I was flying over the Alps over Switzerland and I saw this wierd rock formation, but it almost looks like a disc or a cloacked UFO or something.
I think I see some type of Antenna coming out of of its centre, probably a disused space satellite. But what ever I filmed it odd. Has anyone go any
ideas? Was filmed in early 2003.
Crossing away from northen Italy over Switzerland and France I think, what ever route the planes take. You will need to angle Google earth's view and
altitude to probably see it properly. Has to be facing right when observing and going forward away from Italy.
I don't see points of lights unfortunitely? Where exactly and what time exactly for example 30seconds or 1:20? I tried to google earth it but lost
patience with it since the photos get a bit bendy and don't show structures as well as they should.
Exactly. Our military is currently using some weak cloaking devices, if we have clothing and other things that are reflective to the point of making
something near invisible than why wouldn't a culture advanced enough to make the jump across space have better technology in that effect. which begs
the question why do they allow us to see them when they do unless they WANT us to see them?
Two theories, one being they want us people to slowly get used to Alien contact through witness accounts so we reassure our own people with
Two, they think they are invisible and they get a bit too close and arragant with it. Or its not from this dimention and they don't see us either.
I saw the "cloaking" on future weapons. They use fiber optics to project the image behind the "cloaked" object in front. There was an APV in a
field and you could not see it. I heard once, that Star Trek stuff isn't as crazy as it sounds. Makes you wonder what else might be there. I am
quite sure every card is not on the table just yet.
The filtered shots at 2:37 are in fact photo stills of it done on my memory stick through the camera. The points of light round the object or
formations is the only thing I see. I think it could be a rock formation the more I look at it, but its really a weird one that plays tricks on the
eyes. I don't know, leave it down to what people here think.
Interesting video. Do you have any more footage of the mountains before and after this section of film? It might help us to identify its location.
It does look similar to the Eiger Jungfrau mountain/valley area of Switzerland.
If you check the shadows of the ridges off to the left of the anomaly, you can see that sunlight is coming from the "bottom" of the picture. That
would indicate (due to the shadow on the "top" of the anomaly, that is it convex, and not a hollow crater.
The terrain of the area in the film is similar to the area to the southwest of the Matterhorn. I will try to post a picture. Additional footage would
be helpful in order to place this with in the terrain of the Alps.
What if I am the first one to spot it, if its a never before seen crator? What can I get out of it and who do I contact? It could have been hidden
beneth the snowy Swiss Alps for thousands of years and I am the first to discover it. I mean it could also been recovered with snow again and its hard
to find. I have more areal footage if experts want to find the location but I would prefer the glory since I found it, quite bored anyway right now.
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