Wednesday, September 28, 2011

MYSTERY: Symbols of an Alien Sky, Man-Made or Natural Phenomena - The Latest UFO Sightings And Aerial Anomalies Around The World?


Here are several of the latest unidentified flying objects (UFOs) seen recently across the globe.


Interesting footage of mass UFO activity in the sky over Santiago, Chile. This was recorded on Sunday, 25th September 2011.
Several orbs forming lines, moving from north to south. I was published in a national newspaper online (www.latercera.com) very conservative editorial but trustable. Also 24th september were a blackout over the country and several witness saw this same kind of light and movement. - Pablo, Eye-witness.
WATCH: UFO activity over Santiago, Chile.


New videos of unknown objects or orbs over Brooklyn, New York filmed from four different angles. According to the person who posted this video on Youtube, these were taken on Monday, 26th September 2011.

WATCH:: UFO sightings over Brooklyn, New York.


This triangle-shaped craft (possibly TR3B) was recorded hovering in the night sky over Pine Bush in New York on Monday, 26th September 2011.

WATCH:: Triangle UFO over Pine Bush, New York.


Bright objects were seen and filmed flying across the sky over Auckland in New Zealand on Tuesday, 27th September 2011.

WATCH:: UFOs flying over Auckland, New Zealand.


Multiple bright objects were recorded flying over University of Pittsburgh in Pennsylvania on Saturday, 24th September 2011.

We witnessed 4 orange orbs, that hovered and then joined into formation. We were walking to our friends house, right by the University of Pittsburgh, when we saw a bright light in the sky. At first it moved to quickly to be a plane or helicopter, but then it slowed down and vanished. Next, we saw another orange light move across another part of the sky, and then another in a different area. Finally, four of the lights came together in a diamond formation and hovered right above the city. Then, they broke formation and light went away, but we could see a metallic like object in the sky that was the same circular shape as the orbs. - MUFON.
WATCH:: UFO fleet over University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.


This video of bright objects or orbs in triangle formation flying across the night sky over Stickney in Illinois was recorded on Sunday, 25th September 2011 around 1:15 am.
Three flickering lights in the sky was unbelievable, I heard no sound and saw nothing else. I was driving on pershing road in stickney Illinois at around 1:15 am , on Saturday September 25, 2011. I noticed three flickering lights moving slowly across the sky. I pulled over to the side to observe the objects. They looked like about airplance distance. Not an airplane too high or low. The three lights were following each other and began going up higher. I was in disbelief and thought about my cell phone.I took two pictures and videotaped what I could.The three circles looked like they were in a triangular form.They went from bright orange reddish to white. It was a cloudy night so the objects slowly moved behind the clouds and I could no longer see them. - MUFON.
WATCH:: Triangle UFO formation over Stickney, Illinois.


Chile has been active with UFO sightings recently. Here's a TV report with Jaime Maussan about the UFO activity in 2011.

WATCH:: UFOs keep messing with Chile's airports.


Bright objects or orbs in triangle formation were filmed in Sozopol, an ancient seaside town located 35 km (22 miles) south of Burgas on the southern Bulgarian Black Sea Coast. This was recorded on Saturday, 24th September 2011 around 10 pm.

WATCH:: UFO sighting filmed in Sozopol. Bulgaria.



CELESTIAL CONVERGENCE: Solar System-Wide Weather Changes & Geological Upheavals - Mars Polar Ice Cap Is Boiling Off Rapidly?!


Here is more news that what is currently taking place on the Earth is also happening in the rest of the solar system, as a huge sections of the ice around the south pole of Mars is melting in this summer's warm weather.

 The ice cap - made of solid carbon dioxide at temperatures as low as -143 - 'boils' every summer (or, more correctly, 'sublimates' directly from solid form to gas), leaving huge pits in the Martian polar ice. The 'gold' lining these pits isn't likely to be ferried back to Earth, though - scientists remain unsure of the chemical composition of the yelllow, shimmering dust that lines the pit walls every 'summer'. Martian summers are rather chilly in comparison to our own - the temperature usually remains below zero degrees centigrade. It's still 'warm' enough, relatively speaking, to make the 'dry ice' of the polar ice caps boil off. Part of the fascination of Mars for both scientists and writers has always been how similar the planet's weather is to ours - with seasons, currents, and polar ice caps. Mars has no surface water, however. Scientists often study Mars's weather in the hope of better understanding our own. There have also been academic studies into the feasibility of 'mining' Mars for precious metals - but the academics concluded glumly that it was unlikely we would ever find enough to make it worth the trip.  - Daily Mail.

THE GREAT DELUGE: Typhoon Nesat Kills 23 in the Philippines!


Residents in Manila waded through waist-deep floodwater, dodging branches and flying debris as a powerful typhoon sent surging waves as tall as palm trees crashing over seawalls and submerging entire areas of the Philippines capital. At least twenty-three people were killed, most of them in metropolitan Manila, which was already soaked by heavy monsoon rains ahead of Typhoon Nesat's arrival and where the old town areas by the bay suffered their worst flooding in decades. People around Manila were tackling a massive clean-up Wednesday, the deadly storm is due to slam China's Hainan Island next.

Typhoon Nesat, which hit the Philippines’ most populous Luzon island, left at least 23 people dead and dimmed prospects for a record rice harvest. “Had it not been for this storm, we could reach record output this year,” Agriculture Secretary Proceso Alcala said in an interview with DZRH Radio, when asked about rice production. “We’re praying for the sun to shine.” Nesat was centered about 380 kilometers (238 miles) northwest of Baguio City on the north coast of Luzon at 11 a.m. local time today and was accelerating with maximum winds of 130 kilometers per hour as it moved away from the country, the weather bureau said today. A new tropical storm will likely enter the country within 24 hours, ABS-CBN News reported, citing the weather bureau’s officer-in-charge Graciano Yumul. The number of “affected” people reached 171,570 in 22 provinces, with almost 53,000 being served inside and outside evacuation centers, the disaster risk agency said. The death count has risen to 23, Civil Defense Administrator Benito Ramos told reporters in Manila today. The Philippines gets hit by an average of 20 cyclones each year that form over the Pacific Ocean to the east. In September 2009, Tropical Storm Ketsana submerged most of the nation’s capital after dumping 41 centimeters (16 inches) of rain in six hours, killing more than 300 people. - Business Week.
WATCH: Filipinos cleaning up after Typhoon Nesat.


Typhoon Nesat continues to move towards the Northwest bringing the potential for flooding in Vietnam and South East China while the Philippines prepare for yet another tropical system approaching the islands from the West.

WATCH: Typhoon Nesat (Pedring) , Tropical Storm Nalgae.


DELUGE: Heavy Rains Affect 5,000 People in Southeastern Mexico!


At least 5,000 people have been affected by torrential rains and flooding in the southeastern Mexican state of Tabasco, emergency management officials said Tuesday.

A total of 111 communities have been affected in the Gulf state by the heavy rains, which caused rivers to overflow their banks, the Tabasco state emergency management office said in a statement. The cities of Balancan, Centro, Emiliano Zapata, Macuspana and Jalapa have reported the heaviest damage, emergency management office spokesman Roberto Lopez said. There is flooding in the southern section of Villahermosa, the capital of Tabasco, from the Mezcalapa River, the city's mayor, Jesus Ali, said. "We have damage and are dealing with it," the mayor told Efe. Officials in Villahermosa fear a repeat of the situation in 2007, when flooding caused extensive damage and affected nearly 1 million people, Ali said.

Five of the nine rivers that cross the Tabasco plain have overflowed their banks on some stretches, including the Grijalva, La Sierra and Usumacinta rivers, the National Water Commission, or Conagua, said. The number of people affected by the rains could rise because officials in Emiliano Zapata, a city on the banks of the Usumacinta River, reported thousands of people affected by the rains, but the information has not yet been confirmed by the emergency management office. More than 35,000 hectares (about 86,420 acres) of farmland and corn crops have been destroyed by the floodwaters, the state agriculture department said. Tabasco Gov. Andres Granier has asked the federal government to complete a series of flood control projects to prevent future flooding in the state, where rivers regularly overflow their banks.
- FOX News (Latino).

RATTLE & HUM: Mysterious Noise Phenomena - Big Boom in Missouri!


It seems that the series of phenomena, involving a persistent and invasive vibration or noise, continues pervasively. Just what is it? Planetary tremors? Geological upheavals? Precursor to an imminent disaster? Motions and waves suggesting an imminent pole shift? Supernatural occurrences?  The latest case comes out of Missouri, where a big booming sound was heard of unknown origins.

A loud, explosion-like sound that was heard across the majority of the county this morning has local officials scratching their heads. The boom, which occurred at about 9:30 a.m., shook windows in several Lebanon area locations and was heard as far away as Conway, Falcon and Marshfield, but scanner traffic indicated that an officer in the Sleeper area heard nothing. Laclede County Office of Emergency Management Director Jonathan Ayres told the Daily Record that his office, which is located across from the Laclede County Government Center on Adams Avenue, was shaken by the sound, but its exact cause may remain a mystery. "We have no clue," he said. "It could have been a sonic boom. Typically when that happens, we have a hard time getting the military to confirm or deny if that is what it was. It really didn't sound like a sonic boom in my office, but we just don't know what it was. We haven't had any reports of fires or anything that could be the result of an explosion. We are pretty much having to write it off as an unknown." - Lebanon Daily Record.
It should be noted that the New Madrid Seismic Zone, one of the major seismic zones in the United States and a prolific source of earthquakes, stretches across the state of Missouri. The New Madrid fault system was responsible for the 1811–1812 New Madrid earthquakes and may have the potential to produce large earthquakes in the future. Since 1812 frequent smaller earthquakes were recorded in the area.

GEOLOGICAL UPHEAVAL: Landslides Kills 6 People in Columbia!


At least six people including four children died in Colombia when their house was buried by a landslide in the north-central province of Antioquia, emergency authorities reported on Tuesday.

The tragedy occurred early Monday after several days of torrential rains in the remote municipality of Angostura, said Freddy Rendon, director of the Office of Disaster Prevention, Attention and Recovery Office. "Six people died, including the father, the mother and four children, who unfortunately were buried among the rubble," Rendon told local reporters. When rescuers arrived at the site, a daughter of the family, who was not in the house, called for help, but it was too late. The bodies were recovered later on Monday. Over 100 people have been killed in Colombia in similar events so far in 2011 after unusual heavy seasonal rains caused widespread flooding and river overflowing as well as landslides in mountainous areas. Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos has urged local governments to take extra measures to minimize the impact of the erratic weather that is believed to be the key cause for many natural disasters, and to ensure adequate evacuation plans in place. - CRI English.





MASS FISH DIE-OFF: Hundreds of Dead Fish in Kent, UK?!


Hundreds of dead fish have been found in the Swalecliffe Brook, Kent, United Kingdom

Around 300 sticklebacks and populations of eels, an endangered species, have died. Investigations by the Environment Agency have revealed that the incident was caused by a sewage leak, and they have launched a major clean-up operation. Contractors have been brought in to increase the levels of oxygen in the water with specialist equipment so that any further harm to wildlife and the environment is minimised. Colin Bowley of the Environment Agency said: “This is a serious incident which has affected a significant stretch of the brook.

“Our officers have taken action to use the tidal sluice to isolate the pollutant in the worst affected stretch and we are now concentrating our efforts to improve water quality in the brook. "Environment officers are currently on site collecting evidence, taking further water samples from the river and monitoring the watercourse closely. “In partnership with Canterbury City Council, we are investigating the causes and impact of what has clearly been a serious incident. "Both organisations have been busy advising the public and putting up signage to warn people of the incident.” The Environment Agency has traced the source of the pollution and will continue to oversee the clean up of the incident. The investigation is ongoing and no further details can be released at this stage.
- Kent Online.

FIRE IN THE SKY: Meteorite or Fireball over Northern California?!



The following video was posted on Youtube, and shows a mysterious light/fire show over northern California. The video capture of the event took place around midday (12 p.m. Pacific time zone) today. It's not clear exactly as what was the origin or catalyst of this, but given what we have been seeing lately in the skies around the world, it's best to take note of it.

WATCH: Eye-witness capture.


GLOBAL ALERT: MONUMENTAL EARTH CHANGES - El Hierro Prepares for Volcanic Eruption, Residents Told To Sleep With Travel Papers?!


El Hierro has seen a spate of stronger earthquakes in the past 7 days prompting the alert level to be raised to YELLOW. Yesterday 38 earthquakes were registered due to magma bags nearing the surface of the island. These new movements are in addition to the 9,202 micro earthquakes registered since the 1st of July 2011.

The island of El Hierro in the Spanish Canary Islands is bracing itself for a possible volcanic eruption. Situated in the Atlantic Ocean off the west coast of Africa, the Canary Islands are all volcanic, but there has been no volcanic activity on El Hierro since 1793. However, a series of small earthquakes have been registered by sensors in the past two months and a quake of grade 3 on the Richter Scale registered last Thursday have caused the threat of volcanic activity to be raised from green to yellow for the first time in recent history. Saturday produced another stronger tremor of 3.4 on the Richter scale which was felt all over the island. Speaking to the El Pais newspaper, volcanologist, Juan Carlos Carracedo admitted an eruption on El Hierro would not be a major surprise. "It is the youngest of the Canary Islands," he explained. "There is a ball of magma which is rising to the surface and it is stationed at the limit of the earth's crust. At the moment we do not know if that ball of magna will break the crust and cause an eruption." Rather than having one large crater, the volcano on el Hierro consists of around 250 small craters. "Any eruption would form cones on the high zones of the island and lava flows which would flow to the sea, although they would do so at a speed that would be slow enough for the population to be evacuated. It is something that could happen in days, weeks or months," said Carracedo. El Hierro currently has a population of around 10,000 and regional government officials have begun informing them of evacuation protocols in case the worst should happen. The last volcanic eruption in the Canary Islands took place on the island of La Palma in 1971, while the mainland town of Lorca was devastated by an earthquake of 5.2 on the Richter scale in May this year. - CRI English.
This week the activity of larger Earthquakes has increased day by day, and this morning so far has registered the following quakes in the area :  2.6 Magnitude at 07:42:08 UTC; 2.6 Magnitude at 07:58:22 UTC; 2.9 Magnitude at 08:04:05 UTC; 2.6 Magnitude at 08:16:28 UTC; 2.7 Magnitude at 08:43:27 UTC; 3.4 Magnitude at 09:32:12 UTC; and 2.7 Magnitude at 09:37:26 UTC

At the Yellow Alert Level the chances of an eruption are still remote at 15%, although not ruled out to. The most recent activity is located in the west and least populated island beyond the enclaves of the Gulf and La Restinga. This does not stop the 10,000 residents of El Hierro worrying about the latest developments as they follow this event with concern and possible face evacuation of the Island. The Directorate General of Security of Government has initiated a program in collaboration with the residents to discuss various recommendations in case of a volcanic eruption. These recommendations will include: Respond to Yellow Alert Level and consist of Self Protection measures in order to provide greater effectiveness in the event the evacuation is initialized.

HISTORY OF EL HIERRO VOLCANO:

El Hierro Volcano: Is one of the smallest of the Canary Islands, the origins of the island date back some 100 million years when the ocean floor shifted with the movement of the Earth's mantle. The crust cracked into a three pointed star releasing flows of magma. After 3 eruptions, the island emerged from the ocean as an imposing volcano more than 2,000 meters high. It has now been over 200 years since the last eruption but El Hierro. Although being the smallest island, it has the largest number of volcanoes with over 500 open sky cones and another 300 covered by the most recent outflows. There has been uncertainty surrounding reports of a historical eruption taking place in 1793.

Meanwhile, as I have highlighted here before scientific research is predicting that an eruption of the Cumbre Vieja volcano, at La Palma in the Canary Islands would result in a massive mega-tsunami that would reach the East Coast of America.

Geological evidence suggests that during a future eruption, Cumbre Vieja Volcano on the Island of La Palma may experience a catastrophic failure of its west flank, dropping 150 to 500 km3 of rock into the sea. Using a geologically reasonable estimate of landslide motion, we model tsunami waves produced by such a collapse. Waves generated by the run-out of a 500 km3 (150 km3) slide block at 100 m/s could transit the entire Atlantic Basin and arrive on the coasts of the Americas with 10-25 m (3-8 m) height. Lateral collapses of oceanic island volcanoes rank amongst the most spectacular natural events on Earth. Although no such lateral collapse punctuates the historical past, residual debris found on the seafloor evidence their abundance in recent geological time. Moore (1964) first identified the remains of lateral collapses off the flanks of Hawaii. Since then, dozens have been recognized adjacent to island volcanoes in nearly every ocean (Moore et al. 1994; Keating and McGuire, 2000). These observations constrain not only the geography and frequency of lateral collapses, but also their magnitude (up to 5000 km3 of material), extent (to 300 km length) and ferocity (underwater speeds to 140 m/s). - Kuleuven. (PDF)