- Mar 10, 2015
Mutilating cows even after they've been turned into burgers, that is taking it a bit too far.
Their UFO weather report unfortunately seems to consist of not so much more than the ol' "orange lights in the sky". I think it's actually a disservice that they bother to talk about what are such easily written off sightings. I'd rather see a once in a while in depth discussion of a single good sighting.On the subject of whether or not ufology is really dead, I've noticed that Coast To Coast AM (a long-running radio show covering the paranormal, conspiracy theories and whatnot) has increased their UFO coverage significantly of late. They always have covered UFOs, but it seems recently they have a round-up of weekly sightings on some broadcasts (much like a weather or traffic report. )
Maybe ufology is in for a renaissance?
Their UFO weather report unfortunately seems to consist of not so much more than the ol' "orange lights in the sky". I think it's actually a disservice that they bother to talk about what are such easily written off sightings. I'd rather see a once in a while in depth discussion of a single good sighting.
Coast to Coast seem to buy into the whole exopolitics scene quite heavily. It's a fun listen, but there doesn't seem to be much critical thinking involved.
I like them better than Coast to Coast, but the Paracast only has one episode a week. Dr David Jacobs was also on Art Bell's Midnight in the Desert show discussing this book. Dr Jacobs does a pretty solid job of talking about the contents of his book. Sometimes you listen to author interviews and you can tell why they are authors and not speakers.I haven't come across this podcast before, but I think it's going to replace Coast to Coast AM as my night time listening when insomnia strikes.
They have a 'live UFO map'. Great fun, worth a visit.And don't forget MUFON, the Mutual UFO Network
For years, the MUFON headquarters was in the next town over from ours. Not quite upstairs above a pub, but it was located in a strip mall. You knew it by the spaceship on the sign.
Their headquarters have moved, but I'm glad to hear they're still kicking.
ETA - I've just had a look through their website, and it is a thing of beauty. OKay, at least to me it is. (I understand other people might not necessarily agree.)
The maps cover UK and Europe as well.
I found the same video. There's not a whole lot out there on Stella, the link below was maybe the best I could find.Since the forum has a preference for resurrection rather than conception when it comes to threads, I append this post accordingly. My search for any previous FTMB comment upon Stella Lansing seems only to unearth the short mention hereinwith.
So do we know much of her? I commend this rather-interesting multi-topic video for your jaundiced but ever-hopeful consideration.
There is a famous Swedish UFO case involving a Gideon Johansson.We need a UFO to just land in a crowded street.
Surely the focus should be on Bob Lazar's claims?We need a UFO to just land in a crowded street
As indeed a fair amount of them may well be. But there do seem to be some that behave in ways I doubt a (human-made) drone currently can.I think most folk see something odd in the sky and think its a Drone.
A good point, and how many of the other people there were too busy filing the fireworks on their phones? I have previously posted about how I was the only passenger in a full minibus to witness a helicopter towing a geophysics array in the sky overhead, and at first it looked like a a classic saucer UFO up there. Young people especially just don't seem that interested in looking around and uo when they can instead stare at the device in their handAs indeed a fair amount of them may well be. But there do seem to be some that behave in ways I doubt a (human-made) drone currently can.
A couple of years ago I attended a firework display with a group of friends, in a public park with several hundred other people around. While watching the fireworks, I spotted some coloured lights in the night sky behaving in odd ways (2 of them, I think). Hovering and flying up and down and going away and coming back. They were definitely not fireworks. They distracted me from the display. I kept looking at them, trying to figure them out. I pointed them out to my friends but nobody was in the slightest bit interested. Eventually I realised that they were almost certainly just drones, and I'm 99% sure that they were. But I was curious (though not all that surprised) that nobody else around seemed to be remotely curious about them. The fireworks were nice though.
Re: the 'Grusch Rush' to try and get disclosure, perhaps the various aliens who are (probably) visiting Earth are getting fed up of having to pussyfoot around with us. Must be a real pain for them treading on eggshells in case they panic us into a stampede. Maybe they've issued an ultimatum to their human agents : "pull your weird 3-knuckled finger out, humans. Tell your people about us soon or we'll do it ourselves".
Witnesses told the Swansea UFO Network they spotted a red light to the west above, and beyond the line of trees that marked the field's western extremity. It was followed by other red lights that formed the outer edges of a huge triangle standing upright, tilted to the right, with a convex, rather than straight lower edge. They said they did not see it 'arrive' but rather it just appeared in front of them, with a suggestion it travelled inter-dimensionally. A small green-lighted object emerged from the top of the large structure, witnesses claimed, adding that the lights were so bright it was difficult to see their individual shape.Witness es explained that a the green object emerged from the top of the large one, four military planes arrived, two from the direction of RAF St Athan and two from the direction of Cardiff. The green object flashed or strobed three times and headed off to the north-west towards Llantrisant and the aircraft chased it, they claimed. It has also been recalled how the apache helicopters approached low across the fields from the south, in a pyramid formation. They were so low that the witnesses could see the grass being disturbed beneath them.
The large object then dipped to the right, turning on its axis, witness accounts claimed, adding that it descended below the tree line, but due to the trees having no leaves, the witnesses could see through them, and that as the object was turning on its axis, it was descending into the field to the north of where it had initially appeared. As the object neared the ground, the bright red lights towards the bottom of the craft became brighter and changed to street-light orange. They gave off so much light that the sides of the craft were illuminated, showing a pyramid shape to it. They told the UFO Network members that the lowest lights became really bright, almost white/orange, and released several fingers of light arcing down to the ground, like coloured lightning. The red lights then went out and the large object was no longer visible.