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Japanese Fears Raised As
‘Warlike UFO’ Targets Mars

December 22, 2007

Japanese Fears Raised As ‘Warlike UFO’ Targets Mars 

By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers

Russian Security Analysts are reported to be joining Japan’s concerns over a series of ‘mysterious’ events occurring in space which, perhaps, suggests that the planet Mars is being ‘targeted’ by an ‘unknown’ alien spacecraft that has been transiting through our Solar System ‘disguised’ as a comet.

According to these reports, Japan's Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) has become increasing alarmed over the latest series of photographs beamed back to them from their lunar explorer KAGUYA, and which purportedly have shown a series of ‘missile-like’ launches from our moons dark side and are on a trajectory towards the planet Mars.

So concerned have top Japanese politicians privy to this information become that they have broken the decades old International taboo against World governments mentioning UFO’s to the public with Japan's chief cabinet secretary, Nobutaka Machimura, stating thatUFO’s do exist, during a news conference this past week.

Secretary Machimura’s surprising admission where then followed by those of Japan’s Defense Minister, Shigeru Ishiba, voicing his fears that his Self-Defense Forces could not respond to an attack by space aliens while adhering to limits on military action under his country's war-renouncing Constitution.

Apparently, these reports detail, US and Japanese space scientists became initially concerned over what is being described as a ‘missing comet’, which is named Boethin and was discovered in 1975, which when NASA began its calculations to have its Deep Impact Spacecraft rendezvous with this comet discovered it had disappeared.  

Russian Space Scientists have long noted that Comet Boethin’s ‘strange’ orbiting characteristics, between Jupiter and Earth, have ‘appeared’ as if this comet was ‘deliberately’ attempting to disguise its presence in our Solar System by ‘losing’ itself in the vast Asteroid Belt located between the Jupiter and Mars.

More curious, however, about these events are the new reports coming from the United States Space Agency NASA, and as we can read as reported by the AFP News Service:

"An asteroid hurtling towards Mars has a one in 75 chance of chance of scoring a direct hit on the red planet next month, NASA experts said in a statement Friday.

The US space agency's Near Earth Object Program (NEOP) revealed that the asteroid's exact course was difficult to predict, but said it could slam into Mars on January 30, leaving a crater measuring an estimated 1 kilometer across.

If the asteroid, which has been named 2007 WD5, missed Mars as expected it could return to swing past Earth years or decades later, but there was no indication of a threat to the planet, scientists said.

A collision with Mars would be likely to send an enormous dust cloud into the planet's atmosphere.

The exact path of the asteroid, which was discovered in November by the NASA-funded Catalina Sky Survey near Tucson, Arizona, was becoming increasingly difficult to observe because it was receding from the Earth, scientists said.

The asteroid, believed to measure around 50 meters (160 feet) across, had already passed within 7.5 million kilometers (5 million miles) of Earth in early November.

NEOP scientists at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in La Canada Flintridge in California told the Los Angeles Times they were excited by the possibility of an asteroid striking Mars, describing it as "wildly unusual."

"We're used to dealing with odds like one-in-a-million," said astronomer Steve Chesley. "Something with a one-in-a-hundred chance makes us sit up straight in our chairs."

What makes this report from NASA most intriguing, though, is that the location from which this asteroid hurtling towards Mars has come from is, also, the last known location of the missing Comet Boethin last seen in the Asteroid Belt, and when this information is coupled with the Japanese reports of the mysterious missile launches from our Moon does raise some serious concerns of what is occurring in our Solar System.

It is, also, interesting to note that American Planetary Scientists are estimating that this asteroid could be targeting the region of Mars where the United States spacecraft Mars Rover Opportunity is now located, and which Russian Space Scientists know well as on March 26, 1989, the Soviet Unions Phobos 2 Mars Satellite, while on a mission around the Red Planet, was ‘attacked’ without warning by what has been described as a ‘massive UFO’ and, presumably, shot down.

Long has it been know, throughout all of our Earth’s history, of our human races’ connection with the War Planet Mars, even to some suggesting that we are indeed descendents from those who once lived on the Red Planet. To the truth of these things there are many opinions, but, what remains the truest is that, once again, our World’s attention is being focused towards the Heavens as our own World continues its deepening plunge towards they abyss.

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