UFOs above Sakurajima Volcano Eruption! – July 14, 2011

UFOs have always been interested in volcanoes and especially the activities of the Sakurajima Volcano. This volcano remains active. Is that normal or is there more to it?

The lava seems to be radioactive and the debris coming out has a definite ‘wave’ about it that seems unusual.

Witness: Referring to the fact that some of those white hot particles seem to not cool down with the other ones which got me to thinking if there was a possibility of TEPCO dumping waste in this volcano, there is something going on down at the base there, many trucks going in and out, I was watching them yesterday wondering what they were doing…

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Source and author: BeePeeOilDisaster (youtube)

16 responses to “UFOs above Sakurajima Volcano Eruption! – July 14, 2011

  1. Just read and be a filter of what can derive from this news website. God bless.

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  2. just read and be a filter of what you can derive from this news website. God bless.

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  3. That’s just ridiculous thinking there dumping nuclear waste. This is what volcanoes do buddy. You need to get out more often and quit OVER analyseing everthing…:)

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  4. So What your a expert now, on what radio active particles from a volcanoe look like?

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  5. Post your Credentials Bee Pee!!!!

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  6. Or put that JOINT out!!!!!!

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  7. Hmmm wonder if maybe there trying to redirect the lava flows with the equipment at the base area Bee Pee?

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  8. I not sure if this recent video is on this website but its very interesting and detailed!

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  10. UFOs come to the volcano for explosion, Sakurajima Volcano, July 14, 2011

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  11. Surprise Footage! UFO over South Africa, Google Earth

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  12. Frank Dracman

    beepee is a fraud I do not trust anything with his name attached

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  13. those are unmanned drones… nothing more..

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  14. I doubt VERY much TEPCO is dumping radioactive waste into the volcano for the simple reason, that the corium at the Fukushima reactors is at present (and for quite some time to come), SO hot, that it’s impossible to move it anywhere at all. If they tried to load it onto trucks, firstly the workers would get zapped with so much radiation if they get that close to it, it would fry them and guarantee them a quick and painful death withing days (if not hours) and secondly, the corium would burn straight through any container they tried to put it in, trucks included. The corium has to cool first before TEPCO can hope to do anything with it at all and that will take a long time and all they can do is keep trying to keep the corium cool until then.

    As for the radioactive cooling water they are stuck with, no way they would be dumping 1000’s of tons of that into the volcano either, as we’re talking about thousand and thousands of tons of the stuff and it would just steam off anyway and spread radioactivity all around the area.

    If such irresponsible behaviour as dumping was ever on TEPCO’s mind, it would be much easier for them to just dump it into the ocean right next to them instead of hauling it off to some volcano.

    As for the UFO seen in the video, I wasn’t aware that they had any interest in volcanoes at all until yesterday, coincidentally enough, when I came across this video below. It has a load of hyper-cool footage of different UFOs in it and is well worth the watch. There’s some fantastic footage in it! There is also one shot where you see a UFO actually fly into a pyroclastic flow. Now that’s just impressive! Dang!

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  15. Oh and the electirc flash seen in the video? That’s called volcano lightning is a pretty normal occurrence during eruptions and there are loads of fantastic and truly stunning pictures and footage of it around on the net. Just look up volcano lightning and prepare yourself to be WOW’ed! 🙂

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  16. I’ve watched a few of this guys videos. I was banned from his channel on youtube for making a simple dissenting comment. This guy is a coward for not allowing free speech.

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