Indian Army Has Spotted More Than 100 UFOs Near Tibet

Spy drones from China advanced beyond anything we’ve seen before? Aliens on their way to visit the Dalai Lama? India Today reports on a perplexing mystery:

Units of the Indian Army and the Indo-Tibetan Border Police Force (ITBP) have reported Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOS) in the Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir. An ITBP unit based in Thakung, close to the Pangong Tso Lake, reported over 100 sightings of luminous objects between August 1 and October 15 this year.

In reports sent to their Delhi headquarters in September, and to the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO), they described sighting “Unidentified Luminous Objects” at day and by night. The yellowish spheres appear to lift off from the horizon on the Chinese side and slowly traverse the sky for three to five hours before disappearing. These were not unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVS), drones or even low earth-orbiting satellites, say Army officials who have studied the hazy photographs taken by ITBP.

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  • http://twitter.com/jasonpaulhayes jasonpaulhayes

    Story of my life … events that are both terrifying and wonderful. It’s a strange thing to have never had an interest in the paranormal but to not be able to ignore it once its revealed itself. Everything you think you know and everything you believe changes in an instant, nothing can prepare a person to witness what is said to not be.

    “Something is clearly wrong, if our combined scientific resources can’t explain the phenomena” says a senior Army official in Delhi

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gH2efAcmBQM

    • David Howe

      I’m not surprised that “our combined scientific resources can’t explain”. They really can’t be bothered to go ghost-hunting. What a waste of time.

      • http://twitter.com/jasonpaulhayes jasonpaulhayes

        That’s a fascinating naive statement and an absurd cherry picking of a simple quote to fit your preconceived notions of what warrants scientific inquiry. Clearly you’ve made up your mind about the subject but I can’t imagine why that might be. How should you know what does or does not warrants scientific investigation or paranormal investigation?

        Nobody is talking about “ghost-hunting” and shame on you for saying so. They’re speaking about aerial objects that elude even the most sophisticated of modern aircraft and enter restricted airspace effortlessly. It’s a national security issues first and foremost and warrants scientific investigation before any sort of a paranormal investigation. Perhaps you would feel differently if you had witnessed what so very many of us have and fully consider the implications that these aircraft may not be “our” aircraft. We’re told that we don’t have aircraft capable of what millions of people around the world are witnessing. Although there are certainly black budget projects, secret aircraft and technologies that don’t begin to see the light of day for many decades after their development, it’s incredibly short sighted to chalk it up to that when we don’t know that to be the case.

  • David Howe

    It’s all those damn prayer cloths taking flight

  • kowalityjesus

    I remember hearing something in college that was something like “The only reason the world is allowed to continue to exist is because of monks praying in Tibet.” I would say monks praying in Abbott of Cluny now, but numberless are the mysteries of the world.

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