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5 Famous UFO Sightings that Rocked the Planet

The world’s people have always been fascinated by UFO sightings. Since the beginning of the 1900s many have reported seeing peculiar flying objects floating through the sky. Some even claim to have been abducted by them. Despite so many sightings being reported across the world, some government agencies continue to claim they are ignoring them.

Let’s take a look at some of the world’s most stimulating UFO sightings:

The Rendlesham Forest Incident

The Rendlesham Forest Incident is often referred to as “Britain’s Roswell”. The first sightings in Rendlesham Forest were reported towards the end of 1980 by a Royal Airforce Military Base. In the same year, a couple of US Airforce personnel reported seeing bright lights falling into the Rendelsham Forest at around 3am. According to reports, the men had gone into the forest to further explore what they had seen. They discovered a shiny, metallic object that was emitting light and moving around the forest. The local police followed up with the servicemen but they didn’t see any metallic object. However, they did find strange markings on the ground at the site.

The Rendlesham Forest Incident

They later put out the disinformation story that the observed lights that British and classified US servicemen had seen belonged to a nearby lighthouse and the on-site markings they had spotted were made by animals. They could have come up with much better deceptions than that fabricated cover-up nonsense.

After a few days, more servicemen went into the forest in search of answers and they too claimed to have seen three bright lights in the sky which reportedly shone for hours. Military personnel also witnessed a strange craft hover down near the ground but were ordered to remain silent about this.

Astronomers and independent researchers outside the classified domain today are in dispute regarding what the bright lights were, as any evidence something from beyond Earth did take place there has been carefully buried in misinformation and misdirection. Some say they could have been bright stars in the sky while others strongly believe that they are UFOs. This is how real events get watered down into mediocrity at great taxpayer expense without taxpayer awareness. This kind of thing puts a strain on economies around the world and it is entirely no longer necessary today.

The Battle of Los Angeles

California is known for many things but it also tops the list for having the most UFO sightings in the country. The majority of UFO sightings in California were reported between the years 2001 and 2015.

The Battle of Los Angeles

There may not be many UFO sightings in Los Angeles today but one of its most notorious UFO sightings happened back in 1942. It was in the midst of World War II and 3 months after Pearl Harbor. On the night of Feb 24, 1942, the US military instructed their units to prepare for possible air raids by the Japanese. The next morning, the military reported an unidentified aircraft, just 120 miles away from Los Angeles. The radar caught the aircraft momentarily but then it disappeared – completely.

The military assumed the aircraft belonged to the Japanese and responded by instigating a city-wide blackout and launching a defense air raid. It wasn’t long until reports of the crash landings of foreign aircraft, unidentified aircraft and even US planes poured into the police department.

The panic and chaos caused the death of at least 5 civilians who either had heart attacks or died in a car accident during the blackout. This is the typical fear-mongering that is carefully orchestrated to keep the public in fear and self-denial of what they inwardly sense is true but  being kept from their conscious awareness. The classified people who do this are very good at what they do. However, they too are now changing in unexpected ways for the better.

After things settled down, it was found that the aircraft didn’t belong to enemy nations. Security forces had received reports on several unexplained sightings including aircraft, balloons and other hovering objects. To this day, the vast majority of the public still don’t know what the sightings were, nor has any foreign nation taken responsibility, leaving many to speculate that we may have been visited by otherworldly beings that day.

The 1952 Washington, D.C. UFO Incident

Many famous reports of UFO incidents involve military radars; the 1952 Washington D.C UFO incident was no different. Military radars belonging to air traffic controllers in Ronald Reagan Airport detected movement on their radars. They noticed unidentified aircraft on their radar screens that were traveling so fast the radar couldn’t adequately track them.

Washington D.C. UFO Incident

As expected, the incident caused panic among some civilians. In the following weekend, numerous eye witness accounts were reported by citizens, military personnel and airline crew members. The nation went into a carefully orchestrated frenzy. In order to calm the public anxiety, the Air Force later held the largest press conference of the time and stated that the strange lights in the sky were probably just meteors, stars or other meteorological phenomena. They did this to take the political pressure off themselves coming from a few panic-stricken people and to keep their little secrets – secret!

The Belgian UFO Wave

The US may have had the most UFO sightings in the world but it was Belgium that has the longest-lasting series of unexplained UFO sightings. Approximately 13,500 people reported UFO sightings in Belgium between 1989 and April 1990. People claim to have seen triangle shaped aircraft flying low in the sky. In the spring of 1990, military fighter pilots were sent out to find out what was going on after more reports of sightings had come in. In one incident, the fighter pilots pursued the suspicious aircraft but they were way too fast and flew out of range in a matter of moments.

The Belgian UFO Wave

The sightings stopped in the following months and the incident was written off as a harmless, unsolved mystery.

The Flying Saucer

Ever wondered why we imagine spaceships look like flying discs or flying saucers even though the government has not confirmed there have been actual known and documented sightings? A pilot named Kenneth Arnold was the first to use the term ‘flying saucer’ to describe unidentified aircraft he spotted in 1947 – the same year as the infamous Roswell incident.

The Flying Saucer

During a flight for a business trip to Yakima Wash, Arnold reportedly spotted not one but nine disk-shaped aircraft flying in a V-shaped formation. They appeared to be headed to Mount Rainier at a speed of 1,700 mph. In the weeks that followed, more UFO sightings were reported.

Governments around the world may have dismissed these sightings as meteorological phenomena but direct experience-based, hidden-truth revealing researcher R. Scott Lemriel knows that extraterrestrials have been visiting the Earth for many millions of years. He shares his accounts of multidimensional travel and alien encounters during the many radio-TV show that interviewed him, and during special international and domestic conferences, as well as through his books, The Seres Agenda and The Emerald Doorway (the first book of The Parallel Time trilogy book and screenplay series). His hidden truth revealing website is at: www.paralleltime.com.

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