October 1, 2010
UFO, Underground Bases, and Government cover-ups
UFOs have been seen by people all over the world. People of different cultures and ethnicities have different names for these unknown craft. In Spanish it is “objeto volante no identificado”, and in German it is actually UFO. Regardless of what race you are, UFO means the same thing, “Unidentified flying Object”. Let me be clear on this. It means it is a flying object that cannot be identified. We will delve into the world of UFOs and underground military installations, and examine the history of UFOs, their hot spots, and look into evidence of government cover-ups. UFO History
Unidentified flying objects have been around a long time, one of the earliest sightings in 593 BC, recorded in the Bible in the book of Ezekiel 1:16. Ezekiel talks of encountering a flying object near Cheber River Chaldea, in today’s Iraq. "Now as I looked at the living creatures, I saw a wheel upon the earth beside the living creatures, one for each of the four of them. As for the appearance of the wheels and their construction: their appearance was like the gleaming of beryl” (1, Ezekiel 1:16 English standard version, 2010). Perhaps it sounds like something out of a science fiction movie, but many historians have taken this biblical account seriously. He described what he saw with words and phrases from the reality and time he was living in. Even so, there is enough information there to conclude that he was witnessing a craft of some kind and its occupants. There is also the famous story most people know of; the crashed UFO in Roswell, New Mexico that happened in July, 1947. This happened the same year Kenneth Arnold spotted nine mysterious, high-speed objects while flying his private plane near Mt. Rainier, Washington, just a month earlier. “His report made international headlines and triggered hundreds of similar accounts of “flying saucers” locally and across the nation” (Maccabee, 2002). UFO Hot-Spots
Although UFOs have been sighted all over the world there are particular places that seem to have a high percentage of sightings, and these areas are called “hot-spots”. The United States has a number of hot-spots, particularly in the southwest. This area has some of the most astonishing occurrences of sightings on record. In addition to the countless sightings, there are reports of abductions and animal mutilations, but that’s another matter we won’t get into. With little research you will find that Arizona and New Mexico have been hot-spots for a long time. Arizona’s Phoenix lights were seen by hundreds of people, some witnessing what looked like flares and others reporting a very large triangular craft. New Mexico is riddled with stories of UFO sightings and crashed disks. One well known hot-spot is the “Texas Triangle”. “This is a strip of land with triangular sides approximately 180 miles in length, and runs between Texas and Albuquerque, New Mexico” (Space 2001, 2001). It covers the area of Roswell, New Mexico, the town famous for its story of a recovered crashed disk. Recently in California, there has been a report of a UFO crash in the town of Fresno, California on August 27, 2010. The Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) received a phone call on their 24 hour hotline about a crashed triangular disk. MUFON, is an American non-profit organization that investigates cases of reported UFO sightings. Witnesses reported seeing a flying object crash into the side of a mountain and the military quickly swooped in to surround it (Unexplainable.net, 2010). This has to be one of the most significant events since Roswell, and it happened this year, just a little over a month ago. The witnesses claimed they saw a black triangular craft crash into a mountain on the north side of Fresno. They also saw a number of military vehicles headed toward the crash site. It is assumed they were there to cover-up...