Friday, February 04, 2011

Israeli media opinion about the Jerusalem UFO orbs

In a front-page article in its Feb. 1, 2011 edition, Maariv’s NRG newspaper, a leading mainstream media Israeli newspaper has stated explicitly that the January 28, 2011 Dome of the Rock UFO orb and a Dec. 16, 2010 Wailing Wall UFO orb may be a manifestation of now deceased former Canadian NORAD officer Stanley A. Fulham’s statements about the existence of a regional galactic governance council, and a predicted acceleration of sightings of the ET council UFOs worldwide in January 2011.
Maariv’s NRG newspaper, which Haaretz reported was seeking to overtake “Ynet's dominant status as Israel's No. 1 news site,” ended its February 1, 2011 front page analysis of the Dome of the Rock UFO orb quoting scientists who have been analyzing the UFO sighting, and the prior appearance on Dec. 16, 2010 of another UFO orb in broad daylight along Jerusalem’s Wailing Wall.
Maariv’s Feb. 1, 2011 NRG newspaper reported,
“Other scientists believe that these two phenomena [the Dome of the Rock UFO and the Wailing Wall UFO orb] are not surprising, because the Wall along with the Temple Mount can definitely be a meeting place between humans and aliens. The scientists stated, "It could well be that the expert Canadian Stanley Fulham's theory about UFOs and the Temple Mount will materialize."

According to the video’s description: “This strange ball of light was caught on tape by a tourist visiting the Wailing or crying Wall in Jerusalem, Israel. On the same day this film was taken, an Israeli jet shot down a so-called UFO over a Nuclear facility in the desert. Whatever this was, it was not of this world.”

Israeli newspaper article on Dome of the Rock UFO orb & Wailing Wall orb
The full text of the Feb. 1, 2011 Maariv’s NRG newspaper article is as follows (translated from the Hebrew).
Mystery over Jerusalem: UFO Over Wall
“Aliens in the Holy City? Twice in recent weeks glowing balls seem strangely moving over the Old City. Watch videos and decide for yourself.
By Yossi Eli | 01/02/2011 8:13
“Two cases of the appearance of UFOs over the Old City this week raised a storm among scientists worldwide. While there are those which eliminate the possibility that aliens are taking holidays over the Wailing Wall, other scientists argue: It is very possible that the Wailing Wall is an attraction for beings from outer space.
“The first case where UFOs were observed over the Wailing Wall took place several weeks ago, but he repeated itself three days ago.
“Residents of Government House in Jerusalem could not remain indifferent when they noticed an unidentified object hovering over the Old City and the Western Wall in the wee hours. YouTube videos made by residents document the holiday glow of the ball over the Wailing Wall.
“At first, residents did not seem stirred by the unusual phenomenon, but soon the sparkling ball began to make movements over the Old City, especially over the Temple Mount. The ball suddenly dived down and stopped right near the Western Wall and Temple Mount plaza.

Israeli nuclear militar instalantion where suposely a UFO as been shot down

"Note to the Kotel"
"’It was like the ball came down, left a note at the Western Wall and returned to heaven,’ said one witnesses the strange event. ‘We were in shock.’ When the ball jumped up, startled residents noticed a long line of other glowing balls in the sky, flying over Jerusalem.
“That's not all: a video made by American tourists who visited network a few weeks ago at the Western Wall in daylight, suddenly caught a strange ball circling just above the wall.
“Following the publication a series of online videos the interest of scientists in the strange phenomenon has begun.
“Because the two cases demonstrate, the scientists explain, that it is possible that we are being visited by an outside world.
“Other scientists believe that these two phenomena [the Dome of the Rock UFO and the Wailing Wall UFO orb] are not surprising, because the Wall along with the Temple Mount can definitely be a meeting place between humans and aliens. The scientists stated, "It could well be that the expert Canadian Stanley Fulham's theory about UFOs and the Temple Mount will materialize."

Stanley Fulham, the ET Council and a 2011 worldwide wave of UFO sightings
The scientists quoted in the Feb. 1, 2011 Maariv’s NRG newspaper appear to be explicitly referring to former NORAD officer Stanley A. Fulham’s prediction of increased UFO intervention by a galactic ET council in January 2011 “to increase mankind’s acceptance of the alien phenomena.”
In his last communique on Dec. 3, 2011, Stanley A. Fulham wrote, on the basis of dimensional information communicated to him abut the plans of a reported ET regional galactic governance council,
"Interventions accelerate over continents - “Interventions will then [after the first two weeks of January 2011] accelerate, not so much over our cities, but dispersed over our continents with sightings increasing in duration. The intent of these interventions is to increase mankind’s acceptance of the alien phenomena, so that hopefully, we will be prepared to accept a face-to-face encounter and communicate, perhaps as early as next year (2011).”
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When Israel’s Maariv’s NRG newspaper reported, “The scientists stated, ‘It could well be that the expert Canadian Stanley Fulham's theory about UFOs and the Temple Mount will materialize,’" the Fulham theory the scientists are referring can be summarized as follows.

Israeli media report Scientists state Dome of the Rock UFO orb sightings further confirm ‘working hypothesis’ of galactic governance council
The existence and information about the reported council of alien civilizations as a 'working hypothesis' based on evidence presented initially by the now deceased Stanley A Fulham, and now also by the former NATO-Spanish intelligence agent  as another apparent communication channels of this same regional galactic governance council.
Since Stanley A. Fulham had accelerating pancreatic cancer in Nov. 2010, what seems to have occurred is that this interdimensional source stating it is representing the galactic governance council is now coming through other individuals with new information and predicted, confirmed UFO sightings.
The essence of the council's message is that in an extraordinary meeting around Jan 2010 (Earth time), members of the council met and determined to set aside the law of non-intervention, as it made a factual determination that the ecology of the Earth was on the verge of collapse and beyond the capability of human technology to forestall collapse and species extinction.
A leading atmospheric scientist, member of the U.N. IPCC Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change made the same evaluation of the Earth's ecology as on the verge of collapse to this reporter five years ago in an interview.
Accordingly, the council indicated it had made a decision to intervene with advanced technology (probably Pleiadean) by 2015 (if not before) and clean the atmosphere of the Earth.  The council is also seeking to make a world speech explaining their ecological plan in 2014 (if not before).  Both Mr. Fulham and the NATO-Spanish intelligence officer mentioned that their interdimensional sources indicated large-scale social, financial, governmental, etc changes would take place on the planet 2011-14.
From the available evidence, it would seem that the galactic governance council has the ability to identify and create credible sources for further information and updates (should all of this scenario be in fact true and authentic).
Mr. Fulham's book Challenges of Change is the product of 10 years of research and interaction with a council-connected source, and contains a blueprint of the council plan 2010-2015.
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Mainstream media information war over the Dome of the Rock UFO orb
The Dome of the Rock UFO orb story has inspired articles in mainstream media world-wide, ranging from Israeli TV, Vancouver Sun, ITN NEWS, Huffington Post, UK Telegraph, MSNBC, UK, to the UK. Daily Mail.
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However, journalist Michael Cohen who broke the original story of Dome of the Rock UFO orb now reports a UFO cover-up ion progress by certain elements in the Israeli press.
Israeli press report Jerusalem UFO: Cover up begins?
“Four days ago All News Web broke a story regarding an incredible piece of UFO footage (see video below) captured by a Mr. Eligael Gidlovitch, of Tel Aviv, while at the Armon Hanatziv lookout, over the old city of Jerusalem. The footage shows a UFO descending to just above the Temple Mount / Dome of the Rock before shooting off into the night sky.
“The video spread rapidly across the Internet creating something of a UFO frenzy. Shortly after the first footage was uploaded, the footage from the second witness - seen filming the event in the first clip - was uploaded (see second clip below). Thousands of viewers are now declaring these clips the best UFO footage ever captured.
"Soon a third clip was uploaded onto the net (see third clip below). This one was allegedly taken by a group of tourists from the US and shows what is claimed to be the same object hovering above the Dome of the Rock before shooting off, as well. This clip is regarded by almost all UFO enthusiasts as an obvious hoax parodying the first two clips and poking fun at the stereotype that suggests that UFOs are only seen by isolated rural Americans in places like Mississippi. Most experts agree that the view of Jerusalem in this clip is clearly a photo or Internet image.
“Now the Israel press have picked up on the story but astonishingly seem to have got the whole event messed up and are focusing on the third clip. The article below is now circulating across the Hebrew language Internet and also appeared on the back page of Yedioth Achronoth's (Israel's main evening paper) print edition. Yedioth Achronoth even called in an expert who declared the whole event a hoax; based on the third piece of footage.
“The question now to be asked is: Was the third clip deliberately inserted into this event to discredit it and why is media presenting this clip as central to the story? UFO enthusiasts claim that a government cover-up of UFO activity has been going on for years. These goings on seem to confirm this to be the case.”
The Israeli newspaper Yedioth Achronoth's in its debunker on the Dome of the Rock UFO orb article stated, "The video was filmed from two cameras one of the tourists from Mississippi and one of Aligal Gidliovic. An expert who examined the photographs determined that the original photographs that were forged." (Translated from the Hebrew).

ET Interdimensional Context Communication: Evaluating the January 28, 2011 Dome of the Rock UFO orb event
In the opinion of this reporter Alfred Lambremont Webre,

1. Genuine ET or interdimensional phenomenon – The Dome of the Rock UFO orb event appears to be a genuine ET or interdimensional phenomenon, captured on video by at least 2 independent witnesses.  According to one UFO orb specialist, the Dome of the Rock UFO orb phenomenon is similar to UFO orb phenomenon that has been documented and classified as “a Plasma Orb Light Entity/Interdimensional Angel,” which did the exact same phenomenon as one of the other contacts of the UFO orb specialist, photographed in March of 2008.
The substantive issues raised as to whether the Dome of the Rock UFO orb video is a CGI artifact and hoax appear for the moment to have been successfully responded to.
That the Dome of the Rock UFO orb is a genuine interdimensional/ET phenomenon or a CGI artifact and hoax has been debated and determined with some finality with the conclusion that the video shows a genuine ET interdimensional phenomenon.  Of course, new evidence could open up this debate at any time.

2. Any ET or interdimensional intelligence behind the Dome of the Rock UFO Orbs may be sending an intentional, meaningful “context communication” to humanity - A context communication in the Dome of the Rock UFO orb event - more probably than not a genuine ET phenomenon - appears to be raising issues of significant future impact for the 3.3 billion followers of the Christian, Islam and Judaic religions.

Context communication theory of extraterrestrial communication
The context communication theory of extraterrestrial communication, developed by Alfred Lambremont Webre in 1974, states that many UFO encounters are in fact contextual, symbolic communications by the intelligent source behind the UFO encounter itself to the UFO witnesses or to humanity at large, much in the same way that a dream is a contextual, symbolic communication from the dreamer’s subconscious mind to her or his conscious mind.
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The ET intelligence behind the UFO orb phenomenon at the Dome of the Rock may be signaling the importance to the leaders of these three religions of being alert to using peaceful non-violent conflict resolution over disputes that may arise at this site and elsewhere in the Middle East over religious issues.
If in fact the Dome of the Rock UFO orb is a CGI hoax, the danger is that this hoax may be part of a larger "Project Bluebeam" ET-hoax to destabilize human public order and set-up a false flag ET event.
As the conflicting history of the Dome of the Rock and of the specific belief systems of Christian, Islamic and Judaic followers around the symbolism of the Dome of the Rock demonstrates, a genuine ET interdimensional intelligence may be signaling that a resolution to this conflict may come about through an acknowledgement of or an intervention of extraterrestrial intelligent knowledge or civilizations.
Some Exopolitics commentators hypothesize that an ET intelligence behind the Dome of the Rock UFO orb may have a manipulatory rather than a supportive motive toward humanity.

3.  The Dome of the Rock UFO orb event and the Dec. 3, 2010 Stanley A. Fulham communiqué – If a genuine ET phenomenon and not a CGI hoax (as it does not appear to be), it is reasonable to conclude that the Dome of the Rock UFO orb fits the pattern predicted by former NORAD officer Stanley A. Fulham in his Dec. 3, 2010 communique.
Most specifically, the Dome of the Rock UFO orb event appears to relate organically to predicted UFO events that would raise issues about inter-faith religious perspectives of Christianity, Islam and Judaism, to wit:
“The Alien ‘intervention process’ will provide a philosophical challenge to mankind as nothing else has ever done. It will challenge our most fundamental beliefs. Did Christ teach to this extraterrestrial world? Are they aware of Allah and his hatred for the heathens and infidels (which, of course, must include the aliens—they also have souls!). Do they have any religions?—or spiritualism?"

4. Galactic governance council hypothesis & Scientists quoted in Israeli newspaper – If the scientists’ statements as quoted in the Israeli Maariv’s NRG newspaper are genuine and not an Israeli intelligence agency (Mossad) disinformation ploy, then there appears to be some significant quantum of scientific support for the galactic governance council hypothesis of Stanley A. Fulham and as reported here by Alfred Lambremont Webre.
Habitual Exopolitics debunkers, such as Michael Salla, have come forward to publicly debunk the Stanley A. Fulham predictions in January 2011, in the same way that Michael Salla publicly debunked the Andrew D. Basiago NASA rover life on Mars findings in January 2009.
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The Israeli
Maariv’s NRG newspape appears to be a genuine breakthrough in mainstream media, demonstrating that scientists are now beginning to seriously consider whether the Oct. 13, 2010 New York UFO sightings predicted by Stan Fulham as ET council sightings are genuine.
Not only are the scientists considering whether these Dome of the Rock UFO orb  and Wailing Wall UFO sightings are genuine, predicted interactions between an interdimensional intelligence and humanity.
They UFO sightings appear to be, according to the scientists, a possible manifestation of the theory that an ET galactic regional governance council may be ordering and implementing these UFO sightings as part of an intentional governance intervention in Earth’s world public order for beneficial ends.

                                              Challenges Of Change - Stanley A. Fulham


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