Why do UFO sightings continue to occur near nuclear facilities?

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NEW YORK, BRONX (ORDO News) — Enmyoin Temple in Japan‘s Fukushima Prefecture, according to its chief monk Tomonori Izumi, is now popularly known by a different name: “Miracle Temple.”

“I don’t know if it was some kind of god or a powerful being on the UFO, but I believe that some invisible force really came to save us,” Izumi said.

On March 11, 2011, one of the worst nuclear disasters in history occurred at the Fukushima-1 nuclear plant, caused by an earthquake and subsequent tsunami. The simultaneous disaster destroyed most of the surrounding area, but “miraculously the temple remained intact.”

“The UFOs appeared after the explosion. There were a lot of them. I was shocked,” the monk said in the fourth episode of VICE’s Encounters series on Netflix: “Lights Over Fukushima.”

“Radioactive energy was leaking everywhere. I believe the UFOs came to redirect the flow of radioactive energy and save us. At least that’s my theory,” says Izumi.

As after the accident at the Fukushima nuclear power plant, UFOs have been repeatedly recorded in places where people have generated nuclear activity. There have been “very clear connections” between UFO sightings and nuclear landmarks “for decades,” says study author Dr. Jensin Andresen.

“My personal opinion, based on over 30 years of extensive research, is that there is an advanced extraterrestrial presence at work here on Earth and in the oceans,” she said.

Andresen, citing declassified government reports from agencies such as the FBI and CIA on UFO sightings near nuclear facilities, said she examined 39 different pieces of evidence from the 1940s to the 1990s.

“This dates back to the 1930s, when there was scientific research going on to understand the process of fission. But then in the 1940s, particularly right after the explosion of two atomic bombs in Japan in 1945, there is a real explosion of activity. Then it became decisive, final. You see one thing after another happening in the immediate vicinity of places associated with nuclear weapons,” says Andresen.

According to her, there are many cases in which phenomena were observed near Kirtland Air Force Base, Sandia National Laboratory and other places “where nuclear weapons were stored.”

Another famous incident occurred at Malmstrom Air Force Base in Montana in March 1967. Robert Salas, who was working as a missile launch officer at the time managing ten nuclear-tipped missiles, claimed that one day, after he received reports of strange UFO sightings from other officers, his missiles were disabled and became “uncontrollable.” He later learned that ten missiles at another nearby site had also been stopped “under similar circumstances, very similar circumstances, when UFOs were seen over the launchers.” Most recently, Salas said he had informed the Pentagon’s Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO), the division tasked with resolving credible UFO sightings, about the event.

According to Andresen, one of the most striking examples of such activity in the area of ​​nuclear facilities was the disaster at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in the USSR in 1986.

“Many cases of UFO activity were also recorded there. At the height of the fire in Chernobyl, the readings were 3000 milliroentgen, which is a unit of measurement for ionizing radiation. And at the very height of the fire, many watched as a UFO arrived, stayed for 3 minutes, lit up right at the fourth power unit and flew away “, she said. “They took another reading and apparently it dropped to 800. In just a few minutes. It looks like a very conscious attempt to eliminate the danger caused by the malfunction.”

Like the chief monk of the Temple of Miracle, Andresen also believes that these extraterrestrial beings are trying to help us avoid self-destruction in a nuclear holocaust.

“I think it’s a mind that recognizes the depth of human creativity and wants to preserve it. I think it’s a mind that cares about us. I think it’s a mind that doesn’t want us to go extinct. That’s what I think really gets across.” “, – she said. “We’re here with you. Just open your hearts. Open your minds. We want to help you. And, you know, let’s get to know each other better.” I think that’s what the message is.”


News agencies contributed to this report, edited and published by ORDO News editors.

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