During the first week of 2012, UFO reports from around the world have increased 500%. The alien invasion is underway!
The new year of UFO sightings is off and running as the worldwide proliferation of digital video cameras and phone cams makes it easier than ever to photograph unusual sights in the sky above us.
The Colorado-based Mutual UFO Netowrk, the largest UFO investigative organization in the world, received many reports of UFOs during the first week of the year from eyewitnesses in 36 out of 50 states. Also, the U.N. Panel on Extraterrestrials has been swamped with reports of alien sightings – spaceships AND beings.
Dr. John Malley, the head of the U.N. Panel on Extraterrestrials, met with WWN to discuss the situation.
“We have predicted this for a while. This is a seminal moment in life of our planet, and our species. We have two sets of alien beings invading our planet,” Malley said. The aliens from Planet Zeeba have been arriving here since October of 2010 and are here to help heal the earth and bring peace to all people on earth. The Gootans began invading our planet in November of 2011 and they are here… well, they are here to take over.”
Dr. Susan Begley who, along with Dr. Banesh Bannerjee, works closely with Dr. Malley on the U.N. Panel, said that UFO sightings will keep increasing throughout this year. “Our job is identify each of the ships that witnesses see and then attempt to figure out if there is a plan, or a strategy being used.”
In the United States, only states have NOT reported a dramatic increase in UFO sightings. Those states are: Alaska, Arkansas, Delaware, Hawaii, Maine, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Washington, Wisconsin and Wyoming — but Dr. Malley said that by the end of January, all these states will have numerous sightings.
For the entire month of January 2011, MUFON recorded around 500 reports, and we’re already up to 839 after just the first week of 2012,” said MUFON associate director Marty Mark.
“For December, we had 1,930, compared to about 200 in December 2010,” Mark told WWN.
“Last year, we averaged over 6,000 total sightings, and if it continues at this pace, we’ll be up 5,000 percent,” he said.
According to New Zealand’s WeatherWatch.co.nz., in the first 24 hours of the new year, it received “almost 580 reports and they’re still flooding in at about 190 an hour.”
“Many people around the world have been outside celebrating the new year. In the U.S., where most of the sightings came from, conditions were fairly mild and dry in many areas, so more people were outside to see things,” weather analyst Philip Duncan said in a statement.
Here’s a sample of sightings so far this year:
Jan. 3: Two slow-moving, bright flying objects (Zeeban ships) were recorded over Sinaloa, Mexico.
Jan. 4: The skies above North Carolinawere the subject of videotape of bright objects (Gootan ships).
Jan. 5: A white-colored globe was captured on video over Mesa, Arizona.
Jan. 6: A strange, bright object was videotaped as it fell out of the sky over Wakayama, Japan. This was identified as a Zeeban ship by the U.N. Panel on Extraterrestrials.
Jan. 7: Some high-altitude glowing orbs were caught on videotape over San Antonio, Texas.
Jan. 7: On the other side of the world, two bright objects were videotaped above Minsk, Belarus.
WWN will continue to follow the alien invasion…