Silence of a Michigan UFO reflects psychic nature of ET contact
Michigan’s Flint Journal reported on Dec. 7, 2012, how a new video recorded in Grand Blanc Township shows a UFO captured on a cellular phone camera in low-altitude flight. In the graphic soundtrack, perplexed witnesses can be heard making repeated claims that what they’re observing is “not an airplane.”
The silence of the UFO as it draws near and moves overhead further compounds the mystery of an object evidently moving under powered, controlled flight; one that emits no displays like those required under FAA regulations, only two glowing orbs with a third strobing light visible in the final frames.
Witness and videographer Jeff Holko told one local reporter how the UFO ““almost had no structure to it. You could almost see through the light,”” concluding “"There was no definitive shape. It was almost like when you would look at it ... it was the shape of a wedge or a disk."”
The Journal explains that what is shown in the recording represents the first video-captured UFO incident from what is described as a flood of UFO reports that have emerged from Genesee County in recent weeks.
This is just one of the top UFO news stories covered on this morning’s UFOAM, a live broadcast over YouTube that also featured reports and analysis of testimony from witnesses who claim to have seen military jets in pursuit of UFOs over both Kentucky and Missouri in the last seven days.
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Click here to watch “UFOAM: Today’s Top UFO News for Dec. 7, 2012,” featuring news of UFOs over Michigan, Kentucky and Missouri plus an examination of the legal controversies surrounding Paradigm Research Group executive director Stephen Bassett and his Citizen Hearing on Disclosure to be held in Washington, D.C. from April 29 to May 3, 2013.
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This morning’s UFOAM also reviewed the testimony of Bruce Cornet, Ph.D., who (in a 1995 letter to a Harvard faculty committee) described details from his many contacts with UFOs and ETs that persist in significance for skywatchers of today.
The former Deputy Administrator for Robert Bigelow’s now-disbanded National Institute for Discovery Science (NIDSci) wrote the letter in a reported effort to defend the late Dr. John Mack against charges of professional misconduct.
John Edward Mack, M.D. was a Pulitzer Prize-winning biographer and a professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School whose work with experiencers reporting contact with ETs led to an open-ended investigation of his conduct under a secret peer committee appointed by the school’s dean.
According to a biography published on the John E. Mack Institute website, public revelation of the existence of the committee led to questions from the academic community regarding the validity of such an administrative procedure. In the wake of this controversy, a written statement was issued by Harvard reaffirming both Dr. Mack’s academic freedom as well as his membership in good standing with the Harvard Faculty of Medicine.
In other, related news, website TheIntelHub.com reported Dec. 5, 2012, how all MUFON and FAA reported UFO cases are now being deferred to Robert Bigelow’s Bigelow Aerospace.
Story continues in the Vancouver UFO Examiner for Examiner.com.