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Motherships Are Back!
Source: Filer's Files #14 -- 2000, April 3, 2001
Reports of large cigar or cylinder shaped UFOs are coming in from Georgia,
Colorado, California, Texas, and Washington. NASA reports that our sun
the middle of powerful coronal mass ejections that send huge geomagnetic
storms into space. The solar flare activity has been picking up
for the last
several months. Sky watchers as far south as Mexico have seen the
Lights (aurora borealis). The most recent
strongly magnetized storm began March 30th when a coronal mass ejection
struck our Earth's magnetosphere. These intense storms may be tied
sightings of the motherships in our atmosphere. Earth is a relatively
port in a solar storm. The most powerful flare of the current solar
an X17-class event that erupted near sunspot 9393 on April 2, 2001.
is more powerful than the March 1989 event that led to the collapse of
power grid in Quebec. This is the second most powerful CME in 25
increased activity may be the reason for increased mothership sightings.
Reports of large, cigar-shaped, aircraft carrier sized UFOs also known,
'motherships' appear to have started as early as 1896-7 with sightings
throughout the Midwest United States. During World War I hardly
would go by without numerous reports of German Zeppelin activity over
England, but the Germans only had one Naval Zeppelin and five Army airships
in service when war was declared. Historian Dr. David Clarke claims that
within a few months most of the Zeppelins had been destroyed or wrecked.
German records reveal Zeppelin activity was very limited anywhere near
UK, yet pilots and other military personnel reported thousands of sightings
of airships. Captain Stansfield of the trawler SS Ape and many of
on December 15, 1914, reported sighting a black airship. After the
airship records were read and all German airships were in their hangars
to bad weather. On September 6, 1914, Flight Commander C. E. Rathborne
the Felixstowe Naval Air Station, Suffolk, returned from an early morning
patrol in his seaplane to make perhaps the first report of a UFO by a
military officer. "At 5:35 AM, whilst on patrol, I sighted
steering south-southeast, with a silver-colored envelope on the horizon
flying at 1,300 feet, 27 miles south of Orfordness." Scottish
Intelligence estimated the total number of reports of "enemy signaling"
as high as 2,000 during 1914 alone. By January 31, 1916, nine Naval
Zeppelins had been built and were ordered to bomb central England.
Zeppelin scares and rumors generated thousands of reports of phantom
airships, that, based on their records, seldom ever flew near England.
appears many of the reports may have been UFOs. See Strange Daze
Commander Graham Bethune just returned from the Nevada UFO Conference
British author Nick Redfern spoke regarding World War II documents that
just released by the Public Records Office in the United Kingdom.
records revealed that a fleet of flying discs -- called 'Foo Fighters'
were launched from huge cigar-shaped mothercraft during B-17 daylight
over Germany in 1943. The huge aircraft-carrier sized mothership
a flight of B-17 bombers launching its discs in front of the B-17 amazed
aircrews. Another report by two RAF fighter pilots saw a similar
'mothercraft' sitting on the ground.