Originally posted by alienreality
Interesting in many ways.. One thing about this is odd to me.. The fact that these reports, after considering these things as not anything known, they make a point of saying that it doesn't mean the objects are extraterrestrial.. They have no clue what they are, but they conclude that they know what they are not. Not anything identifiable as terrestrial, but afraid to say it is anything alien to earth..
A lot of ATS members are also adamant about declaring that it doesnt mean it's "aliens"
But if it really isn't something from earth, then what else is available to call them?
I may not know what these are from this posting, but I do already know for a fact that there are aliens here in our solar system, but to me, it isn't a big deal.. It was a big deal a long time ago when I first learned they were here from credible relatives of mine.. It is old news to me now.. What is funny though is witnessing people being so afraid of the issue because of the social taboo that has been brainwashed into most everyone. It is beyond rediculous.
Originally posted by Chamberf=6
reply to post by asen_y2k
From those photos it's impossible to tell what is in the picture.
Although India does have a long tradition of describing "ufos". Vimanas.
Vimāna is a word with several meanings ranging from temple or palace to mythological flying machines described in Sanskrit epics. Sanskrit विमान vi-māna ...
Originally posted by CagliostroTheGreat
reply to post by EnigmaPerspective
mythological in the sense that they accurately described the effects of radiation poisoning.
and of course the other myriad of weaponry supposed to have been housed on them.
Originally posted by zilebeliveunknown
Wait, they've already published that story on February 13, 2006. wtf!?
India Today Feb 13,2006
According to media reports A glowing round object making a speedy descent near the West Bengal-Bihar border early on January 26 left pilots of five aircraft baffled, triggering widespread speculation about UFO.