Friday, December 11, 2009

Russian military flip flops - saying the Spiral Ufo Over Norway was now a failed missle

As expected - the Russian military has flip flopped today on its explanation of those lights over Norway now saying it was a failed intercontinental missile ( after denying this for days!). Due to the excessive media scrutiny caused over these amazing lights the Russians realised that people would eventually work out they launched a missile was that day .. I am sure they simply didn't want it out that their new weapons are outright duds so they denied it first off!

If you have been following my blog for some time you will come to realise the common 'flip-flop' response seen from military worldwide on Ufo events. If an event gains too much media scrutiny then its suddenly explained very away easily when originally it was unknown - funny isn't that?

Even though this sighting in Norway was spectacular - i do feel it was a rocket actually because previous videos of rockets do show similar blue ion trails (see 2nd below video). But many people may not agree with this .. what do you think?

Russia has confirmed that its latest test-firing of a new intercontinental missile ended in failure - at the same time observers witnessed the early morning light show.

The submarine-launched missile was from the Dmitry Donskoi submarine in the White Sea early Wednesday, according to Russian newspapers.

Russian defence analyst Pavel Felgenhauer said the images seen over Norway were consistent with a missile failure.

"Such lights and clouds appear from time to time when a missile fails in the upper layers of the atmosphere and have been reported before," he said.

Article source
That amazing spiral one more time.

Previous Russian Missile launch showing similar blue ion trail:

spiral on Japanese TV
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ozone said...

not even with the wildest imagination could it be a rocket or a missile. how do you explain both the white spiral in the sky with such a beautifully symmetrical design and the opening black hole and the also spiraling blue beam towards the hole. show me a pic of a rocket which looks only remotely what we saw 2 days ago! brother please!

menar said...

I fully agree with ozone.

Unless this rocket utilizes some type of totally new and before unseen technology (which I highly doubt the Russians would test out in the high north-sea) this could not be a rocket, simply because of the white spiral.

I agree that the blue trail looks suspiciously like other rocket trails, but as Ozone states: show us a picture of rocket with the same visual attributes. I guess people would be having a hard time finding something like it.

Semvhu said...

This video explains the phenomon perfectly.

Anonymous said...

Ozone is right!
Its never a rocket, no way!
This story is just createt to deny the unbelievable truth..

Anonymous said...

I don´t know what to think anymore..
Please take a look at this explanation:
Hmm.. could be a rocket after all.

Push Back said...

I agree , Has any one ever seen or saw a rocket gone bad , ever do this. Show us the videos. Come on , show us the videos. . Come on , make me eat my words.

Anonymous said...

Theory about spiral caused by rocket supposes that NO GRAVITATION effect is applied on rocket. It is impossible that the rocket zero-hover in space without the effect of gravitation and draw so perfect, non-distorted spiral for 2 minutes or it should be in zenit for observer (and the axis of spiral perpendical to ground). It must be something else, I dont know what...

Anonymous said...

all just to put people's mind's at ease, they had to think of something, there's always an explanation for everything, masters of deception, as long as people now what they see and believe that's all that count's, peace out

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