UFO Fleet Over NYC Oct 13, 2010 - As Predicted by Retired NORAD Officer?
2010-10-14 0:00

From: myfoxny.com


UFO or balloons? in Chelsea / ABC News 2010.10.13


"UFO" Sightings Over Manhattan

The NYPD and the FAA fielded numerous phone calls Wednesday afternoon from freaked out New Yorkers who say they saw UFOs hovering over Manhattan, the New York Post reported.

Callers said they saw strange silver objects bobbing or hovering in the sky.

"Some people saw something described as yellow with blue lights surrounding it," FAA spokesman Jim Peters told the Post. "Every once in a while you get phone calls from people who see something they can't explain."

Police said they got a few calls but weren't investigating.

'UFO' Sightings Over Manhattan / MY FOX New York 2010.10.13


A Fox 5 viewer e-mailed the station to say the UFOs were probably balloons floating away from the celebration on Broadway in Times Square of the 100th anniversary of Madrid's Gran Via Avenue.

"Balloons will float to a point and then seem to bob up and down in the upper atmosphere as the pressures change and wind currents blow," Stephen Parris wrote. "The tails were the black strings on them and the blue lights were the reflection of the sun on them."

Source: myfoxny.com

Retired NORAD Officer: Oct. 13 2010 – Aliens Will Make Contact

Retired NORAD Officer, Stanley A. Fulham, has stated in his new book that in just two days (Oct. 13, 2010) is “the tentative date for a fleet of extraterrestrial vehicles to hover for hours over the earth’s principal cities”.
Why October 13th? Well according to Mr. Fulham, he has been in contact with 43,000 “old souls” that he calls the “Transcendors“.

The “Transcendors” are supposed to make their appearance in an effort to communicate with the people of Earth in the days to come. They are trying to intervene our methods because, according to Mr. Fulham:

“The Transcendors reveal through the author crucial information about urgent global challenges facing mankind such as earth changes, international terrorism, worldwide financial collapse and the environmental crisis. One revelation is al Qaeda has a dirty nuclear bomb and WMD, but faces a moral quandary over “containment of collateral damages.”

Read more: ghosttheory.com

Challenges Of Change - Stanley A. Fulham (Part 1)


Challenges Of Change - Stanley A. Fulham (Part 2)



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