New member here, but I've have been interested in UFOs since the appearance of the "flying saucers" in 1947 when I was nine. The phenomena are my passion for another reason also. I underwent an abduction/timeloss experience in October of 1964. Over the decades I've learned a lot about myself and what we humans face giving our sorry state as we react to what always should have been an intuitive understanding of the cosmos--other beings, far, far more advanced and intelligent exist.
...So, the Russians have invented a craft that has LED front trim lighting similar to the most recent automobiles? --Boy, a day late and a dollar short, as the old saying goes with that feature. But then, it was on display like a new car so why not even if little originality is displayed? Unless you want to believe that it is a new, in your face, way or displaying a device that makes all other forms of movement obsolete. But it most probably isn't a real anything and, more likely, they are looking for Arab money to help them out with their aerospace programs.
At best, let us be comfortable that there is a massive program in effect, with various parties sharing roles, to prepare the public for what is finally coming. --That you must come to accept aned understand. For over 70 years the US government has denied the existence of ET vehicles among our midst. Then, mysteriously, someone drags out the tic-Tac video that would need about ten levels of security removed from it before public eyes could see it. Then another one comes (I believe). Then, the Pentagon, wakes up and gets interested and decide to do a study and let us know that they are going to do just that. Then, either the study was quickly done or, they didn't wait for it, they told us officially that the Tic-Tac could be an ET craft but they didn't know where it was from! --As if that was important. Shockingly, no Rose Garden announcement that the UFOs had suddenly been recognized for what they have always represented to most smart eyes that witnessed them. --So what they did there? Then created a nifty little drama to slyly hand us the news, like in a folded note, that they finally acknowledged the reality of ET craft. So slick was it, that you never thought even once about going running in the streets screaming the the "UFOS Are Here!" (unless you were ANTIFA and had other reasons also).
Anyway, folks, there is a master-master plan in the works and you ain't seen nothing yet.
Honestly, my betting money is that the Tic-Tacs are our own development of alien technology that we've back-engineered and are slowly revealing to the world. In truth, it also could be that the Russians...or the Chinese, have been feverishly working on their own versions of that type of craft and they exist in somewhat less fancy versions shown in the video.
Thanks for the warm welcome. I'll look around here and get an idea of how I can best contribute. I have a lot of material I could possible share if it fits with the tenor of this place. Topics I've written about are UFO power systems, Black Triangles, ET motives, Mars, forward thinking on the human condition, and psi related topics.
U.F.O. Landing Is Fact, Not Fantasy, the Russians Insist
It is not a joke, nor a hoax, nor a sign of mental instability, nor an attempt to drum up local tourism by drawing the curious, the Soviet press agency Tass insisted today in discussions of what it called an extraterrestrial visit to southern Russia.
Residents of the city of Voronezh insisted today that lanky, three-eyed extraterrestrial creatures had indeed landed in a local park and gone for a stroll and that a seemingly fantastic report about the event carried Monday by the official press agency Tass was absolutely true.
''It was not an optical illusion,'' said Lieut. Sergei A. Matveyev of the Voronezh district police station, who said in a telephone interview that he saw the landing of the U.F.O. on Sept. 27.
Lieutenant Matveyev confessed that he had not actually seen the aliens, but said he saw the spaceship and ''it was certainly a body flying in the sky,'' moving noiselessly at a very high speed and very low altitude. 'Anything Is Possible'