Friday, 6 April 2012

USO's Off Californian Coast

Mufon Case Number: 37146
Date Submitted: 2012-04-05
Date of Event: 2012-03-14
Location of Event:  Pacifica, CA US

This event was observed by a large group of witnesses including a highly credible coworker that wishes to remain anonymous. While driving the coastal highway near the town of Pacifica California, this individual observed two very large, glowing objects in the ocean and roughly ¾ mile from the coastline. The evening sky, at approximately 6:30pm, was 100% overcast with no direct sunlight anywhere in sight. The glowing objects appeared as sharp ovals from this distance. But it was clear that the actual shapes were discs and were submerged in the ocean at an unknown depth. A group of witnessed developed as vehicles stopped to see. The observers shared their thoughts, and agreed that the two objects were in fact submerged and moving with indistinct patterns, but not in a way that resembled a worldly vehicle such as a submarine. The group also concluded that sunlight could not be the cause because there were no breaks in the dense cloud cover. Furthermore, the lights continued to project into the late evening until about 9pm, well past sundown. At some juncture during the event, a passing ship (perhaps a Coast Guard vessel) approached the objects in an attempt to investigate. The ship then quickly veered away from the objects in an apparent evasive maneuver to avoid confrontation. At this juncture, most of the witnesses were in fear of their safety and left the scene.

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Is There a '2001' Alien Monolith on Mars? (Video)

A video on YouTube uses NASA images of Mars to pose the question of UFO origin. Is there a 2001: A Space Odyssey type monolith jutting up from the surface? If not, then what is it?

The monolithic object shown below recalls the central theme of the famous book and movie: a monolithic structure planted on the surface of the Moon by an alien civilization millions of years in the past.

Its purpose was clearly to act as a beacon to an alien race monitoring humans for signs of their eventual evolution into space travelers.

The video also points to a similar obelisk on the asteroid Phobos, but it's not nearly as dramatic and scientists have never speculated that, unlike Mars, there was ever a life form on the barren piece of space rock orbiting the Sun.

The Martian monolith is clearly at odds with its surrounding topography, thrust out from the surface and perfectly symmetrical. Such a shape and form is even a rarity on Earth where titanic geological forces have produced bizarre, seemingly man-made structures. But none which appear to be perfectly rectangular in proportion.

Could such an object be the source of UFO sightings throughout history? Have ancient civilizations planted the Martian monolith as a means of signalling humans that other life forms exist in the universe?

Open Minds Radio (Video)

Jason and Alejandro discuss current UFO sightings, developments in the search for extraterrestrial life, and Jason's recent visit to the Area 51 exhibit at the National Atomic Testing Museum.

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'Falling Skies' Season 2 Teaser (Video)

Check out this three-minute teaser for the second season premiere of Spielberg's Falling Skies...

The two-hour Falling Skies season 2 premiere will air June 17th on TNT.

Falling Skies is set in the aftermath of an alien invasion that has left most of the world completely incapacitated and follows the human resistance in its efforts to regain control of the planet.

Kidnapped by a Flying Saucer?

Ninety-Fifty-Three was a historic, memorable, and intriguing year. On January 7, President Harry S. Truman announced that the United States had added a terrifying new weapon to its growing, military arsenal: the Hydrogen Bomb. Two months later, Soviet Premier Josef Stalin passed away, following the effects of a devastating stroke. On May 5, Aldous Huxley took the hit of mescaline that inspired him to write The Doors of Perception.
Barely a month following Huxley’s spaced-out stroll down Psychedelic Avenue, the Central Intelligence Agency formally approved the use of LSD in one of its early “mind-control” programs, MKUltra. July 27 saw the end of the Korean War. In September, the discovery of REM-stage sleep was unleashed upon the world. And, in October, the UNIVAC 1101 made history when it became the very first commercial computer to use random access memory.
But, for some, 1953 was made equally – albeit briefly – historic, memorable, and intriguing for another, very alternative, and possibly even other-worldly, reason.

When it comes to UFOs, no-one can doubt that the research field is filled to the brim with stories that are strange, bizarre and downright mysterious. Others are packed with colorful and eccentric characters. Sometimes they are events that end in death and mysterious disappearance. And, then there are those cases where officialdom takes secret interest. But, how many potentially UFO related events can claim to fall into all of the above categories? Maybe not that many!
There is one, however, that most definitely fits all of the above criteria, and more, too. It’s a story that many people in today’s world of Ufology may not be aware of, others have forgotten, and some fail to realize the potential importance of. It goes likes this…

On the morning of November 10, 1953, a pair of UFO investigators, Karl Hunrath – a radio-technician with a hair-trigger temper and a hatred of women – and Wilbur J. Wilkinson – a plant foreman and a subservient Igor to Hunrath’s Dr. Frankenstein – took to the clear, sunny skies in a small plane rented from Gardina County Airport, California, USA.
The purpose of their flight was to rendezvous at a remote stretch of Golden State desert with fantastically advanced beings from another world that the two had contacted via psychic means and by what were oddly described as “mechanical contractions.” The pair was not seen nor heard of again. And neither was the aircraft. No skeletal, ragged remains turned up. No tell-tale wreckage was found. Ever.
Hunrath and Wilkinson were – for all intents and purposes – gone, vanished. In the immediate aftermath of their disappearance there were whispers within the UFO research community of the day that they were really gone. Like up there gone.
Was it really true? Were Hunrath and Wilkinson kidnapped by hostile, or maybe even friendly, aliens? Might they have been invited to take a one-way trip to another, far-away world by benevolent “Space-Brothers,” as some of their friends and families suspected? Others speculated that the whole affair could be explained away as a mere, tragic accident and nothing else whatsoever.
Indeed, several people offered that nothing stranger than engine-trouble had probably led to terrible disaster and death on the massive, rugged mountains of southern California. Some, however, weren’t quite so sure that the baffling disappearance of Hunrath and Wilkinson was just due to careless pilot-error or mechanical malfunction. But those same souls weren’t looking to E.T. for the answers either.
Why were special-agents of J. Edgar Hoover’s much-feared FBI hot on the trail of the pair in the weeks and months before their disappearance? What of Hunrath’s boast that he had developed a science-fiction-like machine that could disable military aircraft while in the air and bring them fatally crashing to the ground? What did the U.S. Air Force think of that?
What was the nature of the curious relationship that Hunrath had with famed “Contactee” George Adamski, who, behind closed doors, was secretly informing the FBI on Hunrath’s every activity? And what was the real nature of the link between Hunrath and Wilkinson and the mysterious disappearance of an Air Force F-89C Scorpion aircraft and its crew over Lake Superior, two-weeks after the ufological duo made their own definitive vanishing act?
These questions – and many more, too – are ones I’ll be addressing in full in the near future…Stay tuned!