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phoenix lights vs morristown nj hoax
June 19, 2018
11:13 am
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garylee
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I recently watched a couple short youtube clips about to guys that tied road flares to helium balloons and then attached the balloons together spacing them at a distance to appear as a formation, they did this I believe on 3 separate occasions and the media (local and national) picked up on this and ran it as mysterious object spotted in the sky, one local family that captured it on video did several interviews expressing there awe and amazement, so my thought is, in 1997 when the "phoenix lights" appeared and many people witnessed because coincidently it was on the night that a eclipse was able to be viewed, so many people were naturally looking to the skies that evening,  I have to say that my curiosity about the phoenix lights was somewhat shaken and I believe that it was nothing more then a hoax, I want badly for there to be beings from other worlds visiting our planet, I feel like my amateur research has been quite thorough and I sadly am leaning towards thinking we have never once been visited by intelligent beings from other worlds, if that is a 100% fact, that alone is as mind blowing to me if we 100% were,  considering many have based there entire lives on the idea that UFOs are real,  there are a few cases around that ive not been able to get explanations for yet I just cant believe we would not have solid proof that we all could see, to believe we are the only game in the universe is absurd, yet to believe another intelligent race would visit our planet and just play hide and seek with us seems absurd as well. if you add god into the mix it even seems crazier that a advanced intelligence that has the ability to visit us would not also be aware of this god and somewhat familiar with his teachings, therefore not be so suspicious of us that they cant on a mass scale reveal themselves, I know the possibilities are endless I am just frustrated with the riddle of the whole UFO mystery, as I get older the concrete truth seems important to me and the riddles of life seem just annoying, maybe I'm just getting old and cranky,  any thoughts         

June 20, 2018
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It is a fallacy to say that because someone can do a trick similar to what is reported that this proves that it all is a fake.  The internet now is flooded with fakes. The person who said that 90% of everything is shit did not know of the internet or Photoshop.  I use some of these images and reports as remote viewing targets.  Most are fakes.  However, the Phoenix lights, the Rex Heflin photographs and the LA Times Battle of Los Angeles photograph are real extraterrestrial space craft.   

When you can go out and see the universe, who wants to go look at a Russian submarine? (Melvin C. Riley, US Army Remote Viewer)

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