Unidentified flying objects, also known as UFOs, have been documented by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), for many years. The CIA has noted eyewitness accounts of various flying aircraft being spotted in the skies all over this world which have appeared in various colors, shapes, and sizes. The UFOs have also been seen hovering over deserted land, water and other places, speeding quickly or moving slowly, appearing out of nowhere, or seeming to have vanished right before eyes! Unfortunately, many stories of strange sightings aren't always taken seriously simply because the witnesses aren't credible. It also doesn't help if some people enjoy creating fantastic stories just for attention sake and/or to boost sales in business revenue.
At one time, I was one of the critics who thought that UFO sightings were nothing more than fictional until I saw three small objects in the sky that were nothing like anything I had ever seen! In the year of 2000, I was an expectant mother staying on the 16th floor of a complex located in Euclid, Ohio. I had the blinds of the balcony window opened so that I could watch the sunset like I frequently did each evening. However, this particular day I saw what appeared to be three small lights evenly separated in the sky. At first I thought they were jets, but there was no fuel coming from behind them like typical jets that fly through the sky. I noticed they didn't move like aircraft that I had seen before either and they twinkled. What I witnessed made me think briefly could they be stars? But I knew better, because all three of these objects were moving slowly, so I dismissed the thought. These unknown things seemed to just linger than proceed to move quickly and linger again. Then what really got my attention was when they just seemed to disappear with no trail of anything left behind.
I was nervous after watching this and somewhat scared. I didn't get on the phone calling everyone I knew, because I didn't want to get into the "what could it have been" scenarios. If anything, I didn't feel like I should be talking about it. My "keep quiet" attitude could have been because of movies I had watched in the past where people who talked of UFO experiences were usually told that what they saw was nothing or they were accused of being crazy. Instead, I watched the news that evening to see if the UFO sighting would be mentioned and it was!
The reporter announced that the Cleveland Police had received numerous calls about UFO sightings that night. However, the reporter covering the UFO sightings appeared insincere, as if it were all a hoax. She even laughed a little. It turned out that there were many sightings in the Euclid area prior to that one. The same UFOs that I saw in 2000 were seen back in 1994 in Cleveland over a nine day period. These UFOs appeared hovering over Lake Erie. MSNBC reported that Cleveland has a NASA lab called the Glenn Research Center, but when they were contacted, they said there were no rockets or other aircraft being tested at that time. The Pentagon was contacted and there was no military testing going on in the area. The FAA was also called and a representative said, "the lights seem different than other aircraft in the area." In addition, there was a UFO expert that appeared on MSNBC, Nick Pope, who had been interviewed about his take on the situation. Pope questioned whether anything came up on the radar, but the reporter said that the FAA checked in with Cleveland air traffic control and they didn't find anything unusual on the radar. The MSNBC reporter went on to question the expert about whether the UFOs were possible helicopters, a rescue service or something else. Pope said that he didn't think so, and what was strange to him, is the UFO seemed to change in color. He found it interesting that the UFO kept coming as often as it did. Both the reporter and Pope mentioned the contents of the video would have to be analyzed.
The reason why this particular UFO story was more interesting than most I had read or heard about, was because for days, the same images appeared in the sky and people were beginning to congregate on the beaches of Lake Erie to watch the UFOs.
Now what I found odd about the 1994 MSNBC news coverage was two things: the expert that was contacted was located at BBC news in London. It didn't make since to me that they needed to call him, to get his take on the UFO sighting in Ohio; what was wrong with interviewing local or national ufology experts? I also found it odd that local reporters didn't bother interviewing eyewitnesses who saw sightings in the sky that night. Neither did they talk about repeated UFO sightings that have showed up over decades in Ohio. What was with the lack of coverage on other news broadcasts?
After my UFO sighting in 2000, there was nothing more said on the major news channels in the Cleveland area about the incident. The report back in 2000 didn't even go to the extent of interviewing any experts, getting eyewitness accounts, or even contacting the local government or NASA. It is my belief, that there are those man-made UFO creations that the government and other related entities already know about. I believe this is why they don't really get the news coverage they deserve, because they already know who is responsible. However, I think there are those UFO sightings that even our government is baffled by. They know that if UFOs ever decided to go rogue, there will be most likely a battle where innocent lives will be at stake.
Over the years, Lake Erie has had many UFO sightings including one as recent as May 2011. A UFO enthusiast, Michael Hill from Eastlake, OH obtained footage of a close up shot of what looks like a fire ball with different sets of colors. He claims that every year the UFO sightings appear to come closer and closer. Other residents say they often see strange lights in the area. Lake Erie has been a hot spot for UFO activity and has received coverage in recent years by news and documentary filmmakers, national news and the History Channel.
According to the CIA website, as early as 593 BC, in the Holy Bible there was a UFO sighting by Ezekiel, a prophet of God. "And I looked, and, behold, a whirlwind came out of the north, a great cloud, and a fire infolding itself, and a brightness [was] about it, and out of the midst thereof as the colour of amber, out of the midst of the fire." (Ezekiel 1:4, KJV.) It is assumed by many bible educators and readers that in the book of Ezekiel, chapter one, the prophet is describing a UFO aircraft. Other passages of scripture they claim refer to Ezekiel seeing what today we would describe as hand-held devices, spinning wheels, strange faces, and more.
Some Christian researchers believe that alien encounters are not of God and so they instruct believers, according to John 4:1. " Beloved, believe not every spirit, but try the spirits whether they are of God: because many false prophets are gone out into the world." (KJV) According to Cutting Edge, a website that reports alien activity is demonic, says, "Remember the Apostle Paul's prophetic warning in 2 Corinthians 11:14, "...Satan himself masquerades as an angel of light." To condition people to believe in the concepts of the New World Order, Satan has caused his demons to physically manifest themselves as Aliens, traveling in UFO's, complete with highly technological machines. Do not underestimate Satan; he is the Lord of this world, and he is now being allowed by the Holy Spirit to intervene in unparalleled ways in today's world. The results are going to be spectacular."
Now let's fast forward to more recent days of news coverage regarding UFO sightings. It seems that UFO stories and movies are gaining more attention again, but why? As far back as 1982, most of us recall seeing the movie E.T. Some individuals who had experienced extraterrestrial encounters believed that the movie was created to condition young children to accept alien beings. In 1982, Michael London, of the Los Angeles Times, got paranormal experts together to get their opinion on the movie, E.T. Back then, London noted, according to Cutting Edge, `This is a true movie, not a romance. It's part of a CONDITIONING PROCESS TO PREPARE US FOR THE ARRIVAL OF ALIEN BEINGS.' `The movie is a vehicle...It invites the audience to be less afraid of the so-called paranormal. And what better place to start than with the children?'...Everything is being done through the children..."
So is this is what is happening again, a reconditioning of past programming to get us to accept what is to come? Whether "it" comes in an alien suit or a supernatural one, from the looks of things, such as in the movie, Battle for Los Angeles, it doesn't look like the programming nowadays is to accept alien beings of any kind, but to fight them.
What about the Mayan prophecy regarding the world ending by 2012 and the connection to alien beings destroying our planet during that time? For some people, the Mayan prophecy is untrue and others believe it is nothing more than yet another opportunity to capitalize off of people's worst fears. According to an article written by Michael Jack, Heritage Key, "I came back from England last year and, man, they had me fed up with this stuff," said Apolinario Chile Pixtun, a Mayan elder, speaking to Discovery News. He's determined that the perceived end of the Mayan Longcount Calendar on December 21 2012 and the Armageddon is firmly a creation of western imagination, and has no rooting in Mayan beliefs. Kathryn Reese-Taylor, a Canadian archeologist and professor at the University of Calgary, claims that the 2012 prophecy is not true. The world as we know it will not end in December 2012, says Taylor on Max Updates a website that records doomsday prophecies. "These predictions are scare tactics, conspiracy theories, and chances to make money from books and movies," said a top contributor on Yahoo Answers.
I personally don't believe in the end of the world man-made messages no more than I believed the supposed Y2K mayhem of yesteryear. What I do believe, is we will see more weird sightings in the skies that are most likely coming from very sophisticated technology beyond what our minds can imagine as well as an increase of supernatural encounters with both angelic and demonic beings. According to the Holy Bible (KJV) in the Book of Ephesians 6:1, "For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high [places]."
Depending on where UFO sightings and alien beings appear, means more money for the community that believes they are lucky to get the sightings or unlucky if their once peaceful community turns upside down because of them. Why would this be so? Because many skeptics, conspiracy theorists, truth seekers and the like, will want to flock to these areas to investigate things for themselves which means they will need the following: a hotel to stay in, gas for vehicles, and some food and drink. Of course, business savvy people will make sure there are souvenirs to buy and tours created to visit areas where UFO sightings have appeared like many communities already do for a hefty fee. There may also be negative activities that may cause problems at these UFO locations especially for those who aren't mentally, spiritually or physically capable of handling all the pressures that come with man-made and/or supernatural activities.
In my quest to learn more about UFO sightings, I stumbled upon a video recorded in 1991 of a formal naval officer, American writer, shortwave broadcaster, conspiracy theorist, and political activist. His name was William Cooper who died in November 2001. While in the navy, Cooper saw a UFO on duty, but he was ordered to never talk about what he had seen. He said he had "to sign a security oath." During the Vietnam War there was a lot of UFO activity and he didn't know why, according to Cooper. He knew "for a fact that an entire village had disappeared after UFO activity had been seen hovering over the area." He said he had no idea where the people went. He also mentioned he had been told by his superiors that if the soldiers had any UFO information, "we were to speak over the radio, and use the code word '˜enemy helicopter activity', the enemy had no helicopters -- " This statement was really in reference to UFO activity during the Vietnam War, according to Cooper. The Vietnamese had no helicopters.
Like Cooper, how many other American soldiers are told to be quiet about UFO activity? These days it seems that things are changing when it comes to sharing UFO encounters. The increase in public awareness regarding UFO encounters might have something to do with a United Nations meeting held back in February 12-18, 2008. Some UFO researchers have reported on their websites that 30 nations agreed on "a new openness policy on UFOs and extraterrestrial life in 2009," according to Unleavened Bread Ministries and other sites. "The openness policy was implemented but never publicly announced due to threats against UN diplomats not to disclose details of the secret agreement."
A Gallup poll in 1996 said that 71 percent of Americans believe the government knows more than it is telling us about UFOs. According to a 1973 Gallup Poll printed in The New York Times, 95 percent of all Americans have at least heard or read something about UFOs, and 57 percent believe they are real. Former U.S. Presidents Carter and Regan claim to have seen a UFO.