Chinese UFO report affirms reality of Manipulative Extraterrestrial abduction

The following report extracted from various sources had claimed that an entire Chinese village had been abducted by Manipulative Extraterrestrials. Chinese government media sources later claimed that the entire UFO story was a “hoax”. But, would you expect the Chinese government to admit to the truth to such a mass abduction event?

Whether this report is accurate or a hoax, the report helps bring attention to the reality of Manipulative Extraterrestrial abduction. Watch the above video, which reportedly shows security cameras capturing an alien abduction of an unidentified passerby.

Two luminous objects appeared in the skies over northwestern Taiyuan in China’s Shanxi Province at about 8:40 p.m. on Oct. 11 and kept circling in the air.

Many residents considered them to be UFOs and dialed hotlines of media agencies. It was not long ago that a UFO appeared in the ancient town of Pingyao, Shanxi Province.

At 8:42 p.m., Taiyuan resident Mr. Qiao was the first to dial the hotline to report the two bright objects near Taiyuan’s Xincheng Dapo area, one small and one large. He said, “They keep circling regularly. At first, I considered them to be light sources such as a searchlight. However, I then found there were no light beams beneath the objects. It was so strange.”

Almost at the same time, resident Mr. Zhang said through the hotline that there were unidentified illuminating objects circling in the air near Taiyuan’s Sanqianglu area.

Having heard the news, reporters immediately went to the sites and continued to receive UFO-related reports on the way. Local residents saw two luminous objects circling in the air at 8:55 p.m. near Xinhuajie area, at 9:01 p.m. near the Apparel Town area, and at 9:05 p.m. near the racetrack area.

After reporters arrived at the plaza of the Taiyuan Railway Station, they found there was indeed a big milky-white luminous spot circling above the clouds with a diameter of at least 10 metres.

The object first looked like a luminous spot produced by a searchlight above the clouds, but it had no obvious light beams. The illuminated object kept circling and moved upwards and downwards and from side to side until it disappeared around 9:10 p.m.

UFOdigest.com then cited made a report that by 4:00 on 13 October 2010, the village in the Qinling mountain reportedly and inexplicably disappeared. The Chinese military then reportedly cordoned off the area.

Internet site reference:

http://beforeitsnews.com/story/215/958/Inexplicable_disappearance_of_a_village_in_the_Qinling_Mountains_-_UFO_Village_Vanishing.html


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