ISS Gets Another UFO Visit, in Shocking Pink


By Gordon Duff, Senior Editor

Are they there to try out NASA’s new espresso machine?  Over the past few weeks, NASA has cut live feeds to the ISS several times over UFO visits to the International Space Station.

For the past two years there has been a clamp down on UFO reporting with only a smattering of “the usual” making it into the press, now the fodder of the mainstream media.



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Gordon Duff is a Marine combat veteran of the Vietnam War. He is a disabled veteran and has worked on veterans and POW issues for decades. Gordon is an accredited diplomat and is generally accepted as one of the top global intelligence specialists. He manages the world’s largest private intelligence organization and regularly consults with governments challenged by security issues.

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  1. It looks like it could be another science like vessel when looking at it closely. On the whiter front portion there are six squares which two are in the middle and two appear to be at an angle on both sides. Then their looks like a platform and another more roomy portion in the back. I wonder what creates the pink glow? I also wonder if this is just a privatized science station? It may just be part of the Secret Space Program if it exists or a station developed by elite individuals. The pink glow is the most interesting part.

  2. [ Editor’s note: Only one link per comment, please. ]

    See the Billy Meier site, (theyfly) and read The Pleiadian Mission by US psychologist Randolph Winters, based on the Meier’s 70+ years ongoing et contacts in Switzerland. Many here share common ancestry with this et race, descended from an ancient race from the Lyra Constellation, sun Vega. This group of et now claim to be 3,500 years ahead of us in tech, medicine and knowledge The Creational Laws. They’ve given us 1000s of pages of data!

    They live 500 light years distant in the Taurus Constellation, sun Taygeta, on 4 inhabited planets, in a slightly different ‘time’. They take 7 hours to get here in their own ships, but have a new ship on loan from friends in the Dal parallel Universe that gets here in a millionth of a second. This is the ‘Wedding Cake’ shaped Ship, as noted on close-up photos on film, pre-photoshop. (100 of Meier’s 1000+ close up film photos have been analysed by JPL and found to be genuine. see link)! The Dals also gave them the tech for their ‘big spacer’, 10 miles in diameter, fully self contained and with a crew of 144K.

    We’ve also learned that humankind in this Dern Universe has a history of nearly 100 billion years, in this Great Time, a Great Time being 311.04 trillion years.

    • The long-running Billy Meier operation (since the 50s, very impressive) has to be DVD, although I think Meier himself is probably a “true believer”.

  3. “Erbium’s principal uses involve its pink-colored Er3+ ions, which have optical fluorescent properties particularly useful in certain laser applications. Erbium-doped glasses or crystals can be used as optical amplification media, where erbium (III) ions are optically pumped at around 980 or 1480 nm and then radiate light at 1530 nm in stimulated emission. This process results in an unusually mechanically simple laser optical amplifier for signals transmitted by fiber optics. The 1550 nm wavelength is especially important for optical communications because standard single mode optical fibers have minimal loss at this particular wavelength.”

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