Will We Make Contact With Aliens Soon?
I believe that our first public contact with aliens or extraterrestrials will take place soon. This belief is based on the messages that I have been receiving from the Spirit World, messages that are eerily supported by a number of events that have taken place within this year.
What triggered me to discuss this matter is the strange light seen by numerous witnesses over the skies of San Diego and the rest of Southern California, on November 7, 2015.
Here's what NBC San Diego had to say about what happened:
Viewers across California and parts of the West Coast reported seeing a strange, large flash of light across the Pacific Ocean Saturday night as the U.S. Navy was conducting a missile test.
Many viewers called NBC San Diego, NBC Southern California and NBC Bay Area reporting a green and blue colored streak of bright light through the sky, reported as far south as Mexico and as far north as the Bay Area. Some viewers even reported seeing it in Nevada, Colorado and Arizona.
Here's an eyewitness video posted in YouTube by user Bryan Holman. You'll note how the people observing the strange lights were discussing how authorities have claimed that the lights were the result of a missile test flight.
But were the lights really caused by missiles?
I'm not convinced.
And there are strong reasons behind what I believe.
Mysterious Lights in the Sky Over the Past Months
Here's a sampling of different reports concerning mysterious lights in the sky that were made public, just this year alone.
On the 21st of April 2015, there was an eyewitness account posted online, with visual documentation (video and image). Here's what the eyewitness of the "strange, blinking lights" had to say:
I was staying at the Valley Motel in Room 24 on the end. I went outside to smoke a cigarette and saw a blinking light floating towards the road. I got my phone camera. I started the first video on the side of Jacksboro high to film the one.
Then I noticed as it went across the street there were a lot more. I saw one man walking across street and asked him what those were. He said they were satellites, but he didn’t know and walked off. I filmed the one that hovered above the street light. Halfway through the 12 minute video I got a chance to run across street and film the other half. I only filmed there that long because I was being yelled at by manager asking what I was doing.
Meanwhile, on the 22nd of June in Indiana, another set of strange lights were seen in the sky.
According to the Daily Mail, the unusual dancing lights were caused by a natural phenomenon:
A mysterious band of light has been spotted high in a cloud, appearing to look like something that is out of this world.
In reality the rare event is a ‘jumping sundog’, a remarkable phenomenon that sees rapid light changes in clouds.
The cause of the phenomenon is not entirely clear, but a leading theory is that it might be caused by lightning discharge in a thundercloud.
Here's a video of the dancing lights, and the WCCB Charlotte (parent corporations: CBS and Warner Bros.), while acknowledging for its audience what happened, also quickly did its best to dispel any thoughts about the lights originating from UFOs through several clips edited-in to their news item.
If you like Shakespeare, I'm sure you're familiar with this quotation which really hits the spot as far the efforts to disprove a possible UFO sighting have gone: "The lady doth protest too much, methinks."
In other words, "a person's overly frequent or adamant attempts to convince others that one thing is true, ironically, makes others believe that the opposite is true"
After all, there wouldn't be any smoke without fire!
But wait, there's more!
What about the lights in the sky seen this past September 2, 2015 over Eastern Florida?
Here's a video of those lights, courtesy of YouTube user Community Broadcast Network.
In the video description, it was supposedly an Atlas rocket.
There's always a logical reason given for all the lights being seen.
But contrast those claims with what dedicated UFO spotters have to say:
Most of these beams of light shot up from the clouds as if a battery of gigantic searchlights are searching the landscape, and are identical to a vertical band of light, like the famous beam of light emanating from the peak of the Kukulkan Pyramid, photographed by Hector Siliezar on July 24, 2009, while on vacation in Mexico.
It seems unlikely that all these beams are just natural phenomena, camera malfunction or a digital cam glitch.
Could it be that the sun’s solar radiation interacts deep within the Earth’s magnetic field is adhering to the planet’s magnetic lines? And what we see as a beam of light is in fact the ionized particles charged from the sun’s solar wind, or is there something going on?
That last sentence is very interesting "is there something going on?"
Listen to the Experts
Even while ordinary citizens and those from the mainstream media give conflicting reactions and opinions regarding the strange lights that have been making themselves seen in the sky, there are OTHER, MORE INTERESTING pieces of information that are being given out to the public in gradual doses.
For example, here's an excerpt of a news item published in Forbes on May 24, 2014 about how scientists were definitively saying that aliens exist and are about to be found soon:
“It is not hyperbolic to suggest that scientists could very well discover extraterrestrial intelligence within two decades’ time or less, given resources to conduct the search,” Seth Shostak, Senior Astronomer at the SETI Institute, said in testimony before the U.S. House Committee on Science, Space and Technology.
So there you have it. Aliens by 2034. That’s actually a few decades earlier from the date of first contact in the fictional “Star Trek” series — April 5, 2063.
It is worth noting that in the last decade, Shostak was floating the date 2025 as a likely end to our apparent cosmic isolation, and as recently as February he was talking about a date “two dozen years out.” So, clearly Shostak isn’t trying to win any bets by calling the specific date we find E.T., but rather the point is, the current rate of technological advancement makes it likely that we’ll be able to find that evidence within a single generation.
2063? Seems far off enough to make the possibility of an alien encounter happening remote.
But on April 7, 2015 Space.com had this to report about how NASA's Chief has predicted that signs of alien life will be found by the year 2023:
"I think we're going to have strong indications of life beyond Earth within a decade, and I think we're going to have definitive evidence within 20 to 30 years," NASA chief scientist Ellen Stofan said Tuesday (April 7) during a panel discussion that focused on the space agency's efforts to search for habitable worlds and alien life.Humanity is on the verge of discovering alien life, high-ranking NASA scientists say.
"We know where to look. We know how to look," Stofan added during the event, which was webcast live. "In most cases we have the technology, and we're on a path to implementing it. And so I think we're definitely on the road."
That's not the clincher of this post, though.
Report: Alien Life Form in Woman's Backyard
Opposing Views reported how a woman's social media about what she found in her backyard had gone viral.
Photos of a half-developed creature found by a California woman went viral, prompting speculation that it was an alien life form.
The slimy, pink body was found by resident Gianna Peponis, who shared the photos on her Facebook wall.
“'I wasn't gunna [sic] post this but I can't stop trying to figure out wtf this thing is,” Peponis wrote.
“I heard something scream at like 11.30 last night and went out on my side yard and found this thing. It was dead when I found it... Share with your friends.”
This is what Gianna Peponis saw and posted. What do you think? Does it look alien to you?
Could the strange lights that have been seen in many, different places, not just in the USA, but in other parts of the world over the years be related to this stranger remains of an as-of-yet unknown creature?
Or is it easier to believe that these photos are simply showing the remains of a deer fetus that was birthed unexpectedly?
Will you be seeing alien life forms soon, as scientists have finally come out to predict?
I feel that the time is near. Are you prepared to meet your first extraterrestrials soon?
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