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Saturday, June 16, 2012

Extraterrestrial visitor news

A new UFO photograph has been published by Share International magazine. It was taken at Alton Barnes, Wiltshire (UK) on the 12th June 1999. The image on the photograph is said to be that of a spaceship from Jupiter. It appears to be hovering over a wheat field, blinking between dimensions. Seen from above, the craft seems to have one straight surface and one curved surface. The turbulence visible around it may be either crop dust or water-vapour / cloud camouflage.

This part of Wiltshire (in England, UK) is often the location of large agriglyph manifestations (crop circles). The Jovian UFO, however, is a surprise. It is said that most agriglyphs are manifested by Martian and Venusian lightships considerably smaller that the Jovian one in the photograph. This picture can be viewed in context at Share International Magazine here. And some agriglyphs photographed at Alton Barnes in recent years can be viewed here, here, here, here, and here.

In the run-up to the 21st December 2012,
we are likely to be meeting more and more distinguished visitors from afar. Our politicians and their covert security minders will find it increasingly difficult to keep news of these visits from us.


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The reality and work of the Space Brothers
An interview with Benjamin Creme of Share International


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The consciousness of the angels

Introducing an angel based in Europe

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Extraterrestrial symbols of spiritual protection


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