Saturday, January 31, 2009

Spotlight - John Lenard Walson

Photo Montage: Being Observed From Near and Far, by John Lenard Walson
(montage: being observed from near and far)

There's not much known about John Lenard Walson, with exception of his ability to photograph and video tape craft in Earth's orbit using a video recorder connected to a telescope. The results are out of this world! While others have tried this before, John has obviously done something others have failed to do. As a result, he is followed and his home buzzed with unmarked military helecopters... as you will see. 

Additionally, astronomers have attempted to confirm their presence above, but all they capture with their equipment 'appear as' stars.  

Earth Orbiting Craft, by John Lenard Walson

Of additional interest is the story of UK Hacker, Gary McKinnon, who was arrested for connecting to unsecured NASA computers in the years 2001-2002. But not before he found photo evidence that NASA has been altering imagery (Photoshop-ing) before releasing it to the public. 
"I also got access to Excel spreadsheets. One was titled "Non-Terrestrial Officers." It contained names and ranks of U.S. Air Force personnel who are not registered anywhere else. It also contained information about ship-to-ship transfers, but I've never seen the names of these ships noted anywhere else." - Wired Magazine
For additional information on Gary McKinnon, the best source might be to start with Project Camelot, who has been following his case from the beginning, or see the Free Gary link at the bottom of this post.

Photo of Craft in Earth's Orbit, by John Lenard WalsonPhoto of Craft in Earth's Orbit, by John Lenard WalsonPhoto of Craft Near Earth's Moon, by John Lenard WalsonPhoto of an Entrance on the Moon's Surface, by John Lenard Walson 
(click to enlarge)

Jeff Rense, of, received the following email regarding these images:
Hi Jeff -

Yes, This is all true. These machines are parked everywhere, and they have been for a number of years now. On clear nights at my ranch, it is possible to watch them occasionally entering the atmosphere. Of course, I have reported for years on the many strange objects to be seen in the Yakima Valley and over the Yakima Reservation next to where I live.

When these objects enter the atmosphere they create a brilliant blue flash similar to the old time photo flash bulbs. It is almost as if they materialize out of nowhere and/or de-cloak somehow. Immediately after the flash it is possible to watch them cross the sky as a bright luminescent light. They often will cross over the zenith and continue out of sight but other times they will suddenly stop and remain in place, taking on all the appearances of a star. However, with a bit of training, it is possible to often discern the difference.

In my area, they tend to appear out a west/southwest quadrant bounded roughly by Mount Adams, Mt. Saint Helens and Mt. Rainier. I have often reported on these phenomena in the past. Some of my articles concerning this subject have been posted in years past on as well as Rumor Mill News, STA, and other sites. In the Yakima basin, the years 2003 and 2004 were the most active for sightings of these objects. Many other locals in my area have been witness to this phenomena. 

Thank you, SO much, for posting this latest report on this incredible issue going on right over our heads. These objects are NOT stars. They are simply masquerading as stars. There are a huge number of them above us at any one time. It is often possible to watch them subtly change orientation against a background of true stars. All it takes is some careful scrutiny to see the truth about what is flying above us all, in low orbit, in our night and daytime sky.

-Cliff Mickelson

*  These clips are just a few, so please visit the website links at the bottom to see many more and tons of photos.  As the Earth rotates, it makes stationary object appear to be moving off screen, so the camera is constantly adjusted manually.

* (information, photos, and video)
* (for those following Gary's trial) 
* (for Gary McKinnon story and interviews)

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