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Famed NASA Astronaut confirms Extraterrestrials are here Nov 13/10

Saturday, 13 November 2010 11:32
Folks The Canadain Paper supports the truth about ET existence in Canada and around the world! Good work Journalists! Cheers Tami 

Famed NASA Astronaut confirms Extraterrestrials are here

by Clark C. McClelland, former ScO, U.S. Space Shuttle Fleet, KSC, Florida 1958 to 1992

STS-80 Lift off from Pad 39B

STS-80 Lift off from Pad 39B.

Space Shuttle Columbia during STS-80 took a crew of five astronauts into a 17 day, 15 hour and 54 minute mission around the earth, the longest flight in the history of this vehicle. During this lengthy flight a very strange event occurred that even had crewman Dr. Story Musgrave unable to explain what he observed from the shuttle windows.

A large disc shaped object appeared below the Columbia. The shuttle was approximately, 190 Nautical miles high.

The disc was first observed to miraculously appear from out of nowhere, flying through the clouds below and progressing from right to left as the astronauts stared in utter amazement. The outer rim of the craft appeared to be rotating counter-clockwise. It was very large (compared to common space junk and breakaway ice), approximately 50 to 150 feet in diameter.

Astronaut Dr. Story Musgrave, a Payload Specialist on the STS-80 Mission, was interviewed following the flight. As he viewed a videotape of the incident which showed lightning flashes in the atmosphere, the city lights of Denver, Colorado and other earthbound sights, he stated: “I don’t know what it is. Whether it’s a washer, debris, ice particles, I don’t know. But it’s characteristic of the thousands of things which I’ve seen. What is not so characteristic is it appears to come from no where. You would think that if it’s facing the dark side or facing a side towards you which is not reflecting the sun, you would think that you would see something there. It’s really impressive.”

Story Musgrave (STS-80)
Story Musgrave (STS-80).

During an earlier interview, Dr. Musgrave stated he attempted to communicate with ET life forms during each of his six missions. He actually asked them to take him with them. Now that’s an astronaut with a lot of courage. Dr. Musgrave retired after this flight from NASA. Since then he’s been spreading his considered opinion that alien life exists. When Musgrave speaks of this, it’s no great leap for one to assume he’s admitting knowledge of alien life. As the final slide of a “Grey” ET was shown during a recent astronomy presentation by Dr. Musgrave, he made this surprising comment: “These guys are real… I guarantee it!” Dr. Musgrave does know the truth. This author guarantees it!

Consider that carefully. These are world renown scientists making statements almost beyond belief. Dr. von Braun and others of his stature have the courage to disclose “sensitive” information, but obviously the leaders of the USA and the world do not. If billions could find a way of coping with the overwhelming threat of atomic annihilation for half a century, it is reasonable to assume we can cope with the knowledge of these “Other Intelligence’s” from the stars. We can cope with the fact they are visiting earth, and have been since the beginning of history. We must. Those still asleep must open their eyes. We Are Not Alone.


Canadian government can’t explain photos of missiles launched from sea near Newfoundland

Kind of hard to explain this photo of unexplained missile sighting in New Foundland as a ‘jet contrail’

We put this story in an update on a recent post of a news helicopter video shot in the skies of Manhattan the morning after the mysterious missile video was shot in southern California. The Manhattan news report dubbed by the press, “Fire in the Sky’, the report from CBS 2 News, an ‘unnamed top astronomer’ said the object was a jet contrail. The same official explanation from the Pentagon, the mystery ‘missile’ in southern California, ‘most likely’ a jet contrail. Also in our post, a news report from Canada’s CTV, NASA was investigating mysterious ‘fire balls’ sighted over Canada and the U.S..

Based on the above photo, it’d be a pretty hard sell the object, one of three sighted by two women in Newfoundland, was a jet contrail. The news report from CTV, extraordinary.


No one seems to know what two neighbors saw off the coast of Newfoundland earlier this week, but the two are convinced three large bullet-like objects were missiles. And they have photos they say prove it.

It all began around 5 p.m. Monday when Darlene Stewart of Harbour Mille, N.L., was outside snapping photos of a sunset, when she saw a long, thin glimmering object in the sky that appeared as if it came out of water.

The photos she took show a thin object shooting into the air, with a tail of fire and smoke.

She called her neighbour Emmy Pardy, who went to get binoculars for a closer look.

“I went out on the patio and I zoomed in and I saw a humungous bullet, silver-grey in colour and it had flames coming out of the bottom and a trail of smoke,” Pardy told

“I said to Darlene my God, this looks like it’s a missile or something.”

Stewart and Pardy said the objects were visible in the sky for about 15 minutes.

The women say they watched in fear and thought that a missile could be heading their way.

“I was sick to my stomach,” Stewart said. “If it was a missile, what goes up does come down, but where is it going to land?”

“If I hadn’t taken the pictures, they’d figure it was just another UFO sighting.”

Darlene was partially right, if she hadn’t taken the photos, they (the government) wouldn’t have had to respond to the media ‘firestorm’ which erupted after Darlene’s photos were viewed. Photos which included a clear shot of what seems to be a missile. The response from the government:

A spokesman for the Canadian Forces said they there have been no planned missile exercises off the seaboard.

“There’s no threat to the security of Canada,” Maj. Jason Proulx said from Ottawa.

Dimitri Soudas, a spokesman for Prime Minister Stephen Harper, said in an email that “there is no indication that there was ever a rocket launch.”

Gerry Byrne, the MP for Humber-St. Barbe-Baie Verte, is demanding to know if the objects were, in fact, missiles.

He wants to know whether the government knew about it and failed to inform residents, or was simply not told.

“The RCMP provided an initial report that it was some sort of rocketry that initiated from France,” he said.

“They subsequently retracted that story.”

Does part of the quote seem familiar? It should, as immediately after the footage of the California mystery missile footage was aired on KCBS News, citizens of the U.S. were told by NORAD, ‘There’s not threat to the U.S.’ while the Pentagon scrambled for 36 hours to come up with, ‘it’s most likely a jet contrail’. Case closed, end of media story. By November 11, two days after the southern California incident, the day New York City’s CBS 2 aired their ‘Fire in the Sky’ report–footage of an object streaking across the Manhattan skyline at dawn, less than 24 hours after the California ‘missile’ incident–CBS News 2 contacted an ‘unnamed top astronomer’ to get the official verdict of ‘jet contrail!’.

CBS News 2:

‘CBS 2 reached out to a top astronomer who looked at the video. He said it looks beautiful, but that is was like nothing more than what’s known as a “contrail” — condensation from a commercial or military jet.’

Back to the missile story out of Canada.

According to the report, the Newfoundland government initially claimed the missiles were fired from territory owned by the French:

Liberal Sen. George Baker said that the direction of the objects suggests a launch from nearby St-Pierre-Miquelon, which is French territory.

If true, Baker said such a launch could contravene international sovereignty rules. He added that Ottawa should be treating the situation seriously.

“Knowing that France has territory within our 200 mile (320 kilometre) zone in Canada, they should at least ask the French, ‘Look, are you launching these missiles?’ Because if they are, (and) everybody is denying knowledge of it, then the laws have been broken.”

Agence France Presse reported that France fired a missile on Wednesday – not Monday – and it was launched from Bay of Audierne in Northwestern France.

In a statement, the French Defence Ministry said the missile was fired from the submarine “Le Terrible.”

The report the government ‘retracted’ their France claim then dubbed the incident….. ‘unexplained’. An incident which happened to occur in area of a ‘major flyway for transatlantic aircraft’.