Thursday, April 29, 2010

Second Moscow Pyramid UFO

Michael Cohen

Last year in December, worldwide media outlets ran a story that enthralled UFO enthusiasts and others curious about the possibility of alien vistation to our planet and the existence of extraterrestrial life.

A huge pyramid UFO had been seen by many and filmed by at least one witness as it hovered above The Kremlin in Moscow. The video became a hit on YouTube and other sites. Hundreds of witnesses also reported seeing the UFO, however shortly after the film was released a campaign to discredit the sighting appeared to have swung into action.

Witnesses were visited by what seemed to be plain clothes police officers and asked to remain silent over the event. Any further footage was confiscated. Stories began circulating about buildings in the footage that no longer existed despite experts confirming this was not the case.

Now a brave witness has had the courage to post a second piece of footage (Video below) of the event: Filmed from an apartment in Moscows suburbs.

Sergei Ahmedayov attests that this footage was taken by him from his bedroom window as the craft hovered for hours on the very same day the Kremlin UFO was filmed. He also attests that all of his family saw the event too.

'I am sure this is an ET sapceship and I am not scared to show it' he defiantly commented.

It is now known that these pyramid shaped UFOs are the long haul spacecraft used by a civilization originating from Orion Constellation: These humanoid aliens have been interacting with humanity for thousands of years and arrived in this galaxy from Andromeda millions of years ago.

Sunday, April 18, 2010

Massive fireball reported across Midwestern sky

The fireball that crossed Midwest skies last night may have been a basketball-size meteor from a comet first discovered at the start of the Civil War, according to experts.

David Eicher, editor and chief of Astronomy Magazine, said that while it's believed the fireball seen Wednesday night was a meteor, that wouldn't be known for sure until and unless it is found on the ground. Astronomers believe if the object landed, it would have come down in the Great Lakes area. There were no reports that it had been found.

"It was an extraordinarily bright meteor," said Eicher. "As bright as this thing was, the odds are that it didn't completely burn up before it hit the ground."

But he also couldn't completely rule out that what people saw were pieces of a falling satellite reentering the Earth's atmosphere as space junk.

He estimated that on impact a burning meteor could have ended up the size of a baseball. The amount of light that the object emitted indicted it was either a large chunk of stone or iron, he said.

Usually, meteorites that cause a streak in the sky tend to be only the size of sand or a pea, Eicher said. This one--assuming it was one--may have come from April's Lyrid meteorite showers as debris from a comet named Thatcher after the man who first discovered it in 1861.

"It was probably a very large chunk, relatively speaking, of cometary debris that was left in the wake, the trail, of this comet's orbit,'' he said.

While he could not point to the object and definitively say it was a meteor, he said circumstantial evidence points to it--chiefly, that the sighting came during the Lyrid showers, which will reach their peak Saturday.

According to lore, the Thatcher comet was regarded with fear when it was first observed because it came after the raid on Fort Sumter by Confederate troops that started the Civil War.

Reports of meteor sightings about 10 p.m. Wednesday came in to the National Weather Service from wide areas across the Midwest. News outlets from Missouri to Minnesota and east to Michigan reported sightings.

In a statement on its Web site, the National Weather Service office in the Quad Cities said:
"Just after 10 pm CDT Wednesday evening April 14th, a fireball or very bright meteor was observed streaking across the sky. The fireball was seen over the northern sky, moving from west to east.

"Well before it reached the horizon, it broke up into smaller pieces and was lost from sight. The fireball was seen across Northern Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, and Southern Wisconsin. Several reports of a prolonged sonic boom were received from areas north of Highway 20, along with shaking of homes, trees and various other objects including wind chimes. As of late Wednesday evening, it is unknown whether any portion of this meteorite hit the ground."

National Weather Service radar in LaCrosse, Wis., showed the object between 6,000 and 12,000 feet, heading from northwest to southeast over Grant and Iowa counties.

(The University of Wisconsin-Madison's Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences has a series of time lapse photos of the event as seen from Madison; an Iowa sheriff's department captured video of the flash that's been posted on YouTube.)

Christine McMorris was in her Woodstock home looking out her kitchen window as she washed dishes and talked with a friend when she noticed a bright light coming from the sky.

"All of a sudden out of the corner of my eye, I saw this huge ball of fire and a huge light,'' said McMorris. "I was like what the hell was that?"

She didn't believe the light signaled the end of the world because she had seen many shooting stars from her travels to the Western United States. But last night put those to shame.

"They are minuscule compared to this, it was enormous,'' she said.

She said as the object traveled closer to the surface, its intensity diminished until she lost sight of it after five to 10 seconds. She said it didn't have a tail.

"It was truly spectacular,'' she said.

Becky Hoffman, who lives on a farm near Dixon, said she and her husband were getting ready for bed when they looked out and saw a "big glow" in the sky. She found it strange because the air was clear of storm clouds. She said she is about an hour and a half from the Wisconsin border and noticed the light north of her home.

"We thought it might've been a transformer blowing up in the area,'' she said, but she dismissed that thought quickly because she and her husband did not hear any explosions.

She said the object had a reddish-orange glow to it. She didn't think anything of it until she turned on the radio this morning and heard that it probably was a meteor.

"That's what it was, I saw it,'' said Hoffman. "I thought it was pretty exciting, I just want to know where it ended up at. Did it disintegrate into the skyline or did it actually hit ground?"

Thursday, April 15, 2010

UFO over Shanghai

UFO over Shanghai..
Is it true?

Thursday, April 8, 2010

Avatar face girl needs help for operation

The parents of a young Chinese women dubbed "Avatar girl" have appealed for help for an operation to save their daughter's life.
Twenty-two-year old Wu Xiaoyan's parents have been unable to afford the medical costs and have had to watch helplessly as their beloved daughter's face twisted out of shape - leaving her looking like one of the creations from the Avatar movie.
Doctor Liao Quiqing from the hospital that is treating her in Lishui Zhejang, Southern China said: "She now has a severe facial deformity - a Fibrous Dysplasia.
"She cannot breathe through her nose or smell and can no longer see properly. She is very brave and doesn't complain but she must be in a lot of pain.
"Because her tumor has already occupied two-thirds of the face we want to remove it and then carry out chemotherapy and radiotherapy."


But the family that has already spent £10,000 on treatment cannot afford the extra £20,000 needed to complete the surgery.
All the family members are farmers and have little more than £100 a month income each. In addition her mother has been incapacitated after a stroke and the father is struggling to look after her and continue to make a living.

Friday, April 2, 2010

Pyramid UFO in Japan

Pyramid UFO in Japan

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