Exists an alternative explanation for the majority of UFO encounters attributed to alien origin? For some, the response may be that a government agency in the United States and in another country is merely developing technology that are beyond our imagination. And while this may appear to be a somewhat dull explanation for the weird occurrences in our skies, the reality is quite the reverse. Several conspiracy theorists assert that a large portion of the alleged alien activity over the previous 80 years has been exposed as top-secret government initiatives. (UFO seen above South Carolina)
The secret history of flying saucers is one example. In the late 1950s, the United States Air Force was constructing a supersonic spacecraft as part of Project 1794. On November 12, 1959, the Avro Canada VZ-9AV, often known as the "Avrocar," underwent its maiden flight test. It was a circular war machine, but the prototypes supposedly never reached military specifications. Instead of reaching a height of around 30,000 meters (100,000 feet), it barely reached a height of 5,000 feet (1,500 meters). Neither were they able to attain a high rate of speed, as their shape was highly unstable. In 1961, the top-secret project was canceled. (UFO seen above South Carolina)
And let's not forget the rich trove of ufology and conspiracy theories, southwest of Nevada, known as Area 51. The CIA acknowledged in 2013 that the location existed and has long been used to test espionage planes such as the Lockheed U-2, also known as "Dragon Lady." Now, assuming we accept the official explanation, the issue would be: where does all of this technology originate? As there is a potential that it is extraterrestrial technology, another argument ensues at this point. Abandoning the dispute surrounding its origin, a new video produced by MUFON, the renowned group that analyzes UFO reports, reveals intriguing lights on Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, sparking several hypotheses on social media. (UFO seen above South Carolina)
The illumination of South Carolina
The video was captured on August 5 and posted by the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) on October 4. It depicts a formation of little lights or a large object with several lights, similar to the Phoenix lights, hovering above a pier near Myrtle Beach at night.
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"I was photographing MUFON at night from the end of a long pier, so there were no bright surfaces around," the anonymous user explained. "I did not see the things until I went home and saw the photos and video."
The man stated that he merely planned to photograph and record a severe storm. But, I captured what looks to be a massive "spaceship" hovering above the region. Like with the majority of photographic or video evidence, it is impossible to determine precisely what we are seeing, and reflections or other abnormalities are, without a doubt, realistic and likely explanations, particularly considering the abundance of bright lights along this length of Myrtle Beach.
So, critics say that the unexplained lights are actually camera lens reflections or flashes. Some have noted that the formation of the lights resembles the brightness of the buildings beneath. The believers, however, have a whole other explanation, claiming that a massive alien spacecraft is driving the storm. Moreover, it would appear to be a typical habit for civilizations from other worlds to follow us without being observed. Even some field specialists relate this recent encounter to the event that occurred in Phoenix, Arizona on March 13, 1997.
Many of witnesses reported seeing odd, brilliant lights flying over Nevada, Arizona, and a portion of Mexico between 7:30 and 10:30 p.m. One of the objects, according to witnesses, was boomerang-shaped and more over one kilometer wide.
What are your thoughts on this recent sighting? Reflections, a military exercise, or something from an alternate universe?