Are the UFOs appearing in Russia skies in Dec. 2010 Fulham’s predicted UFO wave?
by Alfred Lambremont Webre
Russian Television (RT) is now reporting UFOs beginning to appear over the skies of Russia and has released a video and news article confirming these sighting.
Former NORAD officer Stanley A. Fulham released a statement just prior to his recent death from pancreatic cancer that stated that a regional galactic governance council would begin more frequent UFO appearances in 2011, starting with “a major UFO display over Moscow between the end of the first part of January 2011 and the second week of January 2011.”
Query: Is this wave of UFO sightings now beginning over Russia part of the UFO wave predicted by Stanley A. Fulham in his final statement?
The galactic governance council, whose predicted October 13, 2010 UFO sightings over New York in fact occurred, has announced its intention via dimensional communications to both Stanley A. Fulham and a former NATO-Spanish intelligence officer to intervene in Earth’s public affairs and begin to clean the earth’s ecology to avoid its permanent collapse
Russian Television (RT): December 29, 2010
Click here or watch the video embedded in the article above to view a Russian Television report on the December 2010 UFO wave in Russia:
RT also reported the following on December 29, 2010:
UFOs begin to frequent Russian skies in December
In early December UFOs began to frequent the skies of the capital of the republic of Kalmykia, located in southern Russia. Every ten days the residents of Elista seen UFOs of unknown nature in different parts of the city.
Latest information on this phenomenon appeared on 22 December when witnesses observed this type of flying objects in different parts of Elista. So some citizens say they have seen in the sky two concentric circles spinning in opposite directions. Others speak of a triangular object radiating light.
Scientists can not give a rational explanation for these phenomena. For example, Professor of Theoretical Physics at the University of Kalmykia, Mijaliáyev Badme does not rule out the possibility of the existence of an alien civilization, but also sees no clear evidence of the existence in the appearance of UFOs in Elista sky.
Meanwhile, the ufologists say that UFOs appear in other parts of Russia.
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