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Mystery of alien transmission remains unsolved after 42 years

The extraordinary 1977 nuclear weapons warning was dismissed as a scam – but was it?

Mystery of alien transmission remains unsolved after 42 years

On November 26, 1977, a mysterious alien broadcast aired in southern Britain for 6 minutes.

The frightening warning from someone who identified himself as “Vrillon, a representative of the Ashtar Galactic Command”, was never fully explained.

This happened on a Saturday during a routine news broadcast at 5 pm Southern tv, when viewers watched the image of narrator Andrew Gardner sway strangely as a deep hum came from the TV sets.

Then came the bizarre message:

This is the voice of Vrillon, a representative of the Ashtar Galactic Command, speaking to you.

For many years you saw us as lights in the heavens. Now we speak to you in peace and wisdom, as we have done with your brothers and sisters around the world, your planet Earth.

We have come to warn you of the fate of your race and your world, so that you can communicate to your fellowmen the way they must go in order to avert the disaster that threatens your world and the beings of our world around you.

Explaining that the earth was moving into a new era that could lead to an era of peace and harmony for all mankind, the voice warned that it was time to ban all weapons of mass destruction:

All your evil weapons must be removed. The time for conflict has passed and the race of which you are a member can proceed to the higher stages of your evolution if you prove worthy to do so. You have little time to learn to live together in peace and goodwill.

Vrillon, presumably referring to UFO sightings, adds:

We have watched you grow for many years, just as you have watched our lights in your skies. There are more beings on and around your earth than your scientists admit.

He ended the broadcast, warning that false leaders would not be heard, saying:

We are now leaving the plans of your existence… The time has come to evolve into a higher form.

The message was never repeated or explained.

The rational answer is that it was a scam and that someone had “kidnapped” the local TV broadcaster.

A spokeswoman for Southern television told reporters at the time:

A fraudster took over our North Hampshire transmitter, placing another transmitter very close to him.

The Hannington transmitter is believed to have been the source of the inexplicable message. (Image: Wikipedia) (Image: Wikipedia)

A spokeswoman for The Independent Broadcasting Authority said that such a scam would require “a considerable amount of technical knowledge.”

But the alleged fraudster never came forward to claim responsibility for the bizarre transmission and managed to keep his secret for 42 years.

Or, of course, it is possible that Vrillon is really out there watching and waiting for us to give up our nuclear weapons so they can welcome us into an interplanetary community.



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The smallest man in the world died at the age of 27 from pneumonia

The little Nepalese took part in various television shows, traveled around the world, met with the highest people in the world and enjoyed the attention to his person.

Khagendra’s height was only 67 cm and weight 5.5 kg. From a very young age, this little man was of miniature growth, born with primordial dwarfism. When he was a child, he was already known in many countries as the smallest boy in the world, and then as the smallest teenager.

After the official title of the Guinness Book of Records, Khagendra became a living symbol of Nepal, attracting tourists to this poor mountainous country.

Because of his abnormal growth, Khagendra often suffered from many medical problems, ranging from asthma to problems with breathing and bone pain. Shortly before his death, his heart began to ache often, and then he also caught pneumonia and his body simply could not withstand such a load.

Despite all the above problems, Khagendra remained a cheerful and optimistic person to the end. He was completely dependent on his parents and moved with great difficulty, but he had normal mental development and was well aware of his condition and position.

Khagendra had a younger brother, who was born completely normal and then helped Khagendra cope with various domestic inconveniences.

“He was so small at birth that could fit in the palm of my hand and it was very difficult for us to bathe and care for him,” says Khagendra’s father Rup Bahadur.

Before the death of Khagendra, the official smallest man in the world was recognized as Junrey Balawing from the Philippines, 56 cm tall, but he cannot walk on his own.

Of those dwarfs who can walk, now the smallest is the Colombian Eduardo Nino Hernandez (pictured below), whose height is 70 cm.

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A chicken in Brazil laid an egg with a text message

This happened in the municipality of Ceará, Brazil. According to, a stunned farmer named Raimundo Aluceno came to the local newspaper and demanded that the jounalists send the best scientists to the poultry farm. The reason for this was one of his birds, which laid a somewhat abnormal egg.

Raimundo has long been engaged in his business and has seen everything. But for the chicken to lay an egg with some mysterious symbols – this is what he sees for the first time.

First, our hero shared the discovery with his neighbors, who, too, were stunned. Then at a meeting of the villagers, it was decided to send Raimundo to the scientists to explain this strange phenomenon.

Unfortunately, he did not reach the scientists, however, the TV channel Monólitos, broadcasting in Portuguese, became interested in the incident. The journalists went to the place and checked everything, after which they took a short interview from Raimundo.

The egg turned out to be real, not fake, and now no one knows how to interpret this event. The opinions of people are divided.

So, many people think that aliens are to blame for everything, since Brazil is a continuous anomalous zone. But why did aliens need this? Is this some kind of joke or message left to people?

On the other hand, many see the divine sign in everything. Moreover, since the symbols more closely resemble to numbers, not letters, believers see this as the date of prophecy about the Apocalypse.

The situation with this egg is funny on one hand, and not on the the other. Why it is not funny can be understood if we recall that many cultures of the world are engaged in coloring eggs – they draw some patterns, inscriptions and so on.

All this, of course, could be some kind of witchcraft, whose roots go back to times about which nothing is known. But, apparently, there was some reason for the ancient people to make inscriptions on chicken eggs.

Maybe the ancients really had some sacred birds through which some forces transmitted messages to people, painting something on the shell. Then the messages ceased and the people themselves began to draw some patterns, repeating a forgotten ritual.

If this assumption is correct, then probably these ancient and forgotten times are returning and now many birds in the world will be carrying some quotes and valuable advice, so we follow the development of events.

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Strange multi-colored flashes in the night sky of Ohio still have not received a logical explanation

These strange multi-colored flashes in the night sky were shot last Sunday by an outdoor surveillance camera installed on a house in Bethel, Ohio.

The population of the town is only a little more than 2700 people and of course in such a small settlement there are no large stadiums, night clubs with spotlights and other institutions that could theoretically be involved in these bright flashes of light.

In addition to the camera, outbreaks were personally observed by the owners of the house on which this camera was installed. Tim Walker and his daughter Carolyn took up garbage collection late at night and literally froze in place when they saw colorful flashes that lit up the night sky.

The flashes lasted only a few seconds, and then stopped, but when the father and daughter went further along the road, the night sky again lit up with a bright flash. That is, if this happened intermittently, then this is clearly not a falling meteorite.

However, no one knows what it could still be , although news of these strange outbreaks soon appeared in many media. None of the logical versions could explain where these reddish-orange-pink-violet flashes came from.

According to Carolyn, at first she thought that something big had exploded there and felt very anxious. However, no loud sounds were heard.

And according to Tim Walker, what he saw reminded him of the explosions of shells that he saw while serving in the army. Except that here all this was completely soundless.

In the following days, reporters asked the local police and the Clermont County Emergency Department, to which the town belongs, but could not explain anything there. Also, nothing is said about whether it could be an accident on power lines or any substation.

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