Saturday, July 22, 2017

Two Large UFOs Photographed Over The United Kingdom

Two large UFOs have been seen flying over Chelmsford

Onlookers were baffled as to what they were looking at
A man has described his surprise at seeing two large UFOs in the sky over Chelmsford.

The resident, who did not want to be named, saw the objects in the air over Manor Road where he lives on Monday afternoon (July 17).

The two UFOs, which were different shapes, were first spotted by a group of people in the street just outside the city centre.

The man who contacted Essex Live said he was in his garden when he saw a small group of passers-by staring up into the sky.

Multiple witnesses had no idea what they were looking at

"When I looked up I saw two large objects in the sky. They were jet black underneath. They were quite big and quite high up. They were sort of rolling over and over in the sky. At first I thought they were bits of a large balloon but they didn't move like that.

"Then I wondered if they were bits of plastic that had got up into the sky but they were moving faster than the wind which didn't make sense. One was almost a cylinder shape and the other was longer. It was very strange.

"There is no way they were aeroplanes. At this point I rushed indoors to get my camera and when I came back they had moved a bit further away but I managed to get a few snaps.

The objects were said to be moving faster than the wind.
"I have never seen anything like it before. I have no clue what they were. They seemed to be almost linked together as they kept at roughly the same distance apart the whole time.

"I watched them move off into the distance as they headed towards the cricket ground but then I lost sight of them. I wouldn't like to say what they were, I really have no idea."

The man has since showed the photos to "six or seven" people and no one has been able to hazard a guess at what they might be

Sunday, July 16, 2017

Clear Video Of UFO Over British Columbia, Canada

VIDEO: UFO spotted near Shawnigan Lake

In the 13 years Ian Purcell has lived in his home near Shawnigan Lake, he said he has never seen an object like he saw in the sky on June 27.
Purcell said he grabbed his video camera and began recording what appeared to be some sort of silver flying machine that was coming from the east before it arced around and started heading back in the direction from whence it came.
Purcell filmed the object’s progress across the sky for almost 10 minutes and then posted it on YouTube.
The video can be viewed here
“It’s a very clear view of some sort of very odd ship with many engines clearly visible,” he said.
“It was definitely not from this Earth.”
Purcell said he lives about 45 kilometres from Victoria Airport and has watched thousands of planes at various distances over the years.
He said that whatever the object was, it would have to be at least the size of a large jet liner, based on reference points and distance, and had at least six engines that he could see.
“I could see different lights that looked like jets appearing and disappearing and at the nose, too,” Purcell said. “This is some of the best footage I have ever seen on a clearly visible UFO. I’m definitely going to keep my video camera nearby and fully charged from now on.”
Jon Willis, an associate professor from the department of physics and astronomy at the University of Victoria, said that after viewing a segment of the video, he believes the object is most likely man made.
“However, as an astronomer, my main expertise in these cases is being able to confirm that what is being observed is not a common celestial misidentification, like the moon, Venus, or a solar effect such as a parhelion (sun dog),” he said.
“Beyond that, I would caution that my expertise is very limited; no better than any other member of the public.”

Sunday, July 9, 2017

The Science of Ufology Is Undergoing a Metamorphosis

Close Encounters: Why UFOs Are Having a Moment

A new biography on Dr. J. Allen Hynek, a scientist who became convinced that we truly could not identify some objects in our skies, opens up new questions about UFOs. 
When the unassuming turn of phrase "unidentified flying object" was coined in the 1940s, it was intended to suggest that the objects in question were nothing more mysterious than a rogue weather balloon or an unfamiliar aircraft. UFOs have since become synonymous with aliens, from cartoon flying saucers to abduction stories, to X-Files-style conspiracy theories – in the popular imagination their mystery has been solved, UFOs equal aliens, whether you're a true believer or not. This unshakable association came to be despite the diligent work Dr. J. Allen Hynek, a scientist who became convinced that we truly could not identify some objects in our skies, and kept pushing throughout his life for a scientific explanation, while keeping open every possibility, some of them way further out there than little green men.

Tom Delonge on why UFO research might save mankind.
Close Encounters Man: How One Man Made the World Believe in UFOs, a new book by Mark O'Connell, serves as a biography for both the modern UFO phenomenon and for Hynek, an astronomer and professor at Northwestern University who died over 30 years ago, but whose ideas make him one of the most surprising scientific figures of the 20th century. The book reveals an academic committed to rigorous, methodical study, but whose deep intellectual curiosity also harbored a mystical side, intrigued by Rudolf Steiner's concept of "supersensible knowledge" and the idea of a universe composed of many dimensions. By the time of his death in 1986, he was much more interested in the idea that UFOs might be evidence of interdimensional overlap or proof of a Jungian collective conscience, than the comparatively quotidian concept that they are vehicles carrying visitors from faraway planets.
Hynek's struggle to properly inform the public through a dedication to the scientific method, while also embracing the very edges of what is possible strikes a chord today, in an era rife with a deep mistrust of the government and of mainstream science. Conspiracy theories have moved from the fringe since we stopped agreeing on what constitutes a basic scientific fact, and there are more than a few big ones involving the coming alien takeover and of course, NASA, which sits at the intersection of science, government and outer space.
Just last week a NASA spokesperson told The Daily Beast, in all seriousness, that the agency does not have child slaves laboring on Mars, in response to an Infowars segment claiming otherwise. The Disclosure Movement believes that governments around the world have already been in contact with alien intelligence and have suppressed this information from the public, and no, Trump would not be tweeting about it because the President is kept out of the loop in this scenario, says O'Connell. This is deep state stuff. Even the ever-pragmatic Hillary Clinton vowed to release classified information on UFOs and aliens while being interviewed by Jimmy Kimmel last year during her campaign. The unknown and how we go about knowing it is very much on our minds as a culture.
Though he would be dismayed to see that the orthodoxy of personal belief in the face of scientific evidence to the contrary has persevered, even flourished in the 21st century, Hynek would certainly find our present appetite for conspiracy and for polarized debate familiar, from climate change deniers and anti-vaxxers to the Disclosure crowd. Over his long career he learned that "It's very, very easy to disappoint people by telling them the truth," O'Connell tells Rolling Stone. "Everyone wants to believe that the next case is the big one, the one that finally proves that these are spaceships from another world and unfortunately, up to now that's never been the case, but the hope just doesn't die."

Born a few days before Earth passed through the tail of Halley's Comet in 1910, Hynek died just a few months after traveling through the comet's wake again in 1986. He spent the interceding years as an astronomer who changed the field of celestial imaging by developing a high-altitude telescope and video telescope, founded the Corralitos Observatory in New Mexico, led a team that devised the first tracking system for satellites before there were any man-made objects in orbit, and reassured a nervous American public after the Russians launched Sputnik in 1957, which put him on the cover of Life magazine.
Hynek was also one of the first scientists to evaluate UFO sightings for the U.S. Air Force, working on a series of classified projects in the 1950s and 1960s. Though he started out a skeptic, he went on to found the J. Allen Hynek Center for UFO Studies, landing a cameo in Steven Spielberg's 1977 hit, Close Encounters of the Third Kind after contacting the director when he learned that the film’s working title was drawn from his work.
Even more than 30 years after his death, Hynek remains a controversial figure in UFOlogy, mainly because of his refusal to choose a side. O'Connell, a screenwriter and UFO history expert who writes the blog High Strangeness, has already had some of Hynek's legacy rub off on his own reputation, which he takes as a sign that he is following in Hynek's footsteps as an unbiased, open-minded researcher, rather than writing for one camp or another.
"Just based on what little some people know about the book and the interviews I've been doing, I already have some UFO establishment figures accusing me of being a skeptic, which is a really dirty word in UFO circles," he says. "The labeling has already begun."
Hynek proved to be a thorn in the government's side when it came to investigating UFO reports, refusing to dismiss the unexplainable as the product of mass hysteria or unreliable witness testimony. Indeed, a great number of the seminal 20th-century sightings that convinced Hynek that UFOs were worth further study involved highly credible witnesses, including airline and military pilots, law enforcement officers and Delbert Newhouse, a Navy photographer who caught such an object on film in the Utah desert in 1952. Hynek though refused to say that the strangeness of UFOs and UFO sightings proved they were alien spacecraft, which made him unpopular on the other side of the debate as well. An intellectual independent, he ended up sandwiched between the government, which demanded mundane explanations for sometimes fantastic sightings, and a public convinced that aliens walked among them.
"The inability for ambiguity to exist is a powerful force in UFO research," O'Connell says. "You have to go one way or the other, there's no middle ground."
Throughout the heyday of UFO sightings, significant incidents, including reported contact with alien entities and their aircraft, frequently popped up in clusters, referred to as "flaps" by Hynek. Though the last flap occurred after Close Encounters of the Third Kind debuted in 1977, UFOs are having a moment right now, too. This year Spielberg’s film celebrates its 40th anniversary, and the 1947 sighting of "flying saucers" over the Cascade mountains in the Pacific Northwest by pilot Kevin Arnold, which is widely noted as the beginning of the modern UFO phenomenon, marks 70 years of celestial intrigue. The History Channel just picked up a scripted series about Project Blue Book, the UFO investigation project that Hynek led for the government in the 1950s and 60, with Robert Zemeckis as executive producer. And of course, there's the matter of NASA's secret slaves on Mars. Are we headed for a new flap?
O'Connell is not so sure. "You would think that this amazing advance in technology, in photo imaging would have delivered us with the perfect UFO photo by now," he says. "You would think that but it hasn't happened and it's hard to decide exactly why. You can definitely argue that there are more people watching the sky with cameras in hand than ever before in human history."
What he's most interested in, beyond seeing Martin Freeman cast as Hynek – though he was amused by the thought of David Duchovny donning the professor's signature goatee – is an embrace of Hynek's balance of rigour and open-minded curiosity. Like Hynek himself, O'Connell wants to reposition the conversation about UFOs, as well as an agreement to adhere to the scientific method itself, back into the mainstream and plumb what might be possible, rather than single-mindedly trying to prove, or disprove the existence of aliens.
He finds some of Hynek's heady combination of scientific rigour and mysticism in the work of quantum physics and astronomers who are working on exoplanets right now. "Both of those fields involve, in my opinion, leaps of faith, leaps of intuition," he says. "We've shifted very dramatically from this idea that life on other planets must be exceedingly rare to this space where now where we're talking in terms of life in the universe being unbelievably abundant because we keep on finding all these goldilocks planets with our high powered space telescopes. Those are the two areas where I see that same kind of thinking that same kind of approach to science coming back to the way that Hynek saw things."


Thursday, July 6, 2017

Where Does Trump Stand On UFOs?


Trump recently re-activated the National Space Council, at an event at the White House where several members of Congress, industry officials and Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin were in attendance. The council was last active at the end of the George H.W. Bush administration in 1993. The council will advise the president on matters regarding setting space policy. It will also bring the government’s relationship with industry leaders, agencies, and private contractors closer.

Some are saying this will make secrecy even more rampant given the fact that private corporations will probably have more rule in space, but perhaps it’s the other way around. Space and space affairs, in general, have always been plagued with extrHere’s a great lecture on the secret space program.

This is even more intriguing because of some of the leaders within this industry, like the founder of Bigelow Aerospace, Robert Bigelow, who recently confirmed in an interview that he knows that extraterrestrials are visiting the planet.

The reason that space affairs are so interesting is that, as ex-NASA astronaut and former Princeton physics professor pointed out, “there is abundant evidence that we are being contacted, that civilizations have been visiting us for a very long time.”

There are now hundreds of high ranking military people, political people, academics, NASA astronauts and more from all over the world who have testified to their knowledge and evidence of an extraterrestrial presence.

Trump, obviously in many ways, is unlike any US president we’ve ever had. At the same time, in many ways, comparisons can be drawn to multiple past presidents. One thing is for certain: his presidential win was a shocker to many, and he definitely was not the favourite among Wall Street, corporate America and the financial elite, all of whom were backing Hillary Clinton, the “golden-child” that seemed to be the one chosen to continue pushing for the American empire and its globalization/take-over agenda through “justified” military intervention and invasion for ulterior motives, otherwise known as false-flag terrorism.

Trump, on the other hand, has been causing a lot of trouble for this powerful group of people and the corporations they hide behind. When it comes to “terror,” during his campaign Trump called out the US government for funding ISIS, which is interesting because the connections there have been strong for many years. It’s something many whistleblowers, politicians and academicians have been trying to create awareness about for years, despite little or no attention from the mainstream media. He’s called out the concerns associated with vaccines and gave corporate America a lot of trouble when we dismantled the Trans-Pacific Partnership. He even exposed Jeffrey Epstein, the convicted paedophile with close ties to the Royal Family, and people like Bill Clinton.

Despite these revelations, Trump has also made it easy for himself to be vilified, but that’s all we see. The cabal-owned mainstream media does not and will never support Trump, and puppets of theirs would not have done or said the things Trump has so far, and therefore you will constantly see him made out to look like a terrible person and a fool. There is no doubt, in my mind, that he is a threat to the cabal's plan for a heightened national security state and a New World Order. Many complain about his cabinet picks, and what they really represent, but there is much we don’t understand, like the fact, as Putin said, that “men in black suits” show up and advise/infiltrate the presidency. This is the invisible government, the government within the government, and it’s why, as Putin told the world, so many presidents are unable to do what they said they were going to do. It’s because even the president has a boss.

“Political parties exist to secure responsible government and to execute the will of the people.

From these great tasks, both of the old parties have turned aside. Instead of instruments to promote the general welfare, they have become the tools of corrupt interests which use them impartially to serve their selfish purposes. Behind the ostensible government sits enthroned an invisible government, owing no allegiance and acknowledging no responsibility to the people.

To destroy this invisible government, to dissolve the unholy alliance between corrupt business and corrupt politics is the first task of the statesmanship of the day.”

Given Trump’s record of blatantly sharing truths, some of which are so against what we’ve been made to believe for years, he seems to be more of a proponent of transparency than any president we’ve had since JFK. If this is truly the case, he would be a president that supports telling the public that we are not alone. That being said, he does seem to be a big fan of “national security” and preserving secrets and profiting off of international conflict. In politics, it’s extremely hard to tell, nothing is ever as it seems, which is why most people’s hate for Trump is completely misguided, and simply brainwashed into man via the mass brainwash machine that is mainstream media.

The important thing to remember here is that true disclosure won’t really come from any global government, but the people. The amount of awareness and information that’s now come to light, especially within the past few years, on this topic is truly incredible. More and more people are starting to recognize that we don’t really need our television, or those whom we give our power over to, to tell us “what is” and “what isn’t.” The time has come for us to start thinking for ourselves.

“For sure, the power elite closed ranks and did everything possible to ensure a victory for Clinton. This included not only the Democratic party (which previously played dirty pool against Bernie Sanders), but the entire mainstream media machine, the financial community, the EU, and even the Republican party itself. If nothing else, I had concluded that the media alone had done a sufficient job of demonizing Trump – multiple negative headlines daily for more than a year – to make him unelectable to the American people.”

Above are the worlds of Richard Dolan, one of the world’s leading writers and researchers on the topic of UFOs. He wrote an article regarding Donald Trump and UFO disclosure. His words are probably best to read on this subject, and you can do so HERE.

There is no doubt that Hillary was going somewhere; she spoke openly multiple times, and so did her campaign manager John Podesta, about lifting the veil of secrecy that surrounds this topic. Based on what I’ve looked into, these two were puppets of the global financial elite, used to push forth their agenda while reaping all of the rewards. Wikileaks, among many other revelations, also gave this argument more strength.

Any type of UFO disclosure coming from that type of government, as I’ve always written, to me, is highly questionable and probably being used to benefit them, or used to push forth some sort of ulterior agenda.

At the end of the day, UFO/extraterrestrial disclosure is happening as it should. The people are becoming more aware, and that’s all that matters. We don’t need to continually rely on authoritative figures whom we vote in every four years to tell us. It’s happening, and it’s happening through the mass population. That is true UFO disclosure, and we’re living in it!

Tuesday, July 4, 2017

We Are Not Likely Alone In The Universe

Are We Alone In The Universe?

Neil deGrasse Tyson is one of the most well-known astrophysicists. He is also an accomplished author and science communicator/entertainer, and the Frederick P. Rose Director of the Hayden Planetarium at the Rose Center for Earth and Space in New York City. Also, he doesn’t think that we are alone in the universe.
Appearing on C-SPAN’s In Depth, he explained how the chemistry of life makes it extremely unlikely that Earth is the only place in the universe where life has formed. He said, “Whatever happened on Earth, it’s not likely to be rare or unique. Because carbon chemistry, on which life is based, is the most fertile kind of chemistry there is. And carbon is abundant across the universe.”
However, Dr. Tyson does separate the questions of whether there is life elsewhere in the universe, and if intelligent life exists, from if we have been visited by any intelligent life. “What the UFO community puts forth as evidence is weak on a level that, in any scientific circle, would be kicked out of the lab room.”
The basis of this argument boils down to the foundations of the scientific method. Eyewitness testimony is nowhere near enough evidence to support a claim as fantastical as alien visitors. Current evidence of chemistry is enough to allow scientists to assert that there is life on other planets, but that evidence does not extend as far as intelligent life.

Saturday, July 1, 2017

Are We On The Brink Of Alien and UFO Disclosure

IT'S COMING: Shock claim that we are on the brink of being told aliens have visited Earth

THE US Government could soon crack and admit it has secretly been hiding evidence of alien visitations of Earth for the last 70 years, it has astonishingly been claimed.


The Paradigm Research Group (PRG), which campaigns to bring an end to an alleged "truth embargo" to keep the truth from the globe, believes there will soon be no going back for government insiders.
Steve Bassett, executive director of the group is the only registered lobbyist in the US on the issue of alien disclosure.
He is convinced that the shocking secret has been withheld amid fears of the impact it would have on religion and the rule of law since a flying saucer allegedly crashed in the New Mexico desert outside Roswell in 1947.
Mr. Bassett is now seeking $50,000 to help fund the campaign to pressurize the White House to roll over and say "yes, we've deceived you for the last 70 years."
He has launched an End The Truth Embargo fundraising page on
Mr. Bassett says on the page: "This funding effort is in service to every citizen of every nation now convinced the world should not wait one more day for confirmation we are not alone is this universe. 
"For 70 years this truth has been embargoed by your government. 
"After 20 years of engagement with the issue, I know this embargo can end soon with your help." 
He says the money will be used to set up a permanent office in Washington DC for PRG to "keep the pressure on the media to engage the politics of disclosure throughout 2017."
Mr Bassett said the cash would also all PRG to: "Seek professional speaker representation, make contact with officials in European countries, develop video media for use in the disclosure advocacy movement, built up the Exopolitics World Network and the United States Network, and consolidate, redesign and update PRG's many websites and Facebook pages."
PRG was buoyed on May 28 when during an interview on CBS 60 Minute's billionaire space engineer, Robert Bigelow, remarkably revealed he believed there is an "extraterrestrial presence engaging the human race." 
Mr. Bassett said: "He spoke truth to power. He stated unequivocally there is an extraterrestrial presence engaging the human race. When asked if he was concerned what people might think of that statement, he replied, 'I don't give a damn.' 

This funding campaign will ensure PRG can adjust to new strategies to ultimately bring the White House and the Pentagon to the table to work out the necessary understanding allowing disclosure.
Steve Bassett
"PRG salutes Mr. Bigelow and asks, 'Who will join him?'
"This funding campaign will ensure PRG can adjust to new strategies to ultimately bring the White House and the Pentagon to the table to work out the necessary understanding allowing disclosure."
The funding campaign is being conducted in conjunction with Coast to Coast AM with George Noory - described as "the most listened to late night talk program in America." Coast to Coast AM has for the past 25 years provided a platform for researchers, activists, "alien contactees", and other UFO witnesses.
So far Mr Bassett has been pledged $6,123 of his target.

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