Wednesday February 17, 2010
In my wake up dream I was on a UFO peacefully gazing out into space, the dark sky filled with bright stars and other celestial objects. The window had a huge panoramic view as I stood there feeling I was back where I belonged.
A male stood to my left though I am not sure who he was. I turned to him and asked, "Is it day or night? Do you have the time?"
"Out here there is no day or night," he replied. "Time doesn't matter."
In my heart I knew I was not returning to Earth and life as it exists on the planet. It was time to go home - a place where linear time no longer exists.
That afternoon in Brooklyn
My friend Mike, an abductee, took me out for my birthday. A strong feeling came over us to return to Coney Island, West 22 Street near the Boardwalk, where I grew up, and have blogged about on several occasions.
As I stood there, snow started falling, but just around me, really weird when I realized it. At first I thought it was snow drifting from the ground, but it wasn't, Mike laughing as he described what he saw.
For a second I closed my eyes. I 'saw' a square envelope made of linen paper, the kind used for a formal invitation. Mike and I were being invited somewhere. The invitation opened slightly but not all the way, meaning it wasn't time for the event to happen, but it would manifest in the physical soon.
Thursday February 18, 2010
In the news we find more disclosure from the UK as the truth about human origins inches its way into human consciousness, more people believe, thus coming into greater understanding. It is all part of disclosure/closure a.k.a. 2012.
Britain's Churchill demanded UFO briefing: secret files PhysOrg - February 18, 2010
The man, who reported the incident to police, was sick the next day and also developed a skin condition. "First sighting seemed like a massive star moving towards the car," the previously top secret police report said. "Having stopped the car and switched the lights off, the light encircled the car, remaining for perhaps five minutes. "(The man) was able to walk through the light which was very bright. There was no sound, no aircraft or helicopter noise, and besides feeling ill (he) was very frightened."
The newly released files span 6,000 pages and cover the period 1994 to 2000. They were released alongside another file dating back to 1952 which showed then British prime minister Winston Churchill requesting a briefing on UFOs from his secretary of state for air. "What does all this stuff about flying saucers amount to? What can it mean? What is the truth? Let me have a report at your convenience," he wrote.
In the reply, Churchill was told that alleged UFO sightings could be explained by earthly phenomena such as optical illusions, mistaken identification of planes, birds and balloons and deliberate hoaxes.
The more recent files detailed reams of other UFO spottings. A policeman said he saw one flying over Chelsea Football Club's Stamford Bridge ground in southwest London in 1999, while a man in Birmingham, central England, saw a blue triangle hovering over his garden late one night in 1997. That alleged alien craft flew off quickly, leaving behind a "silky-white" substance on nearby treetops which the man collected in a jam jar.
One UFOlogist, David Clarke of Sheffield Hallam University in northern England, said the latest files showed how the shape of reported flying saucers had changed in recent decades. This could be linked to sci-fi television shows and films like "The X Files" and "Independence Day", he said. "One interpretation could be that the latest advances in technology may be influencing what people see in the sky," he said.
Britain releases new UFO files CNN - February 18, 2010
Thursday's release is the largest so far, totaling more than 6,000 pages of material from 1994 to 2000. The files include a sighting by a man in Birmingham, England, in March 1997. He said he came home from work at 4 a.m. to see a large blue triangle-shaped craft hovering over his back garden. It was silent but caused dogs in the neighborhood to bark, the report said. It "shot off and disappeared" after about three minutes, the report said, leaving behind a "silky-white substance" on the treetops, some of which he saved in a jar. It was not clear what happened to the jar and its contents.
Another document, from January 1997, is about a man driving home through south Wales one night when he saw "a 'tube of light' coming down from the sky," which at first seemed like a "massive star" coming toward him. The man's mobile phone and car radio failed, the report said, and the man got out of his car and was able to walk through the light. It said he got back in his car but started feeling sick, and he soon developed a skin condition for which he had to see a doctor. His car was left covered in dirt and dust, the report said.
Other reports are about sightings by groups of people, including one from August 1997 in which five members of a fishing trawler in the North Sea reported seeing a round, flat, shiny object hovering in the sky. They saw it both with the naked eye and through binoculars, with the report noting, "witness very skeptical of UFOs." They tracked the object on their radar for several seconds before it vanished, the report said. Police officers in Boston, England, and Skegness - both on England's east coast, caught a UFO on video at the same time that the Royal Air Force (RAF) detected an "unidentified blip" on their radar, the files show.
It happened in October 1996, when the officers saw "strange rotating red, blue, green and white flashing lights in the sky," the report said. A ship in The Wash, a bay near Boston, also saw the lights, and at the same time RAF air defense radars picked up the blip over Boston, the report said.
Press coverage of the incident led the RAF to look into the lights, later identifying some as stars and bright planets, and attributing the radar blip to a "permanent echo" created by a nearby church spire.
The release highlights how the reported shapes of UFOs have changed during the past half-century, the National Archives said. Many of the reports in the latest file describe UFOs as big, black and triangular, whereas reports from the 1940s and '50s tended to be about saucers or disc-shaped objects, they said.
"In the 1950s the next big leap in technology was thought to be a round craft that took off vertically, and it's intriguing to note that this is the same period when people began to report seeing 'flying saucers' in the sky," said David Clarke, author of a book called The UFO Files and a journalism lecturer at Sheffield Hallam University. He pointed out that in the years covered by the latest file release, triangle-shaped U.S. stealth bombers and Aurora spy planes featured heavily on TV shows like "The X-Files" and movies like Independence Day.
"It's impossible to prove a direct link between what people are reading and watching and what they report as UFOs, but one interpretation could be that the latest advances in technology may be influencing what people see in the sky," he said.
A craving for chocolate may have influenced another sighting, that of a "Toblerone-shaped" UFO hovering over Annandale, Scotland, in July 1994. The Toblerone is a triangular-shaped Swiss chocolate candy bar. The files include a sketch of the object, which showed it as 35-40 feet long and about 20 feet wide. It hovered silently about 10 feet above a field with no lights and was "observed for at least 40 minutes," the report said.
The release also contains several incidents involving UFOs and aircraft, such as a near-miss that happened in January 1995 when a British Airways Boeing 737 was approaching Manchester airport. The captain and a crew member saw the object, but an investigation by the Civil Aviation Authority failed to identify it, the report said. An airliner near Glasgow Airport saw white and red flashing lights in December 1996, but the report simply concluded there was no RAF activity in the area at the time.
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