Tune In LIVE June 28th, 2018, PHENOMENON Radioco-hosted by Linda Moulton Howe, Reporter and Editor of Earthfiles.com, and retired USAF Tech Sgt. John Burroughs. Their guest will be retired U. S. Navy Commander David Fravor, commanding officer of a Strike Fighter Squadron 41 Black Aces fighter jet on November 14, 2004, when the “Tic Tac” UFO appeared and he locked on it with infrared video released by the Pentagon’s Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP) that was published by The New York Times on December 16, 2017. Commander Fravor will give his reality check on what happened before, during and after the UFO “accelerated like nothing I’ve ever seen!” Plus, he will give his firsthand jet pilot’s perspective on criticisms that the infrared video was not credible.
“My good night cam picked up what appears to be a large missile launch on Whidbey Island on Sunday AM.” – Greg Johnson, Skunk Bay Weather
June 14, 2018 Albuquerque, New Mexico – At 3:56 AM Pacific on Sunday, June 10, 2018, the image below was snapped by a high-quality, 20-second exposure camera run by the Skunk Bay Weather Service in Whidbey Island, Washington. Greg Johnson works there and was reviewing the camera images from the previous hours when he came to this one — a bright orange glow around a blast of whitish-yellow light rising in the early morning darkness beneath what looks like a grey missile.Click for report.
June 13, 2018 Albuquerque, New Mexico – NASA and JPL/Caltech are reporting that a 14-million-square-mile-storm on Mars could damage the Opportunity Rover in the Endeavour Crater. The storm is one of the largest ever observed from Earth and the dust coming into the crater is thickNASA assembled some of Opportunity’s last images as the storm approached and processed them to show the sun going from a bright orb down to entire blackness. The rover is now challenged by darkness 24 hours a day, dropping from 645-watt-hours on June 2, to about 22 watt-hours on Sunday, June 10th. That is so low that Opportunity could turn off everything but its internal clock to “stay alive.”
“A person doing one calculation a second would have to live for more than 6.3 billion years to match what the American Summit computer can do in a second.” – Steve Lohr, June 9, 2018, The New York TimesClick for report.
South China Morning Post, June 7, 2018 – more U. S. citizens evacuating from U. S. Consulate in Guangzhou, China, after suffering what appears to be the same strange, sound-frequency-related illness that disabled Cuban U. S. Embassy workers beginning in 2016 to 2017.
“It’s hard for Chinese people to believe that any foreign organization can conduct this kind of behavior on Chinese soil while avoiding all monitoring and not leaving any clue.” – Global Times, State-run Chinese newspaper, June 8, 2018
“Finding ancient organic molecules in the top 5 centimeters of rock — that was deposited when Mars may have been habitable — bodes well for us to learn the story of organic molecules on Mars with future missions that will drill deeper.” – Jen Eigenbrode, Ph.D., Mars Research Scientist, Goddard Space Flight Center, MD.
“Are there signs of life on Mars? We don’t know, but these results tell us we are on the right track.”
– Michael Meyer, Ph.D., Lead Scientist, Mars Exploration Program, NASA HeadquarterClick for report.
“The DNA analysis information that came back suggested that Maria was ‘95% primate.’ They did not say human. They said, ‘95% primate.’ However, the 5% that’s left would indicate because Maria authentically has three fingers and three toes and at least eleven anatomical anomalies, she must be some form of mutation.
WHICH IS A HYBRID.
– Stephen Meara in Part 1, May 30, 2018 interview with Earthfiles Reporter and Editor Linda Moulton Howe
“In Maria’s tomb, there is this artifact described to have been at least about 15 feet tall, about 6 to 9 feet in diameter on a box-shaped format with interconnecting beams that rise up in a pyramid type structure with a crystal, a very large crystal at its apex.”
– Stephen Mera, Founder, Phenomena Magazine, London, U. K., May 2018