Thursday, March 31, 2016

Will Hillary Come Clean About Extraterrestrials Visiting Area 51?

If you’re worried about little gray guys with no hair and amygdaloid eyes, Hillary Clinton wants to help. Last week, in an interview with late-night TV host Jimmy Kimmel, Clinton said that she planned to follow up on inquiries made years ago by her husband, and bare what the government really knows about visiting aliens.
The principal question: Are a few such cosmic beings — or at least some of their spacecraft — under wraps at Area 51, Nevada’s creepy, cryptic military facility? Inquiring minds want to know.
Of course they do. But I doubt that Clinton can provide a satisfactory answer.

Have aliens been frequent visitors at Area 51
First, the back story. For decades, surveys have shown that roughly one-third of the populace will raise their hand if asked, “Do you think Earth is being visited by extraterrestrials?” That’s a hundred million Americans, and of course, some of them have political influence. When Bill Clinton was president, the wealthy philanthropist Laurance Rockefeller sponsored, and then promoted, a document that described what was called the best evidence for alien craft. He met with Bill Clinton in 1996, and encouraged him make a deep dive on the subject. Clinton tried to learn if cosmic creatures were warehoused at Area 51, but said he came up empty.
Now we have UFO redux. Hillary is being urged by her campaign manager, John Podesta, to think again. Or at least, to ask again. Podesta, who was Bill Clinton’s Chief of Staff and more recently Counselor to President Obama, now chairs Hillary’s campaign. He’s long pushed for disclosure of any government information germane to the UFO question, and for over two decades has made this a minor leitmotif for the Clintons.
So what is Hillary going to do that her husband didn’t? Well, maybe nothing more than to simply look into the subject again. But, Kimmel upped the ante. What if Hillary finds that the government really does have proof of aliens?
“Well, if there is something there,” Clinton responded, “unless it’s a threat to national security, I think we ought to share it with the public.”
In other words, tell it like it is. Clinton is siding with those who clamor for “disclosure,” a code word for the government coming clean and admitting to the public what it really knows about UFOs. The thesis is simple: the question of alien presence will be settled if the feds simply open their files.
But that premise is weak. An extraordinary claim (we’re being visited) is defended with a resort to hidden information. Suppose someone tells you they’ve found a cure for cancer. Would you believe them if they also said that the crucial proof was hidden for decades by a malevolent government?
There’s also a subtle bias in the disclosure approach. The very term implies that there is something to disclose.
But what if there’s not? Things go wrong anyway. In 1970 the Air Force ended Project Blue Book - its investigation of UFOs — saying that it had found nothing of interest in the many reports it collected. Did that put claims of saucer-sailing visitors to bed? No, it merely spawned a conviction that the Air Force investigation was rigged or that the real UFO evidence was in the relatively small collection of unexplained cases.
In 2009, the British Ministry of Defence shuttered its UFO hotline. The number of reported sightings had reached two or three a day, and the burden of dealing with them was considered insupportable. The MOD said that after more than a half-century of taking hotline tips, they had learned nothing of either military or scientific value. They also released tens of thousands of related government documents. Nonetheless, you’re living in dreamland if you think that all members of the British public have now dismissed the idea that Earth is hosting extraterrestrials.
So disclosure is a mirage unless the answer is the right one. If the government’s response to Hillary’s queries is “there’s nothing at Area 51 but military aircraft,” do you really expect that those whose psyches are invested in the alien visitation story are going to buy it?
Not likely. They’re not going to hand over their swords and abandon the idea of aliens on Earth. Given the inherent problem of proving a negative, I doubt they’ll ever come to this conclusion. Ever.
And even if you don’t share my skepticism, note that Hillary’s response to Kimmel had a qualifier as obvious as a circus parade. She said that yes, she’ll share whatever information she finds “unless it’s a threat to national security.”
Even a fourth grader will realize this is a handy excuse to hold back information. Not that she necessarily would. It’s just that any statement saying that there are no alien bodies at Area 51 is immediately suspect. It won’t settle any arguments.
Clinton may just have been kidding around with Kimmel. And on the practical side, given the large number of people who believe that Earth has house guests, maybe this was just a gambit to influence some voters to favor her candidacy.
But one thing you can bet on: Area 51 and its putative store of extraterrestrial paraphernalia isn’t about to become an open book. 

How Much Do You Know About the 10th Planet?


The 10 Planet
The Solar System has been giving up its secrets to us little by little. From the earliest Stone Age astronomers to today’s Astrophysicists, we march forward in the quest for knowledge and our scientific endeavor has been richly rewarded. We have been treated to unprecedented views of our place in space and our retinue of planets.

We have seen Pluto in amazing detail, a wrongfully demoted planet in my view with 5 moons of its own with a richly varied terrain. We have seen water ice geysers on Saturn’s moon Enceladus, discovered a slushy ocean 100 miles deep on Jupiter’s moon Europa, and witnessed an early Earth environment on Saturn’s moon Titan. These are just a few of our “greatest hits”.

For centuries though we have wondered if there could be a tenth planet out beyond Pluto. Well, the debate was actually settled back in 2005 when a tenth planet, (or ninth if you don’t believe Pluto is a planet), was indeed found. Given the unceremonious temporary name 2003 UB313, the newly-found planet is 97 astronomical units from the Sun.

An astronomical unit or AU as you may know is the distance from Earth to the Sun. In miles an AU is 93 million miles.The newly found planet is 97 times further away. At that extraordinary distance, the feeble light of the Sun takes nearly 13 HOURS to arrive.

Pluto is 40 AU away from the Sun compared to 2003 UB313 and can be seen only in the most powerful telescopes as a tiny dot of light. But Pluto’s gravitational effects on the other planets is measurable and led to its discovery. Even if only by mistake... (read on)

Taking a step back in history lets look for a moment at the discovery of the planets Neptune and Pluto.

Astronomers in the years leading up to 1846 noted that the planet Uranus was not appearing in its predicted positions based on the understanding of the Solar System at that time with consideration given for Newton’s gravitational laws.

Theories suggested that another planet, an 8th planet, was causing the perturbation noticed in the orbit of Uranus. Neptune was later found after a systematic search in the predicted location by Johann Galle at Berlin Observatory in 1846.

In the years leading up to 1905, Percival Lowell, an American Astronomer noticed that yet another object seemed to be causing both Uranus and Neptune to be perturbed in their expected orbits. Something farther out was causing it in his view. Lowell dubbed it “Planet X” and hunted for it unsuccessfully for the remainder of his life.

In 1930 Clyde Tombaugh, a man of slight stature but of incredible intellect, discovered the elusive “Planet X” using Lowell’s prediction algorithms. And thus our 9th planet was found. But interesting to note is that the prediction of Pluto’s approximate location was not based on valid data as it turns out!

Pluto’s mass was lower than predicted and the perturbation to the motions of Uranus and Neptune couldn’t possibly be explained by a planet as small as Pluto. So the discovery of Pluto in that location where Lowell predicted was actually coincidental.

What could cause the unexplained motions of Uranus and Neptune? Many astronomers came to the conclusion that there had to be other more distant objects orbiting the Sun in our Solar System. Theoretically they would have to be traveling in very elongated or eccentric orbits. Others in circular or near circular orbits.

These objects can not only explain the motions of Uranus and Neptune, but also explain why the outer Solar System far beyond Pluto look as it does. Beyond Pluto there is a collection of objects orbiting the Sun on a many thousand year orbit each.

These objects, still within the confines of our defined Solar System are called Trans-Neptunian objects or TNOs. As it turns out, there are several tens of thousands larger TNOs all out in a region known as the Kuiper Belt and many thousands more of the small ones.

The Kuiper Belt is a large band of space in the Solar System starting approximately at Neptune’s distance of 30 AU and extending perhaps out to as much as 50 AU. Within the Belt there are likely millions of comets waiting to be perturbed into the Inner Solar System.But it is the TNOs that are responsible for the misunderstood motions of the outer planets.

The existence of TNOs prompted conspiracy theorists to suggest that there is a “Planet of Doom” heading our way that will disrupt our world and perhaps destroy it. It has been given names such as Nbiru, or Planet X.

While there is no question that another Earth sized planet could lurk in deep space far out in the Kuiper Belt, it is also well known that no such objects are near the Earth presently. The force of its gravity would have belied its presence decades ago via small unexplained perturbations wrought upon the orbits of the other planets.

There haven’t been any. such perturbations that remain unexplained by TNOs. But that doesnt stop those who we refer to as “science free” from saying Nbiru exists and Earth is in imminent danger, perhaps hoping to bring some attempted future postmortem attention to themselves. I have heard every theory it seems,

There is the possibility that a larger body in the Kuiper Belt could eventually be dislodged from its orbit by a passing star or collision and begin the thousands of years trek to the Inner Solar System where it may indeed spell the end for all life on Earth.

There is even the possibility that those waiting for their “Nibiru” might receive satisfaction in the far future if such a planet-sized object is knocked out of the Kuiper belt and sent hurtling toward us. To be fair though its far more likely that an errant asteroid strike will occur long before then or that Yellowstone’s super volcano will erupt.

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

NASA Photo Shows Super Black Hole Shooting A Massive Flare



Black Hole Has Major Flare


The baffling and strange behaviors of black holes have become somewhat less mysterious recently, with new observations from NASA's Explorer missions Swift and the Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array, or NuSTAR. The two space telescopes caught a supermassive black hole in the midst of a giant eruption of X-ray light, helping astronomers address an ongoing puzzle: How do supermassive black holes flare?

The results suggest that supermassive black holes send out beams of X-rays when their surrounding coronas -- sources of extremely energetic particles -- shoot, or launch, away from the black holes.

"This is the first time we have been able to link the launching of the corona to a flare," said Dan Wilkins of Saint Mary's University in Halifax, Canada, lead author of a new paper on the results appearing in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. "This will help us understand how supermassive black holes power some of the brightest objects in the universe."

Supermassive black holes don't give off any light themselves, but they are often encircled by disks of hot, glowing material. The gravity of a black hole pulls swirling gas into it, heating this material and causing it to shine with different types of light. Another source of radiation near a black hole is the corona. Coronas are made up of highly energetic particles that generate X-ray light, but details about their appearance, and how they form, are unclear.

Astronomers think coronas have one of two likely configurations. The "lamppost" model says they are compact sources of light, similar to light bulbs, that sit above and below the black hole, along its rotation axis. The other model proposes that the coronas are spread out more diffusely, either as a larger cloud around the black hole, or as a "sandwich" that envelops the surrounding disk of material like slices of bread. In fact, it's possible that coronas switch between both the lamppost and sandwich configurations.

The new data support the "lamppost" model -- and demonstrate, in the finest detail yet, how the light-bulb-like coronas move. The observations began when Swift, which monitors the sky for cosmic outbursts of X-rays and gamma rays, caught a large flare coming from the supermassive black hole called Markarian 335, or Mrk 335, located 324 million light-years away in the direction of the constellation Pegasus. This supermassive black hole, which sits at the center of a galaxy, was once one of the brightest X-ray sources in the sky.

"Something very strange happened in 2007, when Mrk 335 faded by a factor of 30. What we have found is that it continues to erupt in flares but has not reached the brightness levels and stability seen before," said Luigi Gallo, the principal investigator for the project at Saint Mary's University. Another co-author, Dirk Grupe of Morehead State University in Kentucky, has been using Swift to regularly monitor the black hole since 2007.

In September 2014, Swift caught Mrk 335 in a huge flare. Once Gallo found out, he sent a request to the NuSTAR team to quickly follow up on the object as part of a "target of opportunity" program, where the observatory's previously planned observing schedule is interrupted for important events. Eight days later, NuSTAR set its X-ray eyes on the target, witnessing the final half of the flare event.

After careful scrutiny of the data, the astronomers realized they were seeing the ejection, and eventual collapse, of the black hole's corona.

"The corona gathered inward at first and then launched upwards like a jet," said Wilkins. "We still don't know how jets in black holes form, but it's an exciting possibility that this black hole's corona was beginning to form the base of a jet before it collapsed."

How could the researchers tell the corona moved? The corona gives off X-ray light that has a slightly different spectrum -- X-ray "colors" -- than the light coming from the disk around the black hole. By analyzing a spectrum of X-ray light from Mrk 335 across a range of wavelengths observed by both Swift and NuSTAR, the researchers could tell that the corona X-ray light had brightened -- and that this brightening was due to the motion of the corona.

Coronas can move very fast. The corona associated with Mrk 335, according to the scientists, was traveling at about 20 percent the speed of light. When this happens, and the corona launches in our direction, its light is brightened in an effect called relativistic Doppler boosting.

Putting this all together, the results show that the X-ray flare from this black hole was caused by the ejected corona.

"The nature of the energetic source of X-rays we call the corona is mysterious, but now with the ability to see dramatic changes like this we are getting clues about its size and structure," said Fiona Harrison, the principal investigator of NuSTAR at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, who was not affiliated with the study.

Many other black hole brainteasers remain. For example, astronomers want to understand what causes the ejection of the corona in the first place.

NuSTAR is a Small Explorer mission led by Caltech and managed by NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, for NASA's Science Mission Directorate in Washington. NuSTAR was developed in partnership with the Danish Technical University and the Italian Space Agency (ASI). The spacecraft was built by Orbital Sciences Corp., Dulles, Virginia. NuSTAR's mission operations center is at UC Berkeley, and the official data archive is at NASA's High Energy Astrophysics Science Archive Research Center. ASI provides the mission's ground station and a mirror archive. JPL is managed by Caltech for NASA.



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Tuesday, March 29, 2016

UFO Secret Technology, Off World Secrets and Exotic Technology All Covered in this Intriguing Interview

Catherine Austin Fitts: The UFO Economy 3.0 - Part Two

Star Wars and Offworld Secrecy Dangers! 


Offworld Secrets
Join Dark Journalist for Part Two of his deep discussion with Former Assistant Housing Secretary and Financial Expert Catherine Austin Fitts. Drawing on her rich career in top positions in Washington and on Wall Street, Catherine carefully unravels the layers of deceit and misdirection inherent in the covert system of using public resources for developing new economic opportunities in space for the benefit of of a few private elite corporate interests. Together, they unravel the web of disinformation and obfuscation around the Black Budget investment in space by a shadowy alliance between Deep State political forces and greedy corporate interests for the development of a UFO Economy using advanced technology, a secret system of finance and total manipulation of public awareness through complete control over the mainstream media. 



Watch Part One Here >>

**Dark Journalist also raises the question: Fitts For President in 2016? Her answer may surprise you.**

Exotic Technology
According to multiple whistleblowers, with the development of a Secret Space Program via SDI Star Wars Technology, forces deep in the official structure were reacting to a perceived UFO threat that reached a fever pitch in 1947. In the almost 70 years since that initial wave of sightings, The National Security State has utilized Exotic Offworld Technology recovered in highly secretive UFO crash retrieval programs to develop their own fleets of manmade UFOS, incorporating Anti-Gravity, Stealth and Super Drone technology. According to the late Lt. Colonel Philip J. Corso, who was a high-ranking military intelligence officer in the administrations of Presidents Eisenhower, Kennedy and Johnson, the military discovered many of the high-tech developments we all use now in modern computers and smartphones from these clandestine operations.

UFO Technology Secrets
With the covert forces realizing not only great advantages in military weapons production, but also in engineering new industries and achieving large scale profits from their discoveries of UFO Technology Secrets, the intense coverup around the entire subject of offworld visitors has gone into major overdrive. Deep Black Op programs to discredit and defame those involved in UFO investigations emanate from a covert level of intelligence agencies that are tasked with keeping the secrecy in place so they can utilize the hidden advances in technology, science, medicine, and advanced free-energy production for a small Breakaway Civilization of political, military and corporate interests that have dominated the action on planet Earth since World War 2.

Clash of Two Worlds
The clash between the official reality and the truth on the ground is starting to hit a breaking point and many of the old games for keeping the public in the dark just won't work in the age of Smartphones and Social Media. Our modern culture is now far more advanced than the dysfunctional leadership on this crucial issue of offworld visitors and the advanced technology they represent. But the ruling forces in geopolitics, media and corporate circles have no desire to see their ultimate secret exposed and the entire energy paradigm of the globe change overnight from fossil based fuels and UFO Free Energy Technology. By refusing to advance the knowledge in society around the UFO question, forces in the Deep State are setting up the ultimate Clash of Two Worlds and apparently they believe they will prevail and shall be able keep their cult of secrecy going forever!

Shocking, informative, alarming, essential, eye-opening, controversial and unnerving, this is Part Two of the Dark Journalist episode you can't afford to miss!

Hillary Says That She Will Look Into UFOs - Should We Believe Her?

The top Democratic presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton, wants to dig into the UFO files. Clinton made the revelation in an interview last night with Jimmy Kimmel.


"I would like us to go into those files and hopefully make as much of that public as possible," Clinton told Kimmel. "If there's nothing there, let's tell people there's nothing there."

Clinton says the findings of the UFO files should be released. "If there is something there, unless it's a threat to national security, I think we ought to share it with the public."

The truth is that Bill and Hillary Clinton have had more than ample opportunity to look into and expose what the government knows about UFOs. It is not very likely that either Clinton would provide transparency on the UFO issue.

Monday, March 28, 2016

Witness Claims UFO Witness Lands Near His Home In Las Vegas - Video

UFO Lands Between Mountains And Residential Area


Witness Comments
What an awesome sight this was to see. I saw a light in the sky just above the closest mountain to my home which is less than two miles away and began to film it because I could tell it was a UFO immediately. This is also the same mountain that shows up in many of my videos of UFOs just above a rooftop of a building near my home. 

This time, I saw where the UFO came from and caught it in the air just before it began to descend and eventually land. As it was descending the lights went out but the moonlight was strong enough to where I could still see it in the camera lens. It lurked in the darkness at the base of the mountain and eventually showed itself again briefly. Several minutes later it showed up again just above the rooftop of a building you see in many of my videos. As it was leaving I noticed that it was, in fact, two objects now. I saw it for a second or two more back in the same spot it landed and then it disappeared. Amazing!

Research Mover Closer To Proving The Afterlife - Near Death Experience

NEW YORK (Jeff Abell / CBS) -- Ellyn Dye is a professional writer who didn't quite learn the lessons of life until she discovered death.

"There really is more than who we human beings are," Dye said.

She made her life-changing discovery on a drive to the supermarket 30-years ago.

Another motorist veered into her path, sending Ellyn Dye crashing.

"I felt no impact I felt nothing. And the next thing I knew I was looking down from the top of my car."

Ellyn Dye was clinically dead and viewing her own crash scene from a distance. It was an out of body experience that sounded all too familiar.

"The tunnel of light showed up. You can see this bright, bright, light but the most important part is you can feel it. I saw almost immediately saw all of my relatives who have passed. You know how happy they were to see me and how proud of me they are."

Her experience confirmed what she had forever believed, that life exists even after death.

Jack Dunlavey said, "I really do think that the worst thing we can be is afraid. I never had a question whether it was real or not it was real for me."


Five years ago, Jack Dunlavey was knocking on deaths door. Not long after pulling his tractor out of the barn, it gave way to the soggy ground.

"Four thousand pounds is what the tractor guy told me," Dunlavey said.

All four thousand pounds overturned and landed on Jack Dunalvey's back.

"Instantly I knew I was going to die."

What happened next, is similar to what happened to Ellyn Dye. A bright tunnel appeared and so did familiar faces.

"But when I walked in and floated into that all my concerns were gone," Dunlavey said. "As I was in there I also saw my parents coming toward me."

Scientists have long believed that these out of body experiences were simply hallucinations. But after studying the stories of more than two thousand heart attack survivors, some researchers now seem convinced those "near death" experiences may actually be real.

The study which is the largest to date, found that more than 40-percent of survivors describe having some form of awareness long after they were declared dead.

Dr. Sam Parnia said, "In general, they described seeing lights, getting peaceful, seeing relatives almost as if they were walking them to where they were going."

"No, there's no life after death, " said one New York City surgeon.

This surgeon says there is a scientific explanation for those near death experiences.

For as long as five minutes after the heart stops, neurons, he says, are still pumping images through the brain.

"So when we talk about that bright light, that's happening in your oxcillary-lobe."

"Some people can't comprehend that something like that can happen," Dunlavey said. "But its getting more common now so people are starting to listen."

For Ellyn Dye, the research bolsters what she's known for years.

"It doesn't convince me more that my experience was real because it was very real," Dye said. "I can say i saw all my relatives who have died. They were alive and more alive than they ever were on planet Earth."

Sunday, March 27, 2016

Is 2016 Going To Be The Year Of UFOs and An Alien Presence On Earth?

You’ve Never Heard Linda Moulton Howe Like This Before!

Linda Moulton Howe
Join Dark Journalist Daniel Liszt for the exciting return of Coast to Coast AM Investigative Reporter and star of the History Channel’s Ancient Aliens series Linda Moulton Howe! In Part 1 of this fascinating episode, Linda, in a rare and controversial prediction, reveals that she has received inside information from trusted sources that 2016 will be the year that at long last the reality of life beyond the Earth will be acknowledged officially by the political leadership and the UFO question and alien presence will be announced!

Dangerous Forces of Secrecy
She also warns that the covert forces of secrecy and global domination are planning to cling to their subversive blueprint for maintaining the status quo by concealing the advanced technology and sophisticated exotic energy achieved from reversed-engineered ET craft. She sees two possible timelines for the 21st century: in the first one, a new openness is achieved and the public learns to gain a certain amount of trust in the progress that begins to happen on the subject of suppressed and classified information regarding UFOs that’s been covered up since World War II. In the other timeline, the Deep State of Corporate, Media and Intelligence forces seize control and throw the world into turmoil by ramping up police state tactics, False Flag events and completing a worldwide smart grid of invasive surveillance to further centralize and control the population using established methods of fear to Divide and Conquer modern society.





Where Did UFO Secrecy Get Started? Cape Girardeau!
So many reports on classic cases, like the Roswell crash and the 1947 Kenneth Arnold Sightings are touted as being the first incident of a major UFO coverup, but Linda has discovered through the foggy mists of time a forgotten case of the crash of an off-world civilization with multiple witnesses in Cape Girardeau, Missouri in 1941. At the time, future President Harry Truman and Four Term President FDR needed to collaborate to preserve the secrecy around the alien beings that were discovered at the crash site. The beings were eventually taken to Capitol Hill in Washington D.C. (before the creation of the Pentagon) and according to new research, kept in a liquid state in jars in an underground base below the Capitol before being used in a bizarre Masonic Ritual to enact UFO Secrecy that would last for generations!

UFO Revelations?
Has the time come for true UFO revelations that will give new universal meaning to humanity in the 21st century, even if it brings turmoil in the short term? Or are forces inside a Breakaway Civilization preparing their contingency plans to keep their covert advantage of UFO Technology intact? Is it time for a UFO Breakthrough?

Alarming, exciting, shocking, controversial and extremely enlightening, this is the Part 1 episode of Dark Journalist with Linda Moulton Howe that you don’t want to miss!

Saturday, March 26, 2016

Video Shows UFOs Dramatically Disappearing in the Afternoon Sky

Vanishing UFOs Filmed Over Ontario


V-FOR-VICTOR / YOUTUBE
UFOs seem to blip out or instantly vanish over Ontario, Canada.
UFOs are reported across the globe on a daily basis, and it’s often the same thing — a circular object shines brilliantly in the sky, and then, instantly, it disappears.
Of course, if an advanced civilization in a far off galaxy had the technology to cross the far reaches of space, we might assume the pilots of those spacecraft could also have a cloaking device or hyperspace afterburners, like you might see in your favorite science fiction movie.
They might even have the ability to slip into and out of other dimensions or realities.
A sighting last month in Ontario, Canada, posted to YouTube, delights viewers’ eyes and lives up to every expectation of a close encounter, except in one respect: It probably isn’t real. 
We generally don’t comment on anonymous UFO reports posted on social media. However, this one seems to illustrate an important point, and you might keep this in mind the next time you think you see an ET’s spacecraft.
The eyewitness, known only from his V-For-Victor (V4V) YouTube channel, claims that he saw through his bedroom window, “three bright objects in the sky hovering beside each other in a strange formation.”
The eyewitness decided to videotape the objects after they began to blink randomly, disappear and reappear in the same spot. The following 13-second video shows some of this activity.
The incident is under investigation by MUFON, an international UFO research organization that collects UFO reports and attempts to come up with credible explanations for those sightings. 
MUFON is not related to any academic organization, nor are their internally trained investigators required to have advanced degrees in science. 
The first problem with this submission, of course, is that we don’t know the identity of the eyewitness.
MUFON claims it withholds a submitter’s personal information to save that person the negative attention that might come from claiming to see a UFO.
That’s understandable. Nobody wants to be dismissed as a kook. Still, that means we know nothing about this person’s credibility, mental health or sobriety at the time of the incident. He or she might simply be a prankster.
In this particular case, HuffPost reached out for more information to V4V, who didn’t respond to our request.
The YouTube posting does provide some background, at least.
“I have no idea how high and how far away the UFOs were,” V4V says. “[They] looked very large. I did not hear strange noises or any aircraft engines ... The color of the UFOs was a yellow/orange, almost like car lights.”
But we don’t know exactly when the incident took place because the witness’s post contains conflicting information, and there are no corroborating witnesses.
His written report begins with: “Filmed with a iPad Air 2, on Feb. 19, 2016.”
Yet, just below that, where the incident description actually unfolds, it says: “OnFeb. 21, 2016, at around 5:50 PM, I witnessed 3 UFOs hovering outside.”
So, did this take place on Feb. 19 or Feb. 21? 
A Holland-based YouTube channel, FindingUFO, presents information, news and videos about dubious UFOs, submitted by people from around the world. The channel added some visual enhancements to the Canada video, in the following attempt to better clarify the UFOs in this story:
Some of the comments on the YouTube page of the original report support the eyewitness’ testimony of capturing something very unusual in the sky.
Others weren’t so kind, suggesting the UFOs were simply window-reflected lights.
HuffPost showed the video and written report to Marc Dantonio, a video and image specialist of FX Models, who uses advanced software tools in his photo analysis work.
“Interesting video,” Dantonio emailed HuffPost. “However, I noticed something peculiar when the objects vanish in the ‘sky.’ I say ‘sky’ that way because, in my opinion, they were very likely not in the sky at all. I could see, at one point in the video, the edge of a window. I believe we are seeing lights reflected in a window, and the ‘winking out’ is just the light becoming blocked in the room, and thus, no longer reflecting in the window.
“The right-hand light goes out top to bottom. It’s like someone slid a piece of paper or cardboard down in front of the lights one by one. In my opinion, we are looking through a window and viewing light reflections that were extinguished manually, one by one.”

Friday, March 25, 2016

Two Famous UFO And Alien Abduction Cases To Become Documentaries

THE HILL ABDUCTION & THE EXETER ENCOUNTER
A documentary by Jeff & Jess Finn



"Live Free or Die" is the official state motto of New Hampshire, but the phrase also could have served as the mantra for the 1960s, an era well-documented as one of monumental cultural shifts and indelible social change. Two less-celebrated events, which occurred in New Hampshire in the early and middle parts of the decade, were both earth-shaking in their own right. They did not entail demonstrations. Or happenings. Or rock concerts. They involved UFOs. Extraterrestrials. And human beings. The down-to-earth details behind these two horrific otherworldly events are explored in the new documentary film, Strange Septembers: The Hill Abduction & The Exeter Encounter.

Based on interviews with the likes of legendary actor, James Earl Jones (who played Barney Hill in the 1975 film, The UFO Incident), groundbreaking ufologist, Stanton Friedman (civilian researcher who helped define the Roswell Incident), author/lecturer Kathleen Marden (niece of Betty and Barney Hill), and Thomas Muscarello (brother of Norman Muscarello), this creepy, compelling, and informative film attempts to decipher the mysteries surrounding the twin peaks of New Hampshire UFO cases: the September 19, 1961 disturbing abduction of Betty and Barney Hill, and the September 3, 1965 close encounter of Norman Muscarello, Eugene Bertrand, and David Hunt.

Witnesses Find It Hard To Move Beyond The Reality of UFO Sightings

Shining a light on UFO sightings



On March 18, 1978, at approximately 1:15 a.m., Deputy Pike Limehouse with the Dorchester Sheriff's Office was called out to a remote area near Summerville to investigate something that could not be explained. Speaking to a film crew later that year, the officer said that once he arrived on scene he was approached by a North Charleston resident by the name of Bill Herrmann, who told the deputy he would not believe what had happened. Limehouse said he had never seen a man that excited before, as the two stood together in an open field under a half-full moon. The officer expected the worst, but what he got was the unbelievable.
Herrmann, a fresh-faced diesel technician, reported that he had been standing in his yard in North Charleston before finding himself in a field 15 miles away. Herrmann's employer and longtime friend described him as a good member of his church, his family, and the community. Herrmann later told reporters that he had never believed in UFOs before that strange night in '78, when he found himself mysteriously transported from outside his home. When it occurred, he was unsure what had even happened, but the gaps in his memory would fill in over the following years.
In 1981, Herrmann shared the story of his abduction with an AP reporter, describing the night that he watched a metal disk, 60 feet in diameter, drop down in front of him. Falling backwards, he told the reporter he was engulfed in a blue light and pulled upward toward the ship. Herrmann said he then found himself alone and afraid in an empty field. He couldn't recall what had happened. He didn't know where he had been taken. He told the reporter he felt dirty. He said he felt like he had been around something he shouldn't have been around. Faced with something he couldn't explain, he wept.
Herrmann would go on to recount other otherwordly encounters that took place after his initial abduction. He was interviewed by film crews and researchers of the supernatural, but living with these experiences and sharing these stories would take a toll on his personal life in the years surrounding his alleged encounters with UFOs.
"My wife put up with more than anyone would put up with," he said in a 1981 article published in Greenwood's Index Journal. "It's hard to live with someone whose idea of 'good night' is to go out and sit in the car with a pair of binoculars and wait for something to arrive."
But how do you move past such a life-changing experience? UFO sightings continue to pour in from all across the Lowcountry, and many of the people involved just want one thing: an explanation. They just want to know that they're not the only ones who've seen bright lights dance across the night sky. And when they go looking for answers, many South Carolinians end up talking with Cheryl Gilmore, state director of the Mutual UFO Network.
Officially formed in 1969, MUFON investigates and collects data on reported UFO sightings across the world. Ironically, it was that same year that the United States Air Force terminated Project Blue Book, a government program that studied UFOs. Over 22 years, the Air Force investigated 12,618 total sightings, more than 700 of which were never identified.
As state director for South Carolina, Gilmore documents each reported encounter and either assigns the cases to a trained local field agent or investigates them herself. For Gilmore and the other members of MUFON, it's important to take a scientific approach to each sighting and to gather all the important facts. Of MUFON's approximately 3,500 members, about 37 are located in South Carolina. Gilmore says her interest in UFOs started in 1959 in her hometown of Fresno, Ohio. Playing in a pasture one day with her cousin, she felt compelled to look up. And what she saw next changed her life.
"Here in this beautiful blue sky was this shiny, silver disc. It was just hovering up there, and it looked like chrome on a car. That was back when there was chrome on cars," she says. "It was silent, just hovering there. I didn't feel fear of any kind. We ran back down to the house and told my aunt and my grandmother. They came out, and my aunt said, 'That's one of those flying saucers.' That's what we called them back then."
Struck by curiosity, Gilmore went to school the next day and shared the story with her science teacher and classmates. They laughed. She was labelled the "Flying Saucer Kid" until she graduated high school. Fortunately, Gilmore didn't let the ridicule dim her sense of wonder and her desire for the truth.
"People are more understanding nowadays. There is some stigma related to it, but not nearly as much," she says.
Most of the recent reports of sightings in the Charleston area involve bright orbs moving across the sky. Last July, an orange ball of light was spotted over Mt. Pleasant. Moving northwest, the orb changed shape before disappearing. Two weeks earlier, a Charleston resident was leaving work when he witnessed a series of lights drift slowly across the sky in what he described as perfect, precise movements. Shifting formation, the lights formed a triangle and eventually faded. Gilmore recommends anyone who sees a UFO to try to take a photo or video with their smart phone, but she says many witnesses are too awestruck to properly document their sightings.
"Your brain starts to go 'plane, blimp, balloon, birds.' You're brain starts to sort through all these different categories because it's so unusual. Then all of a sudden you realize it isn't any one of those things," says the 70-year-old investigator. "A lot of times, the sighting duration will be really short, so by the time your brain has computed through all of that, it's gone."
Those who experience a UFO sighting can submit their report on MUFON's website, including information such as time, place, physical description, and any sketches of the object. The organization is always looking for new members who can undergo training to become a field investigator and carry on the torch for future generations.
"It's a credible organization. We're all serious-minded people who are interested in this subject and have been for many, many years," says Gilmore. "It's sad to say, but the UFO community is an aging community. It seems to be harder to get the younger people interested in it."
She adds, "I don't know whether it's going to keep going."
After years of studying sightings, Gilmore remains reluctant to say she believes in UFOs as most people understand them, but she believes that there is something that has been interacting with this planet for thousands of years. It could be a force from outer space, another dimension, or time travellers. She doesn't have a definitive answer, but Gilmore knows there is something out there. And for those unwilling to entertain such possibilities, remember Hamlet's words to his skeptical friend: "There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy."

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Aliens Visited Michigan 50 Years Ago, Mass UFO Sighting With A Dozen Police Witnesses

Mass UFO Sighting With Dozens Of Unimpeachable Witnesses

Fifty years ago today, reports of Unidentified Flying Objects swarmed over Michigan. Headlines screamed from the pages of newspapers. Reporters headed to a swamp near Dexter and to a girls’ dorm at Hillsdale College.



The witnesses were not few and far-between. The people who said they saw these things included law enforcement officers and college officials. The U.S. Air Force sent in an expert from its Project Blue Book program, which investigated UFO reports from 1952 to 1969. After a short time visiting and talking to witnesses, J. Allen Hynek declared that what everyone had seen was not some alien invasion, but swamp gas. In articles from back then, swamp gas was described as methane emissions from decaying vegetation, which can ignite spontaneously.

Some people had a hard time swallowing that theory. One of them is Harry Willnus of South Lyon, a retired high school teacher and UFO enthusiast. Willnus, who was not a witness but has researched the Swamp Gas Case, sat with me last week to revisit those events of 50 years ago.

One more thing. If you think people didn’t take this seriously back then, know this: A congressman from Michigan called for congressional hearings on the Michigan UFO sightings.

Mr. Willnus, can you set the scene for me? Fifty years ago today, what did people report in a swamp near Dexter?

People reported lights. There were a number of police officers there, including at least 12 officers from Washtenaw County. Several from Dexter, the city of Dexter. A host of townies, and this thing went on for about four hours, off and on.

What were they seeing?


They were seeing lights, they were seeing some kind of a craft. There were more than one craft in the area, which were reported over a number of days. Sometimes they were seen flying in formation, a group of three or four. Other times, we had cases where a UFO was hovering over a deputy’s squad car.

Is that right?

Yes.

So this all started March 20, 1966.

It was the beginning. … Before that there were many, many sightings in this area, other states as well, and it went on after this. But the two cases known as the Swamp Gas Case are the Dexter case of March 20, 1966, and the following night, Hillsdale College, behind a girls’ dorm, March 21. … There were at least 60, 70, maybe 80 coeds in a dorm and they observed these lights for some time. ... On one occasion, the lights came up very, very close to the windows of the dorm, scared the girls. And then the police would be called, object would leave, police would leave, eventually the object would come back.

Back to the swamp in Dexter. … This wasn’t just a man and his son out in the countryside after drinking a bunch of moonshine or something and seeing visions. Real, credible people, including sheriff’s deputies, reported seeing the same thing.

Exactly. Frank Mannor was a no-nonsense guy.

He’s the guy who first reported the swamp incident?

Yes.

Did he describe what it looked like? Have you seen reports of what this craft looked like?

It was about the size of a small car. He said it was football-shaped. It had lights on each end. The lights sometimes would vary in intensity and colors. There was somewhat of a haze underneath it, which is commonly reported around UFO sightings, some kind of a haze. It may have to do with their propulsion systems.

Tell me how this was portrayed in newspapers and television around Michigan at the time.

Fascination. There was a degree of fear, though, with some people. … I was teaching school and they called an impromptu staff meeting, one of the teachers immediately stood up and said, I’ve got a long drive home, get this thing over quick, I don’t want to be on the road if it’s even close to dark, with this UFO stuff going on.

OK, there’s all these reports, and the Air Force sends in an expert (Hynek).

Hynek had about a day and a half. He visited both places: Hillsdale and the Dexter swamp. Looked the situation over. He was constantly being hounded by the press. And he interviewed witnesses, basically. He was riding back in the squad car with Sheriff Doug Harvey, Washtenaw County Sheriff. ... He said he just couldn’t put it together, what people had seen. But after they got back to the sheriff’s office, this is when I think the big event happened. The dispatcher stepped into the office and said, “Dr. Hynek, you’ve got a call from Washington.” Hynek stepped out, he took the call, he came back in, he looked a little gray, shook, and he was mumbling, “Swamp gas.” I don’t think Hynek knew what swamp gas actually was until he got this phone call. …

When did you get interested in UFOs and these kinds of studies?

I was a young lad, maybe 10 years old or so, and I saw a couple articles in the local paper, the Detroit Times, in those days, about UFOs. That’s what got me interested. I began to read and eventually did some investigating.

You’ve been a schoolteacher, you were a history teacher, you’re a sane human being. What do you say to those folks out there who would question all this as nonsense?

I would say, if you do your homework, go into this with an open mind ... there’s a tremendous amount of information and proof and evidence there that Planet Earth is being visited on a very regular basis. ... Have you ever seen one?

I’m trying to think. I love looking at the night sky. I’m a big fan of stargazing. I’ve seen plenty of satellites and things going around … I don’t know that I’ve ever seen anything that I would classify as something from another world. How many people do you think have?

The estimate is as high as 14% of U.S. citizens have seen something that they cannot identify. Maybe most of those, they are something natural. But I say give me the top one-half percent. The military people, police officers, responsible citizens who’ve had sightings, and close-in sightings, and then listen to some of these. You’re going to be scratching your head.

UFO Causes Car To Stop and Driver Goes Into Trance Like State

Cigar Shape UFO Causes Car To Stall

Have you ever looked into the sky and wondered whether we alone in the universe?

Many people think that in such a vast universe, there must be something else out there.

But for Gary the very thought was preposterous.

That was, until one night in March 2013 when he was recovering a vehicle in Barlaston.



It was a Friday night when he received the call to attend to a breakdown of the car.

He was sent to Rough Close and what he didn't know was that this was to be a call he would never forget.

It was shortly after midnight and the weather was heavy with rain.

A lady had broken down some way from home and required Gary's assistance.

As he pulled up in the lower car park, overlooking Wedgwood, he saw the lady and her car.

Gary introduced himself and began to investigate the problem with the car.

As he continued to work under the bonnet, he heard a strange sound coming from the field not far away.

"It sounded like a swishing noise accompanied by a low buzzing," he told me.

"We both looked towards where the noise was coming from and we froze with fear when we first saw it.

"The initial thing we noticed was a light radiating from the field where the noise was coming from.

"Whatever it was it had just began to lift off the ground and was heading directly upwards."

Gary described the craft as black in colour and a shaped like a cigar and he estimated it to be approximately 50 feet in length.

Both the lady and Gary stood transfixed on the glow of this unknown object.

"When I glanced at the woman she was actually smiling, it felt euphoric and stimulating not scary at all," he explained.

When the object reached approximately 20 feet into the air it slowed down and changed direction, swinging around to face towards them.

Gary said: "That was the only time I felt concerned, it seemed to notice us and that felt surreal."

Then the lady that Gary had come to help, started to walk slowly towards the object.

He watched with uncertainty and fear as she seemed to be in some kind of trance.

He moved quickly towards the lady and stood in front of her.

"I was trying to stop her but she seemed drawn towards the object and continued to try and get past me - keeping her eyes fixed on the craft at all times."

Eventually he shouted over to her and she seemed to snap out of the trance.

At the very same time, the object let out a deep pulsing sound before going off into the sky before it disappeared completely.

Following the silence, Gary talked to the woman who claimed that although she could remember seeing the light in the field, she couldn't remember walking towards it.

When I asked Gary what he thought had been happening he told me: "I actually think the craft had been waiting for someone to come past and caused the woman's car to breakdown.

"Once she pulled over it was waiting for the right time to abduct her but I showed up and prevented that from happening by just simply being there.

"It was strange but once the craft had gone her car started back up and I couldn't find any fault with it"

So the next time your car starts to play up, it might be worth considering who is actually watching you…

Thursday, March 24, 2016

Packers Quarterback, Aaron Rodgers Recounts His UFO Sighting

Aaron Rodgers Has A Pretty Good UFO Story


Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was a recent guest on the You Made It Weirdpodcast with Pete Holmes, and he somehow ended up describing the time he apparently saw an alien spacecraft in the night sky over New Jersey.

It was a large orange, left-to-right-moving object. Because of the overcast nature of the night and the snow, you couldn’t make out—it was kind of behind the clouds we were seeing, but it was definitively large, moving from left to right. It was me, Steve [Levy], and his brother that saw it. And it goes out of sight and we look at each other and go “What in the fuck was that?”
Rodgers says the incident happened in 2005, and that his former Cal teammate Steve Levy saw it, too. You can listen to the podcase, via the Milwaukee Record:

Rodgers goes on to say that shortly after seeing the alleged UFO, he heard what sounded like fighter jets patrolling the skies, and that he heard a siren from a nearby nuclear power plant just before the sighting. These are apparently common threads that tie together a lot of sightings.

Rodgers definitely wasn’t joking around, and clearly believes he saw something out of the ordinary that night. More importantly, I am insanely jealous of anyone who has a good story about a UFO sighting. I just want to see something that I can reasonably convince myself was an alien before I die, man.

NASA UFO Photo/Video Sparks Heated Discussion

Mysterious UFO Formation Orbiting Earth 

Alien hunters are demanding an explanation from NASA over the “formation of UFOs” seen in an image posted by the space agency.


The photograph has sparked fresh debate despited being published in 2001.

Conspiracy theorists believe this picture, captured during the STS 100 Space Shuttle Endeavor Mission to the International Space Station, shows a “formation of UFOs.”



In 2013, alien enthusiasts including YouTuber, UFOvni2012, posted videos highlighting aspects of the photograph they wanted NASA to explain.

At the heart of their request are small silver-like dots seen in the following picture.

Now UFO forums have reignited a conversation about the so-called “sighting,” speculating on what that objects might be.

The Great UFO Heist in Roswell

In a caper that could only happen in Roswell, police say a flying saucer has been stolen from a UFO museum.


The flying saucer on the side of the UFO Museum in Roswell, shown in a photograph from 2000, was recently stolen. The UFO was blown down during a storm this past winter and was repaired and being stored behind the building when it was taken.
“Be on the lookout: missing spaceship,” the Roswell Police Department said in a post Monday on its Facebook page.

The silver-colored saucer made of fiberglass and stainless steel was stolen about 3:30 a.m. Saturday from behind the International UFO Museum and Research Center on Roswell’s main drag.

A blizzard this past winter knocked the saucer from its usual mount on the corner of the museum building on South Main Street. It recently had been repaired and was being stored under an awning behind the museum.

Museum surveillance video shows three people driving into the back alley, loading the spaceship into the bed of a red pickup and driving off, according to Roswell police.

“There are certainly a good number of spaceships/flying saucers in Roswell, but if you happen to see one that looks a little out of place, please give RPD a call,” the Facebook post said.

The museum is just around the corner from police headquarters.

The flying saucer has been a fixture of the UFO Museum for 24 years: It originally was mounted on the front of the museum’s first location on Fourth Street before it moved to the current building.

“It’s a historical piece of our building,” said Karen Jaramillo, the museum’s interim executive director. “It was just fiberglass and a stainless steel bowl wrapped with rope lights that changed colors at night. It’s sad that it is not with us anymore. We hope it is returned.”

The Facebook post about the theft had garnered more than 120 “likes” and dozens of comments by Tuesday.

“Someone stole Roswell’s mascot,” a woman identified as Holly Wood Hill commented. “For shame and you can’t even put it in your front yard ’cause everyone knows.”

In a nod to the “Roswell Incident” of 1947 in which an unidentified flying object crashed on a ranch northwest of Roswell, setting off a decades-old controversy – or conspiracy theories – about what the object really was, a man identified as Steven Johnson, wrote, “It’s not a flying saucer, it’s a weather balloon.”

Several others simply stated the obvious: “Only in Roswell.”

“Someone stole Roswell’s mascot,” a woman identified as Holly Wood Hill commented. “For shame and you can’t even put it in your front yard ‘cause everyone knows.”


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