Recent Navy UFO Disclosure Has Link To The Past

Recent Navy UFO Disclosure Has Link To The Past

I get RT News here in the Philippines and I have been hearing more and more about the US military and its predicament with UFOs. I do not want to turn this blog into woo woo material, but this subject is becoming interesting. I was not sure that I heard the quote right so I Googled it and found it on several sites. Here is the entire account:

In late 2014, Lieutenant Graves said he was back at base in Virginia Beach when he encountered a squadron mate just back from a mission “with a look of shock on his face.” He said he was stunned to hear the pilot’s words. “I almost hit one of those things,” the pilot told Lieutenant Graves. The pilot and his wingman were flying in tandem about 100 feet apart over the Atlantic east of Virginia Beach when something flew between them, right past the cockpit. It looked to the pilot, Lieutenant Graves said, like a sphere encasing a cube. The incident so spooked the squadron that an aviation flight safety report was filed, Lieutenant Graves said. The near miss, he and other pilots interviewed said, angered the squadron, and convinced them that the objects were not part of a classified drone program. Government officials would know fighter pilots were training in the area, they reasoned, and would not send drones to get in the way.
The really interesting part of the quote is the pilot’s description of what he saw: “like a sphere encasing a cube.” That is not a drone in any military's arsenal. Was he telling the truth? Was the entire squad hallucinating?

It is also interesting that none of the news reports have made the connection to World War II Allied sightings of Foo Fighters:

The first sightings occurred in November 1944, when pilots flying over Western Europe by night reported seeing fast-moving round glowing objects following their aircraft. The objects were variously described as fiery, and glowing red, white, or orange. Some pilots described them as resembling Christmas-tree lights and reported that they seemed to toy with the aircraft, making wild turns before simply vanishing. Pilots and aircrew reported that the objects flew formation with their aircraft and behaved as if they were under intelligent control, but never displayed hostile behavior. However, they could not be outmaneuvered or shot down. The phenomenon was so widespread that the lights earned a name – in the European Theater of Operations they were often called "Kraut fireballs", but for the most part called "foo fighters". The military took the sightings seriously, suspecting that the mysterious sightings might be secret German weapons, but further investigation revealed that German and Japanese pilots had reported similar sightings.
Foo fighters were reported by German, Japanese and Allied forces. The sightings reported recently, at least the ones being reported in mainstream news, are mostly those reported by the US Navy. One report stated that the Navy was experiencing reports of sightings almost daily for two years along the east coast.

The object that the unknown Navy pilot described as "a sphere encasing a cube" could have been what has been termed a “Merkabah.” Merkabah are frequently mentioned in occult literature in connection with the star tetrahedron. If it is spinning fast enough and in the right way and emitting light in the right way I think it is possible that a star tetrahedron, also known as a stellated octahedron, might appear to be a cube within sphere:

A star tetrahedron is a three dimensional depiction of the two dimensional so-called “Star of David.”

The word Merkabah is Hebrew and means “thing to ride in.” The word is used in the Old Testament to refer to chariots both terrestrial and celestial in nature:
Isaiah 66:15 For, behold, the LORD will come with fire, and with his Merkabah like a whirlwind, to render his anger with fury, and his rebuke with flames of fire.
When I was younger and I saw the Israeli Merkava tank for the first time I thought it was the sexiest thing I had ever seen:

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