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Published: 12:45 PM 12/10/2009

Norway Wormhole is First Contact, Claim UFO Watchers

Staff writers From: news.com.au December 10, 2009 9:17AM

Strange spiral UFO?

UFO watchers around the world are buzzing after video footage emerged overnight of what they believe is the strongest proof yet that were are not alone in the universe.

Thousands of people bombarded Norway's Meteorological Institute with reports of a spiralling blue light that appeared in the sky above Trondelag around 8.45am local time.

The light has been descirbed as a "giant blue catherine wheel" spiralling around a bright object and appeared at one stage to be anchored to the ground with a triangular blue beam.

The light then "exploded" into a ring of white fire, according to UK tabloid The Sun, prompting true believers on forums around the world to declare the moment "First Contact".

"It looked like a rocket that spun around and around - and then went diagonally across the heavens," Totto Eriksen, from Tromso in northern Norway, told The Sun.

"It looked like the moon was coming over the mountain - but then turned into something totally different."

As yet, no one has come forward to claim the phenomenon as a hoax, nor have scientists or military experts been able to explain the light show.

One theory is that it may have been a light show laser projected onto low clouds, but the dawn timing and large scale of the display makes it unlikely.

Stargate fans claim it's a UFO entering the Earth's atomosphere through a wormhole, and say it explains how UFOs seemingly appear and disappear at random in our skies.

One of the most popular conspiracy theories links the phenomenon to the Large Hadron Collider in Switzerland and rumours of a "Blackhole Project" under way at the giant underground atom-smasher.

Norwegian Space Centre chief Scientist Erik Tandberg told The Sun he agreed with many experts who believed it may have been a missile test from Russia, although Russia has quickly moved to deny any such testing.

"I agree with everyone in the science community that this light was the weirdest thing. I have never seen anything like this ever," he said.

"The spiral suggests the object came off course and balance and entered the spiral movement. Leaking rocket fuel could account for the blue light.

"But I know that the military have denied this explanation. So we could be looking at an entirely new natural phenomenon."

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Tomsk, Russia - 2006

Very strange clip of beams of light seemingly coming out of nowhere in the night sky in Tomsk Russia. As the beams dissappear a galaxy shaped spiral of light appears and forms from above.

*Note: An alternative explanation could be that it is a 3 stage rocket launch, when the boosters disengage the next stage malfunctions and spirals out of control.

There is another video floating around filmed by a documunentary crew in Moldovia that shows an intense sphere of light manifesting out of nowhere in broad daylight. Sorry, I used to post it but it got removed.

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There is no information given about this video.

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Norway UFO Was Out-Of-Control Russian Rocket


An out-of-control rocket missile has been blamed for sparking fears that a UFO took to the skies above Norway.

A strange light phenomenon is seen in the night sky above Skjervoy in northern Norway early Wednesday Dec. 9, 2009. According to some reports, the unexplained light may have been caused by the failure of a new Russian anti-submarine-based intercontinental missile which was being tested across the Norwegian-Russian border.

A spectacular spiral of light was seen over the north of the country on Wednesday, prompting theories it was caused by a meteor, the Northern Lights or even aliens.

But now Russia has revealed that its latest test-firing of its new intercontinental missile ended in failure — at the same time observers witnessed the early morning light show.

As well as signaling a major setback for the country’s armed forces, the revelation provided a possible explanation for the mysterious display in the skies.

Russia's defense ministry said it did not know whether the lights were caused by its Bulava missile, which can be equipped with up to 10 individually targeted nuclear warheads and has a maximum range of 5,000 miles.

But defense analyst Pavel Felgenhauer said the images seen over Norway were consistent with 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."

Technology Web site Gizmodo has created a computer simulation showing how a rocket spiralling out of control could create such a display:

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