posted on Oct, 30 2008 @ 01:10 PM
First howdy to all the people. I've read and disagreed with a lot of stuff
at this forum, but I've also agreed with some.
Doesn't matter really.
this first post is about images I've come to be in possession of.
They were captured while using Google satellite to search for orbs/UFOS
in the sky's of Mexico .
By a one in a million chance I was able to obtain images of a ufo in extreme
close up at full power. I'm 51 years old, and have been looking into this stuff
since I was 7 years old, when 90% of what you could get your hands on was yellow journalism BS. There was a ten year period when I stopped, for
of meaningful info, just before the arrival of the Internet.
With the rise in Mexican activity, I thought it likely to be able to find imagery
in the sky's there, and I wasn't disappointed, and got many many screen captures of orbs, in a lot of areas (Mexico is huge).
But then I came upon something which is one in a million (for lack of more useful description) . I was able to take an avi using the Camstudio
software (free) fo me doing a 4 level zoom in of an orb taking off, in the atmosphere, with relevant backgroud too, and you have to understand
the relevance of this.
I have the avi, it was taken with our (usa) Gov's cameras, and it is not the standard Google Earth type far away images of shapes which are important
evidence themselves, but an extreme close up of this craft, showing it's geometry, and ionized trail as it is ascending into the atmosphere.
I've written Stan Freiidman, Jeff rense and Bruce Maccabee, and in all likelihood, they may think it a hoaz or something.
I was flabbergasted myself. I thought maybe a big (it fills the entire screen at 4th zoom) sructure beside the field but when I looked again, the
zooms show it to be an object in flight, and the zooms show the difference in perspective between background and object, that you would expect.
This is the most detailed image of a ufo I"VE seen in my 40 years+ of looking into the subject.
After some relevant comments and a how to, I will post these images
(Captures from the avi, of the zooms) here.
I stupidly thought that Bookmarking the page I was on would return me there. I was wrong. It only put me to my starting point, a hundred miles above
Mexico, in Google.
I'm EXSTREMELY lucky to have used Camstudio to record this.