Linda Moulton Howe provides an update on the rather-startling Hangzhou UFO. A ship of this size has seldom been seen as clearly and, I think, must represent a raising of the ante in terms of disclosure.
More UFO Photos from Hangzhou, China
© 2010 by Linda Moulton Howe
Photo taken by a Hangzhou resident shows an unidentified flying object
hovering over Hangzhou, capital of East China’s Zhejiang province, late
Wednesday, July 7, 2010. See People’s Daily Online.
Update – Letter from Earthfiles viewer on July 14, 2010: “While living in up-state New York near Roma Air Force Base, during the summer of 1996, four of us saw a similar light in the sky. There were a few clouds that evening, while overhead we began to see a slow pulse of light coming on and then off. As this light came on, the cloud overhead began to glow. This gave me an idea of the altitude being more than 14,000 feet. By putting my hand in front of the light and spreading my fingers out, the light was longer than the span of my hand. This light was seen for more than 20 minute and then turned off.
“By using my hand to judge the altitude of the clouds that evening, this light that we saw was over two miles in length! Several years later, on YouTube, I saw the same light coming from a video from NASA. The light was pulsing on and off. I have never shared this with anyone before now.”
July 13, 2010 Hong Kong, China – Around 9 PM on July 7, 2010, Xiaoshan Airport in Hangzhou in Eastern China was reportedly closed for four hours after a large, brightly lighted aerial object of unknown origin was seen and photographed. The People’s Daily Online in its July 9, 2010, English edition, quoted an unnamed airport spokesman, “Some flights were rerouted to airports in the cities of Ningbo and Wuxi. A source with knowledge of the matter told China Daily on Thursday that authorities had learned what the UFO was – after an investigation. But it was not the proper time to publicly disclose the information because there was a military connection, he said, adding that an official explanation is expected to be given on Friday, July 9.”
Further on July 10, 2010, OneIndia.com in New Delhi reported that an employee at Xiaoshan Airport in Hangzhou said the July 7, 2010, strange aerial object did not show up on the airport’s radar. “We should first find out how the craft owner got the approval to fly the object – even a fire balloon needs to get the authority’s permission before lifting off.” So far no official explanation has been given.
Now today on July 13, Neil Gould with Exopolitics Hong Kong sent me the following email and alleged photographs of the same aerial phenomenon over Hangzhou that closed the Xiaoshan Airport.
From: Neil Gould
Subject: Xiaoshan Airport Closure and More UFO Images
Date: July 13, 2010 3:26:22 AM MDT
To: Linda Moulton Howe <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Pls read report from my China assistant
who has taken the news from her source in China.
I cannot vouch for the authenticity of the
UFO depicted which are claimed as true.
China is full of lies!!!
But I can vouch for the similarity of the description.
What is unusual in this instance is that
the incident seems to have been placed into a higher level of secrecy
Quote: “One staff working in the airport mentioned that a huge long strip shaped object appeared on the radar, height about 3200M, passed the north higher sky of the airlines. It is regarded as UFO temporarily after eliminating all the possibilities. And it is upgraded as top secret.” Unquote
I am e mailing you several of the pictures
in the next few mails. Cannot vouch for authenticity of pictures.
Exopolitics Hong Kong
Hangzhou is a sub-provincial city located in the Yangtze River Delta
in the People’s Republic of China, and is the capital of Zhejiang province 180 kilometres
(112 miles) southwest of Shanghai. Its registered population is 6.4 million people.
Hangzhou has been a famous, prosperous Chinese city the last thousand years
and is well-known for its environment and the West Lake region.
Hangzhou, Capital of East China’s Zhejiang Province
Late Wednesday, July 7, 2010
Hopefully, there are other Hangzhou residents who photographed the object around 9 PM on July 7, 2010, or know more about the phenomenon and government efforts to cover the event up. If so, please contact Earthfiles.com. All requests for confidentiality are honored.