UFO Allegedly Caught on New Zealand Beach by Google Maps

I tend to not really believe in UFOs, but I’m always impressed when there’s a high-profile report.


UFO hunters believe they finally have proof that Earth has been visited by alien crafts after a peculiar pattern was spotted hovering over a beach in New Zealand on Google Maps’ street view.

The supposed unidentified flying object appears to be suspended in the air over St Kilda beach on New Zealand’s South Island in the Google 360-degree image. The photo was uploaded by a user named David Newstead all the way back in 2014, but it shot to prominence this week after self-proclaimed alien-hunting expert Scott Waring posted a video about it on Friday.

“The UFO looks like a fat disc, thicker in the upper and lower middle. The object is metallic in color and has no wings and nothing to indicate that it might be a balloon, drone, plane or anything,” Waring breathlessly claimed on his ET Data Base blog.

The ufologist added that the object was in “extraordinary focus” and appeared to be warping the air around it “as if its propulsion system is altering the air temperature or static.”

Remarkably, Waring’s ardent followers proposed even more outlandish explanations for the unusual occurrence. Not buying that it could have a straightforward explanation, such as being an unusual drone, a camera glitch or even mischief-making by the uploader, some of the commenters believed it was potentially proof that humanity is living in a simulation.

If UFOs do exist, then it is the government testing out new technologies that they have not yet reported to the public. It’s not aliens. Aliens would make no sense.

Some people think that Serbian scientist Nikola Tesla invented anti-gravity technology 100 years ago and the government has been working on it for this long based on his stolen papers without ever informing the public.

The thing about this is: given that everyone has a cellphone with a camera now, we should be getting these sightings all the time. The UFO conspiracy culture was huge when I was a kid, back in the 1990s, with the Art Bell Show and many other AM and shortwave radio programs. The sub-culture has more or less disappeared, and I think the main reason is the cellphones. Or maybe it’s just because the internet made people paranoid about a lot more immediate and threatening conspiracy theories than UFOs.

The other problem is that a bunch of UFO promoters who used to appear on Art Bell have been exposed as frauds.

I will tell you this: if aliens land and start talking about building a New World Order so we can join a “planetary federation” and be given new high technologies, it’s not going to be real aliens, but rather a Jewish globalist plot.

Honestly, I wouldn’t really be terribly surprised if that did happen at this point. Clearly, all of this coronavirus hoaxing and racism hoaxing and the rest of it is greasing us up for something. They could do it tomorrow, and most people would believe it. Obviously, people don’t understand this whole “big lie” idea yet, or they’d be questioning this stupid flu hoax.

Furthermore, we should understand that these aliens that they show us on TV are based on a drawing of a demon by satanist Aleister Crowley.

He called the creature “Aiwass,” and said it dictated his satanic work “The Book of Law” to him. So basically, all of this entertainment media with aliens that look like that is part of a satanic ritual.

But Stargate is still pretty good though, and I don’t think it was satanic on purpose.