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UFOs prevent meteor crashing in Turkey

Turkey – On 1 November 2002, according to a Turkish UFO site, airline pilots in several different planes, as well as witnesses on the ground, saw a bright light which they at first thought was another plane. However, when it broke up into a group of smaller lights and rapidly vanished, they realized it was a UFO. One pilot said: ìI'm 100 per cent certain that the object I saw was not a conventional aircraft, an asteroid or a comet. It was definitely a UFO.î

One of the pilots described the sighting: ìWe realized that it was not a conventional aircraft but certainly a UFO. As a matter of fact, I saw 10 or 15 constant lights flying very close to each other, and there was a blinking bright white light underneath. These white lights were leaving yellowish trails behind them. Then they started to move away from each other. We observed them for about 40 seconds until they disappeared, so I concluded that they flew faster than the speed of light.î

Another pilot reported: ìWe realized that it's quite unlikely for this thing to be an asteroid. From the reddish colour emerging from it, we thought that it might be an airplane in some state of emergency or even about to crash. When it came to the 12 o'clock position we saw a mass of red light in front of it, small light formations stretching back behind it, and one more blinking light on its rear edge as if it were the beacon of an airplane. This thing was definitely not an airplane or an asteroid. It was something like glowing light formations moving together in a bigger mass of light. [Then] the mass of light disappeared and the small bright formations moved away.î

Yet another pilot said: ì14 minutes after we took off from Antalya Airport for Munich, a light approaching from the west caught our attention. At first, thinking it was an airliner approaching, we looked out of the window with extreme interest. As it came closer it got bigger, allowing its huge mass to be seen. We looked at each other with amazement, and continued watching, stunned. At first sight it appeared like a single mass, but as it came nearer we saw a huge mass in the middle surrounded by tens of plane-like objects. I first thought that they had been carrying out some kind of fuel transfer in the air. But that wouldn't be possible with so many airplanes.

ìWe couldn't grasp what was happening. We asked the radar station in Ankara if they picked up any signals. They said they had not seen anything on the screen. Sun Express pilots also stated that they had seen UFOs. There was no signal on the military radar indicating the presence of an unknown object.î

The UFO was seen from the ground as well. ìWhen we were preparing for departure from Antalya for Stuttgart,î reported an airline captain, ìI spotted a flying object that we couldn't identify. We had completed all preparations and were waiting for the passengers to come on board. When I stepped into the cabin to confirm that everything was ready for take-off, one of our cabin attendants called: ëCaptain, could you come over, there's something I'd like to show you.' Our plane was facing west. When we looked north/north-west, I saw a bizarre flying object. I couldn't estimate how high it was flying. It was faster than an airplane but still too slow to be a shooting star or asteroid. It was more like a ball of fire leaving trails behind, flying from west to east. As it was moving out of sight, its glow was phasing out. I then learned that some other colleagues had watched the same object, and what they saw confirmed my observation.î

The manager of a nearby hotel was driving, when: ìI saw a marvellous shooting star that made an angle of 90 degrees down to the ground. At exactly the same time as I watched that magnificent view, I saw a cluster of light moving on my right. What I saw was violating the laws of physics. If it were an asteroid it would crash into the ground at extreme speed. [Then] the object – whatever it is – disappeared. I couldn't figure out what it was. Some friends warned me that I might face cynical attitudes, so I kept silent until I heard the news on 7 November 2002.î

The UFO was also seen by an imam when he went to the mosque for early morning prayers. ìI saw luminous objects looking like long minarets,î he said, while another witness recounted: ìA little while before the prayer-call we saw a number of objects in the sky. The objects then formed a cluster of yellow light. It was glowing all around. I wouldn't believe if I hadn't seen it with my own eyes.î


 Q. (1) The internet site reported this remarkable event: A meteor, entering the atmosphere of the Earth above Turkey on 1 November 2002 and likely to have caused a major disaster, was pulverized and rendered harmless by a UFO before it could strike the Earth. This conclusion was made by a research centre which investigated the reports of six aircrews. Amateur photographs and video recordings have also been made of the event.

Was there really an enormous meteor above Turkey on 1 November 2002? (2) If so, did a UFO destroy this meteor and why? (3) On whose authority would a UFO do this? (4) Where did this UFO come from and how could a UFO react so quickly?

A.     (1) Yes. (2) Yes. It would have caused enormous damage and loss of life. (3) There is a standing order to UFO crews to help in this way. (4) Mars. They do not work in ëtime' as we know it.

From the May 2004 issue of Share International

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First published April 1999, Last modified: 15-Oct-2005