I don’t understand. I just don’t get it. How could this be? How is it done and why? Why doesn’t the world care?
I’m referring to UAP sightings that are witnessed and reported by thousands of folks, in a single event, not just some lone individual on a remote farm land, and yet these incidents are never reported by mainstream media giants like CNN or BBC for example. I’ve witnessed this phenomenon myself with others, Read about it here.
Is it true that 90% of mainstream media are owned by large corporations like energy companies? If so, is there a global cover-up of this phenomenon because it represents some kind of new, unknown energy that would make big oil, the engine of the world, obsolete? In short, causing a world-wide energy revolution, ending the world as we know it? I wish I had the answers.
Some of the most famous and well documented sightings are confined to small, local newspapers and radio only. If one takes the time to research Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon, it becomes quite obvious that this enigma is worldwide and the reality of this should be front page news all around the globe! Why isn’t it? What’s going on here?
Every decade or so, some of the most intriguing events are those which come in flaps, or waves, have multiple witnesses, photographs, videos, tracked on numerous military radar stations including civilian air traffic controllers and chased by warplanes.
See also – Our Jets Scramble After UFOs from the Toronto Star.
One of the most celebrated cases of this type was the Belgian flap which began in November of 1989.
The events of November 29 would be documented by no less than thirty different groups of witnesses, and three separate groups of police officers. All of the reports described a large object flying at low altitude. The craft was of a flat, triangular shape, with lights underneath.
This giant craft didn’t make a sound as it slowly and fearlessly moved across the landscape of Belgium. There was free sharing of information as the Belgian populace tracked this craft as it moved from the town of Liege to the border of the Netherlands and Germany.
This first startling sighting would evolve into a wave over the next several months. On two occasions, a pair of F-16 fighters chased the mysterious evasive object, but to no avail.
On March 30, 1990, a frantic call to military headquarters came from a Belgian national police Captain. He marveled at a giant triangle passing over and simultaneously two ground radar stations were reporting an object of unknown origin on their screens. One of these bases was NATO controlled near the city of Glons, southeast of Brussels.
Belgium military radar screen showing the diamond-shaped UAP echo At 11:00 PM on March 30, 1990
After contacting other radar facilities, they learned that at least four other stations were also reporting the object on their screens. The object was moving across their screens slowly, and failed to send a transponder signal to identify itself.
Two F-16s were ordered to intercept and identify this phenomenon, and one of the jet’s radars locked the object in. It appeared as a small diamond on the pilot’s screen. The pilots reported that only a few seconds after locking on the target, the object began to pick up speed, quickly moving out of radar range.
An hour-long chase ensued, during which time the F-16s picked up the strange craft’s signal two additional times, only to see it fade from view. The triangular craft seemed to be playing a cat and mouse game, and finally was lost in the night lights of Brussels.
The pilots of the fighters reported that the UAP had made maneuvers at speeds beyond the capability of their technology. When the F-16 pilots attempted to lock on to the object with their on-board radar, it reacted immediately. It changed shape on their radar to a diamond shape, increased its speed to 1,000 km/hour, and took swift evasive action.
This image is from the onboard radar screen of an F-16 jet that was scrambled to investigate UAPs over Belgium in 1990
Tapes of the on-board radar of the F-16s show that the object descended from 3,000 meters to 1200 meters in 2 seconds. That’s a speed of 1800 km/hour. The tapes also show the object accelerating from 280 km/hour to 1800 km/hour in a few seconds. This represents an acceleration of 46 G, which is more than a human body could withstand. It is notable that at no time was there a sonic boom.
The extraordinary sightings continued for months as the triangular invader was reported more than 1,000 times, both day and night. The object dipped low enough to easily be seen with the naked eye, and the event became one of the biggest stories in the Belgian media.
Another unusual occurrence associated with the Belgian flap was the inability to take a clear photograph of it. Many observers had their cameras ready, and took what they thought would be clear images, but when the film was developed, the image was blurred, and the craft’s outline was vague at best.
This anomaly was addressed by physics professor Auguste Meessen, who was employed by the Catholic University at Louvin. Meessen’s investigation produced a theory that infrared light must be the reason that almost all the images were unclear. To put his theory to test, he exposed film to infrared, then photographed objects in regular light. The results were the same as the photographs of the triangle-shaped UAP.
One good image was finally captured on video tape in April 1990. This image showed the underbelly of the craft with spotlights on the three corners. A still frame from this tape has been seen worldwide, and is a classic UAP photograph.
With over 1,200 written reports filed by civilians, confirmed radar sightings, plane radar lock-ins, and military confirmations, the fact that an unknown craft moved across the country of Belgium cannot be denied.
Note. It is estimated that only one out of ten UAP sightings are actually reported. Most people keep it to themselves for various reasons for which I understand. So in this case, there could have been over 10,000 witnesses!
The case is also important for its unique information sharing. Civilian and Military officials were forthcoming with the reports, and set a model for others to follow in their pursuit to uncover the mystery behind the UAP enigma. These very poignant factors make this case history extremely rare, with regards to how these cases usually run. If only the whole world, scientists and governments, would openly share information and try to understand what the true nature of this ancient, global mystery.
Here is an article I found of this famous mass sighting…courtesy of ufoevidence.org
Belgium UFO Sightings
Eupen, Belgium 29 November 1989 Two Belgian police officers were on patrol on the Eupen – Kittenis road when they saw what seemed to be a dark, triangular platform with three powerful searchlights on its underside, shining on the ground below.
The platform also had a central red light that changed from red to orange. the object was approximately 220 yards off to one side of the road, and approximately 325 yards above a field.
The object changed direction and flew directly over their heads, noiseless except for a soft humming. It then proceeded towards Eupen, stopping to hover motionless over the dam at Gileppe for about 45 minutes.
Finally, it headed toward Baelen and Spa and disappeared. The two policemen contacted the Belgian Air Force at Bierset, which had detected the object on radar. An AWACS aircraft was dispatched from Gelsenkirchen. The event lasted a total of two and a half hours and was witnessed by nineteen police officers at a party in the area as well.
Consistent reports were given by other witnesses from Eupen, Liege, Plombieres, Kittenis, Baelin, Verviers, Jalhan, St. Vith, Andrimont, Lontzen, Voeren, Herbesthal, and eastern Belgium, as well as areas of Holland, Luxembourg, and Germany. Almost an hour later, the same two police officers saw another, but much larger, triangular object appear from behind some trees.
It ascended with a climbing turn, rotating horizontally as it did so. It slowly flew away, following the course of a main road at about 65 kilometers per hour.
Wavre, Belgium 30 March 1990 Around 11:00 p.m. the local police began receiving numbers of telephone calls reporting lights in a triangular formation over Wavre, twelve miles south of Brussels. The police in turn reported the sightings to the radar station at Glons. Glons radar confirmed the sightings of a UAP on radar at an altitude of 3,000 meters.
The radar station at Semmerzake verified the Glons tracking and reported it to the Air Force. The radar trackings were compared to the 11/89 trackings at Eupen and were found to be identical. Police witnesses reported that, instead of the unidentifieds being three objects flying in formation, it was one triangular-shaped object with three lights, as had been the Eupen object.
Because of the large number of reports, Colonel Wilfried De Brouwer of the Belgian Air Force decided to scramble two F-16 interceptors from Bevokom. The F-16s were vectored in by Glons radar, and they soon detected a positive oval-shaped object on their on-board radar at 3,000 meters..
They could see nothing visually. The object moved erratically, in a zig-zag path, over the city of Brussels, taking evasive action whenever the pursuing F-16 tried to lock-on. Eventually, it left the F-16s behind, disappearing at an impossible rate of speed.
These objects were seen by thousands of witnesses, many of whom gave signed statements to the police. They were photographed and filmed. The objects were tracked by ground radar at several different installations, and by the on-board radar of the F-16s. The objects took evasive action when threatened by the F-16s and were able to maneuver at speeds that are impossible for any known aircraft.
So what’s going on here? Are we all living in a fishbowl not aware of another reality invisible to us naturally or by design?
I think we should prepare ourselves. We are on the verge of major, profound discovery, one that will change our view of ourselves and our place in this vast, ancient cosmos.
Just my humble opinion.
See also – Our Jets Scramble After UFOs – The Toronto Star.
By, T. Blank