Conceptual Bagua temple parallels reported ET base on UFO Mountain
By Jon Kelly UFO Examiner
Tai Chi movements and infrared video explore concepts from Taoist cosmology alongside luminous phenomena witnessed on Mt. Adams, Washington in this week’s episode of UFO Mountain. Chinese perceptions of an ET presence were also highlighted today in news from The Canadian describing how China’s Chang'e 2 lunar probe imaged what appears to be an extraterrestrial base on the moon.
In a story covered by Google News it is reported how "China will be releasing Hi Res images taken by the Chang'e-2 moon orbiter, which clearly show buildings and structures on the moons (sic) surface … China is moving toward full disclosure of the Extraterrestrial reality … releasing all the data and images from the Chang'e-2 in the coming weeks and months, lets (sic) hope this is the beginning of a new era."
Parallel testimony from Disclosure Project witness former United States Air Force sergeant Karl Wolfe states how he learned in 1965 that NASA had discovered a base on the far side of the moon composed of structures including “mushroom-shaped buildings, spherical buildings and towers.”
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UFO Mountain is the weekly online UFO documentary series that explores ET contact at the ECETI Ranch and the reported UFO base inside of Mt. Adams. The series focuses on multi-camera video evidence and the testimony of renowned UFO videographer and contactee, James Gilliland, the founder of Enlightened Contact with ExtraTerrestrial Intelligence (ECETI). Since opening in 1986, the ECETI Ranch has facilitated contact events for thousands of people from around the world.
The online series is written, directed and produced by Jon Kelly, a former CBS Radio feature producer with #1-rated US television experience.
In the fourth installment of UFO Mountain, ECETI’s James Gilliland describes lights on Mt. Adams as “something out of the ordinary” while 3CCD and digital night vision video show multiple incidents of illuminations exceeding the visibility range of portable battery powered spotlights.
“Some of the things I’ve seen up there. Middle of winter when there’s no hikers up there right after a major snowstorm. There’s nothing up there. That whole area is a Wilderness Area. I don’t want to rule out any possibilities, but [their] being 13 miles away and the size of the lights. It looks like something out of the ordinary.”
The lights described by Mr. Gilliland are not stationary but demonstrate a seemingly extraordinary high motility. “We’ve watched those lights move all over the mountain. Move off of glaciers, off of sheer cliffs, huge lava faces, down across lava beds with massive boulders. There’s no vehicle that could do that.”
A three million candlepower spotlight is perhaps the largest light source that could be practically transported by climbers who seasonally frequent the slopes of the third highest peak in the Cascade Mountain range. These lights are generally rated for visibility at a range of three miles, ten miles short of the observation point 13 miles south at ECETI Ranch from where they are being seen and videotaped.
[In a strange series of involuntary keystrokes, this reporter accidentally typed the word “nukes” in place of “miles” when first constructing the above sentence. Coincidence?]