Aliens from other planets have always fascinated us. In popular culture, especially in movies, we imagine how they look, organize themselves, what they do – and if they really exist. After all, we’ve long been told that Earth is the only inhabited planet in the Solar System.
Due to this fact, most people suspect that aliens live on other planets or galaxies. But some firmly believe that we are not alone in the universe. That’s why we saw some UFO videos above, in which some UFOs were visible from different parts of the world. Here are some takeaways from the video.
UFO intercepts Chinese airport
Our handful of videos begin with an incident in the Chinese city of Xiaoshan on July 7, 2010. A UFO flew over the city, forcing that city’s airport to cease all operations that day. All outbound flights were halted after a flight crew detected an object flying over the airspace.
The episode caught the attention of Chinese media outlets, who began reporting on the identity of the UFO. In addition, several theories emerged on the Internet across the country and around the world, including: the UFO was a hidden American bomber, and the ship an elaborate man-made hoax.
Both were never confirmed. After the Xiaoshan incident, a few days after the first incident, another UFO was sighted over the Chinese skies in the same city.
blue light on norway
Like other Arctic countries, Norway is famous for the Northern Lights, a series of lighting patches that you can see in the sky on winter nights. But, this time, another kind of light was illuminating the Norwegian skies.
On December 9, 2009, a swirl-shaped blue light appeared in the sky, creating a spiral path that illuminated the night and disappeared into a black hole. A military base on the north side of the country captured the moment, leaving people wondering what that light was. Many thought that there were aliens in the spiral.
spiral over australia
A similar phenomenon occurred in the coastal states of eastern Australia. On June 5, 2010, hundreds of people in the states of Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland recorded what appeared to be a white spiral illuminating the sky in that area.
Most of those who witnessed the incident thought it was actually a UFO, even those who were skeptical about it.
Russian scientist “amazed” at the ring of light
This scene could have been part of a sci-fi blockbuster movie, but it’s plain real life. It took place on October 8, 2009 in Moscow, Russia. It was dusk, and a huge ring of light appeared in the Russian skies, like those spacecraft scenes you see in the theatre.
Scientists saw footage of the ring and were astonished by the event. Experts tried to find an explanation for the bright ghost people saw that evening, but so far, the only explanation was that the ring was a halo.
light on the holy land
In January 2011, a bright light was observed in Jerusalem, Israel, with no explanation as to what the object was. UFOs were spotted at some of the most sacred sites in Christianity, such as the Mount of Olives, and then disappeared into the sky. No explanation is known for the phenomenon.
Former Area 51 employee tells radio host about UFOs
This is an interesting example of how the topic of UFOs is still controversial. In 1997, syndicated radio show host Art Bell picked up the phone and received a frantic call. It was a former employee of Area 51 on the line. The amazed man told Art that the aliens were “extra-dimensional beings”, and that they were “not what they claimed to be”.
The man also claimed that aliens had “infiltrated many aspects of the military establishment”, and that the government was aware of impending disasters, and also that people were not being transported from major cities, So that the rest of the people can be more “controlled” “after the aliens” wiped out most of the people”. The call was dropped after this statement. isn’t it scary?
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