Thursday, 13 November 2014

Citizen Hearing UFO testimony videos now available


By  Jason McClellan

Testimony about UFOs and extraterrestrial life that was presented at the Citizen Hearing on Disclosure is now available for viewing.
The Citizen Hearing on Disclosure took place from April 29 to May 3, 2013 at the National Press Club in Washington, DC. Military personnel, government officials, researchers, activists, and witnesses from around the world convened at this event to present testimony in front of six former members of the United States Congress “about events and evidence indicating an extraterrestrial presence engaging the human race.”

UFO researchers Richard Dolan and Stanton Friedman at the Citizen Hearing. (Credit: CHD)

In late September 2014, Reuben Langdon and Jeremy Corbell, the team behind the Citizen Hearing footage, released evening lectures presented at the Citizen Hearing as video-on-demand. These ten lectures provided the first look at the Citizen Hearing footage. And on Wednesday, November 12, video of the actual testimony that was presented during the hearing was also made available as video-on-demand.


The filmmakers describe, “With over thirty hours of testimony from forty witnesses over five days, the event was the most concentrated body of evidence regarding the extraterrestrial subject ever presented to the press and the general public at one time.”
Twenty videos make up these official testimony presentations. Viewers have the option to rent or buy individual videos. All twenty videos can also be rented or purchased together at a discounted rate.
See the available Citizen Hearing videos at  https://vimeo.com/ondemand/chd.

Unidentified Lights caught On Film Over Phoenix AZ


MUFON Case Management System
7th November 2014 - 19.45Hrs

"We were driving from Tucson AZ to Phoenix AZ to watch a basketball game. we had just entered city limits when we noticed the strange lights. We pulled over on the freeway to take a better look. We noticed that the lights were forming different shapes and were hovering without movement. We also notice light appear and disappear. we took a small video of what we saw. we had to continue driving, but while on the road about eight lights appeared in a straight line. we did notice many helicopters close to the lights, as if they were trying to get rid of them. we continued driving North and the lights disappeared. This incident lasted about 25 minutes."

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UFO or Drone Over Nuclear Power Plant In Veracruz Mexico


Published on 7 Nov 2014

OVNI Sobre Planta Nucleoelectrica En Veracruz Mexico 05112014

Google Translate:  UFO Over Nuclear Power Plant in Veracruz, Mexico 05112014

How Many Dimensions Does The Universe Have?


Published on 8 Nov 2014

Dimensions are complicated, and wrapping your mind around how many there are can give you a headache. Join Trace as he explains everything you should know about them.

An Alternative History of Mankind


By Nick Redfern

An Alternative History of Mankind is the new book from John Ventre, who also penned UFOs Over Pennsylvania; Apophis 2029; The Day After 2012; and several other titles. And, as John’s bio notes: “John is a member of the FBI’s InfraGard group [and is] the PA State Director for the Mutual UFO Network.” On top of that, John “owns the UFO themed Mexican restaurant trademark, ‘Flying Salsa.’”
With that all said, it’s time to take a look at John’s latest release. A copy was sent to me quite some time ago, but work commitments ensured that I was only able to finally finish reading it last week – and I’m very pleased that I did. An Alternative History of Mankind is not your average UFO book – and that’s a very good thing, too.
Not only does John Ventre’s book deal with a number of definitively alternative issues, it’s also written in alternative fashion – at least, the first part is. By John’s own admission, the first 100 pages of his book are fictionalized. Of course, telling what is, effectively, a non-fiction story in a fictionalized setting can be risky and can also end up confusing the readers. Fortunately, the approach John takes works very well.
John has clearly dug very deep into the mysteries of both the infinitely distant past and of recent history. He has also come to some intriguing and notable conclusions along the way. But, to get his message and ideas across, John presents us with a thought-provoking and engaging scenario.


In the novelized part of the book, John is driving out of Roswell, New Mexico, when he sees a strange-looking woman hitchhiking along the road. He decides to pick her up, and that’s when things get interesting.
First, there is the woman’s appearance: she is an albino with strange, grey eyes. Her name is Sigrun. As the journey progresses, it becomes very clear that Sigrun is not from these parts, to put it mildly. That much becomes acutely apparent when Sigrun begins to relate what she knows of the Earth’s history and of a lengthy extraterrestrial manipulation of the human race.
What follows amounts to a discussion between John and Sigrun on a wide and varied body of data on numerous topics. They include: the genetic manipulation of Neanderthal man; attempts by hostile alien races to wipe us out with lethal viruses (something which is linked in the story to the cattle-mutilation issue); the origins of ancient Egypt; the “Face on Mars” controversy; Fatima; and the infamous Battle of Los Angeles.
But things don’t end there. In fact, Sigrun has barely begun: the JFK-UFO connection; HAARP; the mystery of the Men in Black and – as we get to the end of the story – eschatology all crop up. Yes, it’s an unusual way to get a message, concepts, and thoughts, across – but it works.
In contrast, the roughly remaining two-thirds of the book are written very differently to the opening sections. John provides us with summaries of what he believes to be some of the most credible UFO evidence on record, such as that relating to the aforementioned Battle of Los Angeles, and the famous 1967 missile shut-downs. There’s also a list of useful facts about the UFO phenomenon – a list which runs to 168 entries, and which will be particularly useful for newcomers to the subject.

Did UFOs Disable Minuteman missiles at Malmstrom Airforce Base

The remaining parts of the book are wide-ranging. They include a history of UFO crash cases; a summary of UFOs caught on film; and quote from famous and powerful people, including various presidents of the United States, astronauts, and high-ranking military personnel.
Particularly intriguing is the section of the book that focuses on John’s personal (and sometimes traumatic) encounters with what can only be termed the world of the paranormal. An out of body experience, an encounter with what sounds somewhat like one of the creepy “Shadow People,” and childhood prophecies are just parts of it.
Add to that copies of some of John’s articles (from MUFON’s monthly journal and elsewhere), papers on (a) the alleged Aztec, New Mexico UFO crash of 1948; and (b) the strange life and death of Morris Jessup, and what you get is a wide and infinitely varied body of material to sink your teeth into.
And one last thing: there’s an excellent paper on trans-humanism from Mysterious Universe’s very own Micah Hanks. Check it out!

Vive la France For Keeping UFO Office Open


By Paul Seaburn

If there’s something strange flying in your neighborhood … who ya gonna call? If you’re anywhere in Europe, the only place left to call is the government UFO center in France, the last state-run publicly-funded alien hunters on the continent.
The Study Group and Information on Non-Identified Aerospace Phenomenon, or Geipan for short, is part of France’s National Centre for Space Studies headquartered in Toulouse. While the parent organization has over 1,500 employees, Geipan has a staff of four and a dozen volunteers working diligently for Xavier Passot, who says they receive an average of two UFO reports a day.
For every sighting, Geipan requires an 11-page form to be filled out in order to obtain all pertinent information, especially pictures and videos, while eliminating hoaxes and clear cases of mistaken UFO identity. The data is then posted on their website, which gets 30,000 hits per month.

The Geipan staff will conduct investigations of credible or unusual sightings. They have access to commercial and military aircraft flight paths and contacts with air traffic controllers. They contact local police and occasionally go onsite to interview both the spotters and neighbors who might be shy about admitting they saw a UFO.
After eliminating the usual suspects – balloons, meteors, drones, Chinese lanterns, too much partying, etc. – Geipan still has around 400 cases reported since the 1970s that haven’t been explained.
Is that enough to keep the Study Group and Information on Non-Identified Aerospace Phenomenon open? The UK and Denmark didn’t think so, having been the last two other European countries with UFO offices until closing them. Perhaps the notoriety of being the only UFO office left standing will be enough to convince the proud French to keep theirs open.
Merci beaucoup, Geipan.