UFO Sightings: South Korea, Russia, Nw Zealand, Monument Valley USA, Texas, Australie, France, Canada, Sweden – March 27 to April 9, 2012

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Composition of the best UFO sightings over the period March 27 to April 9, 2012

April 9, 2012: St. Petersburg, Russia

April 7, 2012: Seoul, South Korea

April 4, 2012: New Zealand

April 3, 2012: Monument Valley, USA

April 3, 2012: Dallas, Texas

April 2, 2012: Melbourne, Australia

April 1, 2012: Pic de Bugarach, France

April 1, 2012 : Near Paris, France

March 27, 2012: Mission BC, Canada

February, 2012 : Sweden

Source Youtube ufo

5 responses to “UFO Sightings: South Korea, Russia, Nw Zealand, Monument Valley USA, Texas, Australie, France, Canada, Sweden – March 27 to April 9, 2012

  1. As someone who lives in New Zealand, I can personally vouch for the authenticity of the April 4th NZ video! I’ve personally seen these same vehicles flying above Otago, Canterbury and South England at night, along with other eyewitnesses. Here are my observations:

    – They fly singly, not in clusters.
    – There can be anywhere between 1-5 of these vehicles flying in the sky at any given time.
    – They fly at a constant speed (the same speed as in the above video).
    – They appear to be approximately the size of the stars, though sometimes they can appear larger.
    – They can be white, blue, yellow or gold in colour. Their colour is constant; they do not flicker or change colours.
    – They can appear and dissapear at will; sometimes they blink in and out of view in a “blip-blip……blip-blip-blip……blip-blip-blip……blip-blip-blip-blip-blip-blip……blip-blip-blip-blip-blip” (2-3-3-5-5…) pattern.
    – They can usually be seen flying in the direction of the Peninsula, though they sometimes fly in the opposite direction (inland).
    – Sightings of these light orbs (or ‘moving stars’ as I like to call them) usually last about a minuite or two, depending on the object’s flight path (sometimes they fly in a straight path across the sky, sometimes they curve off and fly in different directions).
    – A few times, I have observed them suddenly glowing brightly for approx. 2-5 seconds, making them appear like they are flying on an incoming trajectory towards the ground. This is an optical illusion, however.
    – They are completely silent.
    – They can be seen flying in the sky over Dunedin between 10.20 p.m. and 4.00 a.m. Occasionally, there is a 5-10 minuite pause between each ‘wave’ of sightings. I estimate that anywhere between 10-50 of these vehicles fly over Dunedin each clear or partially-cloudy night. I’m not sure whether or not they fly over Dunedin on overcast nights.

    I am absolutely certain that these objects are not helicopters, private planes, jets, ball lightning, plasma artefacts or sattelites. I have observed helicopters, private planes, jets and sattelites many times before, and can easily distinguish between them and the light orbs (they are all different in appearance and fly in different ways). Ball lightning and plasma artefacts are (to my knowledge) rare, and do not move across the sky or blink in and out of sight as the light orbs do, making them poor candidates for these objects. I believe that it is more likely that they are military-owned, improved Feuerball-type drones designed to be used for surveillance purposes.

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  2. Ian Williams

    United Nations Air Force and or United States Air Force using anti-grav technology – one is made by Northrop Grumman and the other by Lockheed Martin, both based at Nellis AFB. Nellis is Greek and means “LIGHT”.

    Just think the missing Trillions from the Pentagon, gone, gone, gone accounts.

    The “invaders” from outer space will have American accents? Unless of course they speak Esperanto! LOL. Years and years of conditioning to receive the saviors of the planet…wake up…it is the Beast, and who is like the Beast and who can make war with him?
    The “aliens” are already here! Just ask John Travolta – hahahahahaha lol.

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  3. I live in a small town in central Queensland and I can tell you there has been some unusual activity in the skies here at night lately. The airport closes around 11 pm and the next closest airport open late is over a 6 hour car drive away in Brisbane so I know it’s not airplanes- not at those low levels. it’s not helicopters, it’s not weather balloons, and to be honest I have no idea what else it could be. They have all been spotted after midnight and they emit a blue light in a ball shape that travels at a constant speed across the sky. Fast enough so that you know you’re not watching a star but slow enough that your eyes can follow it. I wish I had a way to record it. It hasn’t happened every night, well not that I’ve seen anyway, but it’s happened probably 5 or 6 times since the beginning of April that I’ve noticed. It could have been happening before that but I only recently started staying up later so I don’t know for sure. However, like I said, it’s DEFINITELY not airplanes or helicopters- trust me, I’ve watched the skies enough in my 42 years to know it’s not.

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  4. …from reminants of wf144 docs…”for warned is for armed”…”be not fooled even by your eyes as we aproach the time of crossing…in you is truth…all else illusion”…(…undecipherable)…of sympathethic harmonics inverse of what is common knowledge…

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  5. i believe those are just drones of someone whos spying others

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