February 24, 2018

Strange Blue Rays of Light in the Sky over Hawaii

A very rare light pillar was captured on the night of February 13/14, 2018 by the Gemini skycam facing south from the top of Mauna Kea in Hawaii. Frankie Lucena who was checking the skycam came across this rarely seen event in this part of the world.

Blue Ray of Light Hawaii.

Light pillars usually occur in cold climates, so to see them this far south is indeed very rare. But not only the strange light pillar appeared over Hawaii, even stranger are the three blue rays of light that suddenly came out of nowhere.

The rare light pillar in Hawaii could be a natural phenomenon, like the amazing light pillar at sunrise photographed by our reader from Coventry in the UK on February 14, 2018. Thanks.

Light Pillar UK.

But what about the blue rays of light?

Blue Ray of Light and Light Pillar Hawaii.

Lightning, maybe but these blue rays of light are completely different from the specific lightning strikes as we know.

Blue rays of light at 0.35 sec and 036 sec in the video.

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February 23, 2018

UFO Fires Two Projectiles Into The Sun?

Secchi Stereo satellite captured two strange objects flying towards the Sun.

If you look closely at the bottom of the video, you can see how two objects appear from nowhere flying straight towards the sun.


You might think these objects are comets but according to Myunhauzen74, two comets cannot follow the same trajectory at the same moment but these two objects do follow the same trajectory at the same moment and right behind each other.

After analyzing the strange event near the sun he concluded that both objects are some sort of projectiles fired by a disguised alien craft with the aim of hitting the sun.

Below the footage and decide for yourself whether the objects are comets or projectiles fired by an alien craft.

 

February 22, 2018

Mysterious Bright Object falls from the sky over Bahia, Brazil

Residents of Salvador, the capital of Brazil's northeastern state of Bahia, reported a bright object falling from the sky with a huge flash before it exploded at low altitude on February 20, 2018.

Residents of Monte Gordo, in the district of Cama├žari in the metropolitan region of Salvador heard the explosion too.

Credit image: Canal TV Noticias - Juliana Almirante – G1.Globo.

Land owner Edinei da Silva Almeida said that he was burning vegetation when he heard the explosion. Then Mr. Edinei da Silva Almeida accompanied by his neighbors started looking in the direction of the explosion and soon they found a strange object in an area of vegetation near a material store. The object looks like iron and weighs about 2.9 kg and is 15 cm in size.

Credit images: Juliana Almirante – G1.Globo. 

While most of the experts believe that it was a small piece of a meteorite that fell to the ground, the Brazilian Meteorological Monitoring Network (Bramon) suggests there is also the possibility that a part of a rocket, which was sent by Russia to the International Space Station, may have come loose and have fallen in Bahia reports Globo.1.com.

Whatever it may have been remains a mystery for the time being.

 

February 20, 2018

Massive Ancient Underwater Caves Reveal Ancient Mayan Relics

Archaeologists who have been exploring the world's largest underwater cave, recently discovered in Mexico, presented their findings Monday, including fossils of giant sloths and an elaborate shrine to the Mayan god of commerce, reports phys.org.

Credit Image: The National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH).

Researchers discovered last month that two large networks of underwater caves in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, the cave system known as Sac Actun, once measured at 263 km (163 miles), and in fact connected with the 83 km- (52 km-) Dos Ojos system forming the largest such structure on Earth.

Diving with SCUBA gear, they have been exploring the ancient relics left in the caves over the millennia, in a project sponsored by Mexico's National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH).

Researchers believe the water level in the caves has fluctuated over time, and that they were a source of water in times of severe drought, a sometimes perilous one.

Some of the animals and humans who ventured inside never made it out alive. Today, their remains are a treasure trove for scientists, enabling them to piece together bits of the cave's history dating all the way back to the Pleistocene epoch (2.6 million to 11,700 years ago).

The animal remains include gomphotheres, an extinct elephant-like animal, as well as giant sloths and bears.

Credit Images: The National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH). 

Then there are the artifacts left inside by humans: burnt human bones, ceramics, wall etchings and more. Many others of the hundreds of sink-holes that connect to the cave have elaborate signs of ritual activity around them.

The ancient Mayans viewed caves, and especially ones that led to water, as extremely sacred places.