Rumors of ‘Alien UFO Invasion’, UFO decloakings multiply, as do forthcoming ‘Alien Invasion’ movies

By Alfred Lambremont Webre

This is the first of series of articles on an ‘Alien Invasion’ of Earth, whether a real or a staged false flag operation, and on ethical extraterrestrial/UFO ‘landings’.

In the face of a forthcoming bumper crop of  ‘Alien Invasion’ and ‘staged Alien Invasion’ movies, rumors are rife on the Internet of a staged ‘Alien Invasion’ false flag operation, or an ethical extraterrestrial ‘decloaking’ or landing.

These issues peaked again on Oct. 13, 2010, a date on which Stan Fulham a retired NORAD officer wrote that channelings from a 40,000 strong group of dimensional souls stated that October 13, 2010 was the tentative date for a fleet of extraterrestrial vehicles to hover for hours over the earth’s principal cities.

Mr. Fulham stated says the event was ‘to be the first in a series intended to avert a planetary catastrophe resulting from increasing levels of carbon-dioxide in the earth’s atmosphere dangerously approaching a ‘critical mass.’”

A summary of the UFO sightings on planet Earth on October 13, 2010 included an alleged mass UFO sighting over New York City, an alleged disappearance of an entire village in the Qinlin mountains (China), UFOs over the Golden Gate Bridge (San Francisco), UFO sightings in Malaysia, Ohio and in Texas.  In short, a relatively normal – and not so normal – day for UFO activity.

One researcher claims, ‘A full UFO/ET ‘decloaking did occur on October 13, 2010. OK, there does appear to have been a mass decloaking on October 13. The Canadian ex-NORAD officer stands vindicated. The most impressive display was the decloaking over New York City, which went on through the day and night. But sightings were also reported in a number of other places, including Seattle, San Francisco, Orlando, Puerto Rico, and Malaysia.  If I’m correct these other sightings were not mass decloakings like over New York.”

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