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by: Murdock Acharya
The Belgium UFO Wave, Mexico City Eclipse and Phoenix Lights
From 1989 to 1990 in Belgium, a large object with lights was witnessed by hundreds of individuals, including police, air force personnel and air traffic controllers, as in the video below.
Skeptics claim that the Belgium UFO flap has been debunked and that the supposed “UFO” was a “polystyrene fake.” Such explanations likely will fail to impress those who witnessed this purported hoax, including the policemen, air traffic controllers and pilots.
During an eclipse in Mexico City on July 11, 1991, a UFO was witnessed and filmed by hundreds of people as they gazed up at the sky.
A sighting similar to that in Belgium occurred in 1997, called the “Phoenix Lights,” which has garnered a great deal of attention and was seen by a multitude of people, including air traffic personnel and major politicians. This story is so impressive that it is featured in National Geographic’s “Secret History of UFOs,” which provides a neutral and important chronicle of the various legends and sightings over the past several decades.
In this regard, the former governor of Arizona, Fife Symington, said of the Phoenix lights phenomenon, which he himself witnessed: “I suspect that, unless the Defense Department proves it otherwise, it was some form of an alien spacecraft.”
“The former governor of Arizona said he suspects the hoenix lights phenomenon was ‘some form of an alien spacecraft.'”
It should be noted that skeptics claim the “Phoenix Lights” – purportedly two separate Pevents – have been exposed as flares and planes. Eyewitnesses respond that such a claim itself cannot be sustained, as they know what flares look like, and these objects did not behave like flares. Moreover, witnesses likewise take exception with the idea that the sightings are the result of Cessnas flying in formation.
As concerns possible alien abductions, NatGeoTV has a show called “Chasing UFOs,” in which investigators travel around the country to interview witnesses and make observations. For example, “Chasing UFOs” highlights the story of purported UFO abductee Travis Walton, whose bizarre tale involved several witnesses to the UFO activity that preceded his alleged abduction. Although skeptics maintain doubt about it, Walton’s story has stayed consistent throughout decades of investigation and exploration, including a sensationalized account in a major film, “Fire in the Sky” and such interviews as this one by NatGeo. I have communicated personally with Travis, and I am certainly in no position to label him a liar.
The “Experts” Speak
Over the past few decades, several excellent researchers have followed the lead of the fringe element and produced insights into the potential reality behind the tales and the sightings. Despite being ignored by mainstream media, these credentialed and credible experts have managed to evince effectively that UFOs are real, extraterrestrials are here and abductions are occurring, among other “alien” behavior. Some of these “experts,” however, may be disinfo agents, and this field is rampant with fraud and hoaxes, so, again, caution must be taken.
In 2010, the respected scientist Dr. Michio Kaku put his considerable hat into the ring by stating definitely that some objects in the sky, about 5% of sightings, are clearly unidentified and that they behave oddly or “spookily.” At that time, Dr. Kaku was discussing the book by researcher Leslie Kean entitled, UFOs: Generals, Pilots and Government Officials Go On the Record, which Kaku says is “bound to set the gold standard for UFO research.” Relates Kaku:
We’re talking about generals, we’re talking about airforce pilots, we’re talking about governors of states, that claim, “Hey, this is beyond our understanding of the laws of physics.”
“We’re talking about generals, airforce pilots and governors of states.”
Kean’s book contains dozens of these sightings by numerous sober individuals with positions of authority.
Astronauts and UFOs
Among the authorities and professionals who have witnessed UFOs are NASA astronauts, including Buzz Aldrin, Gordon Cooper, Donald Slayton, Robert White, Joseph A. Walker, Eugene Cernan, Ed White, James McDivitt, James Lovell, Frank Borman, Neil Armstrong, Maurice Chatelain and Scott Carpenter.
An article in Discovery magazine entitled “Apollo Astronaut Chats About UFO, Alien Belief” recounts that Apollo 14 astronaut Dr. Edgar Mitchell has discussed openly the much debated event at Roswell, New Mexico, and is a firm believer that the crash involved a spacecraft and aliens. Says Mitchell:
My major knowledge comes from what I call the old-timers, people who were at Roswell and subsequent who wanted to clear the things up and tell somebody credible even though they were under severe threats and things – this was back in the Roswell days. Having gone to the moon and being a local citizen out in the Roswell area some of them thought I would be a safe choice to tell their story to, which they did. Even though the government put real clamps on everybody, it got out anyhow.
Subsequent to that, I did take my story to the Pentagon – not NASA, but the Pentagon – and asked for a meeting with the Intelligence Committee of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and got it. And told them my story and what I know and eventually had that confirmed by the admiral that I spoke with, that indeed what I was saying was true….
…There was a UFO crash. There was an alien spacecraft.
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