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Saturday, 2 March 2013

Nuclear missiles deactivated by ufo's




Unidentified flying objects (UFOs) have become a common phenomenon worldwide. Odds are that eight out of ten people you ask about UFOs have a general idea that something is going on in our skies that was previously unnoticed. 


So why are UFOs getting so much attention within the past few years? One reason is because all of the sightings that happen daily all over the world. Millions, if not billions of people were starting to notice strange objects in the skies to the point where they started asking questions. Obviously, truth can’t be hidden forever and this mass awakening has forced dozens of governments, military and intelligence agencies to release official documentation proving the existence of UFOs. Documents indicate that UFOs are constantly tracked on radar, travelling at high speeds and performing maneuvers like suddenly stopping, hovering, and going the opposite direction. Military agencies even scramble jets so the pilots can take a closer look. UFOs gained so much attention that CNN even held a press conference in September 2010 about it, part of it included UFOs at nuclear missile sites.

One of many  previously classified reports (out of thousands) that is now available in the public domain is the intrusion at Minot Air Force Base, in North Dakota, on August 24, 1966. Air Force personnel were concerned about a light in the sky. A team went to to check it out and confirmed the object, then saw a second white object while doing so. The object was tracked on radar and moved vertical  several times; each time it descended, an air force officer in charge of a missile crew found his radio transmission interrupted by static. The object eventually descended to ground level, and  the Air Force sent a team to check it out. They saw the object either on the ground or hovering very low. According to the official report:
“When the team was about ten miles from the landing site, static disrupted radio contact with them. Five to eight minutes later, the glow diminished, and the UFO took off. Another UFO was visually sighted and confirmed by radar. The one that was first sighted passed beneath the second. Radar also confirmed this. The first made for altitude toward the north, and the second seemed to disappear with the glow of red.”

The incident lasted nearly four hours and was confirmed by three different missile sites. The Minot Air Force Base incursion, among many others worldwide, is well known in the UFO community. UFO researchers are able to petition and receive thousands of previously classified documents. It makes you wonder, most of these documents are over 30 years old, what type of information remains classified to this day?



Why are UFOs Deactivating Our Nuclear Missiles?

Atomic weapons are something Earth and those who reside upon it don’t need. They are useless, pointless and provide nothing for the human race. Maybe deactivating nuclear missiles is a message to us, that we are playing with something we don’t need to play with. If UFOs deactivating nuclear missiles was something to worry about, something else would have already happened as they have been deactivating nuclear weapons since we invented them. Many UFOs started coming around when we were testing atomic weapons. Many of us are fearful about the thought of extraterrestrial life, i’m not surprised given a large majority of movies like to depict ET’s in a fearful manner. Is it not equally possible that some extraterrestrial beings might be concerned for the planet and the well being of the human race? Something to think about, when it comes to the topic of life on other planets, our perception has already been given to us. Hollywood has some strange connections, usually when the elite don’t want us to know something for so long, it’s because that ‘something’ could help us grow and move forward as a human race. Many examples of this exist, through suppression of clean energy technologies, patents, cancer treatments and more, is it not possible that the existence of extraterrestrial life is a good thing?


Former U.S. Air Force personnel claim they experienced UFO activity near nuclear sites at which they worked.

The UFO-Nukes Connection is now remarkably well-documented. U.S. Air Force, FBI, and CIA files declassified via the Freedom of Information Act establish a convincing, ongoing pattern of UFO activity at American nuclear weapons sites extending back to December 1948.

Moreover, these mysterious incursions are not ancient history, so to speak, occurring only during the Cold War era. Indeed, evidence suggests that multiple, ongoing incidents have taken place near ICBM sites operated by Malmstrom AFB, Montana, as recently as October 2012.

For nearly 40 years, noted researcher Robert Hastings has sought out and interviewed former and retired U.S. Air Force personnel regarding their direct or indirect involvement in nuclear weapons-related UFO incidents. These individuals—ranging from retired colonels to former airmen—report extraordinary encounters which have obvious national security implications. In fact, taken to their logical conclusion, these cases have planetary implications, given the horrific consequences that would result from a full-scale, global nuclear war.

Significantly, the UFO activity occasionally transcends mere surveillance and involves direct and unambiguous interference with our strategic weapons systems. Numerous cases include reports of mysterious malfunctions of large numbers of nuclear missiles just as one or more UFOs hovered nearby. (Declassified Soviet Ministry of Defense documents confirm that such incidents also occurred in the former USSR.)

To date, Hastings has interviewed more than 130 military veterans who were involved in various UFO-related incidents at U.S. missile sites, weapons storage facilities, and nuclear bomb test ranges. The events described by these individuals leave little doubt that the U.S. nuclear weapons program is an ongoing source of interest to someone possessing vastly superior technology.

The witnesses said that they felt compelled to speak out about the reality of UFO activity at nuclear weapons sites and urged the U.S. government to finally reveal the facts to the American people and the rest of the world.

Since 1981, Hastings has presented his research findings at more than 500 colleges and universities nationwide, and possesses hundreds of highly favorable letters of recommendation from sponsors. "I am not condemning any government agency for its policy of secrecy regarding UFOs", says Hastings, "but I believe that the public should be given the facts."

Hastings believes that UFOs are piloted by visitors from elsewhere in the universe who, for whatever reason, have taken an interest in our long-term survival. He contends that these beings are occasionally disrupting our nukes to send a message to the American and Soviet/Russian governments that their possession and potential large-scale use of nuclear weapons threatens the future of humanity and the environmental integrity of the planet. In short, Washington and Moscow are being warned that they are "playing with fire."

To suggest that this scenario is the only explanation for widespread UFO sightings during the modern era would be presumptuous, simplistic, and undoubtedly inaccurate. Nevertheless, Hastings believes that the now well-documented nuclear weapons-related incidents are integral to an understanding of the mystery that confronts us.

 Larry Manross wrote,
"Robert, you are right on. As a launch crew commander at Minot AFB from 1966-1970, I will tell you that there were UFO incidents. In one [during which I was present] the security team upstairs went into a defensive posture with lights turned out. They had called in a UFO sighting to the base and radar was tracking it. All of a sudden it buzzed the launch control center and that was when they cut the lights and took a defensive position."
During 1967 or 1968, I was a 1st Lieutenant and a junior officer in the capsule. The security team kept us informed of their concerns; especially the buzzing of the Launch Control Center. I wish I had been upstairs when the incident took place, but as you know the launch crews were down in the capsules for 24 hour uninterrupted stretches. But Base Ops did confirm that they were tracking an unidentified object on radar.

Manross was asked to elaborate on these statements. He responded,
"As a missile launch officer we had numerous UFO incidents that seemed to be all around us." I was in the 742nd Strategic Missile Squadron, and we manned Kilo, Lima, Motel, November, and Oscar. I was primarily assigned to Kilo or Lima with the commanders Capt. John Deresky and later Capt. Charles Brickley. Neither of them was with me that night. Later I moved up to the commander role. I was attempting to sleep while the commander was dealing with security upstairs and the base headquarters regarding some unidentified [flying] object. It was when his board lit up like a Christmas tree for a moment that he got scared and asked for back-up. The lit-up board signals that the missiles have launched. It was a false signal but correlated with the incident taking place upstairs. It all happened quite fast. Then things returned to normal.
[Anyway,] that was when I became engaged. The commander was rattled and so was the security team upstairs. The security team reported that something had buzzed the LCF and that they had gone into a defensive posture, turning out the lights and drawing their weapons. They indicated it was very bright and traveling at a high rate of speed. They did not describe any shape, etc., other than it was bright. [Then] base headquarters reported that the unidentified object was no longer on radar and that was the last we heard of it.
There was no debriefing—nada. Just another day pulling an alert at Minot. I do remember the senior officer saying something about how I should not talk about the incident without getting authorization. [In spite of that,] all the officers talked about UFOs and what was going on. As you can imagine there was quite a range of opinions. The common assumption among many [officers] was that the objects were somehow drawing power from the missile warheads. A security team was stationed at one of the missile launchers because the radar surveillance was out. A UFO hovered over the launch pad and they discharged their weapons and claim they heard plinks as the bullets hit the object. Every security team I worked with said it was a true story and had taken place at Minot AFB. The number of UFO incidents at the time, during 1966-'70, were so frequent, that in the summer the security team sometimes would put chairs in front of the building, or on the roof of the building, to watch for UFOs. Can you believe it?
I had heard nearly identical stories from other former or retired USAF personnel who had been stationed at Ellsworth, F.E. Warren, and Malmstrom AFBs during that era. This particular side show is almost humorous: Nuclear missile security guards sitting outside Minuteman Launch Control Facilities at night looking for UFOs because the objects appeared above the missile field so frequently! If only the American media had been given that story at the time. But almost no information leaked out to the press or public."

On September 27, 2010 Hastings hosted the UFO-Nukes Connection press conference at the National Press Club in Washington D.C., during which seven U.S. Air Force veterans discussed UFO incursions at nuclear weapons sites during the Cold War era:








Date: September 15, 1964
Location: Vandenberg AFB - Lompoc, Ca

A crew of 120 military personnel at Vandenberg AFB prepared for the launch of at Atlas F missile. The launch took place as scheduled, however, at about 60 miles of altitude and traveling 11,000 to 14,000 M.P.H., the missile mysteriously malfunctioned and plunged into the Pacific Ocean. Dr. Robert Jacobs, then a lieutenant, was in charge of filming the missile launch with a telescopic camera hooked to a radar display that kept the viewfinder locked on the missile. The next day, his superiors called in Jacobs to view the film. To his shock, he observed a round object hovering next to the missile. Says Jacobs:
It flew right up to our missile and emitted a vivid flash of light. Then it altered course and hovered briefly over our missile, and then there came a second vivid flash of light. Then the UFO flew around the missile twice and set off two more vivid flashes from different angles, and then it vanished. A few seconds later, our missile was malfunctioning and tumbling out of control.

Jacobs was ordered to remain silent about what he saw. He dutifully kept silent for 17 years, before he finally went public with his story. Despite his sterling reputation, he was immediately attacked by arch skeptics/debunkers Phil Klass & James Oberg. He also received numerous death threats, lost his employment, and his mailbox was destroyed with skyrockets following another threat. Investigators, however, located Jacobs superior, Major Mansmann, who, on multiple occasions, confirmed the details of Jacobs account. This account is one of several in which UFOs have shown their capability to affect even our most advanced technology. 


   

Ufo intervention in The Netherlands, Soesterberg Dutch Airforce base. Here & on Volkel airbase the nukes are in bunkers. 



Perhaps the most important UFO interception case in the Netherlands in an attempt by an F-4 at Soesterberg. In August 1977, a saucer shaped object seen over the airbase, and an F-4 Phantom of the U.S. 32nd Tactical Fighter Squadron was deployed to intercept the UFO. The aircraft was equipped with a complete arsenal, suggesting that it was not a routine flight. The F-4 crashed finally into the North Sea.
On 3 February 1979 several soldiers  observed UFOs at Soesterberg. This event has become the Roswell case of the Netherlands. Since 1964 dozens of reports of objects above the base are seen. 
  


Apart from the missiles shutting down there is at least  once a week one nuclear powerplant  [worldwide] shutting down unexpectedly. Select a random period in the last 8 years on nuclear event and the list pops up. [Result numbers are limited to max. 100] :





Last but not least I witnessed myself  21 december 2011 (20:40) a very big [size of a suv] bright orange sphere at max 150 m altitude & 200m distance. That is close I can tell you. Much closer than most  'dots in the sky' on various videos. There was almost no wind & clear skies at 
sunset. There were more people standing still and looking up, that's how I noticed it too.
Significant is that the object came directly from Leeuwarden airbase floating to the east of the city. 
A few minutes after this sighting I heard 2 F-16's take off at unuseuall high speed flying straight to the east. From the direction where the airbase is I heard numerous police-, ambulance & firedeptsirens. What that was all abot I don't know but a weird situaton it was!
I know what a chinese/thai candleballoon/lampion looks like and this object was certainly NOT the same.
Also  noteworthy maybe is that from that day on at 20:45 there were almost every day F-16's taking off.


 Boddhi