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Pilots spot UFOs over UK Scientology base

Posted on Sunday, 9 June, 2013 | Comment icon 23 comments | News tip by: EllJay


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Visual and radar sightings of 'silver discs' have been reported near London's Gatwick Airport.

The event took place last year when three pilots coming in to land spotted two flat, silver discs hovering near the UK headquarters of the Church of Scientology. Air traffic controllers also confirmed the sightings when six objects appeared on their radar screens. The discs were said to be approximately 100m below the Boeing 777 airliner as it was coming in to land.

The proximity to the Scientology headquarters has generated speculation over what they could have been, with prevailing official theories suggesting that the objects were either balloons, kites or some sort of models. The incident took place the day before Scientologists were said to have carved messages for aliens in to a "space cathedral" in northeastern New Mexico.

"Pilots aboard three passenger planes in the vicinity of London's Gatwick Airport late last year reported seeing a pair of "flat, silver discs" hovering near the UK headquarters of the Church of Scientology."

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Comment icon #14 Posted by TetraHydroHarmine on 10 June, 2013, 12:31
Maybe they had an accident and they were looking for Tom Cruise for some help.
Comment icon #15 Posted by DONTEATUS on 11 June, 2013, 4:24
We See your Friends coming Tom Cruise !
Comment icon #16 Posted by NiteMarcher on 21 June, 2013, 6:48
You would think that purely for safety and review purposes, all airlines would have onboard cameras showing the pilots field of vision. Maybe some do but I have no idea, but beyond being able to monitor takeoffs and a landings, the cameras could report weather phenomena, near misses (a plane was nearly hit be a drone in 2004 and the film was just released) and yes, the occasional "flying saucer" or whatever these UFOs may be. The human eye can be fooled, but at least with a recording you can rule out certain things and misidentifications. Of course recording such events and making them public ... [More]
Comment icon #17 Posted by Sundew on 23 June, 2013, 3:17
Your answer is probably one of the best I've read yet. We already have video cameras on some streets, inside police vehicles, on space shuttles, etc. It would make a lot of sense to start placing them on aircraft, where as a pilot with a push of a button can automatically start recording these events. As far as making it publicly known, this is perhaps where they'll pull the National Security Act over the public... Thanks for the kind words. Right now as I sit here there is a discussion on television about the Paris bound flight out of New York that exploded 17 years ago. Eyewitnesses are sayi... [More]
Comment icon #18 Posted by Kadssdak on 25 June, 2013, 14:23
"Pilots aboard three passenger planes in the vicinity of London's Gatwick Airport" this airport is in WEST SUSSEX not London the closest towns to it are Horley and Crawley
Comment icon #19 Posted by project-reveal on 25 June, 2013, 15:11
thanks for posting, I love all stuff about ufos, However the evidence is very little now days, its all hear say, We need a ufo to land, and greet the world to finally prove they exist.
Comment icon #20 Posted by Sweetpumper on 25 June, 2013, 15:14
thanks for posting, I love all stuff about ufos, However the evidence is very little now days, its all hear say, We need a ufo to land, and greet the world to finally prove they exist. As long as they don't greet us with photon torpedoes.
Comment icon #21 Posted by Spacenut56 on 25 June, 2013, 15:51
As long as they don't greet us with photon torpedoes. Agreed!!!!
Comment icon #22 Posted by Rafterman on 25 June, 2013, 16:38
Daily Mail.
Comment icon #23 Posted by freetoroam on 25 June, 2013, 16:50
Well Ron L Hubbard did say the quickest way to become a millionaire was to create a religion. Not sure this story will draft in millions, in monetary or people terms, but someones given it a try anyway.


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