UFOs – Unidentified Flying Objects – were spotted in Japan over the Fukushima power plant a couple of weeks ago. Experts who study the phenomena say it is common for other-worldly aircraft to show up at nuclear installations around the world.
On Thursday, August 20, 2019, five very bright orbs of light were captured on video as they hovered or moved slowly and silently over the nuclear facility that was damaged on March 11, 2011, by a monster tsunami triggered by an offshore 7.4-magnitude earthquake.
The UFOs in the skies above Japan’s Fukushima Prefecture were bright enough to be seen in overcast and twilight conditions and impossible to mistake for stars or conventional aircraft.
Shelly of the YouTube Channel “Shelly’s UFO” reported that similar lights were spotted above the Fukushima nuclear plant a few hours before the 2011 catastrophe happened:
“During the Japan 2011 earthquake, I saw on live TV light orbs coming out of the water at the edge of the Fukushima nuclear plant.”
Spheres of light had also been observed coming out of the water at the edge of the power plant before disaster struck.
Five years later, on November 21, 2016, a girl named Asuka posted a video she took of a different kind of UFO streaking over the skies above Fukushima. This one resembles a slow-moving meteor but the witness concluded:
“Thought that it was a meteorite because there was an earthquake earlier. It is not a meteorite.”
Only weeks before Asuka uploaded her remarkable video, a photograph taken by Guiseppe Filipponi on November 2 revealed a partially transparent saucer-shaped UFO over Lecco, a small town in northern Italy in a region that had seen increased earthquake activity on October 30. The largest tremor measured 6.5 on the Richter force scale and produced severe damage and some deaths.
Other reports of unknown aerial objects coincide with earthquakes, volcanoes, and other natural geological disasters.
For example, on April 29, 2015, a UFO was spotted hovering over parts of Nepal that had suffered a 7.8-magnitude earthquake. This rumbler was so strong that images from the European Space Agency radar satellite suggested that Mount Everest (the world’s tallest peak) had shrunk one inch as a consequence.
A news story contained the words “Nepal sasakyang pangalangaang” which translates to the Filipino phrase “Nepal spaceship.” The broadcast compared the lights to a triangular UFO and embedded a video of the UFO in a different light or possibly depicted a different UFO. While drones had been used to survey the devastation, the newscaster seemed to be implying this was not a drone.
An Asian news outlet provided a video clip to the German media group NDR which published it on YouTube after the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami to show the extensive destruction in the Fukushima nuclear plant. At the 21-second mark, “a giant UFO can be seen hovering above the nuclear plant. Obviously this was a slip up on behalf of NDR and the Asian news outlet the group received the footage from.”
Another provocative video from Japan shot in 2008 shows a UFO “being fired upon by the Japanese government. Something happens to the missile and it is destroyed before overtaking the UFO.”
U.S. military pilots have been coming forward in increasing numbers to state on the record that UFOs have disabled nuclear missile sites in the United Kingdom and America.
On September 27, 2010, Captain Robert Salas and six former U.S. airmen met in Washington, D.C. to disclose what they know to be true about the government’s Big Lie:
“The U.S. Air Force is lying about the national security implications of unidentified aerial objects at nuclear bases and we can prove it.”
Capt. Salas was on duty at Malmstrom Air Force Base in Montana on March 16, 1967, when UFOs appeared over his missile range and shut down nuclear warheads at two separate sites. I cover this important story, which continues to be suppressed by the U.S. government, in chapter 7 of my book, UNKNOWN OBJECTS: The Top Ten U.S. UFO Cases.
According to the eyewitness:
“I was on duty when an object came over and hovered directly over the site. The missiles shut down – 10 Minuteman missiles. And the same thing happened at another site a week later. There’s a strong interest in our missiles by these objects, wherever they come from. I personally think they’re not from planet Earth.”
Another similar case involved a UFO sighted hovering over the Davis-Besse Nuclear Power Plant in Ohio in the pre-dawn hours of October 29, 2017. An observer at Oak Harbor was driving near the base and filed the following report with MUFON (Mutual UFO Network):
“I noticed something floating up and down above the reactor. I pulled off and got out of my car and it did this for maybe three to four minutes before it flew up about 50 feet and seemed to just slowly hover over the buildings. There were six lights, two at each corner, a white and blue light side-by-side in each corner. The blue light would brighten when the white light would dim and vice versa.
“It did this for a few minutes and then it just shot up and away at a 45-degree angle and was so fast it looked like a streak of blue light. I heard no noise except for this pulsing, vibrating sensation in my ears until it shot away.
“I never believed in extraterrestrial life until that night. Now, I’m convinced of it. I was in such shock at what I was seeing I didn’t think to try to take a photo.”
UFOs, nukes, and natural disasters all seem to go together – but to what end? Given the official 70-year-old conspiracy to deny, discredit, and distract the general public from the truth about alien visitation here on Earth, we may never know.