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UFO sighting: Cloaked ‘alien ship’ over Mount Fuji is ‘100% proof’ aliens are here – claim

The or unidentified flying object could be headed towards a secret base below the active volcano, a UFO hunter has claimed. The flying saucer-shaped anomaly was filmed by an eyewitness back in February. At first glance, the footage appears to show a lenticular cloud set aglow by the Sun.


But and UFO aficionado Scott C Waring believes an spaceship is hidden inside of the cloud.

Mr Waring said: "This is some still photography made into a video and its more than breathtaking, it's 100 percent evidence that aliens hide ships inside clouds.

"This particular cloud actually glows from within itself.

"Dark on the top and dark on the bottom, the light emanates through its sides glowing a bright yellow.

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UFO sighting: Lenticular cloud over Mount Fuji

UFO sighting: Could this lenticular cloud be a cloakced alien spaceship over Japan? (Image: しゅみch)

UFO sighting: Lenticular cloud photo in Japan

UFO sighting: Researcher Scott Waring believes this photo confirms the existence of UFOs (Image: しゅみch)

"Although it was recorded back in February, this is one remarkable sighting and extraordinary proof that alien ships form clouds around them."

Mr Waring believes extraterrestrial visitors to Earth use volcanoes as bases.

In this case, he thinks the alien base sits some three to four miles below the surface.

The UFO hunter said: "Today its less easy for them to go unseen, since video recorders, live cams and cell phones exist.

It's 100 percent evidence that aliens hide ships inside clouds

Scott Waring, ET Data Base

"With this technology so common and in the hands of most of the public, it's just a matter of time before the world governments come out and reveal the truth... that aliens exist."

However, according to the UK Met Office, lenticular clouds are perfectly natural and form when the air is stable and wind blows over hills and mountain from the same direction but at different heights.

The phenomenon can give the clouds a flying-saucer-like shape, with multiple curved layers.

This type of cloud is rarely seen in the UK but they form downwind of hills or mountains.


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UFO sighting: Lenticular clouds can often resemble alien flying saucers (Image: GETTY)

UFO sighting: Lenticular clouds over Mount Fuji

UFO sighting: Lenticular clouds are normal and frequently form near Mount Fuji (Image: GETTY)

The Met Office said: "They look a lot like the traditional shape of flying saucers in science fiction, and real lenticular clouds are believed to be one of the most common explanations for UFO sightings across the world."

According to astronomer Deborah Byrd of EarthSky.org, the clouds can appear and disappear and reappear relatively quickly.

She said: "Plus they’re not familiar to people who live in low-lying or flat terrain."

But why would anyone confuse the clouds for alien UFOs?

The most likely cause is pareidolia, which is a trick bizarre tick of the mind and a form of apophenia.

Pareidolia causes people to see shapes and patterns in inanimate objects, such as animals in clouds or faces in car bumpers.

The US space agency NASA said: "Pareidolia is the psychological phenomenon where people see recognizable shapes in clouds, rock formations, or otherwise unrelated objects or data.

"There are many examples of this phenomenon on Earth and in space."

Life after death: Man’s ‘surreal experience’ of leaving world in his ‘spirit body’ exposed

"I could feel everything but had no sensation of pain; it was such as a pleasant feeling but very surreal.

"I wasn't afraid at all and almost didn't want to leave, but I felt like it wasn't my time and wanted to go back to my body."

Dave was eventually revived and awoke to a group of medics standing over him.

The experience, he said, has strengthened his belief life goes on after death.

Most medical experts, however, do not consider NDEs to be genuine instances of a person dying.

Alien on Mars: Conspiracy theorists spot ‘fossilised fish’ on Red Planet

Conspiracy theorists were sent into a frenzy when they believe they spotted a mudskipper fish - an amphibious fish which, as the name suggests, live in bodies of muddy water - on Mars. Not only does this suggest Mars was once inhabited by animals, but also that it contained large bodies of water, according to ET enthusiasts.

Prominent alien hunter Scott C Waring made the bizarre claim on his blog ET Data Base.

He said: "I found this mud skipper fish in one of the Mars Gigapan photos today.

"The mudskipper is a fish that often chooses to live on land, mud, rocks and sand, but when startled it flips in the air and dives into the nearest water area for safety. This looks like an ancient fossil of just such a fish.

"This fossil is absolute proof that large bodies of water did once exist on Mars.

However, sceptics and NASA would say the 'fish' and other similar findings are just the effects of pareidolia – a psychological phenomenon when the brain tricks the eyes into seeing familiar objects or shapes in patterns or textures such as a rock surface.

NASA said: "Pareidolia is the psychological phenomenon where people see recognisable shapes in clouds, rock formations, or otherwise unrelated objects or data.

"There are many examples of this phenomenon on Earth and in space."

Another recent finding which supposedly supports the argument of life on Mars was that of a supposed statue of a Martian god.

The apparent statue is found enclosed between the bottom of two Martian cliffs, with Mr Waring claiming it is made out of copper or a "golden metal".

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Near death experience: ‘I went to a place where I had no body’ Claims of the afterlife

The person who only gives Gary as his name came close to death after suffering from a large Saddle Pulmonary Embolism (blood clot) between the lungs and the heart. During his brush with death, Gary said he was transported to a place where he was no longer in his body.

This place was like outer space but packed with some wild hallucinations. Writing on the Near Death Experience Research Foundation, Gary said: "I went to a place where I had no body and drifted in space above a hard flat surface.

"I was a long way off the ground. I was drifting while being suspended but still wide awake and very aware of my surroundings.

"I was above a sky filled with individually coloured drops like the candy of liquorice or differently coloured candies with chocolate inside.

"There were millions and millions of them coming from the right to the left above me and filling the sky. Actually, they were the sky.

"Although I was far above, I could see each one individually as they were pushed or making their way across the sky. I could have watched them for hours and hours.

"I could move by just thinking about being somewhere different. The chocolate multi-coloured drops were moving to a point in the sky where they were falling down, like a waterfall.

"They were dropping from a long way up as a wall of multicoloured drops falling into into a large gap in the ground below me.

"I moved closer to the edge of the gap and peered over the edge.

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