The four UFOs in the Moscow sky that were videoed and posted online in January have alien hunters the world over in a buzz, with many convinced this is compelling proof that ultra-intelligent beings from outer space not only exist but are also visiting us.
The person who uploaded the footage (see bottom of page), known as Timur, was quoted by local Russian media as saying:
“There were four balls of light. A red one to the left, two white ones in the middle, and a less bright one to the right. Sometimes the one on the right would disappear and come back. All together, they made the geometric shape of a rhombus.”
“I’ve been living in the district for two years, and have never seen anything like that before.”
Since the video was first placed online, there has been much debate regarding its authenticity – with many people wondering whether it could be a giant hoax.
However, well-known UFO expert, Vadim Chernobrov said he had carefully examined the video and was completely sure it is real and has not been tampered with.
According to Mr. Chernobrov:
“The lights cannot be explained as either an atmospheric or a cosmic image. The chance of it being some sort of mirage is also impossible due to the precise geometric form the objects have formed.”
“Some have said they could look like Chinese lanterns but I would dismiss this possibility because of the movements and speed of the objects.”
Initially, the clip was viewed by tens of thousands of people across the Russian Federation, and then went super viral and has been watched by UFO enthusiasts and skeptics globally.
2016 busy so far in Russia regarding UFOs
Over the past few months, Russia has been host to a huge number of alleged extra-terrestrial activities.
A video filmed and posted online by Mikhail Litvinov, purports to show a vehicle from another planet plunging into the Earth.
Mr. Litvinov said the UFO was expelling a huge plume of gas behind it on the outskirts of the industrial city of Kemerovo, located in the major coal-mining region of the Kuznetsk Basin.
The footage also went viral within the country and then internationally. Many viewers pointed out that it could not have been a meteorite because it was traveling far too slowly – it was also emitting too much of a gas trail to be a human-made aircraft.
Ufology enthusiasts were fascinated that this latest find was cigar-shaped, as opposed to the much more common saucer-shaped ones.
Suggestions regarding what it was ranged from the fairly sensible to super bizarre. One viewer was convinced it was a probe by a cluster of planet-parasites that go from world-to-world sucking each one dry of all its DNA.
UK rich with UFO activity this year
According to the Express, 2016 has so far been an extremely busy year for UFO activity in the United Kingdom.
In January, Ian Jones from Wiltshire says he was taking his dog for a walk when he spotted a strange light hovering up in the sky.
He captured a video of it, where one can see a light with an orange ambiance flashing brighter in certain parts.
According to Mr. Jones, he observed the UFO for approximately five minutes, hoping that something might happen which would explain what the phenomenon was – but there was no change.
The Express quoted Mr. Jones as saying:
“At first I thought it was a Chinese lantern but it wasn’t moving. It could have also been an Apache, but there was no noise. I went back the next day in the daytime to see if it was a crane or something, but there was nothing there.”
Video – Cluster of lights hovering over Moscow
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