5G conspiracy: UFO hunter shares fake news 5G towers ‘killing millions of birds’

“The only two new things going on in the world today that could [affect] birds.

“First COVID-19, if dogs could get it, then some specifies of birds could get it too. but COVID-19 is a coronavirus and it usually focuses on a particular species. So that leaves 5G towers.”

Without offering any actual evidence, he expounds on the so-called theory.

He said: “Did you know that the US DOD (Department of Defense) uses a direct energy weapon that uses similar frequencies in a weapon called the Active Denial System (ADS).

UFO sighting: ‘10km alien base’ discovered on Mercury – ‘Odds of aliens existing are 100%’

However, there is a far more rational explanation for these so-called alien buildings.

The markings are in fact simply odd-shaped craters caused by ancient asteroid strikes.

This is far from the first time Mr Waring has claimed to have uncovered an alien presence on Mercury.

Earlier this month he announced the discovery of a six-mile alien base discovered inside another Mercury crater.

Life after death: Man recounts religious afterlife experience – ‘I saw Jesus’

Alfred’s brush with death occurred after overdosing on narcotics.

The German man shared his apparently “spiritual” experience after consuming his wife’s pain medication on the Near Death Experience Research Foundation site.

He said: “I was dozing off for some time. When suddenly, I was startled because I was literally ejected out of my body.

“I was wide awake and floating above my body.

“It looked so unfamiliar from a bird’s eye view.

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“What I remember next, is looking for my room in the psychiatric ward.”

However, medical experts are totally unconvinced near-death experiences like this are evidence of the afterlife.

One of the most popular theories instead suggests NDEs are hallucinations triggered by dying brain cells during a moment of trauma.

And another theory proposes NDEs are actually hallucinations caused by a lack of oxygen flowing to the brain.

NASA video: Mysterious ‘space orb following’ ISS sends UFO enthusiasts wild

A bizarre UFO sighting from the International Space Station (ISS) has sparked a frenzy online. Cameras onboard the ISS captured a white orb that appears to be moving in the distance. The UFO could be seen for more than forty minutes during the live video – but “strangely, there was no audio chat” during the stream.

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In the footage, the UFO can be seen moving upwards, past the ISS, before suddenly fading away.

The UFO is round and appears to be moving rapidly – approximately 27,000 km per hour according to Scott Waring, from UFO Sightings Daily.

The footage was uploaded by Mr Waring, who said: “The total time was about 40+ min but I sped up the video 4X to save you time.

“Strange that it matches speeds with the ISS. Also, strange there was no audio chat.”

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A bizarre UFO sighting from the International Space Station (ISS) has sparked a frenzy online (Image: NASA IG)

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Viewers of the video remarked that it was “definitely a UFO” (Image: IG)

This raised questions over whether the typical ISS audio over the stream had been removed. 

Mr Waring added: “It seems that aliens are stepping up their activity and sightings for some unknown reason. Something big is coming I bet.”

Viewers of the video remarked that it was “definitely a UFO”.

One person said: “Wow great video Scott. I have a feeling the astronauts onboard the Space Station have gotten use to see these crafts.”

Another noted: “I just can’t believe that the feed wasn’t cut.” 

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A NASA live camera stream on the International Space Station captured a mysterious UFO sighting (Image: IG)

One UFO enthusiast added: “It seems to be following the station whilst maintaining broadly similar position.

“Doesn’t look like a small item, a close up might reveal more detail. No info on how it came into view.”

However, others were more skeptical about the white bright orb, claiming it could have been a meteor or satellite.

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Others were more skeptical about the white bright orb, claiming it could have been a meteor or satellite (Image: IG)

This comes after a similar UFO sighting was recorded by a Russian cosmonaut currently orbiting the Earth aboard the ISS.

In August, Ivan Vagner posted footage of potential UFOs while recording video of the southern lights.

Posting footage of the bizarre lights, he tweeted: “Space guests, or how I filmed the new time-lapse.”

The objects appear as a string of lights arranged in a clear, angled line in the video.

Mr Vagner says he flagged the video which is currently being examined by experts at the Space Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

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“You can hear the man’s effort to hold the camera still and his dismay at what it might be.

“So great that he got the footage that he did.

“It shows the UFOs movement, speed, stopping, colour, and shape.

“The one piece of evidence that confirms it is a intelligently-powered craft is that the wind is blowing in the opposite direction than the UFO.

Life after death: Woman recounts afterlife experience – ’Jesus came to me three times’

She said: “I was aware that my inner power was so superior there, unlike on earth.

“I knew the language I was speaking. I was fluent in it.

“I was aware I was speaking a different language. I felt like a super-being.”

Experts on this experience, however, understand such visions to be a natural phenomenon and not necessarily proof of the afterlife.

Dr Sam Parnia, director of critical care and resuscitation research at NYU Langone School of Medicine, said: “People describe a sensation of a bright, warm, welcoming light that draws people towards it.

UFO sighting: ’50ft alien robot’ spotted in Area 51 Google Maps image – claim

The black construction’s humanoid shape has led self-styled ET expert Scott Waring to claim it is a robot built by aliens.

The exact coordinates of the verified Google Maps photo are 37°13’26.26″N 115°49’2.37”W.

Mr Waring took to his UFO Sightings Daily blog to speculate about the apparent alien anomaly.

He said: “Guess what? When I was searching Google Earth today I came across something that is really strange.

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“I found a 16m dark figure in Area 51 and there seems to be another to the right of it, but shorter.

“When I checked through the past photos of that location, I notice that the figure actually moves onto its side, then changes its poses in each photo. It actually moves.

“Now, perhaps some USAF soldier is playing around for years doing this.

“Or perhaps Area 51 is experimenting with 16m-tall robots that could one day be used in combat missions.

Area 51 is a location frequently associated with alien conspiracy theories.

And this is not the first time Mr Waring has claimed to have discovered evidence of aliens on Area 51.

Only last month the UFO hunter claimed to have uncovered an “underground alien base” at the military compound.

He wrote at the time: “I was using Google Earth map at Area 51, when I came across an underground base.

“This base has three entrances, one large 45ft (18m) by 27ft (9m).

“And two other smaller ones. There are air ventilation pipes coming out of the largest one and two pipes coming out of the top of the hill.”

However, although aliens have clearly not taken-up residence in Area 51, what actually is taking place there is just as interesting.

Peter Merlin, an aerospace historian said: “The forbidden aspect of Area 51 is what makes people want to know what’s there.

“And there sure is still a lot going on there.”

This likely involves designing improved stealth technology, advanced weapons, electronic warfare systems and unmanned aerial vehicles

Life after death: Man recounts experience – ’Years of my life flashed by in a second’

The American man claims to have nearly died following a catastrophic heart failure in 2018.

And although he did not clinically die, he still believes he entered an “unearthly realm”.

Sharing his account with the Near Death Experience Research Foundation (NDERF), he said: “I had an abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA), 10.5 cm long and it ruptured as we headed to surgery.

“A five centimetre AAA has a 95 percent death rate and mine was twice that long.

“I lost eight pints of blood just as they got started operating.

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“In Genesis, God said, ‘Let there be light,’ and in the middle of the darkness, the stones were leading me home.

“My second experience was more dramatic. This time, my life flashed before me.

“Whole years of my life flashed by in a second, but with complete clarity.

“At the end of this experience, I was picked up and held by the most loving presence. Words can’t even describe it.

“I was too awestruck to speak, but I’m sure we talked because I remember being gently released. And then I woke up in ICU.”

However, despite the numerous accounts of near-death experiences, the tales are extremely controversial in scientific circles.

The vast majority of researchers suggest these visions are a normal phenomenon and offer no evidence of an afterlife.

Dr Sam Parnia, director of critical care and resuscitation research at New York’s Langone School of Medicine, said: “People describe a sensation of a bright, warm, welcoming light that draws people towards it.

“They describe a sensation of experiencing their deceased relatives, almost as if they have come to welcome them.

“They often say that they didn’t want to come back in many cases, it is so comfortable and it is like a magnet that draws them that they don’t want to come back.

“A lot of people describe a sensation of separating from themselves and watching doctors and nurses working on them.”

End of the world: Preacher warns Blue Moon ‘omen of prophetic revelation’ will soon appear

The supposed end times sign will arrive in the form of a rare Blue Moon on October 31. And although Blue Moons are a perfectly natural phenomenon, this one will arrive just three days before the US Presidential election. The eerie coincidence has left some US evangelists believing it is a prophetic sign from the heavens.

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In particular, Pastor Paul Begley from West Lafayette in Indiana has stoked end of the world fears, by dubbing the Moon an “omen of prophetic revelation”.

Pastor Begley is the host of The Coming Apocalypse, a weekly show broadcast on some US TV channels.

He also runs a popular YouTube channel where he draws strenuous links between modern-day events and their supposed Biblical analogues.

In a recent video shared with his more than 339,000 subscribers, the preacher warned of what is yet to come this year.

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End of the world: A preacher believes a Halloween Blue Moon is a prophetic omen (Image: GETTY)

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End of the world: Pastor Paul Begley believes we are living in the end times (Image: PAUL BEGLEY)

He said: “God will answer Jerusalem’s cry, there’s no doubt about that.

“The peace deal, the Abraham Accords has been signed, there’s more nations that are jumping in – it’s quite an extraordinary time in Biblical prophecy.

“And also we’re coming up on the elections, the greatest and probably most important election in the history of this nation and will affect the world.

“And I can tell you it’s crazy. We have Halloween coming up that happens to be a Blue Moon, an omen of prophetic revelation.

God will answer Jerusalem’s cry, there’s no doubt about that

Paul Begley, The Coming Apocalypse

“We’re going to wait and see what it is. The Lord, of course, set that in motion.”

But the prophetic doom-mongering does not end there as Pastor Begley believes many more signs will appear before the end of the year.

He said: “There’s a lot going on, and don’t forget December 21, 2020 – don’t worry that it’s my 59th birthday, that’s not what I’m talking about, no, no, no.

“The Mayan elders are saying this could be the end of the world, they think they might have missed it by eight years.

End of the world: Jesus Christ on the cross

End of the world: Do you believe Jesus Christ will soon return to Earth? (Image: GETTY)

End of the world: The Holy Bible

End of the world: The Bible does not say when the world is going to end (Image: GETTY)

“No, no, no. It’s the grand conjunction when Saturn and Jupiter come within 0.01 degree of each other so that it will create the largest star, the brightest star since the birth of Jesus Christ so many years ago.”

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Pastor Begley believes this is the real deal as the planets will not come this close together in our night skies for another 500 years.

The firebrand preacher said: “This is a sign of biblical proportions.

“It is also the Winter Solstice and it’s everything happening.

“The great conjunction of 2020, how important is this day? It’s unbelievably important, I’m going to tell you that right now.”

However, there is no tangible evidence to support claims astronomical phenomena and elections are in any way biblical – both have been happening for thousands of years.

And the is also very clear about this: no one will know when the end times will come.

Jesus Christ said in Matthew 24: “But about that day or hour no one knows, not even the angels in heaven, nor the Son, but only the Father.”

Life after death: Woman ‘plummeted towards Hell’ in NDE ‘Just blackness’ – claim

When many people suffer a near death experience (NDE), they often claim to see bright lights and colourful visions. However, for one person called Linda, she believes she has seen the afterlife, which is “just blackness”. Linda suffered her NDE following a car crash with a drunk driver.

In her brush with death, Linda says she was calm and happy, but in an inescapable void which was pitch black, before plummeting towards Hell.

Writing on the Near Death Experience Research Foundation, Linda said: “There was nothing to see, just blackness.

“I had no idea what was going on, but I had the feeling of moving forward and going somewhere. I was extremely excited and happy. As I moved along, the happiness became intense joy.

“Then it changed. I had reached some sort of barrier and something indicated to me that I had to ‘go back.’

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Life after death: Woman ‘plummeted towards Hell’ in NDE ‘Just blackness’ – claim (Image: GETTY)

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Linda believes she went to Hell (Image: GETTY)

“I have not, to this day, ever experienced such bitter disappointment as I felt when I was ‘told’ to return.

“I did not want to return, but I had the distinct ‘feeling’ of turning around. Returning felt like falling from a great height.

“It was a very uncomfortable feeling. It was as if I were plummeting into the depths of HELL.

“It became terrifying! As I got closer to my destination, I could hear someone screaming.

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“As I fell, the screaming was getting louder and louder until I ‘fell’ into my body” (Image: GETTY)

“As I fell, the screaming was getting louder and louder until I ‘fell’ into my body and realised that I was the one who was screaming.”

Neuroscientist Christof Koch, president and chief scientist of the Allen Institute for Brain Science, believes visions such as Linda’s are relatively normal, and are typically signs the brain is running out of oxygen or scanning itself for survival techniques.

Dr Koch wrote in an article for Scientific American: “I accept the reality of these intensely felt experiences.

“They are as authentic as any other subjective feeling or perception.

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Many people claim to see bright visions (Image: GETTY)

“As a scientist, however, I operate under the hypothesis that all our thoughts, memories, precepts and experiences are an ineluctable consequence of the natural causal powers of our brain rather than of any supernatural ones.

“That premise has served science and its handmaiden, technology, extremely well over the past few centuries.

“Unless there is extraordinary, compelling, objective evidence to the contrary, I see no reason to abandon this assumption.

“Modern death requires irreversible loss of brain function. When the brain is starved of blood flow (ischemia) and oxygen (anoxia), the patient faints in a fraction of a minute and his or her electroencephalogram, or EEG, becomes isoelectric—in other words, flat.

“This implies that large-scale, spatially distributed electrical activity within the cortex, the outermost layer of the brain, has broken down.”