February 14, 2007

UFOs over Navajo

UFO Sightings:  Craft Over Navajo Nation, Phoenix Lights Return?Approximately two weeks before the Feb. 6 incident, and at the same time of the evening, an unusual flying object was spotted over the Navajo Nation in northeastern Arizona. Near the small town of Leupp, local people reported a bright light and a flying object that was variously reported as disc or circular-shaped and as triangle-shaped.

Winslow Mail reporter Rebecca Schubert quoted witnesses in her Jan. 31 article headlined “Large UFO spotted near Winslow: Northern Arizona Navajos watch a strange ship fly around for over an hour.”

8 comments:

writerfella said...

Writerfella here --
UFOs are an old story over Native lands and settlements. writerfella himself has seen such objects at least five times since 1961. The first was while he was attending Bacone College in Muskogee OK. The college was a sectarian Native school and writerfella had a column in the student newspaper. He would type it up every week in the typing lab in a tower on the main school building. One Sunday afternoon in March '61, while he worked on his column, the typing teacher came in to grade papers. Shortly, she asked writerfella if he knew about a bee's nest up on the side of the tower. In fact, he did and so while she leaned out one window and he leaned out another, writerfella pointed upward at a hole in the wall. As they watched the bees coming and going, a huge silver sphere suddenly passed over the building heading north. As it flew onward, they watched it in amazement; it was featureless, dull grey, and soundless. "Is that a weather balloon?" the typing teacher asked as it was disappearing over the Canadian River. Then they both realized that the north wind was blowing right in their faces. And they knew it could not be a balloon because it was moving against the wind. The typing teacher put her papers away and writerfella gathered up his column, and the two of them went their separate ways, not saying anything more about what they had seen.
Because Oklahoma has unpolluted skies, it is one of the best places to see UFOs and reports of same have happened in every year that writerfella has lived here.
All Best
Russ Bates
'writerfella'

Brandon said...

Flares didn't exist during Native American Tribal reign in America-neither in the Biblical days thousands of years ago (So of course the Military and Government are lying again). Could it be that the closer toward the beginning-man had more of a understanding of life, nature, and soul than what man has today?INdeed. My theory is they don't want to communicate with the "masses" as "they" use to because we are so Ignorant and Barbaric now that that doesn't coincide with the vibrational waves we are SUPPOSED to be functioning on. There are Aliens visiting earth-have been basically "Forever". My hope is that I actually can meet an Plejarian/Nordic Type to decipher more of what I'm guessing man should know right now.

Rob said...

Doesn't the wind blow in different directions at different altitudes, Russ? That could explain a weather balloon seeming to defy the laws of physics.

My theory is that most if not all UFOs are natural phenomena, weather balloons, aircraft, and so forth. The question you have to ask yourself is: Why would aliens travel trillions of miles over thousands of years just to observe us?

writerfella said...

Writerfella here --
It is the 'trillions of miles' that dismisses whether or not aliens have come here to observe humans. Yes, we have been advertising our presence in the Sol system for roughly 80 years through our electromagnetic emisions. What one has to ask themselves is fom whence could such creatures have 'discovered' us? The discovery of the North and South American continents was inevitable but at the same time, accidental. Enlarge the circumstances and then you must see that such a 'discovery by aliens' totally would be serendipitous. Otherwise, human activity on this world of ours would mean next to nothing to 'them'. Is humankind now so lonely and bereft that we seemingly need input from non-human sources, or else we will perish? Hardly likely, in that we may be being left alone because we have nothing to offer to the rest of the galacxy. Our own self-importance therefore may be shown to us as superfluous, and thus we are alone for such a reason All of humankind's reaction to 'alien visitations' may just be 'wishful thinking' because we do not wish to be 'alone'. EuroMan may have needed new worlds to conquer, but does that mean that Native people in the two American continents were wishing after 'discovery'? All of which means that what occurred is only a piece of what will occur past this world that we know so well.
All Best
Russ Bates
'writerfella'

writerfella said...

Writerfella here --
POSTSCRIPTUM --
In fact, since there are no mountains of any consequence nor are there any abrupt changes in land elevation, the winds in Oklahoma ordinarily are determined by the jet streams that seasonally locate themselves over this region of the United States, thus giving rise to the powerful storms that give the area its nickname, 'Tornado Alley'. Consequently, the winds at most altitudes in the lower atmosphere are uniform in direction, depending on which jet stream is occurring -- the sub-tropical jet, the west to east jet, or the continental jet. Take note of the Weather Channel maps and you will see this determinant uniformity quite plainly shown.
All Best
Russ Bates
'writerfella'

writerfella said...

Writerfella here --
POSTSCRIPTUM 2: And this coming weekend is the best bet for having such weather maps to observe. At this point, Oklahoma's 'tornado season' will begin as of late afternoon Friday, February 23. Tuen in and watch, as the sub-tropical jet stream will settle in over Oklahoma, a 'dry line' will set up on the border with the Texas Panhandle, and huge super-cell thunderstorms will sweep eastward over Oklahoma, spawning either high straight winds or tornadoes, or both. It is the closest thing to precognition that is possible to members of the rest of the United States. And be grateful that you do not have Oklahoma's weather in 42 of the contiguous 48 states...
All Best
Russ Bates
'writerfella'

Rob said...

I'm no meteorologist, but I bet cross-currents can happen anywhere.

writerfella said...

Writerfella here --
writerfella's biting his tongue, because it would be too easy for him to say, "Only in YOUR mind, Rob!"
All Best
Russ Bates
'writerfella'