2 UFOs Inside Unknown Pink Phenomena Recorded By RAF Officer
This is the British Armed Forces we're talking about here guys, it's a reliable UFO witness.
I can't believe what seems to be going on but unchecked in the world without any authority taking action? But on the other hand, what can they do about it anyway? Nothing is the answer and that's probably why they say nothing about UFOs, because they are powerless to do anything.
UFO National Archives consultant David Clarkes book regarding the Ufology genre. Well worth checking out.
I think that's why this brave RAF Officer (name blacked out) has gone on record without fear or intimidation by anyone as he sees it as his duty to tell his fellow mankind about Aliens watching the world. Yes, it's his duty, it's your duty and for someone else to say you don't need to know, well I'm afraid that doesn't fly with me. It doesn't sit right with me and it should not sit right with you!
The said RAF Officer was in Sri Lanka and sent the photos to his superiors and they responded with a message that he should contact the Sri Lanka Government. I found this article on the NBC website;
One of the files documents the experiences of a retired RAF officer who said he saw a UFO while on holiday in Sri Lanka in April 2004 and sent the Ministry of Defense supporting photographs, so again here's proof that the MoD is well aware of the UFO presence and they simply lie!
My gripe is this "what else is there, that they (MoD) are lying about".
The photographer wrote to his former colleagues at RAF Fylingdales in North Yorkshire saying: “You must admit they are unusual.”
The man, whose name was blanked out in the released documents, said: “I noticed a partial aura in the sky, a minute or so later there was a clap of thunder, then a short while later a ring like a doughnut appeared – the ring was orange in colour with a white/cream finger pushed through the head of the column, glowed an orange colour, behind the doughnut was a second cloud of colour , and a further ring of orange.”
He added: “The only way I can describe the sighting is that of an atomic or *another type of nuclear explosion, the cloud from which did not rise in the sky, but headed from the high atmosphere down toward the earth.”
In its reply, the ministry suggested that the officer contact the Sri Lankan Government.
Go here for the full story on the NBC website.
Go here to the RAF National Archives for UFOs. They have put together an impressive help guide, seriously it's impressive to see them helping out for a change.
A retired British Royal Air Force Officer has definitely gone on public record in a "right Royal fashion" and has stated that this is the UFO photograph he took.
Photo circa March 2004 of doughnut-shaped phenomenon was photographed by a retired RAF officer and sent to his old bosses tasked with investigating UFOs.
Why do I sound surprised about this spectacular UFO event, I hear you ask? Because this is not everyday that a British Royal Air Force Officer goes on public record about anything at all let alone possibly damaging UFO incidents! Because we have credible and trustworthy origins regarding this remarkable UFO event, it's as good as it's going to get. That's why I am starting to get a good impression about it.
Here's what I see;
There's what appears to be 2 UFOs, one of the "apparent UFOs" is leaving what looks like a pixelated haze in it's wake behind it. It looks silver or white, pretty much the same colour as the UFO itself. That's the one in the lower right corner by the way.
But the one near enough in the very middle of the glowing pink light (Aurora phenomena) - that one could be the one responsible for the actual "visual spectacular bonanza". I've seen UFOs spraying green gasses, liquid and also dropping things so this doesn't surprise me one bit.
With regards to the RAF doing anything (something) about the obvious UFOs running around the place like this is their own bolthole in the sun, well it's the usual story isn't it. They don't investigate UFO reports and as far as they're concerned, it's none of anyone's business!
A spokesman for the RAF said that "it had been assessed that it would be better to publish these records, rather than continue sending documents to the National Archives, and so they are looking to put them on to a dedicated gov dot uk web page".