Take a look at the picture above (see the film footage from the video below). What you’re looking at is an irrefutably legitimate photo of an Unidentified Aerial Object/Phenomenon (UAP).
For those of you who are unaware, the existence of UAPs has already been officially verified in the ‘mainstream’ world, as dozens of governments have released thousands upon thousands of UAP related documents over the past few years. In the process, they have revealed a high level of interest from the military and defense intelligence agencies around the world on this topic.
We knew that the Earth was flat, we knew that we were the center of the universe, and we knew that a man-made heavier than air piece of machinery could not take flight.
Through all stages of human history, intellectual authorities have pronounced their supremacy by ridiculing or suppressing elements of reality that simply didn’t fit within the framework of accepted knowledge. . . .
But are we really any different today? Have we really changed our acceptance towards the things that won’t fit the frame? Maybe there are concepts of our reality we have yet to understand, and if we open our eyes maybe we will see that something significant has been overlooked.
The nations of the world are currently working together in the investigation of the UAP phenomenon. There is an international exchange of data.
Behind the scenes, high Air Force officers are soberly concerned about UAPs. But through official secrecy and ridicule, many citizens are led to believe the unknown flying objects are nonsense.
This should be the subject of rigorous scientific investigation and not the subject of ‘rubbishing’ by tabloid newspapers.
Soon enough, modern civilization is likely to be confronted with the biggest paradigm shift regarding our perception of reality that has been seen in human history.
History and description
The Hessdalen lights are of unknown origin. They appear at day and night, and seem to float through and above the valley. They are usually bright white, yellow, or red and can appear above and below the horizon. Duration of the phenomenon may be a few seconds to well over an hour. Sometimes the lights move with enormous speed; at other times they seem to sway slowly back and forth. On yet other occasions, they hover in mid-air.
Unusual lights have been reported in the region since at least the 1930s. Especially high activity occurred between December 1981 and mid-1984, in which period the lights were being observed 15–20 times per week, attracting many overnight tourists who arrived in for a sighting. As of 2010, the number of observations has dwindled, with only 10 to 20 sightings made yearly.
Since 1983, there has been ongoing scientific research, referred to as “Project Hessdalen”, initiated by UFO-Norge and UFO-Sweden. This project was active as field investigations during 1983–1985. A group of students, engineers, and journalists collaborated as “The Triangle Project” in 1997–1998 and recorded the lights in a pyramid shape that bounced up and down. In 1998, the Hessdalen Automatic Measurement Station (Hessdalen AMS) was set up in the valley to register and record the appearance of lights.
Later, the program was initiated to bring together established scientists and students into researching these lights. Leading research institutions are Østfold University College (Norway) and the Italian National Research Council.
Note: As I’ve stated numerous times, this phenomenon is far more complicated and has many aspects to it than the simplistic, two-dimensional idea of aliens from space.
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By T. Blank