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Originally posted by avat178
I find it pretty interesting that those symbols are very similiar to the ones on the Rendlesham Forest UFO.
Rendlesham Forest cast Part 1 of 6
[edit on 9-6-2009 by avat178]
Originally posted by tamusan
This thread has me interested, but before I make any comments, I have a question.
Is the drawing depicting the woman who came in the craft? She looks very oriental to me. And what of her black hair in the drawing? They had red to color the ship, so they would have had red to match her hair to the written description.
Originally posted by chunder
An early abduction gone wrong ?
Doesn't explain the red hair though.
Originally posted by tamusan
reply to post by DrainMaster
I'd tend to agree with everything you said, with the exception of your comment on Japanese art. They didn't draw all their people the same. I think if they had red pigment for the womans belt and for the ship, they would have painted the womans hair to match the written description. I am merely pointing out a descrepancy.
Originally posted by LiquidLight
Intriguing... The only thing that makes this unusual as an alien encounter is the fact that the ship was built out of wood and metal. Obviously not strong enough to withstand the forces that UFOs are witnessed to go through. Maybe an early submarine from a lost civilization?
According to the document, this vessel washed ashore at Harashagahama in Hitachi-no-kuni (present-day Ibaraki prefecture). The body of the ship, described as 3.3 meters tall and 5.4 meters wide, had been built from red sandalwood and iron and was fitted with windows of glass or crystal. The mysterious characters of an unknown alphabet were found inscribed inside the vessel. pinktentacle.com...
A pale, redheaded woman was inside the ship, clutching a wooden box close to her. When she spoke, it was in a language that no Japanese person had ever heard before. What language was she speaking? Where did she come from? What was in the box? Nobody knows for sure. What makes things even weirder is that this same woman and craft were reported to have visited many different parts of Japan. People from all over Japan described having seen the exact same woman in the exact same ship, still tightly holding her wooden box
UFO enthusiasts might tell you that this particular story is plausible. The Bermuda Triangle’s sister, the Dragon’s Triangle (also known as the Devil’s Triangle), is a “danger zone” in the sea off the Southern coast of Japan. A large amount of boats have gone missing there along with 800+ people, never to be seen again. Some people believe that both the Bermuda and Dragon’s Triangle are actually where aliens have set up underwater bases (because it’s tough for us to find them there). Boats that make their way into alien territory aren’t guaranteed to make it through. Some would say that the Utsuro bune came from this “Dragon’s Triangle.” Who really knows, though?