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Monday, 8 February 2010

Giant ET UFOs near Sun now visible with close-up image technology, exposing possible NASA cover-up

source: Seattle Examiner
by: Alfred Lambremont Webre

Breakthroughs in new imaging technology developed by the firm of Ron Stewart/Ron Nussbeck may now permit human observers to identify what appear to be planet-sized extraterrestrial UFOs exiting from dimensional portals in the Sun (See images and slideshow in article below).   A giant solar UFO wave commenced January 18, 2010, as predicted by the singularity theory of physicist Nassim Haramein that postulates that planet-sized UFOs access our solar system using the Sun as a star gate.

Images of the Sun taken by NASA Stereo spacecraft independently on January 21, 2010 and again on January 23, 2010 were submitted by this Examiner.com reporter to a demonstration test using this new proprietary imaging technology.  The resulting images and analysis arguably visually confirm the existence of extraterrestrial or interdimensional giant UFOs exiting from what the images show as portals or tunnels on the Sun, in both sets of images from independent NASA Stereo photos dated Jan. 21 and 23, 2010, respectively.  These results were released by the Ron Stewart/Ron Nussbeck firm in a report, parts 1 and 2 dated February 2 and 3, 2010.

According to communications with this reporter from film director Jose Escamilla and Mike Bird, director of Exopolitics Canada, NASA has acted to remove Stereo images of the Sun containing giant UFOs from their website. Dr. Joe Gurman, NASA Stereo Project scientist, stated the giant solar UFOs are “compression artifacts”.  The images derived by the Ron Stewart/Ron Nussbeck imaging technology appear to demonstrate that planet-sized extraterrestrial or interdimensional UFOs can be identified in these images as entering and exiting from dimensional portals in the Sun.

NASA appears, by the weight of prima facie visual evidence, to have been engaged in yet another cover-up of intelligent extraterrestrial life in our solar system, contrary to its mandate under the U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Act of 1958.

Breakthrough imaging technology and physicist Nassim Haramein

In a taped lecture on a previous solar UFO wave, physicist Nassim Haramein posited the giant solar UFOs as extraterrestrial craft accessing our solar system via the black hole or dimensional portal of our Sun, as his singularity theory predicted.

Ron Stewart/Ron Nussbeck approached Mr. Haramein’s staff prior to his Feb. 3, 2010 public remarks on a Coast-to-Coast radio program with copies of the two new imaging technology reports on solar UFOs.  Mr. Haramein has yet to be reached for public comment on the two reports.  On Feb. 3 program Mr. Haramein noted that “‘there is activity around the sun that can't easily be explained by conventional means,’ yet it's difficult to make distinctions between camera artifacts and anomalous objects.”

Methodology: Visible images of planet-sized solar UFOs

In a preface to Part 1 of the two reports on the giant solar UFO images, inventor Ron Stewart states, “The author of this document and inventor of a new imaging process that has the capability of enhancing inconclusive photos and images of just about any image of an inconclusive tangible object with a success rate of about 90%.  This new imaging process the author has invented has numerous capabilities, which at this time may even be beyond what NASA can produce in such images as well.  It even has the capability to extract areas in an image as small as (or smaller) than the eye of a needle.”

Demonstration test #1 – January 23, 2010 Stereo images of the Sun

The first demonstration of the new image enhancing technology, done on solar images taken by NASA’s Stereo spacecraft on January 23, 2010 did not at first yield any images of a planet-sized UFO.  Mr. Ron Stewart of the firm of Ron Stewart/Ron Nussbeck first analyzed 3 images of the Sun taken by NASA’s Stereo spacecraft on January 23, 2010 and downloaded by Mike Bird of Exopolitics Canada from NASA’s website prior to their being taken down by NASA.  These 3 solar images can be seen as Figures A, B, and C in this reporter’s prior Examiner.com article.

According to Part 1 of Mr. Stewart’s report (pages 1-8), “In Figures A – C, this author examined all three of these images and did not find/observe any anomaly that may be of a planet sized orientation to suggest yet any planet sized UFOs at that point.”

Demonstration test #2 - Evidence for possible planet-sized UFOs in the Sun’s corona

In demonstration test #2 of the new imaging technology, inventor Ron Stewart begins with Figure D (above), a NASA Stereo image of the Sun taken January 21, 2010.  The imaging technology then enhances sections of Figure D to arrive at Figure E (above).  In Figure E, the image appears to show a UFO-like object emerging from a dark tunnel.  The imaging technology then enhances Figure E into Figure F (below), which appears to show one UFO-like object emerging from the dark tunnel, followed by another possible UFO-like object.  This sequence of enhanced imagery appears to conform to singularity theory holding that giant ET UFOs may access our solar system using the Sun as a dimensional portal. The full sequence of images can be seen in Part 1 of the report. (Click here to download Parts 1 and 2 of the Stewart/Nussbeck report [PDF]).

Demonstration test #2 of the new imaging technology was done on an image of the Sun (Figure D above) taken by NASA’s Stereo spaceship on January 21, 2010, as set out in a YouTube video analysed in a prior Examiner.com article.

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