A successful SpaceX rocket launch lit up the night sky over Southern California yesterday evening. Some people tweeted about seeing a UFO or witnessing an end-of-the-world scenario but this dazzling display of lights was man-made. The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket could not have been missed by those living in the Los Angeles area - as it was both heard - with a sonic boom, and seen overhead. Elon Musk and countless other "witnesses" posted photos on social media of the amazing sky event:
This isn't the first time SpaceX has been seen by the masses, and even sparked UFO sightings. In December 2017, a SpaceX rocket launch caused a mild panic in LA when people could not identify the amazing light show they were seeing in front of them:
Did you also get a glimpse of the SpaceX Rocket? Did you see something strange about it, or did you see it from a location far away from Southern California? Let me know!
Interesting enough, in the 1970s and 80s, the Vandenberg Air Force Base, where this modern-day rocket launched from, was once a secret, unused space port!
Feel free to share your SpaceX sightings, and ideas on these recent rocket launches and how they affect UFO sightings and "culture," in the comments or on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram!
Late Astronaut John Glenn Tried to Tell Us the Truth About UFOs and Aliens in an Episode of Frasier!
In UFOJane's latest YouTube video, the question is asked.... was John Glenn a believer in UFOs and aliens, and did he try to tell us all the truth about them in an episode of Frasier?
Did you know that in August 1977, NASA tried to communicate with aliens? Specifically, they sent off a gold record (and a record player, too, of course) full of information about Earth and humans on two Voyager spacecraft. The disc contained diagrams of hydrogen atoms, pictures of the solar system, planet Earth, and various "human" scenes, along with sounds of human greetings in different languages, popular songs, and sound effects from Earth (including the sound of crickets, a heartbeat, and a wild dog).
The idea was Carl Sagan's, but despite him not being a fan of rock and roll, Chuck Berry's classic "Johnny B. Goode" made it to the record.
Of course, those who believe that NASA made contact with aliens a long time ago and has never disclosed this information may view this story as distracting disinformation. Others will probably wonder if NASA ever heard back from the aliens, and if that communication has since been kept top-secret.
Apparently, the gold record and record player were estimated to survive space for a billion years, so it's possible aliens may get the message way into the future.
What do you think of NASA's gold record offering to random aliens out in the galaxy? Was it a good idea? Was it a genuine attempt at communication? Share your thoughts on this in the comments below or join the conversation on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.
This most recent 2018 crop circle season has been as beautiful as it has been perplexing. My favorite crop circle of the summer was the July 24th, 2018 "open door" that showed up in Gurston Ashes in Wiltshire. Many people have theories about what the design means, with the most popular being that it represents a portal into a new dimension, or opening up of a new world. Notice how the door is not all the way open, but only kind of, almost like it is beckoning us:
What do you think of this recent crop circle? Is it the work of some otherworldly or alien entity? Crop circle expert Michael Glickman, who I recently interviewed for "The Weird UFO Show," believes that most crop circles are not man-made, and he had this comment about the geometry of the Burston Ashes door: "the doorknob is located at the center of the enclosing and outer circle."
What do you think? Do you think this crop circle is man-made or "alien" in nature? Let me know what you message you think this crop circles, and others, are trying to convey to humanity in the comments, or on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter.
I just finished reading all 673 pages of "Sekret Machines Book 2: A Fire Within," and they skipped by as fast as a flying saucer.
The story begins in 3,216 BCE in Iraq with a 15-year-old apprentice sneaking away from home to pursue a mysterious light... or ancient UFO... but "A Fire Within" doesn't hang around in BCE for long. It swiftly picks up to modern times, and more modern-day UFOs, following the lives of Timika Mars, an investigative journalist, Barry Regis and Alan Young, top-secret military pilots and childhood friends, Nicolas Tan, a young archaeologist, and Jennifer Quinn, a rich English heiress, who are all daring to unravel the truth about... well, they're not sure yet. But they aren't alone in their search for the truth. And in fact, they may not be alone in the universe, either.
The reader is brought along for many different journeys, instead of having to follow around just one protagonist. This gives Delonge and Hartley the chance to tell a very hectic story without ever losing them.
For those of you who've followed Tom Delonge's nonfictional search for the truth about UFOs and aliens, and especially for those who've read Book 1, "A Fire Within" is equal parts original and familiar.
That is to say, the plot includes triangle UFOs (specifically referring to the "Tr3b"), flying discs, cigar-shaped craft, crop circles, remote viewing, cattle mutilations, Atlantis, fairies(!), and well, aliens of course. Not the stereotypical aliens you might expect in a summer blockbuster, but a more relatable and as a result, more ominous kind.
Almost every plot line in the book can be followed up with a Google search, which will lead you to real news articles and declassified government files, all requiring their own long reading sessions to fully grasp. After all, a good chunk of "A Fire Within" takes place at Area 51, AKA "Dreamland."
This book should be read with caution. The heads of Tom Delonge and A.J. Hartley are admittedly full of real government intel, and so that means "A Fire Within" is full of real government intel... and possibly even disinformation.
That said, "A Fire Within" is a breezy read that picks up where the government has left off - filling in all the redacted lines from the Roswell case files, and others like it, with memorable and colorful characters and scenes.
If you consider yourself a fan of ufology, "A Fire Within" makes sense to add to your bookshelf. However, for people who are new to the field or Tom Delonge's book series, it's advised to do some independent searching for the truth before delving into this "fantastical" take on it.
Have you read Sekert Machines? What do you think? Share your thoughts in the comments below, or on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram!
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