UFO Sightings Now Confirmed By Officials As Being On The Rise
There were numerous sightings from around the world this weekend of what all witnesses are claiming were UFO’s, which confirms new beliefs that UFO sighting are on the increase.
The first story comes to us from Peru, where a man uploaded to YouTube shows footage of members of a broadcast team, specializing in UFOs react to not one but two UFO’s appear and disappear in the immediate vicinity of each other.
Moments later, they were able to see the UFO again, allowing for the opportunity to record it and capture greater details on the supposed craft, which apparently changed shapes, as explained by one of the 5 witnesses to the phenomenon.
The next sighting happened in Argentina, where a Google Street View user supposedly caught pictures of a UFO.
A resident of Neuquén claims they were using the renowned street and route-mapping system whose photographs make up one of the Internet’s most significant search engines recorded images, when the controversial image was discovered, at El Cholar in the northern end of the province.
Though some pass the image off as merely a bird caught in mid-flight, but many others leave open the possibility of an extraterrestrial origin.
These latest sighting collaborate the most recent report, from departments within the USSR Academy of Sciences in which they now tend “to agree” with the Soviet leadership that UFO reports are on the rise and have agreed to create a research program for anomalous atmospheric phenomena.
The Military-Industrial Commission that had ordered this research, created two UFO research centers, one in the USSR Academy of Sciences, the other in the USSR Defense Ministry, which are to aid in each other’s research and exchange information.
According to Russian UFO expert and author Mikhail Gershtein, those in charge of the academic research of the SETKA program basically weeded out and cast aside the genuine enthusiasts of the UFO research involved in the SETKA-AN. Enthusiasts of ufology were to be controlled, and were allowed to work only on the assigned projects, and no leakage of information to be tolerated.