An astronomer who posts items under the YouTube tag r3alw0rld caught a fleet of UFOs leaving from the Moon on September 15, 2012.
In a brief statement accompanying his video, he said he was filming the Moon on September 15, 2012 with his telescope and a Canon EOS 600D camera when he spotted 13 orbs leaving from the Moon.
He believes that the craft were taking off from an alien base. What do you think?
There have been other videos of similar occurrence, but this holds up as one of the best so far.
(Editor's Note: On any video of the Moon taken from Earth, one has to wonder if the unknown objects are much nearer
the Earth than they look, or somewhere between Earth and the Moon. I'm not saying this is the case here, but it is something to ponder.
We are showing a portion of the video here. To see the entire file, go to: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CtyFQRkhW9g.)
Former Air Force Colonel Charles Halt Accuses Government of UFO Cover-up
Moderator Allan Palmer, CEO and executive director of the National Atomic Testing Museum; retired Air Force Col. Robert Friend; retired Air Force Col. William Coleman; retired Air Force Col. Charles Halt; former U.K. Ministry of Defense UFO investigator Nick Pope; and retired Army Col. John Alexander of Las Vegas.
Published: 3:14 AM 9/27/2012
By Robin Leach
The U.S. government has been accused of a long-running, massive cover-up of a secret agency that solely deals with evidence and information about UFOs and alien visitors, and the claim comes from several high-ranking military officers and a British secret agent who all gathered here over the weekend.
Among the audience of some 200 at the Smithsonian’s National Atomic Testing Museum were my UFO expert pal Lee Spiegel from AOL/Huffington Post and his Sci-Fi TV channel friends Ben McGee of “Chasing UFOs,” Ben Hansen from “Fact or Faked” and “Poltergeist” author Mark Victor.
Lee told me that the bold accusation about the government’s secret UFO agency was made by former Air Force Col. Charles Halt, saying: “I’m firmly convinced there’s an agency, and there is an effort to suppress.” Two former Air Force officers who were part of Project Blue Book, the official military UFO investigation in the 1950s and ’60s, and a former investigator with Britain’s Ministry of Defense also were on the panel “Military UFOs: Secrets Revealed.”
I joined the group the night before the panel at a dinner at the museum, which houses the controversial Area 51 exhibit. I was impressed with their reputations, military standings and convictions on the subject sometimes scoffed and scorned by others. These were distinguished and serious-thinking military men with their own UFO experiences.
Col. Halt himself when a U.K. military base commander at RAF Bentwater was one of numerous eyewitnesses to several UFOs.
“I’ve heard many people say that it’s time for the government to appoint an agency to investigate,” he said. “Folks, there is an agency, a very close-held, compartmentalized agency, that’s been investigating this for years, and there’s a very active role played by many of our intelligence agencies that probably don’t even know the details of what happens once they collect the data and forward it.
“In the last couple of years, the British have released a ton of information, but has anybody ever seen what their conclusions were or heard anything about Bentwater officially? When the documents were released, the timeframe when I was involved in the incident is missing. Nothing else is missing.” The colonel says he’s kept in a lockbox copies of tapes, notes and diaries from the experience.
Lee told me: “The lecture panel members didn’t always see eye-to-eye on the details of specific UFO cases, but one common thread ran through them.”
Museum CEO and Executive Director Allan Palmer, who had a distinguished and decorated jet fighter career in the Air Force and Navy, added: “They’ve all been dedicated to serving our country and been very serious about it. These are not flaky people; they’ve all held very responsible positions with high-level security clearances. They’re not the kind of people who tend to imagine things or go off on a wild tangent. They’re very professional.”
British Agent Nick Pope, who noted that he had all British UFO publications sent to P.O. Box 007 in London, said that although there was no “spaceship in a hangar” smoking gun, the lecture was the real deal. “This is an insight from people who have looked at this mysterious and infuriating subject for the government.
“This is a panel of people who indisputably and genuinely have done this for the government and the military. There was a wave of sightings throughout the U.K., where most of the witnesses were Royal Air Force pilots, some of whom chased these things, and many radar operatives tracked them.”
Retired Army Col. John Alexander, a Las Vegas resident and former top-level military insider with the Advanced Theoretical Physics Group, reported several intriguing UFO cases involving pilots and added: “UFOs are real, and it is a global phenomenon -- not something that just happens in the U.S. We need to make it permissible for scientists to discuss and research these topics.”
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Alien Abduction Proven - The Cooper Encounter
Published: 12:08 PM 9/26/2012
By Stan Hernandez
Last week, I met Alex Cooper, a 59 year old construction worker in Boise, Idaho. He contacted me through Russell Tetrault, the famous UFO expert and debunker of thousands of claims, as well as a person that has given the world some of its most compelling evidence of alien visitation.
Cooper gave the following story to me in a face to face at my home in New Mexico:
“I was going to work at my other job. I work construction but we have down time and during that time, I work at a convenience store, third shift.
I want to say that I never believed in UFOs, aliens, abduction; any of that, and so I wasn’t going into this with any preconceived notions. I was driving my pick up and these bright lights came down upon me.
I initially thought that they were helicopters, like police choppers looking for a bad guy, but the light was so bright that I drove off the road into a ditch.
I have a vague recollection of small dark figures surrounding me and then I woke up, six hours later with a lot of nasty-grams on my voice mail from my employer.
I didn’t know what happened, but I was missing my t-shirt. I had everything on that I had before, but not my t-shirt. It was just a normal white t-shirt and somehow, they forgot it. I’m sure it’s on the floor of their craft up there.
So, I got written up and sat at home with my wife and had a very hard time telling her what I thought had happened to me. I eventually spoke to a psychologist and they referred me to Dr. Leonard Michaels, who does hypnotic regressionthe right way.
He extracted details about my abduction and the operation that they performed, which left a scar. The aliens extracted various bodily fluids from my body, and hair samples.
They also communicated that they meant me no harm and had done this to me before. I was in shock. I spoke to my mother and she noted that as a child I had mentioned ‘little friends’ and ‘space ships, making me believe that they were taking an interest in me from a very early age.
At this point, Russell Tetrault along with voice stress analysis expert, Francisco Marchetti, recorded the conversation (approximately 3 hours) and analyzed it for deceptions. Here are the findings of Marchetti:
“At no point did the subject prove deceptive. He completely believes what he is saying and, in my opinion, he is telling the truth. He is being totally honest.”
Russell Tetrault went on to say: “This is one of the greatest pieces of evidence supporting alien abduction. I look forward to presenting this to my group and the rest of the world. Regardless of motive, they have no right to do this to human kind.”
UFO Encountered by Woman Motorist - Unmarked SUV at Scene
Published: 12:24 PM 9/26/2012
Tulsa, Oklahoma - 09-25-12
I pulled out of my parking lot driving north to get something to eat about 6:45 when I saw something in the sky to the west of me.
I watched it while I was driving, but trees kept getting in the way so I pulled over into a lot and watched the object.
My first thought was that it was a plane crashing. It had a oval-like silver body with what looked like two white trail clouds coming out of it which with the body formed a triangle.
Because of the trails I thought then it might be a meteor. I watched the object for a period of 4-5 minutes when it dawned on me that the object wasnt moving at all.
It had the appearance of a falling object, but it never moved. I started fumbling in my purse for my phone to call my husband and get his advice on what it was but I couldn't find it.
I looked away for about 2 seconds to check the pocket only to find the phone wasn't there. I looked back up in the sky and the object had disappeared and a jet was in the sky headed to where the object was.
The object left no trail, or visible marks in the sky, it just disappeared. Disappointed, I continued to drive north and pulled into a parking lot hoping maybe I could see it from a different angle.
I still couldn't see it but noticed a black unmarked SUV with tinted windows and a plain white license plate (not marked with a state) that just had BOX CAR on it.
I could just see a man inside looking to the west, so I started slowly driving towards him so I could ask if he had seen what I had seen. He looked into his rear view mirror and sped off when he saw me coming.
I grew up in a townhouse in the suburbs of Washington from the time I was born until I was around 14. There is a man-made lake that was built right around the same time as the house I grew up in, around 1977.
This lake has a floodplain on the side closest to where I lived, which for as long as I could remember had thick, green grass that was rarely cut and would actually scrape my legs up in the summer when I would wear shorts.
One day, I would say I would say around 1985, a large portion of the field's grass suddenly looked black as if it had been scorched by fire. As with anything else unusual back then it attracted all the neighborhood kids to see what it was about.
Anyway the rumor was that some kids had seen a UFO circle the lake, then land in the field, then take off again.
I clearly remember the smell of burnt metal; similar to what is produced from a grinder. I recalled this event after seeing a show on about UFOs and there was a person giving testimony about the experience and it hit home to me that those kids may not have been making it up.
Well today I took my father to a doctor’s appointment nearby and decided to kill some time by seeing the old neighborhood. When I walked out to the lake across the field, what would you know; after 25 years what grass there is growing in that area still has this strange black appearance to it.
The grass remained dark and discolored for as long as I was living there, until 1991 or so.
I know this is a flimsy story, but I just wonder how long trace evidence of radiation could remain.
Feel free to email me if someone may be further interested. By the way I have never seen a UFO with my own eyes as far as I know but I have good enough logic to know when there is a disproportional amount of eyewitnesses to a phenomenon.
Royal Lake sometimes called Lake Royal, Burke, VA .
1951 - Alien Craft Shoots Ray at American Soldiers in Korea
Published: 12:50 AM 9/28/2012
Korea - 1951
"This event that I am about to relate to you is the truth, so help me God. It happened in the early spring of 1951 in Korea. We were in the Army infantry, 25th Division, 27th Regiment, 2nd Battalion, 'Easy' Company. We were in what is known on the military maps as the Iron Triangle, near Chorwon.
"It is night. We are located on the slopes of a mountain, below [which] there is a Korean village. Previously we have sent our men into this village to warn the populace that we are going to bombard it with artillery. On this night, we were doing just that. We had aerial artillery bursts coming in.
"We suddenly noticed on our right-hand side what appeared to be a jack-o-lantern come wafting down across the mountain. And at first no one thought anything about it. So we noticed that this thing continued on down to the village to where, indeed, the artillery air bursts were exploding. It had an orange glow in the beginning. We further noticed that this object was [so] quick that it could get into the center of an airburst of artillery and yet remain unharmed.
"[The] time element on this, I would say, [was] anywhere from, oh, forty-five minutes to an hour, all told.
"But then this object approached us; and it turned a blue-green brilliant light. It's hard to distinguish the size of it; there's no way to compare it. The light was pulsating. This object approached us.
"I asked for and received permission from Lt. Evans, our company commander at that time, to fire upon this object, which I did with an M-1 rifle with armor-piercing bullets. And I did hit it. It must have been metallic because you could hear when the projectile slammed into it.
"Now why would that bullet damage this craft if the artillery rounds didn't? I don't know, unless they had dropped their protective field around them, or whatever. But the object went wild, and the light was going on and off. It went off completely once, briefly. And it was moving erratically from side to side as though it might crash to the ground. Then, a sound -- we had heard no sound previous to this -- the sound of, like, diesel locomotives revving up. That's the way this thing sounded.
"And then, we were attacked. We were swept by some form of a ray that was emitted in pulses, in waves that you could visually see only when it was aiming directly at you. That is to say, like a searchlight sweeps around and... you would see it coming at you. Now you would feel a burning, tingling sensation all over your body, as though something was penetrating you.
"So the company commander, Lt. Evans, hauled us into our bunkers. We didn't know what was going to happen. We were scared. These are underground dugouts where you have peep holes to look out to fire at the enemy. So, I'm in my bunker with another man. We're peeping out at this thing. It hovered over us for a while, lit up the whole area with its light, and then I saw it shoot off at a 45 degree angle, that quick, just there and gone. That quick. And it was as though that was the end of it.
"But, three days later the entire company of men had to be evacuated by ambulance. They had to cut roads in there and haul them out. They were too weak to walk. They had dysentery. Then subsequently, when the doctors did see them, they had an extremely high white blood cell count which the doctors could not account for.
"Now in the military, especially the Army, each day you file a company report. We had a confab about that. Do we file it in the report or not? And the consensus was 'No.' Because they'd lock every one of us up and think we were crazy. At that time, no such thing as a UFO had ever been heard of, and we didn't know what it was.
"I still don't know what it was. But I do know that since that time I have periods of disorientation, memory loss, and I dropped from 180 pounds to 138 pounds after I got back to this country. And I've had great difficulty keeping my weight up. Indeed, I'm retired and disabled today." - John Timmerman, J. Allen Hynek Center For UFO Studies.