Monday, 27 February 2012

Dr. John Mack on Oprah (Video)

UFO Hunters - Underwater Alien Bases (Video)

UFO Hunting as a Casual Hobby

By Chris Capps

Most UFO stories are events that catch the witness unaware. They're casually driving along a darkened stretch of road - often alone, but sometimes with friends - when something strange appears in the sky that they simply cannot explain. Sometimes it can be as simple as a distant light that defies explanation. But sometimes it's something a bit more dramatic. Some people have taken up the hobby of searching the skies for UFOs themselves, but what are some tips from those who have taken up UFO watching?

To see a UFO is simple, and accounts have ranged all over the world in both urban and rural environments describing objects everywhere from the middle of nowhere to right outside a witness' window. The primary component of the UFO hunt is the ability to see the sky, but a successful casual UFO hunt wouldn't be the same if it was just sitting at a window looking out into a day-lit sky. There needs to be another component to it, something that adds to the experience to make it ultimately successful. A casual ufo hunt is as much for the experience itself as the desire to see something unusual in the sky.


First, it's important to establish to those present what your intentions are while you're on the hunt. Different people will want different degrees of authenticity in their event. Some may wish to bring along cameras to spot objects in the sky while others are interested only in their own personal experience of watching to see if something will appear.
If your intention is to gather evidence, be sure to pick a spot with a wide view of the sky and "reference points" allowing you to chart the speed and relative size and distance of objects as they pass overhead. Make sure you have permission to be wherever you go - additionally be sure you have permission to film where you're going to ensure your hunt is fun and uninterrupted.

Safety, just as with ghost hunts, is equally important with UFO hunts. But unlike the more active ghost hunt, searching the skies for UFOs is less location oriented - meaning your own back yard can be as promising a spot as anywhere. A simple walk around the block is easy enough to set up, though you might want to leave the tripod home if that's the case. As always, it's important to exercise your better judgment.
Additionally, you may want to have a UFO hunt accompany another activity such as astronomy or story telling. Taking a telescope out and looking at the stars themselves may provide you with a fun learning experience and something to share even if the unidentified flying objects aren't present.
And finally, a note that many UFO hunters can say from experience. If you're going out to look for UFOs and you've found a perfect spot, be sure to dress comfortably for the weather. If rain seems possible, be sure to bring an umbrella. UFO hunting in a way can be similar to hiking or camping in what you need to bring along - depending on the environment you're in.

Finally, if you do see something, be sure to get some footage of it. Who knows? You may just capture something incredible.

Black Helicopter PSYOPs over ECETI Ranch on UFO Mountain (Video)

Domestic military stalking and harassment operations such as this black helicopter over ECETI Ranch are no longer limited to targeting special interest groups. Credit: James Gilliland/ECETI Ranch

A black helicopter with no visible markings stalks peaceful civilians in repeated low-altitude passes over the ECETI Ranch in what UFO contactee James Gilliland describes as an “intimidation run” on this week’s episode of UFO Mountain. The latest installment of the weekly online series uses empirical instrumental evidence to show domestic Psychological warfare operational (PSYOP) threats to public safety in a media environment where the term “black helicopter” has been co-opted to mean “conspiracy theory”.

In his exclusive on-camera remarks, ECETI Ranch’s James Gilliland tells UFO Mountain how “We’ve had a lot of black helicopter activity here. One day they circled the ranch all day long. A while back they came down right behind me and almost landed in the field. Their skids were just right off the ground. I could actually see a mole on the pilot’s face.”
Black Helicopter Facts
One source describes how US law enforcement agencies including US Customs and Border Protection, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the US Marshals Service, the Drug Enforcement Administration and the Federal Bureau of Investigations use black helicopters for surveillance, transportation, and patrol. Units of the Army National Guard and the Department of Homeland Security are also cited for deployment of such vehicles as well.
Why are these helicopters painted black (or marked in such a way as to render ground-based identification impossible)? According to the US Department of Defense, covert operations are defined as “Operations which are so planned and executed as to conceal the identity of or permit plausible denial by the sponsor. They differ from clandestine operations in that emphasis is placed on concealment of identity of sponsor rather than on concealment of the operation.”
In terms of this definition, black helicopters with no visible markings effectively conceal the identity of the sponsoring agency while communicating that agency’s unlawful intentions (compare with masked agent provocateurs who infiltrate lawful public assemblies). Military black operations typically involve activities which are “highly clandestine and often outside of standard military protocol or even against the law [emphasis added].”
Stalking is a Crime
A report by the National Center for Victims of Crime states that "Virtually any unwanted contact between two people that directly or indirectly communicates a threat or places the victim in fear can be considered stalking." In defining stalking as a criminal offense, Washington State law (RCW 9a.46.110) provides for situations where:
“(b) The person being harassed or followed is placed in fear that the stalker intends to injure the person, another person, or property of the person or of another person. The feeling of fear must be one that a reasonable person in the same situation would experience under all the circumstances; and
“(c) The stalker either:
“(i) Intends to frighten, intimidate, or harass the person; or
“(ii) Knows or reasonably should know that the person is afraid, intimidated, or harassed even if the stalker did not intend to place the person in fear or intimidate or harass the person.”
In classifying black helicopter contact at ECETI Ranch as “intimidation runs”, James Gilliland clarifies how these events represent illegal military black operations using language recognized by Washington State law, which describes stalking with intent to intimidate as a criminal offense.
Domestic PSYWARs
The US Department of Defence defines Psychological warfare as “The planned use of propaganda and other psyche logical [sic] actions having the primary purpose of influencing the opinions, emotions, attitudes, and behavior of hostile foreign groups in such a way as to support the achievement of national objectives.” Does the presence of black helicopters over ECETI Ranch signify continuity of legacy repression against local indigenous nations, an undeclared secret war against the reported ET’s occupying Mt. Adams, or something else?

UFO Florida 24th Feb 2012 black gray like sphere (Video)

Uploaded by on 25 Feb 2012

"Mufon Report:
we were at the 7mile bridge just before the sun set in the florida keys. We saw a jet fly over and we took a photo. As the sun neared being set i noticed a blak grayish spehere hovering to the right of the 7 mile bridge. i pointed it out to my husband. we waited and watched for 15 min or so to see if it was a blimp or helicopter but it never moved! after the sun had set ad there was still some light in the sky we walked back to the car, my husband decided to run behind a tree to relieve himself. when he returned he said the object was still in the sky. this was maybe 8 minutes or so after watching it for 15 minutes earlier. darkness fell as we began to drive and whe we looked for the object we could no longer see it. the bridge was full of people but no one seemed to notice. I stopped a jogger passig by and asked him what he thought it was...he shrugged his shoulders and said he didnt know either. well I did get a few seconds on video ad i will upload it along with the photo of the plane."

UFO Newspaper Clipping - Daily Express 16.8.1965.

Mapping the UFO Enigma: If Not Extraterrestrials, Then What?

Feb 27th 2012

Most people who become drawn to the subject of UFOs will at some point begin to come across stories that are just really weird. Some of them are so weird that even the notion of advanced extraterrestrial technology doesn’t seem to quite fit as a logical explanation for their existence.
Many who are drawn in by the UFO enigma will initially also accept the general attitude that most come to the field having: that UFOs represent interplanetary visitors, something along the lines of a crew of scientists who are probing our world and its occupants for something… perhaps to enrich their understanding of life elsewhere in the cosmos, much as we might do… or perhaps something a little more sinister.
Then there are “those other theories” involving UFOs. These range from everything including bizarre roboids from other worlds, to the strange (and often campy or even outright ridiculous) claims involving Nazis and their secret space program. Even less popular notions, such as that of “meta-terrestrial” or interdimensional phenomenon, further complicate the matter. So what, at the end of the day, are we really dealing with? And, to wit, is there really much point in continuing to ask these sorts of questions, or are we merely continuing to exercise our futility?

I recently was enjoying a long, snowy drive to Winston Salem, North Carolina, while listening to an edition of Gene Steinberg’s The Paracast where UFO researchers Kevin Randle and Jim Mosely put forth their own ideas about various aspects of ufology, and how we’ve seen it coming together in different ways over the years. At one point early in the interview, Randle stated that he believed there were entirely terrestrial explanations for what we perceive as being “alien abduction.” I was equally amazed when Mosely stated that he felt there was no sufficient evidence that UFOs are in any way interplanetary! In other words, many of the finest researchers out there, as a result of their involvement of the serious study of strange UFO sightings and eyewitness encounters with landed craft, begin to shy away from the more “conventional” explanations for UFO origins.
As many readers of this blog know, I tend to gravitate toward the “less conventional” explanations myself; the time-tested models of UFOs that involve alien visitors don’t seem to balance this most-enigmatic of all equations, at least to my liking. Indeed, while perhaps even a majority of strange things seen in the skies are likely the result of technology that emanates from right here on Earth, there are also the high-strangeness reports which seem intimately connected in some way to human consciousness itself. While what we perceive as “alien abduction” may indeed seem physical, it could have far more to do with functions and processes taking place within our minds, and the ways human consciousness interprets the terrifying exchange of information with some sentient species that may be attempting to interact with us somehow… even if only on some non-physical level.
So what are we to make of UFOs then? While I can’t wholeheartedly “endorse” the following links, I include them nonetheless because of the variety of interpretations of UFO phenomenon that they represent. To different individuals from different backgrounds and world views, the UFO enigma will no doubt be interpreted quite differently from one instance to another… with any luck, the approaches outlined in the links that follow may assist in helping one come to their own unique conclusions as to what may really constitute the UFO phenomenon.

The many and varied degrees of different UFO phenomenon

The Jinn in relation to UFO phenomenon

A Cavalcade of Interdimensional Phenomenon at The Gralien Report

Ten Big Questions about Extraterrestrial Life

The ongoing SETI project, and ongoing attempts to communicate with extraterrestrial intelligence

2012 International UFO Congress, Video Update For Day 4