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'Window areas': Where are they?

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posted on Feb, 27 2014 @ 09:35 PM
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Alright. So if there is a link between UFOs, and geophysical anomalies - for whatever reason - we have areas where we can study the phenomena; Hessdalen, Project Identification, Skinwalker Ranch/Unitah Basin, Yakima, etc.

We know that Robert Bigelow built himself a fleet of sensor platforms. Camera studies are active at Hessdalen and Skinwalker Ranch. Where else? Where would we want to sit and watch for weird stuff?

Who is already there watching?




posted on Feb, 27 2014 @ 09:50 PM
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Great idea, 1o9. A for real "study" team would probably need to be mobile though. That's apparently what Bigelow suggested in his MUFON takeover. Problem is, he--contrary to his promises--seems to be keeping that info for himself.

I'd be interested to know if the Missouri/Piedmont area is still some kind of hotspot. Barring that, the Southwest has always been active.

Is there any new news about Hessladen, btw? Plasma phenomenon is where many answers hide, imo.



posted on Feb, 27 2014 @ 09:59 PM
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Don't know about the others you've mentioned but Yakima is where the Yakima Firing Range is for the military. We shot off a lot of stuff at drones when I was assigned there. You may find a UFO there but it will probably blow up in your face. Recommend not going to that one.

Also the NSA is supposed to have a listening center there so who knows what kind of drones are coming out of there now. Probably looks like a UFO convention.



posted on Feb, 27 2014 @ 10:08 PM
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Bassago
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Don't know about the others you've mentioned but Yakima is where the Yakima Firing Range is for the military. We shot off a lot of stuff at drones when I was assigned there. You may find a UFO there but it will probably blow up in your face. Recommend not going to that one.

Also the NSA is supposed to have a listening center there so who knows what kind of drones are coming out of there now. Probably looks like a UFO convention.


Well I'd heard tell of earthlights at Yakima, and that seems to be something that could be looked at like Hessdalen. Its being done at Marfa...

The Gut: I've heard nothing of Hessdalen recently, but I did see someone from West Virginia on youtube awhile back with some interesting video. Stuff straight out of Operation Trojan Horse! Earth mounds and megaliths seem to be good indicators.



posted on Feb, 27 2014 @ 11:04 PM
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Bassago
Don't know about the others you've mentioned but Yakima is where the Yakima Firing Range is for the military. We shot off a lot of stuff at drones when I was assigned there. You may find a UFO there but it will probably blow up in your face.

If I hadn't been on an Android and struggling to compose a post with the cursor jumping all over the place, I was gonna mention the military bases that surround some of the hotspots (but not all.) That discussion certainly has it's place here, but so do some intriguing and anomalous 'factoids' that challenge all sides of this issue.

I'll collate some material that many here might find interesting about "plasmas" that promise an interesting discussion. At least four of the best discussions I've ever come across about UFOs include the subject of plasma.

Interestingly enough, this discussion has the rare quality of containing something for everyone; skeptic or "believer." More 'science' rests in this area of ufology than any other, though it doesn't seem to be commonly recognized.

Hope folk stick around and bump this worthy thread...I think it could be fascinating and open doors that many--pro or con--have never considered. I'll start working on some material and I challenge everyone else to do the same. This forum has been rather stale lately...time to stir things up and get the juices flowing.



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posted on Feb, 27 2014 @ 11:59 PM
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Good points.

The open areas of Arizona and New Mexico have always been hotspots in the US.

The subject really only needs one super solid piece of evidence, (perhaps a clear, close up photo from a credible source) to gain respect from more scientists and get the media talking about UFOs again. I think the cameras and sensors etc... may be the best way to get this evidence (assuming it exists).


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posted on Feb, 28 2014 @ 12:37 AM
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Well just off the top of my head I would say Sedona, AZ, Eastern Tennessee (Smokey Mountains) & Gulf Breeze Florida. From what I have heard these are all supposed to be hotspots. I am sure there are others though.



posted on Feb, 28 2014 @ 11:28 AM
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Yakima? Interesting. Fellow Washingtonian here, was not aware that Yakima was considered a "window". I learned something new today.



posted on Feb, 28 2014 @ 11:42 AM
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I video taped something that I still don't know what is was, while in Flagstaff. Even posted it with a Youtube video.
It was far away, but I'd bet that if someone else spent a month up there, they would see something that they too, could not explain.
www.abovetopsecret.com...



posted on Feb, 28 2014 @ 11:47 AM
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The following is a great thread from ATS member easynow about Yakima and includes information and conclusions from the study that Dr. J. Allen Hynek set up there.

The Yakima UFO Sightings

This subject also brings to mind the most publicly known scientific study of UFOs ever attempted:


Challenged to explain sightings of unidentified lights and luminous phenomena in the sky around Piedmont, Missouri, Dr. Harley Rutledge decided to subject these reports to scientific analysis. He put together a team of observers with college training in the physical sciences, including a large array of equipment: RF spectrum analyzers, Questar telescopes, low-high frequency audio detectors, electromagnetic frequency analyzer, cameras, and a galvanometer to measure variations in the Earth's gravitational field.

The resulting Project Identification commenced in April 1973, logging several hundred hours of observation time. This was the first UFO scientific field study, able to monitor the phenomena in real-time, enabling Rutledge to calculate the objects' actual velocity, course, position, distance, and size.

en.wikipedia.org...

Project Identification: Ufology's Red-Headed Stepchild

Both of these studies were conducted in some very active hotspots.



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posted on Feb, 28 2014 @ 02:31 PM
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Big thank you for that! I was aware of how close the Kenneth Arnold sightings were to Yakima, but had not heard of the other reports. Got some catching up to do!
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posted on Mar, 1 2014 @ 12:46 AM
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High strangness abounds in the San Luis valley of southern Colorado. It's hard to really pin it down though. UFOs coupled with religious apparitions and govt. classified ops thrown in for good measure. I had my life and attitudes changed completely on a fishing trip there.



www.huffingtonpost.com...



posted on Mar, 1 2014 @ 01:27 AM
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Do tell. Highly strange how those areas often overlap. Nice job on your short film, btw. I'll have to find that thread again and star/comment.



posted on Mar, 1 2014 @ 01:35 AM
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The Sonora Desert in the US and the Balkan Mount Chain in Eastern Europe.

I, along with hundreds of other first-hand witnesses, can confirm regarding the second area. I can even narrow it down to around 10 km radius of where they appear. I also know when exactly during the month they are most likely to appear in this same area. Nope, I wasn't abducted by aleenz, nor did a Venusian white-haired prince come down to shake our hands.

I just happened to be at the right place in the right time (or wrong? a matter of POV) to witness an unprecedented event in my life, which afterwards triggered a desperate urge to find the true answers of my questions (and as some have guessed it - sweeping it under the rug while whistling "Aliens" to myself, is far from sufficient).

Important to note - I'm not talking about earthquake lights or other natural yet unexplained phenomenon - I'm refering to nut-n-bolt saucer and triangular shaped crafts, with numbers above 20 during a sighting.

Unfortunately, I don't have the resource nor the time to actually delve as deep as I really want to in my research and interview all the people I can about this, let alone spend a couple of days each month in the area in order to gather evidence first-hand (photos, soil samples as some do hover quite low above the ground).

Not to mention that I know of a person who tried doing serious research and went on to ask questions openly on media outlets about this strange occurance and allegedly (since I couldn't speak with him directly I can't confirm with certainty) was talked into shutting up.

My 2 cents on the topic about areas where they reappear on a regular basis.

Curious to hear an area I haven't so far.



posted on Mar, 1 2014 @ 01:40 AM
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As for Sonora, I know a guy who knows a guy and I believe there are some level-headed researchers (one in particular) in the area who are slowly piling up observations and data about the regular sightings in the area.

Unfortunately, can't say much more except - I'm still waiting with anticipation for this research to become available along with the data collected.



posted on Mar, 1 2014 @ 02:53 AM
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Here an interesting thread about Bigelow Aerospace, MUFON, an its real horizon...
Bigelow Aerospace: An Alien Connection!



posted on Mar, 1 2014 @ 08:23 PM
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ch1n1t0
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As for Sonora, I know a guy who knows a guy and I believe there are some level-headed researchers (one in particular) in the area who are slowly piling up observations and data about the regular sightings in the area.

Unfortunately, can't say much more except - I'm still waiting with anticipation for this research to become available along with the data collected.


If I end up in Arizona again, I'll try to make an effort to check out the Sedona area.



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