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UFOs Have A Kind Of Route Through The Mountainous Areas Of Costa Rica

by Rico                        October 3, 2018                     (qcostarica.com)

• Alejandro Sáenz and his wife, Cindy Picado, live near a mountain ridge in San Isidro de Heredia, Costa Rica (in Central America). From their home, they regularly see Unidentifed Flying Objects along the mountain ridge, which seem to follow a ‘flight plan’. They’ve recorded these UFOs (not necessarily of extraterrestrial origin) with many video and photographs, and have even created a website featuring these images. “We always get up at dawn to take pictures,” said Sáenz. (see 3:34 minute video below)

• “In pure observation, we have been able to determine that they use the peaks of the mountains as highways, they pass over the mountain ranges, these points serving as guides,” says Sáenz. “We have already seen them several times bordering the entire perimeter to reach a certain altitude, very close to the mountain, we calculate at about eighty meters.”

• Sáenz speculates that the UFOs use the volcanoes along the mountain ridge to refuel their spacecraft. “We do not know it with certainty because it is only a theory, but there are many possibilities that these flying objects follow previously traced routes and recharge energy on the road. The mountains, the volcanoes and the hills are known as energetic places, where it is assumed that their ships can be supplied with energy,” he said.

 

This is no joke. Unidentified flying objects (UFOs) – objetos voladores no identificados (ovnis) in Spanish – apparently have a flight route established in Costa Rica and use it often, this according to Alejandro Sáenz, an amateur ufologist who has often seen objects in the sky and his wife, Cindy Picado, who regularly observe and photograph the flying objects from their home located in San Isidro de Heredia.

Sáenz, an architect by profession, says he records his sightings in photos and videos of the peaks of some mountains used by the aliens ships as orientation guides, routes, which according to him, intensify in the month of September, the month with more sightings of the usual.

“They emerge from the Barva volcano, from there they head to the Zurquí, then to the Turrialba volcano and Irazú. Then they pass through La Carpintera and descend on Pico Blanco in Escazú and the wind turbines of Santa Ana,” Sáenz said.

          Alejandro Sáenz and his wife,
          Cindy Picado

The architect commented that he has pictures of UFOs in each of those places, taken with a Nikon Coolpix 900 camera with a 125x digital zoom. He explained that in his house he has a room with a balcony facing east, to be able to take the opportunity to be aware of the movements of the flying objects.

“From there we look towards the Turrialba and the Irazú volcanoes. We always get up at dawn to take pictures,” he said.

Another room in the house has a view to the south, so from there he locates the other sites he mentioned. He, along with his wife, Cindy Picado, have taken many pictures of UFOs and have a website where they usually share those images.

“In pure observation, we have been able to determine that they use the peaks of the mountains as highways, they pass over the mountain ranges, these points serving as guides. We have already seen them several times bordering the entire perimeter to reach a certain altitude, very close to the mountain, we calculate at about eighty meters,” he explained.

UFO phenomenon investigator, Max Cordero, said that there is a high probability that what Saenz says is true.

3:34 minute video of UFO flying above the mountain ridge line in Costa Rica

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West Lothian Council Create ‘UFO Trail’ at Site of Famous Close Encounter

September 30, 2018                   (scotsman.com)

• In November 1979, Bob Taylor was left injured and traumatized after encountering a UFO in the Dechmont Woods outside of Livingston, West Lothian, Scotland (just west of Edinburgh). Now the encounter will be officially recognized by the West Lothian Council with a “UFO trail” in those woods, with marker posts and a display board in the woods to point the way for visitors to see the spot where the incident occurred.

• On that day in 1979, Taylor, a forestry worker, was walking through the forest with his dog when he came across a large dome shaped craft hovering in a clearing. Suddenly, two smaller spheres with spikes protruding from them came out and grabbed his legs, dragging him towards the craft. Taylor recalls smelling an acrid odor and a hissing sound before passing out and woke up twenty minutes later, dragging himself back to his truck which mysteriously wouldn’t start.

• Taylor managed to walk a mile back to his house. His trousers were ripped and he had grazes on his chin and thighs. Upon seeing his disheveled state, his wife called police and a doctor came out to check him over. Forensic tests on Taylor’s clothes showed it was likely they had been ripped by a sharp upward pull, such as a mechanical device. Police initially treated the incident as an assault, but after visiting the scene they discovered two “ladder” indentations on the ground and forty small circular holes that followed the path of the mine-like objects.

• Tom Conn, Executive Councillor for the Environment, said, “The Dechmont Woods encounter is Scotland’s most famous alleged UFO incident, and has featured in a number of books and TV programmes.” Dechmont Woods is the only officially recognized UFO site in Scotland, and the only UFO incident in the UK that resulted in a criminal investigation. It made headlines around the world.

• Mr Taylor, who was well respected in the local community, never deviated from his story right up until his death in 2007 aged 88.

 

The scene of a close encounter with a UFO is set to attract visitors from across the world after being officially recognised by a council.

West Lothian Council has created a “UFO trail” in woods where a forestry worker claimed he was attacked by a craft from outer space almost 40 years ago.

It remains the only such incident in the UK to have led to a criminal investigation and made headlines around the world.

Bob Taylor said he was left injured and traumatised after the close encounter in Dechmont Law Woods in Livingston in November 1979.

He claimed he was walking through the forest with his dog when he came across a large dome shaped craft hovering in a clearing. He said two smaller spheres with spikes protruding from them came out and grabbed his legs before dragging him towards the larger object.

He recalled smelling an acrid smell and a hissing sound before passing out and woke up 20 minutes later, dragging himself back to his truck which mysteriously wouldn’t start. He managed to walk a mile back to his house. On seeing his dishevelled state, his wife called police and a doctor came out to check him over. His trousers were ripped and he had grazes on his chin and thighs. Police initially treated the incident as an assault but after visiting the scene, they discovered two “ladder” indentations on the ground and 40 small circular holes that followed the path of the mine-like objects.

Forensic tests on his clothes showed it was likely they had been ripped by a sharp upward pull, such as a mechanical device.

Various theories have been put forward to explain the bizarre encounter, from an epileptic seizure to the planet Venus.

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UFOs Around the World: New Zealand

by Robbie Graham                    September 29, 2018                      (mysteriousuniverse.org)

• In this installment of ‘UFOs Around the World’, Robbie Graham visits New Zealand to talk to author and founder of the UFOCUS NZ Research Network (for UFO sightings), Suzy Hansen, and Harvard professor Dr. Rudy Schild. UFOCUS NZ is currently the only active UFO sighting investigation and research group in New Zealand.

• In addition to herself, Hansen says that the most active and prominent New Zealander researchers were Fred and Phyllis Dickeson, Harold Fulton, Harvey Cooke, and currently, the Dickeson’s son Bryan Dickeson. The Dickesons were former NZ Air Force personnel who worked tirelessly to publicize UFO sighting investigation data, established nationwide discussion groups and published the UFO magazines Satcu and Xenolog. Bryan continued to investigate UFO sightings in the 70’s and 80’s. Bryan has recently digitized some 6,500 New Zealand UFO sightings from his parents’ research material for the UFOCUS NZ’s website.

• Hansen considers the Kaikoura Lights sightings of 1978/79 as the most compelling of NZ sightings. These anomalous lights were seen by pilots, filmed, and recorded by Wellington Airport radar, although the NZ government and mainstream scientists tried to debunk the incident. The 16mm film was sold to a media company in the US, never to be seen again.

• While the NZ government refrains from official comment on UFOs, the NZ Prime Minister and many governmental departments did investigate the Kaikoura Lights. There was an official UFO investigative unit within the government until 1976, but it was ended when the government declared that UFOs posed no military threat. But whenever they did investigate an incident, they told witnesses that if they went to the media the government would deny any knowledge.

• The New Zealand Government and Ministry of Defence have largely taken their lead from the US, Australia, and British governments in terms of limited transparency and information on UFOs. In 2009, the New Zealand Chief of Defence Force, Lt Gen Jerry Maeparae informed Hansen that two Defence officers had been assigned “the task of assessing classified files in relation to this topic, with a view of the classification”. Most government and military UFO reports remain classified, however.

• The most prolific UFO sightings occurred in the Gisborne/East Cape area of the North Island during what came to be known as the ‘Gisborne UFO flap’ of 1977 to 1980. Hansen notes that a significant number of UFO sightings were reported beginning just 10 days before the massive Christchurch earthquake in 2011, and continuing through to several weeks after the after-shocks had settled down.

• After 44 years of UFO research investigating hundreds of sightings and thousands of witnesses, Hansen believes that many of these UFO incidents occurred for a reason or purpose controlled by the occupants of the UFOs themselves. Science is now validating the physics behind UFOs, and of course we now know there are plenty of habitable planets out there with similar attributes to Earth. Hansen says that it is only a matter of time until we truly understand why we’ve been visited for centuries by other beings.

 

Over the next several weeks, I’ll be conducting interviews with leading UFO researchers from countries around the world in an effort to paint a picture of global UFOlogy today.

This week, our global UFO trek takes us to New Zealand, and to Suzy Hansen, an author, researcher, experiencer, and former professional educationist. Suzy is the author of The Dual Soul Connection: The Alien Agenda for Human Advancement, with contributions by Dr. Rudy Schild, Emeritus Professor of Astrophysics, Harvard/Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, Cambridge, USA.

Suzy is also the founding Director of the UFOCUS NZ Research Network(NZ UFO sightings), and coordinator of Communicator Link (advocacy & support for experiencers/abductees). She was instrumental in lobbying for the release of the NZ MoD UFO Files in 2010/11. She has been lecturing internationally for more than 20 years and has featured in numerous interviews, articles and documentaries.

                     Suzy Hansen

RG: Who have been the defining figures in New Zealand UFOlogy over the past 70 years (for better or for worse), and why?

SH: The most active and prominent researchers in my opinion were Fred and Phyllis Dickeson, Harold Fulton, Harvey Cooke (all gone now), and currently, the Dickeson’s son Bryan and I guess—myself!
The Dickesons were former NZ air force personnel who worked tirelessly to publicise UFO sighting investigation data. They established nationwide discussion groups and published the UFO magazines Satcu and Xenolog. They also hosted well-known UFO personalities to NZ, including author Erich von Daniken and contactee George Adamski.

Bryan Dickeson investigated UFO sightings throughout the ‘70s and ‘80s, and spoke at early New Zealand UFO conferences. He is also a trained regression therapist and investigated New Zealand’s first publicised abduction experience. Bryan now resides in Australia and has contributed significantly to Australia’s UFO research too. He has recently digitised some 6,500 New Zealand UFO sightings from his parents’ research material, which will soon be available to the public on UFOCUS NZ’s website.

The late Harold Fulton was also ex-air force and investigated some of New Zealand’s most significant UFO events along with the other researchers I have mentioned. His focus was on aviation sightings and his data was meticulous and scientific.

The late Harvey Cooke was perhaps the “Mr Personality” of UFO research here, and, although he never had a UFO sighting himself, his passion and enthusiasm for the subject was endless. Harvey contributed significantly through TV and radio interviews, organising conferences, and he ran one of the world’s longest-standing UFO groups for 55 years. His memory for names and dates was legendary.

RG: What do you consider to be the most compelling NZ UFO incident on record, and why?

SH: Without a doubt, the Kaikoura Lights sightings of 1978/79 are the most renowned NZ sightings. The two main sightings that occurred in December 1978/79 were captured on film, seen visually by pilots and a film crew onboard one of the flights, and appeared on Wellington Airport radar and the radar of the two Argosy aircraft involved. These anomalous lights were observed by many members of the public as well over a period of weeks.

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