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Mysterious UFO Manuscript found in Time Capsule by Metal Detectonist

A metal detectonist stumbled across a small area deep in the woods where he found besides multiple containers; mason jars, salt shakers, boxes, small jars…. all with coins and/or jewelry a mason jar which was sealed tight and looks to be some sort of time capsule.

After opening the jar he finds some really strange things but what stands out is some sort of UFO manuscript. It appears to include a description, date, time and very specific location and direction in relation to the celestial constellations.

A commenter did some research and here is what he found out:

Firstly upon initial observation the contents of the mason jar dating back some 30-40 years ago, seemed to follow the Hoodoo tradition of a Wiccan love spell, sometimes called a bottle spell. Hoodoo not to be confused with Voodoo is an ancient method of Earth worship at a simple explanation.

Foremost the jar needs to contain a supporting object of affection (Grace Kelly?) and dates where some associated event took place thus the coins. The value of each coin could also have meaning but not knowing the intent of the spell leaves.

Grace Kelly (November 12, 1929 – September 14, 1982) was an American actress who became Princess of Monaco after marrying Prince Rainier III, in April 1956. She died on September 14, 1982, a day after suffering a stroke while driving her car, which caused a crash. To date, her death has been surrounded by mystery.

Now the UFO portion of the jar is another matter entirely.

Since Grace Kelly passed on was the UFO event inserted into the jar as an attempt to describe a passing? Like in an alien abduction?

So the jar seems to be linking two events – love for an individual that has passed with a possible alien abduction?

Here are what the contents in a jar spell represent:

A personalized item: A photograph, hair, nail clippings, blood or other personal item of the object of your spell.

A prayer: Symbolizing a greater power. Also the prayer may contain a message.

Liquids: Generally the bottle contains some liquid, and which liquid you choose would depend on your intent.

Rocks or crystals: Have to do with building a foundation or power.

Feathers: For free passage (flight) Godspeed.

Some people suggest to find the person who sealed and buried it to get the full story however it is quite possible they may not like that someone found it though.

First video shows the moment the metal detectonist finds the jar including all other stuff.
Second video shows the live opening for the first time since the jar was sealed.


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Dr. Ellen Tarr Has Some Good Questions for the FREE UFO Experiencer Survey Folks

This post over at the information-rich UFO Chronicles website drew my attention for reasons I can’t fully divulge right now: “Questioning Alien Abduction Research Methodology.” The post leads to another post by Dr. Ellen Tarr, accurately describes as “a Ph.D. in Molecular Biology and Immunology [and] an Associate Professor at Midwestern University.” I’ve corresponded with Prof. Tarr in regard to her recent paper on the misunderstandings over (and abuse of) Rh-Negative blood factor. Seems some “researchers” out there want to associate this blood factor with alien hybrids and nephilim offspring (eye-rolls are appropriate at this point). Dr. Tarr graciously gave me a copy of her presentation, which is awaiting publication — hence I can’t get into its details here, at least right now. But take note, all you out there who think such misguided thoughts about Rh-factor blood. Tarr not only shows these ideas to be absurd; she shows the whole thought process about Rh-Negative to be woefully uninformed. You might want to recant early before her work appears in publication. Just a heads up.

Anyway … The above post leads to Dr. Tarr’s thoughts on the recent research survey by FREE (Foundation for Research into Extraterrestrial Encounters). I blogged about the survey back in July. Dr. Tarr has some critical things to say about the study in her post, “Not So Fast on the UFO Warm Fuzzies.” Here’s her first paragraph:

On Feb. 19, Motherboard posted an article by Daniel Oberhaus entitled, “This Neuroscientst Wants to Know Why People Who See UFOs Feel So Good.” The interview with Dr. Bob Davis discussed recent results of the FREE (Foundation for Research into Extraterrestrial Encounters) study. Information about the study as well as results from the Phase 1 and Phase 2 surveys can be found on the FREE website. The finding highlighted in the article and in their first paper is that of 3,057 people studied who have conscious memory of “contact with a physical craft associated with some form of non-human intelligence,” approximately 85% “are being transformed in a very positive behavioral or psychospiritual way.” This is an interesting finding, and even Davis points out that is wasn’t what was expected. However, there are a number of reasons these claims should be interpreted with caution and at least a little skepticism.

The short post is worth the read. I’ve asked FREE for the raw data of the survey, which, not surprisingly, they won’t release. Too many of the questions are, in my view (and I’m certain survey-creation professionals would agree and see even more) far too leading. Why not subject the questions (the whole idea really) to those who specialize in the language of such things? Hmmm.

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Sleep Paralysis and Alien Abduction

A few months ago my PEERANORMAL podcast did an episode on the phenomenon of sleep paralysis. As is our format, I and the other hosts read several peer-reviewed articles about the topic and discussed them. Below is an article we didn’t discuss, as the episode wasn’t specifically about alleged alien abduction. I offer it here because it is accessible on the internet:

Richard J. McNally and Susan A. Clancy, “Sleep Paralysis, Sexual Abuse, and Space Alien Abduction,” Transcultural Psychiatry vol 42:1 (2005): 113–122

This paragraph (p. 115) frames the article and the study that generated it:

Although other scholars have suggested that reported encounters with space aliens may have origins in sleep paralysis episodes (e.g. Spanos, Cross, Dickson, & DuBreuil, 1993), few have directly assessed any ‘abductees.’ As part of a laboratory study on psychophysiologic reactivity to audio-taped scripts of ‘memories’ of alien encounters, we interviewed 10 abductees who mentioned apparent sleep paralysis episodes accompanied by hypnopompic [“upon awakening” – MSH] hallucinations (six women, four men; McNally, Lasko et al., 2004). Abductees were recruited through newspaper advertisements seeking people who believed that they had been abducted by aliens, and by word-of-mouth via other local researchers who had worked with this population. The hallucinatory content included feeling electrical sensations (sometimes painful), seeing alien beings in the bedroom, seeing flashing lights or glowing objects, and feelings of levitating off the bed. Most abductees had experienced multiple episodes.

The authors also conducted studies of victims of CSA (childhood sexual abuse) in regard to sleep paralysis episodes. From later in the same article (p. 119) they note that “Our studies suggest that people who report having been either abducted by space aliens or sexually abused as children experience episodes of sleep paralysis at higher rates than do those denying histories of alien abduction or CSA.” The authors also discuss possible correlation between belief in alien abduction, CSA, and sleep paralysis.

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Some Scientific Explanations For Alien Abduction

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Some Scientific Explanations For Alien Abduction

     Accounts of mysterious flashing lights in the sky, spacecrafts and encounters with “real” aliens reflect high levels of public interest in UFOs and the belief that there is “something out there”. However, many

psychologists are less convinced, and think they can provide more down-to-earth, scientific explanations.

Belief in aliens has increased steadily since the birth of modern alien research in the 1940s and 1950s, following the news surrounding a classified US military project at Roswell Air Force Base, New Mexico. Surveys in Western cultures estimated belief in aliens to be as high as 50% in 2015. And despite the fact that it is considered rare, a significant number of people also believe they have experienced alien abduction.

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Theft of Roswell UFO Gets Teen a Year in Juvenile Detention

Theft of Roswell UFO Gets Teen a Year in Juvenile Detention

     ROSWELL N.M. (KRQE) – Remember the teen who was caught last year for stealing the flying saucer that used to be on the outside of the Roswell UFO Museum? It was a prank caught on tape.
Cheyenne Cope

You may be surprised at what kind of punishment he got for that dumb move. If you were thinking that teen probably got a slap on the wrist, guess again. KRQE News 13 has learned the judge sentenced him to up to a year in a juvenile facility.

Surveillance video caught him and two friends stealing the UFO back in March. It was sitting behind the museum after it was damaged during a blizzard when 17-year-old Newman Seely and two others swiped it and took off.

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Mike Heiser Interview with John Ventre of UFOs Over Pittsburgh: Part 2

This is Part 2 of 2 of my interview with John Ventre, the Director of Pennsylvania MUFON. Part 1 can be found here.

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Mike Heiser Interview with John Ventre of UFOs Over Pittsburgh: Part 1

John Ventre is the Pennsylvania MUFON Director and has been a member of that MUFON chapter since 1998. He recently interviewed me about UFOs, alien abduction and, of course, my thoughts on Zecharia Sitchin’s work. Here is Part 1 of 2.

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Worldwide Disappearance of Livestock and Animal Mutilations

Linda Moulton Howe reports on UFO sightings and a massive worldwide wave of animal mutilations, disappearing cattle, including housecat across the United States and large-animal from six countries.

Not known to many but behind the scenes, animal mutilations took place in at least six countries, including a wave of feline in the United States the last month.

500 Cows disappear from Ashburton farm in mid-Canterbury, Nw Zealand and days after a lightning strike claimed the lives of 323 reindeer in southern Norway, another strike killed 19 cows in east Texas.

Take for example the recent media reports, about 323 reindeer being killed by lightening at a Norwegian national park. Due to an extremely high discharge of electricity from the storm on August 27, 2016 and the interaction of the lightning with the earth and water, has electrocuted the animals, according to officials.

While specifics on the lightning strike are still unknown I do not agree with the official story and think it is a cover-up.

These animals were not killed by lightning but most likely a microwave burst could have caused it. So it is possible that a microwave particle beam weapon was tested and we know that microwaves cook from the inside out, what could be explain why some of the reindeer were missing their heads (heads exploded due to overheating?) and many other reindeer were found with their antlers entangled.

Then if you know that the EU building five new “Haarp” type arrays and all these stations are located in Sweden, Norway and Finland and designed to cross beams to interact with each other.

This new program with 50,000 antennas is called EISCAT 3D — called “5th generation RADAR” and we may wonder whether microwave experiments carried out by EISCAT 3D are the cause of the dead of all these reindeer.

Coming back to Linda Moulton Howe who noticed that at all the time of disappearing cattle or animal mutilations, nobody was observed, nobody was caught, no tracks were found, and there was no trace evidence and while law enforcement officials continue to tell Linda off-the-record that this is being done by “creatures from outer space” it becomes clear that something is going-on.

Although there is no proof that “creatures from space” are the culprit, it is quite possible that space weapons are tested on cattle and as senior researcher at the Norwegian Institute for Nature Research, who inspected the site, said the reindeer appeared to have died “as if someone just turned off a switch” – a scary thought nonetheless.


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UFO Encounter & Missing Pilot Still a Mystery After 40 Years

UFO Mystery (Frederick Valentich) The Australian 10-21-1978

Frederick Valentich disappearance:
How UFO helped inspire The Kettering Incident

‘It’s not an aircraft’

     A pilot who disappeared nearly 40 years ago after reporting a UFO is one of the inspirations for the plot of the new television drama series The Kettering Incident.
By Carol Rääbus

While the show revolves around fictional mysterious disappearances in the Tasmanian bush, the disappearance of Frederick Valentich was very real.

Valentich was a 20-year-old pilot who went missing over Bass Strait in 1978, leaving nothing behind except a mysterious radio transmission.

Historian Reg Watson has been researching the disappearance for many years.

“I’ve looked at it for gosh, three decades,” he told Leon Compton on 936 ABC Hobart.

“I have to say, in my opinion, he had an encounter with a UFO — and I don’t say that lightly.”

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