Statement with video: This is a latest update of this object seen at 23:30 on 5 March 2011, could be Sirius or one of the other stars.
Ufo - Star - Asteroid - Planet X - Hercolubus - Nibiru - Tyche - 5 March 2011
Over Ghana, West Africa. but how far away the object is i am not sure, it seems close to the Earth but the size of it?
MUFON CMS - South Dakota - 3/5/2011 - unedited: I am reporting this for my husband as he had to go to work. He works at [Employer removed/cms/tg] for the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe as a security officer. When he came home last night he said, "it touched me!" and he was visibly shaken. It took awhile for me to get his story out, but I typed it out as he told me. Below is his words. It should be noted that the usual drive from the casino back home takes 90 minutes driving normally. He said this started happening around 11:15 Pm but he didn't get home until almost 2 am march 6. He wasn't even aware that this had taken longer than normally and when talking to him he wasn't even aware that there was missing time. here are his words, "Sunday March 6 2011
Witness , [name deleted/cms/tg] security guard [employer removed/cms/tg] Driving home in car alone after work at about the red lights started about 11:40 PM might have been later than that. The red lights are like softballs, hundreds of them, real light and spinning around the car south of highway 20 and was on highway 63 about 5 miles travelling south to Eagle Butte. The red balls spun around the car for what seemed like a long time, it was real neat. The Red lights about 100-200 of these red lights and kept going around the car for a couple of miles. They never got super close like 2 car lengths away from me but all around me
After a couple of miles the car was slowing down. I was doing about 60MPH but it slowed down to 40MPH and wouldnt go any faster. Then the red lights just disappeared. They didnt fly off or anything they just disappeared. The car then went back up to 60 MPH like I normally drive it. I just thought it was kind of weird but kind of neat.
Then I got to where a gravel road meets 63 one of the wind block experiment station.. soil erosion experiment (thats about 15-20 miles south of Timber Lake on 63) then I got a feeling of goosebumps all over me. It was tingly cold feeling all over me. Then I saw this thing on the side of the road where the gravel road meets the road and before I knew it it was on the car. It reached in and touched my head through the windshield and ran its hand down my back. My back got real hot.
Description of alien:
It had an oblong head, really thin body, thin arms and legs, it was translucent it was glowing like a real dim light bulb cause you can see through it. Eyes were size of human, really long nose long in length. It has a really big mouth. Its arms were like sticks they were parallel through each other the two sticks looked like it was glowing. It was around 4 foot tall but its arms stretched.
The other one, on the left hand side of the road had a face like a beast horrifying, ugly, looked wrinkly walked like a squat about the size of a goat. It was glowing too reddish brown.It was wide and narrow.
And almost as fast as I saw it it was gone (the one on the side of the road)
The one that was on the car it seemed like it was there for awhile because tingly feeling didnï¿½t go away it felt like it was still there. The tingly feeling lasted about 10 minutes.
The one on the car it got to the point where I couldnt feel or see it anymore, I didnï¿½t feel like anything was completely gone until I got to the bison farm (15 miles from Eagle Butte)
Once I reached there was more farm houses everything was gone.
The car used a lot more gas than it usually does. It was over tank when started and used over a tank to get that far on 63.
I know sky was clear but couldnt see any stars.
Checked [name removed/cms/tg] for marks found none. His head was hot and demeanor was aggitated upon returning home.
Source of Organs for Transplants a Mystery in China
theepochtimes - Each year 1.5 million people in China need an organ transplant, but no one wants to donate. This was shown in a recent study reported by the Yangtse Evening Post. After one year, a pilot organ donation program in Nanjing City found zero volunteers.
The Feb. 24 piece in the Post said Nanjing was one of the ten cities chosen for the 2010 pilot because of its rapidly expanding population of 6.3 million. Not only were there no takers last year, but over the past 20 years there were only three voluntary donations, the article said.
Beijing Evening News also reported in August 2009: “According to incomplete statistics, since the first organ donations in 2003, there were only 131 organ donations from those who passed away between 2003 and May, 2009.”
The Yangtse Evening Post listed several examples to indicate that the major obstacles to organ donations are caused by traditional Chinese customs and mentality.
One example is a male migrant worker who died last October of a cerebral hemorrhage. The man’s organs were in good condition, but he had not consented to donate them, and the family was unavailable to give consent in time.
Red Cross experts in Jiangsu Province told Yangzi Evening News that with the American model, when applying for a driver’s license one can indicate one’s willingness to donate the body in case of sudden death. But long-held cultural mores make Chinese are unwilling to donate any part of their bodies. Car accidents are particularly taboo: asking questions about death and organ donation before getting a driver’s license is considered unlucky.
Another example raised in the report was a woman from the Yangzhou countryside who became sick and was willing to donate her organs. But her parents firmly opposed it and brought her body back to her hometown.
Source of Organs
According to Chen Shi, director of the Society of Transplantation of China Medical Association, by the end of 2005 China had conducted over 74,000 kidney transplants, over 10,000 liver transplants, and over 4,000 heart transplants.
But there are higher numbers floating around, too. Zheng Shusen, president of First Affiliated Hospital of Zhejiang University School of Medicine and member of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, said in September 2008 at a conference that, “There have been 140,000 liver transplant recipients that are able to continue with their lives because of receiving liver transplantation, with an increase of 10,000 more transplants done each year.”
Chinese authorities have told different stories about where the organs come from, too. As early as 30 years ago Chinese doctors testified at the United Nations that regime authorities stole the organs of executed prisoners. The Chinese Foreign Ministry denied this.
In July 2005, China's Vice Minister of Ministry of Health Huang Jiefu admitted for the first time at the World Liver Transplant conference that most transplanted organs in China come from executed prisoners.
According to Amnesty International at least 1,718 people were executed in China in 2008, a number far less than the number of organ transplants.
More grisly explanations have come forth. In mid-2006 an investigation by former Canadian parliamentarian David Kilgour and human rights lawyer David Matas concluded that the bulk of organ transplants in China were due to the harvesting of organs from Falun Gong prisoners of conscience. If true, the allegations would be “a form of evil we have yet to see on this planet,” they said.
In their investigation they note that the source of organs for 41,500 transplants for the six year period 2000 to 2005 is unexplained by official data, and that the only possible explanation is that the organs were harvested from Falun Gong practitioners.
The UN has asked the Chinese authorities to respond to the allegations, but no substantive response has been forthcoming.
"The missing link is out here in these hills..."
journalnow - Rick Lunsford didn't want to take his vision of Bigfoot to the grave without sharing it, and that's why he arranged an outing in Wilkes County Saturday to try to find the big guy.
"I had a serious gallbladder infection a year ago, and the doctor gave me three to five days to live," said Lunsford, 52. He had an operation and recuperated, but the near-death experience convinced him that he had to come out with it — that he had seen Bigfoot in rural Wilkes County when he was 20.
"I've got five grandyoung'uns, and I wanted them to know about Bigfoot before I go. The missing link is out here in these hills," Lunsford said Saturday afternoon, surrounded by about 30 other Bigfoot adventurers who came out on a gray, rainy day to seek the creature.
Lunsford described Bigfoot as between 6 and 8 feet tall, as broad as a refrigerator, with an oval head and dark eyes, and a hand similar to a human's, with a thumb and four fingers.
The group met at the Millers Creek Food Lion parking lot at noon Saturday, in a drizzling rain.
"I honestly don't believe, but I could always be made a believer," said Matthew Billings of Hayes, a turkey hunter.
Bobby Lee of North Wilkesboro said if Bigfoot is out there, "he's smart, because he's avoiding bear traps that can easily take a man's leg off."
Logan Baker of Hayes said he wanted to come see what all the fuss was about. "We'd like to believe it; we'd like to find proof," said Baker, who is a deer hunter.
Gary Pilkenton of Millers Creek said he is 75 percent sure that Bigfoot exists. "I believe that all these witnesses who have seen him, all these years, can't be lying. They come up with the same descriptions, by and large."
Bigfoot is a species of animal that hasn't yet been recognized officially, Pilkenton said.
"He's a mammal, a primate of some kind."
The group would look for footprints or broken limbs — anything that would show that a big creature had been there.
About 12:30, the group got into their vehicles, and a caravan of trucks and cars headed toward the Roten Creek area, about 12 miles away. Vehicles slowly drove on a winding, misty mountainous road beside a wide creek, past Christmas tree farms, wood and brick bungalow houses, cows and churches, including Poplar Cove Baptist and New Light Baptist. The Blue Ridge Holiness Campground had a sign that read, "Jesus is coming soon! Wake up America!"
As the vehicles were parking near the site, a driving rain began. When a couple of the all-terrain vehicles began spinning their wheels, trying to make it up a steep muddy hill to get to the site, Lunsford called off the hunt.
"I don't want anyone to get hurt," he said, adding that he would reschedule for a day with better weather and no rain.
Hobert Hart, who lived nearby, came outside to find out what all the hubbub was about. When told that people were trying to find Bigfoot, he said he has lived in the area since 1949 and had never seen it.
"The biggest thing I have ever seen was a bear," Hart said, adding that he did not believe in Bigfoot.
"Maybe these people are getting a bit of exercise, but that's about all they're getting," he said.
Brad Boyer of Mooresville and his two sons Robbie and Ryan came to the hills of Millers Creek wearing T-shirts that said, "Bigfoot stepped on me in Willow Creek, California."
"Bigfoot is a cottage industry in Willow Creek," he said, adding he couldn't pass up the chance to go on an expedition so close to home.
"All the Bigfoot folklore, TV programs and websites out there influence people, and leads them to put things together in their minds," Boyer said. "I don't believe in it personally, but I don't believe these people are lying."
Lunsford said that when people tell him what he saw was probably a bear, he answers that "a bear has a neck, and this thing I saw, his head rested right on his shoulders."
Lunsford said after he saw Bigfoot, he didn't tell many people, only his wife. He said he waited 20 years to tell his mother, so as not to upset her.
After various media reported on the upcoming expedition, Lunsford said he was teased in the chat rooms of gowilkes.com, a popular website for Wilkes County residents.
One person wrote that Lunsford was trying to find the tooth fairy, and another one wrote: "Dear Ricky: Leave him alone, you dummy!"
"People can believe whatever they want to believe," he said, adding that he was pleased with the turnout, especially given the rain. "This was worth it all, and these people showing up means a lot. Now, people know that Bigfoot was here."
11th human foot washes up on B.C. coast
ctvbc - Mounties say a running shoe containing what appears to be human remains has washed up on the shore near Powell River, B.C.
It was discovered by a woman walking on the beach Saturday afternoon, Cpl. Annie Linteau told ctvbc.ca.
The BC Coroner's Service will examine the remains later this week to determine if they are human. If so, the discovery will mark the 11th human foot to wash up in the coastal region from B.C. to northwestern Washington since August 2007.
The most recent discovery was made on Dec. 5, 2010 in the city of Tacoma, south of Seattle. It was found inside a boy's size 6 OzArk Trail brand hiking boot.
The first foot to appear matched the DNA of a man who was depressed and likely took his own life.
Two feet found separately in New Balance running shoes in Richmond belong to the same woman, but she remains unidentified.
A matching pair of men's Nikes also remains unidentified, as well as a right male foot found in summer 2007.
There is no evidence of foul play in any of those cases.
mirror - The mystery of the “Lake Ness” Monster may have been solved – with the discovery of an old tyre.
Two canoeists claimed to have recently snapped an English version of Nessie in Windermere. But Bowness tourist John Phillips, 36, of Solihull, West Mids, reckons the split tyre he found nearby could hold a clue.
He said: “I don’t want to spoil anyone’s fun, but when we threw it in the water it looked very similar.”
NOTE: Here's an earlier link as well as the recent sighting update posted below. Thanks to Billy Green for the heads up...Lon
Bownessie Rears It's Ugly Humps Again
The image of 'Bownessie' taken by IT worker Tom Pickles on Lake Windermere
dailymail - The legend of 'Bownessie' is echoing across the waters of Lake Windermere once again after what is being called the best ever sighting of the mythical sea creature.
Emerging from the mist with oily black skin and three eerie humps, this picture reveals a mystical looking beast gliding through the lake.
The snap was taken on a camera-phone by terrified IT graduate Tom Pickles, 24, who said an animal the size of three cars sped across the lake in front him last Friday.
'It was petrifying and we paddled back to the shore straight away,' he said.
'At first I thought it was a dog and then saw it was much bigger and moving really quickly at about 10 mph. Each hump was moving in a rippling motion and it was swimming fast.'
This is believed to be the eighth sighting of a long hump-backed creature - affectionately known by locals as Bownessie - in the past last five years.
Mr Pickles, who said he watched the creature for 20 seconds, added: 'I could tell it was much bigger underneath from the huge shadow around it.
'Its skin was like a seal's but its shape was completely abnormal - it's not like any animal I've ever seen before.'
Mr Pickles's companion Sarah Harrington, 23, said: 'It was like an enormous snake.
'It freaked us all out but it wasn't until we saw the picture that we thought we'd seen something out of this world.
'I only saw it for a few seconds but all I could think about was that I had to get off the lake.'
The pair - who both work for Shrewsbery based IT company CapGemini - were on the last day of a team building residential training course at Fallbarrow Hall, Bowness, Cumbria.
They had kayaked 300m out into the lake near Belle Isle when they spotted the monster to the south.
Mr Pickles's picture perfectly matches the description of an earlier sighting from the shores of Wray Castle in 2006 by journalism lecturer Steve Burnip.
He said: 'I'm really pleased that someone has finally got a really good picture of it.
'I know what I saw and it shocked me, it had three humps and it's uncanny the likeness between this and what I saw five years ago.'
Monster hunter Thomas Noblett and TV psychic Dean Maynard said this new sighting has fired up their enthusiasm for another search.
The pair have twice scoured the lake with sonar equipment looking for Bownessie, but to no avail.
'We're convinced there's something down there and were going to get straight back out on the water,' said Mr Maynard.
Photo expert David Farnell of Farnell's photographic laboratory in Lancaster, said he couldn't rule out a hoax but this is the best quality image of Bownessie he'd seen.
He said: 'It does look like a real photo but because its been taken on a phone the file size is too small to really tell whether it has been altered on Photoshop or not.'
Sceptics remain unconvinced that something that size could exist in the 11 mile long lake.
Nigel Wilkinson, director of Windermere Lake Cruises, said his boat crew had over 100 years experience out on the water in all conditions and hadn't spotted anything unusual.
He said: 'We carry 1.3 million passengers - that's is 2.6 million eyeballs - and none of them have ever brought Bownessie to our attention.
Dr Ian Winfield, a lake ecologist at the University of Lancaster, said it was highly unlikely that an animal as large as three car lengths could survive in Windermere.
'It's possible that it's a catfish from Eastern Europe and people are misjudging the size but there is no known fish as large as the descriptions were hearing that could be living in Windermere.'
'We run echo sounding surveys every month and have never found anything.'
The mysterious aquatic beast is starting to draw parallels with the infamous Loch Ness monster for drawing even more tourists to the Lake District hot-spot.
Ellis Butcher from Cumbria Tourism said: 'The truth is Windermere and Bowness are incredibly popular destinations and don’t need gimmicks to get people to visit.
'Nonetheless at the start of the tourism year, it doesn’t do the industry any harm to have this kind of profile across the media.'
Windermere Hotelier Milking Every Bit of 'Bownessie' Hoopla
newsandstar - The hotelier had thought he and colleague Andrew Tighe were alone on the lake when, out of the blue, he suddenly realised something powerful was going past him.
Early morning conditions couldn’t have been calmer – with waters mirror-like – as the managing director of Windermere’s Langdale Chase Hotel continued his training for an English Channel swim, accompanied by Mr Tighe in a rowing boat.
“We were going across the deeps, the deepest part of the lake,” he recalls.
“It was really calm. Then, all of a sudden, I felt something go past the back of my legs. It felt like a cruiser had gone past.
“Suddenly, this wave then lifted me up. I stopped and asked ‘what the hell was that? Get me out of here’.”
Mr Tighe, the Langdale’s general manager, feared for his friend as the follow-up ‘bow wave’ rose.
He said: “Looking back at that morning it is all a bit surreal. I was most concerned about Thomas. I didn’t know what it was.”
The whole experience, between 6.45am and 7am on July 29, 2009, lasted about 30 seconds.
After the drama unfolded, the lake went back to being completely flat – with the men confused as to what had just happened.
At first, Mr Noblett, 48, thought a submarine had passed him – with the Ministry of Defence perhaps doing some kind of secret testing. He described the feeling as “awful”.
It was only after another colleague at the hotel overheard them talking afterwards, that the realisation that it could be something else struck.
“We didn’t know what it could be. We were chatting about it in the kitchen and our chef said there was a report of something being sighted in the lake,” said Mr Tighe, 35.
Their experience, along with other sightings, have left the pair convinced there is something in the waters.
“One hundred per cent. There is something in there,” Mr Tighe said.
His colleague added: “We were non-believers beforehand. We didn’t give it a thought before. I was more concerned that a pike would bite me.”
Speculation as to whether Cumbria could have its own Loch Ness monster-type creature in Windermere has grown in the past week after a photograph emerged of what looks to be a four-humped creature in the water.
It was spotted by Tom Pickles and Sarah Harrington, who were kayaking across the water. They captured the image on a camera phone.
Theirs is thought to be the eighth report of so-called Bownessie being seen in the past five years.
Mr Noblett, who has swam in Windermere hundreds of times, believes this latest sighting adds weight to what he and his colleague have been saying since 2009, adding: “We’re quite pleased about it. It shows we were not using this as self-publicity for the hotel, area or the lake.”
Sporadic sightings of the creature have been made since the 1950s.
Various descriptions have seen its size range from anywhere between 25ft and 70ft and of being snake-like in appearance.
Although there is the old Nessie theory of the creature being something prehistoric that has somehow survived in the lake, both Mr Noblett and Mr Tighe believe the creature is most likely to be a giant eel.
Other theories are that the “monster” could be a giant catfish or a large pike with the creature feeding off char
Since their experience, the hotel bosses have worked with north east-based psychic Dean “Midas” Maynard on trying to unearth evidence about what is lurking in the waters.
Today they will join him on a boat conducting a sonar search of the lake to see if they can spot Bownessie or any more clues about its existence, using 3D imaging equipment.
Another boat search with more passengers joining them will be carried out tomorrow.
But, with Windermere 10.5 miles long, one mile wide and plunging to 220ft at its deepest point, with various caves and shelves, Mr Noblett, who has been at the Langdale 20 years after working in Bermuda, Dubai and London, admits the search is the proverbial needle in a haystack.
Whatever they do or don’t discover, however, his view about whether there is a creature in the water will not change.
And the businessman has information that there are others who have has possible sightings, but haven’t wanted to speak out about them.
He added: “Some have said they are glad we have brought it up. One sailor has said it was like a side of meat turning over and going underneath. He didn’t want to tell anybody in case he was ridiculed.
“You’re always going to get two camps in whatever you do in life. The ones who don’t believe will boo-hoo everything. If they haven’t experienced it themselves, they will say it is an old wives’ tale.”
Many of those who are believers or have spotted something suspicious and believe there is something in the water are people who are completely serious about the lake.
“That has made our experience a little more concrete,” Mr Noblett said.
Dan Nield, 30, an operations supervisor with Windermere Lake Cruises, will be among those on the boat searching the lake tomorrow.
He admits the speculation about what may be in the lake is interesting, but is a sceptical of whether there is a “monster” in there.
“Everyone loves a mystery. It would be nice if there was something out there, but I’m a sceptic,” said Mr Nield, who spends his working day on the lake.
“Some have said there are big catfish in there. They can grow as big as a couple of metres in length. Others have said it could be a string of otters. It’s interesting. The picture that came out last week surprised me. Lots of people have been asking about it, but whether it brings more tourists to the area, I don’t know. I wouldn’t think it would do tourism any harm.”
There’s no doubting that the intrigue surrounding what may lurk beneath the waters of Windermere could be lucrative.
A whole industry has spawned from the mystery at Loch Ness, with a visitor centre, souvenir shops, television documentaries and even a Hollywood film staring Ted Danson.
Cumbria Tourism bosses, whose headquarters are on the shores of the lake, say they are as keen as anyone to establish “whether the Bownessie phenomenon is fact or fiction”.
A spokesman added: “The truth is Windermere and Bowness are incredibly popular destinations and don’t need gimmicks to get people to visit.
“Nonetheless, at the start of the tourism year, it doesn’t do the industry any harm to have this kind of profile around the world.”
Mr Noblett believes Bownessie could become a visitor attraction.
“It will attract a different type of visitor. You are going to get people who say we don’t need any more tourist attractions here. They are the non-believers,” he said.
“But it can only help the businesses and the infrastructure of Cumbria. This is a happy story versus the catastrophes of the last couple of years in west Cumbria.
“People think Cumbria is an island. When the bridge went down in Workington they thought they couldn’t get in. It’s just the British way of thinking.”
Mr Tighe, the Langdale’s general manager for the past four-and-a-half years, also believes interest in what may be in the lake his high and added: “Most of our guests are interested.”
Executives at Windermere Lake Cruises, whose boats ferry people to stops up and down the lake, are not convinced Bownessie exists, but believe passengers will enjoy trying to spot it. They are offering a golden ticket prize of a year’s free cruises for anyone who captures a picture of the beast from one of their boats.
northernstar - Marybourough's UFO phenomenon remains unsolved after government authorities and weather experts yesterday failed to explain strange orange lights sighted by hundreds of residents during the past week.
The Chronicle was bombarded with phone calls, emails and visitors all day yesterday after publishing a story on the hovering objects, which appeared in the night sky above the city last Thursday, Friday, Saturday and yesterday.
While all residents had similar descriptions of the glowing balls of light and their slow movements back and forth across the sky, the story did take quite an eerie twist – no one was able to successfully capture the unidentified objects with a camera.
“My partner, my brother and I all saw the lights. I tried to film them on my phone, but when I later looked at the footage nothing showed up – very strange,” Phil and Karina said in an email.
“I took a very magnified photo of the last single orange orb, but it does not seem to have come out on my camera,” Martine said.
“It was very weird ... (the lights) did not seem to be flying too high above us.”
Greg said: “We saw four lights in a group,”
“I tried to take photos with my camera, but they didn’t come up.
"I grabbed my binoculars to try and get a better look.
“It was queer ... while I could see a string of lights without the binoculars, when I looked through the binoculars I could only see one light.”
UFO Research Queensland sightings officer Martin Gottschall, who has studied UFOs for more than 30 years, yesterday said he had received reports about orange balls of lights moving over Maryborough.
“It could well be UFO activity. They (UFOs) are pretty clever at camouflaging themselves and making themselves look like conventional objects,” he said.
As for the objects not showing up in photographs, Mr Gottschall said it seemed as though extraterrestrial craft could “make light do things that we haven’t learnt yet”.
“People have theorised that maybe the force field around the UFO somehow affects the way in which ordinary light like infrared shows up.
“For example, when people take photos of what they think is a UFO and there’s an aircraft nearby, the aircraft will come out defined while the UFO is hazy.”
Gay Cayabyab, the Maryborough Neighbourhood Centre’s multicultural worker, dismissed suggestions the orange lights were Chinese New Years lanterns.
“The population of Chinese in Maryborough is not very significant and it’s no longer Chinese New Year, for one,” she said.
“Lanterns are released as signs of good luck, but I’m not aware of any celebration and it’s very unlikely that they would be released for several days in a row.”
A Fraser Coast Regional Council spokesman said it was unlikely the lights were caused by aircrafts using the Maryborough Airport.
“There’s nothing out of the usual happening at the airport.”
A spokesman from the Bureau of Meteorology said yesterday he “could not think of anything weather-wise that would cause something like that” and directed the Chronicle to two different Queensland UFO organisations.
The Australian Army was contacted but did not respond to a suggestion the bright lights could have come from its Wide Bay Training Area at Tin Can Bay.
Statement with video: Latest UFO sightings - New video of multiple UFO sightings in the sky over Sydney in Australia. This was taken on Sunday, 20th February 2011.
Witness report: Accidentally I captured a multiple U F O sightings.I didn't know what I filming.the first U F O was very fast, and change the directions to.went towards the Sydney airport. the next video, I see something that was a aeroplane, I stop filming I moved the camera, when I watch back my video I saw, the very fast object toward the aeroplane.
Statement with video: Friday morning on checking the weather at my front veranda as I usually do a unit appeared in the north north eastern sky and paused then started a treck across the sky toward the south. I grabbed my camera from inside and these three short clips are the result. The first is in colour mode m focus to infinity. The next is with nightshot turned on. The third is a second unit in the western sky ten minutes later with super nightshot mode. Both were solid light, none strobing and within 5km all shots, no sound was heard or recorded. As the first unit was 3/4 travelled across the passage I received a light flash from a 3rd unit higher and to the east of the first just prior to losing shot. Included are still frame shots with enhancements from night session 19th Feb as no still frame shots of the units of the 25th were taken.
All my videos are shot from my property located at Greta, NSW Australia
NOTE: Orbs, plasma-like formations, diamond shapes, etc. There have been extraordinary sightings over Australia's eastern-southeastern coast the past 2 weeks. The lights appeared in the sky above Maryborough four nights in a row. The Australian military won’t comment on the sightings so far...Lon
'Massive' sharks reported near Port Canaveral, Florida
floridatoday - Fishermen always like to share fish tales. The past few weeks, some have been telling a great white one.
Perched atop the 36-foot "Relentless," a charter boat out of Port Canaveral, Derek Redwine saw a dark shape come into view while scanning the green waters for fish seven miles off Cocoa Beach.
While searching for cobia last Sunday -- a large fish that spends much of its time swimming alongside manta rays -- Redwine hollered for Capt. Scott Bussen to slow down.
"I thought I saw a ray with a big cobia swimming above it," said the Merritt Island artist who owns BoldWater graphic design. "As we got closer, a shark came into focus."
A big shark.
So big, in fact, that what Redwine thought was a fish hovering above a manta was actually the long shadow cast on the approximate 15-foot great white shark by its own dorsal fin, he said.
"The girth was unbelievable to me," Redwine said.
Captain Bussen slowed the Relentless to a halt above the slow-moving shark for a better look. The fish apparently had the same idea.
"He hung around for a good 15 minutes, just slowly circling us," said Redwine. "He was really peaceful and docile."
The shark -- a few feet longer than the boat's 12-foot beam -- did not attempt to devour some fresh catch the fishermen were offering. Instead, it passively swam around the boat before meandering off.
Equipped only with a cell phone camera, the anglers snapped photos and video.
Last weekend, at least a half-dozen boats reported seeing an identical shark off Port Canaveral. In the past month, fishermen from as far south as Islamorada in the Florida Keys have been reporting white shark sightings. Two weeks ago, spearfishermen off Deerfield Beach watched as a white shark mauled an 80-pound amberjack they had speared. The bite marks were nearly two feet across.
"I feel really fortunate to have seen this shark," admitted Redwine, who has fished the waters off Central Florida for two decades. He was glad to share the experience with his 12-year-old son, Alden.
Whether the multiple sightings off Port Canaveral are multiple sharks or just one is still in question.
"There have been a lot of big sharks around," said Captain Scott Bussen, who operates Relentless Offshore Adventures. "I've been seeing hammerheads nearly every trip out, along with blacktips, threshers and even a large mako."
The sharks' appearance is no surprise to George Burgess, director of shark research at the Florida Museum of Natural History in Gainesville.
"These are animals that prefer cooler waters and they're more likely to be seen off Florida in the winter," Burgess said. "We've had them turn the bend around the tip of Florida and come into the Gulf of Mexico. In years past, they were more common in the Gulf, back when there were monk seals."
Extensively hunted since the 1400s, the Caribbean monk seal once populated the Caribbean and southern Gulf of Mexico. Declared extinct in 2008, the monk seal was an attractive food source for the giant sharks. When the seals disappeared, the sharks' range shrank.
Not fazed by this fish's reputation, Redwine does not think beachgoers or surfers should head for higher ground.
"I don't think people should be scared. It's such a cool fluke, such a rare occurrence for us," Redwine said.
" 'Scared' is not the word that should be in people's vocabulary, but 'respect' is," said Burgess. "When we enter the sea, we're entering a foreign environment and we need to be aware of the risk. There are small and large things that can cause harm -- jellyfish, stingrays. These are risks we have to accept."
Most surfers probably have a good understanding of how fragile we are as invaders of the sea, they understand that they're going into the shark's world.
"Swimmers should know that they're not going into the neighborhood pool."
Raelian Movement, the World's Largest UFO Religion, Launches 'God is a Myth' Billboard Campaign
goddiscussion - Kicking off the month of March, the International Raelian Movement launched the next phase of its atheistic campaign by purchasing very high profile billboard space on the busy I-15 southbound freeway in Las Vegas. Each month for the next six months, hundreds of thousands of people will see the huge "GOD IS A MYTH" message while commuting or visiting the city.
Ricky Roehr, leader for the North American Raelian Movement, explained why the Raelians plan to make this huge public statement that will possibly upset so many Christians and members of other religious faiths.
"If you drive the freeway between Vegas and Los Angeles, you'll see several signs warning drivers to follow the Bible or else face eternal hell," he said. "Those signs are designed to make viewers feel fear and guilt. We want to counterbalance that fear by letting them know there is no God or Devil. There's no need to live in fear. We should enjoy our precious lives to the fullest while of course giving love all around us. Surely that's a message even Christians recognize as one that Jesus taught. But, whether the source is the Bible, the Koran, or Greek or Roman mythology, all gods are myths, just as there's no Santa Claus or Easter Bunny etc. What there are, however, are human beings who were advanced scientists who created all forms of life, known as the Elohim. You can read about them in the oldest versions of the Bible, and the oldest versions are always the less polluted versions."
Extraterrestrial Origin of Life.
Founded in 1974 by Claude Vorilhon, now known as Rael, Raelism is described in Wikipedia as "the largest UFO religion in the world."
The Raelian Movement teaches that life on Earth was scientifically created by a species of extraterrestrials called the Elohim. Members of this species appeared human and when contacting the descendants of their human creation, they were mistaken for angels, cherubim or gods. Raelians believe that Jesus, Buddha and other avatars are actually messengers of the Elohim.
Roehr said the Raelian explanation about the extraterrestrial origin of life has become more accepted in the United States after the History Channel's "Ancient Astronauts" series.
"Making people live in fear not only greatly diminishes the quality of life; it facilitates intolerance and hate," Roehr said. "But religious leaders know that fearful masses are much easier to control. Humanity is paying a huge penalty for all this fear because when people live in fear, all higher thinking like love and compassion shuts down. That's why violence continues on Earth, and this is why we cannot stay silent like most atheists do when we see god believers maintaining people in fear and promoting their scriptures full of hatred and encouraging so many crimes."
An Atheistic Religion.
"The God of the Koran is mythical to Christians and the Gods of Hinduism are myths to monotheists," Roehr said. "Whether he's a Jew, a Muslim or a Christian, one man's true religion is always another man's myth. We Raelians just deny the existence of one more God than they do. Yet there's a very important difference between most atheists and the Raelians: We're still Creationists! The Raelian Movement is an atheistic religion that is preparing humanity to welcome back its true creators, the Elohim, without fear or guilt."
Raelians are conducting their annual Happiness Academy (seminar) in Las Vegas from March 27 to April 2 at the Alexis Park Hotel.
NASA scientist claims he has a meteorite with evidence of extraterrestrial life
cbsnews - In what's sure to rekindle the debate over the question of life beyond Earth, a scientist at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center says he has fossil evidence of bacterial life inside of a rare class of meteorites .
Writing in the March edition of the Journal of Cosmology, Richard B. Hoover argues that an examination of a collection of 9 meteorites - called CI1 carbonaceous meteorites - contain "indigenous fossils" of bacterial life.
"The complex filaments found embedded in the CI1 carbonaceous meteorites represent the remains of indigenous microfossils of cyanobacteria," according to Hoover.
That matter-of-fact sentence also underscores the shout-out-loud implication that the detection of fossils of cyanobacteria in the CI1 meteorites raises the possibility of life on comets. And Hoover does not shy away from offering that very conclusion.
Skeptics will doubtless weigh in soon with questions. Still, Hoover's proposition may have stirred more controversy several years ago. More recently, though, some scientists have suggested that meteors and comets slamming into the Earth brought with them the very integuments of life, including water and a host of complex organic chemicals.
If he's right, Hoover may have evidence to support that theory. He argues that the complex filaments he found embedded in the meteors are micro-fossils of extraterrestrial life forms that existed on the meteorites a long time ago prior to the meteorites' entry into the Earth's atmosphere.
"This finding has direct implications to the distribution of life in the Cosmos and the possibility of microbial life on in liquid water regimes of cometary nuclei as the travel within the orbit of Mars and in icy moons with liquid water oceans such as Europa and Enceladus," he writes.
In an accompanying comment, Rudy Schild, the journal's editor-in-chief and a member of the Harvard-Smithsonian's Center for Astrophysics, announced that the publication has sent out a "general invitation" to more than 5000 scientists to review the paper.
"We believe the best way to advance science, is to promote debate and discussion," he wrote.
Couple spend £3,000 on hotels after poltergeists force them from their dream flat
dailymail - A couple have spent £3,000 of their life savings on hotel rooms after catching poltergeists on tape haunting their rented dream home.
French musician Jean Marc Mariole and his former model wife Charlotte have been tormented by the spectres ever since moving into their home in Frodsham, Cheshire.
Bumps in the night, ghostly orbs and spine-tingling spooks caught on CCTV have left the couple so scared to spend a night in their beds that they have even resorted to begging an exorcist to ward off the evil spirits.
But the house, which is close to the scene of two suicides, remains haunted.
The pair says the eerie goings-on started just four weeks after moving into their flat last April and include stamping noises, flying blobs and even levitating bed sheets.
The case bears a startling resemblance to the recent Hollywood horror film Paranormal Activity, in which a couple use a home video camera to record supernatural occurrences in their home.
The constant thumping through the night means the couple have not had a decent night's sleep in months - snatching what rest they can at nearby hotels.
On several occasions, they have been forced to flee their home in the middle of the night, desperately checking into the local Holiday Inn in the early hours.
But after spending £18,000 on decorating the luxury flat, the couple are fast running out of cash to spend on hotel rooms.
Charlotte, 53, originally from Bordeaux, said the peak of the paranormal pranks came when she was suddenly locked in her bathroom while washing her face.
'The door just slammed behind me and the window was not even open, so it couldn't have been a breeze'
She said: 'It was really frightening - the door just slammed behind me and the window was not even open, so it couldn't have been a breeze.
'The shower curtain started sliding back and forth along the rail. It was the scariest thing that's ever happened to me.
'I tried to soap up the lock, but it wouldn't open and I had to resort to calling for the neighbours to help me.'
Items around the house are frequently moved by the ghoulish houseguests, and Jean Marc claims he often feels the sensation of someone breathing on his neck while he practises on his piano.
One night, the couple were left terrified when the sheets on their bed mysteriously levitated before falling back down again.
And after just a few months living in the flat, the couple were forced to move their bed downstairs to escape the constant haunting.
Chillingly, CCTV recordings the couple have made clearly show dozens of mysterious orbs gliding about the empty rooms in the dark.
Jean Marc, 64, who married his wife last March, said: 'We have seen somewhere between 200 and 300 of these things flying about the house.
'It's terrifying. We see black silhouettes on the walls and hear screams at night. Sometimes it sounds like a grown man crying.
'I have lived in England for 45 years and thought I'd finally found the perfect place to live, in a peaceful village. We have spent £18,000 kitting the flat out and now we have to leave, if only for our sanity.'
Now the couple say they are thinking of fleeing to France just to escape the creepy incidents, despite having spent their life savings on the 19th century two-bed home.
Charlotte added: 'We have even resorted to sleeping in the car to escape the horrors of the house, which as you can imagine is not very comfortable.
'We just want to leave and get a decent night's sleep again.'
Poltergeist activity has often been believed to be the work of malicious ghosts.
The word poltergeist comes from the German words poltern 'to make a noise' and geist 'spirit'.
The term itself literally means 'noisy ghost' and victims often report inanimate objects being picked up and thrown, noises such as knocking, rapping and human voices - or even physical attacks.
Haunted Places: La Carafe Bar
ghosteyes - La Carafe is an antique bar located nearly dead center in the heart of Houston, Texas at 813 Congress Street, just off the Katy Freeway at Interstate 10. The quaint tavern serves daily visitors, local patrons and passers through, as well as serving up some fascinating ghost stories in historic downtown Houston.
Situated directly upon the foundation of the very first commercial business in Houston, the original building that is now La Carafe – believed to be the oldest bar still operating in Houston – was first erected in 1866 by John Kennedy, a baker who had moved here over 20 years prior in 1842. Kennedy started the establishment as a steam powered bakery, naming it after himself – Kennedy Bakery.
The bakery served up local fare for nearby residents, but was more famous for filling the bellies of the Confederate soldiers during the Civil War. It was later used as a station for the Pony Express.
The Kennedy family retained the property for more than 100 years, throughout five generations of Kennedys, running various operations out of the property. In the 1950’s it became La Carafe and remains so to this day, even though the family sold the haunted lounge in 1987 to a Mr. Wenglar. Unfortunately, the new proprietor met an untimely death shortly thereafter, leaving La Carafe to his sister, and current owner, Carolyn Wenglar.
The most recognized ghost of La Carafe is that of Carl, a former bartender at the historic downtown Houston bar. The apparition of Carl is most often sighted peeking out of the second story window, though some patrons have reported his presence elsewhere, by visual manifestation, unexplained noises and/or a general strong feeling of being watched by unseen eyes.
Footsteps are sometimes heard coming from the upstairs area, also associated with La Carafe’s ghost of former employee Carl. Cold spots have been reported and objects seem to move of their own accord, or at least with the help of the spirit world.
La Carafe shows its age to this day. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the building maintains much of its original design as prescribed by Nathaniel Kellum in 1847. After more than a century and a half situated on a slanted street, the inside of La Carafe still stands fairly level, which is a structural phenomenon in and of itself.
Visitors feel that they are stepping back in time when they enter Houston’s La Carafe, from the rustic interior right down to the massive and undoubtedly monstrously heavy antique cash register that is still in use today, making it a small event in itself to pay for your services. Thus, as you might surmise, cash is the only form of payment accepted, although there is an ATM conveniently located near the restrooms.
Should you find yourself in the core of historic Houston, Texas, be sure to stop in at La Carafe for reasonably priced beverages and a hospitable, lackluster crowd that is anything but stuck-up. You just may find yourself having a personal experience of paranormal activity, but if not, the atmosphere alone is more than enough to be worth the trip.
Spirit Rescue International Case Updates
Southwestern Ontario - Spirit Attachment
Hi to all....Irene and I conducted a remote view on this case on Wednesday, March 2nd.
Irene set the target coordinates for me and monitored the session. We systematically executed 4 phases in order to perceive the target and to gather as much information as possible.
In Phase 1, the coordinates (a set of two - four digit numbers) were given to me...from which an ideogram (a graphic symbol that represents an idea or concept) was developed. The target was narrowed down to a subject. I quickly sensed that the target was a subject and that it was the client.
In Phase 2, the target vignette was narrowed by probing for sounds, textures, temperatures, colors, luminescence, contrast and smells. Through this information I was able to focus in on any verticals, horizontals, diagonals, topography, mass and energetics as well as my overall 'feeling' of the target. Again, my perception was quick to identify an area near water and rocks. I heard drumming and chanting, sensing there were other people along with the client. I heard the client talking and pleading for help, as well the symbol of a 'cross' or 'X' was perceived. I also noticed small 'swirls' of energy moving about and above the client.
In Phase 3, I made a rough sketch that included the water (which I thought to be a lake or river), the client, other people in the vicinity and large rocks.
In Phase 4, I went into a deeper perception of the target. This included sense, magnitudes, emotions, physicals, subspace and concepts. There were other specifics used...but at this point there was no systematic procedure because the observations are starting to come together into a primary deduction. Immediately, I sensed that the client was standing by herself on a riverbank facing the water and talking to herself. I noticed that one of the 'swirls' started to manifest into the shape of a small dog-like creature....then it simply faded off. Right away, three human entities rose from the middle of the river and walked towards the riverbank...stopping in front of the client. These three entities were definitely Native American and had distinct expressions of anger. Their energy was not malevolent but conveyed feelings of disgust.
At this point we ended the RV session and contacted the client in order to verify some of the information gathered. She pointed out that about the time she started to suffer the chest pains (and the constantly uttered words of 'don't crucify me') she had been at a local park in her vicinity which has a river and rocky bank (Spring 2010). A festival was also taking place nearby. She stated that she would 'talk' to her 'spirit guides and angels' while standing there. This was not the first time that she would visit this location. The client does exhibit some psychic ability and is a devout Roman Catholic.
NOTE: The word 'Pontiac' came to mind during Phase 4....so I am fairly sure that there is a Native American connection to this attachment. I learned later that if 'Pontiac' was the actual word I perceived then it would make some sense since this area of southwest Ontario was inhabited by the Odawa (Ottawa) and their leader was Chief Pontiac who, at the time of the French and Indian War, led a conglomeration of many tribes against the British. As well, the client's location was once a prominent Odawa village in the 1690's, which was later taken by force by the British. More research will be needed.
There are other specifics but because of client confidentiality this information must remain private...Lon
A request has been made for Irene and I to advise, research and remote view a location in southeast Texas that has been experiencing consistent UFO and alien entity activity for an extended period of time. Unlike most incidents of this variety, there are several witnesses and a fair amount of raw photographic and video evidence. As well, there are 'boots on the ground'...namely, professional and qualified investigators who I know and trust.
I can't go into too much detail but I will state that a certain UFO network has 'dropped the ball' twice on this case. Keep watching for updates...Lon