Tag: MUFON

Pink Doughnut-Shaped Flying Object Spotted in the Skies of Ireland

by Nirmal Narayanan                    December 11, 2018                        (ibtimes.co.in)

• A bizarre video released by the ‘UFOmania’ YouTube channel shows a luminescent UFO, in the shape of a pink glazed doughnut hovering across the night skies over Ireland. (see 4:10 minute video below)

• The UFO looks spherical in shape from a distance, but when the camera gets zoomed in, the doughnut shape of the UFO becomes evident.

• YouTube commenters say that UFOs come in a variety of shapes; triangular flying saucers, cigar-shaped flying objects, and now these doughnut flying crafts. But skeptics have already classified this video as a manipulated hoax, or perhaps a night vision security camera.

• The video has been now submitted to the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON), which is verifying its authenticity.

 

A bizarre video apparently shot in Ireland and released online by conspiracy theory YouTube channel ‘UFOmania’ is now the hottest debating point among conspiracy theorists and extraterrestrial enthusiasts. The video shows a luminescent UFO, in the shape of a doughnut hovering across the night skies, and at the first glance, it literally looks otherworldly.

A doughnut in the skies?

The strange object in the skies seems static, and at no point in time, it makes any manoeuvres in the atmosphere. In the initial moments of the footage, the unidentified flying object spotted in the skies looked spherical in shape, but when the camera gets zoomed in, the real shape of the UFO becomes evident.

The video has been now submitted to MUFON (Mutual UFO Network), and their team is now apparently checking the authenticity of the video.

4:10 minute video of “Pink Doughnut” UFO over Ireland

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A Passenger Plane Filmed Huge UFO Over New York

by magictr                         November 29, 2018                          (sivpost.com)

• On November 23, 2018, a passenger in a commercial plane video recorded an orange glowing UFO over the state of New York. A copy of the recording was provided to MUFON (the Mutual UFO Network).  (see 2:02 minute video below)

 

The staff of Mufon has received the materials sent to witness events from the United States. The passenger of the plane captured on camera the flight of UFOs over New York, and was scared impressive dimensions of the object.

The author of the story published the video online, noting that for the first time faced with such a spectacle. Unusual alien spacecraft had the shape of a flying saucer, and was not going to hide from the eyes of people watching his maneuvers in the sky.

While researchers check information to find out the intentions of extraterrestrial visitors. The early inhabitants of the city were also afraid of the appearance UFO, which resembled a huge metal butterfly.

2:02 minute video of UFO over New York state 

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Looking To The Stars: D.C.’S Only UFO Investigator

by Isabel Lord                    October 12, 2018                        (georgetownvoice.com)

• In 1966, the Rev. Francis J. Heyden, S.J. was the head of Georgetown University’s astronomy department in Washington, D.C. Heyden believed it was possible for there to be more advanced beings out in the universe but suggested that sightings of them on this planet were unlikely. He explained his own UFO sighting as actually seeing a weather balloon. The Georgetown University Astronomical Society that Heyden formed has stated that it “does not believe in UFOs of extraterrestrial origin”. This is still the thinking of academics in the District of Columbia.

• Chase Kloetzke is DC’s newest and only active ufologist. After retiring from the Department of Defense in 1996, and with a degree in private investigation, Kloetzke became a MUFON field investigator studying UFO sightings across the country. Today, she is MUFON’s director of investigations, handling cases from all 50 states and 43 countries, and a lobbyist for the UFO fields at large. “I definitely believe there is an intelligence out there; whether it’s good or not, I don’t know,” said Kloetzke.

• “It’s difficult for any kind of observation here (in Washington, D.C.), because it’s so protected,” said Kloetzke, as the District is in a flight restriction zone. “Everybody’s looking down. They’re only looking up when they’re talking to somebody.” The fast pace of technological developments on Earth and secrecy surrounding nations’ space assets mean UFOs are getting harder to identify and explain. “It’s important that people know that we investigate reports, and we take it seriously,” she said. Kloetzke is hoping to build a network of DC-based investigators and is especially hoping to attract younger members because today’s youth do not consider the concept of aliens “weird.”.

• Kloetzke’s newest task is to bring the conversation on UFOs down from the skies and on to the desks of D.C. lawmakers. For her, that means presenting the latest UFO cases to the Hill (a political website and publication). Said Kloetzke. “You need to learn how D.C. works: It has its ways in, it has its protocols and the way things are done. Once you learn those, you can probably get the ear of the right person.” However, Kloetzke acknowledged that unless the case was recent and a threat, it is difficult to get lawmakers’ attention.

• As for Georgetown Astronomical Society’s “experts”, Georgetown physics professor Patrick Johnson is doubtful about UFO visits to Earth, largely due to logistical challenges. “I think statistically the universe is big enough that there are probably other living things out there,” Johnson said. “I am highly skeptical that any of them have been to Earth. They are almost certainly very far away, and so it would be very difficult for them to get to us. We see no evidence of advanced alien species on any of the planets in our solar system and so the next closest planet would be 4.5 light years away, and not that that is an insurmountable distance, but that would take a lot.” “Experiences people credit to extraterrestrials could have simple scientific or medical explanations,” he said, “such as sleep paralysis, epilepsy, and fluctuating levels of carbon monoxide.”

[Editor’s Note]   What else would a professor from a Jesuit institution like Georgetown University say if he wanted to keep his job? This is part of the Vatican/Deep State establishment that is responsible for hiding the truth from the world about UFOs, extraterrestrials, secret space programs, and suppressed advanced technologies in the first place. Godspeed Chase Kloetzke.

 

For two weekends in July 1952, D.C.’s skies were falling. Or, so it seemed.

Multiple reports of unexplained radar blips from airports around the District flooded news reports throughout the country. “SAUCERS SWARM IN OVER CAPITOL,” read Iowa’s Cedar Rapids Gazette. “Saucer Outran Jet, Pilot Reveals,” headlined The Washington Post.

Jump forward 14 years, and the Rev. Francis J. Heyden, S.J., head of Georgetown’s astronomy department, explained to the Los Angeles Times his own experience with an unidentified flying object, which he later realized was a weather balloon. UFO witnesses, he told the paper, “are not experiencing hallucinations; they are reasonably sane.” He believed it was possible for there to be more advanced beings out in the universe but suggested that sightings of them on this planet were unlikely.

                       Chase Kloetzke

Today, the Georgetown University Astronomical Society represents the remainder of Heyden’s astronomy department, which was closed in 1972 due to lack of funding. But as far as its opinion on extraterrestrial visits goes, not much has changed. “The Astronomical Society does not believe in UFOs of extraterrestrial origin,” the organization wrote in an email to the Voice.

As far as we know, this is the extent of Georgetown’s—and the District’s—relationship with unidentified flying objects.

Chase Kloetzke is looking to change that.

Kloetzke is the District’s newest and only active ufologist. Since 1996 she has volunteered for the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON), an international UFO-report investigating organization with over 5,000 members. She joined the nearly 50-year-old network after working for the Department of Defense, where she trained active duty and civilian anti-terrorist groups. With a degree in private investigation, Kloetzke began at MUFON as a field investigator, studying UFO sightings across the country and quickly rising to lead specialty task forces within the organization. Today, she is their director of investigations, handling cases from all 50 states and 43 countries, and a lobbyist for the UFO fields at large.

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