Hundreds of UFOs Flying Directly Over Astana, Kazakhstan, June 20th, 2014

Unless you are a fan of acid rock, you’ll probably want to turn off the sound before watching this amazing video. -LW

Location: Astana Kazakhstan http://www.ufodi.com
Date: 20th June 2014
Link: https://youtu.be/Ch9e4levZGI

What on earth could fly like this so close to each other when there is literally hundreds bunched together? This amzing light show was recorded over Kazakhstan on the 20th of June and the video speaks for itself. White Orbs flying around each other high in the sky had to of caught the attention of the entire city of Astana.
What is your thoughts on this amazing yet very odd sighting?

Witness statement: Photographed by me in the night from 19 to 20 June 2014 on a digital camera Sony HDR-SR11E. Original MTS file format I can send the mail (136,740,864 bytes). To pour on Youtube were converted to Aiseesoft MTS Converter.

UFO Over Los Angeles On Weather Radar, Oct 13, 2014

Light Worker 29501:

Did a UFO really explode over LA?

Originally posted on Mission Galactic Freedom:

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Date of sighting: Oct 13, 2014 afternoon.
Location of sighting: Los Angeles, California, USA
This UFO was caught on radar last Monday leaving the area of the sonic boom. Weather specialist say it is nothing to do with with weather and is an unknown at present. It looks like a cloaked UFO came to visit the city, then began leaving the area. SCW
News states: 

The National Weather Service in Shreveport says they picked up a debris field on radar Monday afternoon at the same time many people around the ArkLaTex reported hearing a loud boom.

Published on Oct 18, 2014

The National Weather Service in Shreveport says they picked up a debris field on radar Monday afternoon at the same time many people around the ArkLaTex reported hearing a loud boom.

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Mars Probes Give Scientists Box Seats For Rare Comet Flyby

This flyby is being streamed at this URL, starting on October 29th at 2:15 PM EDT (GMT -0400).

An artist's rendering of the flyby with Mars orbiters taking cover. Note that the image says "spacecraft not to scale."  NASA/JPL-Caltech

An artist’s rendering of the flyby with Mars orbiters taking cover. Note that the image says “spacecraft not to scale.”

NASA/JPL-Caltech

Mars is about to get a visitor that comes around only once in a million years or so.

The arrival of a “mountain-sized” comet, Siding Spring (C/2013 A1), is made all the more extraordinary by the fact that humans — who were busy refining their stone-tool-making skills the last time such an event might have occurred — now have spacecraft from multiple countries at the Red Planet to see it happen.

“Think about a comet that started its travel probably at the dawn of man and it’s just coming in close now,” Carey Lisse, a senior astrophysicist at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, said at a news briefing about Comet Siding Spring last week. “And the reason we can actually observe it is because we have built satellites and rovers. We’ve now got outposts around Mars.”

As the nucleus of the comet passes about 80,000 miles from the Martian surface The nucleus of the comet will make its closest approach to Mars at 1:32 p.m. ET on Sunday, orbiters from NASAEurope and India are all being repurposed to quickly observe the comet flyby and then beat a retreat before the comet’s tail swings by.

As The Associated Press writes: “The orbiting craft will observe the incoming iceball, then hide behind Mars for protection from potentially dangerous debris in the comet tail. NASA’s Opportunity and Curiosity rovers will be shielded by the Martian atmosphere. They should have the best seats in the house.”

Emily Lakdawalla, a senior editor for The Planetary Society, says: “There are tons and tons of scientific observations planned by Mars orbiters, Mars rovers, and Earth-based observatories. In fact, most of the facilities that are planning to observe Siding Spring have already begun their work, and will continue observation for days after the encounter.”

Lakdawalla adds: “It’s not like a Mars landing; there won’t be a single moment when a bunch of serious-looking engineers suddenly erupt into cheers. Instead, there’ll be many smaller, non-televised moments as instrument teams receive their data from far-flung spacecraft and telescopes, spread out over the next several days. For the most part, the images of the comet won’t be instant classics; many will show only a single pixel, or a faint smudge. Some of the data won’t even arrive on Earth until the middle of next week.”

As astronomer Phil Plait, who writes the Bad Astronomy blog for Slate, notes:

The NASA comet page says the coma (the big fuzzy cloud of gas surrounding the solid nucleus of the comet) is about 20,000 km across. At closest approach, that means that if you were standing on Mars, the comet would appear to be over 8° across! That means that if you have a big hand, you could just barely block it with your upraised fist.

“That’s astonishing. What a view that would be! And while the astronomer part of my brain is envious and wishes we could see something like that from Earth, the human part of my brain is screaming obscenities at the astronomer part of my brain. In real life, it’s probably best comets keep their distance from us.”

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Historic Flyby: Comet to Zoom Past Mars This Weekend

A comet will buzz Mars this Sunday (Oct. 19) in an epic encounter that has astronomers around the world tingling with excitement.

Comet Siding Spring, also known as C/2013 A1, will miss the Red Planet by just 87,000 miles (140,000 kilometers) at 2:27 p.m. EDT (1827 GMT) on Sunday. For comparison, the moon orbits Earth at an average distance of 239,000 miles (384,600 km).

While the comet won’t put on a show for skywatchers here on Earth, the fleet of robotic explorers at Mars will get an eyeful. They will study the comet, as well as any observable interactions between its shed particles and the thin Martian atmosphere. [See photos of Comet Siding Spring]

Comets are icy leftovers from the solar system’s birth, and Siding Spring is a pristine object that has never been “heat-treated” by the sun before. So any insights about the comet’s composition and behavior could help researchers better understand how our cosmic neighborhood began taking shape 4.6 billion years ago.

“This is a cosmic science gift that could potentially keep on giving, and the agency’s diverse science missions will be in full receive mode,” former astronaut John Grunsfeld, associate administrator for NASA’s Science Mission Directorate, said in a statement. “This particular comet has never before entered the inner solar system, so it will provide a fresh source of clues to our solar system’s earliest days.”

All five operational spacecraft orbiting the Red Planet — NASA’s Mars Odyssey, Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter and MAVEN probes, India’s Mangalyaan spacecraft and Europe’s Mars Express — will observe the flyby. And NASA’s Opportunity and Curiosity rovers will crane their necks up to watch from the Martian surface as well.

The Siding Spring observation campaign is not restricted to the closeMars approach on Sunday. A number of different instruments on the ground and in space have already been observing Siding Spring, and they’ll continue to do so after the comet leaves the Red Planet in its rear-view mirror. A primary goal is to see how a pristine comet changes as it gets closer and closer to the sun.

There is no chance that Siding Spring will hit Mars during the flyby, and analyses suggest that material shed by the comet poses little danger to orbiting spacecraft. (Opportunity and Curiosity will definitely be fine, protected as they are by Mars’ air.) But NASA is taking precautions anyway; the space agency has maneuvered its orbiters to make sure they’ll be on the safe side of the planet when Mars gets closest to Siding Spring’s dust tail, officials have said.

The mountain-size Siding Spring spends most of its time in the Oort Cloud, a frigid comet repository that lies perhaps 50,000 astronomical units (AU) from the sun. (One AU is the distance from Earth to the sun — about 93 million miles, or 150 million km).

Scientists think Siding Spring’s multimillion-year orbit has never taken it closer to the sun than the realm of the giant planets (Saturn, Jupiter, Uranus and Neptune). So the comet’s current journey is something special — something to marvel at for several different reasons, researchers said.

“This comet got knocked into the inner [solar] system by the passage of a star near the Oort Cloud. So, think about a comet that started its travel probably at the dawn of man, and it’s just coming in close now,” ‪Carey Lisse, a senior astrophysicist at Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, Maryland, said during a news conference on Thursday (Oct. 9).

“The reason we can actually observe it is because we have built satellites and rovers, and we’ve now got outposts around Mars,” Lisse added. “That’s pretty exciting.”

Follow Mike Wall on Twitter @michaeldwall and Google+. Follow us@Spacedotcom, Facebook or Google+. Originally published on Space.com.

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UFO Sightings Over Breckenridge, Colorado, USA

This time, on the local TV news.  Tick, Tock! -LW

Source: http://www.9news.com/story/news/local…
On October 3, 2014, hundreds of people in Breckenridge, Colorado, reported seeing strange, white, orbs of lights hovering in the sky. The orbs hovered in the same general area for over three hours, at times moving into a triangle formation. These exact same “orb triangle” UFOs are appearing all over the world.

Gareth Who? Also, apparently someone saw a Silver Legion ship

The second part of this update has some interesting information about a UFO sighting while onboard a Carnival cruise at the following links:


by Tanaath on 10/14/14

It’s come to my attention that someone using the name ‘Gareth Hawley’ is claiming to be a ‘General of Trollface Division’ in the Silver Legion, and attempting to use this status in order to harass and ‘ban’ people from the Silver Legion.

Gareth Hawley, to the best of my knowledge, is not a member of the Silver Legion and is not entitled to speak for us, or ban people now, or ever, from the Silver Legion. I don’t know who this person is, and he appears to be an internet troll intent on stirring up trouble.
To edify and clarify, here are some of the things that can get you banned from the Silver Legion:
  • Deliberately (or falsely claiming an accident in) killing or harming, or attempting to kill or harm a fellow Legionnaire, ally, civilian, or person under our protection.
  • Deliberately providing intelligence about Silver Legion or allied operations to an enemy.
  • Deliberately sabotaging missions, equipment, or other aspects of an operation.
  • Utilizing Silver Legion personnel, equipment, or other resources for the purpose of giving oneself power over others for personal gain. (Please note, this would include utilizing Silver Legion resources to harass people who don’t agree with you on the internet – the Silver Legion does not consider a person’s internet commentary to be worth that kind of effort in most circumstances, as we have far more important things to spend our efforts on.)
Here’s some things that won’t get you banned from the Silver Legion (in fact we even encourage these):
  • Questioning or refusing a mission or ‘order’ on ethical, moral, or other similar grounds.
  • Questioning the decisions of the administration when they don’t make sense or are stupid.
  • Exercising critical thought and judgement in all circumstances.
  • ‘Insulting’ administration and ‘command’ (ok, we don’t encourage this, but you’re still allowed to do it. In some cases it’s even appropriate – hey, we make mistakes too, and it’s occasionally good for us to get called out on that).
So as you can see, Gareth Hawley, by his own actions, isn’t a Silver Legionnaire, and if he ever was on any level, wouldn’t remain one after attempting to use us to abuse people who disagreed with him.
Furthermore, there are still reptilians left in the universe. The Silver Legion is fully aware that the reptoids, aggressive as they are, are not the entire causative factor in this whole mess, though they’re greatly involved. Nor are they all 100% culpable – many have ‘quit’, so far, and we expect this behaviour to continue. A genocide on the reptilians, as viscerally satisfying as that might be for those of us on Earth who have been suffering their depredations, would still not address the factions that used the reptilians as a tool here, nor would it undo the damage. It would simply kill a lot of beings indiscriminately. There are more constructive ways to deal with the problem than simple genocide. Same thing with ‘demons’, a classification of which is generally not made clear (are we talking people that look monstrous to us? Members of the demonic species types? People demonized to us by the monotheistic three? Hostile ETs/EDs?). There’s no ‘demon hell’, and Thomas Williams doesn’t exactly have to worry about being banned from the Silver Legion, considering he’s already pretty deeply involved with us.
So if you run into Gareth Hawley, feel free to tell him what you think about him. It’s not going to affect your chances with the Silver Legion in any way. As I’ve said before, membership in the Silver Legion is not contingent upon any form of internet or online participation. This is not an e-group you can join on the internet. If you want to join the Silver Legion, find some way to meet us with your consciousness. Whether that’s astral projection, bilocation, sleep visitation, or something else entirely – you do it with your consciousness and your mind, not with your keyboard and your internet connection.
In further news, apparently someone sighted what appears to be a Silver Legion small craft off the coast of Florida. I’ve viewed the footage, and it’s either the real thing, or it’s a very clever CGI that somehow manages to look exactly like a particular and specific type of Silver Legion point operational craft – which would in turn imply that the CGI creator had some kind of knowledge about the craft to begin with. Another Silver Legionnaire that I’m in close contact with agrees with that assessment.
Does this imply that our problems with landing are over? Well, not likely yet, I’m afraid. It didn’t land, after all. It just flew around there, presumably carrying out whatever its particular mission was. (And before you ask, no, I don’t have that information. For me to have specific information on the missions and locations of our craft at any given time would not only be a hell of a lot of not so relevant data for me to carry, but it would also be a liability if I were to be intercepted.) But it does have positive implications – at the very least, if we’re able to get a low altitude sighting, probably some of our tech can work as intended, even if we’re not yet capable of getting boots on the ground.
This kind of craft is not the kind of craft we’d use for landing; as I mentioned it’s a point operational craft, which means it typically performs very specific missions (point operations) – and these don’t usually involve interacting with Terrans directly. Some of the people on those missions have permission to try to make the ships seen to the general public if the opportunity arises. Others are required to conceal themselves. The kind of mission this craft would be on would be the former.
A friend of mine, Tifvision, also posted about this event. Feel free to give it a read.

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