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A Canadian witness at Ottawa reported watching a white-gray colored, cigar-shaped object hovering and then moving away at incredible speed and making no sound, according to testimony in Case 83359 from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.
The witness was alone on a home balcony smoking a cigarette at 4:30 a.m. on April 23, 2017, gazing at the “waning crescent moon.”
“As I was observing the moon, thinking about different non-related things in my mind, I all of a sudden noticed a big, cigar-shaped object a couple degrees to the right of the moon,” the witness stated.
The witness described the object.
“The object seemed large. It was of a white-gray color, cylindrical-shaped. What seemed to be the front of the cylinder was a couple degrees upward and the bottom a couple degrees downward. In other words, it was at an angle. It did not move. It was static in the sky at the moment I noticed it.”
The witness was confused and did not know what the object was.
“A lapse of three seconds went by until the object seemed to pulsate with a white, circular light at the bottom end of the ship. In a fraction of a second after this pulse was emitted, the object propelled itself at an incredible speed. The movement lasted about a second. At the end of the second, the object pulsated another white circular light. This time at the front of the ship. And it seemed to have entered this light and disappeared. There were absolutely no sounds emitted whatsoever before, during or after the incident.”
The witness noted that Ottawa Airport is about two minutes away from where the sighting happened.
“I am used to seeing airplanes taking off or flying by. I always hear them, and I am more than certain that this was no plane. This object was huge, had no wings. It was static in the air. It made no sounds whatsoever. It flew at a speed of a shooting star upwards and disappeared.”
After the incident, the witness went inside and woke up a friend.
“I told him what had happened, but he was really sleepy, so he went to bed. I have attached a sketch of what I saw and I have enumerated the sequence of how the event happened.”
Canada MUFON Field Investigator Robert Shimmon is investigating.
Ottawa is the capital city of Canada, population 934,243. Please remember that most UFO sightings can be explained as something natural or man-made. The above quotes were edited for clarity. Please report UFO activity to MUFON.com.
I’ll be honest. I’m among those of you (and there are a lot of us) who’d think of themselves as “math-challenged.” That makes me vulnerable to being impressed by people who do amazing things with numbers and then attribute meaning to the results. I’ve known people who were skilled at that whom I thought to be of good character. David Flynn comes to mind. But David could never tell me (or anyone else) WHY the number things he did or found “worked” (for lack of a better term). Other people who do this sort of thing are reputable (I’ll let you fill in the names there). Today I found a website that actually shows how such “findings” aren’t mystical and can be manipulated pretty easily to “discover” something:
Decoding Carl Munck, by Arto Heino
For those who aren’t familiar with Carl Munck, he became something of a late-night paleobabble wonder decades ago for creating something called archaeocryptography, defined in part as “the study of decoding a monument or structure by determining the underlying mathematical order beneath the proportions, size, and placement to find any re-occurring or unusual data in respect to that which is being studied” (Wikipedia). Here’s a more detailed explanation:
The coining of the word archaeocryptography is often attributed to Carl P. Munck, who after retiring from the US Military in the late 1970s began studying cartographic material among other topics trying to search for better answers as to why certain megalithic monuments exist. This led him to a formula he believes architects used to place and design various megalithic monuments. Munck’s theory claims that calculations using selected numbers or dimensions found in megalithic monuments or Egyptian pyramids yield the latitude or longitude of the site. However, in Munck’s findings, the prime meridian does not run through Greenwich, but through the Great Pyramid in Giza. His theory is known simply as “The Code” and asserts that an ancient Jewish numerological system known as gematria is used in the manipulation of numbers to other key locations, mathematical components and positions of sights in the geometry of their construction. (Wikipedia)
Munck and others would go on to assert that various structures around the globe are built as they are, where they are, as part of some intentional plan or code.
Heino’s essay shows how Munck worked the numbers — and how Munck’s system can be applied to anything (Heino applies it to a shed in his back yard — and so that must be a sacred site as well). Here, in a nutshell (from a comment at the end of the essay by Heino) is what his essay shows:
I am not addressing any issues with Mr Munck, or trying to convince you of anything, he can make all the assumptions he can from his own findings. All I have done is broken down his cryptography and I have shown how you can manipulate the data to suit any assumption that you want put to it.
I do not have an opinion on Munck’s work, other than he has made a concerted effort to convince the viewer of some tenuous relationships. I have spent my effort on unraveling the mathematical puzzles that he has placed before the public. I am the only person in 20 years who has found the methodology he has applied and the reverse engineering involved.
And if you read the essay you’ll see he really has reverse engineered the method.
Just so no one gets the wrong impression, I don’t think David Flynn is guilty of this sort of thing by intention. I knew David, and he wasn’t out to deceive anyone, gather a following, or be a guru. But, as many say, the numbers don’t lie — what Flynn was finding isn’t proof of a divine mind, nephilim-Watcher knowledge or, as others want to say, alien intelligences. That much is demonstrable by Heino’s essay.
One caveat. I don’t believe that the human engineers of ancient Egypt or any other ancient civilization had some sort of advanced knowledge that is beyond modern understanding (meaning that we cannot know it or reproduce it). But they could have had a knowledge that we don’t recognize or understand very well. I say this because of statements like this in Heino’s article:
The clear knowledge of Quantum Arithmetic and its true roots in Ancient Egypt, Sumer, Gobekli, Angkor, Mayan and other ancient civilizations are what we should be looking at, not some tricks of code that have no meaning except to promote disinformation and enrich the promoters.
I don’t think I’m out on a limb in saying that Heino over-estimates mathematical knowledge of these civilizations in quotations like this. Mathematicians (translation: people who know mathematics really well) have looked at ancient mathematical systems. There’s no knowledge of quantum physics in there (if that’s what Heino meant by “quantum” in the quotation). Here are some very good sources if you are so inclined:
Essays in books and journal articles:
Witness: I was at the Teign Estuary taking photographs of passing planes when I spotted what at first I thought was a passenger plane.
I started to zoom in with my Nikon P900 only to be shocked by what I saw. It was no passenger plane it appeared to be two white rectangular sections that were somehow connected and from the middle section there were two protruding transparent square flaps.
There was one flap on the top and one flap on the bottom of the conjoined rectangles. There were also two separate contrails that where left by this strange object.
This is totally bizarre what kind of aircraft would have this kind of configuration?
I photographed the same bizarre object over the Teign Estuary back on the 10th of April 2017 at 2:46 PM for the first time and this photograph was taken on the 24 May 2017, 5:15 PM once again at Teign Estuary Devon England on which I decided to report the sighting to Mufon under case nr. 83956.
Editor’s note: 1. UFOs usually leave no contrails. 2. Since the photographer has photographed the object twice at the same location but on different dates, could it be a secret UFO-like craft which is being tested by the military/government?
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I was driving in the evening on hwy 67. i was headed south, somewhere between farmington and cherokee pass, i think. i was basically in the middle of nowhere. there were no other cars around or any houses or lights that i could see – everything was basically pitch black. then in the distance, i saw 3 lights in a triangle shape hovering in the dark somewhat low over the road – lower than what you would expect an aircraft or something of that nature to hover. it was dark so i couldn’t see any point of reference but i imagine it was maybe at the height of a tall tree line or just above that. they were white, round-shaped lights that reminded me of parking lot lamps. i couldn’t see what they were attached to but they were all level like they were attached to the underside of some flat object. the lights themselves seemed maybe basketball sized and the total size of the shape seemed like it would’ve been the size of a pickup truck, maybe a little bigger. i thought maybe it was a helicopter but as i got closer, it just didn’t look like that. it didn’t have blinking lights like planes normally do and it didn’t appear to be moving at all and it made no noise that i could hear. as i got closer, i could see that the lights did, in fact, look like they were attached to something. i got nervous because i was about to pass underneath it and couldn’t tell what it was, so i called a friend and told them what i was seeing but they had no idea what it was either. i ended up just driving underneath/past it and that was it. i saw it in my review mirror for a bit too. in total, i probably saw it for a couple minutes. it was too dark to see trees or power lines or to tell what else the lights could be attached to.