo program. He was the lunar module pilot. Mitchell’s death occurred just about a week after the 45-year anniversary of the Apollo 14 launch on January 31, 1971. The mission lasted for nine days and ended on February 9.

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3. He Was Sued by the U.S. Government in 2011

CAPE CANAVERAL, FL - JULY 16: (L-R) Buzz Aldrin, Apollo 11 astronaut, Walt Cunningham, Apollo 7, Edgar Mitchell, Apollo 14, Al Worden, Apollo 15, Charlie Duke, Apollo 16, Jerry Carr, Apollo 8 & 12, Vance Brand, Apollo and Shuttle, Bruce McCandless, Apollo and Shuttle, address the crowd gathered underneath a Saturn V rocket at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex July 16, 2009 in Cape Canaveral, Florida. The gallery opening celebrates the 40th anniversary of the Apollo moon landing. (Photo by Matt Stroshane/Getty Images)
CAPE CANAVERAL, FL – JULY 16: (L-R) Buzz Aldrin, Apollo 11 astronaut, Walt Cunningham, Apollo 7, Edgar Mitchell, Apollo 14, Al Worden, Apollo 15, Charlie Duke, Apollo 16, Jerry Carr, Apollo 8 & 12, Vance Brand, Apollo and Shuttle, Bruce McCandless, Apollo and Shuttle, address the crowd gathered underneath a Saturn V rocket at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex July 16, 2009 in Cape Canaveral, Florida. 
Just last year, Mitchell was sued by the U.S. government, saying that he stole the camera that he took to the moon. Mitchell denied those charges and said the camera wouldn’t even be back on Earth if it weren’t for him. However, he went ahead and turned the camera over to the Smithsonian and ended the lawsuit, according to the Palm Beach Post.

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4. His Ex-Wife Is Jeb Bush’s Campaign Chairman

Picture taken during the Apollo 14 mission in February 1971 of US astronauts Alan Shepard (L, first row) and Edgar Mitchell (R). The Apollo XIV mission, the third mission to land on the moon, was launched on January 31, 1971 and landed on the moon on February 5, 1971. (Photo credit should read STF/AFP/Getty Images)
Picture taken during the Apollo 14 mission in February 1971 of US astronauts Alan Shepard (L, first row) and Edgar Mitchell (R). 
Mitchell’s ex-wife, Anita Mitchell, is currently the campaign chairman for Jeb Bush. She was formerly the Republican Party chairman for Palm Beach County.

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5. He Was Known for Talking About Alien Theories

CAPE CANAVERAL, FL - JULY 16: The capsule that safely delivered Apollo 14 astronauts Edgar Mitchell, Alan Shepard and Stuart Roosa back to earth is on display in the Apollo Treasures Gallery at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex Saturn V Center July 16, 2009 in Cape Canaveral, Florida. The opening of the gallery commemorated the 40th anniversary of the the launchy of Apollo 11, the first manned space mission to the moon. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
The capsule that safely delivered Apollo 14 astronauts Edgar Mitchell, Alan Shepard and Stuart Roosa back to earth. (Getty)
Mitchell wasn’t shy about sharing out-of-this-world theories. He founded the Institute of Noetic Sciences, which studies the unexplained and the nature of consciousness. He said his experience in space was life-changing and he felt a sense of universal connectedness. He also talked freely about his theories about aliens. He has said publicly that he is 90 percent sure that UFOs belong to other planets. He also told Dateline NBC in 1996 that he met with officials from three countries who said they had personal encounters with extraterrestrials. He did an interview for the documentary “The Phoenix Lights, We Are Not Alone.” Here’s a clip:



Mitchell himself never claimed to have seen an alien personally.
Not every story told about him was true, however. In August, some media posted a story about Mitchell saying that UFOs came in peace to save America from nuclear war. Mitchell told The Huffington Post that he never said that and the publications had fabricated his quotes.

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NASA Prepares For Closest Ever Asteroid Approach To Earth

Close call? Asteroid could pass Earth by 11k miles, 95% closer than the moon

A recently discovered asteroid is scheduled to fly by Earth in March, but NASA can’t quite tell how far away it will be when that happens. One estimate is as close as 11,000 miles, about 95 percent closer than the moon.

The asteroid known as 2013 TX68, was first discovered three years ago, as its name implies, but the NASA-funded Catalina Sky Survey was only able to track its path for three days before it entered daytime skies, where monitoring is not possible. That short amount of time precluded scientists from getting a better understanding of what the asteroid’s orbit around the sun looks like.




What is known is that the asteroid is 100 feet (30 meters) in diameter and will be in Earth’s neighborhood for quite some time, but what is not known is whether that means 11,000 or 9 million miles away from our planet by next month. For comparison, the moon is 238,000 miles away.

"This asteroid's orbit is quite uncertain, and it will be hard to predict where to look for it," Paul Chodas of NASA's Center for Near Earth Object Studies said in a statement.

"There is a chance that the asteroid will be picked up by our asteroid search telescopes when it safely flies past us next month, providing us with data to more precisely define its orbit around the sun," 



The next flyby for 2013 TX68 will be in September of 2017, when it will have a one in 250,000,000 chance of Earthly impact. By comparison, the odds of winning the $1 billion Powerball jackpot last month were one in 292,000,000. NASA predicts the following flybys in 2046 and 2097 will be even less likely to end in collision.

"The possibilities of collision on any of the three future flyby dates are far too small to be of any real concern," Chodas said. "I fully expect any future observations to reduce the probability even more."

Friday, February 5, 2016

Tom Delonge Launches 'Sekret Machines' Bases On Source In Intel Community

Tom DeLonge Unveils ‘Transmedia’ SEKRET MACHINES Series

Tom DeLonge of Angels and Airwaves, posed for photos in the band's Carlsabd headquarters
On Thursday, the guitar-playing singer and songwriter announced the April 5 launch of “SEKRET MACHINES,” which he bills as a “new transmedia series.” The ambitious project will kick off with the publication of a 704-page hardcover novel, “Sekret Machines Book 1: Chasing Shadows,” which will be published by To The Stars/Simon & Schuster).

It will be the first in a three-part series of fiction novels that DeLonge is co-writing with New York Times’ best-selling author A.J. Hartley, who is best known for his “The Darwen Arkwright” series. “Chasing Shadows” follows “Poet Anderson...Of Nightmares,” the 2015 Young Adult novel Delonge co-wrote with Suzanne Young.

“SEKRET MACHINES” will also include “an eye-opening documentary film” and new music from Angels & Airwaves, the San Diego band DeLonge co-leads with Ilan Rubin.

“Chasing Shadows” is described as “a complex and thrilling” book. It is based on “facts and actual events gleaned from” DeLonge’s sources within the military and intelligence community,” whom he identies as “8 elite advisores, each of whome has held the highest positions within the military, scientific and executive branch offices.” The focus is on UFOs and, by extension, life-forms from other planets and dimensions, with a government cover-up sub-theme added for good measure.

“I wanted to tackle the subject of Unidentifed Aerial Phenomena because it seems so unbelievable,” DeLonge said, in a statement released Thursday. “I knew the story was fantastic regardless if you believed it or not. This was one topic that could tackle religion, cosmology, science, history, politics, secrecy and more.

Added Hartley: “What makes this book unique, I think, is that it takes a skeptically researched, investigative and realistic approach to history and eye-witness testimony to open up a sensational story about the secret world of military intelligence and extraordinarily advanced technology.”

Head Of UFO Research Group Says Russian UFO Was Real

UFO researcher says Russian flying saucer footage was legitimate



A UFO sighting over Russia's capital last month was legitimate, according to the leader of a self-styled UFO research group.
News Corp reports Kosmopoisk founder and leader Vadim Chernobrov believes a video of four mysterious lights flying in formation over Moscow was not the result of digital trickery but a real, mysterious sighting.


The otherworldly orbs caused the usual speculative storm online The man who filmed the lights said he had lived in the area for years without witnesses anything like it. Photo: Screenshot/YouTubeafter they recorded and uploaded.
Now Chernobrov, who reportedly once claimed to have built a time machine, has weighed in adding his gravitas the claims of a man called Timur who first spotted the strange spectacle.

Four lights were visible, however, only two can be seen clearly in the video. Photo: Screenshot/YouTube

“There were four balls of light. A red one to the left, two white ones in the middle and a less bright one to the right,” Timur told Russian media.
"Sometimes the one on the right would disappear and come back.
"All together, they made the geometric shape of a rhombus.”
According to News Corp, Chernobrov is convinced the footage is the genuine article.
“The lights cannot be explained as either an atmospheric or a cosmic image," he was quoted as saying.
“The chance of it being some sort of mirage is also impossible due to the precise geometric form the objects have formed.”
“Some have said they could look like Chinese lanterns but I would dismiss this possibility because of the movements and speed of the objects.”
It is not the first time Chernobrov and his team of UFOlogists and cryptozoologists have claimed to have discovered the truth behind Earth's fledgling inter-planetary relations.
In September last year his team claimed to have discovered ancient remnants of a crashed UFO in Russia.
He was among a group of researchers who believed stone discs found in the Medveditskaya ridge region of the Zhirnovsky district, Volgograd, were millions of years old signs of extraterrestrial visitors.
"We managed to find a dozen of these stone disks, but this is such a unique one" Chernobrov told a local news website.
"Other stones we found is not more more than 1 diameter in diameter.
Previously, we have been able to find such alien stones, but the biggest of them found was in the Kuzbass which was of two metre in diameters (sic)."









Thursday, February 4, 2016

Witness Films UFO Hover Over Village - Wiltshire UK

UFO seen hovering near village in Wiltshire

UFO hunters are set to be sent into a frenzy after a strange anomaly was spotted in the sky near a sleepy village in England.

Eyewitness Ian Jones was out walking his dog when he noticed a strange light hovering in the night sky.
He shot a video of it which shows a light with an orange ambiance flashing brighter in certain sections, sitting almost perfectly overhead.
Mr Jones watched the light for about five minutes in the hope that something would occur that would explain the phenomenon, but noticed no change.
He racked his brains for an explanation to the strange phenomenon, but couldn’t reach a viable conclusion due to it’s lack of movement and sound.
He told the Express Online: “At first I thought it was a Chinese lantern but it wasn’t moving. It could have also been an Apache, but there was no noise.
“I went back the next day in the day time to see if it was a crane or something, but there was nothing there.”

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A strange light appeared hovering in the sky
The video was shot by the Wiltshire resident on the evening of January 19, near to the village of Alderbury – about a mile east of Salisbury.
Mr Jones, who says that he has never encountered anything like this in his life, showed it to his close friends and family.
He added: “Once they stopped laughing after I told them that I had filmed a light in the sky, they said ‘well that is quite weird’.”
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Could it have been an alien spacecraft?
This is not the first time that Wiltshire residents have encountered alien phenomena which they are unable to explain.
From 1965 to 1975, the south west county’s residents reported many UFO sightings.
On August 20 1965, a couple on a motorcycle felt it stall as two white spheres of light hovered overhead, changing colour.
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Crop circles have also appeared in Wiltshire
The same year, on October 8 1965, a woman driving towards Warminster felt her car lose power after seeing a bright orange ball before the vehicle stopped. She then saw a dark object rise from a nearby field, sparking red and blue, before the engine started up again.
In 1967, a businessman driving past Clay Hill felt his car become hot and heard a high-pitched noise before the engine failed. He got out and saw a glowing white disc overhead before it sped off.
In August 25 1975, a serviceman driving near Warminster reported to a police patrol that his car malfunctioned after seeing a bright-red light in the sky.
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