UFO Sighting Near ISON Comet Alarms Enthusiasts: Two Cigar-Shaped Flying Objects Guiding Comet To Earth?
By Staff Writer | August 31, 2013 11:48 AM EDT
With the latest uproar over the ISON comet, UFO enthusiasts are claiming that a UFO sighting near the comet is indicative of alien life "guiding" the comet towards earth.
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In the video below, the UFO sighting is distinct, and two separate cigar-shaped flying objects can be seen near the comet. Dated around this month, the images have caused an uproar, with some calling the images fake and others touting something much more ominous.
"I believe these two UFOs are either hiding with the comet so they won't be detected by other aliens or...even more likely, these UFOs are escorting...guiding the comet to an unknown destination so that the aliens could harvest the valuable minerals it contains," writes UFO Sightings Daily founder Scott Waring.
"This comet is supposed to pass so close to earth that you will be able to see it with a telescope. Are these UFOs guiding the comet to use it to impact the Earth? The comet is 5km or 3.1 miles across! Enough to do the job...an extinction event."
The ISON comet was discovered last year by two astronomers, and the big notion behind it is its potential brightness, with some theorizing it could be as bright as a full moon once it reaches closer to Earth.
But the UFO sighting may bring a new spin on the excitement surrounding the comet.
"This vid does look fake but ISON is coming and WHO named the comet...they knew the biblical implications of the name...the world is being set up between the Syria-Damascus-ISON all at once...FEMA camps stock piling...something's up," writes Youtuber hog lover upon viewing the video.
Is this a sign of potential danger hurdling towards Earth, or is this image a fake?
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