Sunday, November 18, 2012

Object is a UFO say experts

It's hard not to notice. Lots of UFO sightings in the news lately - 8 in the past day or two...

screen capture of Colorado sighting in June 2012

screen capture of Colorado sighting in June 2012

All news channels are showing this Denver, CO sighting on November 8, 2012:

Very interesting. We are in a global spiritual awakening and I like it. Please note that everything posted on my blog is public information and that it does not necessarily reflect my opinions or beliefs nor does it reflect the opinions of the U.S. Treasury. Nevertheless, it is fascinating, so I post it here to review it at my leisure.

Sceen captures of the Denver, CO siting on November 8, 2012:

screen shot from above video of the Denver sighting

J. Allen Hynek's stereoscopic photo of sighting from airplane circa 1960s
closeup of Hynek's photo from 1960s

Dr. Josef Allen Hynek (May 1, 1910 – April 27, 1986) was a United States astronomer, professor, and ufologist.[1] He is perhaps best remembered for his UFO research. Hynek acted as scientific adviser to UFO studies undertaken by the U.S. Air Force under three consecutive names: Project Sign (1947–1949), Project Grudge (1949–1952), and Project Blue Book (1952 to 1969). For decades afterwards, he conducted his own independent UFO research, and is widely considered the father of the concept of scientific analysis of both reports and, especially, trace evidence purportedly left by UFOs... 

Dr. Joseph Allen Hynek
It wasn't until after World War II that interest in space-age visitors—and UFOs—really seemed to take off, and then it did so in a spectacular way. On June 24, 1947, salesman Kenneth Arnold was flying his private plane near Mount Rainier in Washington when he spotted a chain of nine, brightly lit objects moving at incredible speed near the mountain's peak. Arnold described each of them moving "like a saucer would if you skipped it across the water," ushering the phrase "flying saucer" into common parlance. As with many such sightings, various explanations were offered—a mirage or meteors, for example—but in the eyes of many people the mystery was never resolved. >Read

Kenneth Arnold spotted UFOs over Tulsa, OK in 1947.

The screen shots on this post all have UFOs with similar shapes, but there are other sightings of UFOs that look like disks, some having lights on their perimeter. I have never really been intrigued by UFO sitings previous to today; the fact that Fox and ABC and US News has decided to report is, in my opinion, important news. As a Photoshop and video expert, I think that the footage is real, but who knows? I am open to the possibility of extraterrestrial beings visiting our planet. What do you think? I just hope that pilots don't become distracted upon seeing a UFO.

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