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Friday, 8 February 2019

UFO. Celebrity sightings


Celebrities and superstars are under constant scrutiny often people hang on their every word following what they say closely so what about when the stars gaze upon the stars and see something strange?
Many celebrities tell of how they have witnessed UFPs and some even speak of having face-to-face encounters with extraterrestrials.
These events have lead some celebrities to turn their experience into personal obsession.
The obsession seeing them use their fame in an attempt to get to the bottom of the UFO story.
Let’s take a look at just a few of these famous witnesses and ask if they are a help or a hindrance to research in ufology


The first star we will take a look a look at is known for his no nonsense attitude and playing characters that strong and violent.
We are talking about the gladiator himself Russell Crowe.
Crowe shared his UFO experience telling press about a strange incident which took place outside of his Sydney office.
Crowe had rigged up a camera hoping to capture footage of a group of fruit bats he had spotted at the Botanical Gardens across from the office.
When viewing his film he got a big surprise Instead of fruit bats, the video revealed a strange glowing object in the sky something that the actor said resembled a glowing yacht floating in the sky.
This accidental capture leads me to think that he telling the truth after all he wanted to film bats not alien space craft!
The next celeb is from the opposite side of the world known for his showman ship and love of football this pop star now has a passion for all things UFO.
Robbie Williams
The British pop star claims to have had multiple encounters with UFOs these experiences going right back to his childhood.
A truly amazing, if true, claim is that while he was listening to his song "Arizona," which is about aliens, a ball of light appeared to him.
Robbie said "I stood on the balcony and there was this big ball of gold light that turned up - we thought it was Venus or Mars or something. Then the song stops playing and it disappears. But then we put Arizona on again and the ball turned back up. It happened four times."
Could the singer really have been seeing something other worldly or was there something else going at the time which could have had him seeing vision?
I will let you decide.
Another British singer from the band The Happy Mondays has experienced a lot of odd occurrences in his life some of these could be down to the massive amounts of narcotics consumed during his time in the spotlight, Shaun Ryder.
Ryder says he saw a UFO in the late '70s when he was only 15 years old long before his hedonistic days with the Mondays.
Ryder spoke about being buzzed by a UFO saying "At first it was still, and then it went, 'Voooooooom!' And then again: 'Voooooooom!' Classic zig-zag, hovered, then went off at 10,000 miles an hour. Like Star Trek. Boom. Gone. Yeah!"
The incident described in a way only he could.
 The sighting was enough to send Ryder on a lifelong search for the unknown. He often appears on UK television to talk about the phenomena and has hosted a show about UFOs.
Tila Tequila experienced UFO’s with a strange visitation in the night, something you would think the porn star would be used to!
In 2010, Tequila made a Facebook post about being visited by "3 DARK MAN-MADE GREYS" she claimed they were trying to scare her into something.
 (maybe they had caught one of her videos and wanted to show what her what a real probing was)
The Greys are the aliens made famous for being the species of extraterrestrial that crashed at Roswell.
What she meant by manmade is anyone’s guess.  
Now we get two stars whose sightings of UFOs have become a mainstream fonder, often asked about their experiences on talk shows.
The first is Snake Plissken or maybe you know he better as Ego the living planet, the Hollywood legend that is Kurt Russell.
Kurt Russell is convinced that aliens are real after seeing multiple UFOs
In one of his retellings of his sighting he told late-night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel   “I was flying and there were these banks of lights in the shape of a triangle right near the airport,”
“Years later, I come home and Goldie [Hawn] is watching this show on UFOs and the most reported one of all time was this one in Phoenix. I start to see this show and I say, ‘Wait a minute, that’s the night I was landing in Phoenix!’”
Did the man who famously played staunch lawman Wyatt Earp see the Phoenix lights, or is there something else going on?
Before I attempt to answer that lets look at the last big star with links to the UFO phenomena.
The daddy of them all Canadian-American actor, comedian, producer, screenwriter, musician and businessman Dan Ackroyd.
Aykroyd is a well-known name to many people thanks to his appearances in block busters like ghost busters and even played an alien in the film cone heads.
He is also a major proponent and researcher of UFOs and has some truly bizarre stories to tell.
Dan Aykroyd has always been upfront and honest about his intense interest in Ufology, and like Shaun Ryder this goes way back to his childhood.
His interest was ignited after seeing a photo of mysterious lights over Capitol Hill back in 1952, an incident in which fighter planes had been scrambled in an attempt to intercept the fast-moving objects.
When he saw the classic sci-fi film The Day the Earth Stood Still his fascination with the topic only grew.. Aykroyd would have the first of his own many close encounters with UFOs in the mid-1980s in upstate New York, he tells anyone willing to listen of how he woke up in the middle of the night in a panic and told his wife, “They are calling me, I want to go outside.”
Was the actor almost abducted or is there another angle to these stories?
We are after all talking about professional actors, men and women who are paid millions of dollars to pretend to be something they are not.
And they are good at it, who can deny that great actor can suck us into a movie and have us dispelling the truth at least for a couple of hours while a movie plays.
Are these skills being used to hide or divert attention from actual UFO research?
Edward Snowden is the source of this theory, along with the many leaked documents he published was a hand book titled “The Art of Deception: Training for a New Generation of Online Covert Operations.”
Curiously, sandwiched between bunches of other document were three photographs of UFOs.
Not real images but the classic fakes: one was a hub cap, another a bunch of balloons, and one which turned out to be a seagull.
These files also contained details of a real man in black and he was no alien.
 Instead we find an Air Force special investigations officer named Richard Doty, who freely admits to having infiltrated UFO circles.
Doty and his colleagues fed credulous ufologists lies and half-truths, this disinformation was seeded with the men knowing that the fertile imaginations of the ufologist would do the rest.
Spreading the story they wanted told.
These officers then monitored the chatter from the UFO community, this trick alerting the military as to when anyone was getting to close to top-secret technology.
This is where we find the link to the movie industry, the man admits to having had a hand in leaked "classified" documents, such as the "Majestic 12" dossier, But he denies any involvement in the "Project Serpo" papers.
These papers claimed that 12 American military personnel paid a secret visit to an alien planet in the Zeta Reticuli system.
Why is this important?
Because The Serpo scenario, is not unlike the plot of Steven Spielberg's Close Encounters of the Third Kind.
This may suggest that either the forgers lazily copied the movie?
Or that the movie is based on real events and Spielberg was in on the conspiracy?
Depending on which theory you subscribe to, Hollywood's steady stream of sci-fi is either a deliberate exaggeration, designed to make the "truth" look unbelievable or it's a way of psychologically preparing the general public for alien secrets yet to be disclosed.
This brings us back to the celebrities who say they have witnessed UFO and alien activity are they telling the truth or are they acting?
Have they, through their Hollywood connections, become part of this program to shape public opinion?
Did they experiencing a real incident or was it just movie magic?
Let me know your thoughts in the comments below.


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