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Sightings of UFOs and strange phenomena increasing over New Zealand

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Michael Hall
Radio NZ

A UFO organisation with links to the Chilean government is investigating eight reports of strange phenomena across New Zealand skies this year and says sightings are increasing.
UFOCUS NZ director Suzanne Hansen told RNZ there was an emerging pattern of reported sightings of UFOs throughout the country, involving ‘corridors’ and ‘hotspots’ and that many sightings seemed to be associated with seismic events.She made her comments this week during the 40th anniversary of New Zealand’s most famous UFO encounter, the so-called ‘Kaikoura Lights’ (watch video below) sightings on 31 December 1978, which were filmed by an Australian camera crew and enthralled millions of people across the world.

The UFO research network has a co-operation agreement with the Committee of Studies of Anomalous Aerial Phenomena, a joint military, science and aviation body set up by the Chilean government, which also follows a theory that UFO sightings are associated with seismic activity and is investigating the link.

The groups have carried out joint research projects and have been exchanging information since signing an official agreement in September 2013.

The retired school teacher said the group’s team of eight investigators had been busy looking into eight reports of UFOs this year. The team includes former air force staff, an astronomer and science and medical professionals.

“Most reports we receive are from the North Island, which is probably because of a denser population,” she said.

“We hear a lot from cray fishermen, truck drivers and farmers, and there are hotspots with a history of reported sightings.

“These areas include the Dome Valley, north of Auckland, which is a particularly creepy area, and the Kaipara region.”

She also pointed to a UFO ‘corridor’ stretching across the North Island, from the Bay of Plenty’s offshore islands, through Tauranga and into the Waikato, where there had been a concentration of UFO reports over the past decades.

Data released by the Civil Aviation Authority spanning the years between 2000 and 2017 showed it received 30 reports of UFOs, and interestingly there was a concentration of reported sightings across the supposed corridor Mrs Hansen described, as well as reports spread over the Wellington region and Canterbury.

A mathematical theory postulated by former National Airways Corporation pilot and deceased Kiwi UFO figure, captain Bruce Cathie, suggested these supposed corridors were formed over natural energy ‘gridlines’ across the earth, which UFOs used to travel.

One sighting the group had investigated this year took place on 28 February at Glenroy, Selwyn, in Canterbury and involved the daylight sighting of a “black aerial object”.

The witness, who held a private pilot’s license, was riding his motorcycle when he saw an object approaching in the sky, which he described as being like “a squashed doughnut” moving extremely fast without sound.

It was reportedly lost from view as it came close and passed over trees and was “about the size of a living room”, he said.

The witness told investigators: “I have flown (aircraft) a lot and I am familiar with most aircraft types, but this was really something else.

“The sheer speed, dark colour and absence of any exterior features were quite remarkable, and I wished that the experience had lasted longer.”

Mrs Hansen said reported sightings were increasing overall in New Zealand.

She became committed to investigating UFO phenomena following what she described as a harrowing UFO encounter as a 20-year-old teacher in Hawke’s Bay during the mid-1970s.

She had been travelling in a car between Takapau and Hastings on a country back road with a friend during late afternoon when they became aware of intense lights above the vehicle.

As the lights got closer, she said they were accompanied by a “vibrational sound” that became higher pitched in frequency until the pair lost consciousness.

She said when they became conscious again, they were still in the car driving, but it was now dark outside.

“It was a feeling of shock and horror, of being unable to logically explain how one second you had spotted erratic lights while driving in sunshine and the next you were suddenly aware of driving in darkness and the lights were gone,” she said.

“My friend reacted with anger and disorientation, repeatedly shouting ‘what the hell is happening’. It was traumatic.”

She said the pair estimated they had lost 90 minutes of time, which they couldn’t account for.

The troubling experience remained with Mrs Hansen and in the 1980s she became aware of UFO research in the United States, after which she began helping UFO expert Harvey Cook organise meetings in Tauranga.

UFOCUS NZ was formed and it established a website in 2000 to document sightings.

One of the most dramatic UFO events to be documented however happened 40 years ago today, on 31 December, 1978 – the Kaikoura Lights sightings.

Spectacular light formations were spotted 10 days earlier by the crew of a Safe Air cargo plane.

The lights followed them for several minutes before disappearing and reappearing nearby.

They appeared on Wellington Air Traffic Control radar, on the aircraft radar, and were sighted by hundreds of people.

Then between 31 December and 1 January, an Australian television crew recorded a similar incident onboard a cargo aircraft flying between Wellington and Christchurch.

The large bright objects were filmed, tracked by Air Traffic Control and observed by witnesses simultaneously, with one of the objects following the aircraft almost until it landed.

When the aircraft took off again, it was followed by a huge orb-like object for 15 minutes.

Film footage stunned millions of viewers across the world.

A report by authorities later dismissed the giant orbs as possibly reflected lights from squid boats.

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Hollywood UFO stories are becoming much more realistic

The Pentagon admits that UFOs are real. So Hollywood is doing a flurry of movies and TV shows about how we should look for them.

UFOs are everywhere and Hollywood noticed it. Talking about UFOs is no longer something conventional, with the former Blink-182 singer, Tom DeLonge, causing the US military to admit they have UFO videos.

Small and large screens have always shown aliens and UFOs. From movies like Close Encounters of the Third Kind to The arrival and even the franchise The Avengers, bizarre aliens and their vehicles arrived on Earth and this has caused audiences around the world to question the existence of extraterrestrials. But there is a greater focus on UFO hunters in Hollywood.

Robbie Graham, media critic and author of “Silver Screen Saucers: Sorting Fact from Fantasy in Hollywood’s UFO Movies”, said:

I think it’s fair to say yes, and that this resurgence in popularity is a direct result of the 2018 Pentagon revelations, which captured the attention of mainstream media (in the U.S.) like no UFO story in decades. This helped to legitimize UFOs as a topic of dominant debate and opened up new lines of scientific and political research for TV producers who are always looking for new approaches to this enduring and popular subject.

Recent researches indicate that just over half of Americans believe that UFOs exist and a third believe they are alien spaceships. Graham is not entirely convinced that UFOs will be the next big thing. But he points out that young people are being drawn to the subject like never before.

Graham stated:

It seems that ufology is not as stupid as it was before, thanks to an influx in recent years of relatively young and modern researchers who were attracted to the subject through its new legitimacy. Ufology was once an old person’s game; now it’s a youth game.

In 2017, former Blink 182 frontman Tom DeLonge, publicly announced his UFO / technology / media company, To the Stars Academy, along with an article from New York Times announcing a secret Pentagon program designed to study anomalous phenomena. Young UFO enthusiasts have turned to social media, #UFOTwitter has become a real hashtag and the once invisible UFO speech has become incredibly public.

Aiden Gillen told the Motherboard in an interview:

I think people are more open to considering it a real phenomenon than just a psychological one.

I suppose you could have said this also in the 50s and 60s, in the age of science, that people would be more open to the idea that we are not alone in the universe. I am also fully aware of how unlikely we are to meet.

Gillen, known for playing Littlefinger’s role in game of Thrones from HBO, interprets the Dr. J. Allen Hynek at the Project Blue Book of History Channel, what returns next week.

Aidan Gillen as Dr. J. Allen Hynek, in the Blue Book Project series.

Blue Book Project is a fictional TV series about the Air Force’s infamous UFO investigation program of the 1950s and 1960s with the same name.

Gillen said that humans are naturally curious about UFOs:

It is inevitable that you will ask yourself. This is something that people have been doing since we started supporting ourselves as a species. ‘What’s up there?’ It’s always been, ‘What’s up there?’

Although Gillen does not think the government should spend large amounts of money chasing UFOs, as there are more pressing problems, he thinks that talking about UFOs is no longer taboo.

He explained:

I think there is something that is getting cool about UFOs. It’s easier to talk or reference [sobre eles]. I feel that Immediate Third Degree Contacts is one of the coolest films of the 70s, and when that role came out, I thought, “This is really cool ..

Although TV dramas like fictional Blue Book Project, UFO-themed programs still have a long way to go.

Graham said:

They depict presenters chasing lights in the sky in jeeps while wearing night-vision goggles and noisy walkie-talkies (radios). It is absurd and devoid of educational value. However, it doesn’t have to be that way, and this wave of factual UFO TV shows is likely to reflect a more serious tone that the mainstream media has started to adopt on this topic. Certainly, UFOs are ‘selling’ like never before. They are a hot property in the TV area at the moment and everyone wants a slice.

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Physicists say Tic-Tac UFOs can cover interstellar distances

The implications of this study are striking and show that efforts to uncover UFOs are being continued in all areas.

Physicists say Tic-Tac UFOs can cover interstellar distances

A study carried out by physicists and scientists at the University of Albany and the Scientific Coalition for UAP Studies examined the flight characteristics of so-called Tic-Tac UFOs:

Estimated accelerations range from almost 100g to 1000s of gs, with no air disturbances observed, no sonic noise and no evidence of excessive heat proportional to the estimated minimum energies. According to the observations, the estimated parameters that describe the behavior of these ships are anomalous and surprising.

Physicists say the UFO

As a basis, video recordings / known data were used, as well as testimonies from the pilots. The study believes that UFOs are likely to be very advanced vehicles:

The estimated extreme flight characteristics reveal that these observations are either fabricated, or seriously wrong, or that these ships exhibit much more advanced technology than any known spacecraft on Earth.

The flight maneuvers observed also suggest that these vehicles would be able to travel interstellar distances in a short time:

The observed flight characteristics of these ships are consistent with the flight characteristics required for interstellar travel, that is, if these observed accelerations were sustainable in space, these ships could easily reach relativistic speeds in a matter of minutes to hours and cover interstellar distances in a matter of days to weeks, adequate time.

Due to the credibility of the witnesses and the technology used to document these encounters, scientists do not believe that these encounters are measurement errors or fabricated data:

The number and quality of the witnesses, the variety of roles they played at the meetings and the equipment used to track and record the ships favor the latter hypothesis that it is a technologically advanced ship.

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Vatican prepares conference on extraterrestrial life

A conference with an extraordinary theme will be held at the Vatican on February 12: The Universe and Possible Encounters with Other Civilizations.

Vatican prepares conference on extraterrestrial life

As is known, Catholicism represents one of the most important religious currents in the world, it has an ancient and modern cultural heritage.

Accumulated information from several centuries suggests that UFO students know that this organization knows more than it needs to recognize encounters with alien races and the existence of unknown flying objects.

From 2 March 2020, the Vatican will allow several researchers from various countries to access information from the end of Pope Pius XII’s pontificate, that is, from 1958 to the present day.

The Vatican is considered one of the most important centers of historical collection in the world. It has about 150 thousand documents, 650 different files in an extension of 85 linear kilometers of shelves, which are said to allow to know 8 centuries of history.

Everything suggests that there may be an opening for the revelation of the existence of extraterrestrial life in the universe and, possibly, be in our world.

On February 12, the conference will be held under the title: The Universe and Possible Encounters with Other Civilizations, sponsored by Nazionale Ufological Center, an Italian organization that has members related to the Vatican and the Italian government.

It will be presented by Vladimiro Bibolotti, a freelance journalist, aware of the UFO phenomenon since 1975, and a member of this Center since 1995, of which he was president until 2019.

Bibolotti has an experience that accredits him as a specialist in ufology. He also has connections that connect him to the Vatican.

Bibolotti mentioned in 2014 that:

“if massive contact occurs or the existence of extraterrestrial life is revealed, all religions would have to join new scenarios, in addition to creating another worldview”.

This Center is related to the organization founded by Tom DeLonge, who participated in the public release of US Navy UFO videos.

In 2019, the UFO phenomenon was marked by the recognition of American agencies, which are taking a new turn in their knowledge.

Within the clergy, what is related to the UFO phenomenon is considered strange and denied, but supposedly they would be changing their irreducible positions.

Of course, ufology and the Vatican have more in common than we want to recognize, and everything suggests that some answers can be found in their archives.

Perhaps this opening can be significant so that, once and for all, it is established that we are not alone in the universe.

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