posted on Jun, 19 2011 @ 09:21 PM
reply to post by jimboMakkka82
The Jerusalem video was broken down pretty well by folks on this board, and is generally thought to be a hoax.
Rendlesham is an excellent case. You can tell when a case has legs, when the skeptic reasoning becomes rather ludicrous. You have soldiers which
were based there, probably for a minimum of one year - often tours were 24 or 36 months. They had soldiers on duty every night. There was always
someone on duty, as you could expect being a nuclear facility. The only reasoning given, if they ignore the reports from soldiers who saw it up
close, is that they were seeing a lighthouse in action.
This thing had to be in operation probably every night. They had to have seen it NIGHTLY for weeks and months. But oddly enough, they were unable to
identify it on this night. Even soldiers interviewed after the fact laughed that off, saying "We knew where the lighthouse was.. we saw it all the
time." Which would make sense. They did not see the lighthouse light.. that theory is ridiculous.
And it falls neatly in line with ufos being sighted by nuclear facilities - and in fact, why I think they are here at all. To keep an eye on the
restless natives, as it were, as they are starting to venture out off of their little island, Earth.
Oh.. and in regards to "reading more, the less I believe..."
You need to remember, the majority of sightings are mundane at the end of the day. Combine that with the advent of youtube and photo editing
software, and you have an arena ripe for misinformation and a lot of letdowns... if you let it. This is why I harp that the more pertinent cases
should be studied further. You'll notice here, that the sensationalist stories garner dozens of pages. Cases with solid information can get from 1
to 3 pages. It's kind of sad, honestly. But people here can help but bumping or creating new threads on angles on these existing cases. Those are
what will prove anything.. not an umbrella on a porch that literally got I think over 90 pages of posts.
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