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Russian Security Analysts are reported to be joining Japan’s concerns over a series of ‘mysterious’ events occurring in space which, perhaps, suggests that the planet Mars is being ‘targeted’ by an ‘unknown’ alien spacecraft that has been transiting through our Solar System ‘disguised’ as a comet.
According to these reports, Japan's Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) has become increasing alarmed over the latest series of photographs beamed back to them from their lunar explorer KAGUYA, and which purportedly have shown a series of ‘missile-like’ launches from our moons dark side and are on a trajectory towards the planet Mars.
So concerned have top Japanese politicians privy to this information become that they have broken the decades old International taboo against World governments mentioning UFO’s to the public with Japan's chief cabinet secretary, Nobutaka Machimura, stating that “UFO’s do exist”, during a news conference this past week.
Secretary Machimura’s surprising admission where then followed by those of Japan’s Defense Minister, Shigeru Ishiba, voicing his fears that his Self-Defense Forces could not respond to an attack by space aliens while adhering to limits on military action under his country's war-renouncing Constitution.
Originally posted by Terrapop
Japan’s Defense Minister, Shigeru Ishiba, voicing his fears that his Self-Defense Forces could not respond to an attack by space aliens while adhering to limits on military action under his country's war-renouncing Constitution.
Originally posted by DaleGribble
im not to sure about the relyablity of this source. maybe if it could be found in a more main stream source i might by it. i think if some thing like this were true it would have made it to some major news network by now.
Originally posted by firegoggles
You do realize that Mars is a fer piece down the road from the moon!
And to assume that it's headed for Mars is almost like me throwing a baseball at a star near the moon from earth and say you were pretty sure the ball i threw was heading towards the moon.
It is the interplay between believers and disbelievers which gives
Thompson's history its "mythic" proportions. Referencing the work
of Carl Jung and anthropologist Paul Radin, Thompson points out
that the Trickster "makes his presence felt in phenomena ranging
from frustrating `accidents of fate,' to `the malicious tricks
played by the poltergeist' to the uneasy coexistence of angelic and
demonic potentials within both individual and collective
unconsciousness." With Trickster, Thompson describes UFOs in terms
of other, perhaps more well-known, mythical figures such as Hermes,
Dionysus and Proteus. Proteus, like Trickster, wraps himself in
ambiguity, and UFOs are nothing if not ambiguous.
This apparent ability of UFOs to change their form in order to
satisfy public expectations has been discussed elsewhere. Robert
Sheaffer, in his book The UFO Verdict, calls UFOs a "jealous
phenomenon" because this variable aspect serves to prevent
researchers from gaining any significant knowledge of them.
Sheaffer builds on this interpretation, noting that no legitimate
phenomenon exhibits this jealous nature. Jacques Vallee uses
this characteristic to theorize that UFOs are some sort of (sic)
interdimensional beings, whereas Carl Jung postulated this
variability is a manifestation of the collective unconscious.