BEST OF TST 2/24/23 - Invasion the Next Collective Hysteria

BEST OF TST 2/24/23 - Invasion the Next Collective Hysteria
31 de mar. de 2024 · 2h

BEST OF: The gates and walls of reality seem to be collapsing and our reality seems to be merging with other realities.  A 2022 Netflix film called White Noise, about...

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The gates and walls of reality seem to be collapsing and our reality seems to be merging with other realities. 

A 2022 Netflix film called White Noise, about a train carrying toxic chemicals derailing in a small Ohio town, was brought to life when on February 3, 2023, a train carrying toxic chemicals derailed in the same town, East Palestine, Ohio, which was used for filming the movie crash.

Some may remember the United Airlines engine that fell onto a neighborhood in Colorado back in February 20, 2021, almost twenty years to the date of the release of Donnie Darko on January 19, 2001. 

The movie Independence Day, released July 3, 1996, also seemed to predict the appearance of a city-sized UFO, which manifested in Phoenix as the infamous ‘Phoenix Lights’ on March 13, 1997. 

Now with UFOs being shot down in Deadhorse, Alaska, Yukon, Canada, and over Lake Huron, and another detected in Montana, we are learning that at least one of them had “strings hanging off” of it like Jordan Peele’s monster-UFO in the movie Nope which was released on July 22, 2022. The Lake Huron UFO was taken down on February 11, 2023. Such a craft reminds us of the 1956 White Sands story of AF sergeant Jonathan P. Lovette who was seen by Major William Cunningham being picked up by some kind of serpentine arm dangling from a silver disc.

This all has to mean something. It also reminds us of Kenneth Arnold, who on June 24, 1947, witnessed several aircraft near Mount Rainier that he later described as flying “like a saucer would if you skipped it across the water." Kenneth Arnold was soon asked to investigate the June 21, 1947, Maury Island Incident in Washington State. Both cases took place weeks before the July 7-8, 1947, Roswell incident, of which it was famously reported that the Army Air Force “Captures Flying Saucer.” Before Arnold most UFO reports were of ghost rockets, foo fighters, and cigar-shaped craft by both the military and civilians. Just weeks after his sighting, however, a flying saucer supposedly crashed in Roswell as part of a series of additional crashes. That debris was, of course, called a weather balloon to take our attention away from questioning otherworld origins, and now 75 years later after a spy balloon was shot down of the coast of South Carolina there is renewed interest in the sky, which has resulted in numerous UFOs being detected and shot down. Some also noticed these UFOs are sort of like tic tacs. But we are not calling them UAPs and instead reverting back to UFO. Why? And is our perception of such things also manifesting them? Some are cylindrical and silver, interfere with electronics, and evade radar. Others are octagonal and maybe even evade missiles. Are they probes or drones, test by our enemies or by aliens, or just stunts to make the White House look good, and to obtain more money to investigate UAPs. Perhaps this is just the next collective hysterical reaction to respond to something harmless or misunderstood. 
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