🛸 UFOs Have Been Here Longer Than You Think

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It is mind-boggling how CNN and the rest of the fake-stream media including NASA come forth as experts as to what is going on in outerspace / in heaven. NASA does not have a specialized camera that can take pictures of such spatial events no less being able to actually quantify that which is being viewed. Their tools used demonstrate something occurred, but what and when it did NASA cannot explain. Nevertheless, heaven is beautiful and beyond anything here on earth. Quantum entanglement is another subject, but the word entanglement is entirely incorrect in the context of their definition as being a connection regardless of the distance between two objects.

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LUCIFER: The Vatican’s mysterious astronomical observatory in Arizona, USA

A fact that is stranger than fiction; the Vatican has astronomical observatories named Lucifer, which is approved for the one located on Mount Graham, in Safford, Arizona, USA, and which means prince of demons, among other meanings.

For the scientists of the five German universities that installed it, that name was the one that best suited the technical characteristics of their instruments, as a spokesman for the University of Arizona, Daniel Stolte, told Popular Science in 2010.

Technically, this Lucifer contains an instrument cooled to -213° Celsius (-351 °F) to make observations in the near-infrared spectrum. There, the formation of stars and planets is usually observed and very distant young galaxies.

Also, it has three interchangeable cameras and the application of spectroscopy at different resolutions. It has a vast field of view and high-resolution capabilities, which allows for immense imaging.

That this institution is run by priests of the Society of Jesus, known as Jesuits, may not sound so strange because they were traditionally in charge of the most intriguing missions of the Catholic Church, and their direct access to the popes gives them certain privileges.

What could eventually add mystery to the Vatican’s astronomical observatories would be the mysterious object they are apparently looking for, which would come from a very remote distance, according to researchers at the YouTube channel Right Hemispheric Remote Viewing.

If it reached Earth, the cosmic object would cause three days of darkness, create an environment characterized by fire and sulfur, and would be a source of great fear for those who are aware of the search, according to presenter John Vivanco.

It appears that the area of Mount Graham used for the observatory facility was expropriated from its original native owners by the observatory’s builders.

In addition to the atmospheric purity, which qualifies the place as ideal, certain natural tectonic conformations would confer special energetic and magnetic characteristics, adding a halo of magic.

Beyond the authenticity of the scientific events taking place in these facilities, the same presenter of Right Hemispheric Remote Viewing notes other shocking aspects, discovered in the design of an auditorium of the Vatican, with the appearance of a serpent’s head, which somehow makes him infer that the name of Lucifer may not be so coincidental.

Turning now to the official version of the Vatican Advanced Technology Telescope (VATT) page, managed by the Vatican Observatory Foundation, there it reports on another nearly 500-year-old observatory.

“The Vatican Observatory is one of the oldest active astronomical observatories in the world, with its roots going back to 1582 and the Gregorian reform of the calendar,” it writes, adding, “Headquartered at the papal summer residence in Castel Gandolfo, outside Rome, this official work of the Vatican City State supports a dozen priests and brothers (Jesuits and diocesan) from four continents who study the universe utilizing modern scientific methods.”

It also reports on other collaborators and scientists who apply themselves to the study of various topics, which does not mean that the concerns and unknowns that occupy many observers do not persist.

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Even with all these, the catholica will still df3i

Miles Johnston is a stalwart of the UFO community. It is rumoured he holds the world record for attending the most UFO conferences. In his murky past he operated pirate radio stations in Ireland, which were strangley tollerated by the authorities. Among some of Miles Johnston's theories is the idea that radio transmitters are being used as some sort of covert mind control. He has interviewed a number of individuals who claim to be victims of a mind control programme. This very disturbing subject is touched upon in the interview, but clearly more information needs to surface about these claims to determine the true extent of the revelations.


The UFO community, in particular related to abductions, is riddled with misinformation on purpose. To cut to the chase, I found the work from Dr. Karla Turner to help put it together when she exposed that abductions are not exactly extraterrestrial but attributed to MK-Ultra and secret military operations; in other words, our own governments. She died shortly after that exposure from pancreatic cancer reported to be a result of being poisoned (murdered). Lucifer (Satan) is an extraterrestrial (albeit cast down to Earth). The military in cahoots with Satan /satanists have developed hi-tech means to abduct and perform genetic experiments; hence many abductees are familial. It is related to particular bloodlines. It is a dark subject.

The misinformation of reptilian dna is related to this topic as well, but people fail to make the connection related to the Devil and his work with satanists to destroy the human race as it is created under God. A key figure in the military is Michael Aquino. An evil man and a satanist.


We came from the stars, we are the fallen angles, angles/Aliens (The Watchers) have been with us since the dawn of man. It is the false (Man made laws) government who hide this truth and discredit the bible and Koran, if people actually did what God said then the world would already be a peaceful, one nation Kingdom under God Almighty.

For more explanation, please read The Way Home or face the FIRE by JAH.


UFO archive coming to New Mexico

A group of historians and archivists have announced plans to open a new national archive in the Albuquerque area focusing on unidentified aerial phenomenon. Led by author and researcher David Marler, the National UFO Historical Records Center will establish the largest historical archive dedicated to the preservation and centralization of UFO/UAP information in the United States.

Jesus himself told everyone repeatedly, as is quoted in the New Testament, that he is NOT FROM THIS WORLD . Close Encounters

A word in the title explains different reasons to construct the "world's biggest ever telescope".

"Hunt" is an interesting choice of words. Revealing plans to hunt and kill extraterrestrials?

Move over Hubble and Webb! Construction begins on the world's biggest EVER telescope that will hunt for aliens and test Einstein's theories when the £1.7 billion project is finished in 2028

Construction has officially begun on the world's largest telescope - the £1.7 billion Square Kilometre Array (SKA).

This telescope will initially comprise 197 dishes and 131,072 antennas spread across South Africa and Australia respectively, but will be headquartered in the UK.

US Nuclear Submarine 'Buzzed By Underwater Object' Traveling 'Faster Than Speed Of Sound': Scientist

A scientist carrying out classified work onboard the USS Hampton nuclear submarine in the late 1990s says the sub was 'buzzed' by an unidentified object traveling underwater faster than the speed of sound.

USS Hampton at the North Pole in April 2004

In a YouTube interview with UFO researcher Chris Leto, scientist Bob McGwier said that the sub was "running deep and fast" when it was passed at extremely high speed by an object. According to McGwier, the encounter was confirmed by a member of the crew who was shocked at the speed of the Unidentified Submerged Object (USO), Daily Star reports.

"We were under way and all of a sudden I hear the sound. It’s really strange because it’s clear that what is going on is something is whizzing by us and it’s moving so fast I just can’t believe it," said McGwier, adding "This thing blew by us like we were standing still."

USOs Unidentified Submerged Objects 2 different accounts

According to McGwier, the crew "didn’t want to report it, didn’t want to tell anybody, didn’t want to cause any problems."

Sound moves at 1,480 meters per second in water (3,355 miles per hour) vs. 331 meters per second in air.

Perhaps it was a 'Tic Tac' UFO, which have been seen emerging from the ocean at high rates of speed?

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At about 10:47PM on December 1, 2022, several witnesses reported seeing what they described as "Firefly" orbish white lights dancing in the sky and coming down beyond to the level of the highway. From two independent locations miles apart, the phenomena was recorded as 5 or more UAPs streaked over the sky in formation underneath cloud cover. As of 12/19/22, we are still following up on leads with additional witnesses and obtaining expert opinions as to whether there is a natural or human-made explanation for the events.

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UFOs Now on Official Radar in New US Defense Act Allocation

On Dec. 27, President Joe Biden signed the 2023 National Defense Authorization Act into law allocating nearly $817 billion toward protecting the United States.

Buried deep in the massive 3,854-page document is subsection 1673. It relates to “Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena (UAP) reporting procedures.”

UAP is the government acronym used for unidentified flying objects—popularly known as UFOs.

Among other things, 1673 establishes a “secure mechanism” for authorized reporting of UAPs, with protections for whistleblowers, programs, and government departments that have information on them.

Section 1673 also provides security for any government activity, program, or contractor relating to UAPS such as “material retrieval and analysis, reverse engineering, research, and development.”

Although 1673 makes no reference to UAPS being of extraterrestrial origin, Melinda Leslie, of the UFO Research Center in Sedona, Arizona, said the section’s existence is “huge.”

For years, the government denied the existence of UFOs.

Now, codified in the 2023 NDAA, 1673 has taken the debate in a whole new direction.

“The NDAA is the real story,” Leslie told The Epoch Times, and most previous investigations were mere distractions or coverups.

In a social media post, former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Intelligence Christopher Mellon wrote that the UAP provision is “unprecedented.”

“This is arguably the biggest story mainstream news organizations have ever failed to cover,” he wrote.

“Even before this ‘whistleblower’ legislation was signed into law, credible individuals were providing Congress information alleging that the US government has recovered extraterrestrial technology.”

In other words, the truth about UFOs is still out there.

And every so often, the Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff, Arizona, gets a phone call about an unusual sighting in the night sky.

Is it a UFO—or something else?

Lowell Observatory historian Kevin Schindler says mostly it is a natural occurrence, like the planet Venus shining bright after sunset.

And then those are tongue-in-cheek moments such as the letters that suggested there were extraterrestrials from Cassiopeia.

“We do have a variety of people asking things like that,” Schindler says.

But, UFO researchers say some cases defy explanation and include eyewitness reports from credible sources—from military people to commercial pilots.

These sightings have taken the debate over UFOs to a more sober level—to such an extent that the government formed an Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force (UAPTF) in August 2020 to study the topic in detail.

In its unclassified report, “Preliminary Assessment of Unidentified Aerial Phenomena,” dated June 25, 2021, the task force concluded that the subject of UAPs is worth further study and research funding.

However, the report would not acknowledge an extraterrestrial origin.

Unidentified Aerial Phenomena “pose a safety of flight issue and may pose a challenge to U.S. national security,” the report to congressional intelligence officials warned.

While available reporting on UAPs is “largely inconclusive,” the report said sightings fall into five categories: airborne clutter, natural atmospheric phenomena, U.S. Government or industry development programs, foreign adversary systems, and “other.”

The report added that a few UAPs demonstrate advanced technology, though most reports “probably lack a single explanation.”

In October 2022, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) announced the formation of an Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena Study with 16 members versed in the subject.

“Exploring the unknown in space and the atmosphere is at the heart of who we are [and] the language of scientists is data,” according to a NASA fact sheet.

The independent study group will examine UAP data over the next nine months and report on its findings around mid-2023.

NASA asserted it is “going in with an open mind, and we expect to find that explanations will apply to some events and different explanations will apply to others.”

“We will not underestimate what the natural world contains [and] there is a lot to learn.”

NASA press secretary Katherine Rohloff said the study aims to identify data from the civilian government, commercial, and other sources that can shed light on UAPs.

Using that data, the space agency will recommend a “roadmap” for future UAP analysis.

In July 2022, the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) announced the establishment of the All-Domain Anomaly Resolution Office to examine and assess potential aerial threats near military installations.

The DoD said UAPs include anomalous, unidentified space, airborne, submerged, and “trans-medium objects.”

“Put simply, UAPs are objects that, when encountered, cannot be immediately identified and may exhibit anomalous behavior,” said DoD press operations spokeswoman Sue Gough.

Gough cautioned that the lack of attribution “does not necessarily indicate the significance of each sighting or a threat to national security.”

“Anomalous behavior means that DoD operators or sensors cannot make immediate sense of collected data, actions, or activities,” Gough told The Epoch Times in an email.

Gough said that by combining data collection with rigorous science, “any object we encounter can likely be isolated, characterized, identified, and, if necessary, mitigated.”

The DoD’s position is to collect as much data and see where it leads.

Gough added, “We will not rush to conclusions in our analysis. In many cases, observed phenomena are classified as ‘unidentified’ simply because sensors [could not] collect enough information to make a positive attribution.”

Mellon, in his post, said he is not claiming that information provided to Congress or the AARO proves alien visitation.

However, based on credible government witnesses and reports, “I can vouch for the fact that the AARO office has serious leads to pursue.”

Mellon wrote the NDAA legislation expands the scope and resources of the AARO in the development of a science plan to “assess the sometimes mysterious and mind-bending capabilities” of UAPs.

Since the purported crash of a UFO took place in Roswell, New Mexico, in 1948, the idea of visitors from other planets has captured the public’s imagination like no other.

There have been thousands of reports of UFOs over the years since, ranging from direct sightings of strange lights and actual craft to alien abductions.

Incidents such as these sparked a series of investigations by the U.S. Air Force, beginning with Project Sign in 1947, Project Grudge in 1948, and Project Blue Book from 1952 to 1969.

The studies looked at more than 12,000 reported sightings in total, concluding UFOs were not a national security threat or of extraterrestrial origin.

People who study UFOs are known as “ufologists.” And many ufologists, like documentary filmmaker Ron James of the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON), believe ample proof exists that UFOs are here and not of this world.

More importantly, the government knows this.

“When we say government, we’re not talking about guys at the Pentagon,” said James, MUFON’s director of public relations.

“We’re talking about programs buried for years away from the institutional memory of the armed forces in pseudo-government, private ventures that are accountable to nobody and impossible to penetrate with the FOIA [Freedom Of Information Act].”

James’s latest project, “Accidental Truths,” seeks to address the government’s “new narrative” of UFOs and the key people involved in concealing their existence.

The 90-minute film’s release is due in early 2023.

James said MUFON amassed a growing database of 120,000 UFO sightings and encounters since the group’s founding in 1969, receiving hundreds more cases each month.

He said at least 97 percent of cases MUFON receives and investigates have a natural explanation, like the weather, satellites, or aircraft.

The other 3 percent can’t easily be explained and requires further study.

“When you talk about the field [of UFO research], you don’t cover it in one umbrella,” James told The Epoch Times. “Many of these avenues are conjecture, testimony, little documented evidence—which is fine.

“Things that are science fiction today are science fact tomorrow.”

More than 70 years after the Roswell incident, James said we know “something is going on.”

“We don’t know exactly [but] we have a pretty good idea.”

While Roswell catalyzed interest in UFOs, references to strange flying objects appear in texts going back to biblical times, James said.

“This topic has been at the forefront of our culture and the general population since the 40s. Since the Roswell thing took off.”

In December 2017, the New York Times published an article exposing what it said was a secret Pentagon program to investigate UFOs beginning in 2007.

Former U.S. Senate majority leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) reportedly obtained funding for the program.

However, James said government investigations into UFOs amount to little more than a “dog and pony show.”

“That’s how it’s been from the beginning. The acronyms [for the studies] are adding up,” James said.

Through “compartmentalization” of various government entities, “it gives them the ability to say we don’t know anything about [UFOs], even though it’s a real thing,” James said.

“By compartmentalization—and by what we call ‘stovepiping’—they’re able to sequester information. And then they have plausible deniability.”

James believes there is a power struggle within certain levels of government between those who wish to cover up the extraterrestrial origin of UFOs and those who want to expose it.

He said the government acknowledging the reality of alien technology and energy sources would be Earth-shaking.

“It would destroy every paradigm, every power structure, every means of control that keeps the planet in check. It’s all about energy. Whoever controls the energy controls the entire planet,” James said.

Despite official denials of non-terrestrial UFOs, sightings of strange objects continue to this day.

The National UFO Reporting Center (NUFORC), a national clearinghouse of information on unidentified aerial sightings, has logged more than 150,000 reports over 47 years of operation. The center in December posted 1,255 new UFO sightings on its website.

On Nov. 7, NUFORC received a report from multiple airline pilots describing a “dramatic display” of lights over the midwestern United States the night before.

“Moreover, several other flight crews allegedly reported the same event over their backchannel, so-called ‘guard,’ radio frequency, and discussed the event extensively over an estimated 20-25 minutes,” according to NUFORC’s website.

James said the UFO debate is far from over yet he doesn’t believe the new investigations will reveal anything significant.

“It’s not going to reveal anything we don’t already know. If [the government] can drag it out for another 50 years, they’ll do it,” James said.

“At some point, they will have to acknowledge the existence of non-human intelligence. Where it goes after that depends on what that relationship is about.”

One organization focused on the search for advanced extraterrestrial civilizations through radio signals is SETI (Search For Extraterrestrial Intelligence).

SETI began as a government program in 1960. However, questions over its scientific value led Congress to terminate it in the 1970s, though SETI researchers reorganized privately in the 1990s.

SETI senior astronomer Seth Shostak said there has been no shortage of UFO reports since he joined the organization.

“I get a phone call almost every day from someone having difficulty with aliens in their personal lives,” Shostak said. “It’s not a new phenomenon for me.”

Shostak agreed that public fascination with UFOs remains high while conspiracies of government cover-ups abound.

“The fundamental fact is that ever since the 1960s, poll after poll has shown that one-third of the American populace believes that the aliens are buzzing the skies. Many call me up,” Shostak told The Epoch Times.

Shostak said every time a new UFO study group enters the media cycle, it only stirs hope “that something new will happen,” and Americans “love a conspiracy.” But the evidence regarding alien visitation is doubtful. Otherwise, we’d see them in our everyday lives.

“Maybe the aliens have lost interest or have been repelled by the fast food,” he joked. “If the aliens were visiting—if there were good evidence of that—you’d have thousands of scientists looking into this.”

“They’d be beavering away at this every day,” Shostak told The Epoch Times. “What could be more important than the idea extraterrestrials have decided to come to Earth for—whatever reason? And they’re not doing that. That means [scientists] are not convinced.”

The late American astronomer Percival Lowell, founder of the Lowell Observatory in 1894, stands out among 20th-century scientists who believed in life on other planets.

Schindler said Lowell, from a wealthy Boston family, built the observatory housing its 24-inch refractor telescope to prove the existence of aqueducts, or “canals,” made by intelligent beings on Mars.

Lowell was not “one of these wacky guys with all these crazy ideas,” Schindler said. “He was well-educated and went to Harvard because he was a Lowell.”

“He started [the observatory] because he wanted to prove there was life on Mars.”

Lowell would also study the field of planetary formation and how the solar system might have evolved, theorizing the existence of a ninth planet—Planet X.

Lowell died in 1915, though his research would inspire other astronomers to carry on, leading to the discovery of Pluto on Feb. 8, 1930.

“It’s interesting he wanted to prove there was intelligent life on Mars and didn’t—wanted to discover a planet and didn’t. He probably went to his grave unfulfilled in some ways because he didn’t do that one big thing,” Schindler said.

“In hindsight, he probably had more impact than he could imagine.”

Schindler said there is no scientific consensus to draw reliable conclusions about the origin of UFOs based on the amount of evidence that exists.

Statistically, the existence of life on other worlds is highly probable, he said, given recent discoveries of planets circling other stars using the Hubble telescope.

On the other hand, James believes there is a “tremendous amount of evidence” that UFOs are from other worlds in the form of photographs, video, eyewitness reports, and debris recovered from alleged crash sites.

It’s just a matter of when, and if, the government feels the time is right to disclose the truth about alien life and technology, he said.

“If Elon Musk lands on Mars next to a mushroom, the whole [no] life on Mars thing is pretty blown. There are just too many things to make it possible to continue covering it up,” James said.

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So Bonnybridge is the last “known” resting place of the genuine Stone of Destiny, and that is why the UFOs are, or were, there to guard it for their King.



Spaceship of ‘non-human origin’ spotted near US-Mexico border: UFO expert

Mexico’s most famous UFO expert believes a photo of a sunset over a stadium near the US-Mexico border shows a flying saucer, he said.

The snap was taken by a fan as the sun set over FC Juarez’s soccer stadium. The team tweeted the image this week, tagging ufologist Jaime Maussan.

The journalist tweeted back that he enhanced the photo with artificial intelligence, and it clearly showed a “UAP” or “unidentified aerial phenomena” — the US military term for UFOs.

“I believe it is a ship of non-human origin,” the authority responded on Twitter on Wednesday.

The photograph shows Estadio Olimpico Benito Juárez — just two miles away from El Paso, Texas — on Saturday during a match against a team from Tijuana.

Related video: Hear the details of a new UFO report released by US government (CNN)

A dark spot near the sun at the top left corner of the image was identified as the potential UFO.

Jaime Maussan is a Mexican journalist and produces a show about aliens.Twitter / @jaimemaussan1

After being processed with AI, Maussan said there is clearly a round, doomed ship in the sky.

Even more startling, the ufologist claims there’s a force field visible around it.

He also ruled out that the aircraft could be a human plane or a drone.

The soccer club has invited Maussan to the border city so he can inspect the phenomenon in person, the team joked on social media.

Hear the details of a new UFO report released by US government

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