ET in photos of UFO?

Pareidolia (def) –
Misperception of an ambiguous stimulus as something specific (e.g.- seeing Jesus in the burn marks of a tortilla, or the face of Satan in the World Trade Center smoke)
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What are the chances of finding a really good example of Pareidolia in the photos of a UFO you have taken recently. A good example that shows the face of, say, an extraterrestrial green reptilian type creature? Anyone out there familiar with a priori chance calculations care to figure that out?
I originally set up this site to personally have some fun with the strange, and stories about UFOs. At that time, little did I know that I would actually later see a UFO. I believe that the UFO I saw could be a UFO using cloaking technology to cause it to appear as different shapes, a shape-shifting UFO cloaking technology. There is widespread speculation that these shape shifting UFOs could be plasma-based life forms of some sort, even coming from another dimension, or another time. The UFO I saw was quite large – I estimate it at about 50 to 80 feet wide.obama_toast
So, here is more of the weird and strange, it’s something like a finding a picture of Obama in a piece of burnt toast (probably a fake, left) or seeing the face on mars (not a fake, right) taken by the Mars Global Surveyor in 2000 or 2001.While looking at my UFO photos, I noticed a shadowy greenish figure in the middle of the first photo in the gallery below, so I decided to try and enlarge and enhance the shadows, and found the face of an ET, and something next to the ET; possibly the face of a man (top left).
For those of you who will say that I faked the UFO photos, I didn’t. Neither are the facial images faked, I simply enlarged and increased the brightness in those areas of the photos. I will also soon be publishing photos from other sources of this same type of UFO phenomenon. I tried to enlarge this area of the photo a couple different ways to bring out the details, and the results are below.Is There Really No Such Thing As Coincidence? – such as finding the image of a cliché ET hidden in my photo of the UFO?
The photos, and the faces: a case of Pareidolia, or a real ET and his human flying companion?
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Enlarged the above with preserve detail filter, looks a lot like an ET type creature.
Outline showing ETs head, thin neck, and hand with 2 or 3 fingers.
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Photos are blurry from magnification, but seem to show the face of a man next to a reptailian ET creature. Faces are outlined above. Above 3 photos have the detail filter removed.
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Pay no attention to that man behind the curtain.”

The faces at the right were found in the photos also, the first one that looks like a translucent skull was found in another in my series of photos of the UFO, and the second one that looks like the side view of a camel’s head was found in the same photo as the ET (above). dscf0292-face dscf0291-face2

NASA UFO tether incident

Compare objectsNASA UFOs appeared on spring 1948 Fate magazine cover!

Did NASA prove the existence of UFOs? The NASA STS-75 “space debris” has been sighted at least once before – in 1947!

The 1996 NASA STS-75 shuttle mission recorded live video of what NASA called “space debris” and Closeup of Notch“ice particles” that look eerily similar to the “Flying Disks” depicted on the cover of a 1948 Fate Magazine – Vol 1 Issue 1, the very first issue of Fate. In fact, the NASA “space debris” in the video and the “flying disks” on the magazine cover are unmistakably and exactly the same odd shape (notice the varying notch sizes in the illustration).

Apparently the illustration on the cover was inspired by the eyewitness report and a drawing of the “Flying Disks” by a pilot. Two of the articles from the 1948 issue are about the “Flying Disks”, and one of them is available at to read online at [direct link].The story is a three page narrative written by the pilot describing his encounter with several “flying disk” objects that he saw flying over Mt. Rainier, Washington in June of 1947. The pilot states that he offered to undergo a complete “mental and physical examination as to my capabilities” in order to verify “the authenticity of my story”.

Camera artifacts, sometimes called airy disks, are often used as an explanation to account for the NASA UFO objects, but what the pilot saw over Mt. Rainier in June of 1947 were not camera artifacts, since he had no camera that day.

Fate magazine was originally founded and published by science fiction writer Ray Palmer, who some call the “father of Flying Saucers”. Ray Palmer used the pen name Robert Webster in his Fate writings.

I can clearly remember seeing this magazine issue when I was younger, so I can verify that the illustration on the cover is the same one that actually appeared in newsstands in 1948.

NASA may want to rethink calling these objects “space trash”, and present a more exacting definition of what the objects are. Maybe something like “we don’t know” or “we can’t or won’t tell you”.

So, what do you think these “flying disk” objects really are?

NASA zoom photo of “space debris” floating around tether
1948 Fate Magazine
1948 Fate magazine cover with the same UFO shapes. Click for larger view

Watch the NASA tether incident video:

The NASA STS-75 mission ran a trial experimental tether that was to be used for towing and placing satellites into orbit. During this experiment they had a problem and the 12 mile long tether snapped due to the synthetic material accumulating a critical charge.

The shuttles cameras monitored the tether and its 100 million dollar satellite it was towing just drift away. This was all video taped live, and what was captured on this video is absolutely incredible. NASA claims the objects in the footage are ice particles very close to the camera and area passing in front of the far away tether.