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UFO Top Secret Huge Space Craft by Russian Black-op project?

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http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/maggador - my books on alien conspiracies & spirituality.UFO captured by Governments of Russia, of alien origin, or is this a man-made flying saucer from some top secret governmental black operations project? Or something else entirely? Anti-Gravity or Zero-Energy technology? For what purpose? What would they use it for? And what a shape like that? False-flag operations, to create UFO hysteria, fake alien invasion?



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9 comments

  • ninjaroy#

    ninjaroy November 27, 2012 12:21:16 AM CET

    This fatalistic dream of theirs, where nothing is ever really achieved, destroys them, yet they beg and fight to feed us with “It”….remarkable isn’t it? --The consistency of the Machine.
    archonmatrix.blogspot.com
    http://www.amazon.com/The-Wormwood-Diaries-James-McKnight/dp/1453784675

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=doteMqP6eSc

  • Gazoo#

    Gazoo November 26, 2012 8:24:29 PM CET

    The issue to my mind is not if the video is authentic, it could be; as allmost everyone knows, Russia, Germany and the USA experimented with this design and then promptly tossed it out. Simply put it sucks, other than the stealth
    aspect. Not to mention it is utterly pointless in space travel as obviously there is little aerodynamic advantage to this design in interstellar travel. Its best use, if any at all would be its fear factor " OMG we can't possibly defeat X,Y,Z they have alien tech on there side, what ever shall we do" , and it seems to have worked pretty good thus far.

  • Sttoad#

    Sttoad November 25, 2012 10:20:17 PM CET

    How about sharing this BULLSHIT!

    Russian company Locomo Sky is in the process of building a fleet of cargo hauling aerostat aircraft that resemble UFOs. Conspiracy theorists everywhere are salivating with anticipation.

    http://singularityhub.com/2010/03/10/russia-is-making-flying-saucers-dun...

  • Ronray#

    Ronray November 25, 2012 5:59:13 PM CET

    The film asks me (and you) to decide: well, I have.
    The film and instruments supposedly used to record this is purported to be from a certain time period. 1938 - 1955. At 00:32, the video shows what appears to be light shown onto and reflected off the alleged space craft outer hull. Recording of those multispectral color bands at that frequencies was not possible until much, much later; approximately 1980. (development of the modern CCD sensor.)
    Just one element of proof of falsehood in this film discredits and negates ALL of the film.

  • Temps13#

    Temps13 November 24, 2012 8:15:54 PM CET

    This is a rubbish fibreglass mock up..not a single piece of Magnesium moulded into a hull in the vacuum of space..like a real big beauty craft
    The equivalent of natives on the south pacific islands making a model aeroplane to worship John Frum lol

  • Thenew2010#

    Thenew2010 November 24, 2012 8:09:11 PM CET

    idiot afraid of my true comment so he deleted my last comment. THIS IS JUST A PROPS !!

  • Dubstar#

    Dubstar November 24, 2012 7:19:28 PM CET

    Oh dear..this is old footage of an air balloon..YAWN.

  • Thenew2010#

    Thenew2010 November 24, 2012 6:12:12 PM CET

    it could been built as a movie props. All I see is an object with shape-like's space ship unless I can see it actually does all the flying's activities as a space ship would then I am not convince. I've seen houses been built as space ship shape but they were just a houses, it cannot fly so don't jump the gun too fast.

  • PsOutYourAs#

    PsOutYourAs November 24, 2012 9:38:27 AM CET

    If you know anything about Lockheed Martin, they've had the ability to travel through space for decades. They figured out how to manipulate gravity. Think about it, what kind of propulsion system other than reverse gravity could maneuver that large of a ship? They aren't flying helicopters through the yard, this is going somewhere.



 
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