Saturday, June 9, 2018

Tourist Takes One Of the Best UFO Photos of 2016 in Costa Rica

Tourist Takes Incredible UFO Photo Over Active Volcano


A tourist captured images of a supposed UFO while visiting Costa Rica’s Irazu Volcano National Park in Cartago in 2016

The tourist reported the sighting and sent images to the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON), an organization that maintains a database of UFO sightings around the world.

According to the witness, he and his girlfriend were taking pictures of the volcano and the landscape shortly after 11 a.m. on February 24th when he unknowingly captured the images.

“The clouds looked like a white sea, but I noticed close to one of the mountains some clouds with different forms, so I started to take pictures there,” the witness states in the report.

Later, while heading home, the man began reviewing his snapshots. “While I was checking the pictures, I noticed one black circle above the mountains I noticed before. It looked like a circular saucer with two little antennas – one on the top of it and like one on its tail. On the moment while taking the pictures, I did not see it. I took the pictures in a burst. On one picture you can see the object completely clear. On the next one, it vanished – almost in seconds. All the pictures have less than one-minute difference,” the tourist reported.

Monday, May 28, 2018

What Happens When Aliens Contact Humanity?

If Aliens Reach Out to Us, What Would Happen First?
It's a question that has puzzled science-fiction fans and scientists alike for decades, and we already may have a hint of how people will react. On Oct. 30, 1938, a dramatized version of the 1898 H.G. Wells novel "The War of the Worlds" played on the CBS Radio system across the United States. The story details how Martians attacked Earth. 
The radio broadcast caused a reaction when people mistook it for a real radio report, but accounts vary as to how much of a reaction there was. Some accounts describe nationwide panic, while others say not very many people actually listened to the broadcast. The promise of alien life stars in Episode 1 of "AMC Visionaries: James Cameron's Story of Science Fiction," which debuts on AMC tonight. Still, Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) researcher Duncan Forgan told Space.com the "War of the Worlds" broadcast may be instructive to think about as SETI scientists worldwide update their "first contact" protocols.
"If you pick the right science fiction — the hard science fiction — it's placed in the best possible educated guesses about what will happen," said Forgan, who is a research fellow at the University of St Andrews in Scotland. He explained that "hard" science fiction refers to science fiction that emphasizes accuracy (think the 2015 movie "The Martian," for example). 
If researchers find a signal today, Forgan said, one of the things they will have to manage is a public used to getting constant news updates on Twitter and other forms of social media. It's something Forgan and his colleagues are already working on. The International Academy of Astronautics SETI Permanent Committee created a post-detection protocol in 1989 that was slightly updated in 2010; a new update is starting soon and should be finished in a few years, Forgan said.
For the most part, scientists assume alien contact would happen through a signal purposely sent toward Earth. The "acid test" is to make sure the signal is verified by multiple observatories, said SETI Institute senior astronomer Seth Shostak. "It would take a while to verify, and then the people who like to think about these matters say you would have a press conference and announce this to the world," he said, but he added that wouldn't work unless everyone in the project was sworn to secrecy. In this era of news leaks, he said that situation is very unlikely to hold.
So, scientists try instead to stick to a protocol that includes informing the public. The 2010 IAA protocol is only two pages and covers facets such as searching for a signal, handling evidence and what to do in the case of a confirmed detection. 
If the evidence gets out to the public while the scientists are still analyzing the signal, Forgan said they could manage the public's expectations by using something called the Rio Scale. It's essentially a numeric value that represents the degree of likelihood that an alien contact is "real." (Forgan added that the Rio Scale is also undergoing an update, and more should be coming out about it in May.)
Communication will be key
If the aliens did arrive here, "first contact" protocols likely would be useless, because if they're smart enough to show up physically, they could probably do anything else they like, according to Shostak. "Personally, I would leave town," Shostak quipped. "I would get a rocket and get out of the way. I have no idea what they are here for."
But there's little need to worry. An "Independence Day" scenario of aliens blowing up important national buildings such as the White House is extremely unlikely, Forgan said, because interstellar travel is difficult. (This feeds into something called the Drake Equation, which considers where the aliens could be and helps show why we haven't heard anything from them yet.) 
To find a signal, first we have to be listening for it. SETI "listening" is going on all over the world, and in fact, this has been happening for many decades. The first modern SETI experiment took place in 1960. Under Project Ozma, Cornell University astronomer Frank Drake pointed a radio telescope (located at Green Bank, West Virginia) at two stars called Tau Ceti and Epsilon Eridani. He scanned at a frequency astronomers nickname "the water hole," which is close to the frequency of light that's given off by hydrogen and hydroxyl (one hydrogen atom bonded to one oxygen atom). 

In 1977, The Ohio State University SETI's program made international headlines after a project volunteer, Jerry Ehman, wrote, "Wow!" beside a strong signal a telescope there received. The Aug. 15, 1977, "Wow" signal was never repeated, however.
There have been many, many projects since then. As a taste: The SETI Institute was founded in 1984; while it may be the most famous of the SETI projects, there are many other independent SETIs at universities and institutions worldwide that have done work over the decades. One of the center's major initiatives was Project Phoenix, which scanned nearby, sun-like stars. Currently, the SETI Institute, in collaboration with other institutes, is working on a concept called the Allen Telescope Array, which has dozens of radio dishes in northern California.
In 2015, the well-known physicist Stephen Hawking and many other researchers launched Breakthrough Listen, a project that will scan 1 million Milky Way stars and 100 nearby galaxies for extraterrestrial life.
While searches of alien messages aren't ongoing in space, there have been efforts to communicate with any beings that may come across our spacecraft.
The Pioneer 10 and 11 probes flew by Jupiter (and in Pioneer 11's case, Saturn) to eventually make their way out of the solar system. Before their launches in 1972 and 1973, respectively, a Pioneer plaque was mounted on board each spacecraft. It shows the form of the human body and where the Earth is located in the galaxy.
The twin Voyager probes launched in 1977 to examine the outer solar system. Voyager 2 reached interstellar space in 2012, while Voyager 1 is still at the edge of the solar system. Each of the spacecraft includes two golden records with sounds recorded on Earth, ranging from whale calls to music to the word "hello" in many languages. The record also has diagrams of the human body and where our solar system is located.
Scientists also transmitted a radio message from the Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico in 1974. The so-called Arecibo Message includes such things as the numbers 1 through 10; the atomic numbers of elements such as hydrogen and oxygen; information about DNA; and diagrams of a human body, the Earth and our solar system.
In a related field, the study of exoplanets has accelerated in recent years with the Kepler mission, which has found more than 2,000 confirmed exoplanets alone, as well as other observatories on the ground and in space. Scientists are now trying to characterize which of these planets may be the most habitable. Atmospheric studies and more detailed looks at star activity will be some of the activities scientists undertake with future telescopes, such as the James Webb Space Telescope, which will launch in 2020.

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Saturday, May 19, 2018

More Detail On The Secret UFO Study

Documents prove secret UFO study based in Nevada




LAS VEGAS - UFO investigators are hoping to obtain a treasure trove of Pentagon documents that were generated by a once-secret military study of flying saucers and other weird aircraft.

The government confirms there was a UFO program. It supposedly ended in 2012, but the Pentagon has not yet released any reports or files.

The I-Team gives the first look at documents which prove the UFO study was real and was based in southern Nevada.

Luis Elizondo

Last October, former intelligence officer Luis Elizondo revealed he'd been in charge of a secret Pentagon project that studied UFOs. The story picked up steam two months later when the New York Times reported the name of the program AATIP or Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program. At the same time, two once-classified videos were released. 




"I received communication from a man who worked for one of the defense agencies, a Ph.D. in physics and math. He said 'I know everything about rockets but I don't know what these things are,'" said Sen. Harry Reid.

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid started a dialogue with a senior scientist working for the Defense Intelligence Agency. Alarmed that no one was paying attention to dramatic intrusions by unknown aircraft, Reid and colleagues secured funding for an ongoing study, but it wasn't called AATIP. The original acronym was AAWSAP or Advanced Aerospace Weapon System Applications Program.



In Aug. 2008, DIA posted a solicitation for bids. Weeks later, the contract was awarded to Bigelow Aerospace, the initial amount was $10 million. It required Bigelow to provide a facility that qualified for top secret work. Harry Reid did not influence the selection process.

"There was no direct contract vehicle for Senator Reid to take care of a buddy over here in a stake for a contract. That's complete nonsense," Elizondo said.

Space entrepreneur Robert Bigelow's interest in exotic subjects was as obvious as his company logo. He'd spent years -- and millions of dollars -- on his own scientific study of UFOs and related topics. For the DIA contract, he created BAASS, a separate entity housed within his aerospace plant. He hired a team of 46 scientists and investigators, along with dozens of other support personnel.

READ: Statement from a senior manager of BAASS 


The agreement with DIA did not mention UFOs at all. It used more generic terms such as future threats and breakthrough technologies, and specified 12 focal points including, lift, propulsion, materials, versions of stealth as well as human interface and human effects, meaning Bigelow's team would study people who reported unusual experiences beyond seeing UFOs.

A ranch in Utah, known for decades as the site of bizarre encounters, became a living lab for the study.

The study produced volumes of highly technical scientific reports including projections about warp drives and antigravity propulsion.

"These studies are so loaded with information," Sen. Reid said. "One thing we learned is over the decades a lot of things happen there's no explanation for. Well, there are now."

But at the Pentagon, there was pushback. Some worried the study would become an embarrassment if the word got out. Others opposed it on religious grounds. Bigelow funded it himself for a year but AAWSAP came to an end after 2011. Elizondo, who had interacted with the study from the Pentagon, was assigned to continue the work, but he chose a smaller focus, limited to military encounters with unknown aircraft. his effort, dubbed AATIP, survived by keeping a low profile. Elizondo relied on an informal network of colleagues to investigate cases that came in.

"There were other folks related to our effort," Elizondo said. "It is a confederated approach so you had folks in the Navy, in DIA, in pockets here and there. We worked collectivel
y."


Friday, May 18, 2018

Lines Of UFO Evidences Lead Back To Bigelow Aerospace

LAS VEGAS - BAASS (Bigelow Aerospace Advanced Space Studies) broke new ground in professionalism by hiring, training and deploying 50 full-time staff comprising retired military intelligence and law enforcement officers, PhD level scientists, engineers, technicians, analysts, translators, and project managers to create the largest multi-disciplinary full-time team in history to investigate the UFO topic.
The investigations by BAASS provided new lines of evidence showing that the UFO phenomenon was a lot more than nuts and bolts machines that interacted with military aircraft. The phenomenon also involved a whole panoply of diverse activity that included bizarre creatures, poltergeist activity, invisible entities, orbs of light, animal and human injuries and much more. The exclusive focus on nuts and bolts machines could be considered myopic and unproductive in solving the larger mystery of UFOs.
One of the major successes of BAASS was in adopting the novel approach of utilizing the human body as a readout system for dissecting interactions with the UFO phenomenon. This novel approach aimed to circumvent the increasing evidence of deception and subterfuge by the UFO phenomenon in that multiple eyewitnesses co-located in the same vicinity frequently reported seeing widely different events. The evidence was multiplying that the UFO phenomenon was capable of manipulating and distorting human perception and therefore eyewitness testimony of UFO activity was becoming increasingly untrustworthy.

One of the major successes of BAASS was in adopting the novel approach of utilizing the human body as a readout system for dissecting interactions with the UFO phenomenon.
The BAASS approach was to view the human body as a readout system for UFO effects by utilizing forensic technology, the tools of immunology, cell biology, genomics and neuroanatomy for in depth study of the effects of UFOs on humans. This approach marked a dramatic shift away from the traditional norms of relying on eyewitness testimony as the central evidentiary arm in UFO investigations. The approach aimed to bypass UFO deception and manipulation of human perception by utilizing molecular forensics to decipher the biological consequences of the phenomenon.
The result of applying this new approach was a revolution in delineating the threat level of UFOs.

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Four Unexplained UFO Sightings

Four Unexplained UFO Sighting in Indiana

The incredible story of a young Lafayette, Indiana man bicycling near Stockwell the night of May 1, 1897, predates by a full half-century the UFO or "flying saucer" stories that bombarded America in the summer of 1947.

There is simply no explanation for the man's vision of two human-looking creatures outside a cigar-shaped airship which sped into the night, lights blinking, the instant he was seen.


Nor have there ever been satisfactory explanations for many other UFO reports from America and all regions of the world.

There have been four major UFO episodes reported to authorities in the Lafayette area since that 1897 account.

The four were compressed between the years 1947 and 1954.

Here they are: 



Just after midnight the morning of Sunday, July 15, 1947, a Lafayette man named Forrest Hooper, who then lived at 535 S. 4th St., was returning to Lafayette from Logansport.

He was in his car, traveling southwesterly on Indiana 25, when, he said, he noticed a fast-traveling red glow, which he thought at first to be a falling meteor.

Hooper said the glow seemed to be coming from the vicinity of Logansport. But it did not fall to the ground like a meteor.

Instead it traveled along at high speed until it disappeared from view. It had a strange, dark red glow in the form of a disc as it journeyed across the sky.

Hooper added that the object moved too fast to enable him to get any better look, and its speed prevented him from getting much of an impression as to its size.




On Nov. 19, 1951, a "flying saucer" trailed by two Air Force jets was reported flying east over the Elston area about 9 a.m. by Carl Hartman, who lived two miles south of Lafayette on Shadeland Rd.


He said he was coming out of his barn when he looked up and saw "a great big silver disc flying east at jet speed."

Its flat side was to the ground, he said, and its groundside shape was generally round except for a rectangular protuberance at the rear.

The jet planes, he said, left vapor trails; the flying disc none.

A check at the Civil Aeronautics Authority office at Purdue University brought the information that no jet planes had checked in by radio at that hour, but that it was possible that two were in the area since some jets are almost constantly in this territory.

The CAA representative, Raymond King, said he had no information or reports on a disc or the two planes.





At 9:10 p.m. Saturday July 12, 1952, dozens of reports from residents of Tippecanoe, Clinton and Montgomery counties poured in, telling of a fiery object whizzing across the skies.

It was the most widely reported "flying saucer" since the UFO "craze" began in 1947.

Among the observers were Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Shriner, Rt. 7, and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. John Arnold, Lafayette, who were on the side porch of the Shriner home.

Mrs. Shriner said the object was shaped something like a funnel with the small end leading and was brightly luminescent. It looked like a shiny fish tail with flames shooting out the back. It was overhead at about 2,500 for five or six seconds.

When it went over the house it appeared to be headed northwest; then, when it appeared to be over the Purdue campus, it headed southwest. It appeared to be smaller than an airplane, the observers said.

Shortly before 9;30 p.m., Indianapolis residents reported sighting the flying object.

At Purdue Airport, the CAA officer said observers there had seen no flying funnel, but said they had received many reports of it, especially from Indianapolis.

UFO reports over the decades always have seemed to be more "credible" when turned in by people like airline pilots or policemen.


Lafayette's most spectacular UFO account came from a state trooper, who saw its eerie light near Clarks Hill in 1954, and tried to follow it.


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Wednesday, May 2, 2018

The Secrets Of Australia's Pine Gap UFO Base

PINE GAP SECRET UFO BASE & ULTRA ROOM ESOTERIC CIRCLE!

DARK JOURNALIST X-SERIES VIII: PINE GAP UFO BASE!
Dark Journalist continues the groundbreaking X-SERIES that follows the X Steganography through the history of Political and Covert groups coordinating in a stealth fashion the secret work of the UFO File. 




Pine Gap Secrets
In this special part 8 episode Dark Journalist will go deep into the secret US Intel base in Australian called Pine Gap that has been shrouded in mystery since its development in creation in 1966. He also examines the roots of mystery school influence in moving the X technologies through the system in a stealth manner and the connection of Psychic Jeane Dixon to the US Presidency and Masonic Secrets including the Time Capsule placed at the Base of the Mysterious DC Obelisk from Egypt.

A Wrinkle in Time: Esoteric Circle X Fairy Tale
The successful Sci-fi adventure film featuring Oprah as an inter dimensional being was actually based on a children’s Book that told the story of a mysterious Physicist who gets caught in a dimensional warp while doing research for the US Government and whose daughter attempts to find answers about what happened to him. The story uses symbolic themes that were first made public in the 19th Century in Bulwer Lytton's Vril Books and Rudolf Steiner's Anthroposophy and has direct parallels to reports about the Pine Gap Base and the Ultra Room inside where only 1 person is chosen to enter. The current movie portrays Mrs. Which who resembles the character in Esoteric Circles known as the ‘Dweller on the Threshold' and the adventure takes the Physicist's daughter off-planet in search of him completing the story's esoteric circle.

TOPICS:

  • Pine Gap
  • VRIL
  • Bulwer Lytton
  • The UFO File
  • Wrinkle in Time
  • Dweller on the Threshold
  • Jeane Dixon
  • Rudolf Steiner
  • Masonic Obelisk Time Capsule


Exciting, riveting, informative discussion loaded with amazing facts. Don't miss this incredible Dark Journalist Episode!


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