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Share Your Thoughts: Are These Videos UFO Proof Or ‘Battle: Los Angeles’ Viral Marketing?
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With just a quick search, anyone can find hundreds of decent videos claiming to show off proof of extraterrestrial crafts flying, hovering, and disappearing from Earth’s own skies.

A new video recently hit the web from Jerusalem where two men visiting Mount Zion noticed a strange ball of light in the night sky. The ball then slowly moves downward to hover directly over the Temple Mount, not all that far from the ground at all. Suddenly, a blast of light explodes, and the ball of light shoots up into the sky as if startled. After disappearing into the darkness, it then becomes clear that multiple red lights are floating high above.

So do we have some solid proof of alien visitors here, or are those crafty movie marketing teams up to their tricks again? Click on over to the other side to see some videos of this event and share your thoughts in the comments!

To be perfectly honest, the video just screams digital effects, which is why it’s easy to assume that the effort may belong to a movie like Battle: Los Angeles. And the obvious question after this first video showed up was why and how no one else saw/documented this phenomena…especially those much closer to it. This of course was the perfect time to release some more videos showing off this mysterious ball of light from different angles and witnesses.

It’s worth noting that Battle: Los Angeles is just the big alien invasion movie on the way, which makes it the top guess for who might be trying some viral marketing techniques. This doesn’t mean. however, that if these did end up being some sort of marketing that it would end up being the movie; many different things could prove to be the explanation. But it being a real, legit video? That’s quite unlikely. Notice in the second video below that the flash of light seen in the first doesn’t happen.

Here are three videos: the top video is the first that showed up, while the second was the alternate perspective video that surfaced next. The third video shows the first one compared to a third video supposedly taken at the scene.

What do you think?

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[Source: io9]

13 Comments »

  1. Deniers say that blurry footage is something like a weather balloon or an airplane and that clear footage is CGI. I’m afraid it’s become impossible to prove the existence of UFOs through filming them.

    The demises have too many outs now.

    Comment by ophu — February 1, 2011 @ 2:01 pm

  2. D E N I E R S

    Comment by ophu — February 1, 2011 @ 2:06 pm

  3. When I started thinking viral marketing (about these videos), I thought of the upcoming Battle:LA film first, as well. However, judging from my memory of the trailer, they aren’t going for the good ol flying saucer and light orb style UFOs (shame as the real Battle of LA event seemed like it involved a classic saucer shaped craft). There is another film in the works called ‘Apollo 18’ with the tagline: ‘There’s a reason we never went back to the moon’. There’s no trailer yet but it seems to be a more likely product for this probable viral stunt.

    Comment by phresh — February 1, 2011 @ 2:08 pm

  4. Viral marketing is possible, but if that is the case, then there is absolutely no reason why other angles of the ‘phenomena’ are not available. Perhaps another angle will be ‘found’ shortly

    Comment by Bob Mysterio — February 1, 2011 @ 2:33 pm

  5. The biggest enemy of truth now is our ability to fake it. All you have to do is point at something on your screen and scream FAKE! and nobody can prove you wrong.

    Comment by ophu — February 1, 2011 @ 2:56 pm

  6. If you notice in the FACT or FICTION video (the one closer up with all the people talking), at 0:41 there appears to be an artifact of video editing. The camera appears to instantly twitch at the same time u here the sounds instantly change. Just my 2 cents

    Comment by Nick — February 1, 2011 @ 3:02 pm

  7. I am sorry, I meant 0:51

    Comment by Nick — February 1, 2011 @ 3:04 pm

  8. Could this be an indication/sign of the second coming of our lord JESUS CHRIST?

    Comment by jimmy — February 2, 2011 @ 2:50 am

  9. There’s a 4th video of the UFO:

    http://www.ebaumsworld.com/video/watch/81298209/

    Comment by Boom — February 2, 2011 @ 3:31 am

  10. we are just making sure our nukes are targeting where they need to go

    Comment by aaaaaaaa — February 2, 2011 @ 6:58 pm

  11. The fourth video is convincing.

    I doubted the 3rd for a moment, but then sync them all up… maybe the camera just didn’t catch the flash due to all of the light already in the lens.

    my 2Cents.

    Comment by x — February 2, 2011 @ 9:42 pm

  12. this has been pretty thoroughly exposed already:

    http://thealteredpress.com/2011/02/03/science-ufo-appears-over-dome-of-the-rock-gop-suspects-alien-terrorist-centre/

    Comment by anonymoat — February 2, 2011 @ 11:29 pm

  13. Could Motion Parallax technology cause the light Over the Temple Mount. Anybody familiar with this hologrm stuff?

    Comment by whatyathink — February 9, 2011 @ 11:29 am

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