Monday, 16 July 2018 02:48

Mainstream media UFO stories intrigues public

Written by  Neel Roberts
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Staff and residents of the Peter Dawson Lodge of Vulcan check out sun spots as summer rolls in, 1-Norm Baum of Carmangay brings his sun spotter to show the solar flares. Norm and his wife Rose Marie were faithful attendees at the monthly Vulcan astronomy meetings since 2011 which ended a year ago. Staff and residents of the Peter Dawson Lodge of Vulcan check out sun spots as summer rolls in, 1-Norm Baum of Carmangay brings his sun spotter to show the solar flares. Norm and his wife Rose Marie were faithful attendees at the monthly Vulcan astronomy meetings since 2011 which ended a year ago. Neel Roberts

The term “Fake News” has been a meme for the last couple of years but the recent coverage of UFOs by the New York Times, CNN and Fox News are indeed the real deal.


Despite secrecy and reluctance to discuss the subject by government officials, there’s a lot of good, readily available public information to get any enthusiast educated. While the definition of UFO is “Unidentified Flying Object”, it is not necessarily associated with aliens or extra-terrestrial objects.
A recent 2003, 96-minute documentary called “Out of the Blue” gives a great overview of this pneumonia with government involvement. To paraphrase a March 19th, 1999 NASA letter in the movie, it doesn’t deny existence of UFOs but explicitly concludes “No evidence of alien life exists on other planets or that UFOs are related to aliens”. Well, where are they coming from then?
 Recent declassified documents reveal the Canadian government has long been documenting sightings as they skyrocketed 400% between 1966-67. The UFO Files are the highest classified files in the US government; even higher than nuclear weapons, human cloning, etc. Believed to be ranked at “Magistrate Level”, it is at least 21 levels above the President of the US standard clearance (http://majesticdocuments.com). No wonder 50-year FBI director J. Edgar Hoover was denied access in July,1947! While the FBI has extensive files https://vault.fbi.gov/UFO on UFOs it pales in comparison to what’s really behind the curtain. Catherine Austin Fitts https://home.solari.com former assistant secretary at US Department of Housing and Urban Development  and owner of the Solari Report has run several articles indicating over $21 trillion missing from the military budget has been finally pinned down. This explains President Trump’s narrative to disclose decades old hidden advanced technology which rightfully belongs to the people and is the nutshell of UFOs.
Former Liberal Canadian Defense minister from the ‘60s Paul Hellyer http://paulhellyerweb.com has been a long-time advocate to make all files public. At 95 years old, he’s busiest than he’s ever trying to make this happen. These are exciting days we live in!
Sky watch for the next month:  
1. Full Moon with bright Mars-  Friday, July 27th look SE after 22:00 as they stay up all night.
2. Dawn Aldebaran Lunar Occult- Tuesday, July 10thbefore sunrise, look NEE after 3:00 Am and the Moon will rise with the hidden star until it’s revealed before 05:00 AM.
3. Venus and Crescent Moon set- Monday, July 16th look West after sunset as they set into the midnight horizon.
4. Delta Aquarids Meter Shower Peak- Friday Jul 27th look in the constellation Aquarius 1-2 hours before dawn as it expected debris from comet 96P Machholz will fall at a rate of 15-20 per hour. Unfortunately, the full Moon make it hard to enjoy.
Public Events for the next month:
Milky Way Weekend Calgary’s Rothney Observatory near Priddis- Mark down Thursday, August 19thto Saturday 21stfrom 22:00 to 02:00 am. There will be an array of scopes operated by University of Calgary astronomers and members of the RASC Calgary. You will have the opportunity to look through the telescopes, and astronomers will be on hand to answer questions.Come early and parking fills fast. For further information, contact Jennifer Howse at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , (403) 931-2366. Theirwebsite https://www.ucalgary.ca/rao/ updated regularly.
Happy Long Days of Summer and Keep Reaching for the Sky!
Neel Roberts is a member of the Calgary chapter of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada (RASC)-the nation’s leading astronomy club founded in 1849 with over 5,000 members and 29 centers across Canada. Neel welcomes your questions and comments at (403)560-6574, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . The members meet once a month on weekends at Calgary’s Rothney Observatory near Priddis and you can check out times at https://www.ucalgary.ca/rao/calendar. Like them at Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/groups/272037680377/, Twitter https://twitter.com/CalgaryRASC & YouTube https://www.youtube.com/user/RASCCalgary.

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