Published on Jan 5, 2015
I was driving home after work when this UFO or whatever you call it caught my eye. I pulled over in front of somebody’s house to film it. I would have got a better shot but I didn’t want to jump these peoples fence. Anyway I don’t know what the hell to make of it. Couldn’t have been a plane cause there was no noise. And I never heard a crash after either. The Orb thing flew straight up into the sky and disappeared. Sorry I didn’t film that. I didn’t know what to focus my attention on.
Several hundred reports of an object thought to be a meteor have been reported from the East Coast, from Florida to Canada.
The object streaked across the sky around 8pm on Friday March 22nd, 2013.
A massive object, thought to be a 55 foot wide and 10,000 ton asteroid, exploded with the force of 500 kilotons of TNT over the central Russian city of Chelyabinsk on February 15th 2013. The explosion was about 30 times the power of the atomic bomb detonated over Hiroshima in 1945.
Thousands have been reported injured as the explosion blew out windows, knocked down building and spread destruction across Chelyabinsk and the surrounding area.
A twenty foot hole was found about 60 miles from Chelyabinsk where it is believed a chunk of the object landed.
NASA is claiming that 2012 DA14 was “a completely unrelated object,” based on data from the trajectory of the object, as it passed with in 17,200 miles of the Earth the same day.
Another object was seen 8 p.m. Friday night throughout the Bay Area in California. An astronomer with the Chabot Space and Science Center in Oakland, said that it appears that the three objects seen Friday are unrelated.
Could the Russian have shot down the object over Chelyabinsk trying to prevent further destruction from the object hitting the ground?
The theory appears to have originated from the Znak newspaper, which quoted an anonymous “military source” who claimed that the object was intercepted by an air defense unit from Urzhumka near Chelyabinsk.
In 2029, Aphophis – Asteroid 2004 MN4 will pass within 30 thousand kilometers of Earth. At over 1200 feet in diameter, Aphophis would cause some serious damage if it collides with the earth. The good news is chances of a collision in 2029 are quite slim. Bad news is that after it pass us in 2029, it will come back this direction in 2036 and some orbital models have the space rock striking Earth this time.
The head of Federal Space Agency, Anatoly Perminov, addressed Russia’s plans concerning Aphophis in an interview with the Voice of Russia radio show. He says the Russians are on the way to create a spaceship that will divert the threatening asteroid from its orbit.
Less than two days after a meteor could be seen crossing the sky of the Western US and several weeks after a 25 foot meteor came with in two Earth radii (8,700 miles) of crashing into the earth on November 6th, a fireball lit up the South African sky on Saturday November 21st, 2009.
Residents of Johannesburg, Gauteng, and Pretoria reported a fireball around 11pm on Saturday November 21st, heading towards the north of Pretoria.
“We saw this big green ball of fire. it kind of came out of the sky, out of the blue,” one local witness said, “There was sudden flash. Like an orange stripe in the sky, followed by a very bright explosion where the sky lit up as if it was daytime.”
Since the February 15th Texas Fireball sighting, which was followed by fireball sightings on the East Coast, in California and around the world, there seems to be a serious increase in the number of these UFO fireballs.
Connected to 2012? Along with the Mystery Object Flys Through Saturns Rings. The Beginning Of The End?
Seen in Utah, California and Nevada, a massive green fireball crossed the skies of the Western US around 12:05 am on Thursday November 19th, 2009.
NASA Solar System Ambassador Patrick Wiggins claims the fireball was caused by a Bolide meteor.
The fireball was so intense, one witness explained “it was as light as a summer day outside”.
The news story makes this sound like a rare occurrence, yet the Texas fireball from last February 15th and the host of other fireball and meteor sighting this year tell a different story.
Are meteor sighting, especially ones of this size increasing?
You may also remember that in June of this year it came out that the U.S. military was no longer sharing data from their most advanced satellites concerning asteroids and meteoroids coming towards the earth with private sector scientists.
Were they expecting an increase and wished to control the information and how it was released to the public?
Add into that NASA recent PR push to dismiss any concerns about December 2012 and you have a cover up wrapped in a conspiracy.