One of the earliest documented sightings of aerial phenomena took place on April 4, 1561 at dawn over Nuremberg, Germany. The sky was apparently filled with the machines, clashing in battle for well over an hour.
This one in particular comes from Dr. Steven Greer, founder of The Disclosure Project and the Center for the Study of Extraterrestrial Intelligence (CSETI). Known to some as the “Father of the Disclosure Movement,” he was instrumental in bringing forth hundreds of military whistleblowers of all ranks, with verified backgrounds, to share their experience and testify on the UFO/extraterrestrial phenomenon.
There is, admittedly, plenty of disinformation being spread within the UFOlogy field, and many people seeking to manipulate the evidence and public opinion, which makes it difficult to assess what information is legitimate and what is not. It unfortunately comes down to doing your own research and using your best judgement.
Greer has had meetings with high level people in the Pentagon, according to himself, Dr. Edgar Mitchell (Apollo 14, who accompanied him on some of these meetings), and many more.
Dr. Greer has been doing these types of outings for quite a while, and he’s not the only one. Last year, a couple of CE members made a trip out to a gathering of researchers, whistleblowers. and enthusiasts, and witnessed something similar.
When you get to that level, and hang around those types of people, your going to draw attention, and anybody who draws massive amounts of attention will be praised, as well as vilified. Within the UFO movement, there are those that disagree and don’t associate with each other, which is very weird and shouldn’t be happening.
I think it’s safe to say that UFOs are no longer a fringe topic, as their existence has been verified in the mainstream world, but beyond that, most people are still in the dark. It’s important to keep in mind that a decade ago you were considered a conspiracy theorist for even believing in the existence of UFOs. Things have changed since then, but believing that some of these craft are extraterrestrial in origin is still considered ‘out there.’
They tell us that we are living in an age of Darkness, also described in The Mahabharata, a time when mental capabilities reach their lowest point and moral virtue is stripped from the Earth. As independent researcher Bibhu Dev Misra writes, when the “World Soul” is full of blackness and corruption, and only a small fraction of virtue remains, it “slowly dwindles to zero at the end of the Kali Yuga. Men turn to wickedness; disease, lethargy, anger, natural calamities, anguish and fear of scarcity dominate. Penance, sacrifices and religious observances fall into disuse. All creatures degenerate. Change passes over all things, without exception.”
Astrology is an ancient art and science dating back thousands of years. It appears in many cultures, but as with most ancient wisdom, much of it was and has been concealed and forbidden from public viewing. Secret societies, both whose hearts are grounded in the goodwill for all of humanity, and those driven by greed and personal gain, have also used this type of ancient knowledge. From Atlantis to ancient Sumer, Vedic astrology to ancient Greece, Rome, and Egypt, many great minds throughout the ages have practiced astrology, and for good reason. Despite its many skeptics, astrology has much to offer.
It’s also important to mention here that many of the ‘founding fathers’ of modern science, especially in the fields of mathematics and physics/quantum physics, were all spiritual mystics.
“The day science begins to study non-physical phenomena, it will make more progress in one decade than in all the previous centuries of its existence.”- Nikola Tesla
A new age, astrologically speaking, for man began at the dawn of Christianity. Prior to this, we had the secret societies, concepts like the Philosopher’s Stone, and other ‘magical’ concepts, including the use of magic and sorcery. With the advent of Christianity, the concept of God took their place, yet more recently, concepts that were used and practiced prior to the beginning of modern-day religion have been emerging once more, which is interesting because we are at the end of an age, and transitioning into a new one. There is a discrepancy among experts where exactly we are, but most seem to agree that we are in a very important transition period.
In Western astrology, we are transitioning from the Age of Pisces to the Age of Aquarius. In ancient Vedic astrology, we are at the beginning of the end of a 300 cycle (currently living in the transition period at the end of the Kaliyuga Age).
The Vedic doctrine also tells us what Western astrology philosophies do, and correlates with the cycles described by ancient Native American wisdom as well.
They tell us that we are living in an age of Darkness, also described in The Mahabharata, a time when mental capabilities reach their lowest point and moral virtue is stripped from the Earth. As independent researcher Bibhu Dev Misrawrites, when the “World Soul” is full of blackness and corruption, and only a small fraction of virtue remains, it “slowly dwindles to zero at the end of the Kali Yuga. Men turn to wickedness; disease, lethargy, anger, natural calamities, anguish, and fear of scarcity dominate. Penance, sacrifices, and religious observances fall into disuse. All creatures degenerate. Change passes over all things, without exception.”
These descriptions accurately reflect our society’s progression. As we’ve moved through modern history, this past age — which has lasted approximately 2,100 years — is coming to an end, a conclusion marked by a time when global tensions have never been so high. During this age, humanity has indeed experienced the most darkness, and it seems that the more ancient a civilization, the more spiritually (and technologically) advanced they might have been — also interesting because after this age ends, we will be cycling back to the beginning, an age that hasn’t been seen since the time of great knowledge and understanding of the spiritual sciences, mysticism, consciousness, and non-materialism in general.
This all seems to be part of the massive shift in the collective consciousness that is going on today.
“As we know from Ancient Egyptian History, these events are symptoms of psychic changes that always appear at the end of one platonic month, and at the beginning of another. They are, it seems, changes in the constellation of psychic dominance, of the archetypes or gods, as they used to be called, which bring about or accompany long-lasting transformations of the collective psyche. This transformation started within the historical tradition and left traces behind it. First, in the transition from the age of Torus to that of Aries, and then from Aries to Pisces, whose beginning coincides with the rise of Christianity (mentioned above). We are now nearing the great change, which may be expected, when the spring point, enters Aquarius.”
Interest quote above, it’s taken from his book, Flying Saucers: A Modern Myth of Things Seen in the Skies. It’s hard to find a non translated version that was written by Jung in 1958, that’s why the recording below, from manly P. Hall, who had a relationship with Jung, as being recognized as two of the greatest minds of their time – they were also into each others work, is so important.
Hall has been recognized as one of the world’s leading scholars in the fields of religion, mythology, mysticism, and the occult. Many great minds have been attracted to his work, including the late Carl Jung, who, when writing his Psychology and Alchemy, borrowed material from Hall’s private collection.
One of his most recognized books is a great resource of information,The Secret Teachings of All Ages: An Encyclopedic Outline of Masonic, Hermetic, Qabbalistic and Rosicrucian Symbolical Philosophy.
Jung, contrary to popular belief, was a heavy researcher into the topic of UFOs, during the time he published his book he also accused the Air Force for covering up information about the subject.
Hall explains Jung’s quote above:
“Jung is telling us, that the Platonic year is a problem in timing, and that what we call the processional motion of the equinoxes, results in the vernal equinox changing about every 2100 years, and that these changes correspond to the months of the great platonic year, which consists of something over 25,000 years. He is telling us therefore that these changes arising in nature, in cosmos, in space, are due to certain gradual transformations of archetypes, and that these archetypes mean, that in nature this clock is active, and that this clock is continuously moving, passing from one cyclic division to another, he could undoubtedly gather, a powerful body of information to prove that at each of these vital periods, these periods in which the general dominant of the world changes, there has been a mark, an important social psychological change in the life of individuals.”
He (Hall) then goes on to say:
“The life of the individual is in relationship to the life of the collective, that this phenomenon, of the flying saucers, should arise as the vernal equinox moves toward the Aquarian point, and that this consequently implies, as it did to the Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans, and also to many Asiatic peoples, a major motion of world consciousness, world pressure, and that this motion is from a water sign to an air sign…And that therefore, the atmospheric mystery, the mystery of air, and that which is concealed within air, must become increasingly psychologically dominant for a period of more than 2000 years to come.”
Twitter was flooded with videos claiming to show the bizarre phenomenon in Mage, outside of Rio de Janeiro.
In one of the clips, a gyrating blue sphere is seen floating above the city. The video was tweeted at Elon Musk.
“There are reports that something fell over there in a lake … But it doesn’t seem to be a satellite,” Andre Di Mauro wrote.
Another video shows a group of five illuminated spheres in the night sky – a bizarre visual phenomenon which “many people saw,” according to one Brazilian who shared the clip. Others posted footage of a floating red orb, as well as strange flashing lights in the horizon.
According to reports, the terms “Mage” and “Pau Grande” – the district of the city where the alleged incident took place – trended on Brazilian social media on Wednesday.
Despite the chatter online, authorities claim they are unaware of any unusual incidents. The city issued a notice stating that it had no information on the matter, local media reported, adding that the Brazilian Air Force claims it received no calls regarding the unusual objects.
As the conspiracy theorist suggested, the alleged UFOs in the vid “probably came from an underground alien base in the local area”.
It seems that conspiracy theorist Scott C. Waring, who previously claimed that there’s an ancient alien base in Antarctica, has delivered yet another potential UFO-related bombshell in the form of a video (whose veracity couldn’t be immediately confirmed) depicting an alleged extraterrestrial craft sighting.
The footage, posted by Waring on his blog and described as an “armada of UFOs” in the post’s headline, was apparently recorded on 12 May in the vicinity of St. George, Utah, and depicts “a fleet of strange shiny objects in the far distant sky”.
“Was in my back yard and seen some flashes going about maybe 40 miles away, I counted 6. I was in my room (window faces the north) and seen some flashing just kinda thought it was a heli or jet being only 70 miles from Nellis AFB, but then seen the out line of the flash it was like a square plate”, an alleged eyewitness statement cited by Waring says, adding that the lights “may have been about 70 feet in length and maybe 10-20 feet flat”.
Commenting on the spectacle, Waring remarked that while he’d really like the people who recorded the vid to get closer to the objects they were observing, the apparent proximity of a military base might mean that “the land will be off-limits”.
“Probably came from an underground alien base in the local area. Awesome catch. Please make it full screen when you watch the video. They are small and hard to see”, he added.
Three declassified videos newly released by the Pentagon showing US Navy pilots encountering “unidentified aerial phenomena“ – or what the rest of us might call UFOs – has helped stoke further intrigue about what mysterious objects may be traversing our skies.
There’s been a flurry of unexplained sightings reported around the globe – in recent months Belgium has recorded its highest number since the country’s famed “UFO wave” 30 years ago.
Scotland is no stranger to a stellar UFO story either. Last week, an Airdrie supermarket worker took photographs that he claimed showed a strange blueish-green “flying saucer” and a diamond-shaped cluster of “neon beams” while walking home from work.
Here, we reminisce about some of our favourite tales of strange sightings in the sky.
The phenomenon known as the “Falkirk Triangle” – which includes Bonnybridge and Camelon – first began to gain attention in 1992 with the area laying claim to around 300 sightings a year.
A family out for a walk on a March evening in 1992 spoke of witnessing a basketball-sized blue light hovering on the back road from Hallglen to Bonnybridge and claimed to hear a sound similar to a “door opening” followed by a “howl” (unsurprisingly they didn’t hang around).
A video of an orange oval light above Falkirk, changing shape to becoming a white disc – the classic “flying saucer” shape – then disappearing suddenly was captured in October 1996. The clip went viral worldwide.
Reported sightings became so prolific that councillor Billy Buchanan, now the Falkirk provost, has lobbied three prime ministers – David Cameron, Tony Blair and John Major – over the years, asking that an investigation be launched (as yet that has been unforthcoming).
While many of the eerie accounts – which range from seeing “big, black and cigar-shaped” objects to “a bright light criss-crossed by stripes of different colours” – are thought to be misidentifications caused by planes, satellites, weather balloons or planets, some simply can’t be explained.
One theory posited by ufologists is that the Falkirk Triangle could contain a window into another dimension, other worlds, the past or the future. We will leave you to draw your own conclusions.
A bizarre incident in Perthshire was reported in the Annual Register of 1767. It described a pyramid-shaped object over the River Ericht that moved “with great speed and disappeared a little above Blairgowrie“, leaving a trail of destruction that included a partly destroyed house and bridge.
The area surrounding the town is said to be another hotbed of UFO activity, with reports of strange balls of light in the sky and the location of Scotland’s first ever crop circle in 1990.
Blairgowrie couple Sid and Gwen Freeman experienced a series of unsettling encounters during April 1984, including a UFO hovering over their garden and a visit from 12 men dressed in black.
In the west end of Glasgow two curious incidents – 21 years apart – were reported within the same, small geographic area.
The first, in 1955, was at Belhaven Terrace where children playing outside were terrified by several entities floating above the ground dressed in long white clothes.
In nearby Westbourne Gardens, in 1976, a resident said he watched a silver disc-shaped object move towards his flat window and hover 100ft above the ground. Witnesses in two nearby flats corroborated his account of events.
Across the city, a man waiting at a bus stop on Menock Road saw what he claimed looked like a railway carriage-shaped object passing 20ft above his head.
The incident took place in December 1983, with the witness reporting being able to see three windows at the front and a glimpse of swirling yellow smoke inside. Afterwards, he described a sensation of time standing still while watching it.
A series of files released by the Ministry of Defence in 2010 revealed details of what has been dubbed the “Prestwick Airport incident“, where an air traffic controller tracked a fast-moving and unexplained flying object on radar.
The event, recorded in February 1999, sparked an extensive investigation by RAF air defence staff who impounded radar tapes. However, a report concluded that no additional evidence could be found to corroborate what the air traffic controller had spotted.
In August 2003, a member of the public in West Kilbride wrote to the Ministry of Defence to report an a “fluorescent green UFO, saucer shaped” that was “harassing” a plane near Prestwick Airport.
Travelling along the A70 near Harperrig Reservoir in West Lothian on August 17, 1992, Garry Wood and Colin Wright saw a two-tiered, disc-shaped object above the road.
According to their testimony, Wood put his foot down on the accelerator and as they passed beneath the UFO, it appeared to emit a “curtain of white light”. The car began shuddering and they emerged to find themselves driving on the wrong side of the road.
When Wood and Wright arrived in the South Lanarkshire village of Tarbrax, where they were due to drop off a satellite TV system, they discovered that several hours were unaccounted for. Afterwards they underwent hypnosis sessions, with both men recalling an alien abduction scenario and being subjected to a medical-type examination.
A metallic disc-shaped craft was caught on camera as it hovered above Craigluscar Reservoir near Dunfermline, Fife, on February 19, 1994.
Ian Macpherson, a member of the local angling club and a keen artist, was taking photographs to assist with a painting he was working on. He was first alerted to something out of the ordinary by a humming noise, similar to that from high voltage power lines.
Macpherson describes a sudden uneasy feeling as he turned towards the water to see the object coming towards him. He stood frozen, watching it for more than 15 minutes.
According to his statement: “The craft came close enough for me to see that it was definitely metallic and had several points of diffused light on its underside, inside a darker coloured rim.“
It was only as the disc flew off at high speed that Macpherson felt able to raise his camera and take two photographs. He said: “The craft’s acceleration was phenomenal – by the time I’d wound the film on between the two shots, it was a mere dot in the sky.“
By his own admission, Macpherson had no interest in the subject of UFOs. Subsequent checks with the RAF, airports and the police, confirmed no known air traffic at the time.
Forestry worker Robert Taylor, below, found himself at the heart of one of Scotland’s most famous UFO mysteries when he stumbled across a “a huge flying dome” in a woodland clearing near Dechmont Law in Livingston on November 9, 1979.
As he approached the hovering object, two spheres, each about three feet wide with protruding metal spikes “similar to sea mines“, dropped down and raced towards him.
Taylor claimed to have experienced an acrid smell and the sensation of being dragged. He lost consciousness.
When Taylor awoke, disorientated and with a throbbing headache, the objects were gone. His trousers were ripped in peculiar fashion, and there were grazes on his legs and chin.
Police who accompanied Taylor back to the site found “ladder-shaped marks” in the soil where the craft was said to have hovered, and further marks following the path of the mine-like objects.
While it would later be suggested that he had suffered an epileptic seizure, mini-stroke or hallucinated after ingesting deadly nightshade berries, Taylor, who died in 2007, never sought publicity or financial gain – and always stood by every word of his account.
The case remains unique in British history as the only example of a UFO sighting becoming the subject of a criminal investigation.
The infrared videos, filmed from US Navy planes in 2004 and 2015, showed ‘unidentified aerial phenomena’ (UAPs), better known to the general public by their old name, unidentified flying object (UFO). The objects can be seen traversing the skies in unexplained manner and at extremely high speeds. Two of the videos contained the recordings of the communications by the pilots, who were clearly blown away by the velocity of the unknown aircraft.
The Department of Defense said it was making an official release “in order to clear up any misconceptions by the public on whether or not the footage that has been circulating was real, or whether or not there is more to the videos.”
The move was greenlit after “a thorough review,” which established that their release “does not reveal any sensitive capabilities or systems… and does not impinge on any subsequent investigations of military air space incursions by unidentified aerial phenomena,” Pentagon spokesperson Sue Gough pointed out.
The DoD has already confirmed that the clips were authentic, when Navy spokesman Joseph Gradisher said last September that they really featured UAPs. However, he pointed out that those videos were never authorized to be released to the public.
The Pentagon was opening up on the sightings of the ‘unidentified aerial phenomena’ in order to ‘destigmatize’ the whole issue and encourage the pilots to report the encounters with them – which turned out to be quite “frequent” – more willingly, Gradisher explained.
The three UFO videos were leaked online between December 2017 and March 2018 by a company co-founded by Tom DeLonge, a member of the punk band Blink-182, who is obsessed by finding signs of alien life.
The Pentagon ran a classified program to study UFO encounters between 2007 and 2012, which was pushed through by now-retired Senator Harry Reid (D-Nevada).
I’m glad the Pentagon is finally releasing this footage, but it only scratches the surface of research and materials available. The U.S. needs to take a serious, scientific look at this and any potential national security implications. The American people deserve to be informed. https://twitter.com/CBSNews/status/1254802527595515906 …
Pentagon formally releases 3 Navy videos showing “unidentified aerial phenomena” https://cbsn.ws/2KFa3bC
When they see a mysterious object hovering near a beach, these people spot four alien-like figures on board. They manage to communicate with them by waving and shining a torch towards them.