shiny, metallic, spherical objects were spotted hovering over Manhattan, causing a panic on the street with locals who thought that they were witnessing a scene out of a Hollywood alien movie. The incident, occurring at around 1:30 pm Eastern time, also resulted in the temporary shut down of major airports. Although experts and other skeptics seem to believe that the objects were just balloons catching the sun light on a clear day, one author (and former North American Aerospace Defense Command officer) thinks this is just the beginning of a series of alien warnings to the human race.
According to a September 13 press release for the book Challenges of Change by retired U.S. Air Force and NORAD officer (and apparent clairvoyant) Stanley A. Fulham, he predicted that a fleet of UFOs would descend upon Earth's major cities on Wednesday, October 13. Fulham stated the extraterrestrials would neither land nor make any communication with Earth on Wednesday, but their presence would be "the first in a series intended to avert a planetary catastrophe resulting from increasing levels of carbon-dioxide in the earth's atmosphere dangerously approaching a 'critical mass.' [...] They are aware from eons of experience with other planets in similar conditions their sudden intervention would cause fear and panic." He says their contact with Earth is part of their process of leading mankind into accepting the "alien reality and technologies for the removal of poisonous gases from the earth's atmosphere in 2015, if not sooner." Fulham says that he has been communicating with the alien beings for over a decade.
Federal Aviation Commission state that the objects remain unidentified and have even downplayed the scare. Regardless of what you may believe, there has been rampant UFO discussion within mainstream news as of late. This year alone, there have been several UFO sightings over China, Great Britain released hundreds of previously classified "UFO files," and there was even UFO sightings earlier this year near my home town in New Jersey.
This news story initially gained my interest due to the description of the aircrafts as "shiny, cylindrical, metallic objects." Believe it or not, I too saw a similar object off the beach in San Diego a few months ago. The object seemed to be made of a thin metal, about 5 feet in diameter, and was hovering over the ocean in the middle of the day, moving across the sky at a slow, but constant and consistent speed, before dropping down and vanishing into the ocean. Along with my beautiful companion/lifelong love mate, we tried to locate the object in the breaking waves, but were unsuccessful. We both saw the article this morning and were amazed by the similarity in the description of the aircraft to the one we saw a few months back.
Could these sightings be just another drone aircraft by one of the So-Cal based defense companies and drone manufacturers, Northrop Grunman or General Atomics? Maybe it's a bird? A plane? Or could Stanley Fulham actually know something? Personally, I believe in nothing, and I believe in everything. Are nothing and everything really the same thing? Will we ever know the truth? Fuggin? Suggin? Both?