At the beginning of 2010, I paid Google AdWords $300+ for roughly 30 inbound links for my own small website business. I learnt the value of one link the hard way, so there’s no way am I linking to any UFO Hoaxer for free. No matter what their agenda. . .
A lot of people are raving about the new Jerusalem’s Dome of the Rock / Wailing Wall UFO videos. They’ve pretty much gone viral. Google “Jerusalem UFO” and check them out. I’m sure you will also agree that they are fake. You’ve probably already seen them on TV. Dis-informing the public and relegating UFO discussion back to the giggle room.
The reason why I’m not linking to the (4 at last count) Jerusalem UFO videos goes beyond financial. I believe the hoaxed vids were put up with the intention of obfuscating a truth. Perhaps it was to keep UFOs in the media ahead of the high budget Hollywood films that are coming. Perhaps it was a decoy, while some covert UFO-like defense craft was being tested in another part of the world. I’m not dead sure what the actual truth is, in this case, but SOMETHING else – something a lot more interesting did appear above the skies of “Kazakhstan” at the exact same time as the Jerusalem hoax went viral …
Now I’m not really sure about this. It looks very similar to the Norway spiral – which was instantly explained away as an out of control rocket. I’m 95% certain that it was. Lots of man-made stuff breaks.
Here’s a great Australian story about another night time sky spiral, this one seen on the east coast of Australia.
Looks like it’s all nice and tight.
These spirals are obviously test rockets, venting fuel and spinning out of control, right? It makes sense. UFOs don’t vent anything. If they even exist, they work on zero point energy or dark energy or gravity directors – things we don’t understand. They don’t emit smoke. Just maybe, these spirals are wormholes? … Maybe. I’m 95% certain all these sky spirals are out of control rockets. Occam’s Razor. Right?
I do have a 5% niggling doubt. Just a smidgey, niggley, itchy little suspicion.
A small part of me (5%) thinks that the proliferation of these recent sky spirals may actually be evidence of something else. What, I don’t know. Check out these vids for yourself. There’s a whole bunch more on YouTube and I’m finding them all ab-so-lute-ly fascinating. I mean – why are all these rockets suddenly spinning out of control? Didn’t Hitler’s Nazis sort that stuff out with the Americans in 1946?
And why are so many badly made rockets being fired at all ?
A lot of doorway sites are currently promoting the Jerusalem videos with a vehemence that I’ve not seen. To me, this is very suspicious. When the balloons flew over New York back in October 2010, I was happy to believe they were balloons. It also looked nice and tight. When I heard that the NY Airport Observation Deck was evacuated due to a gas leak – at the exact same time, something didn’t smell right. In fact, something smelt very similar to swamp gas!
So, like a good iconoclast, I sided with the UFO story and Stanley Fulham’s prediction. Made everything seem like a lot more fun.
What do you reckon?
Ed. Heeeyyy. Steady on Man. A lot of people think those Jerusalem Sacred Rock UFOs are real. What makes you think they are hoaxes?
I hear you.
Here’s why I think they’re not even worth investigating ….
Why the Jerusalem UFO Videos are a Hoax
- No non-YouTube witnesses
This is always the most important red flag. While TV stations will air anything on video, significant UFO appearances like this are often witnessed by tens – if not hundreds of people
- Real UFO vids tend to be long and boring.
Because they are not animated. A real UFO observer randomly finds a UFO in their field of vision (they have no idea where it’s going to be in the frame – unlike the Jerusalem UFO hoax video) and starts shooting. Or they rifle throuh old photos / videos and find something unexpected. Animating a fake UFO is a frame by frame effort. Keeping your hoax nice and short saves a lot of frame by frame manipulation.
- Video Webcams of the area revealed nothing.
- The 3rd Jerusalem video uses a wiki-commons image
A night time image from wiki-commons serves as the backdrop.
- The spacecraft’s movement is all wrong.
When real UFOs move, they often appear to blink out. That’s because they’re MOVING OUT at speed. A video camera isn’t going to capture a lot of this movement unless the craft is hovering or slowly surveying an area.
- Too many UFO stereotypes in only a few seconds
This video has; typical white UFO lights, red lights, fast moving objects, flickering lights – all borrowed ideas from REAL UFO footage.
- Bad acting
Videographers are either; too surprised, too complacent or just plain awful.
- Obsevers in frame
More often than not, hoaxers can’t hire real actors or a cast of thousands, so they usually just shove a friend or two in front of the camera. And it goes without saying – NEVER cast your best friend in a film. Too many Hollywood films have died by this decision.
Like the “Balloon” story, I believe the Jerusalem UFO hoax is a calculated decoy.
In my opinion, they are nothing but a massive hoax. But there seems to be a lot more to it. It’s as if almost every news stream is showing the video. The original videos (now there are four and even some daytime UFO stories are surfacing) have been uploaded to YouTube under unique YouTube names, but there is no additional information about who shot the video, where, when and the comments are locked so nobody can give feedback. Hoaxers pretty much always lock comments.
I’ll let you do the detective work. But hopefully this will appear somewhere in a search for Jerusalem UFO and go some way to dilute the hoax.
A Great Video
About the Temple Mount UFO hoax.