Asteroid warning: Deep impact predicted for 2069 claims Nostradamus prophecy expert

The will hit Earth in our lifetimes, triggering widespread tsunamis and a firestorm of destruction on a global scale. The asteroid impact was supposedly foretold by the 16th century mystic and French prophet Michele de Nostradame. Michele de Nostredame, or Nostradamus, has been at the heart of conspiracy theories and wild predictions about the future for centuries. Nostradamus’ followers believe the writer correctly predicted, among other things, the 1666 Great Fire of London and the rise of Adolf Hitler to power in 1933.

During his life, Nostradamus wrote cryptic four-lined poems or quatrains, which have inspired generations of .

Mario Reading, author of Nostradamus: The Complete Prophecies for the Future, believes the quatrains hold clues about a future asteroid impact.

In particular, the author cites Nostradamus’ Quatrain 1, 69 as evidence of an impending cataclysm.

The passage, which was originally penned in French, speaks of a great mountain, flooding, war and hunger.

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Asteroid warning: A giant space rock sill supposedly strike the Earth in the year 2069 (Image: GETTY)

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Asteroid warning: A book author thinks Nostradamus predicted an asteroid cataclysm (Image: GETTY)

The quatrain reads: “The great mountain, seven stades around

“After peace, war, hunger, flood

“Will roll far, destroying great swathes of country

“Even antiquities, and mighty foundations.”

According to Mr Reading’s analysis of the enigmatic poem, the mountain in question is a giant asteroid crashing into Earth.

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He wrote: “A state was a unit of measurement equivalent to about 180 meters, so a ‘mountain seven stades around’ would measure 1,260 meters in circumference, or 1380 yards.

Nostradamus would seem to be indicating the year 2069 as a possible strike date

Mario Reading, Nostradamus expert

“One presumes that Nostradamus is talking about an asteroid strike here, for we know that an asteroid of more than one kilometre in circumference, travelling at circa 30 kilometres per second, would have a humungous impact on all terrestrial life, equivalent to maybe 5,000 times the most powerful atomic warhead we possess.”

Interestingly enough, astronomers have just discovered an  at speeds of around 30km per second or more than 67,000mph.

Mr Reading went on to say the asteroid would trigger tsunamis between 984ft and 2,624ft (300m to 800m) above sea level.

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The impact would blot out the skies with ash, dust and smoke for two years.

As a result of the unnatural darkness, global food chains and the breeding cycle would be disrupted.

Mr Reading wrote: “We can predict one such asteroid strike roughly once every 100,000 years, and Nostradamus would seem to be indicating the year 2069 as a possible strike date.”

Thankfully, scientists do not know of any asteroid or comet that currently poses a threat to the safety of the planet.

The European Space Agency (ESA) said: “Today, no known object merit any worry, but many remain undiscovered, so we need to keep searching.”

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Asteroid warning: Nostradamus was a 16th century apothecary, mystic and supposed prophet (Image: GETTY)

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Asteroid warning: Scientists do not expect a dangerous impact anytime soon (Image: GETTY)

And Nostradamus sceptics debunk all claims the French writer had a true gift of foresight.

Brian Dunning, the author of the Skeptoid podcast, attributes all of Nostradamus’ prophecies to the fantasies of those who read them.

He said: “Nostradamus’ writings are exploited in a number of fallacious ways.

“Ambiguous and wrong translations, ‘creative’ interpretations, hoax writings, fictional accounts, and the breaking of non-existent codes within his quatrains all contribute to a vast body of work, all of it wrong, and many times the size of everything Nostradamus ever actually wrote.”

UFO sighting: Conspiracist claims ‘alien structures’ on the Moon – Can you see them?

Highly controversial alien life adherent Scott Waring made the claim about the alien infrastructure on his etdatabase.com blog. Waring examined resurfaced photos from 2005’s Lunar Orbiter Photographic Atlas by Charles Byrne. The book’s CD apparently contains eight photographs shot by 1967, Lunar Orbiter Mission 4, showing white fungus-like structures on the dark side of the Moon.

Waring begins by examining a wide angle shot of the Moon, containing structures he describes as “absolute proof of life on the dark side of the Moon.

Absolute proof of life on the dark side of the Moon

Scott Waring

He said: “There is not really a dark side of the Moon, as that is really a myth.

“As you can see, there is actually quite a bit of light.

“What is really interesting about these structures here is how they are throwing shadows.

“If they were not structures and they were this tall, they would not be throwing shadows.

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UFO sighting: (Image: Getty/Charles Byrne)

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UFO sighting: The images originated from Lunar Orbiter Photographic Atlas by Charles Byrne (Image: Charles Byrne)

Waring proceeds to speculate whether US-based space agency NASA has been involved in an alien conspiracy theory cover-up.

He said: “These structures are dotted along along the darken edge.

“I am not sure why the Moon’s edge is so dark at the edges.

“I am kind of wondering whether NASA deliberately made it darker.”

The extraterrestrial advocate then zooms into the image of the pockmarked orb to get a closer look at the strange shapes.

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And after adding brightness to the image, the shadows left by the baffling bacteria-like structures is all the more apparent.

He said: “They are throwing shadows in both directions.

“Now, if these structures are not real, then why are they throwing shadows?

“A lot of people say here structures are artefacts from the photographic process.

“But, honestly these are original photos from the dark side of the Moon.

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Conspiracy claim: The Moon photographed following trans-Earth injection during NASA’s Apollo 10 mission, May 1969 (Image: NASA)

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Conspiracy claim: The beautiful image was shot by the Apollo 11 in July 20, 1999 (Image: Getty)

“So why have areas been black-out at the top of the image?

“Why would NASA black some areas out, but not the strange fungus structures?

The puzzling photo is next made darker in an attempt to bring-out the 3D-ness of the supposed alien structures.

Waring bizarrely added: “These structures are not actually on the surface, but are above the surface.

The emergence of the suspect photos immediately led scores of people to comment via YouTube.

YouTube user K Bell wrote: “They look like the spoil/slag from a mining/tunnelling procedure to me.

While Bhami pedantically corrects Waring’s use of lunar terminology, writing: “Please stop saying ‘dark’ side of the moon.

“You mean FAR side. All points on the moon get approx. 14 earth days of sunlight followed by approx. 14 earth days of night.”

Life after death: Scientist delivers shock verdict on afterlife – ‘Need to investigate!’

Michael Tooley is an American professor of philosophy at the University of Colorado, US, and a reluctant atheist. Dr Tooley appeared on Amazon Prime’s “Closer To Truth” series, where he was questioned by presenter Robert Lawrence Kuhn on his views surrounding life after death. He detailed how he hoped the afterlife was possible, but claimed the evidence he has seen thus far hindered his optimism.

Speaking in 2014, he said: “Well, first of all, I share your hope, in fact, I’d like to live forever.

“But unfortunately it’s unlikely any such scenario is the case.

“I think there are two main reasons people have for thinking there is an afterlife.

“One is they think the mind, so to speak, is an immaterial thing, right?

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“So they think it’s the sort of thing that won’t be harmed when the body gets destroyed.

“But, on the other hand, I think there’s good reason for thinking immaterial minds don’t exist, based on the effects of brain damage, drugs and so on.”

Dr Tooley went on to tackle the religious argument, detailing the points often raised by people of faith.

He added: “The other main reason people believe in an afterlife is they think there is a being who’s very powerful, very knowledgeable – God, who’s going to insure that we live on forever.

“Even if we don’t have a soul, he’s going to be sort of collecting parts of our body and resurrect us, okay.

“The problem there is that I think that things like the argument from evil is a good reasons for thinking there is no such being.

“I think there are excellent reasons for believing that humans in general were not specially created, that we have evolved.”

Dr Tooley called for more research to be dedicated to proving his view, while claiming that opposition views have already been quashed.

He concluded: “So I think when you look at lower animals, and the evolution of lower animals up to human beings, I don’t think there’s good reason for thinking that we’re going to differ in some sot of striking way from them.

“I think it needs to be carefully investigated, but if you look at spiritualism there is an enormous amount of fraud.

“These cases that have been investigated just don’t stand up to examination.”

Sean Carroll, a cosmologist and physics professor at the California Institute of Technology, claimed to have put the debate to bed after extensively studying the laws of physics.

UFO sighting: ‘Alien face’ on Moon sparks bizarre claims aliens exist – ‘100% proof’

Self-proclaimed alien life analyst Scott Waring made the bizarrely claims about the “alien artwork” on his etdatabase.com blog. He said: “In Jenner crater I have found something really extraordinary: an alien face in the middle of a crater. “These faces are designed to be visible only from long distances.

“The more onlookers zoom-in on the image, the more blurred the alien face gets.

The face is 100 percent proof that aliens exist and they are leaving signs across the universe for us to find

Scott Waring

“That is kind of the way aliens create their art.

“They don’t always build their artworks for humans to find.

“If you want to see these alien artefacts, you are going to have to search for them.

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UFO sighting: A conspiracy theorist has claimed of spotting alien artwork on the Moon (Image: Getty/ NASA)

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UFO sighting: The “face on Mars” is the most iconic mistaken sign of life ever touted (Image: NASA)

“This example is one of the more common ones that was not to be hidden.”

Waring proceeds to examine the bizarre shape sitting in the Moon crater’s centre with sophisticated photo editing software.

And he uses the tech to wildly speculate that NASA is doctoring evidence of extraterrestrial art.

He said: “If you look at some of the newer photos, you will probably not see anything there.”

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The alien life conspiracy theorist then illustrates the ease of editing-out anomalies in post production.

He added: “Now, it took me all of three seconds to do that.

“How much would NASA take to do that? Probably $1million or a $1trillion to do that.

“It is only the faked photo that NASA is going to show everyone.”

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UFO sighting: NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter continues to monitor the Moon (Image: NASA)

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Waring also added contrast to the image in order for the “face” to become clearer.

He conjectured two reasons for creating this face.

He said: “You can see the chin, the cheeks, the nose and the forehead.

“The forehead has a little bit of a longer back, but it closely resembles the face of a human male.

“But what kind of species of male? Is it reptilian, plant-based or even carbon based?

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“We really don’t know what is going on with these aliens.

“It is just extraordinary as these aliens put these faces in different places for two reasons: to mark their territory and to get create a lot of emotion they are not allowed to express.

“If you are an advanced species, you are probably looked down upon if you break down in tears – and they probably don’t have therapy.

“They probably have to create some art somewhere and have it hidden on some moon or asteroid, because it releases those feelings.”

The Moon’s Jenner crater is huge, spanning 4.6miles (7.4km) in diameter.

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UFO sighting: An oblique view of Jenner crater from Apollo 8 (Image: NASA)

That means the supposed “face” – which is certainly just a pile of Moon rock – itself is also huge, at 82,021ft (25,000m).

The source of the photograph is reportedly from the Lunar Orbiter Photographic Atlas.

The highly-dubious find quickly attracted scores of YouTube comments.

YouTube user SelectCircleLooks wrote: “Looks like a bald Trotsky.”

While Brett Cowen appears to believe in Waring’s unsubstantiated NASA conspiracy theory, writing: “With all the evidence of UFOs these days … so the question is why are they covering it up?”

How Albert Einstein miracle theory received shock blow from atheist academic

Mr Hitchens was an English-American academic, who was the author and editor of more than 30 books. A lifelong atheist, Mr Hitchens became a controversial figure for his confrontational style of debate against people of faith.Before his death in 2011, he argued in favour of free expression and scientific discovery while regularly speaking out against religion. 

In 2007, Mr Hitchens featured in a two-hour special alongside Richard Dawkins, Daniel Dennett and Sam Harris, in the now-infamous ‘Four Horsemen’ debate.

The group discussed the ideas of miracles detailed in the Bible and how some religious academics claim the most famous scientist of all time is on record supporting them.

Einstein is quoted as once saying: “There are only two ways to live your life.

“One is as though nothing is a miracle. 

“The other is as though everything is a miracle.”

Many Christians have used this quote over the years in support of stories in the Bible, but Mr Hitchens was not in agreement.

He said: “It’s one of the things that completely convicts religion of being fraudulent, the belief in the miraculous.

“The same people will say: ‘Well Einstein felt a spiritual force in the universe when he said it.’

“The whole point of that is there are no miracles, there are no changes in the natural order.

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“They see the confidence tricks in other people’s faith and they see it rather readily.

“Every Christian knows the Koran can’t be the perfect word of the creative of the universe.

“But you can point out also that whatever people are experiencing in church and in prayer, the fact that Buddhists and Hindus and Muslims and Christians are all experiencing it proves that it cannot be a matter of divinity.”

In the Bible, the miracles of Jesus are supernatural deeds that include faith healings, exorcism, resurrection, control over nature and forgiveness of sins.

In the Gospels of Mark, Matthew and Luke, Jesus refuses to give a miraculous sign to prove his authority.

However, in the Gospel of John, Jesus is said to have performed seven miracles from changing water into wine to raising Lazarus from the dead.

For many Christians these are seen as actual events, but others, including many liberal Christians, consider the stories to be figurative.

Friday 13th superstitions: What is the origin of Friday 13th? Why is it unlucky?

Friday 13th falls again this week, a portentous period commonly associated with bad luck. Two Friday 13ths arrive this year: September 13 presents the first one, while the second arrives on December 13. Some people continue to be nervous on this day – but why?

The superstition surrounding Friday 13th is believed to originate with the Last Supper.

The Last Supper was attended by Jesus Christ and his 12 disciples – making 13 people – on Maundy Thursday, the night before his crucifixion by Roman soldiers on Good Friday.

The number 13 is therefore associated with Christ’s betrayer Judas Iscariot and is consequently considered as imperfect compared with 12, representing the annual number of months.

The union of day and date has also been traced back to France’s King Philip IV, who arrested hundreds of Knights Templar on Friday, October 13, 1307.

Following orders from Pope Clement V, the Catholic crusaders were captured.

The Catholic Church alleged new recruits to the order were being forced to spit on the cross, deny Christ and engage in homosexual acts during initiation ceremonies.

The baseless claims are now considered to provide a convenient context for Philip to persecute the wealthy and waive debts he owed them following years of war with England.

The knights were charged with corruption and worshipping false idols, following confessions obtained under torture.

Many of the knights were later burnt at the stake in the French capital Paris.

The order’s Grand Master, Jacques de Molay, faced the flames in front of Notre Dame Cathedral and is said to have cried out a curse on those who had so gravely wronged them.

He is claimed to have said: “God knows who is wrong and has sinned. Soon a calamity will occur to those who have condemned us to death.”

According to tradition, the events initiated by the holy warriors’ arrest ensured each subsequent Friday 13th resulted in universal bad luck.

9/11: Why did pilots fail to trigger basic hijack defence procedure? ‘Takes two seconds!’

The tragic events of the morning of September 11, 2001, saw the coordination of four terrorist attacks by the Islamic terrorist group al-Qaeda, masterminded by Osama bin Laden. Just shy of 3,000 people lost their lives in the cowardly act and 6,000 more were injured, when two planes crashed into the World Trade Centre, another into the Pentagon and a fourth into a field in Virginia. In late 2003, the National Commission on Terror Attacks Upon the US was formed and chaired by Thomas Kean and Lee Hamilton to provide a thorough account of the circumstances surrounding the attacks.

On July 22, 2004, the 9/11 Commission Report was issued, revealing that the attacks were carried out by members of al-Qaeda, and examining how security, intelligence agencies and flight polices were inadequately prepared to prevent the attack.

Part of the report reads: “The FAA and NORAD (North American Aerospace Defence Command) had developed protocols for working together in the event of a hijacking.

“As they existed on 9/11, the protocols for the FAA to obtain military assistance from NORAD required multiple levels of notification and approval at the highest levels of government.

“FAA guidance to controllers on hijack procedures assumed that the aircraft pilot would notify the controller via radio or by ‘squawking’ a transponder code of ‘7500’ – the universal code for a hijack in progress.

“Controllers would notify their supervisors, who, in turn, would inform management all the way up to FAA headquarters in Washington.”

However, the report goes on to reveal why these steps were not taken.

It added: “The protocols in place on 9/11 for the FAA and NORAD to respond to a hijacking presumed the hijacked aircraft would be readily identifiable and would not attempt to disappear.”

On board all four planes, the hijackers immediately switched off the transponders and changed their controls upon seizing power.

This move made the plane essentially “disappear,” making it very hard to be tracked.

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“This begs the question of why the pilots had not punched in the hijack code of 7500, also known as Squawking, if things were happening on the plane before the hijackers gained entry to the cockpit.”

Mr Icke believes the pilots should have reacted quicker to the situation, and raised the alarms using their training.

He added: “The action takes two seconds and this would have alerted air traffic controllers to what was going on, but none of the pilots initiated this absolutely basic hijack procedure.

“Sweeney first spoke with Evelyn Nunez, a passenger service agent from American Airlines, then to staff assistant James Sayer before the most published of her conversations with Michael Woodward. 

“An FBI media report said the men were storming around the front of the plane even as Sweeney was relating to Woodward details about the hijackers

UFO sighting: ‘Flying saucer’ found buried underground stuns Russian coal miners

Russian state media claim the mysterious UFO-shaped object was discovered in a coal mine in Belovo District, Kemerovo. Russia Today reported the UFO as measuring 3.9ft (1.2m) across and weighing approximately 200kg. The outlandish claims were accompanied with a brief interview with an unmanned man who claimed to have helped discover the UFO.

He said: “The excavator driver told me that he had found an unusual object on the coal face.

I believe what they have found is a UFO drone ship

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“I arrive at the coal-basin and saw this thing. At first, I thought it is a shield.

“But we put it on its edge and I saw that it looks like a UFO.

“I believe this find maybe some kind of object for throwing.

“It is possible if the ancients were bigger than us they might have used this disk for throwing.

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UFO sighting: Russia Today reported the UFO as measuring 3.9ft (1.2m) across (Image: Russia Today/Getty)

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UFO sighting: The overwhelming majority of UFO sightings are obvious fakes (Image: Getty)

“Or it could be some kind of miniature copy, that is, if people saw in the sky objects like this they may have made a copy of this UFO.”

Alien life advocate Scott Waring is among the minority believing the miniature disk-shaped object really could be a UFO.

He took to his etdatabase.com blog to speculate about the odd object, writing: “I believe what they have found is a UFO drone ship.

“These smaller drones are used as scouts for keeping larger ships safe.

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“Often a UFO will have these small scouts or even smaller baseball size orbs rotating around the UFO-like a protective shield.

“Many such UFO disks have been found around the world, always heavy and appear to be made of stone.

“However I do not believe it really is stone, but a condensed nanorobotis micro material that strengthens the UFO-like stone, but actually is a complex network.

“I believe if we looked at its material under an electron microscope, we would find evidence of micro alien tech.”

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UFO sighting: This UFO was reportedly spotted near Holloman Air Development Center in New Mexico (Image: Getty)

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UFO sighting: The bizarre find supposedly occurred in a coal mine in Belovo District, Kemerovo (Image: Google)

The RT interview has garnered scores of comments since it was first uploaded to YouTube more than four years ago, with the majority ridiculing the supposed “alien UFO” find.

The disk’s scale made Donny Maddocks less than convinced by the bizarre find, commenting: “What is this? A UFO for ANTS?”

And YouTube user Boda’safa’ Hau’Alii’ appeared to agree, simply commenting: “Hubcap filled with ash.”

However, Nickael7 appeared more certain about the UFO’s providence, commenting: “Let’s open it and reverse-engineer it! Russia will have a sixth-generation fighting aircraft.

UFO sighting: ‘Flying saucer’ found buried underground stuns Russian coal miners

Russian state media claim the mysterious UFO-shaped object was discovered in a coal mine in Belovo District, Kemerovo. Russia Today reported the UFO as measuring 3.9ft (1.2m) across and weighing approximately 200kg. The outlandish claims were accompanied with a brief interview with an unmanned man who claimed to have helped discover the UFO.

He said: “The excavator driver told me that he had found an unusual object on the coal face.

I believe what they have found is a UFO drone ship

Scott Waring

“I arrive at the coal-basin and saw this thing. At first, I thought it is a shield.

“But we put it on its edge and I saw that it looks like a UFO.

“I believe this find maybe some kind of object for throwing.

“It is possible if the ancients were bigger than us they might have used this disk for throwing.

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UFO sighting: Russia Today reported the UFO as measuring 3.9ft (1.2m) across (Image: Russia Today/Getty)

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UFO sighting: The overwhelming majority of UFO sightings are obvious fakes (Image: Getty)

“Or it could be some kind of miniature copy, that is, if people saw in the sky objects like this they may have made a copy of this UFO.”

Alien life advocate Scott Waring is among the minority believing the miniature disk-shaped object really could be a UFO.

He took to his etdatabase.com blog to speculate about the odd object, writing: “I believe what they have found is a UFO drone ship.

“These smaller drones are used as scouts for keeping larger ships safe.

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“Often a UFO will have these small scouts or even smaller baseball size orbs rotating around the UFO-like a protective shield.

“Many such UFO disks have been found around the world, always heavy and appear to be made of stone.

“However I do not believe it really is stone, but a condensed nanorobotis micro material that strengthens the UFO-like stone, but actually is a complex network.

“I believe if we looked at its material under an electron microscope, we would find evidence of micro alien tech.”

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UFO sighting: This UFO was reportedly spotted near Holloman Air Development Center in New Mexico (Image: Getty)

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UFO sighting: The bizarre find supposedly occurred in a coal mine in Belovo District, Kemerovo (Image: Google)

The RT interview has garnered scores of comments since it was first uploaded to YouTube more than four years ago, with the majority ridiculing the supposed “alien UFO” find.

The disk’s scale made Donny Maddocks less than convinced by the bizarre find, commenting: “What is this? A UFO for ANTS?”

And YouTube user Boda’safa’ Hau’Alii’ appeared to agree, simply commenting: “Hubcap filled with ash.”

However, Nickael7 appeared more certain about the UFO’s providence, commenting: “Let’s open it and reverse-engineer it! Russia will have a sixth-generation fighting aircraft.

Does this prove alien contact? Mysterious UFO above secret US military base sparks frenzy

Conspiracy theorists believe they have found the clearest evidence yet of alien contact. Alarming photographs and multiple eyewitnesses spotted a bizarre aircraft close to a top-secret US military base. Multiple eyewitnesses spotted the aircraft as it flew above the Portland Air National Guard Base (PANG).

The “triangular ship” near the PANG base in Oregon has raised suspicions of a bizarre US military test.

Conspiracy theories suggest the aircraft could be a super-secret stealth spy airplane, while others point to “reverse-engineering” linked to alien contact.

Blake and Brett Cousins of thirdphaseofmoon, who posted the pictures in a clip  this week, cited “multiple accounts” from a number of onlookers in the area.

They said: “We recieved multiple eyewitnesses from residents in the area.”

They continued: “You can rule out any photoshop because these new, crystal-clear photographs show the sharp edges and the motion involved.

“I mean, look at the inner chamber inside this craft. This area has been known as a hotspot for strange sky sightings. Could this be proof of reverse engineering?”

Images and eyewitness accounts of the flying aircraft have been linked to the infamous TR-3B.

The alleged TR-3B Black Manta is an aircraft that is thought to have been developed for the US Air Force as part of a secret black project.

Many have long speculated that the supersonic stealth plane, with a recognisable triangular design, was used during the Gulf War.

Dozens of UFO fans applauded the footage, bringing up the military base in the vicinity.

One even suggested that it could be a new stealth drone, the XQ-58A.

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