A Russian Proton-M rocket has crashed approximately nine minutes after launch from Baikonur, Kazahkstan on Friday, May 16 (local time). The rocket was carrying Russia’s most sophisticated communications satellite, the Express-AM4R which was designed to provide internet access to remote Russian territories. According to the Russian space agency, Roscosmos, there was a problem with the third stage of the engine that may have caused the crash. Video analysis of the Proton-M rocket showed another possible reason. Forty seconds before the third stage was scheduled to deploy the satellite, a UFO is seen intercepting the rocket and then leaves just as the third stage of the rocket begins to malfunction. The video is evidence that a UFO caused the destruction of the Russian rocket.
In reporting the crash RT news was able to get a report from the head of Roscosmos, Oleg Ostapenko who said:
“The exact cause is hard to establish immediately, we will be studying the telemetry. Preliminary information points to an emergency pressure drop in a steering engine of the third stage of the rocket.”
Live video of the rocket as it reaches an altitude of 150km shows a small ball of light streaking across the sky. The UFO intercepts the rocket and leaves just as the rocket’s third stage begins to behave erratically. The conclusion that emerges from the recorded video is that the UFO intercepted and caused the Russian rocket to malfunction just before the satellite was to separate and deploy.
This is not the first time that a UFO has intercepted and apparently destroyed a rocket carrying a sensitive payload. Another incident occurred at Big Sur California in 1964. Professor Robert Jacobs then served as a Lieutenant with the U.S. Air Force and was stationed at Vandenberg Air Force base. He was responsible for filming the test of a ballistic missile capable of carrying nuclear warheads. He described the incident as follows:
[W]e were testing ballistic missiles that were to deliver nuclear weapons on target… my duty [was] to supervise the instrumentation photography of every missile that went down in that western test range… and into the frame came something else…. So this thing [UFO] fires a beam of light at the warhead, hits it and then it [the UFO] moves to the other side and fires another beam of light, then moves again and fires another beam of light, then goes down and fires another beam of light, and then flies out the way it came in. And the warhead tumbles out of space.
Jacobs went on to describe the height and speed of the UFO that intercepted and disrupted the ballistic missile launch:
The object, the points of light that we saw, the warhead and so forth, were traveling through subspace about 60 miles straight up. And they were going somewhere in the neighborhood of 11,000 to 14,000 miles an hour when this UFO caught up to them, flew in, flew around them, and flew back out.
Significantly, the incident has striking similarities with the UFO that intercepted and apparently caused the Russian Proton Rocket to malfunction and explode. Both interceptions occurred at altitudes of 100km or more, and speeds of 16,000 km/hr or more. In the mid-1960’s there was no known terrestrial technology that could intercept and maneuver around ballistic missiles in the manner described by Jacobs. By 2014, however, such technology may be in the hands of several nations or corporations that participate in a highly classified space program, and could use it to destroy rockets from any major nation. Evidence of a highly classified space program using propulsion technologies far in advance of conventional rocket technologies is extensive.
While video evidence clearly suggests that a UFO did intercept and disrupt the third stage of the Russian Proton-M Rocket, it is not clear to whom the UFO belongs. One thing is certain, whoever launched the UFO conducted an act of aggression against the Russian Federation. At a time of great international tension over the Ukraine conflict, the question that arises is, is some mysterious entity with advanced UFO technology stoking international tensions by provoking Russia into taking punitive military actions against perceived antagonists?
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