January 1, 2007
Date: Mon, 01 Jan 2007
Subject: Aliens at Times Square 2007
My daughter and I turned on Fox News at 12:13 P.M. shortly after the
ball dropped. To our surprise, a man and two women started pointing
in the air saying, "Do you see them"..."Aliens are coming...""There's UFO's in the sky"...."Do you see them"..."Is this UFO"s or
Homeland Security Surveliance..." then an older man ran up and said, "Man..there's something up there, in the sky, do you see it?" The
Camera did look into the sky but quickly turned back on the crowd.
Then the camera cut off of those people. We watched for 30 minutes
and the two Fox News Reporters never went back on air.
I was wondering if anyone else had heard this and what do they
think? We do not drink! But thought it was weird how the News
Reporter said, "We will be safe down here" shortly before getting
If you have any information on this we would be grateful in hearing from you.
May Yah bless you and keep you in His Son's Name Yahushua Ha Mashiach,
Shalom and thank you for your kind blessings.
I was watching ABC myself after the ball dropped , but I was channel hopping, so I missed what you are describing. I'm only speculating off the top of my head, so don't take this as definitive opinion:
First, Fox News = Illuminati Dinsinformation News. You have to keep that in mind at all times.
It's possible that it was genuine, and it's more possible that it was staged.
Perhaps 2007 is the chosen year to let the alien cat out of the bag. The timing seems about right. I'll suppose we'll find out soon enough.
Happy New Year and God Bless, Ken
Addendum, Jan. 1, 2007
I just came back from riding my bicycle while listening to my favorite Illuminati Disinformation outlet, National Public Radio (NPR ) radio. I've occasionally remarked in my introductory comments that listening to NPR radio will present you with the Illuminati party line more clearly than that provided by most other disinfo outlets. Whatever Tavistock and the Committee of 300 want you to believe, you can be sure that you'll hear all about it on NPR radio.
The Five O'Clock news included a brief 30 second item in which the female NPR reporter asked "Did control tower operators at O'Hare International airport (Chicago) tonight see a saucer shape object over the airport or was it something else?" (or at least something very close to that). Once I heard that, I had to come straight home to add these comments here since, apparently, The Aliens Are Coming! scenario is indeed about to debut on the American stage this year and we are getting the customary peppering of short "news" items telegraphing their arrival.
We all know that UFOs are routinely seen by airline pilots, traffic control operators and radar operators, but we also know that they are routinely ignored and not reported because reporting them will cause you 'problems'. So why would NPR run a short item about the sighting of a UFO at O'Hare when it's such common knowledge? The only thing that makes sense to me is that the orchestra has begun to play the oratorio and the curtain is about to rise.
I hope readers will keep a keen eye and ear tuned for similar stories that you might see on TV, read in the media, or hear on the radio, and forward the same to me, since I would love to track The Aliens Are Coming! American debut as closely as possible (in the interest of historical dramatic posterity, of course).
Addendum II, Jan. 1, 2007
(Took a peek at www.rense.com and 'sho nuff'', here's our saucer story at O'Hare International ..Ken)
UAL Workers Fight UAL,
FAA Over O'Hare
Note - The following linked Chicago Tribune story relating an extremely important public air safety event is one Tribune reporter Jon Hilkevitch is to be credited with covering as legitimate news. However, before reading the story, a little background is in order...
Peter Davenport, Director of the National UFO Reporting Center, first called in early December and alerted me about this dramatic daylight sighting directly over the middle of Chicago's O'Hare International Airport. He was subsequently able to convince one of the key eyewitnesses who filed the report with the National UFO Reporting Center to appear on my program, anonymously, to tell his story.
The man did so on December 12 during Peter's regular monthly special report and spent nearly an hour eloquently and thoroughly recounting the event in great detail. That remarkable account can be heard in our program Archives.
The eyewitness described a perfect disc that he and a co-worker watched for many minutes hovering at a very low 1900 feet just below the cloud base right over one of the world's busiest airports in broad daylight. The two were ferrying a large United jetliner from one side of O'Hare to the other as they watched the UFO/craft hovering directly above one of the main terminal gates. It was clearly an amazing sight.
Regrettably, the story in the Tribune contains the usual, nauseating, put-downs, denials and dismissals by FAA staff and controllers who, of course, 'didn't see a thing'...which suggests either they are lying, were asleep on the job, or were grossly negligent. We'll choose number one. Another typical FAA coverup at work:
"No (air) controllers saw the object, and a preliminary check of radar found nothing out of the ordinary, FAA spokeswoman Elizabeth Isham Cory said."
"The FAA is not conducting a further investigation, Cory said. The theory is the sighting was caused by a 'weather phenomenon,' she said."
"The UFO report has sparked some chuckles among controllers in O'Hare tower. 'To fly 7 million light years to O'Hare and then have to turn around and go home because your gate was occupied is simply unacceptable,' said O'Hare controller and union official Craig Burzych."
Most inexcusably, however, the Tribune story fails to even once mention Peter Davenport and the National UFO Reporting Center. This deliberate omission of an essential component of the entire story is deplorable for several reasons - not the least of which is that it was Peter who personally talked the eyewitness into coming forward with his sighting and presenting it on my program, and further encouraged the man to stand his ground on the O'Hare UFO incursion with his superiors.
Furthermore, it was Peter Davenport, who, on his own time, personally sought out and kindly briefed Chicago Tribune reporter Jon Hilkevitch at great length on several occasions. In other words, if it weren't for Peter Davenport, there would be no Tribune story at all.
Mr. Hilkevitch was professional in his initial approach to Peter's information about the UFO intrusion of O'Hare airspace and subsequently phoned me to inquire about the December 12 program with the eyewitness and Peter. We had a fruitful conversation and I immediately made the program available to him so he could hear the remarkable account for himself.
The published Tribune story begins with a typical, sadly obligatory, sneering, mocking headline which you will see. In all fairness to reporter Hilkevitch, newspaper story headlines/titles - and story text itself - are often rewritten by 'senior editors' - and the published version may not be reporter Hilkevitch's actual final submitted story.
The US media, and the US government for that matter, have treated the massively important subject of countless unidentified flying craft - and the entire ET issue - with official derision, abuse, obfuscation and outright silence for over 60 years. This coverup is one of the blackest marks in the history of so-called professional journalism in America and the world.
It sounds like a tired joke--but a group of airline employees insist they are in earnest, and they are upset that neither their bosses nor the government will take them seriously.
A flying saucerlike object hovered low over O'Hare International Airport for several minutes before bolting through thick clouds with such intense energy that it left an eerie hole in overcast skies, said some United Airlines employees who observed the phenomenon.
Was it an alien spaceship? A weather balloon lost in the airspace over the world's second-busiest airport? A top-secret military craft? Or simply a reflection from lights that played a trick on the eyes?
Officials at United professed no knowledge of the Nov. 7 event--which was reported to the airline by as many as a dozen of its own workers--when the Tribune started asking questions recently. But the Federal Aviation Administration said its air traffic control tower at O'Hare did receive a call from a United supervisor asking if controllers had spotted a mysterious elliptical-shaped craft sitting motionless over Concourse C of the United terminal.
No controllers saw the object, and a preliminary check of radar found nothing out of the ordinary, FAA spokeswoman Elizabeth Isham Cory said.
The FAA is not conducting a further investigation, Cory said. The theory is the sighting was caused by a "weather phenomenon," she said.
The UFO report has sparked some chuckles among controllers in O'Hare tower.
"To fly 7 million light years to O'Hare and then have to turn around and go home because your gate was occupied is simply unacceptable," said O'Hare controller and union official Craig Burzych.
Some of the witnesses, interviewed by the Tribune, said they are upset that neither the government nor the airline is probing the incident.
Whatever the object was, it could have interfered with O'Hare's radar and other equipment, and even created a collision risk, they said.
The Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (the term that extraterrestrial-watchers nowadays prefer over Unidentified Flying Object) was first seen by a United ramp worker who was directing back a United plane at Gate C17, according to an account the worker provided to the National UFO Reporting Center.
The sighting occurred during daylight, about 4:30 p.m., just before sunset.
All the witnesses said the object was dark gray and well defined in the overcast skies. They said the craft, estimated by different accounts to be 6 feet to 24 feet in diameter, did not display any lights.
Some said it looked like a rotating Frisbee, while others said it did not appear to be spinning. All agreed the object made no noise and it was at a fixed position in the sky, just below the 1,900-foot cloud deck, until shooting off into the clouds.
Witnesses shaken by sighting
"I tend to be scientific by nature, and I don't understand why aliens would hover over a busy airport," said a United mechanic who was in the cockpit of a Boeing 777 that he was taxiing to a maintenance hangar when he observed the metallic-looking object above Gate C17.
"But I know that what I saw and what a lot of other people saw stood out very clearly, and it definitely was not an [Earth] aircraft," the mechanic said.
One United employee appeared emotionally shaken by the sighting and "experienced some religious issues" over it, one co-worker said.
A United manager said he ran outside his office in Concourse B after hearing the report about the sighting on an internal airline radio frequency.
"I stood outside in the gate area not knowing what to think, just trying to figure out what it was," he said. "I knew no one would make a false call like that. But if somebody was bouncing a weather balloon or something else over O'Hare, we had to stop it because it was in very close proximity to our flight operations."
Some joke, others research
The databases of various UFO-watching groups are full of accounts filed by pilots about sightings of unknown aircraft and anomalies that affected navigational equipment onboard planes.
Whether any of the UFO incidents are real or merely the result of individual perceptions, some experts say the events pose a potential safety risk to pilots and their passengers.
"There have been documented cases where safety appears to have been implicated, and more and more we are coming to the point of view that we are dealing with an intelligent phenomenon," said Richard Haines, science director at the National Aviation Reporting Center on Anomalous Phenomena, a private agency.
"We must be proactive before an aircraft goes down," said Haines, a former chief of the Space Human Factors Office at NASA's Ames Research Center.
Haines is investigating the O'Hare incident. He said he has determined that no weather balloons were launched in the vicinity of O'Hare on Nov. 7.
"It's absurd that the military would be conducting aerial test flights" near the airport, Haines said.
All the witnesses to the O'Hare event, who included at least several pilots, said they are certain based on the disc's appearance and flight characteristics that it was not an airplane, helicopter, weather balloon or any other craft known to man.
United denies UFO report
They're not sure what was hanging out for several minutes in the restricted airspace, but they are upset that no one in power has taken the matter seriously.
A United spokeswoman said there is no record of the UFO report. She said United officials do not recall discussion of any such incident.
"There's nothing in the duty manager log, which is used to report unusual incidents," said United spokeswoman Megan McCarthy. "I checked around. There's no record of anything."
The pilots of the United plane being directed back from Gate C17 also were notified by United personnel of the sighting, and one of the pilots reportedly opened a windscreen in the cockpit to get a better view of the object estimated to be hovering 1,500 feet above the ground.
The object was seen to suddenly accelerate straight up through the solid overcast skies, which the FAA reported had 1,900-foot cloud ceilings at the time.
"It was like somebody punched a hole in the sky," said one United employee.
Witnesses said they had a hard time visually tracking the object as it streaked through the dense clouds.
It left behind an open hole of clear air in the cloud layer, the witnesses said, adding that the hole disappeared within a few minutes.
The United employees interviewed by the Tribune spoke on condition of anonymity.
Some said they were interviewed by United officials and instructed to write reports and draw pictures of what they observed, and that they were advised by United officials to refrain from speaking about what they saw.
Federal agency backtracks
Like United, the FAA originally told the Tribune that it had no information on the alleged UFO sighting. But the federal agency quickly reversed its position after the newspaper filed a Freedom of Information Act request.
An internal FAA review of air-traffic communications tapes, a step toward complying with the Tribune request, turned up the call by the United supervisor to an FAA manager in the airport tower, Cory said.
Cory said the weather might have factored into what the witnesses thought they saw.
"Our theory on this is that it was a weather phenomenon," she said. "That night was a perfect atmospheric condition in terms of low [cloud] ceiling and a lot of airport lights. When the lights shine up into the clouds, sometimes you can see funny things. That's our take on it."
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The Associated Press
Monday, January 1, 2007; 7:02 PM
CHICAGO -- Federal officials say it was probably just some weird weather phenomenon, but a group of United Airlines employees swear they saw a mysterious, saucer-shaped craft hovering over O'Hare Airport last fall.
The workers, some of them pilots, said the object didn't have lights and hovered over an airport terminal before shooting up through the clouds, according to a report in Monday's Chicago Tribune.
The Federal Aviation Administration acknowledged that a United supervisor had called the control tower at O'Hare, asking if anyone had spotted a spinning disc-shaped object. But the controllers didn't see anything, and a preliminary check of radar found nothing out of the ordinary, FAA spokeswoman Elizabeth Isham Cory said.
"Our theory on this is that it was a weather phenomenon," Cory said. "That night was a perfect atmospheric condition in terms of low (cloud) ceiling and a lot of airport lights. When the lights shine up into the clouds, sometimes you can see funny things."
The FAA is not investigating, Cory said.
United spokeswoman Megan McCarthy said company officials don't recall discussing any such incident from Nov. 7.
At least one O'Hare controller, union official Craig Burzych, was amused by it all.
"To fly 7 million light years to O'Hare and then have to turn around and go home because your gate was occupied is simply unacceptable," he said.
Date: Wed, 03 Jan 2007
Subject: Re: UFO announcements
I heard a blurb the other day (?JAN.01.?) on t.v. about a UFO being seen. Sorry, I do not recall the specifics of the station stating this nor whom the reporter was.
I did think to myself that the words 'alleged UFO' were not used. It came across as if it is common knowledge.(not typical in my opinion) No description was given of the UFO either.
Anyway, I thought this was the beginning of getting people acquanted with the alien show about to begin.
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