Discussion in 'Unexplained Mysteries' started by iwant2believe2, Aug 18, 2017.
WATCH: Legendary Black Knight 'alien satellite' captured passing ISS AND Moon
There is something caught on camera but not sure what it is, the video link on their page is dead now, the video removed I think...
It's speculated the object is 12 to 13,000 years old. If that's true could it contain visual records of the great flood? I heard a rumor it was captured by one of the Space Shuttles and brought to Earth. When they tried to open it the radiation inside killed a bunch of scientists. That seems to be a common theme possibly a long lasting and reliable power source.
It would not surprise me if there were are alien satellite objects in orbit.
Our detonation of nuclear bombs I believe sends out signals we no clue about and that has drawn attention.
I believe this to be true, and not just in our galaxy or dimension, I think vibrations were ripping through many layers of reality when nukes were detonated, giving out our position and created attention for ourselves,,,
This is the best photo I have ever seen of it, it appears to show wing lights if you zoom in close enough
Darn it, can't insert the link to the image. scroll down to the second image and zoom in.
The Black Knight Satellite — Intuitive Insight into the Mystery
It could be debris and the light could be reflected light. Yet why has the matter never been definitively put to rest?
OK here is a better image of the photo I was talking about.
I agree it could be a reflection but look at the symetry?
The thing is what are they using the blacknight satalite for? an alien invasion or to observe our daily ruitines to see if we are like them one has to wonder if the black knight satilite has a part in abductions and abductie's implants to keep them mapped so to speak...
I don't understand why it has never been retrieved. Kinda like the 'balloon fragments' from the Roswell crash that are never produced because they have been 'misplaced' or 'lost'. Simple examinations can put the whole matter to rest.
Surely we could fly up close to it to better identify it?...
You would think so.
I hared one time that it got blow up or something but I could be wrong.
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