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Wednesday, August 27, 2014

The UFO Chronicles Of Monk Hsu-Yun

Monk Hsu Yun aka Xu-Yun  Credit:

The UFO Enigma has touched not only the social and cultural aspects of the human being just as well as the spiritual realm of humanity.

One spiritual influence is in the late accounts of a famous Chan Buddhist Master named Hsu Yun (Xu-Yun), who practiced Chinese Zen Buddhism and the master was known to be one of the most influential Monk during his 119 years of life on earth from 1840 to 1959.

Master Hsu-Yun chronicled and believed that his sightings of balls of fire in the mountains of Da-Lou China in 1884 had some spiritual meaning. He remarked the balls of fire in his accounts as the “wisdom lamps” or “wisdom lights” which he paid profound respect and admiration. The sighting happened on the second night of his visit, and he described the UFO as a huge ball of fire that broke down into ten different sizes which flew up and down in the night sky of the mountain. Master Hsu-Yun believed that his experience with the strange lights has a link with a higher form of consciousness and holiness. Swedish writer Sanjin Đumiŝić who discovered the information said that the case could be something more like an extraterrestrial encounter.  Read more  >>


Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Mass UFO Sighting In Houston

'Mass UFO Sighting' In Houston 'Probably Something Else' Says Sensible Scientist


The people of Houston, Texas were greeted with one of the most impressive UFO sightings ever last week after hundreds of people caught a glimpse of a circle of lights floating above the city.

The unexplained set of lights were caught on August 11 during a thunderstorm and showed a circle of lights surrounding what appeared to be a central beam. Read more >>

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

UFO sightings in West Kelowna

UFO spotted in news coverage of B.C. forest fire

By Nadine Kalinauskas | Daily Buzz 

Last month, Toronto Police received several reports of UFO sightings in North York.

In videos uploaded by Finch Street resident Sarah Chun, 36, a string of flashing diagonal lights can be seen, with a flowing object high above them.

"If it was something dangerous and we could do something under the criminal code, we might. Police would go try and check it out," Sergeant Barry White, 32 Division, told the Toronto Star. "But to actually go and investigate it further as a UFO — I don't think we would. I'm trying not to laugh!"

The sightings have yet to be explained.

Now another UFO sighting is making headlines on the west coast.

On July 17, Western Canada news organization Castanet News posted a video about the efforts to stop the Smith Creek Wildfire in West Kelowna.

The video was reposted on numerous UFO websites, with viewers especially interested in the 37-second mark.  Read more >>

Sunday, August 3, 2014

Solar flare event like 1859 due, scientists warn: Food, gas, money unobtainable


Solar flare event like 1859 due, scientists warn: Food, gas, money unobtainable

by: Roz Zurko
August 3, 2014
Apocalyptic events have been promised by all sorts of people in the past few years and the preppers have become so prevalent that they’ve got their own TV show. With the latest warning coming from scientists instead of someone with a crystal ball, you might want to take a lesson from the preppers.

Express U.K. reports on August 1 that scientists are warning of a solar storm so catastrophic that it can wipe out modern day technology and destroy life as we know it today. A solar storm like the one that hit earth in 1859 would bring civilization to a grinding halt for sure. When that massive solar storm hit over 150-years ago, very little technology existed, but what was in place at the time was thrown into turmoil.  

In 1859, the world experienced the “Carrington event.” It was a massive super storm of solar flares that had telegraph machines sparking. The little bit of electricity that was around in that era started fires and went down from the flares. Electrical operators were injured. Fire balls were seen hurling across the atmosphere and people thought it was the end of the world. While a storm of that size won't wipe out the Earth of life, it will however change the way modern day life exists today.  Read more >>