Saturday, April 16, 2011

FAKE UFO?


This UFO may be fake.




Shen Kuo (1031–1095), a Chinese scholar, recorded the testimony of eyewitnesses who stated that a flying object with opening doors would shine a blinding light from its interior that would cast shadows from trees for ten miles in radius, and was able to take off at tremendous speeds. (UFOs)

In 1492 Christopher Columbus and Pedro Gutierrez, while on the deck of the Santa Maira, saw "a light glimmering at a great distance."

It came and went several times during the night, moving up and down, "in sudden and passing gleams."

It was sighted 4 hours before land was sighted, and seen by Columbus as a sign they would soon come to land.

In 1878, John Martin, a Texas farmer, saw a flying object in the shape of a disk "flying at wonderful speed".

He used the word "saucer" to describe it.

In 1947, the media used the term, "flying saucers", to describe the sighting by Kenneth Arnold.

He was flying his private plane near Mount Rainier, Washington.

He reported seeing nine brilliantly bright objects flying across the face of Rainier. (UFOs)

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The Flying Bagels

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15 comments:

Honk Bonk Man said...

UFOs is a very Jewish business. I remember a few years back when this Jewess predicted that a UFO was going to land in Israel. Thousands of people from all over the world were watching and waiting for the UFO, and absolutely nothing happened. They might exist, but most of what we see these days are pure invention created by people with some kind of mental disorder, or high on drugies.

Anonymous said...

Of course there could be fake UFO's, but that is not changing the reality: we are an entirely alien creation. Here's an interesting book:

http://www.slavespecies.com/

C.

Anonymous said...

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1377182/Vittorio-Arrigoni-Kidnapped-peace-activist-pictured-YouTube-dead-Gaza.html

C.

Anonymous said...

http://www.presstv.ir/detail/174958.html

http://www.revoltoftheplebs.com/categories/features/us-senate-unanimously-votes-to-kill-goldstone-report/

C.

Anonymous said...

Can anyone explain this nonsense?

http://insidetv.ew.com/2011/04/14/china-bans-tv-shows-about-time-travel-fantasy-immorality/

C.

Anonymous said...

So much fakery of the news these days, it is hard to know what is real.

The project blue beam if you believe it, will use fake UFO visits as the final play by NWO insiders to complete their takeover of the globe.
Way out there, but worth considering.
http://educate-yourself.org/cn/projectbluebeam25jul05.shtml

I see a big uptick in UFO 'coverage' by mass media news, but also by their pseudo science channels like Discovery, National Geographic, History etc.
We are being prepped to accept the idea of aliens......who will give orders to our world leaders to chip us, enslave us and organize us?

With the upcoming nuptials for the anti Christ, the timing for a UFO visit couldn't be better.
Mazal Tov! and God Save the Queen!

bc

Anonymous said...

"UFOs is a very Jewish business."

One of the most stupid thing I ever heard. I assume they also drawn them eons ago on the caves walls, right? Do ur lessons in history and mythology, ALIENS do exist and they made us just as I stated before. Like it or not, accept it or not, it doesnt change the facts. Area 51 and the Dolce Files arent any Jewish business. The real history of mankind is hidden also in the Vatican Library. I understand u have smth against them and on good reason coz so am I, but u are really obsessed with that Jewish crap.

C.

Anonymous said...

http://youtu.be/Ggzl8z9Csho

Honk Bonk Man said...

Yes, they sure did. I believe in Santa Claus, and he is an alien. Please, when you have a government totally controled by Zionists, you tell me that Area 51 or the Dolce Files are not Jewish business. I have met many hippie Jewish writers that spread this garbage about UFOs. They smoke too much pot and get "inspired". I am not saying that it does not exist, but so far there is no proof of anything, besides speculation. Israel is a hot bed for "UFOs" and also fake antiques, too. I think you are watching too many videos made by the Freeman and his lessons of Talmud and Cabbala.

Honk Bonk Man said...

http://listverse.com/2009/02/16/top-10-most-famous-ufo-hoaxes/

Honk Bonk Man said...

http://aangirfan.blogspot.com/

Quick list of highly probable or confirmed UFO hoaxes and myths:

Ray Santilli "Roswell alien autopsy" film (1995), Bob Lazar (supposedly worked on UFO back-engineering project at "S4" Area 51 in Nevada USA, bogus UFO propulsion physics involving Element-115 aka Ununpentium), John Searl (claims to have flown what he called an IGV -Inverse Gravity Vehicle- in England during the 1960s), TNT's "KGB UFO Files" alien autopsy video and film of half-buried discoid UFO which supposedly crashed in 1968 in Sverdlovsk (Berezovsky) Russia, Project SERPO (alleged top-secret exchange program between the US government and an alien planet called Serpo), Project Bluebeam (conspiracy theory aimed at Christian fundamentalists since the 1990s), UMMO (hoax spread mostly in Spain & France in the 1960s and 1970s, decades-long claims that aliens from the planet Ummo were communicating with persons on Earth), Pleiadians (one-armed Swiss farmer Billy Meier), Nazi flying saucers (Nick Cook), Space-Nazis, Youtube videos of UFO over Haiti and Dominican Republic, WTC helicopter UFO video (SciFi channel promo), California / Raji drones (May/Jun-2007) and followup Isaac's CARET Program and Extra-Terrestrial Technology (Jun-2007), "Men in Black" mythology by Gray Barker (USA 1950s and 1960s), Shaver mystery (underground civilizations, USA 1950s), alleged TR3B "black-project" craft to explain the silent massive "black triangles" seen all over the world, Russian "Cosmospheres" to explain spherical UFOs, Jonathan Bradley Rutter a.k.a "Dr" Jonathan Reed ("Alien in forest encounter in Oct-1996" - story about encountering reptilian alien in the woods of the Cascade Mountains, alien attacked his dog, he killed the alien and put it in freezer), "Australian UFO wave" hoax of 2006 (by Chris Kenworthy). Project Blue Beam (3-dimensional holographic projection of 'Jesus' in the sky). Photography issues: "orbs" (backscatter orbs) and "rods".

Continue...(see link)

Honk Bonk Man said...

http://uk.ibtimes.com/articles/132868/20110411/fbi-hottel-memo-reveals-ufo-hoax.htm

Honk Bonk Man said...

http://drdavidclarke.co.uk/

Won’t get fooled again?

Posted on February 13, 2011 by daveclarke292

Footage posted on YouTube that appears to show a glowing orb of light hovering over the Jerusalem’s iconic Dome of the Rock led the more excitable tabloids to proclaim the “final proof that aliens exist” had arrived.


'UFO' over Jerusalem's Dome of the Rock
But seasoned UFO footage watchers smelled a rat. In his caption the photographer claimed he and another man “witnessed an amazing ufo aircraft over Jerusalem old city” from a panoramic viewpoint near Mount Zion in the early hours of 28 January.

The dramatic footage shows the ‘UFO’ descending slowly to ground level where it hovers for a short time. In one clip a group of American tourists can be heard saying: ‘We’ve seen them in Mississippi like this’, while others gasp in astonishment as the UFO zooms upwards into the sky.Two more mobile phone clips were added later, uploaded (it was claimed), by groups of independent witnesses who saw the same spectacular event from different parts of the city.

The rock is the site where Muslims believe Muhammed ascended to heaven with the angel Gabriel and the foundation stone is the holiest site in Judaism. Within hours the images went viral and the net was buzzing with possibilities: was this proof that aliens are visiting our holy sites? Was it a visit from an angel, a signal from the Hebrew god or “a great deception sent by Satan”? Or was it all just the latest hoax created by the UFO footage cottage industry to fool a credulous media and public?

We thought it odd that despite at least three separate clips no named person was quoted in the reports. Israel is a densely populated country and Jerusalem has a population numbering in the hundreds of thousands. If a UFO really had hovered above the Dome of the Rock, even at 1 a.m., there should have been thousands of witnesses, not just a handful. The story and footage was simply too good to be true. And it didn’t fool YouTube user Hoaxkiller whose research revealed the ‘UFO’ was a computer generated image. He even created alternative versions to show how it was done. According to him, the hoaxers used a real video of the rock as their canvas, then added the fake UFO, followed by CGI-generated camera-shake and fake zoom “so it would be more believable.”

A13 said...

Hi Aangirfan, here's something that's connected.

http://www.disclosureproject.org/docs/pdf/CosmicDeception.pdf

Cheers A13

A13 said...

Hi Aangirfan,
in view of my last comment, I've since found out that the "disclosure project" is funded by one of the rockefellers..
so i'm not sure about th viability of it as a source..of course disinfo is highly possible.

cheers A13

 
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