Tuesday, February 08, 2011

Alien Lore No. 192 -- UFOs over Jerusalem

By Jack Brummet, Paranormal Editor

Thanks, as always, to Jeff Clinton for bringing this to our attention. 

A glowing craft over the skyline of Jerusalem has left UFO experts and even a few skeptics baffled. 

A round object descended over Jerusalem's Dome of the Rock last week, and was then seen to flicker and rocket off into the heavens.  People have posted other clips of Jerusalem previously, and all were generally dismissed as man-made.  This sighting has left UFOlogists baffled because this one was filmed from numerous perspectives.  In fact, judging from the buzz in the UFO this sighting and these videos are among the most important sightings in recent years. 

In fact, some UFO-heads think these widely viewed videos are definitive proof that our cousins have returned for a visit.  Some scholars and observers of a more religious bent say that the UFO is the Hebrew god Elohim.

"Erets Yisrael is the navel of the world, and Jerusalem is its center, and the Bet ha Mikdash is at the center of Jerusalem, and the Holy of Holies is at its center, and the Holy Ark is at the center of the Holy of holies, and in front of it is the Foundation Stone on which the world was founded." -The Midrash

One thing that is certain is that the pilots of the UFO are not Muslim.  Flying over the Dome of the Rock landmark, an Islamic shrine, is prohibited.

A former Ministry of Defense UFO investigator, Nick Pope, says "If these are real, they are some of the most incredible videos ever shot.  If they are not, then this is a very well-planned and coordinated hoax designed to eliminate elements of doubt."  Pope says  "the way it shoots up into the sky suggests it is unmanned, because no living thing could survive those kinds of G-forces."

A total of four clips filmed from different viewpoints were posted online.

A news clip of the report of the UFO:

A third view:

A synced version of the Jerusalem UFO video (two videos from different perspectives):


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