Giant UFO Spotted By Multiple Witnesses
Is Proof Aliens Exist
If UFO's are just a case of mistaken identity and aliens don't exist, than WTF is this? Check out the footage that was filmed by multiple witnesses on April 28, 2015 in the Philippines.
In the beginning of the video the UFO appears to just be a plane flying in the sky, but at a closer glance there seem to be too many lights, and they are much brighter than the norm. According to the Mirror, Several witnesses reported mysterious lights over Pampanga. Jericho Benavente said: "I called my wife after seeing four orange lights come out of the clouds. I went to video it but it suddenly disappeared within the clouds. "I believe what I saw and I'm sure this wasn't a plane." The footage was filmed on the night of April 28 but it has since gone viral after being examined by conspiracy theorists.
If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck, and quacks like a duck... you know what I say? Must be from outer space. Check out the video below and make your own assumptions.
Bright Green Fireball Meteor Lights Up Sky
A bright green meteor shot across the sky in Buenos Aires. The meteor was a "Slimer" doppelgänger from the 80's flick Ghostbusters as it shot across the sky radiating neon green. The meteor was seen for several minutes, but some observers say the neon green radioactive hue it gave the sky was otherworldly and could have been a UFO . Check out the video below.
History Of Aliens On Film
'The History of Aliens on Film', with Radiohead's "Subterranean Homesick Alien" as the soundtrack:
From their earliest cinematic appearance in Georges Méliès's "A Trip to the Moon" in 1902, our conception of life beyond Earth has changed to reflect our hopes and fears, the technology we've mastered, and our growing knowledge of the universe. Watch our depictions of extraterrestrial life change over nearly 100 films and 112 years.
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Alien Hybrids Are Everywhere
It sure is starting to get real Syfy movie up in here. Currently, it appears that fiction is becoming more fact. Recently, there were two reports of alien hybrids living in the United States. One report of alien hybrid came from the city of Los Angeles, which totally doesn't shock me at all because every time I go to the 99cent store I'm always convinced the employees are hybrid aliens. Or maybe I'm thinking illegal aliens?? Oh never mind. The other report of an alien hybrid came from India.
Villagers in India were digging when they found what looks like an alien-human hybrid. It was found by workers digging a water well in the Bawadi village of Jodhpur in Rajasthan. It definitely looks a little human and a little reptilian. Is there a little truth to it? I think it may just be a deformity, but who am I? I have no idea. This is the photo of what the villagers found digging.
The Los Angeles case of the alien-hybrid is so creepy. A possible human-alien hybrid allegedly was working for the CIA in California.
Police in Pacific Palisades, California, were called to investigate a decomposing body in an SUV. The remains belonged to Jeffery Alan Lash and apparently had been in the vehicle for two weeks. Lash’s fiancee, Catherine Nebron, told police she believed he was some sort of undercover officer, possibly with the CIA. So far, just your usual dead body investigation.
Lash died on July 4th and, per his instructions, Nebron left his body parked in the SUV where government officials would pick it up. Two days later, one of Lash’s employees – Dawn VadBunker – was reported missing by her mother, who said her daughter was convinced by Lash that he was an alien or human/alien hybrid “sent to Earth to protect us.”
If Lash was an alien or a hybrid, his non-human relatives left him no alien weapons but plenty of money because police found over 1,200 guns in his home worth an estimated $5 million, over 6 tons of ammunition, a number of SUVs modified for harsh terrain driving and $230,000 in cash.
Was Jeffery Lash an alien-human hybrid? There’s been no autopsy report and Dawn VadBunker – the woman who made the claim – is still missing. The only known photo of him appears to be from a high school yearbook where he looks as human as a teenager can look.
Creepy Slow Waving Clown In Cemetery
July 27, 2015 - Julia Graham and her husband were driving past the Rosehill Cemetery on Chicago’s North Side at 10pm when they saw something straight out of a David Lynch film (or else a low-budget straight to VHS 80s clown slasher flick, take your pick, either is equally valid here): A man dressed as a clown running towards the historic graveyard before scaling a 7-foot-tall-gate.
“When we get closer, we realize it’s a clown, which is super weird,” she told CBS Chicago’s investigative reporter Dave Savini:
It got weirder. When Julia and her husband hung around to get a better look, the clown was not deterred or afraid. He waved slowly at the couple. Incidents like this one aren’t isolated. A video of creepy clowns surprising people on the streets of California went viral last year. In New York, a clown was seen making a daytime excursion last year while holding some balloons.
“Oh, that’s super weird,” says Graham, when shown the New York video. “That is like making light of a cemetery.”
I don’t know if I would like it if something like this happened to me. I’ve pondered it, but could come to no conclusion. Maybe under the right circumstance and with the right person. A person who is armed, perhaps…
In any case, what did this guy achieve with this “activity”? Maybe it’s his kink? An art prank? He just always dresses like this or is a professional party clown and cutting through the cemetery is his shortcut home from work? None of the above? Who knows? And who can say besides the creepy clown guy himself? Creepy slow-waving Chicago clown guy, if you are reading this, please leave us some clues as to your “motivation” for this in the comments. Thank you in advance! ( via dangerousminds.net )
Inside The Satanic Temple's Secret
Despite protesters, death threats, and a torrential downpour, the Satanic Temple unveiled its one-and-a-half-ton, nine-foot goat-headed Baphomet monument in Detroit on Saturday. The statue was revealed to a sold-out crowd of hundreds just before midnight, at a secret party held in an industrial space outside of the city's downtown area.
Billing it as the "most controversial and politically charged contemporary work of art in the world" in a press release, the Temple kept the location of the unveiling a closely guarded secret in an effort to keep religious protesters away.
"It was almost impossible to throw this event," Satanic Temple spokesman Doug Mesner told VICE on Sunday. Chief among the problems faced by the group was finding a venue willing to host the ceremony.
The original location, the jazz and blues venue Bert's Warehouse, backed out following threats of violence and community backlash--later backpedaling by claiming they "weren't aware they were into devil worshipping." In all, seven other venues would agree to host the event before getting cold feet. The last venue canceled just three days before the scheduled date, and the final location was secured just hours later.
In the wake of numerous threats, organizers devised an elaborate scheme involving multiple security checkpoints. Hours before the event, ticket holders were emailed an address, which served not only as the first checkpoint but also a decoy location. Here, they were patted down and given another address where someone would meet them and guide them to the secret venue if they recited a password.
"We were thinking that having them sell their souls over to Satan would keep away some of the more radical superstitious people who would try to undermine the event."
Ticket holders were also required to sell their souls to the devil before being allowed into the venue. "We were thinking that having them sell their souls over to Satan would keep away some of the more radical superstitious people who would try to undermine the event," Mesner said.
Despite the online threats, the protesters who did show up at the decoy location were by and large well behaved. A U-Haul pickup circled the block, towing a sword-wielding statue of an angel. One woman sprinkled holy water on people while they waited in line. A couple busloads of people got out to sing hymns in front of the building. At one point, a woman attempted to block the entrance with a large sign; police later arrived to escort her off of the private property.
At the final location—one of the city's many drab, non-air-conditioned, post-industrial buildings—a heavy rain caused water to bubble up from a drain located in the middle of the floor, which organizers scrambled to sweep away. (The rain actually proved beneficial to the Satanic Temple by cooling the venue and possibly deterring further protesters.)
The statue unveiling was officially presented with a sermon by Satanic Temple co-founder Malcolm Jarry and Mesner, who read a statement tucked in the pages of a Bible, flanked by two men holding candles. As the two men removed the blanket from the monument (and started making out), Mesner ripped out pages from the Bible and threw them into the audience. Later, VIP ticket holders could get their photo taken on Baphomet's lap, while attendees hounded Mesner to autograph the torn Bible pages.
The tension between the Temple and Detroit's Christian community has been escalating since June, when the group announced the monument would be unveiled in the city. Mesner says he has repeatedly called on Saturday's protest organizer—Pastor David Bullock of Oxygen's reality TV show Preachers of Detroit fame—to publicly condemn the threats of violence against the Temple. Instead, Bullock posted a video on his Facebook page that featured a gunshot and blood-splatter graphical motif, calling on local Christians to meet at Bert's to pray for Detroit.
"It's such a controversial and charged object, it's almost unbelievable," Mesner said. "It was funny to see that contrast between protesters crying because they thought this great evil was being brought to the world, and some of the people during the unveiling with tears in their eyes because they thought this was the culmination of what they've been fighting for for so long finally becoming realized."
For now, the statue is en route to a secret storage location, where it awaits the next step. While originally conceived to be placed next to the Ten Commandments monument on Oklahoma's capitol grounds, that state's supreme court recently declared the Ten Commandments monument to be unconstitutional—a move Mesner believes was caused by the Satanic Temple's push. But the fight isn't over yet, with the state's attorney general recently filing an appeal and Governor Marry Fallin stating that the legislature is pursuing making changes to the state Constitution.
Last year, Mesner described Baphomet to VICE as "part man, part animal, points above, points below, the legs are crossed, upright pentagram on head, inverse pentagram behind the head, and the Caduceus on the lap representing balance and reconciliation." The Satanic Temple has maintained that their Satan is a metaphorical one and not a deity, stating on their website "to embrace the name Satan is to embrace rational inquiry removed from supernaturalism and archaic tradition-based superstitions.
"The whole idea of the reconciliation of the opposites is that they don't have war with one another, but that they can coexist in some kind of state of understanding," Mesner said. "That's really the message behind putting it with the Ten Commandments. I think it's a message worth hearing."