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Sky-Watcher caught Being-Plasma Ball traveling through Space

A sky-watcher David S captured a strange phenomenon through his telescope on the evening of March 2, 2018 around 9.30 pm using a Canon powershot camera with a Celestron 130 telescope with an 18 mm eyepiece and a 2x barlow lens.

The short footage shows a strange object that looks like a kind of transparent plasma ball with a being or alien residing inside the ball.

Image left: Original Enlarged – Image right: Original Enlarged Over Exposed

Despite this kind of phenomenon is not yet understood, it is not the first time images have been captured of orbs or plasma balls that show beings residing inside the objects.


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Author: ch veeloo

Strange Blue Rays of Light in the Sky over Hawaii

A very rare light pillar was captured on the night of February 13/14, 2018 by the Gemini skycam facing south from the top of Mauna Kea in Hawaii. Frankie Lucena who was checking the skycam came across this rarely seen event in this part of the world.

Blue Ray of Light Hawaii.

Light pillars usually occur in cold climates, so to see them this far south is indeed very rare. But not only the strange light pillar appeared over Hawaii, even stranger are the three blue rays of light that suddenly came out of nowhere.

The rare light pillar in Hawaii could be a natural phenomenon, like the amazing light pillar at sunrise photographed by our reader from Coventry in the UK on February 14, 2018. Thanks.

Light Pillar UK.

But what about the blue rays of light?

Blue Ray of Light and Light Pillar Hawaii.

Lightning, maybe but these blue rays of light are completely different from the specific lightning strikes as we know.

Blue rays of light at 0.35 sec and 036 sec in the video.

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Author: ch veeloo

Amelia Earhart Photo Quickly Debunked! History Channel with Egg On Its Face

Amelia Earhart Photo Quickly Debunked! History Channel with Egg On Its Face
Debunked Earhart photo found at Japan’s National Diet Library

     A Japanese blogger quickly laid waste to the History Channel’s proclamation that one of the 20th century’s biggest mysteries has been solved. THC’s documentary, Amelia Earhart: The Lost Evidence was centered on a photograph found in the National Archives by
By Frank Warren
The UFO Chronicles

retired US Treasury Agent, Les Kinney and was hosted by lead investigator and former FBI official, Shawn Henry.

The premise of the show was/is that Amelia Earhart and her navigator, Fred Noonan survived and did not crash at sea; that they made a hard landing far off course and were captured and later put to death by the Japanese that occupied the Marshal Islands at that time.

Young viewers most likely were hearing the idea that Earhart and Noonan died as prisoners of the Japanese for the first time; however, that theory has been offered up by various researchers for decades, some of which was reproduced in the doc.

To THC’s credit, the presentation of circumstantial evidence in support of show’s thesis was intriguing and doubly so with the culmination via the photograph of the dock at Jaluit Atoll, Jaluit Island which according to Kinney/Henry showed Earhart & Noonan alive and well.

Although there was no date associated with the photo (via the National Archives), Kinney stated that he believed the photo was taken before 1943; Earhart was lost on July 24th, 1937.

As a prelude to the documentary’s premiere, Henry had made the rounds to many of the morning news shows during the week, priming the pump for Sunday’s show. He discussed much of the in-depth, research that had taken place and proclaimed the Earhart mystery had finally been solved; that the photo was the apex and final confirmation, tying all the circumstantial evidence together….

But that wasn’t/isn’t the case. As a lead-up to the documentary, on July 5th, NBC broke the story of the photograph, presenting it to the public (seemingly) for the first time. As is often the case in today’s age—this sent independent, internet sleuths in motion and within days and much to The History Channel’s chagrin, the photograph’s origin had been determined, having been published in a “photo book of the south sea” in 1935—two years before Earhart’s disappearance.

Presumably, The History Channel, with all of their resources, spent months, if not longer on their research, along with Kinney who found the photo in 2012; in the documentary, various photographic experts were brought in to support the photo’s authenticity, verifying that it wasn’t doctored, as well as an expert in recognition analysis technology, who declared a high probability that the two Anglos were indeed Earhart and Noonan, thus proclaiming the photo as definitive evidence, solving one of the greatest mysteries of the 20th century.

Conversely, in a matter of days, the Japanese blogger, known as, Yamaneko Danshaku discovered the origin of said photo, which THC couldn’t or didn’t do in months (if not more) of investigation, with all their resources and published his initial findings the very night that the documentary aired.

Danshaku located the photo in a book, viewable at Japan’s National Diet Library. While the History Channel wipes the egg off their collective faces, they have announced, via a tweet that:

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Amelia Earhart’s Sister Denies Spying Reports – 1982

Amelia Earhart's Sister Denies Spying Reports - New York Times (6-20-1982)

     The sister of Amelia Earhart says she believes the flyer ran out of fuel and crashed in the Pacific in 1937 and was not on a spy mission.
The New York Times

… There have been reports she was on an intelligence mission over Japanese-held islands and was shot down or taken prisoner.

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Hunt for Earhart Leads to U.S. Files – 1977

Hunt for Earhart Leads to U.S. Files - Chicago Tribune (1-16-1977)

     What really happened to Amelia Earhart?

The 40th anniversary of the famed flier’s disappearance with her co-pilot and navigator, Fred Noonan, will be July 2.

By Chicago Tribune


In interviews with Saipan natives, the investigators learned that in 1937 a thin woman with short hair and a white man with a long nose were seen under guard on the Japanese-held island. Islanders told them the woman looked sad and seemed hurt. They said she apparently had dysentery.

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