Old UFO Sighting At Atuel River Mendoza

Here's a quick old photo of a UFO spotted at the Atuel River in Mendoza. The witness said it was like a fireball flying across the sky. I wonder if this was just how bright the UFO was when in operation (glowing), or if it was actually in trouble and ultimately going to end up making a crash land somewhere in Argentina. Does anyone know the follow up to this sighting? I seem to have forgotten the picture takers name as it has been many years since this sighting.

Old UFO Sighting At Atuel River Mendoza

A Quick UFO Sighting August 2018 - Ohio

So many people are filming UFO's these days. Most of them consist of strange morphing objects or lights in the sky. This one is a weird cluster of flashing lights spotted while driving in Cincinnati Ohio, USA (August 2018). The clip is only 11 seconds long, but long enough to get a decent look at the object in question. So what do you think it is. A man made Government craft of some variety, or something more alien in origin. Comment below.

Opinion On Credible Alien Abductions

Sent in by Nana in response to the video (Top 4 Most Credible ALIEN ABDUCTIONS) embedded below. Personally, I think the people who tell their story's in the video are very credible.

Nana's view: In my honest opinion these stories are obviously fake. Not only do the people lie without a flinch in their eyes but the reporting is also properly disingenuous to start with. All the stories are told with the assumption that those people are very unlikely to lie about what happened. The most important fact that is missed and in the video is that none of these people actually brought forth evidence or any kind of verifiable proof to indeed show that what has happened to them is not just their delusions or their desire to fame and/or money. The first bloke is supposed to be honest because “his credentials back him up”? Since when is a respected professor unable to lie?

Is that a biological change to your body that happens once you become a “respected professor” and makes you unable to lie in order to reboot your failed professor life and get some fame? And the second case, an old man that was probably in the process of fighting Alzheimer's and/or Schizophrenia, who probably just tripped and fell, and got bruised pretty bad, tells us that he was attacked by an alien ship?


And the third guy, why are we supposed to believe him when he says for example that he hypnotized himself and that he discovered whatever generic alien story he spouts in order to get famous? “But why would an Air Force One serviceman with a promising career make something like this up?”. Maybe because he didn’t have a promising career, maybe he did make some money from all of this, I mean getting invited to speak at radio stations and whatnot isn’t done for free, or you know, maybe he just wanted the fame, after all, what’s stopping him from lying?

Obviously nothing that has stopped the guys from the fourth story from lying. They all related different experiences, sort of like when the event described hasn’t really happened and they just can’t remember all the details of the lie they planned to tell. That’s why the stories are most probably fake, because there is no evidence in support of them, only falsifiable and dishonest reports. As Carl Sagan once said, “Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence”.

The Second World War Nazi UFO Mythos

The year is 1945, and the Second World War draws near to completion. The allied powers have defeated Adolf Hitler and his Nazi forces, preventing them from carrying out their purported threat of global domination. The world rests easy knowing full well that the heavily propagandised “twisted plans” of the Nazi regime would never reach fruition. They say that history is written by the winners, and Hitler certainly didn't win the war. But does anyone really win in war? Except the profiteers of course. I mean, take WW2 for instance. Combining the soldiers and civilians of all the countries involved, Tens of Millions of lives were lost. Is that a win? Preventing the war to begin with would be a “win” for everyone.

Alien UFO? No, that's just the man made Avrocar Craft

And truth be told, let's not forget that Hitler did send certain Governments, most notably Winston Churchill, an offer of peace, which unfortunately fell on deaf ears. If the peace treaty would have been accepted millions of lives could have been saved. But it wasn't to be. WW2 took place, millions of lives were lost, and we can only hope that it doesn't ever happen again. Saying that, some parts of the world are currently going through their own WW3 right now, so if you are fortunate enough to be living in relative peace, be thankful. Back to history and the UFO Mythos. If Hitler would have won, just what exactly did Adolf Hitler and the Nazis have in store for the world? And what type of technology would have been used to carry out their plans?

According to a New York Times article dated before the end of World War II, it was reported that a "floating mystery ball" was a new Nazi weapon. Could this be the explanation people needed for the wave of flying saucer sightings during the late 1930's, carrying into the 1940s?

During the war, Allied fighter planes make their way over German territory when suddenly, mysterious, illuminated disc-shaped aircraft buzz around the fighter jets in what appears to be an act of intimidation. "What type of aircraft were these?", a question in all probability asked by the Allied fighter pilots. The mysterious saucer crafts outmanoeuvred the Allied bombers and displayed a level of sophistication and technological advancement that no such power on the Earth had been capable of at the time. The fighter pilots came to call these mysterious saucer-crafts, "Foo-fighters". But just what exactly were these Foo-Fighters and why were they protecting German territory during the war?

 Nazi UFO

If the Foo-Fighters were indeed Nazi flying discs, then how did the Germans come up with a technology well-situated beyond their years? According to a History Channel documentary detailing the Nazi UFO mythos, it was stated that the Nazis did indeed invent and even fly a saucer shaped aircraft which was powered by a vortex, whirlwind type engine. If such an engine existed, it would have displayed gyroscopic principles in flight. Perhaps this explains the impossible manoeuvring of the Foo-Fighters.

Even more perplexing a question is how the Germans fostered and developed a science that was incredibly outlandish compared to anything that had been created before it. Did the Germans come up with the idea on their own accord, or did they recover the technology from something else, vis-a-vis, a crashed flying saucer from a distant alien world? If indeed the Nazis had perfected their flying saucer technology, what came of the research and secret documents after the war had ended? The world may never know.

My UFO Experience

I'd Swear to This

f there's something that amazes me, it's that whenever I tell this story, how many people nod and say, "yeah, I've seen something like that".

One Saturday evening in October of 1975 myself and 3 friends were walking our dates home from a rollerskating party sponsored by our Catholic school. OK, well only one of us had a date, and it wasn't me, but we'd walk back from these rollerskating parties via the railroad tracks and hop over onto the street that the girl of our lucky friend lived on.

We'd wait while he walked her to the door and kick our sneakers talking about the party, or plans for the remainder of the weekend. Back then these always involved Baseball, you know, just kids stuff. This evening was no different up until the point we realized we were suddenly under a bright light. As it was a dark street, I wondered if a streetlight just popped on, this happened once in a while back then, there were no sodium type street lights the kind that brighten slowly.

When we all looked up, there was a huge, very bright, perfectly round, yellow light shining directly over our heads. At first we just couldn't speak. It appeared to be up about 50 to 100 feet or so, but who knows for sure. It was the same color yellow as a regular light bulb, and when one of us spoke, me at first, I said, "I know what that is, it's a helicopter, they have a big single lights like that". One of my friends pointed out, that helicopters make noise and move, and this was doing neither. I knew he was right and that I threw out the explanation more for comfort than anything else.

We continued to look up, and were really starting to get scared now after it sunk in that we had no idea what this was. One of us said, "let's just look away for a second and see what happens". We did that and when we looked back up again, it was gone, without a sound. It was just like someone turned off a light switch! It seemed like a few minutes that this thing was up there, probably for one to three minutes as we'd had time for that short conversation.

It definitely seemed as though we were being observed. On the way home we speculated as to what it was, theories ranged from a secret Govt. craft, to a message from God that we'd better straighten out (we were impressionable young Catholic schoolboys after all). For some reason, we never mentioned what I felt we all thought it really was, which was some kind of space ship.

I think we'd have felt like we would have lost a grip on reality if we'd said it out loud. It would be a great story if I could tell you that I woke up with memories of being abducted, or I had strange dreams for years to come, but none of that happened. As far as I remember, we never talked about it among the four of us again. Anyway, as a result, I've always been open minded to extra terrestrial life possibilities, but have never had any other major experiences. It's not the most exciting UFO story, but I'll tell you this, it's true.

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