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Mysterious UFOs: “The Phenomenon”

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In our presentation today, we’ll take a look at how the 2020 documentary “The Phenomenon” challenges the public’s perception of UFOs with never-before-seen footage and extensive interviews with eyewitnesses, experts, government officials, and high-ranking members of the military. Among the numerous compelling sightings featured in this documentary are the encounter experiences reported by astronaut Gordon Cooper while training in Germany and Air Force Col. William Coleman in Alabama, USA. In 1964, police officer Lonnie Zamora in Socorro, New Mexico, USA, not only sees a big white object sitting in the arroyo, but also two small figures walking around the craft dressed in white overalls. “Maybe they’re trying to communicate.” “The UFO shut down several missile silos in Montana.”

It was recently revealed that UFOs visited high-security military bases in the US and Ukraine decades ago, and have shown the ability to manipulate and disarm nuclear weapons. A more recent event in 1994, believed to be the most significant close encounter in modern history, occurred at the Ariel School in Ruwa, Zimbabwe. One child told Dr. Mack how, during the encounter experience, thoughts came to her: that we are harming our world, too many trees have been cut down, and eventually there will be no air and people will die.

In 2010, Supreme Master Ching Hai answered a question about UFOs. “Now they feel they could come more now; also because of the urgencies of our planet, okay? (Yes.) Because now it’s safer for them to let us see them. They wish that we’re also as developed and as knowledgeable about moral standards, like they are. We have to thank them also. Even individually, they helped to rescue many people who doesn’t even know that they are rescued; because they’re unconditional. Without their intervention, we would have gone: the planet, gone; people, gone – all gone. They are trying to help us so that we can hang on in there, so that we may wake up and help ourselves.”

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