Dec 12, 1974 : Twin 11 Year Old Brothers In Japan Photograph Flying Saucer

It was a normal day in Obihiro City, Hokkaido, Japan when 11 year old twin brothers Yoshitsugu and Katsuji Iino were looking out the back window of their home. They looked out in astonishment to see a disc-shaped UFO hovering over their yard high in the sky. One watched the object as the other brother ran for a camera. They took that photo posted abouve UFO before it disappeared into the cloudy sky.

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Mexican Government Releases ‘Proof’ of E.T.’s and Ancient Space Travel

Are these artifacts recently unveiled by the Mexican Government proof that ET has visited us in the past? These stone tablets going back some 1,300 years have some interesting images carved into them and it’s easy to understand that one could definitely see these images as ancient astronauts and space travel.

CALAKMUL, MEXICO (INTELLIHUB) — Newly released Mayan documents, i.e. artifacts, dating back at least 1300-years reveal that the human race is not alone and highly advanced technologies including space travel have likely existed for quite some time.

Not only does this documentation released by the Mexican government show the existence of an explorer race, it may also reveal the roots of mankind.

Some consider the government’s presentation of the information to be a major step forward for humanity as the truth is finally being slowly let out. Hopefully this will prompt other governments around the world to be more forthcoming with such information, turning the tide in the UFO and extraterrestrial research community for good.

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Nov 11, 1987 : Gulf Breeze UFO incident

Gulf Breeze, Florida is home to about 6,000 people in 1987. Starting November 11 a wave of UFO sightings were seen by this small town and hundreds of photographs and videos have been taken of this on going incident. UFOs are still buzzing around Gulf Breeze with many recent videos being uploaded to YouTube.

One of the locals named Ed Walters was vigilant in photographing and filming these UFO’s and he has shared hundreds of pieces of media from his collection with news and TV programs worldwide.

No explanation has ever been fully made for the Gulf Breeze UFOs, and they show no signs of going away anytime soon.

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More pics of this ongoing incident @

Nov 11, 1979 : UFO Forces Commercial Flight To Land Early

Known as the Manises UFO incident and also as the first time a commercial flight was forced to make an emergency landing due to a UFO. Flight JK-297 with 109 passengers on board was about mid-way through its travel to Los Palmas when Pilot Francisco Javier Lerdo de Tejada and his crew noticed a series of three red lights quickly heading towards his air craft. He asked military & commercial radar workers if they could tell him what they were but after neither of them saw the craft on its radar Pilot Francisco changed his altitude. The red lights quickly changed their altitude and stayed close to the air craft at about 500 meters away. The craft following him were violating all safety rules so the Captain decided to make an emergency landing at the Manises’ airport in Valencia, Spain.

Just before landing the UFO’s abandoned pursuit of his aircraft but the radar at the airport detected these three craft and they measured about 200 meters wide each. Many airport crew and civilians had seen the red lights following the plane and even had turned on all emergency lights in case it was another place in distress trying to land.

After the plane landed a Mirage F-1 jet took off from a nearby military base and even going as fast as 1.4 mach he the pilot was barely able to make visual contact as the crafts just keep gaining speed. The Mirage F-1 jets electronics were became scrambled as it attempted to get in closer range with these UFOs.

[1]The public impact of the incident was such that on September 1980 it reached the Spanish Parliament. The High Chamber representative Enrique Múgica publicly asked for an official explanation, but a UFO sighting was dismissed and the incident was attributed to a series of freak optical illusions.

The full official report, declassified by the Spanish Airforce on August 1994, states that the Supercaravelle JK-297 pilot Javier Lerdo de Tejada, the land crew in Manises’ airport and the Air Force Captain Fernando Cámara might have been misled by “flashes emitted from a distant chemical industry complex” (about 100 miles away from Manises) “and some stars and planets”. Although this possibility has been much argued and repeatedly rejected by all people involved, it stands as the only non-UFO-related explanation.

The on-flight difficulties experienced by the fighter were not mentioned in the public release. The electronic system failure on board the Mirage F-1 could nevertheless be explained by the fact that the U.S. Navy Sixth Fleet was stationed in the area, and was making use of a powerful electronic warfare equipment while awaiting the outcome of the Iran hostage crisis. The F-1 combat pilot, Fernando Cámara, denied such possibility saying that the Sixth Fleet was too far and furthermore his systems got jammed when he tried to block the UFO with an IR missile.

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Here is the original communications recorded of the Pilot and the Control Towers. It is not in english, if anyone could transcribe that would be great.

Nov 9, 1965 : UFO Blamed For Northeast Blackout Which Left 30 Million Without Power

On November 9, 1965 the entire Northeast of America & Ontario, Canada went dark due to a massive power failure that was blamed on human error. Many people claimed to have seen UFOs, and that photo above is of an actual UFO taken on November 9, 1965 during the blackout. Over 30 million people lost all electricity for 13 hours and some of these people believe the UFOs were to blame for it.

UFO sightings had been growing in recent months up to the blackout and UFO writer, John G. Fuller, postulated the blackout was caused by these recent UFO visitations. He details some of these UFO visitations leading up to the blackout in his book, Incident at Exeter.

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The Exeter Incident