Update: in an email sent May 23, 2010, David Wilcock calls the spiral a fake. That doesn’t mean it is; it’s only David’s opinion. But he does have a background in computer graphics and film-making.
Hi, David – have you heard about the latest “spiral” in Canada? See this amazing surreal video, looks almost CGI.
[Moderator: Yes, we’ve had a bunch of links come in about this. David looked at it and said it IS computer graphics. Not real.]
I’m going to leave it up anyway because it’s educational and newsworthy even if it proves to be a fake. (It’s quite a well-executed fake if it is one. Someone deserves congratulations.) I’ve substituted the original video for the later version.
Besides the video, there are the two photographs. But again I have no idea whether they are genuine either. Let the buyer beware.
Earlier note: I feel a little hesitation sharing this. Allegedly we have three sources who saw a spiral over Western Canada.
However, the Youtube video seems a bit too well made to be genuine. Either the ETs staged this event perfectly, or else the man who caught it on camera was very lucky, or else it was photoshopped. I honestly don’t know which is the case.
I post it as possibly newsworthy, but urge caution in accepting it.
The article that accompanies it is from WeatherSpace.com.
UFO Spiral in the sky seen and heard across Western Canada
The Weather Space
May 22, 2010
The Norway spiral comes to mind when TheWeatherSpace.com received photographs and even an amazing video of the event. An object swooped down from the sky and then returned in a brilliant display on Friday night across the Western Canada areas.
Three different photographers have given their photos to TheWeatherSpace.com in what looks like something out of a science fiction movie. We cannot see what would cause this one Earth. The Norway spiral was said to be caused by a missile launch in the Russian territory. But what is this?
The only known areas to launch on the Western coast are the Vandenberg Air Force Base and Alaskan areas. Vandenberg confirms no launches and Kodiak Island has to be ruled out due to the direction of travel (from the west).
The photographs show a very similar shape and mysterious object off the coast of Canada. The object is not a missile as one photograph from the beach has the trajectory curving up! What is it?
A video was sent to TheWeatherSpace.com and the web team has added it to the video server on YouTube.com. The video shows the entire sequence of this object as filmed by Steven Murray.
“I have four sky cameras to catch meteors on and number three caught it”, Murray said. “I saw it from my office while doing work. The object was on the monitor. By the time I rushed outside the object was gone but the loudest boom I ever heard from a distance struck shortly after.”
Anyone else with additional information is urged to contact TheWeatherSpace.com with reports, photos, and videos.