unidentified flying saucers

MUFON Report: 81684

2017-01-22, Goodyear, AZ, US

My daughter and I were driving at night in the dark when we noticed 4 lights that looked very bright above the distant mountains. Four of them lined up next to one another from right to left. They stayed stationary for a few moments and then 1 would fly swiftly away from the others leaving 3 in a linear horizontal line before it disappeared. It would spontaneously reappear and then fly above the other 3, move left again and then realign with the other 4 leaving 4 brightly shining in the sky. We also saw a distant airplane but it appeared farther away, higher and with blinking lights. The UFOS we saw were solid bright white/yellow and were brilliant against the night sky. They flew fluidly, and would move great lengths across the sky in an instant, disappearing and reappearing. They were much larger than stars in the sky and brighter than the brightest star. We felt excited and in awe, and happy they would reappear so we could get good pictures and videos. Our neighbors also saw them while out driving. We finally left to go home. We have seen them before in a dark night sky over the Estrella mountains to the East. They are common in this part of Goodyear. We see them several times a year. 

Disturbing True Fact:

There is a law in the US (under title 14, Section 1211 of the Code of Federal regulations, implemented on July 16, 1969) which makes it illegal for US citizens to have any contact with extraterrestrials or their vehicles.

Hot Wit: See, Sparky? You’re not alone. Like that hoverboard you always wanted, there is that something in science fiction each of us were obsessed with at one time or another, whether it’s an entity, state, or concept.
Wittersweet: I wanted to be in suspended animation for a couple of centuries so that I could be a futuristic swashbuckler! Well, providing it’s the right future.
Amble Wit: I wanted to be a space ranger so that I could zap bug-eyed aliens while rescuing gorgeous damsels in distress like in those space operas.
Hot Wit: Of course, you know that I’m a sci-fi fool, and I always wanted a space alien to land on our planet so that I could take its flying saucer for a joyride! Heck, I’d just punch the little green bastard and flat out steal it!
Amble Wit: Well, aren’t you a violent delinquent.

1561 celestial phenomenon over Nuremberg

The 1561 celestial phenomenon over Nuremberg was a mass sighting of celestial phenomena or unidentified flying objects (UFO) above Nuremberg, Germany. The phenomenon has been interpreted by some modern UFO enthusiasts as an aerial battle, possibly of extraterrestrial origin.
Around dawn on April 14, 1561, residents of Nuremberg saw what they described as an aerial battle, followed by the appearance of a large black triangular object and then a large crash outside of the city. According to witnesses, there were hundreds of spheres, cylinders and other odd-shaped objects that moved erratically overhead.

A broadsheet news article was printed later that month, describing the event. The broadsheet, illustrated with a woodcut engraving and text by Hans Glaser, measures 26.2 centimetres (10.3 in) by 38.0 centimetres (15.0 in). The document is archived in the prints and drawings collection at the Zentralbibliothek Zürich in Zurich, Switzerland. The broadsheet describes objects of various shapes including crosses, globes, two lunar crescents, a black spear and tubular objects from which several smaller, round objects emerged and darted around the sky at dawn.

UFO in Auckland filmed by security cameras
A mysterious object that 'isn't a drone or plane' has been captured by security cameras at an Auckland couple's Manukau Heads home.

Recent Sighting In New Zealand.


UFO Sighting June 14th, 2015, at around 9:15 p.m, 

A video captured by a man named Tyler Pendleton shows three white orbs flying in a triangular formation in the skies above Rockland, Maine. Pendleton claims that he was standing outside his house when he started to notice the strange objects. He initially thought that they might’ve been planes. But what led him to believe that it is something of bizarre origin is the object/s made no noise. 

Original video here ➡ https://youtu.be/nPUhuDl9HC8

Passport to Magonia: From Folklore to Flying Saucers

It is readily acknowledged that our time has surpassed all epochs in history for the accumulation of technical knowledge, physical power over our environment, and economic might. It is less often pointed out, however, that our age has generated, and continues to generate, mythical material almost unparalleled in quantity and quality in the rich records of human imagination. More precisely, people have very frequently reported the observation of wonderful aerial objects, variously designated as flying saucers, unidentified flying objects (UFOs), and so on; among these narratives descriptions of landings made by these craft are commonplace; and that quite a few accounts purport to inform us of the physical characteristics, the psychological behaviour, and the motivation of their occupants. But investigators have neglected to recognize one important perspective of the phenomenon: the fact that beliefs identical to those held today have recurred throughout recorded history and under forms best adapted to the believer’s country, race, and social regime. If we take a wide sample of this historical material, we find that it is organized around one central theme: visitation by an aerial people from one or more remote, legendary countries. The names and attributes vary, but the main idea clearly does not. Magonia, heaven, hell, Elfland - all such places have in common one characteristic: we are unable to reach them alive, except on very special occasions. Emissaries from these supernatural abodes come to earth, sometimes under human form and sometimes as monsters. They perform wonders. They serve man or fight him. They influence civilizations through mystical revelation. They seduce earth women, and the few heroes who dare seek their friendship find the girls from Elfland endowed with desires that betray a carnal, rather than purely aerial, nature. These matters are the subject of Passport to Magonia, Jacques Vallee’s seminal master-work that changed our understanding of the UFO phenomenon. An instant classic when first published in 1969, the book remains a must-have resource for anybody interested in the topics of UFOs and alien contact, as well as those fascinated by fairy folklore and other paranormal encounters.


Are we modulating the phenomenon with our own consciousness?