The fear when you start seeing weird “alien” monoliths popping up is that the globalists are getting ready to stage a fake alien contact event.
A mysterious monolith that baffled officials and adventurers when it appeared and then swiftly disappeared in the remote Utah desert was removed by four men – not aliens, as many around the world might have hoped.
A group of friends who were photographing the monolith captured the removal last Friday night, then shared the images on Instagram.
As the men “walked off with the pieces, one of them said, ‘Leave no trace,’” Ross Bernards told the New York Times.
The monolith was discovered in Utah late last month, prompting origin theories ranging from fine art to leftovers from TV or film, to even aliens.
Bret Hutchings, the Utah department of public safety helicopter pilot who discovered the monolith while conducting a count of bighorn sheep, had declined to reveal its location.
“One of the biologists spotted it, and we just happened to fly directly over the top of it,” Hutchings told local media, estimating the monolith to be between 10ft and 12ft high. “He was like, ‘Whoa, whoa, whoa, turn around, turn around!’ And I was like, ‘What.’ And he’s like, ‘There’s this thing back there – we’ve got to go look at it!’”
Thrill-seekers agreed, and within days visitors found it, just east of the Canyonlands national park. Amid mounting international attention, a copycat monolith was reported in the hills of Romania.
The object’s origins remain unknown. A spokesperson for gallerist David Zwirner told the Guardian it was not a work by the late artist John McCracken. The spokesperson later told the New York Times it could be by McCracken, but confusion remains.
Nick Street, a Utah public safety spokesman, said the monolith was embedded into the rock. The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) said the monolith was “considered private property” and it would not investigate as such matters were “handled by the local sheriff’s office”.
The San Juan county sheriff declined to investigate, jokingly uploading to its website a “Most Wanted” poster with suspects replaced by aliens. But the sheriff’s office then reversed its decision and announced an investigation with the BLM.
The men Bernards’ friend photographed removing the monolith may not have been the people who installed it.
Bernards said he was visiting the monolith with a friend shortly before 9pm on Friday when he heard the men arrive.
“You better have got your pictures,” he said one of the men said, before they began pushing the monolith in an attempt to uproot it. The sculpture fell, making a loud bang, and the men broke it apart before making off with the pieces in a wheelbarrow.
Who knows, maybe this is just some weird thing. I don’t know.
However, I do know that the elite have thought about using a fake alien contact event to push their agenda. Aliens would show up, say that they are here to help humanity, and then start saying all of the talking points of the elite about racism and trannies and so on.
Then they would give some form of high technology, which was actually designed by government scientists in a secret lab.
I don’t know that this is going to happen, but it obviously could happen. We know that the elite do believe they are in contact with aliens, and have for a long time.
That gross black guy came out and said that he wishes the coronavirus would have been like alien contact.
Mankind missed a chance provided by Covid-19 to unite, but there’s still hope the world will come out of the pandemic as a better place, renowned astrophysicist, Neil deGrasse Tyson, told RT’s Going Underground program.
“As much as we divide each other by skin color, religion, sexual preferences…the coronavirus doesn’t care. Coronavirus only cares that you’re human,” Tyson pointed out to host Afshin Rattansi.
“I thought that when the coronavirus landed that we would’ve all banded together and say: ‘We’re all human and that’s a common enemy, like an alien invasion. We’ve all seen it in the movies. We got to be together on this one.’ But it didn’t happen to my great disappointment in our species.”
Your species was too busy smoking crack and killing each other to “band together,” Tyson.
He’s talking about the coronavirus as a “unification event” that will bring all people on earth together. Previously, speaking at the UN in 1988, Ronald Reagan said that such an event was desirable.
So, yes: I saw this story about the monolith, and I was like: “here we go…”
Virtually everyone believed in the coronavirus, and I’m certain that even more people would believe in an alien visitation. There is nothing stopping them from doing this.