AERIAL PHENOMENA AND THE LAS VEGAS CONNECTION
Unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP), unidentified flying objects (UFOs) and the Las Vegas connection of aerial phenomena have been one-in-the-same occurrences for many years, especially due to nearby AREA 51 and NELLIS AIR FORCE BASE with its constant military, commercial, and individual activity.
The purpose of this article is to take an objective view of media reports, especially in social media, relating to possible visitations by craft not of earth. What is real and what is misinformation, disinformation, embellishments and/or hoaxes of what is reported from media sources in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA? Please, question everything you see, view and read. It is well known that over 98% of UFO sightings cannot only can be explained, they are faked. Don’t forget the preponderance of CGI (Computer Generated Imagery), Photoshop, and mobile phone apps.
Area 51 images of signage and warnings:
Nellis AFB images:
What is essential to critical thinking skills is common sense. It is most important to study and check sources before making a decision whether or not the article one is reading is accurate. Since a picture, as well as, a video can speak thousands of words while viewing published information from any media sources, one must be extremely careful. Is it a UFO, UAP, drone, helicopter, propeller craft, commercial jet, or even a military craft?
This author has visited Las Vegas and surrounding areas for years. Further, after conducting many queries, interviews, meetings, source studies and related research regarding UFO (Unidentified Flying Objects), as well as, UAP (Unidentified Aerial Phenomena), the decision is not to reveal source names with a few exceptions, although permissions have been received. It is a pleasure to have met and conversed both verbally and in type with some very credible sources and to all of them, a respectful thank you is given.
Please note, this article is not written to condescend or accuse any areas of media, organizations, groups, or individuals, as to authenticity or lack thereof in public posts. In fact, it is believed that the most misguided and/or errant reporting had its roots in a verifiable passion to tell the truth. Just report events for what they are. It is a free country with free speech. If one chooses to report false events, they can do so. Let’s face it, science fiction is most entertaining and does tend to become science fact. However, isn’t it time to be objective and truthful in one’s research from media sources to the public?
On a recent trip to Las Vegas, it was decided to take some pictures of local aerial phenomena. In just a few minutes, it was surprising how many interesting snapshots resulted. One brief video is also provided.
Here are some snapshots from the camera:
And, this is a brief video from the camera with sound:
The following is a short video taken by Greg McDaniel on YouTube, who with kind consent after quite an interview process, wanted to share what he discovered that others had claimed were UFO sightings from Red Rock Canyon area (visited a few times and have seen same as darkness had fallen). He noted they were the headlights from a park ranger’s vehicle. Mr. McDaniel has taken the time to complete objective research in related areas to state normal events occurred. His candid and honest approach is appreciated.
This is the following video of vehicle headlights in the Red Rock Canyon area where some had claimed there were UFO sightings. Courtesy of Greg McDaniel:
There has been a “mountain” of UFO activity being reported in the Las Vegas area over the last couple of years. However, from where does it come? Let us take a look at this “phenomena” as has been documented from social media sources. Recently, reports came in of hundreds of UFOs being sighted in the Las Vegas area, as an example. This query comes to mind: If such an event was true, would it not be reported, worldwide within one day! What does the reader think of this? Remember the “Phoenix Lights” event in Arizona in 1997?
What if someone would take pictures or videos of such aerial events or evening traffic flow of vehicles (as displayed above) in the Las Vegas and Clark County area? Isn’t it possible to make it look as if something unusual was amiss? Wouldn’t it also become worldwide news if multiple UFOs were actually flying or hovering over a constantly active city of millions of people, working or vacationing twenty-four hours a day?
Please view the “Nevada Triangle” picture. From credible sources it seems most sightings are occurring away from the Vegas area, mostly in California, Arizona, and east of the triangle, New Mexico. Not that there have been valid UFO/UAP sightings in the Las Vegas area, but now with the build up of Area 51 and Groom Lake area by the Air Force and other government agencies, it seems to be commercial and military.
Let us take a look regarding the present state of technology. Doing the best to keep up with military tech in aviation and space exploration, we cannot ignore the fact the United States (and some allies) has been much more than forthcoming in aerial development and space exploration. Example: Since the advent of the B-2 Bomber, anti-gravitational navigation has been introduced according to credible sources. Review this technology, online, if one is so inclined. It exists on YouTube, as well. Also, the latest “triangle UFO” sightings are becoming a “glimpse” at the latest anti-gravitational technology. Again, it seems most sightings are from our own military. The B-2 bomber has been viewed high overhead in the central valley region of California in the 1990’s when it was still classified.
The truth is the military is more than 100 years ahead of what is being publicly admitted, whether it is US or allied in origin. The next generation of fighter craft will be carrying laser equipped, energized pods to repel any other aerial phenomena aggressive tactics! This is subject matter for another, future article; however, addressing the fact of UFO/UAP activity in the Las Vegas area is the point.
Now, you, the reader can be the judge of what is really happening in the Las Vegas area. Is there much to present UFO reports, or is it more to do with airplanes, jets, drones, traffic lights, and helicopters?