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On December 18, the English edition of Russia’s Pravda newspaper ran a story on a pyramid UFO sighting over the Kremlin, Moscow that day. The report cited amateur videos taken of the sighting by hundreds of cell phones. The only problem was that the pyramid UFO actually appeared on December 9, the same day of the mysterious Norway Spiral Lights, and one day before President Obama’s Nobel Peace Prize speech. Was it simply a mistake or was Pravda deliberately trying to confuse the public over the Moscow sighting reported 9 days earlier by various Russian and Western media sources? More importantly, was Pravda trying to downplay any possible link between the Norway Light spiral and the UFO pyramid over the Kremlin?
On Dec 9, 2009, a mysterious light spiral appeared over Norway. One day later, Russia announced that a Bulava missile test had failed. This was accepted by most Western analysts as the most plausible explanation for the Norway light spiral. The Norway lights spiral preceded President Obama’s December 10 Nobel Peace Prize speech where nuclear disarmament was prominently featured. Around the same time these events were taking place, two amateur videos first surfaced of a mysterious mile wide pyramid shaped UFO appearing over Moscow’s Kremlin City. The Moscow UFO pyramid appeared for several hours on December 9 and raised the possibility of a link with the Norway spiral lights. Was the failed missile test caused by extraterrestrials wanting to signal to the Russian Federation that nuclear weapons development was not in the best interests of Russia or the world? Did the extraterrestrials responsible for the failed test and/or linked to the Norway light spiral, then appear over Moscow’s seat of political and military power - the Kremlin? The alleged failed missile test, the Norway Spiral lights, Moscow UFO pyramid, and Obama’s Peace Prize speech, point to a startling conclusion. Extraterrestrials have begun to openly act in ways that directly influence the national security policies of the world’s two major nuclear powers: the US and Russia.
Hundreds of witnesses saw the Moscow pyramid according to the Daily Mail, Some claimed the pyramid was an air balloon or stunt, but a spokesman for aerospace experts from Jane's News told the Sun newspaper: "We have no idea what it is." Furthermore, the Russian police had no official comment. To date, there has been no official explanation from Russian authorities over the mile wide UFO pyramid. Instead, what has just emerged is an English version Pravda news report that the pyramid appeared on December 18, and was filmed on many cell phones. Here is what Pravda reported:
A strange flying object was spotted in the sky above Moscow today, December 18. Muscovites could see a large triangle-shaped object hovering above Red Square. Many people filmed the object on their cell phones and uploaded the videos on YouTube. The videos stirred quite a controversy in We
stern media outlets, which concluded that the triangle above the heart of Moscow was an unidentified flying object. The object, about 1.5 kilometers wide, looked like the imperial cruiser from the Star Wars, The Daily Telegraph wrote. The object was hovering above the Kremlin for several hours. The videos of the strange object have gone to the top of YouTube Russia.
The dating of the Pyramid UFO sighting by Pravda appears to be a deliberate fabrication. This is revealed by a number of Western media reports dating the sighting to December 9, and Russia Today news story that was posted on Youtube on December 11. In the absence of any official report on the UFO pyramid, Pravda’s report appears to be a disinformation effort by mixing a fabricated date of the pyramid UFO sighting with more compelling evidence that it was widely seen and filmed in Moscow. The disinformation effort appears intended disassociate the Moscow pyramid UFO sighting with the Norway light spiral on December 9 apparently caused by a failed Russian missile.
In conclusion, hundreds of witness sightings, at least two amateur videos and possibly other phone camera shots/films, according to Pravda, exist of the Moscow UFO pyramid. The fact that incident occurred on the same day of a spectacular light spiral in Norway associated with a failed Russian missile test naturally raises the possibility of a link. With historical evidence that UFOs have intervened in the past to cause the failure of nuclear missile tests, this suggests a clear linkage between the Norway spiral lights and the Moscow UFO sighting. This possibility is strengthened further by the fact that nuclear disarmament was a major policy element of President Obama’s Nobel Peace Prize speech one day later. With the growing possibility of a clear link between these events on December 9 and 10, Pravda’s December 18 report appeared to be an effort to downplay such a possibility by mixing dates in an apparent disinformation effort. Russian national security authorities may be influencing Pravda and other Russian news sources to downplay such a possible link. The goal may be to hide an embarrassing revelation – extraterrestrial life has begun to openly influence the nuclear policies of Russia and the United States. If correct, such a revelation points to increasing pressure on major powers to disclose the truth about extraterrestrial life in the near future.
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