Saturday Scenes

Wed 17 March 2010

Extraterrestrial Communication

Filed under: #satscene —— Sylvia @ 19:48

On the 13th of March 1781, William Herschel discovered Uranus.

On the 13th of March 1930, Harvard College Observatory received a telegraph confirming the discovery of Pluto.

On the 13th of March, 1997, thousands of people reported seeing lights over Arizona – 10% of the population of the state.

National UFO Reporting Center Special Report: Phoenix Lights

Many aspects of the case still remain unexplained and controversial, but a considerable body of data and evidence has been collected by many capable investigators, which suggests that the event was extraordinarily dramatic and bizarre. Moreover, it went virtually unreported in the press, save for a handful of short articles printed in local Arizona newspapers. The story finally “broke” with a major, front-page article in USA TODAY on Wednesday, June 18, 1997, some three months after the incident had occurred.

On the 13th of March 2010, an extraordinarily high number of Saturday Scenes were of the sky and of cute fluffy animals.

I think it must be a special message to us from the aliens:

In the event of an alien invasion, remember that these people were some of the first contacted and may well have special access:

If you would like to offer your services as a photographer for extraterrestrial communication, simply take a photograph on a Saturday and twitter it to @SatScenes. Remember, we can’t decode the message only half the data, so it’s urgent that you take a photo on Saturday and submit it!

(P.S. if you are interested in knowing more about the Phoenix Lights, I recommend the Times Publications article on the subject)

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