An Erie County, PA, witness reported becoming fearful while watching a rectangle-shaped object crossing the sky about 9:35 p.m. on May 1, 2013, that appeared to be fluttering, according to testimony from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.
The witness was outside on a deck watching a clear sky when the object was first noticed.
“When I first saw the object I thought it was a bird,” the witness stated. “Only for a split second did I think that because this object was far too large to be a bird. It was rectangle in shape and it wobbled/fluttered almost like a flag does when it’s windy. There was a white glow to it and this sighting lasted about 10 seconds.”
The witness was overcome with fear.
“My feeling when I saw this was complete fear. I couldn’t even watch to see how long I could see this object until it was out of view. I grabbed my tea and ran inside and tried to catch my breath. I became sick. I was shaky and my head felt weird.”
No images or videos were included with MUFON Case 47113. The witness included a link to a video where the object looked very similar to the object she saw. Erie County, PA, has a population of 280,566.
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Posted by Xeno on May 3, 2013
Posted by Xeno on April 27, 2013
A student from the city Abazi, located in the Republic of Khakassia in Russia, shot accidentally UFO pictures became a sensation throughout the country. Sonia Kudryavtseva was walking with a friend and decided to take a picture.
“We started to shoot and Dasha said,” See what a bird in the sky! “Looked up. Saw something large and round, and moved quickly. Stood perhaps ten seconds. We were shooting, we shot – we were able to make three frames , “Sonja tells the local TV” Abazi. “
She remembers the excitement that the plate even shook and issue whistling sounds. Even tried to shoot against the UFO, but the object disappeared in the meantime. Those 10 seconds completely changed the view of student existence of aliens.
Pretty good video. Neat UFO, surprisingly clear and … a suacer for once. …
Posted by Xeno on April 25, 2013
The Sirius documentary was finally released and the question as to whether the Atacama humanoid is an extraterrestrial has been resolved, at least according to the scientist who analyzed the DNA, and the results are that he is human. However, the mystery doesn’t end there. Although, it is not an extraterrestrial, their findings show it may have been a 6-inch Chilean human that survived for 6 to 8 years.
These findings may not be the “potentially profound and historical announcement” that many were hoping for. However, no one can argue that a promise the film did make good on was the high level of credibility of the scientists involved with the study.
Dr. Garry Nolan (Credit: Stanford School of Medicine)
The lead scientist is Dr. Garry Nolan, a professor of microbiology and immunology at Stanford University’s School of Medicine and the director of Stanford’s Proteomics Center. In the film, Nolan says of the DNS results, “The sequence that we got from the mitochondria [energy factories of cells] tells us with extremely high confidence that the mother was an indigenous Indian from the Chilean area.”
The film ended asking the question whether there still could be a chance the Atacama humanoid, nicknamed “Ata,” was extraterrestrial. In an email response to my question if there are any doubts in his mind, Nolan responded, “The DNA says human. If someone wants to suggest a way for a non-terrestrial to have the same DNA sequence (nucleotide for nucleotide) as a human, then I think everyone would be interested in their ideas.”
Given its size, the next question would be if Ata is a human fetus. In an earlier study, Dr. Francisco Etxeberria Gabilondo, a professor of Legal and Forensic Medicine in the Basque Country University, had concluded that Ata was “without any shadow of doubt, a completely normal mummified fetus.”
Dr. Nolan says, “As to it being a fetus, I would trust the examination done by my colleague, a known expert in pediatric bone disorders, who came to the surprising conclusion that it was 6-8 years old.” …
Although, this claim is astounding, the colleague Nolan is referring to is someone whose opinion should not be taken lightly. He is Dr. Ralph Lachman, Co-Founder and Co-Director of the International Skeletal Dysplasia Registry at Cedars-Sinai. He is also the author of the textbook, Radiology Of Syndromes, Metabolic Disorders And Skeletal Dysplasias, a book referenced by students and practitioners. Skeletal dysplasia is a condition that can cause abnormal bone development, including variations in size and shape.
In his response to the examination of Ata’s radiographic images, Lachman wrote to Nolan:
I have examined in the course of my career many skeletal and other pediatric bone anomalies and dysmorphias. This specimen does not fall under any known, to me, class of disorders or syndromes… there is no known form of dwarfism that accounts for the anomalies seen in this specimen. Most interestingly, based on knee epiphyseal standards, the specimen appears to be 6-8 years old. While there remains a possibility this latter result is due to some form of unknown progeria (rapid aging syndrome), in my opinion this is a low probability.
… Nolan stresses that Lachman’s examination was no cursory examination, and they went over the radiographs for hours. “But while it might be better evidence than size alone,” Nolan continued, “additional evidence would be supportive. In scientific parlance, the evidence is contradictory, so additional “tie breaking” or “trumping” evidence is needed.”
Nolan plans to continue research on Ata’s anomalous features. He says, “Right now I am looking into independent techniques that might be able to cross-verify the age. I have some ideas, but I would have to develop some new techniques to test it.”
Nolan’s last statement in the documentary was that he wanted to say more, but couldn’t. I asked him about this statement, and he clarified, “I simply wanted to avoid speculation. It was not that I had some secret data I wanted to share but could not.”
Although Ata has not turned out to be extraterrestrial, the process of working on the documentary has made Nolan more open to the UFO mystery. He says, “The people I’ve come to meet through this process have convinced me thoroughly the observed phenomena around the planet should not be ignored. That has been an awakening for me.”
Posted by Xeno on April 5, 2013
A single-page FBI memo relaying a vague and unconfirmed report of flying saucers found in New Mexico in 1950 has become the most popular file in the bureau’s electronic reading room.
The memo, dated March 22, 1950, was sent by FBI Washington, D.C., field office chief Guy Hottel to then-Director J. Edgar Hoover.According to the FBI, the document was first made public in the late 1970s and more recently has been available in the “Vault,” an electronic reading room launched by the agency in 2011, where it has become the most popular item, viewed nearly 1 million times. The Vault contains around 6,700 public documents.
Vaguely written, the memo describes a story told by an unnamed third party who claims an Air Force investigator reported that three flying saucers were recovered in New Mexico, though the memo doesn’t say exactly where in the state. The FBI indexed the report for its files but did not investigate further; the name of an “informant” reporting some of the information is blacked out in the memo.
The memo offers several bizarre details.
Inside each saucer, “each one was occupied by three bodies of human shape but only 3 feet tall, dressed in metallic cloth of a very fine texture,” according to the report. “Each body was bandaged in a manner similar to the blackout suits used by speed fliers and test pilots.”The saucers were found in New Mexico because the government had a high-powered radar set up in the area and it is believed the radar interfered with the controlling mechanism of the UFOs, according to the informant.The FBI filed the typed page neatly away 63 years ago at its headquarters and “no further evaluation was attempted.”
The memo does not appear to be related to the 1947 case in Roswell, N.M., when Air Force officials said they recovered a UFO, only later to recant and say it was a research balloon.”For a few years after the Roswell incident, Director J. Edgar Hoover did order his agents – at the request of the Air Force – to verify any UFO sightings,” the FBI said Thursday.
“That practice ended in July 1950, four months after the Hottel memo. Suggesting that our Washington Field Office didn’t think enough of that flying saucer story to look into it.”
So, what’s the real scoop on this? Aliens? Russian scam?
Posted by Xeno on March 25, 2013
What I’m wondering is if you could make a combination jet and balloon where you retract the balloon part as you fire up the jet engines. That would be awesome and would make UFO sighting headlines.
You’d hear reports like this: “The object hovered for 20 minutes, then suddenly accelerated straight up at high speed. Definitely aliens.”
Posted by Xeno on March 25, 2013
Posted by Xeno on March 15, 2013
Following is a rare historical gem. Quite probably the only copy extant, it is a 12-page set of typed notes from a 1950 lecture on the subject of UFOs by one Manly Palmer Hall, 33º Mason and prolific author on such esoteric subjects as magick, alchemy, occultism, secret societies, comparative religions, etc.
Although we had expected a decidedly less Prosaic Perspective to have emerged from the Magickal Masonic Mind of The Manly One, the document is nonetheless of great value in an historical psense and may or may not reflect either the genuine views or tactical obfuscations of such secretive fraternal organizations as the Scottish Rite or the Dark Brotherhood of the Langley Lodge.
As always, if we told you everything we’d have to kill you.
THE CASE OF THE FLYING SAUCERS
by Manly Palmer Hall (33º), July 2, 1950
Typed lecture notes by Virginia B. Pomeroy
241 Orizaba Avenue, Long Beach 3, California
This morning our purpose is to analyze certain aspects of the human mind in connection with the mysterious case of the Flying Saucers….
The various things seen and described can be classified into various groups; one group consisting of the flying saucer which is round, almost round, oblong, concave and convex. That various sizes have been noted, we know, some being of no great size, and others being of considerable proportion. Then something resembling the jet propulsion machine, either without wings, or with exceedingly thin, fin-like extensions, propelled by a tremendous power from what appeared to be gills on the sides, the whole structure shaped roughly like a cigar, have also been described by several persons. Detached floating lights that are seemingly under control have also been noted. Rays, beams and lights, and such phenomena, disassociated from any visible structure have been reported. …
I’ve fast forwarded to Brother Hall’s last paragraph, but check out the whole thing if you are so inclined, at the link below.
“… The device in all probability is some highly specialized scientific structure intended to advance research. The device itself may not be the project, but some means of testing for something else, but whether it is a means to an end, or is the end itself, it is almost certainly humanly guided, humanly devised, and is being advanced in the unfoldment of necessary research into the great and powerful potentials of the planet. Beyond that I think we shall simply have to wait until Uncle Sam decides to talk, and anyone who talks before that would be doing every one concerned a great unkindness. “
Posted by Xeno on March 11, 2013
Posted by Xeno on March 7, 2013
Here is an interesting letter which indicates Greer is potentially distorting facts. I watched the Disclosure Project with interest. I wrote to them about the Chupacabra once in case they knew anything linking them to UFOs. My over(?)active imagination considered that Disclosure might be “a clean up operation” to flush out and get rid of anyone in the military or government who might talk about secret craft they’d seen. Just being cautious.
Greer was trained as a Transcendental Meditation teacher in 1975.  In 1993 Greer founded The Disclosure Project whose goal is to disclose to the public the government’s alleged knowledge of extraterrestrials. In 1994 Greer appeared in Larry King‘s TV special The UFO Coverup?.  By 1995, Greer was chairman of the department of emergency medicine at Caldwell Memorial Hospital and the head of the Center for the Study of Extraterrestrial Intelligence (CSETI) whose goal is to initiate contact with extraterrestrials. He is a Doctor of Medicine.
In May 2001, Greer held a press conference in D.C that featured “20 retired Air Force, Federal Aviation Administration and intelligence officers” who demanded that Congress begin hearings on “secret U.S. involvement with UFOs and extraterrestrials”. According to a 2002 report in the Oregon Daily Emerald, Greer has gathered 120 hours of testimony from various government officials on the topic of UFO’s, including Brigadier General Stephen Lovekin and astronaut Gordon Cooper. In 2002 Greer appeared three times on the radio show Coast to Coast AM.
In 2012, Greer obtained crowdfunding to produce a UFO documentary called ‘SIRIUS’ which is scheduled to premier in Los Angeles on Earth Day, April 22, 2013.
Great! One of the biggest Disclosures of our time coming up! Not only are we not alone, but we’ve had technologies for over 100 years that can free us by giving us free energy! I’m ready. Blue beam the blueprints to a few of scientists so we can build our own generators and disconnect from the power grid, then quit our jobs and all go to the beach.
Posted by Xeno on March 7, 2013
“Personally, I do not believe in UFOs or zombies,” said David Lory VanDerBeek, a candidate for governor of Nevada, in a recent statement on his website. Then, in what was destined to be one of the strangest statements made by a politician thus far this year, he further asserted that, “neither does anyone in the federal government,” though in his estimation, “It is quite likely that our government has a created a bio-chemical weapon that can induce zombie-like behaviors in humans and therefore assist in a mass murder event to promote global depopulation without taking the blame.”
VanDerBeek’s odd statements were in relation to an alleged “Zombie-UFO Crash Exercise” that FEMA had allegedly posted information about on their website for a short time before replacing them with a message stating that the plans were “only for coalition members.” VanDerBeek disagreed with this action, interpreting it as an instance where agencies like FEMA re required to provide transparency in order to maintain public knowledge and safety. So was FEMA out of line with their choice in witholding certain information from the public at large about such a bizarre excercise?
Bizarre “Zombie-UFO Crash” in Idaho?
VanDerBeek went after the organization, stating the following:
Because this drill is supported by federal funds paid by the taxes of the US people including the citizens of Nevada, you are required to provide the public with precise information about your activities in this drill. I expect you to respond within the week with an email with the detailed information regarding the two scenarios mentioned. I also expect the email and phone number of your immediate supervisor. Whether or not you cooperate, I will be reporting your response or lack thereof to the nation on my television show and youtube channel.
While VanDerBeek’s statements regarding the use of taxpayer dollars and general transparency about the drill and its functions are logical, a number of other statements are indeed very strange, to say the least. For one, the assertion that “It is quite likely that our government has a created a bio-chemical weapon that can induce zombie-like behaviors in humans,” is a very odd thing for a potential candidate for governor to be claiming; perhaps we can assume that the general line of thought he had been following has to do with the mysterious cannibalistic “zombie” attacks reported during the last year. Many claim that the use of dangerous bath salts as a hallucinogen have caused such random acts of violence, while more elaborate conspiracy theories suppose that the attacks result from airborne contagions that cause victims to exhibit violent, psychotic behavior.
As to VanDerBeek’s statement that no one else in the Federal Government believes in UFOs, that could easily be debated, especially when taking into consideration the work of Ufologists such as Grant Cameron, who has extensively researched the connection between US Presidents and the UFO engima.
Which is more strange: The fact that an organization like FEMA might propose such a bizarre exercise, or that a political hopeful would craft an equally bizarre argument against it?