Cosmonaut Marina Popovich – Disclosure of UFOs – To visit USA, request US Government, US Astronauts to Disclose – OutOfThisWorldx Blog

 

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MOSCOW, RUSSIAN FEDERATION – Cosmonaut Marina Popovich, who is a Hero of the Soviet Union, holds 102 world records, is in the Guinness Book of World Records, disclosed her personal experiences with UFOs and her knowledge of the extraterrestrial presence in an exclusive May 23, 2014 ExopoliticsTV interview with Alfred Lambremont Webre. 123 more words

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Oh, this is new… many, many experiences of encounters  with UFOs in space – a brief statement by Cosmonaut Marina Popovich…

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Colonel Marina Lavrentevna Popovic (born July 20, 1931) is a retired Soviet Air Force colonel, engineer, and legendary Soviet test pilot, who is a Hero of the Soviet Union, holds 102 world records, is in the Guinness Book of World Records, disclosed her personal experiences with UFOs and her knowledge of the extraterrestrial presence in an exclusive May 23, 2014 ExopoliticsTV interview with Alfred Lambremont Webre.

 

 

Colonel Popovich has flown every kind of aircraft there is in the Soviet Union, from large transport planes to MIG-21s. She holds ninety flight records. She’s even been called the Chuck Yeager of the Soviet Union. Popovich has a Ph.D. in technical sciences and her focus now is to get the truth about the existence of flying saucers out to the public. Here are some of the things she has to say about flying saucers:

* Soviet satellites have taken photographs of flying saucers.

* Soviet scientists have concluded that flying saucers have been around for as long as our planet.

* Popovich has seen photographs of alien and human hybrid children.

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Marina Popovich, PhD, Victoria Popova, Ph.D., and Lidia Andrianova, Ph.D. write in their co-authored book “Letters of Extraterrestrial Civilizations: The Last Warning”, “Extraterrestrial civilizations (ETC) warn: the weakening of Earth’s magnetic field has reached a critical value, and threatens the life of mankind. ETC’ instructions in crop circles indicate how to escape from global cataclysms which will begin very soon.”

 

They continue, “ETC warn that civilization has to be pre-informed about the scenario of global cataclysms [before the] beginning [of the] event. A civilization that is not informed has no chance to make the Transition in time and to prolong life. First pre-cataclysm will be related with interruption of global system of communication – phone, Internet. Pre-informed civilization will avoid shock and chaos of super-powerful disaster and has a chance to make the Transition in time.”

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The Russian scientist group “emphasizes that this is a natural cycle of the planet. Part of this process is the development of human consciousness to a point where humanity will have a ‘window of opportunity’ to make the transition to a higher plane of existence. They explain that this point in history can be seen as a kind graduation for humanity to a higher and more subtle level of experience, a type of metamorphosis for humanity connected with ascension. Nobody can be saved individually, as the transition can be made only through the synchronous unification of human consciousness.

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The Russian scientist group states, “The time for humans to escape the devastation through the unification of consciousness will be shortly after the first pre-cataclysm. After second pre-catastrophe humanity will have no chance to prolong life because number of people [remaining alive] will be not enough to start up the mechanism of the transition. In the future humanity will join a galactic community of evolved extra-terrestrial civilizations, linked through consciousness.”.

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We are about possibilities… perspectives, observations, deductions, reason, and more possibilities. Is it a maze? No, I think not. It is a dream. It is akin to multiple personality disorder (dissociation – dissociative identity disorder). Getting in touch with reality requires spiritual progress. Any information provided here is offered for entertainment purposes only. Discernment is always required.

 

MsOinaes – Rahelio about Sedona’s Energy Vortexes, Soul Mates, UFOs

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The summer of 2013, I went on a trip with Wisdom From North around the USA to interview inspiring thought leaders and visionaries. This is the seventh interview of the total of 11 interviews from this trip. I visited NYC, Sedona, Boulder Creek, Ojai and LA. Check the website to see more interviews from the tour.
This time I am in Sedona and meeting Rahelio Roderiguez, the astrologer,mystic and spiritual guide.

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Wired.com – Building the Unbuildable – What Happens When We’re the Ones Flying UFOs

  • Peter Coffin’s UFO flies over the Skyline Drive-In for the Station to Station event in Barstow, CA.

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By definition, UFOs should not be built.

In order to have an “unidentified flying object,” the origins of said object must be unknown. And yet, technically, we know how to identify UFOs – or at least as pop culture has imagined them. They are flying saucers covered with lights that float through the air like spinning plates. Or something. Some people spend their lives looking for one, others fear what would happen if they were abducted by one.

Yet, artist Peter Coffin has built one.

“The question I get excited about is ‘Well, why did you make the UFO in the first place? Isn’t a UFO something that people don’t make? Isn’t it supposed to be an alien thing?’” Coffin told WIRED. “Does it make it more real or less real at that point because it’s man-made?”

Coffin didn’t build his UFO because he’s particularly interested in alien spacecraft. Instead, his flying saucer, which flew over Station to Station‘s Barstow event Tuesday, is meant to be thought-provoking – to make people contemplate why we look to the skies hoping to see UFOs, even if we’d be horrified to actually see one. (You know, because it could mean an invasion.)

Think about it. Some folks, like the team at the SETI Institute, scan the heavens actively seeking out life elsewhere in the universe. Other people would spot a flying saucer and immediately feel terrified by whatever life forms might be inside. Hollywood does the same thing: sometimes intergalactic visitors are E.T., cute and cuddly and obsessed with Reese’s Pieces, while others are predatory monsters looking to drain Earth of its resources or enslave its people.

The goal of Coffin’s UFO is to evoke these very disparate reactions. After being fascinated by what UFOs seem to represent in our culture as a kid growing up in the 1980s, the artist began digging into how humans deal with UFOs psychologically. That interest continued into adulthood when he discovered that analytical psychologist Carl Jung had actually wrote on the subject called, Flying Saucers: A Modern Myth of Things Seen in the Skies. In the book, Jung didn’t concern himself with whether or not UFOs were real, but rather why anyone would think they might be.

“In the threatening situation of the world today, when people are beginning to see that everything is at stake, the projection-creating fantasy soars beyond the realm of earthly organizations and powers into the heavens, into interstellar space, where the rulers of human fate, the gods, once had their abode in the planets,” Jung wrote. “Even people who would never have thought that a religious problem could be a serious matter that concerned them personally are beginning to ask themselves fundamental questions.”

Coffin hopes those fundamental questions are also asked by those who view his UFO, even if they know it’s part of an art project. In Barstow, it was hard to tell exactly what members of the audience contemplated when they saw the UFO, though many at least turned their smartphones away from an ongoing Beck performance to capture an image of Coffin’s creation. (Beck himself even tweaked his song “Where It’s At” in the vessel’s honor, saying he had “two turntables and a UFO.”)

During previous UFO flights, like when Coffin took it to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in 2010, folks treated its presence as a reason to party. But during another flight over the Baltic Sea in 2008, Coffin worked with a group of sociologists to get reactions from people who saw it — some who knew the flying saucer was part of an art experiment, and some who didn’t.

“The discussions were really interesting,” said Coffin. “It was an opportunity, especially for the folks who did know about it in advance, to speak about things that I think are hard for people to speak about – that is, their own beliefs about reality or their own beliefs about their own spiritual beliefs … Artists in a significant way have felt responsible to make visible the invisible – images of religious figures, or art that was inspired by new science before new science could answer some of the questions about what reality is really like.”

Walking onto the build site for the UFO before the test run in Barstow – which was actually conducted in a nearby cemetery – Coffin smiled like a kid when he saw his creation again. “It’s going to be great to see this thing fly.” Folks from Cinimod Studio and Prolyte Group, which helped Coffin design and build the contraption, scurried around affixing lights and GoPro cameras to the 1,800-pound aluminum structure and securing its on-board computer. They make it look easy, but Cinimod Studio founder Dominic Harris noted there wasn’t much prior art for something like this. “This was massively over-engineered,” he said. “You kind of have to write your own brief.”

While Coffin is happy to explain the intent of his UFO, he’s a bit cagey when it comes to discussing how he built it — or how it flies. “My dad growing up was a magician and he would always say, ‘A good magician never reveals his tricks,’ I’m not into keeping things secret, but I want the emphasis to be something else.” He will say, however, that he designed it to look like the UFOs in sci-fi movies and novels, that it’s 30 feet in diameter, and that one of its many lighting features actually comes in the form of police lights. But how did it get to Barstow in the first place? Coffin dodges again.

“I think it’s fun for people to wonder about how it got there. As a joke we’ve always told people that it flew there and it’s meeting us there,” he said.

Ultimately, even though it’s not a photograph, or a painting, or a sculpture, or even one of the many yurts around the Station to Station stops, Coffin said his UFO fits in with universal purpose of art. And much like cubist artists were inspired by the new technologies and scientific discoveries happening in their time, he hopes his work can be reflective of discoveries science has yet to make – if they are indeed out there.

All photos: Bryan Derballa/WIRED

Angela Watercutter

Angela is a reporter for the Underwire, Wired’s pop culture blog. She is also a senior editor of Longshot magazine and a contributor to Pop-Up Magazine.

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