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Bizarre Spiral Lights in Norway’s Skies Spark Alien and Nuclear Missile Investigations

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Confusion and curiosity has spread across all of Norway and the world with people wondering what was the spiral blue light display over the nation.

A nuclear missile? Aliens and UFOs? A natural phenomenon? A combination?

Witnesses said a blue light emerged into the sky from behind a mountain in the northern part of Norway by the city of Tromso. It stopped in mid-air, then began to move in circles and within seconds a huge spiral that looks computer-generated covered the sky. Following, a green-blue beam of light shot out from its center and lasted about 10-12 minutes before disappearing.

Russian newspapers claimed yesterday that the alien-like lights were the result of a failed test launch of a missile.

A Bulava missile was fired from the Dmitry Donskoi submarine in the White Sea early morning on Wednesday; however, it failed at its third stage according to newspapers in Moscow Thursday.

The missile launch was denied by the Russian government Wednesday and Thursday morning. Later Thursday, reports claimed the Russian government notified Norway of a window of time when a missile might be tested.

The Russian Defense Ministry will not officially confirm or comment on the test.

The news agency Interfax claims it was the seventh failure of 12 test launches.

Theoretically it can travel 5,000 miles and carry ten nuclear weapons for separate targets.

spiral norway blue december 2009 nuclear missile ufo russia 2Russian defence analyst Pavel Felgenhauer said the latest failure was a major embarrassment for the military and stunted Russia’s attempt at maintaining a credible nuclear deterrent.

“The Russian defence industry has disintegrated to such an extent that it simply cannot make such a complicated system work. Technology and expertise have been lost,” he said.

Felgenhauer said the bizarre spiral lights over Norway were typical of a missile failure.

“Such lights and clouds appear from time to time when a missile fails in the upper layers of the atmosphere and have been reported before,” he said. “At least this failed test made some nice fireworks for the Norwegians.”

And probably gave them a heafty dose of cancer.

Because the Russians could not resist polluting the atmosphere and endangering people and animals, they launched another missile yesterday: a land-based Topol ballistic missile from the Kapustin Yar missile range on the lower Volga River according to NBC News space analyst James Oberg.

He said that missile sparked a fire of UFO sightings from Chelyabinsk, Yekaterinburg, Ufa and other cities.

That rocket also created a spiral plume like Wednesday’s, but it was not as stunning.

Russia’s Itar-Tass news agency said Thursday’s test launch was successful, and the missile returned to land in the Sary Shagan military reservation in eastern Kazakhstan.

“I continue to get suggestion that the third-stage spin is a ‘feature,’ not a malfunction, and may be associated with guidance, or decoy deploy, or enhancing hardness against U.S. boost-phase antimissile weapons,” Oberg wrote in an email to NBC.

Obama Nobel Peace Prize Coincidence:

A very strange coincidence is that the supposed nuclear missiles were launched as the Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to President Obama Thursday in Oslo, Norway. Is it a coincidence or were these missiles planned for that very event?

Were the two events really even created by nuclear missiles? Maybe they were alien UFOs.

A large population around the world believes stealth aircraft and nuclear technology was introduced to people by aliens in the early 20th Century, and this technology is being developed at top-secret testing sites in the U.S. at bases, such as Area 51, Russia, Germany, U.K., France and other nations.

Only further investigation and time will tell the origin of these technologies.

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Written by thecanadianheadlines

December 14, 2009 at 9:00 am

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  1. you guys this is crazy…the missle was let off during the day but this was at night…so how was it the missle??

    Carrie Davis

    December 14, 2009 at 6:39 pm

  2. It does look computer generated,or laser produced. in si-fi turms it could be the signature of a plasma drive, na, couldn`t, could it????

    Dave

    December 14, 2009 at 10:49 pm

  3. hey carrie,
    norway is up north which in winter time they have the polar nights going for many weeks. basically, they do not have daylight just for you to know.

    john

    December 15, 2009 at 9:55 pm

  4. Its a magnetic occurance of some kind thats why it looks the same from different camera angles. A rocket that went bad would have a different look from different angles. Try holding a ring up and then turning it, it goes from circle to ellipse to a straight line whe view from the side

    james

    January 9, 2010 at 7:54 pm


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