• UFO Alarm – Product Review For the Most Versatile Personal Alarm

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    Posted in UFO Sighting on June 27th, 2015 by Ryqn Roswell

    Every once in a while, a unique product comes along that captures my attention. Right now it’s the UFO Purse Alarm. It looks like an innocent toy or gadget, but it is a serious personal safety device.  

    The UFO Alarm is a fully functioning personal alarm / purse alarm / burglar alarm! Many uses are combined into one fantastic product. It’s the most versatile alarm I’ve found.   It is different than the usual alarms that are small, nondescript, and come in mainly black.

    This alarm comes in six colors: lime green, silver, white, black, sky blue and pink. It measures 62mm (2.44″) across and 30mm (1.18″) deep. And, you can choose to activate flashing strobe lights, an alarm siren, or a bright light beam.  

    When a thief grabs your bag, the strobe lights and alarm instantly activate! If in a dangerous situation, you can activate one of the attention getting functions. This will give you a sense of security knowing that you can have 120 decibels of attention or strobe lights or a bright light beam OR a combination of the above.  

    It is simple to install and simple to use. Due to its size, it’s easy to pack for a trip OR just use it on luggage or a purse and you won’t need to pack it away. I’m even tempted to take it along as a toy to interrupt those periods of commuting boredom, but I don’t think the other passengers would appreciate that.  

    I like being able to attach it to my luggage and then going into my hotel room and setting it up on the door. This way my “home away from home” has one more layer of protection applied to it. Then I can either go out with it attached to my purse OR leave my purse in the room safe and set up the alarm on the hotel room door.  

    It’s so simple to use it on doors, drawers and windows. You can set it up on the inside when you’re in the room OR you can leave and set it up from the outside to turn the alarm on when you’re away. All other portable door alarms can only be activated from the inside.  

    This alarm comes with a 12 volt battery and a screwdriver. You now have no excuse not to use it! It won’t end up as one of those gadgets that sits on the shelf collecting dust. The $ 35.00 price is affordable considering the versatility of the item. The UFO Alarm would make a great gift for any fun-loving traveler, city dweller, and for those wishing to add another level of security to their belongings!

    Rosalie S. Bujtor is a personal safety expert, advising families how to plan ahead and be prepared. To find out how you and your family can have peace of mind with the latest in personal defense, visit http://www.SafetySelfProtection.com/UFOalarm.htm

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  • UFOs: If 19 Out Of 20, Therefore 20 Out Of 20

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    Posted in UFO Sighting on June 23rd, 2015 by Ryqn Roswell

    The fact is, as most UFO sceptics readily acknowledge, between 5 and 10 percent of all reported UFO incidents remain unidentified after investigation by those qualified to do so. This fact apparently excites the scientific, astrobiology, and SETI communities not one jot. Now I would maintain that a 5 to 10% level of hardcore UFO unknowns, over six decades on, worldwide, is a major scientific anomaly. It amounts to at least several thousand unexplained UFO incidents. I was under the impression that it was the role and duty of scientists to research the unknown, but apparently not when it comes to this subject.

     

    On the 26th and 27th of December 1969, the American Association for the Advancement of Science held a symposium on UFOs. The papers were edited by Carl Sagan and Thorton Page and published by Cornell University Press. One of the contributors was the late James E. McDonald*, an atmospheric physicist at the University of Arizona. McDonald’s basic theme was to send a rocket up the proverbial butts of the overall scientific community for their near neglect of what he (and many laypeople) consider to be one of the top scientific anomalies of the 20th Century (and now of the 21st as well) – Unidentified Flying Objects.

     

    Unfortunately, Dr. McDonald must surely be turning over in his grave because nothing has really changed since he presented that paper. Scientists and UFOs tend to party together in much the same way as oil and water mix.

     

    Now any scientist with an open mind, albeit even a skeptical mind, has to acknowledge that between five and ten percent of all UFO reports remain bona fide UFO reports after investigation and analysis by those qualified to do so. Let’s make life simple and say the bona fide UFO unknown rate is 5% (or 19 out of 20). Let’s call these the hardcore UFOs – the residue that has been sifted out from the larger picture. Now is the hardcore UFO glass 95% empty and evaporating (if 19 out of 20 of UFOs are explainable, then 20 out of 20 are) or is the hardcore UFO glass 5% full (if 19 out of 20 are explainable, then it’s just 19 out of 20 that’s been explained, full stop)?

     

    One of the main scientific arguments against UFOs being of any scientific interest is that if the substantial majority of UFO reports can be adequately explained (95%) then surely all could be if there was only sufficient information. Well, the USAF (as a typical government agency that was responsible for solving UFO sightings) had a category for ‘insufficient information’, as well as ‘possible’ this or ‘probable’ that. They also had a separate and apart category for ‘unknowns’. That is to say, they had sufficient information regarding a UFO sighting but hadn’t a clue as to what the object(s) were. That’s why they were tagged as ‘unknowns’. And that amounted to roughly five percent of all UFO sightings.

     

    Okay, 19 out of 20 UFO reports prove to have prosaic explanations. Therefore the twentieth one has one as well. Sorry, the logic just isn’t there. The first and most obvious argument is that the 20th UFO sighting has been singled out as being different because it is different. It’s like having one green apple in a basket of 19 red apples. If all you see on the surface are red apples, that don’t mean there’s not a green apple buried below, yet that’s what those who should know better conclude. Yet in reality you can’t conclude anything about the color of the apples out of sight in the apple basket until such time as you investigate and examine the color of all the apples present.

     

    Other examples where 19 out of 20 don’t equate of necessity to 20 out of 20: If you recover from the flu nineteen times in a row, that doesn’t mean you’ll recover the twentieth time. If the N.Y. Yankees will nineteen baseball games in a row, that doesn’t mean they’ll win number twenty. If you toss a coin and it lands heads nineteen times in a row, that’s no reason to believe the twentieth toss will be heads. Taking an example from real science, if 193 species of primates have fur, surely the 194th will have fur too. Alas, we’re the 194th – “The Naked Ape”.

     

    Here’s a bit of an experiment that helps demonstrate that the 20th case can be the odd one out. Say you want to find out if relatively nonporous solid objects sink in fresh water. So you have a large bucket of fresh water, and into that bucket you toss an ordinary coin; a lump of glass; a lump of coal; a rock; a plastic comb; a brick; a lump of gold; a diamond; a china plate; a ball bearing; some copper wire; a piece of bone; a bit of cloth; a bowling ball; a CD; some lead shot; an aluminum ingot; a large salt crystal and a clam shell. That’s 19 items – they all sink, therefore you conclude that the next solid item you toss in will also sink – an ice cube. Oops; it’s back to the drawing board.

     

    Of course the reluctance of scientists to come to terms with the bona fide UFO hardcore is really an issue central to the sociology of science. In particular, the negative findings of the University of Colorado (Condon Committee) report (1968) have been cited as a decisive factor in the generally low level of interest in UFO activity among academics since that time. That’s despite the fact that that report couldn’t adequately explain 30% of the UFO cases it investigated. Despite that historical anomaly, UFOs for better or worse acquaint to aliens and the ETH (extraterrestrial hypothesis). There’s something about aliens that translates into little green (or gray) men, fodder for the tabloids that has an overall aura as a ‘silly season’ filler when there’s no real news around. That’s not the sort of fodder scientists like to feed on.

     

    But these UFO unknowns don’t have to be of necessity something that equates to alien intelligence therefore the UFO ETH.

     

    Okay, maybe the hardcore UFOs are time travellers from our future – that’s one alternative. But then hardcore UFO unknowns aren’t clustered around significant historical events that would be must sees – the bread-and-butter of that time travel industry – to tourists and historians from our future.

     

    An early UFO ETH theory was that UFOs were actual living but non-intelligent organisms that lived in outer space but now and again would dip into our atmosphere. No biologist could actually explain how such creatures could survive, far less thrive, in the harsh conditions of outer space. So, fluffy critters from outer space without benefit of a spaceship aren’t a likely option.

     

    Some suggest that the hardcore represent some sort of totally new natural phenomena, except there’s no even theoretical underpinning for new natural phenomena, and after six decades, well that’s a total failure to come to terms with an easy way out of the hardcore mess. However, natural phenomena wouldn’t exhibit intelligent behaviour in any event, which the hardcore UFOs do. That’s why they often tend to be the hardcore. Yet, still there’s this observation about one UFO case studied by the University of Colorado under government contract to the USAF, headed by Dr. Edward Condon. The Condon Report, as it became known had this to say: “…this unusual sighting should therefore be assigned to the category of some almost certainly natural phenomenon, which is so rare that it apparently has never been reported before or since.” You’d think that would whet the appetite of any scientist eager to make a major discovery that leads to the road to Stockholm (and a Nobel Prize). Apparently that’s just not the case. Hardcore UFO sightings, even as an apparent natural phenomenon are taboo.

     

    Regardless, ET, space critters, time travellers, unknown natural phenomena, whatever, scientists cannot claim the hardcore UFO issue settled while those unknowns remain. They are derelict in their duty by ignoring them, hoping they’ll just ‘go away’. It’s not good enough for scientists to say ‘if 19 out of 20, therefore 20 out of 20, and go on their merry way washing their hands of the otherwise reality that that logic is faulty. They need to prove that assertion, not ignore it. Translated, they’ve got to put up or shut up. 

     

    Some might claim that it’s the alleged nature of the unknowns as claimed by the believers that puts the onus on them to prove their case. That would be so if they claimed the hardcore UFO unknowns were proof that UFOs were piloted by ET. However, while a few sprout that line (and if they do they should put up or shut up), a majority of pro-UFO people, believers if you will, just point to the unknowns as evidence (not proof – evidence and proof are two different things) that supports the UFO ETH. Unfortunately, if the UFO ETH is really true, proof of that tends to be out of the hands of the believers since if ET doesn’t want to be caught out, he/she/it won’t be – that’s the advantage of having advanced intelligence. You outsmart lesser intelligence. So the lesser intelligence needs the cooperation (or an unintended slipup – Roswell?) of the greater alien intelligence, and we’re not getting it. Of course if there is really no ET associated with the hardcore UFO residue, then that explains that. 

     

    But nearly all UFO believers just really believe that there’s a case to be answered for that lone 20th hardcore UFO event, regardless of what the explanation turns out to be. And the best people to find out that explanation(s) are scientists, yet scientists ignore the challenge as they did in Dr. McDonald’s day; as they continue to do well into the 21st Century.  

     

    *McDonald, James E.; Science in default: twenty-two years of inadequate UFO investigations; (in) Page, Thornton & Sagan, Carl (Editors); UFO’s: A Scientific Debate; Cornell University Press, Ithaca, New York; 1972; pages 52-122.

    Science librarian; retired.

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  • Why UFO Secrecy and a High Level of Security Classification

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    Posted in UFO Sighting on June 12th, 2015 by Ryqn Roswell

    I was puzzled for a long time, about UFO secrecy, I mean why is it classified as being Above Top Secret, with a level of classification higher then atomic bomb secrets. I can see why some of the secrecy exists, when it comes to developing new military aircraft and other such craft, as is needed for national security reasons.

    But as I became more and more aware that the UFO – Alien enigma, was really a satanic and demonic plan, it became clear why the level of secrecy was so high. The main goal of the UFO – and Alien planners that are in the ‘Know’ of the plan, know that this is a battle for the souls of all mankind.

    There are two main types of military personnel or groups that are involved with the UFO Phenomena, one group is those that are in the so called ‘Know’, these are the top brass that are communication one on one with the fallen angels, themselves and realize what the true UFO and Alien agenda is about. These men, or women, are promised and given earthly desires such as military powers, money, and numerous other gratuity for their service to these demonic forces. These men or women would quite probably be murdered or have their families kidnapped or worse if they revealed the true UFO agenda to the public. The fallen angels and demons masquerading as aliens, know that this agenda is a major part of the ‘Great Deception’ against Christians and Jesus Christ, and they will do anything they can to make their plans come about.

    What is sad to me, is this is another reason I believe Jesus states in the Holy Bible, in Mark 8:36 – ‘For what shall it profit a man, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul?’, I ask anyone who is in the ‘Know’ about the UFO and Alien Agenda, to read that little passage over and over, and think about it. The time we all have on this Earth is very short, is a few years of earthly pleasure, worth an eternity in Hell. Why serve created beings, when you can serve the glorious Creator, and be on the winning side, remember Satan and his forces have already lost, their fate is sealed, don’t make yours the same fate.

    Another group is those that believe they are working along with real aliens from some other planet, and they will keep quiet because they are given technology, for their part of the service. This high ranking classified type of work, also gets power, money, etc. To revel this so-called alien technology to the public, would result in a dishonorable discharge from the military, losing ones pension or retirement funds, and quite possibly long prison sentences, or worse.

    I believe the main source or plan for the UFO – Alien secrecy classification comes from Satan and his fallen angels, and the demons, then it filters down to the top leaders, and military commanders, and then those involved in the hidden, or black-operations as they are called. The government controls the media, so it’s not hard to issue a disinformation campaign against those that report ufo accounts, especially when the government can pull or cancel a television stations license.

    The veil of silence, secrecy, disinformation and ridicule is slowly being removed, as more and more UFO’s are appearing around the world. This is because the world is slowly becoming brainwashed into thinking that UFO’s and Aliens are real, in that we are being visited by real extraterrestrial beings from another planet. Once the mainstream of human consciousness becomes attuned to the alien (demonic) agenda, there will be a worldwide UFO event or unveiling, which I believe will be the ‘Great Deception; that Jesus talked about in the Holy Bible.

    There is a website that has information on angels, fallen angels, ufos, secret groups, aliens, alien abductions, NWO, one world government, and much more, the website is called: The Great Deception, and can be found at this url: http://www.great-deception.com

    By Robert W. Benjamin

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  • The Tug-of-War of UFO Disclosure

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    Posted in UFO Sighting on June 9th, 2015 by Ryqn Roswell

    Why does the US government continue to conceal the truth about UFOs and ETs? Is it truly ignorant of the UFO presence above and on the Earth? Or has it been keeping watch of the UFO phenomenon because it believes the public is not ready to know the truth? Why is it proliferating disinformation instead of real information? Why won’t our own government disclose the truth? Does it not trust us? Obviously not.

    “It appears that there or at least 16 different American intelligence agencies. Can we be expected to believe that none of them are involved in collecting and evaluating data about flying saucers? Wouldn’t the FBI be hearing things? They certainly had files on UFO organizations, rock stars, and so on?” (Stanton Friedman, Flying Saucers and Science)

    If anything, these intelligence agencies are involved in concealment of whatever information they have collected. But they can’t conceal everything. They can’t control the individuals who have experienced sightings or abductions or any kind of alien contact. They can try to silence them, which they have attempted over the years. But the truth always gets out. The reality always prevails, although not always in full. There will always be the deceitful circulation of disinformation and propaganda. So what we’ve got here is a failure of full disclose. What we’ve got is an ongoing tug-o-war between “we the people” and Uncle Sam.

    Although the government still endeavors to instigate concealment, a large percentage of the truth has been disclosed already. But not by our government. The truth has been disclosed by UFO and alien sighters and abductees for the most part. Many individuals have had close encounters of the third and fourth kind. They have either seen evidence of extraterrestrials up close or have been abducted by them. Distant sightings of UFOs that may be flying hubcaps and so forth naturally are discounted.

    Approximately 50% of the American population believes in UFOs and ETs. The other 50% either doesn’t want to know or just doesn’t believe. Many people know the truth is out, but it’s just not in the mainstream yet. You don’t hear about it in the News, not in the conventional newspapers, TV, or radio. But you will hear about it in the tabloids, underground magazines, web sites, late-night talk shows (like Coast to Coast AM), and so forth. Plus scads of books have been written on the subject, usually by researchers and investigators and eyewitnesses.

    The government is ignoring all of us who knows the cat is out of the bag. They discredit all those who know the truth. There are too many eyewitnesses of UFO’s and ETs, and countless researchers and investigators have been reporting these findings. The UFO community is large and growing, but the US government denies them any credibility and shames them for what they know. The government would rather foist them off as hoaxers and liars, or just delusional.

    Perhaps a large percentage of UFO sightings are indeed hoaxes. Anybody can spray paint a Frisbee silver, throw it up into the sky and take a snapshot of it. And anybody can tell a grim tale that they were abducted by aliens. But many of the actual abductees have proof in or on their bodies, such as implants or various markings on their skin, and psychological scars, and so forth. But as usual, the debunkers are ready to debunk them all.

    Stanton Friedman explains, “Still, there are noisy negativists who still insist there is no cover-up.” In other words, people who blindly spout no real government cover-up exists, that we’re imagining such conspiracies, have got their heads in the sand. They’re flat-out in denial. All I can say is, let’s open our eyes, so we can see what’s out there. The truth is out there!

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  • Team Fastrax Skydive Causes UFO Sightings in Columbus, Ohio

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    Posted in UFO Sighting on June 1st, 2015 by Ryqn Roswell


    Columbus, Ohio (PRWEB) July 10, 2013

    After the completion of the races at Scioto Downs on July 6th, Team Fastrax performed their famous night pyrotechnics show. They exited the plane around 9:45pm at 12,500 ft. The team members were in freefall for about 25-30 seconds followed by 5 minutes of canopy flying. Shortly after, videos and tweets about UFO sightings in Columbus started popping up. Official photos from the race and skydive can be seen on the Scotio Downs Facebook Page.

    As reported by 10TV, on 07/07/2013, the show caused reports of strange lights to pop up all over Franklin, Pickaway, and surrounding counties. One of the suggested UFO videos, can be seen on YouTube Here. In it, you can hear speculation on what the lights could be, including a suggestion that men were flying around on jet packs.

    John Hart, owner of Start Skydiving, and member of Team Fastrax, said, “The pyrotechnics show is one of our most exciting performances, and we always cause UFO sightings. It is an amazing site to behold, whether up-close or far away, so I can see where these reports come from. The funny thing is, people still don’t believe us when we take credit for their sightings.”

    This isn’t the first time they’ve caused a stir. In 2009, UFO sightings broke out all over Cincinnati due to their skydive into the UC homecoming football game, as seen on YouTube Here. And more recently, on 10/16/2012 FOX 19 reported on several sightings around their own dropzone in Middletown. According to Fox 19, Reports of UFO sightings in Middletown had picked up in pace. There was a heavy response on Twitter and even calls into the FOX19 newsroom of UFO sightings in Middletown. The latest report came in on that Monday, of an alleged sighting of at least 23 orange lights in the sky, according to some Twitter users.

    Bud Prenatt, Captain of Team Fastrax, said this about the sightings, “Team Fastrax performs night time pyrotechnic demonstration skydives all around the world about 50 times every year. We are based out of Start Skydiving in Middletown, Ohio, which explains the frequent sightings over Ohio. These displays have been reported to be seen from over 50 miles away.”

    According to Team Fastrax’s website, the Night Pyro Show is their most requested show. It consists of four TSA fireworks-licensed Team Fastrax demonstrators. They typically exit the aircraft at 5,000 to 4,500 feet above the ground. Pyro is ignited under canopy all the way to 500 feet then the demonstrators land in the target area. Fastrax also performs the flaming meteorite from 12,500 feet; spectators will see a flaming fireball for 20 seconds as the demonstrators fall 4,000 feet with the Pyro ignited, creating a fire trail more than 1,000 feet long, before breaking apart into four separate flight patterns, creating a starburst effect. Once under canopy, the demonstrators will ignite Pyro creating 100’ trails of fire until 500 feet. This show normally lasts 15 minutes.

    Team Fastrax is sponsored by Selection.com, a leading provider of criminal background checks and pre-employment screening services. They are the most ambitious professional skydiving team in the world. The team has a roster of more than twenty-nine active members, with a culmination of more than 300,000 skydives. Team Fastrax has performed exhibition skydives all over the world for audiences large and small as a patriotic display or as a product promotion.

    For questions or for an interview, contact John Hart II with Team Fastrax at jhart(at))teamfastrax(dot)org 513-484-3680.

    The Twitter photo is an actual snapshot taken from Twitter on 07/09/2013.






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