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MHB über Randersacker - Komet als UFO unterwegs? - US-Medien rüsten UFO-mäßig auf - Das türkische UFO-Museum - ´Alien´ war eine Sau...

Zur Tageseinstimmung gibts Michael "the nose" Jackson als Grey und mit einem UFO-Song! - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CVr-...

Montag, der 19.November 2007. Viel gab es ja an diesem Tag vor der Feier zur prachtvollen Diamanten-Hochzeit des britisch-königlichen Monarchenpaares nicht zu vermelden, aber es ´weihnachtet´ schon sehr, wie man auch an diesem Videoclip sehen kann: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J0tV... . Zum Glück ist das "UFO" aber aufgrund seiner Geräuschentwicklung schnell zu identifizieren. Das "X-UFO" ist da schon ´gefährlicher´ im Potenzial.

Die Sternwarte Würzburg reichte mir diese Meldung weiter, die von Adelheid von Sch. aus Randersacker ihr eingereicht wurde:

"Am Freitag, den 16.11.07, 19.30 h, habe ich Folgendes beobachtet: Ich habe einen sehr weiten Blick Richtung Süden. Während ich telefonierte fiel mir plötzlich in der Dunkelheit ein sehr großes helles, sich zunächst in nördlicher Richtung, sozusagen sich auf Randersacker zu bewegendes, helles Licht ohne Konturen auf. Ein Heißluftballon {sic!} in der Dunkelheit? Ich sagte dann zu meiner Bekannten, ich muss schnell das Fernglas holen und etwas vom Balkon beobachten. Ich rief auch noch meine Nachbarn an, die es auch noch gesehen haben. Im Fernglas sah ich , dass das Licht gelb , orange und etwas rot war. Das war aber nur sehr kurz, denn mit hoher Geschwindigkeit verschwand es in Richtung Süden, war, wie wir vermuten, in einer Wolke verschwunden. Was kann das nur gewesen sein? Hat jemand anders Ihnen auch eine Beobachtung gemeldet? Gross, hell, aber ganz anders wie ein Flugzeug, kein Geräusch. Bis ich es wirklich als: ´Was ist denn das?´ wahrgenommen habe, mein Fernglas geholt habe, die Nachbarn angerufen habe, auf den Balkon gegangen bin, hat es sich kaum bewegt."

Meiner Beurteilung nach mal wieder ein Freitagabend-Miniatur-Heißluftballon unterwegs gewesen.

Abmarsch nach Ameria, wo das UFO-Thema wieder anzieht:

Das ´Daily Journal´ ( http://www.dailyjournalonline.com/a... ) aus Montana brachte die Headline "It`s not a UFO - Tiny comet suddenly puffs up bigger than sun; brilliant display visible to naked eye" und schrieb dazu: " That new fuzzy star in the northeast sky is not a UFO, it is Comet 17P/Holmes, making an unusually large and brilliant display. The normally teeny-tiny comet has puffed up to a size greater than the sun and is now a million times brighter than usual... That makes the comet the largest object in our solar system at the moment... The comet is rather faint in city locations now, but is still truly striking in dark country areas. With a small telescope you should be able to see the small tail forming in the lower right region. The solar wind is pushing that cloud of gas and dust around a little bit...."

Nachsatz WW: Bisher ist der Komet Holmes hierzulande in Sachen UFO-Meldung noch nicht auffällig geworden, auch wenn informierte Astronomie-Fans ihn ganz gerne beobachten - mit bloßem Auge ist er jetzt aber nicht mehr ganz einfach aufzufinden und für Otto-Normalverbraucher ohne Astro-Instrument war er auch vorher kein echter Hingucker gewesen. Hier verwenden wir eine Aufnahme aus der späten Sonntagnacht, die Steffen Fritsche aus Hof mit einer Digikamera EOS 350d bei ISO800 und 6s mit einem einfachen Zoom von Sigma bei 200mm Brennweite anfertigte.

"Kucinich is not the only one seeing close encounters" war die Headline auf der Seite 1 der ´Summit Daily News´ ( http://www.summitdaily.com/article/... ) aus Colorado und wir lasen weiter:

>Unidentified Flying Objects have been in the news lately. It came up during a recent Democratic presidential debate. Apparently, Congressman Dennis Kucinich, D-Ohio, had previously stated publicly that he had personally seen a UFO. When he was asked about it, he admitted to making the statement and having seen a UFO. Three cheers for the congressman for his courage and honesty. No cheers for the press who made a major joke out of his statement. That was followed this past week by a national conference in Washington D.C. of a group of very credible people relating their experiences having seen UFOs during their careers. The participants were from seven countries and the United States. One was a former Governor of Arizona. Another witness was a former four-star general from Belgium. A lot of airline pilots came forward to share what they had seen.

Transcripts of astronauts talking about seeing UFOs in space were read. When I was a police agent working in Lakewood, there was a report of a sighting above the power lines on South Table Top Mountain near Golden. The witnesses said that the saucer like craft hovered above the power lines for about five minutes and then lifted straight up into the sky. In Summit County in the early 1980s, we had a report of an aircraft hovering above the Dillon Reservoir. It was black and had red, blue, yellow and green lights. It did not make any sound.

When it left it shot straight up into the sky out of sight. A couple of days later we had the same report of something above the landfill near Keystone. Some campers were disturbed while sleeping and they woke up to see this "ship" above the landfill. The classic local event actually made the front page of the ´National Enquirer´. I will not use the real names because one of the witnesses still works and lives in Summit County. I was living on Straight Creek Drive in Dillon Valley. The Sheriff at the time lived on Straight Creek Drive also, but at the other end. We always left our radios on at home just to monitor what was happening in the county. All of a sudden the communications center broadcast that a strange aircraft had been sighted above Silverthorne and they dispatched one of our deputies. A high ranking elected official at the time also monitored the police radio and started in that direction too. The Sheriff and I decided not to respond. The deputy drove north to about Ute Pass road where they encountered the UFO hovering in the sky. They watched it for a time and it left and they went back home.

The ´National Enquirer´ picked up the story and ran it the next week with a photo of the deputy in uniform pointing to the sky. The Sheriff and I to this day are thankful we did not respond. When I was in the Air Force, there was a major government project tracking sightings of UFOs. It was tagged "Project Blue Book", and I remember reading many accounts of Air Force pilots and ground personnel seeing UFOs in the air and on the ground. It is reported that there were more than 12,618 UFO reports from 1947 to 1969. Reports indicate that the CIA in 1987 tried to hush up the sighting of a huge lighted ball four times the size of a jumbo jet. Around the same time, the Summit County Communications Center received calls from the Frisco area about a bright object racing down Ten Mile Canyon on I 70 at a high rate of speed. Witnesses in Copper Mountain had the same sighting and reported that it continued up to the top of Vail Pass. Eagle County Dispatch received many calls as the lighted object continued west. The last reports of sightings came from Glenwood Springs. Talk about being bipartisan, it has been reported that Ronald Reagan and Jimmy Carter both have seen UFOs. The strangest story that I remember was when a man was kidnapped in the winter by a group of men dressed in full white uniforms and then was tied up and hung from a tree in Monte Cristo Gulch south of Breckenridge.

That may or may not be a UFO story, but it certainly happened and was strange. The victim could not have tied himself up and then hung himself from a tree. He was not harmed and was rescued by a local resident passing by his location. We always knew that Army Rangers sometimes did night training in the snow in Summit County, so that might account for the men in white uniforms. Of course, the Army denied having anyone in the area. Another Army tie in. The Army High Altitude Helicopter training center is at Eagle County Airport in Gypsum. They fly over Summit County all the time. The only problem with that is I have never heard a quiet helicopter. Maybe I witnessed some of this stuff. Maybe not. My lips are sealed. I might want to run for president someday.<

"Let´s get to the bottom of this UFO thing" war die Headline in der ´Charleston Daily Mail´ ( http://www.dailymail.com/story/Opin... ) aus West-Virginia . Sie schrieb:

>In the early winter of 1967, when Point Pleasant was abuzz with stories of Mothman, I was covering UFO sightings in the same general area. What has been overlooked in the story of Mothman is the associated scores of UFO sightings along the Ohio and Kanawha rivers during the same approximate time folks were reporting they saw a strange creature in and around Point Pleasant. They called the newsroom at ´The Herald-Dispatch´ in Huntington and usually began the conversation with "Listen, I know you´ll think I´m crazy, but I´m not. I´m a good Christian and I don´t lie. . ." Then they´d go on to describe lights they saw in the sky. Some described objects that were triangular in shape and didn´t move like an airplane. They would hover, sometimes for minutes, and then they´d take off at speeds no known aircraft could achieve.

They were UFOs. And that was the topic of a conference last week at which panelists from seven countries, including former pilots and government officials, called on the U.S. government to re-open an investigation into UFOs in light of continuing reports about flying disks, glowing spheres and other strange sightings. Democratic presidential hopeful Dennis Kucinich was the butt of jokes recently when he said he had seen a UFO. That´s perhaps one reason why not too many people admit it when they see something unexplained in the sky. They forget that former President Ronald Reagan and former President Jimmy Carter are among those who have admitted they have seen unexplained objects in the sky. And former Arizona Gov. Fife Symington was among hundreds who saw huge lights cross the sky near Phoenix in 1997.

Let´s face it. Most of these UFOs can be explained. But as one of the panelists at the conference said, about 5 percent of them can´t be explained... I´ve never seen a UFO, but that doesn´t stop me from believing the government needs to re-invigorate its investigations into what normal, right-thinking people see every day in the skies around the world. To simply ridicule those who see these strange lights and craft does nothing but increase the public´s angst level. For the sake of all those people in Point Pleasant and vicinity who saw that rash of strange lights in the sky 40 years ago, and for the sake of everyone else who has seen a UFO, it´s time for the government to either come clean or look into what has become an almost common phenomenon.<

Wie Sie sehen wird ´UFO-patriotisch´ gearbeitet, um "uns auf die große amerikanische UFO-Kultur zu besinnen". Ich sehe dies als Stimmungsmache an. Und so ist es nicht verwunderlich, wenn auch unter http://www.canada.com/topics/news/s... eine solche Meldung zustande kommt: "The public debate about UFOs takes off again".

Unter der Headline "UFO Museum Draws Thousands Of Alien Buffs" verbreitete die türkische Nachrichtenagentur ´Anatolia News Agency´: >Close to 25,000 people intrigued by Unidentified Flying Objects (UFO), aliens and other extraterrestrial beings have satisfied their curiosity at the UFO museum in the Aegean city of Denizli since it opened in 2005. The museum was established in Istanbul in 2002 and opened in Denizli im 2005....< Und so schauts dort aus: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y-U2...

In Thailand fand man die Leiche eines "Aliens", der in Wirklichkeit eine Sau war - siehe http://forgetomori.com/2007/criptoz... mit einem erklärenden Fotobericht. Sachen gibts, die gibts gar nicht. Heinz Rühmann hätte dazu gesagt: "Hübsch hässlich..."

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