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Fisherman in Guernsey Spots a UFO

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Article by Richard Heath                     September 24, 2019                     (jerseyeveningpost.com)

• In the evening of September 22nd, Ashraf Elsergany was fishing in L’Ancresse Bay in Guernsey, UK (in the English Channel just off of Normandy France), when he when he saw a bright, orange, spinning object in the sky.

• Elsergany said, “It was a very still night, the water was as clear as glass, there was no wind and no-one else around.” “I was… in the water fishing on my own” when a square orange light appeared above the rocks at the far left-hand-side of the bay. “It was quite big and was moving from left to right and spinning and rotating,” said Elsergany. “I didn’t think it was a flying saucer but I definitely thought it was something.”

• “I thought ‘wow this is really amazing’, so I pulled out my phone and started recording it.” With the object being so far away, Elsergany zoomed in on his phone as far as he could. “Suddenly there’s this whirring noise, like air getting sucked out of the sky.” “Then the light disappears, just like that – it goes upwards and vanishes into thin air.”

• Well and truly ‘freaked out’, Elsergany packed up his fishing gear and returned home to watch the footage he captured. “To physically see and hear it made my hair stand on end and sent shivers down my spine,” he said. (see 55-second video below)

• Elsergany was confident it was not an aircraft. There were no flashing lights. The noise was too loud for something so far away for it to be a helicopter. It moved unlike any flying object he had seen before. “I’m not crazy and I don’t drink,” he said. “I phoned the police and told them about it to see if they could find out what it was.”

• Elsergany said that until Sunday evening, he never believed in extra-terrestrial life. “’I have never believed things like this before but I really, really want to know what it was. From this I think it is obvious we are not alone in this universe, there is something else – whatever it may be – out there.”

 

                   Ashraf Elsergany

Ashraf Elsergany said until Sunday evening, when he saw a bright, orange, spinning object in the sky above L’Ancresse bay, he never believed in extra-terrestrial life.

‘I was standing one or two feet deep in the water fishing on my own,’ the Saints Bay Hotel manager explained.

‘It was a very still night, the water was as clear as glass, there was no wind and no-one else around.’

He said a square orange light appeared above the rocks at the far left-hand-side of the bay.

‘It was quite big and was moving from left to right and spinning and rotating.

‘I didn’t think it was a flying saucer but I definitely thought it was something – if someone else would have told me about this I never would have believed them.

‘But I saw it with my own eyes, and I thought “wow this is really amazing” so I pulled out my phone and started recording it.’

 

55 second video of UFO over L’Ancresse Bay, Guernsey (Guernsey Press YouTube)

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‘Pretty Sure I’d Know if There Were Aliens’: Musk Dashes Hopes of Finding Extraterrestrial Life

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Article by Callaghan O’Hare                    September 29, 2019                      (rt.com)

• Elon Musk was in Brownsville, Texas on September 28th to unveil his prototype Starship  Mark-1 commercial passenger rocket to Mars. At the event, the SpaceX and Tesla CEO said that people often ask him about aliens. Musk responded that there are no aliens in Area 51, on Earth, or in the entire galaxy. “I’m pretty sure I’d know if there were aliens. I’ve not seen any signs of aliens,” said Musk. “As far as we know, we are the only consciousness or the only life that’s out there. There might be other life, but we’ve seen no signs of it.”

• Among the 48-year-old CEO’s other revelations, Musk believes the US military would proudly display any alien they had in their possession in order to secure more defense funding, and that the Earth has only a few hundred million years left before it is completely overheated by the Sun.

[Editor’s Note]  I’m “pretty sure” that Elon Musk is a Deep State stooge being paid off to spread the ridiculous disinformation that extraterrestrials do not exist in order to receive the billion dollar NASA space cargo contracts that he needs to maintain his foundering companies. Either that or he is a complete idiot.

 

Elon Musk says there are no aliens in Area 51, on Earth or, indeed, in the entire galaxy, because he’s “pretty sure” he would have seen some signs of them by now.

         Compromised or just stupid?

The SpaceX and Tesla CEO made the bold claim on stage on Saturday night while unveiling his Starship rocket prototype Mark-1 in Texas, which the company plans will one day transport humans to Mars.

Musk made several revelations during the 90-minute talk, including his belief that Earth only has a few hundred million years left before it is completely overheated by the Sun. The most controversial statement, however, was that he doesn’t believe alien life exists.

“As far as we know, we are the only consciousness or the only life that’s out there. There might be other life, but we’ve seen no signs of it,” said Musk.

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Are Aliens Watching Us? Paranormal Commentator Says It’s Possible

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Article by Christina Kempster                     September 24, 2019                         (kgw.com)

• Clyde Lewis is a parapolitical and paranormal news commentator in Oregon, and the host of the ‘Ground Zero’ website, podcast and nightly radio show. Lewis was recently asked about the notorious Navy UFO/UAP videos that have recently been authenticated by the Navy. He thinks these videos are helping convince the skeptics that something is really going on up there.

• Lewis thinks that many of the unidentified aircraft spotted in the night sky are not necessarily piloted by extraterrestrial intelligence, but are probes sent to check out life on Earth. Says Lewis, “When we want to look at another planet, we don’t send men there, we send men to the moon but we don’t send men to Mars, Jupiter, or Saturn. We send probes. I’m sure if aliens are out there, they aren’t piloting these things, they’re maybe just sending them to spy on us and then who knows, there may be an invasion later on.”

• Lewis claims that the Pacific Northwest has a rich history of UFO sightings that pre-date the Roswell crash in July 1947. Says Lewis, “Most of the UFO sightings that happened at all in history, at least in contemporary history, happened right here in the Pacific Northwest.” Lewis has heard stories of J. Edgar Hoover investigating UFOs that were spotted over the Ross Island Bridge in Portland, Oregon.

• Lewis considers the most well-known UFO sighting in Oregon to be the sighting in McMinnville in 1950, when a farming couple named Evelyn and Paul Trent took a picture of a flying saucer. “To this day that has not been proven to be a hoax,” says Lewis. The Trent’s photo of the UFO is considered to be the most important photo of a UFO ever taken.

• The other big UFO stories in the Pacific Northwest region, says Lewis, are the Maury Island incident, and the Kenneth Arnold sighting over Mount Rainier. Lewis offers some advice for the future: “Watch the skies. We don’t know what’s going to happen next.”

 

PORTLAND, Ore. — In recent weeks, the internet has been abuzz about UFOs – captivated by three videos purporting to have caught unidentified flying objects making their way across the sky and an online movement called “Storm Area 51.”

              Clyde Lewis

We talked with a local parapolitical and paranormal news commentator, Clyde Lewis, about what the heck is going on and the history of UFOs in Oregon.

“Watch the skies. We don’t know what’s going to happen next,” says Ground Zero host, Clyde Lewis. He tracks unexplained phenomena and talks all things paranormal for his nightly radio show.

Lewis dove into the topic of UAPs or Unidentified Aerial Phenomena on one of this recent broadcasts. He thinks these videos are helping convince the skeptics that something is really going on up there.

Paul Trent’s famous photo of a ‘flying saucer’

It is his belief that many of the unidentified aircrafts spotted in the night sky are not necessarily piloted by extraterrestrial intelligence. They could be probes sent to check out life on Earth.

“When we want to look at another planet, we don’t send men there, we send men to the moon but we don’t send men to Mars, Jupiter, or Saturn. We send probes. I’m sure if aliens are out there, they aren’t piloting these things, they’re maybe just sending them to spy on us and then who knows, there may be an invasion later on.”

It should not come as a surprise that the Pacific Northwest has a very rich history of UFO sightings dating back even before all the hype around Roswell got started.

“Most of the UFO sightings that happened at all in history, at least in contemporary history, happened right here in the Pacific Northwest.”

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