UFO spotted on lunar live stream?

Anomaly hunters watching a live stream of the moon from the Miami Observatory believe they spotted a UFO briefly flying into view.

The footage, taken from a broadcast on December 3rd, initially appears to be a rather mundane look at the lunar surface.

However, that all changes when a dark, circular anomaly suddenly flies across the screen.

As one might expect, UFO enthusiasts contend that the object is not of human origin and, thus, is some kind of alien vehicle.

Their reasoning is that the mysterious sphere lacks any evidence of solar panels nor an antenna which would indicate that it came from Earth.

Skeptics, no doubt, will chalk the event up to a technical error or celestial misidentification.

What may be most striking about the unknown object is that it bears an uncanny resemblance to a distinctly circular UFO also filmed flying over the lunar surface during last month’s supermoon.

The recurring appearance of this specific type of ‘UFO’ suggests that there may, indeed, be a terrestrial explanation for the ‘flying saucers,’ although such a solution has yet to be offered from scientists.


Atrazine, which was banned in Europe in 2005 due to its potent properties and harmful effects on animals and humans, has been found in nearly 1 in 6 Americans’ drinking water.

Although the chemical has been used for more than 50 years, evidence continues to pour in that it isn’t safe for human consumption.

When atrazine is found in wildlife refuges, it can be incredibly harmful and is known to feminize several species of wildlife.

For example, the male smallmouth bass, which is incredibly sensitive to pollutants, carries eggs 85% of the time at the Missisquoi National Wildlife Refuge, which is known to be contaminated with the chemical.

If a chemical can change the sex of animals that are not already intersex, then one would think that it could be harmful to humans, and that assumption would be correct.

The chemical is known to disrupt endocrine function in human beings, which can lead to a number of health problems.

According to research, exposure to atrazine in utero can cause genital deformation in young boys, including a development of a micropenis, medically known as microphallus.

Other problems that may occur as a result of exposure include reduction in fertility, weight gain, lowering metabolism, ovarian cancer, non-Hodgkins lymphoma, thyroid disorder and hairy cell leukemia.

Atrazine has also been associated with abdominal birth defects, including gastroschisis, a condition in which a child’s intestines grow outside of his or her body.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) claims the acceptable level of atrazine in drinking water is 3 drops per an Olympic sized pool, however it is clear that many water companies are getting away with including much more in an effort to save money by not completely filtering their water.

In 2012, Syngenta AG was ordered to pay a settlement of $105 million to filter the chemical from the drinking water of 52 million Americans throughout the midwest.

And since then, 1,085 compensation claims have been made against Syngenta AG over the widespread usage of the chemical.

How can you protect yourself and your family from this dangerous chemical?

Filter your water as much as possible before you allow your family to ingest it. Make sure the filter is certified to remove atrazine before use, and ensure that you do so before both drinking and bathing to keep your water as pure as possible.

Max Spiers, Murdered by the British?

Rule Brittania


unionjack_render_1England a country of apparent opportunity, diversity and freedom has a dark underbelly which it tries to hide from the rest of the world which is suicide. figures below reveal the true number of people hitting the deepest despair in this green and pleasant land. The true story of England is no work, no freedom, no opportunity and diversity is each race sticks to there own and disabled people are treated less than human.

In 2013, 6,233 suicides were registered in the UK. This corresponds to a rate of 11.9 per 100,000 (19.0 per 100,000 for men and 5.1 per 100,000 for women). The male suicide rate is the highest since 2001. The suicide rate among men aged 45-59, 25.1 per 100,000, is the highest for this group since 1981.

Rendlesham Forest UFO

On the 11/07/16  after many years of researching Rendlesham I finally got to go there this week  and it was a lot different than I expected the lighthouse that Apprently can be seen from the UFO I could not see  and you have to cross the road from the military base to get to the UFO. Also the forest is larger than it looks on the TV  and the military base gate was actually in the forest not on the road. also there are few more houses then it says on the TV and Rendlesham is not too far away from woolpit which is known for the case of the green children.

Obviously some strange things have gone on in Suffolk throughout history.