Canada

Russia Today speaks to Paul Hellyer, Canada’s defense minister at the height of the Cold War, who claims that benevolent aliens infiltrated human civilization long ago:

During the Cold War, 1961, there were about 50 UFOs in formation flying south from Russia across Europe. The Supreme Allied Command investigated for 3 years and they decided that, with absolute certainty, four species – at least – had been visiting this planet for thousands of years.

How many [extraterrestrial] species are there? I used to think between two and twelve, but the reports that I’ve been getting from sources are that there are about 80 different species…”Tall Whites”…”Short Greys”…and some of them look just like us and you wouldn’t know if you walked past one on the street.

They come from various places. Different star systems – the Pleadis, Zeta Reticuli and several others…but in the past few months I have met [those] who made me aware that there are some in our own star system.







Via Cryptomundo comes this footage of something fuzzy shot by YouTube user TimberGiantBigfoot. It’s certainly something, but I’m guessing it might be a bear, if not the usual guy in a monkey…



Openminds.tv writes:

A UFO was spotted at a Canadian minor league baseball game. One of the teams scored four runs about the time of the sighting, causing some to speculate it was “cosmic intervention.”

The game was at the Scotiabank Field at Nat Bailey Stadium in Vancouver. In the sixth inning a shiny blue object was spotted over the right field fence. The Vancouver Canadians scored four runs in that inning, and went on to win the game 5-1.

Tweeters began using the hashtag #luckyUFO, and even the Canadians team tweeted about the UFO. At least two baseball fans tweeted pictures of the object. One says he saw the object hovering and moving up and down before it disappeared.






It is possible that the increase doesn’t mean the are more objects in the sky, but instead reflects people’s shifting relations to technology, superstition, and their surroundings. The Toronto Sun writes: UFO…