Sunday, January 30, 2011

UFO over Temple Mount

I think this could just be someone playing with a lazer light, but anyway....here it is:

Two witnesses who happened to be at the Armon Hanatziv panoramic lookout over Mount Zion and the Dome of the Rock/Temple Mount in Jerusalem, Israel at 1am managed to film what might be one of the most interesting UFO clips ever captured (see video below). The sighting took place only yesterday on the morning of the 28th of January.

The men notice the large ball shaped UFO suspended in the night sky and begin to film. At a little after one minute into the clip the UFO descends almost to ground level directly over the Dome of the Rock/Temple Mount. The craft hovers there for a short while and then flickers and shoots upwards at an incredible speed, to the shock of the witnesses.

One of the witnesses, Mr Eli Gael, notes during the filming, in Hebrew, that he is certain that it must be forbidden for civilian craft to hover over Jerusalem in such a manner.




Note: It's a hoax: see here UFO over Temple Mount #3

12 comments:

  1. Lazer light...I agree. Just two witnesses who happen to be at the lookout and who just happen to be filming - what? At about 1:21 seconds in, the guy yells "Wow" BEFORE the beam of light shoots straight up. Fake.
    And after that, he doesn't react. I would if I saw something that unusual. Nice try though. A+ for creativity.

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  2. Devorah Designs, there was a huge flash of light and the guy screams, "Wow!" then it goes up. he said "Wow about the flash of light.....

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  3. I have to disagree. The 'wow' is not before the the light from the acceleration or whatever it is. I watched it over and over again. He did not say it before it happened. It was in quick reaction. Moreover, who said he 'happened' to be randomly filming and it showed up? He was standing on his terrace of balcony and it descended and he went to get his camera. Isn't this plausible?

    Keep in mind. Anything is possible with Hashem. I cannot rule anything out. What do I know? Nothing. What is possible with Hashem? Everything and anything. Anything is possible with Hashem. What were the Urim vTumim and the Ephod? How did it work? King Saul and King David communicated with Hashem with it -- was it a super sophisticated communications instrument? Maybe someone can answer....

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  4. If it was a lazer, wouldn't there be a beam of light? I didn't see any beam - just a ball.....hmm. Anyway, this was shot on Shabbat - so anything non kosher is possible.

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  5. Hmmmmmm....good debate. I see the flash and then he says 'wow". ok, no big deal though- hey look, May this be the worst machloches we ever have, :)

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  6. Ok, so I'm not too too crazy.....

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  7. His reaction seemed genuine to me..

    I read this on another blog

    "Interestingly, ancient Jewish texts talk of a ball of light that would descend to the Temple to ignite the sacrificial altar in days gone by. Was this ball of light being sent down by aliens?"

    Any thoughts?

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  8. I also found another link which will interest you all

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qiSmdhQ88Ts&feature=fvwk

    What do you think?

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  9. Eliyahu HaNavi used to pray and fire would descend from Heaven to the altar. Maybe we just need Eliyahu now...where is he?? Look around.

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  10. The event was captured by no fewer than 8 persons who were filming the Temple area at that time of 1:00 a.m. It's not a youtube hoax. Could it be an illusion? Yes. But it's probably NOT an illusion.

    But it is most certainly NOT a hoax.

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