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Storm Area 51 Basecamp To Compete With Alienstock

We have known for some time that the original “Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All of Us” event was a hoax conceived by comedian Matty Roberts. After receiving warnings from the Air Force and Area 51 ‘experts’, Roberts changed the name to Alienstock and has been promoting the event as a music festival and, despite the name, eliminating any storming to see “dem aliens.” That still prompted warnings and threats of government blockage by residents of Rachel where the festival is still scheduled to be held on September 20-21. Now, another group has stepped in to put the ‘alien’ back in Area 51. The Alien Research Center, located in Hiko just down the Extraterrestrial Highway from Rachel, announced the “Storm Area 51 Basecamp” on the same weekend, with a few similarities besides the date but an obvious agenda to attract those truly interested in Area 51, UFOs, aliens and the like.

“On Friday, Sept. 20 and Saturday, Sept. 21 the Alien Research Center on the Extraterrestrial Highway will be basecamp for believers as prominent ufologists, expert speakers, musicians and artists gather to celebrate the ‘Storm’ Area 51 movement.

Featuring live music, expert speakers, food trucks, Alien-inspired retailers and art installations, ‘Storm’ Area 51 Basecamp will also feature exclusive screenings and appearances by cast of Jeremy Kenyon Lockyer Corbell’s hit Netflix documentary Bob Lazar: Area 51 & Flying Saucers.”

The Storm Area 51 Basecamp website gives as much information as is available at the moment. The first big difference between it and Alienstock is the $51 (get it?) admission fee, which will be used for services, including security, emergency personnel, restroom facilities, water stations and wifi access. Alienstock is free (at the moment) and part of the resistance to it by locals is that it doesn’t have similar service and emergency plans. The Basecamp admission fee includes “parking, two bottles of water, a $10 food truck voucher and commemorative lanyard.” A limited number of tent and RV sites are available for additional fees. To guarantee publicity and cooperation with the locals, the press release notes that “Basecamp will serve as Lincoln County’s media hub for all journalists covering this growing cultural movement. The location will also serve as the command and control center for the Lincoln County’s Sheriff’s Office to ensure public safety.”

“Return regularly for updates to speaker roster.”

Here’s where Basecamp and Alienstock are similar – neither has revealed much in the way of speakers and entertainment. Alienstock has Budweiser and Arby’s trucks providing refreshments, a Vegas strippermobile providing – you can figure it out – and rumors of Lil Nas X and Limp Bizkit as possible performers with a promise of others in the electronic dance music arena. Basecamp has Corbell, documentary filmmaker and the curator of the Alien Research Center, Dick “The Rogue Warrior” Marcinko, a SEAL veteran, author and talk show host who will “share his story of a UFO sighting while conducting a covert mission,” a telescope viewing and a promise of “conversations with Ufologists.”

Pick us up on Sunday.

Which one has the best chance of actually happening? Which one would you prefer to attend?

Which one would the aliens attend?

Source: Mysterious Universe

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Sleep paralysis or alien abduction?

Nearly four million Americans have had experiences of alien abduction, but in a study of 126 school-age children and 224 university students, it has shown that “alien knowledge” is more connected to television viewing, rather than to the abduction experience.

Millions of people are believed to have been visited by members of an alien species and, in some cases, physically taken to an alien planet, or a scientific laboratory. Wright, in 1994, summarized 317 transcripts of hypnosis sessions and interviews from 95 separate cases and concluded:

Numerous types of entities have visited our planet with a certain regularity. However, the “gray” is clearly the most common alien form”.

ABDUCTION EXPERIENCES

In many reports of kidnapping, the experience begins at night, when the person is at home in bed. Almost always, even if sometimes abductions occur during the day or outdoors, the abductees see an intense blue or white light, hear a hum and have a sense of an inexplicable presence, which generates a state of anxiety. Many see an aircraft with flashing lights, to then be led inside it. Once inside, the person can undergo various medical procedures, which often involve the implantation of a small object in the nose or other parts of the body. In almost all cases, communication with alien beings occurs through telepathy, while the abducted almost always feels completely helpless and paralyzed.

The alien figures they see are about four feet high, with a thin body and neck, a large head and huge almond-shaped black eyes. Grays usually have no hair and often only three fingers per hand. The rarer aliens include green or blue types, the northern aliens have blond hair, they are taller, and sometimes there are even seemingly human figures that collaborate with extraterrestrial creatures.

PURPOSE OF THE ABDUCTIONS

So far, abduction reports show two types of purpose: abductions for the reproduction of hybrid creatures (half human and half alien), and abductions where extraterrestrials warn humans of an imminent ecological catastrophe.

Some abductees spontaneously remember their experiences, while others remember the experience under hypnosis. Most of Wright’s ninety-five abductees have been hypnotized and interviewed several times, however there are many cases of “conscious recollection” of the abduction without hypnosis.

Naturally, the hypothesis of mental illness was also evaluated: Bloecher, Clamar and Hopkins in 1985 found a superior intelligence to the average in the patients and no sign of serious pathology among nine abducts. Parnell, in 1988, found no psychopathology among 225 individuals who reported only having witnessed a “sighting” that did not produce a kidnapping. More recently, Spanos, in 1993, compared UFO sighting reports from forty-nine people, finding that they were no less intelligent than the average, no longer prone to fantasy, and showed no more signs of psychopathology.

Also the “temporal lobe lability” has been analyzed: individuals with relatively labile temporal lobes are more inclined to the imagination, and more likely to report mystical and extracorporeal experiences, visions and psychic experiences: however, Spanos did not find any difference in a temporal lobe lability scale, among the people who had seen UFOs and various control groups. Cox, in 1995, compared a group of twelve British abductees with a matched control group and a student control group: once again, he found no differences on the temporal lobes.

SLEEP PARALYSIS

A concluding theory states that abductions “are elaborations of sleep paralysis”, in which a person is apparently able to listen and see, without being able to move.

The ” International Classification of Sleep Disorders ” explains that sleep paralysis is common among narcoleptics, in which paralysis occurs mainly at the beginning of sleep, while only occasionally manifests in isolation during sleep. During paralysis, a person wakes up completely paralyzed, perceives a presence in the room, feels a sensation of panic, complete with lights and buzzing: attempts to get out of the state of paralysis during sleep are usually unsuccessful.

Spanos highlighted the similarities between alien abduction and sleep paralysis: most of the abduction experiences studied occurred during the night and most of the abductees reported symptoms very similar to the phenomenon of nocturnal paralysis: Cox instead divided his twelve kidnapped cases, in six day and six night abductions, discovering in this way that the “night abducts” reported a sleep paralysis significantly more frequent than any of the control groups.

Roper’s organization

The claim that 3.7 million Americans were kidnapped was based on a Roper survey conducted between July and September 1991 and published in 1992. John Mack, a professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, said that hundreds of thousands of American men women and children “may have experienced UFO abductions”: the report was published privately and sent to nearly one hundred thousand psychiatrists, psychologists and other mental health professionals encouraging them to ” be open to the possibility that something exists or is happening to their clients which, in our traditional Western context, cannot or should not not be “ .

The Roper provides a survey service that has been able to demonstrate with indicators, the similarity of the symptoms in the abductees, concluding that the people who have had four or more experiences are probably, really been kidnapped. Of the 5,947 people interviewed, 119 (or 2%) had four or five of the indicators. Since the population represented by the sample was 185 million, the total number was 3.7 million – hence the conclusion that nearly four million Americans have been abducted by aliens. Many scientists have chosen to ignore the survey, considering it imperfect; however, it was decided to extend this investigation, since the sampling technique appears to be solid and the sample broad.

But were these people really abducted or did they just have special psychological experiences like sleep paralysis?

The conclusions of the survey

We publish the conclusions of the Roper research: “The Roper Organization’s research on behalf of Bigelow Holding Company produced results that were unexpected by Bigelow Holding Company; chiefly because the number of people reporting occurrences of items on the list far exceeded what was anticipated, and also because the answers cut across most demographic subgroups… It is clear that significant numbers of people do report that these unusual events occurred, independent of any factors in the survey that might increase responses. “

(Copies of the report, Unusual personal experiences , may be available through The Roper Organization, 205 East 42nd Street, New York, NY 10017)

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Aliens deactivated nuclear weapons to show us how useless they are

As far back as in 2008, a group of former Air Force officers shared their incredible accounts of UFOs allegedly demonstrating a distinct interest in nuclear weapons sites; since then, lobbyists have urged heightened efforts to force the US government to declassify all it knows about extraterrestrials.

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Aliens have been turning our nuclear weapons on and off to demonstrate how “useless” they are against them, claims an activist seeking to end the “government ET truth embargo”, reports Daily Star Online.

Stephen Bassett is the founder of Paradigm Research Group (PRG), which has been engaged in a tireless effort to shed light on the “truth” about extraterrestrials and UFOs.

Bassett claims that several witnesses have observed Unidentified Aerial Phenomena, as he calls them, in line with the US Navy’s official definition, manipulating our own nuclear weapons with ease and even “turning them off”.

However, the expert is quick to downplay any fears that this constitutes a threat to humanity, saying this actually shows us that ETs and Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP) support nuclear disarmament.

They turned off our nuclear weapons repeatedly; does that mean they are bad? The witnesses to the events, and there are many, generally believe that it is not an ominous thing but rather a message.

It wasn’t a threat but a message that these things are useless. [As if they’re saying] “they certainly are useless against us, all you are going to do is kill yourselves and we can’t turn them off at will, why don’t you just get rid of them?” That’s how the witnesses, by and large the majority, have interpreted this

This is by far not the first time it has been claimed that aliens have been shutting down nukes and showing an interest in military bases.

An excerpt from the military UFO sighting project, Blue book, dating from the 1960s: “Very bright light with jagged edges. Approximately round in shape, half the size of the full moon. Approximately 1/3 speed of a shooting star. ”

Former US Air Force lieutenant Bob Jacobs was one of a group of former Air Force officers, that also included Robert Salas, who appeared back in 2008 on CNN’s Larry King Live to make the claim that UFOs activated missile systems at five Air Force Bases in five different states, but the United States government had reportedly covered up the information.

Bob Salas, a former US Air Force captain, and Bob Jamison, a former US Air Force officer, made the sensational claim that during a missile test, an object “shot a beam of light at the warhead” in what has been called the 1967 Malmstrom AFB UFO incident, when missiles in the middle of Montana were reportedly rendered temporarily inoperable.

Salas said:

The Air Force investigated this secretly, I believe through 1972. I think this thing was not of this Earth. I’m convinced it was not built here, because it was able to send signals to each of our missiles separately. The guidance and control equipment was upset in each one

He was asked, he says, by commanders to sign a non-disclosure document in which he pledged to never talk about the incident.

Bob Jacobs, a former US Air Force photographic instrumentation officer, said a UFO appeared in a film he filmed in 1954 at Vandenberg Air Force Base and was later confiscated by CIA agents.

Stephen Bassett previously told Daily Star Online that NASA is forced by the US government to shut down the ISS live feed when aliens put in an appearance.

Bassett, who has long campaigned for the government to end its alleged embargo on the truth about extraterrestrial life, recently said NASA has essentially its “hands tied” when it comes to revealing the appearance of UFOs.

The executive director of Paradigm Research Group, founded in 1996, Bassett has been working to end what he claims is a government-imposed embargo on the truth behind the so-called “UFO” phenomenon.

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Unique UFO landing photos have appeared in Brazil

In 1995, in Brazil, there is a rare incident where a UFO leaves behind not only scared eyewitnesses but also material traces of its presence.

But, just a few days ago, photos of the incident were posted to the public for public access. Previously, only some Brazilian experts and ufologists had seen the photos.

On October 1, 1995, fishermen Fernando Bessera and Wilson da Silva Oliveira were fishing in their boat on the island of Ilha de Mayor, off the coast of Sao Paulo. Suddenly, they saw a large object in the shape of a disk that emitted a bright yellow light over their heads.

UFO disk, drawing of one of the eyewitnesses

At first, the fishermen took the object for a balloon, but when that disk landed on an island not far from them, they realized that it was something completely different.

The frightened fishermen immediately set sail from the place. They told their loved ones about what they saw. The next day, when the two fishermen with other curious people returned to the place, they saw strange imprints on the mud and grass.

Wilson says:

“I almost died of fear and immediately hid at the bottom of the boat …!”

Fernando shares:

“When the light was over our heads, the object changed direction and flew to the island. Then it landed on it. Then we tried to start the boat’s engine. Nothing happened. About ten times we tried, and it wasn’t until after that tenth attempt that the engine finally went to work and we set sail from there as quickly as possible. “

That night, both fishermen could not sleep in fear, and in the morning, could not resist not returning to the island and see if this object is still there. The site was gone, but there were many strange traces everywhere.

UFO landing spot

Including, a 5.5m rounded “track” where all the grass was dried and twisted clockwise.

Traces were found, most likely from the “chariots” of the disc. They are four rectangular concave tracks, each measuring 10 cm by 15 cm, with a depth of 2 cm in the ground.

A trace of one of the UFO chariots

Apparently, the flying object was small and not too heavy.

These days, this can be attributed to a large drone. However, nothing like this happened in 1995.

A few days later, a sensational UFO landing near Sao Paulo was published in the Brazilian Tribune. Local investigators of anomalous phenomena arrive at the site, take photos, take samples of soil and grass.

Later, they classify this case as a Close Encounter of the second type in the Heinek Classification. They consider the problems with the engine of the boat as a typical effect of electromagnetic UFO radiation on the operation of electronics. Also, severe corrosion of engine parts was detected, and there was none before the accident.

At the same time, the object had some physiological effect on the eyewitnesses themselves, probably using the same radiation. Both fishermen complained of skin and eye irritation for several days after the encounter.

Nothing unusual was found in the soil samples taken from the place of the disk landing. But when plant seeds were planted in it, they germinated very quickly. At the same time, the same seeds planted in soil taken outside the landing zone did not sprout at all during this time.

It is also revealed that this is neither a small aircraft nor a helicopter. Santos Air Force Base stated that at that time, no aircraft were flying in those areas.

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