Archive for March, 2011
This man looks capable of making use of all the secrets of the universe…
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – No doubt Sammy Hagar, a former lead singer for Van Halen, has enjoyed a lot of far out experiences in life, but on Monday, the rocker told perhaps his farthest out tale to MTV. He was abducted by aliens.
Or, at least, his brain was.
In an interview for his new book, “Red: My Uncensored Life in Rock” at mtvhive.com, Hagar lets go of what even he admits might make him “sound like a crazy person” to some readers.
He and the reporter are talking about dreams he claims to have had about UFOs, and when asked whether he believed he had been abducted, Hagar answers: “I think I have.”
The reporter seemed surprised. “What? Really? I was kidding. You seriously believe that?” he asks.
Hagar laughs and goes on to explain that a passage in the book described as a dream in which he is contacted by aliens from outer space in California was, in fact, reality.
The tale describes how the beings tapped into his mind through a wireless connection.
“It was real,” Hagar told the reporter, according to the story on MTV’s Hive website. “They were plugged into me. It was a download situation … Or, they uploaded something from my brain, like an experiment.”
Hagar goes on to describe another experience at the age of four where he believes he saw an alien space ship in broad daylight hovering over a country field where his family lived.
The rock guitarist and vocalist is no stranger to wild times. He was a part of several bands, including Montrose, during the “sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll” era of the 1970s and 1980s, and during its heyday Van Halen was among the biggest acts in rock music.
In his book and in the interview with MTV’s Hive, Hagar lets the stories fly on the sex and drugs he did during those years, and he even has a few not-so-nice things to say about another Van Halen lead singer, David Lee Roth, whom Hagar replaced in 1985.
The full interview can be read at http://www.mtvhive.com.
It’s not my place to determine which UFO videos are legit, and which are bunk… this is a pretty standard capture of three UFOs over Chatsworth, California. I think they were scouting porn studios. But this does feature some of the silliest witness banter I’ve heard in recent memory…
With vaguely optimistic recollections of UFO sightings around Chernobyl at the time of its meltdown, I recalled that some people in the area swore that strange craft appeared, directed beams at the site, and somehow prevented further catastrophe. While our hearts and sympathies are all with the Japanese people, those on the West Coast can’t help but worry about radiated repercussions beyond that country’s borders.
There is no doubt that whatever radiation released will be downgraded and covered up, that whether or not prevailing winds will carry it to the west coast of the United States, remains to be seen. But to give an idea of how much Californians trust their government and their media, army surplus stores in Los Angeles were already sold out of potassium iodine by Saturday afternoon.
“I lived through seven years with the Marines, three years in Vietnam, I got sprayed with Agent Orange,” barked Mr. Ramirez, proprietor of the Surplus Value Center in Silverlake, when I called to see what he might have on hand. “I’m still here. People are over-reacting.” That may be so, but when was the last time anyone remembers watching video of a nuclear reactor exploding?
I recalled, also, reading about a UFO Museum in Japan, located in some out of the way place. Wouldn’t you know, it was in Fukushima. Maybe I’m deranged for getting teary-eyed looking at some tourist’s photos of the quaint museum this morning… but the naive optimist in me hopes, somehow, that the beings so lovingly recreated inside the octogonal building might shine their beams on what’s left of Fukushima.
After being inundated with images of destruction so horrific as to not be believable, these photos from the museum made me break down completely.
Every Japanese book ever published on the subject of UFOs in Japan.
Outside the museum, up a mountain, were statues of various entities, including this one, called “Meira.”
Maybe, just maybe… the Fukushima UFO Museum was located on higher ground. Stupid, I know, to be pining for something so insignificant in the wake of such destruction. But it’s not about the museum. It’s about the people who created it. Am I so desensitized? The horrors of Haiti, of Indonesia, are still with us, but their images are of people and places far away… as are these. But somehow, for me, this little museum puts a much more personal face on things.
I have to go cry now… these photos and more can be found here: http://blog.juergenspecht.com/2009/make-contact-in-the-ufo-contact-museum-in-fukushima/index.html
Fort Bragg, California – 3/3/2011 21:00
Triangular craft over Fort Bragg, California, ejects smaller craft.
“I live just south of the town of Fort Bragg, California, off of Highway 1 near the coast. I am a Cum Laude graduate of the United States Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point, New York.
I am a retired sea captain who spent 27 years at sea traversing the whole world.
On the night of March 3, 2011, I was standing in my open doorway having a cigarette when I noticed a bright red flashing light through the trees approaching from the southeast and tracking towards the northwest.
Fort Brag is the jump-off point for San Francisco area air traffic beginning or ending their Great Circle routes to and from the Far East, and we occasionally have some military flights off the coast.
So I am used to seeing air traffic, but this light was unusually large and bright to be a navigational light, so it grabbed my attention. It was a beautiful clear night with no clouds or haze.
As it approached, white lights became visible, and I saw that there were six white lights, much dimmer than the pulsing red light, in the shape of a triangle.
The red light was located between the second and third white lights on the starboard (right) side of the craft, which is the wrong side for a red navigational light.
I estimate the altitude to be between 5,000 and 10,000 feet, and it moved rather slowly, more like a propeller driven plane than a jet. It passed nearly directly overhead, at an elevation of about 80 degrees from the horizon, and I observed it for what I would estimate to be four or five minutes.
As for size, it would have filled the lower half of a full moon. I heard no sounds from it as it passed by overhead.
When its course took it offshore, it seemed to “eject” a smaller craft out of its starboard “bow”.
This craft had a smaller pulsing orange light and two small white lights.
The smaller craft continued on a northern course while the larger craft continued northwest until it disappeared from view behind some trees.”
Thank to http://www.ufocasebook.com