Less than 100 miles from Las Vegas, Nevada is the most famous secret military installation on the planet. Rumors swirl around this base, much like the mysterious aircraft that twist and turn in the skies overhead. Although it’s known by many names, most people call it by the Atomic Energy Commission’s (AEC) designation: Area 51.
There are several theories about how Area 51 got its name. The most popular is that the facility borders the Nevada Test Site (NTS). The AEC used the NTS as testing grounds for nuclear bombs. The NTS is mapped as a grid of squares that are numbered from one to 30 (with a few omissions). Area 51, while not part of this grid, borders Area 15. Many say the site got the name Area 51 by transposing the 1 and 5 of its neighbor. Another popular theory is that the number 51 was chosen because it was not likely to be used as part of the NTS system in the future (in case the NTS expanded later on). The first documented use of the name Area 51 comes from a film made by the company Lockheed Martin. Continue reading How Area 51 Works
Physicist Nassim Harramein unveiled an artifact discovered deep inside a Mexican Mayan pyramid.
This ancient artifact depicts alien spacecraft that seems to be heading into the sun carved with what looks like a giant triangle. Was this triangle perhaps a portal of some kind?
Around that same time, NASA started posting images of the sun with giant black isosceles triangles on the surface, just like in the artifact. Continue reading Is our Sun a massive UFO Stargate?
The star KIC 8463853 has a dark secret. Literally. In 2011 and 2013, the light from this star plummeted by as much as 20 percent, suggesting that something very big must be blocking the light. Like, something 20 times the size of Jupiter. Scientists have speculated that comets, gobs of dust, or even a large alien structure could be causing the dimming, but so far, none of the explanations really works.
Now, a paper that was just published to the arxiv has found that the star dimmed by an unprecedented amount over the whole four years that the Kepler telescope kept an eye on it. It’s not known whether this phenomenon is connected to the huge but short-duration dips from 2011 and 2013. Continue reading Scientists in the dark over years-long dimming of ‘alien megastructure star’
A staggering 64 supermassive black holes have been spotted all pointing at the same direction and spinning in sync – with experts saying that there is less than 0.1 per cent chance of this happening.
It is the first time such a vast number of supermassive black holes have been spotted in the same region of the universe. They were all spewing radio jets from their center.
Continue reading Are ALIENS harbouring energy from BLACK HOLES? 64 found spinning in sync in one region
One of the most interesting theories regarding the origin of mankind was proposed by paranormal author Zecharia Sitchin and revolves around the Anunnaki (Sumerian: “those who came down from the heavens”). The Anunnaki correspond to the old Hebrew Anakeim and Elohim and the Egyptian Neter.
According to Sitchin, the Anunnaki came from Nibiru, the mysterious yet unconfirmed tenth planet in our solar system. They landed in the Persian Gulf area some 430,000 years ago and colonized our planet with the intention of mining monoatomic gold, which was scarce on Nibiru yet abundant on Earth.
Their mining operations went without a hitch for 200,000 years until their miners rebelled and the Anunnaki were left without their working force. Documents Sitchin claims to have translated tell of the efforts the Anunnaki undertook in search for new miners, efforts which ultimately led to the rise of Homo sapiens. Continue reading The Sumerian Anunnaki and the Origin of Mankind