I’m going to post a fun experiment regarding UFO photos and videos coming up soon.
The experiment will involve a way to look at these photos and videos in a new way and easily see which ones
are fake and which aren’t. The software I’ll be using you’ll be able to use as well and do your experiments at home.
It’s not 100% proof of anything but does provide some alarming results that you’ll find of most interest so stay tuned.
A startling video has appeared on YouTube reportedly of a classic flying saucer type UFO that allegedly almost collides with a small plane piloted by two doctors who were checking out the famous Nazca lines in Peru.
The video shows the pilot flying over the massive ground formations of lines and pictographs that have puzzled scientists for decades regarding their purpose as they can only be comprehended via observation from the air.
As the pilots fly into an extremely rare rain cloud formation, it rarely if ever rains in this territory it’s reported, the UFO then appears from a hole in the clouds for a brief 2 or 3 seconds. The video then shows the object at slower speeds and magnification.
It will be interesting to see what the experts have to say about the video and it’s authenticity so we’ll have to wait for the final video analysis to determine if indeed it is authentic. You can see the video of the UFO flying saucer below.
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In this story spotlighted on SPACE.com which you can read by CLICKING HERE you can read an analysis of the video footage that has gone viral all over the web regarding the January 28, 2011 bright light UFO over Jerusalem and in particular the Dome of the Rock one of the most revered holy landmarks in the world.
The analysis is indeed done by a skeptic and although he makes his claims without a thorough analysis of the videos by an expert, he raises enough good points to give good merit to his stance. It’s good that we have analysis of these events and although I normally toss aside skeptical analysis from avowed skeptics this story is worth posting about.
It’s good to be skeptical but to be an avowed skeptic already classifies you as having made a decision before doing the methodical analysis as objectivity is invalidated from the start. Same goes with ‘believers’. I’ve got friends who will claim anything they see in the sky that is unidentified automatically has to be an alien spacecraft. Nevermind the fact that of this date no solid proof of aliens visiting Earth has ever come forward.
This is why my first rule in UFOlogy is: “Never get excited about a UFO event.”, that way you won’t lose your cool and be disappointed later.
By Greg Boone
Now there’s some new footage come about regarding a light seen hovering above the Muslim holy shrine the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem. The light appears to hover then descend then shoot straight up into the air. Not only is there one video of this event but two if not more from different locations have surfaced corroborating that more than one witness with a recording device was present.
This is what we call a Close Encounter of the First Kind. I didn’t say space alien as it has nothing to do with this event. This is a light that was photographed and the source has yet to be determined yet. It will take some analysis of the videos and eye witness data for UFO investigators to solve this latest riddle.
In the meantime it’s best for cooler heads to prevail and not jump to conclusions. This is a touchy situation because the Dome of the Rock is one of the most revered religious sites in the world. With political and religious turmoil still going on on Earth for some reason, events like these could be used by persons for manipulative purposes to incite political or social unrest.
Right now, it’s a strange light doing maneuvers over a building.
Below is a video of the light UFO over the Dome of the rock in Jerusalem showing two different videos taken from two different locations in the city.
- Sunday, 14/03/2010 10:31 AM