The Sky Above Us

Chicken Little rings the school bell and cries for everyone to “run for your lives!” This sends the whole town into a frenzied panic; eventually they calm down enough to ask him what’s wrong, and Chicken Little explains that a piece of the sky shaped like a stop sign had fallen on his head when he was sitting under the big oak tree in the town square.” – Scene from the 2005 computer animated film Chicken Little

From rense.com :

What you are about to see is quite remarkable. It seems that some of the stars above us are not stars at all…as you shall see. A young man by the name of John Lenard Walson has discovered a new way to extend the capabilities of small telescopes and has been able to achieve optical resolutions – at almost the diffraction limit – not commonly achievable. With this new-found ability, he has proceeded to videotape, night and day, many strange and heretofore unseen objects in earth orbit. The resulting astrophotographic video footage has revealed a raft of machines, hardware, satellites, spacecraft and possibly space ships which otherwise appear as ‘stars’…if they appear at all.
There are, indeed, hundreds of satellites in Earth orbit as you will read in the summary which follows. However, the iamges you will see are clearly of large and sizeable machines which have not been seen before.
Let’s start with one such object in orbit as videotaped by John Lenard Walson. It is the International Space Station…the ISS…take a look…
Keeping that image and it’s relative size appearance in mind, now ask yourself, what is THIS?…

 Indeed. What is it? Anyone hazard a guess?

I never heard of John Lenard Walson before, or his process to take incredible photos using a small telescope and enhanced camera technology. The above are totally incredible examples of what might be in the skies circling directly above us right now!

And how much do our Earthly governments know? Or not know? Are those objects overhead human technology? Or do they have something to do with supposed non-human officers?

One thing is for certain, I don’t believe the public is to know what these things are above us. There seems to be alot more to the various human space programs around the world than meets the eye!

Are these things real? Or is this just special effects?

Once again, I pose the question!

Original Article

Hat tip to Red Ice Creations.

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8 responses

  1. The article states that some of this might be Star Wars Tech, especially the platform looking stuff.

    But what about the spaceship looking objects?

    Looks like real-world Stargate SG-1 shenanigans!

    I wonder if the Goa’uld were based on real aliens?

  2. Hi dad2059…

    I copied the photos from this site and from a few other websites concerning Walson’s photography. I can vouch that the space station photo is the space station, but upon blowing up the photo of one of the elongated objects then playing around with converting to b&w, negative effects etc., and then back to various color enhancements it looks like the airframe of a helicopter to me shot in the night sky at high altitude.

    I’ve also worked upon the photos from the Rense.com site too and as mentioned they simply look like high altitude choppers. One of them near the bottom of the Rense.com page just above the photo that shows (c) john lenard walson 2007 with a brightly lit blue-green image of seemingly a chopper in the night shows a strange dark ruddy red, square background, below and to the right of the object with what looks like it’s shadow cast upon this aforementioned square…?! I suggest other folks copy this photo then start enlarging it with a photoviewer function and then scroll to the bottom, lower right and you’ll see this squarish, ruddy-red area with what look like the choppers shadow image projected upon its surface. It could a reddish heat signature upon concrete with the shadow image of the chopper itself casting a shadow on upon the concrete. This squarish image surely can’t be the empty space behind this alleged unknown bogey.

    http://www.rense.com/general79/wdx1.htm

    It’s also got a group of low-flying chopper images alleging that he’s being harassed by choppers flown by unknown agency entities. My thought on this is that the guy is a fraud and he’s just trying to create some type of alleged black projects space vehicles that simply aren’t there. Anyway that’s my two cents worth on the issue.

    Now I’m not saying there aren’t some undisclosed orbiting space vehicles or even a black projects space station. We have one for feelgood public consumption and another for who knows what. To me, regardless of their mission they are all taxbase sucking, MIC sponsored programs that need to be curtailed. It will happen anyway because the U.S. is flat, dead broke and the fools that have lent us money for so long are bailing as the USD hits the skids. All these projects are nothing science based welfare programs for the most part.

    He also has a audio clip associated with the Rense site that sounds like a turbo-charged chopper engine to me along with the cyclic rotation of the blade against the turbine noise.

    Also some links concerning the actual viewing of the space station. It passes from horizon to horizon in only 240 seconds, so a telescope is not the way to go unless you are set up for azimuthal tracking synched with it’s transit. Higher power Canon, image stabilized binoculars would be an ideal instrument for such viewing.
    A small aperture scope hooked to an image stablized digital camera set up for quick acquisition and fast azimuthal tracking would work too, but you’d have to be set up and read to go from the first second of target acquisition. Even a handheld Dobsonian design would work by simply acquiring the image then tracking it manually while letting a digital image stabilized camera run in the film clip mode.

    http://blog.wired.com/defense/2007/06/picture-this-sp.html
    http://fun.familyeducation.com/satellites/outdoor-activities/35032.html

    Carl Nemo **==

  3. Hi dad2059…

    I tried to post some feedback on this article, but for whatever reason it seems that Akismet blocked my post. Maybe it’s pending for screening on your part. Thanks for checking into the problem.

    I had some interesting thoughts on these alleged black project/alien craft images.

    Carl Nemo

  4. Yep, Maybe there’s even some Ronny Raygun stuff there and I wouldn’t besotall spraddlegged if there are a few intergalactic snooping devices orbiting the old planet too. I can’t go along with Steve Greer on the zero point energy thing, as I still adhere to the old “Matter cannot either be created or destroyed” concept of physics, but agree that there has been a lot of documented UFO sightings. I’ve seen UFO’s on three occasions and I think what I’ve seen is extraterrestrial, especially the one that was hanging out in a cloud. It came out of a glowing cloud set there for a while and dimmed. Then lit up and darted several miles to the West. then toward the ground and out of sight for a bit. After a minute or so it rose up again and returned to its place in front of the cloud, then back into the cloud again. Blahblabla & I am repeating myself, but the second time it came out of the cloud my wife had come outside and witnessed it too…G:

  5. Hi dad2059…

    I thought I’d try to post my comments again this AM, but I get the same thing as last evening. WordPress uses Akismet for its SPAM filtering function. I’ve had alot of trouble posting to WhiteNoiseInsanity for the same reason. I’m beginning to think that my handle Carl Nemo is SPAM to Akismet, probably because I’m somewhat of a prolific poster on CHB, WNI, and now your site.
    I surely didn’t use any controversial links to support my comments concerning these alleged orbiting anomalies.

    Carl Nemo **==

  6. It’s not you Carl, my spam filter is set high because somebody or just plain old advertising arseholes try to over-run my blog with spam of all kinds. I get hit with hundreds of spams all of the time. So if you try to send more than one link in a comment, Akismet tags you as spam.

    I know you like to post links Carl, but you’re going to have to limit it to one per comment. Sorry I didn’t get back to you sooner about this. Family business takes precedent.

    So you think the stuff is faked? I don’t know enough about photography or photoshopping to say yay or nay. That cylindrical thing with the long rods all the way around certainly looks like a Star Wars weapon ala Ronnie Raygun as Geez pointed out. And it’s a credible piece of technology too, nothing esoteric needed there.

    I don’t know if this guy muddied up the waters of the Disclosure Project, but things like this need to be questioned. Whether they turn out to be hoaxes or not.

  7. Hi dad2059…

    Thanks for the assist concerning my post and also the explanation of how you have your filter set.

    It would be nice if a few viewers copied the suggested photo; ie., the one above the one with the copyright posting from the Rense.com site and enhanced the image along my guidelines to see if they too see the ruddy-red, square area with what looks like the tail section of a chopper’s shadow upon the surface.

    Carl Nemo **==

  8. This is one of the many military toys 😎

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