posted on Jan, 11 2011 @ 01:08 PM
That missing plate does it for me, I'm all fine with people thinking it's a meteor, but having an extra figure that is a giant flaming chunk of rock
makes less sense than having an extra figure detailing the shape of a craft. I also agree that if William was well-versed in natural things, that
trying to give this "phenomenon" more coverage seems like it was a bit more important than a meteorite that was so small and slow moving that it
didn't cause too much damage. But...if they went to the crash site, you'd think they'd find some of the ship's wreckage and comment on that. So
I'm saying possibly meteorite, possibly alien ship, but certainly, who really needs evidence for alien contact? All of our religious texts tell us
about all the alien contact we need evidence of, I mean, we were created by aliens, so why do we need so much proof that they're still flying around?
It's obvious that aliens exist in our galaxy and it's obvious that many are far more advanced, obvious that many different groups have been involved
with our planet, obvious that they created us and "civilized" us, obvious that they caused the Great Flood, obvious that they built or assisted
build the megalithic structures, obvious that they're still watching us, obvious that the malevolent ones are those above the Illuminati, obvious
that we're heading into a Golden Age where we'll be "godly" like them, and obvious that all those who don't see these things, are just too lazy
to do the research or too in denial of believing a lie for so long and being lied to by their governments and religions.
So flying saucer or not, we're already filled to the brim with hard evidence of alien visitation and manipulation. If you need older evidence, the
cops who met the three Humans and their cigar shaped craft in 1987
should be enough,
the darn aliens admitted to being aliens, asked if the cops wanted to go somewhere it wasn't raining.