Today’s UFO incident is the Mysterious Zigzagging Lights Spotted Over Hawaii. Let’s look at what was reported. First of all, the simple fact that this happened, or was seen by people, in Hawaii is telling. Just like the strange and mysterious lights that were seen by people in the Phoenix, Arizona area, there is something telling about celestial events that occur over a population center. What do I mean by this?
Well, in short, it simply means that if this was deliberate and a choice by whoever is behind it (either the military or extraterrestrials), then they wanted it to be seen. And they wanted whatever repercussions and results come from it being seen. Because if they didn’t want it to be seen, they could have done it in the many other locations in the world that are devoid of witnesses.
Why is this significant? Well, simply ask yourself the question: Why would anyone (in this case the military, government, or whoever controls them) want the human populace to see strange things in the sky? What could possibly be gained by this? Who benefits from it? If not immediately, who benefits eventually from this? Well I’ll let you think about that one on your own. I clearly have my belief on the matter, and this type of event fits perfectly into the grand plan.
Alright, leaving motive aside for a moment, let’s return to the specifics of this story.
“Zigzagging contrails and weird lights were seen over most of Hawaii last night, prompting concerned citizens to send emergency picture texts to local newsrooms.”
Who could’ve foreseen that reaction and behavior? (Be sure to recognize sarcasm.) By the way, what the heck are “emergency picture texts”? Are local newsrooms obligated to publish picture texts from “concerned citizens” when they are deemed “emergency”? Who is it that decides which are emergency pictures and which are not?
So, was the military involved? Did they cause this?
“Although an Army spokesperson initially said it was not a military-related event, the Missile Defense Agency and the Navy now say there was a flight test at the Pacific Missile Range Facility on Kauai of a new missile defense system. The strange lights, according to the Department of Defense, were most likely caused by the sunset reflecting off of missile trails.”
Well, that clears things up, doesn’t it? I mean, there has never, ever been any controversy or mistrust of government when it comes to UFO or alien suspicions. Roswell UFO incident, anyone?
Should we be concerned that an Army spokesman, who of all people should know when to declare such broad claims of fact, was corrected/contradicted by other military authorities? Does that mean we should never accept the initial claim of the Army’s spokesmen? Why is nobody investigating this discrepancy? Why are we not evaluating the communication process within the military? Seems like that kind of communication could be rather critical.
What is really intriguing about this sequence of reports is what is implied when you layer this onto the ever common news reporting phenomenon where the initial reports reflect the truth more than the subsequent “official” stories. Which means that if we apply that pattern to this case, the army PR guy was telling the truth: the military was not involved. And if they weren’t, then ooooh it could have been aliens. But then other military groups, namely the Defense department, say oh yeah, it was us. Which would imply cover up. Nothing to see here.
But that, of course, is all speculation.