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    Its been some time since discussing the subject of blinking lights. You may think flashing lights have a terrestrial origin and most of the time they do. But not every time... There could be a few reasons why UFOs might have flashing lights and not be of human design. In some of the videos captured here in Oregon the flashing light would stop for some duration and start again later or not re-start at all. My hypothesis is that it was for mimicry or blending in to our environment to look like our own aircraft. Or believe it or not another instance the flashing was so rapid that it immediately caught my attention and started filming a strange craft. After years of people commenting about blinking lights and the immediate jump to conclusion is was of earthly design, it would be nice to have them consider the possibility its not ours.




    In the bottom clip the flash was so rapid I filming started immediately. In retrospect my feeling is that it was intentional, but that is after making ongoing contact.

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    Lightbulb Re: Blinking lights on UFOs

    I filmed an UFO in 1991 (30 years ago) going from North to South Orbit in Amsterdam ... starting to blink 6 pulses (flashes) per second with a duration of twelve seconds long from time stamp 22hr33min11seconds to 22.33.23 ... this happened after I requested them "telepathically" broadcasting my wishes ... asking them, "to do something for my camera" ...

    Showed the UFO footage to Professor Wim De Graaff working on the Utrecht Astronomy Observatory ... and checked the databases if any satellite were active at that time & location. None. I used the SuperVHS slow-motion where you can see the time stamp ... then counting the flashes (blinking) per second that way.

    This was my very first successful CE5 experience following the CE5 Protocols of 'Project Starlight' (Dr. Steven Greer).

    There is so much more to this story, soon updated here.

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    Default Re: Blinking lights on UFOs

    Any chance you could share the footage with us at the forum Joahn Kules (Exomatrix) ?

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    Any chance you could share the footage with us at the forum Joahn Kules (Exomatrix) ?
    I have to search for the very old VHS tape ... then capture it on my PC ... hopefully I can do it soon.

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    I guess I like Jeremy Corbell to a degree, but have my reservations. I dont like his choice of wording like, swarming the ship etc. Who says they are swarming? He is very much into branding his name and product. Whatever, its all part of it I guess

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    • GUARDIAN VIDEO - Video With Freemason Ties Verifys A UFO Sighting:

    “Guardian”: The 30th Anniversary Of A Bizarre UFO Incident near Carp, Ontario

    On the night November 4th, exactly thirty years ago, in that glorious year of 1989, one of the most bizarre and unexplained stories in UFO circles occurred, known as the “Guardian” case. Centred around the supposed crash of an extraterrestrial craft in a swamp west of Ottawa near Manion Corners, today marks the 30th anniversary of the mysterious incident. Since it is in the realm of the OR file cases, I thought it would be interesting to recount the story here once again, in case anyone knows more about it since it occurred that November night in 1989



    The area that matches the Unsolved Mysteries clip where the crashed UFO was supposedly recovered west of Ottawa. (Google Maps)




    “GUARDIAN”
    The fantastical story of a UFO crashing into a swamp west of Ottawa begins when a gentleman by the name of Tom Theofanous of The Canadian UFO Research Network (CUFORN), received a package from someone calling themselves “Guardian”. With no return address on the package, it was curiously opened and within was a written claim that an alien craft was recovered from a swamp in West Carleton involving both United States and Canadian security teams.

    Graham Lightfoot, a UFO researcher living in Ottawa at the time was dispatched to verify these explosive claims, and he interviewed some residents in the area mentioned by Guardian about anything unusual that may have occurred on the night of November 4th, 1989 to substantiate his claims.

    Diane Labanek, a resident of the area, said that on the night of November 4th 1989, she witnessed an intense, bright light pass overhead, heading towards a swamp at the far end of the field south of her home. She said she also saw several helicopters earlier that evening using bright lights to scan the area.

    Another resident said their cattle was dispersed by something and it took a while to recover them all again the next day.

    Another couple in the area told Graham about a very bright light that shone through their south-facing bathroom window. “It reached right down our hallway!”. The same wife also recalled hearing the sound of helicopters that evening.
    Without verifiable proof of a crashed UFO and no photographic evidence, the case was deemed a hoax and that GUARDIAN was a crackpot.

    However, if we read the note that GUARDIAN sent in 1989 once again, perhaps we can learn more from it 30 years later using more modern research methods.
    Below is an edited transcript of the original letter sent by Guardian and his claim, and some further investigation into what could be a real incident:

    From Guardian, 1989
    “Canadian and American Security Agencies are engaged in a conspiracy of silence, to withhold from the world the alien vessel seized in the swamps of Corkery Road, Carp, in 1989.

    UFO sightings in the Ontario region had intensified in the 1980’s, specifically, around nuclear power generating stations. On Nov. 4, 1989 at 20:00 hrs Canadian Defense Dept. radars picked up a globe shaped object traveling at phenomenal speed over Carp, Ontario. The UFO abruptly stopped, and dropped like a stone.

    Canadian and American Security Agencies were immediately notified of the landing. Monitoring satellites traced the movements of the aliens to a triangular area. (see aerial map) off Almonte and Corkery Roads.
    The ship had landed in deep swamp near Corkery Road. Two AH-64 Apaches and a UH-60 Blackhawk headed for the area the following night. The helicopters carried full weapon loads. They were part of a covert American unit that specialized in the recovery of alien craft.

    Flying low over Ontario pine trees the Apache attack choppers soon spotted a glowing, blue, 20 meter in diameter sphere. As targeting lasers locked-on, both gun-ships unleashed their full weapon loads of 8 missiles each. All 16 were exploded in proximity bursts 10 meters downwind from the ship.
    The missiles were carrying VEXXON, a deadly neuro-active gas which kills on contact. Exposed to air the gas breaks down quickly into inert components. Immediately after having completed their mission the gun-ships turned around, and headed back across the border.

    Now the Blackhawk landed, as men exploded from its open doors. In seconds the six man strike team had entered the UFO through a 7 meter hatchless, oval portal. No resistance was encountered. At the controls, 3 dead crewman were found.

    With the ship captured, the US Air force, Pentagon, and Office of Naval Intelligence were notified. Through the night a special team of technicians had shut-down and disassembled the sphere. Early the next morning Nov. 6, 1989 construction equipment and trucks were brought into the swamp. The UFO parts were transported to a secret facility in Kanata, Ontario.

    As a cover story the locals were informed that a road was being built through the swamp. No smokescreen was needed for the military activity as Canadian forces regularly train in the Carp region. Officially nothing unusual was reported in the area. Although someone anonymously turned in a 35mm roll of film. It was received by the National Research Council of Canada, in Ottawa. The film contained several clear shots of an entity holding a light. (see photo) At this time the photographer is still unidentified.

    The humanoids were packed in ice and sent to an isolation chamber at the Univ. of Ottawa. CIA physiologists performed the autopsies.

    The reptilian, fetus-headed beings, were listed as CLASS 1 NTE’s. (Non Terrestrial Entities) Like others recovered in previous operations, they were muscular, grey-white skinned, humanoids.

    The ship was partially reassembled at the underground facility in Kanata. Unlike previous recoveries this one is pure military. Built as a “Starfighter” it is heavily armed and armored. In design no rivets, bolts, or welds were used in fastening, yet when reconstructed there are no seams. The UFO itself is made up of a matrixed dielectric magnesium alloy. It is driven by pulsed electromagnetic fields generated by a cold fusion reactor. All offensive capabilities utilize independently targeting electronic beam weapons. In the cargo hold were found ordnance racks containing fifty Soviet nuclear warheads. Their purpose was revealed by advanced tactical/combat computers located in the flight deck.

    The most important alien-tech find were the 2 millimeter, spheroid, brain implants. Surgically inserted through the nasal orifice the individual can be fully monitored and controlled. The CIA and Canadian Govt have actively supported mind-slave experiments for years. Currently the Univ. of Ottawa is involved in ELF wave mind control programs. A continuation of the CIA psychological warfare project known as MKULTRA, started at the Allen Memorial Institute in Montreal.

    Using ELF signals transmitted at the same wavelength the human brain uses, the researchers could subliminally control the test subject. The alien implants utilize the same principles except that the whole unit is sub miniaturized and contained in the brain. Fortunately the implants can be detected by magnetic resolution scanning technology. All individuals implanted by the aliens are classified as ZOMBIES.

    The ZOMBIES have been programmed to help overthrow Mankind in the near future.”

    Now, this seems completely ridiculous and an obvious a piece of fiction. But, let’s see if anything within Guardian’s letter could actually be true…

    CLAIM 1
    “Canadian and American Security Agencies were immediately notified of the landing. Monitoring satellites traced the movements of the aliens to a triangular area. (see aerial map) off Almonte and Corkery Roads.”




    These satellite images of the area clearly show both an unusual triangular shaped area of land and the swamps below it where the craft was apparently recovered. (GeoOttawa)

    TRUE: Zooming in to the property area mentioned on a current Google satellite map where Guardian claimed the craft crashed, there is indeed a triangular area of land that is adjacent to a swamp. This was area was later verified by analyzing an episode of “Unsolved Mysteries” and the property was identified.




    Clearly a triangular area as Guardian mentioned does exist with some equipment scattered around. (Google Maps)

    CLAIM 2
    “Two AH-64 Apaches and a UH-60 Blackhawk headed for the area the following night. The helicopters carried full weapon loads. They were part of a covert American unit that specialized in the recovery of alien craft.”

    TRUE: Unrelated witnesses in the area said they saw and heard helicopters and bright lights that evening.

    CLAIM 3
    “The UFO parts were transported to a secret facility in Kanata, Ontario.”



    The DRDC facility near Kanata. (Google Streetview)

    COULD BE TRUE: In Kanata at Shirley’s Bay there is a government research facility where classified Defence Department projects are worked on. It is called DRDC:
    Defence Research & Development Canada where some sites claim there is ongoing alien craft reverse-engineering projects. *This is not confirmed and highly speculative!*

    CLAIM 4

    “The CIA and Canadian Govt have actively supported mind-slave experiments for years. Currently the Univ. of Ottawa is involved in ELF wave mind control programs. A continuation of the CIA psychological warfare project known as MKULTRA, started at the Allen Memorial Institute in Montreal.”



    The Allen Institute in Montreal where CIA funded mind control experiments occurred under the MkUltra program.

    PARTIALLY TRUE: This is actually true that the MkUltra program operated Mind Control experiments from the Allen Institute in Montreal during the 1960s. Extremely low frequency, or ELF, has been the subject of many conspiracies that the mind can be controlled with these signals.

    So, HOAX or real?

    Now those claims mentioned above can be somewhat verified by cross referencing current data, but in my opinion it is not enough to verify the claim that an actual craft was recovered November 4th, 1989. Perhaps Guardian’s story is true, perhaps it is not. It was 1989 and we did not have the proper abilities and resources that we have now to validate the story.


    It would be two years later that Guardian submitted a SECOND claim and package of yet another UFO landing AT THE EXACT SAME SITE west of Ottawa, and that story was actually featured in the 1990s television series “Unsolved Mysteries” hosted by Robert Stack.
    A still from ‘Unsolved Mysteries” showing the property where the UFO incident occurred.



    The area that matches the Unsolved Mysteries clip where the crashed UFO was supposedly recovered west of Ottawa. (Google Maps)


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    To this day the video footage recording the craft within that case has yet to debunked or logically explained, so maybe Guardian’s first story in 1989 was indeed true and he was an insider of a certain top secret project? We may never know, unless of course one of you readers happened to work in that secret underground Kanata base, or witnessed an alien autopsy at the University of Ottawa 30 years ago…



    Case File: Guardian UFO
    Location: West Carleton, Ontario
    Date: August 18, 1991
    Description: West Carleton is a historic township in Eastern Ontario, Canada. It is located in the rural parts of the new City of Ottawa, west of Kanata. Local Diane Labenek described a UFO craft she described with a blue flashing light on top and another light on the bottom with burning red flames

    History: On August 18, 1991, West Carleton, Ontario housewife Diane Labenek was home when she heard her dogs barking. When she looked out the window to investigate, she saw red flames and smoke coming from a field nearby. She then saw a UFO-type object landing next to the flames in the field. The ship then lifted up and disappeared into the trees. Diane claimed that about ten minutes after the ship left, a helicopter flew over the area where she saw the lights. The helicopter then flew over her house and vanished.

    Diane went to the site the next day, but she found nothing. She only told her husband and mother about the incident. Six months later in February of 1992, Bob Oechsler, a UFO researcher, received a package from Canada. Inside the package were secret military documents, pictures, a map, and a videotape. The tape, labeled "Guardian", had a fingerprint on it and showed the UFO that Diane had seen. Specifically, the video first showed an object next to red flames on the ground. Then, it showed an object, mid-flight, with a blinking light on top.

    The map directed Oechsler to West Carleton, where he and another UFO researcher, Graham Lightfoot, interviewed Diane and found that her sighting matched the UFO on the video. Navy physicist Dr. Bruce Maccabee believes that the video is not a hoax. The object and the flash from the object appears to be real and coming from the sky. He believes that "Guardian" stumbled onto the site accidentally. Maccabee found that the UFO had to be twenty to thirty feet in length, which, according to Oechsler, is too large to be a hoax.

    The audio analysis of the tape only had the sound of dogs barking, probably Diane's dogs; the craft appeared to be silent. If it was staged, there most likely would have been sounds coming from generators that would be powering the object's lights. A NASA specialist reviewed the tape and could not determine what the craft actually was.
    After the incident, unmarked helicopters of black, green, or maroon color were seen throughout the West Carleton area, although the military denies that the helicopters were theirs. Oechsler believes that the key to finding out what the craft really was is the mysterious individual named "Guardian". He believes that Guardian had prior knowledge that this event was going to happen.

    However, the documents found along with the videotape lead some to question Guardian's credibility. The documents appeared to be classified government reports that discuss conspiracies about UFOs, Red China, and nuclear weapons. However, the papers appeared to be forged. A Canadian military official confirmed that there were multiple errors in the documents that prove that they are not real.

    Also, on the video there were images of what Guardian claimed was an alien being. Further inspection revealed that it was probably someone wearing an alien mask. However, many still believe that the video of UFO is real, despite the questionable items that were with it. Many are certain that if "Guardian" could be found, the mystery could be explained.

    Background: Diane Labenek has lived in West Carleton, Ontario, with her husband and two children. In 1989, she and several others witnessed a loud and bright explosion over a nearby swamp. There is no information known about the mysterious "Guardian." West Carleton Township is located in East Ontario, near Ottawa, and was created in 1974.

    Investigations: UFO researchers Bob Oechsler and Graham Lightfoot investigated the videotape left by "Guardian" and Diane's eyewitness account.

    Extra Notes: The case was featured as a part of the February 3, 1993 episode.

    Results: Unresolved. Since the video was found, several experts have determined that it was probably a hoax, and that a truck (with several lights attached) was used to create the "UFO" shown in the video.


    It is also believed that the man known as "Guardian" was actually Bobby Charlebois, a UFO enthusiast who knew Diane. Interestingly, he was also known to use the alias "Guardian". He also had access to the area where the "UFO" was allegedly seen and recorded. When UFO researchers tried to get his fingerprints, he was evasive. It is unknown if his prints were compared to one of those found on the tape. However, Diane and other UFO researchers still insist that the incident was real.

    Links:


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    John that was really interesting to hear about your CE5 encounter and agree with you on the right attitude for encounters. Not only attitude but repeatable encounters where it was requested for something different in their display only to have it happen. Another clue was found in slowing the video recordings down and surprised to see more which provided 100% confirmation. In the case provided below we offer proof that lights on the aerial object actually change color. No terrestrial made aircraft would do this unless possibly a blimp. But other recordings validate my hypothesis that the entities at times moved incredibly fast, faster than what science says is possible.

    video one filmed in 2010 with no knowledge the lights changed color until a later analysis.

    a few years later the analysis proves it....


    Im not a pilot but was surpised to find there is no specific regulation on navigational lighting. Sometimes lighting is not red and green sometimes aircraft display only red & blinking... Im not sure if they always have to be blinking either.

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    One thing I would not rule out is that they could be from an unknown hidden base in Antarctica.

    Just one possibility to look into.
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    • UFO. MN, USA 5/9/2021. Turn up brightness to watch. Tilts and has revolving mechanism 1:12

    UFO sighting central MN 04:50 am 5/9/2021. Can’t make this up! I could see the dark borders and it was the size of a competitive swimming pool and disc shaped. It slowly passed me by about 200-500 yards north and 1000ft above the tree line moving 30-50 miles per hr. No noise, no wind. Then it passed and appeared to vanish as it turned out its lights.
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    WOW!!!!! JOHN GREAT catch... hope others watch it...

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