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Video of a UFO Over Beach, South Africa 2003

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posted on Aug, 30 2009 @ 05:31 PM
Sorry if this has already got at hread on it I have done a search nothing came up.
No other details on this video accept

Strange UFO seen over Cape of Good Hope, South Africa on September 19, 2003.

I am sure its cgi but well worth a look.Anyway you be the judge.BTW I thought at first that the ufo disappears at the end but if you watch closely it flies off very quickly to the right.

[edit on 30-8-2009 by tarifa37]

posted on Aug, 30 2009 @ 06:41 PM
Oh please. Gimme a break. Blatant fake, and you should trust your gut when it comes to this type of stuff.

Now, the question is, did someone make this for another purpose and some idiot just stole it from the web and used it in a fake UFO video? Happens all the time. Some dude will be doing a school project, or indie movie and find some of his work has been pirated and posted on UFO forums.

posted on Aug, 30 2009 @ 07:43 PM
Looks like an old saucer version.
Sort of stuck over the water.
A good ground to ionosphere induction current is best for operation.
See Tesla and his one way ac currents as he explains it.
Then follow the rest of his story.
It definitely comes out saucer.
The Illuminati live in South Africa along with their saucer pilots.

posted on Aug, 31 2009 @ 02:23 AM
This has been around many times before. It was a project for a CG artist.

posted on Aug, 31 2009 @ 04:15 AM
reply to post by Comatose

Thanks for that,I was sure that it must of been discussed before because of its age.I can see a time in the near future were the technology will be so good that the cgi fakes will be near impossible to debunk and we will have to go on gut instinct and information such as witwitness's testimonies and multiple videos etc.

posted on Aug, 31 2009 @ 08:46 AM

Originally posted by tarifa37
I can see a time in the near future were the technology will be so good that the cgi fakes will be near impossible to debunk and we will have to go on gut instinct and information such as witwitness's testimonies and multiple videos etc.

Believe me or not, the future you are speaking of is here. Its already very very difficult to differentiate between a CG image and a real one. Most of the fakes get caught only because the artist made obvious mistakes. A sufficiently talented and motivated artist can fool anyone.

Take a test:

Fortunately, there is a natural check on this, a really talented artist worries about his reputation and profession and so does not engage in fakery (mostly). Movies these days include "invisible" CGI, which is so subtle that its impossible to detect.

But there is no need to lose all hope. Tech can cause problems, and tech can solve them. Soon you will see skeptics demanding digitally signed raw images here on ATS. There are cameras used for legal purposes, that sign an image digitally (PKI tech) using their own key, as soon as the picture is taken. There are some other ways of proving authenticity of a digital document. (A picture is an example of digital document).

The days of saying 'camera never lies' have long gone.

posted on Sep, 17 2009 @ 06:37 PM
Must be easy to make fakes like Billy Meier.
Or were they authentic craft.
It doesn't look too different that the Vega saucer which showed
up in Mexico.
So Switzerland, Mexico or South Africa can have saucers.
New Mexico and Washington DC even.

posted on Sep, 17 2009 @ 08:10 PM
Thanks for sharing this Africa, 2003 find OP.
Though the ship looks a wee-bit like one of Billy's pics, who's to say it was not the same EBE race running a similar machine?


posted on Sep, 20 2009 @ 08:04 PM
For some reason, perhaps because of the remote location,
I got reminded of an craft with four landing struts that
had men on top waving to natives.

Google: father gill papua new guinea

The first link:

As indicated by his notes, Gill saw a bright white light in the north western sky. It appeared to be approaching the mission and hovering about 100 metres up.

More evidence of a beam in the direction of travel, not a headlight
but part of drawing in ether or air electrical cariers.
In daylight photos the white spot is not a reflection but the indication
of travel and input of electricity from the air.
Wireless power has turned into wireless travel.
The force of voltage upon the air is as evident as lights, light bending
and the hover of a craft.


posted on Sep, 20 2009 @ 08:08 PM
Sorry, I didn't see this thread:
try to take a look H E R E

posted on Sep, 20 2009 @ 08:12 PM
Astounding footage some of the best I've ever seen S&F for you, this is incredible! Disclosure must be at hand!
(just doing my impersonation of the hardcore believe anything that is posted)

posted on Sep, 20 2009 @ 08:19 PM
This has been thoroughly discussed and analyzed and researched here.

Please contribute to that thread. Thank you

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