Thursday, July 10, 2014

Are Increased UFO Sightings Signs of a Coming Big Global Event?

As a UFO investigator for over 30 years, and working as the Assistant State Director for Missouri MUFON since 2010 I've noticed a trend in UFO sightings. They are increasing exponentially across the globe and especially in certain places we all "UFO Hot Spots."

Missouri is one of those hot spots. Missouri is continually in the top four states in the nation the past four years for UFO activity. California, Texas, and Pennsylvania are commonly in the top three. The places in Missouri that have the most UFO and orb sightings are Springfield and south to the Arkansas border, Columbia, St. Louis, Rich Hill, and Eastern Jackson County which includes Independence, Raytown, Blue Springs, and Lee's Summit.

Mississippi River at flood stage
Strangely, the types of UFOs being seen used to be craft of different shapes but as of the past few months the most common type are orbs. Orbs can include what are described as balls of light, flaming fireballs, or just lights. Speculation as to what these balls of lights are runs from probes from a larger ship, spirits, or even tiny craft. Some photos taken by me and other investigators actually show what look like small alien being inside the craft (see photos in my upcoming book The Kansas City UFO Flap). If these are indeed tiny beings inside small craft or probing orbs, what are they hear for and why are they seen in larger numbers than before?

Many ufologists believe that it is a sign that something big is about to happen. What that could be is anybody's guess, but I think it has to do with international disclosure that aliens exist and are here on Earth, as well as a large natural disaster about to take place. The hot spot in Missouri may have to do with the New Madrid Fault, which according to geologists, is on a 75-year cycle and now overdue for a large quake. This is the site of the 1811-1812 quakes which rocked the area constantly for four months, caused the Mississippi river to flow backward and change its route, and rang church bells were felt as far away as Boston.

Earthquake fissure filled with intruded sand, formed
at the time of the New Madrid earthquake.
Mississippi County, Arkansas, 1904.
From an article on the USGS website: "On December 15, 1811, John Bradbury, a Scottish naturalist, was headed down the Mississippi River with a party of boatmen. They were tied up for the night just upstream from the Chicksaw Bluffs (the future Memphis) and Bradbury was fast asleep when "a most tremendous noise" panicked the group. "All nature seemed running into chaos," he later wrote, "as wild fowl fled, trees snapped and river banks tumbled into the water." Bradbury recorded twenty-seven shocks."Called the New Madrid Earthquake, largely because New Madrid (Missouri) was the closest settlement, the quake acturally began along the Saint Francis River in Arkansas some sixty-five miles southwest of New Madrid. Bradbury was closer to the epicenter than the residents of the town of New Madrid who were awakened by shaking houses and falling chimneys".

Damage by the 1874 separate quakes between December and March, and the epicenter moved closet to New Madrid. In February, 1812 the residents deserted the area which had become uninhabitable.
The 1811-1812 earthquakes were a continuation in a series of quakes noted in 1699, 1776, 1779, 1792, 1795, and 1804, with some of these possibly being stronger than the later earthquakes.

The USGS said that "If another quake of the magnitude of the New Madrid Quake of 1811 should hit the region, it would be the worst natural disaster in American history. Especially vulnerable are buildings of brick and concrete. Almost all of downtown Memphis would fall. The highways and interstate systems would be shattered and bridges destroyed. Massive gas line ruptures would threaten life and property. If the Mississippi River were already near flood stage, the destruction of levees could result in the flooding of perhaps a quarter of the state (of Arkansas). Overall the loss of life could run into the hundreds of thousands."

Ufologists have long known that balls of light are often seen prior to earthquakes. Perhaps this is a factor with the orb sightings in Missouri and surrounding states. Certainly, if a big earthquake did happen near New Madrid, the entire U.S. or even the world would be affected. Perhaps this is an explanation for the increase in UFO activity around the globe.
When remote-viewing future events I have continually seen a very large, possibly 10.0 earthquake at New Madrid which affects the entire globe. It causes other faults to shift on the opposite side of the world. Massive flooding occurs, especially along the south part of the Missouri river in Missouri, and along the Mississippi river from St. Louis to New Orleans. These visions continue to be more frequent and more detailed since they started three years ago. As for me, I'm doing all I can to be prepared for such a disaster, and I suggest that others do the same. I hope this never happens but the odds are, unfortunately, that it will. See more information at

Get a copy of Putting Down Roots in Earthquake Country—Your Handbook for Earthquakes in the Central United States by the U.S. Geological Survey contributors: Richard Dart, Jill McCarthy, Natasha McCallister, and Robert A. Williams

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