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Monday, May 04, 2015

Daily 2 Cents: Strange Silhouette -- Mysterious Glow Detected At Center Of Milky Way Galaxy -- Alien Hand Prints!

Strange Silhouette

Mobile, AL - around 2AM on June 10th, 2014: I encountered an entity/being which was standing outside [location removed/CMS/dr]. I was getting ready for bed and laid down. 5 minutes later, I felt as if I couldn't move; the same sensation I get when I have sleep paralysis. The thing is, I never had sleep paralysis going to sleep; I only get them waking up. Instead of seeing things inside the room, I saw a faint light coming from the window(different from the moon's natural lighting/street lamps/etc). Mind you, the blinds are closed, but I could make out a silhouette of a being standing right outside my bedroom window. It was facing to side(profile) from what I could tell. It had an enlarged head but stood like a human. It wasn't very tall and I knew it wasn't a person/human. It didn't feel supernatural either; it strongly felt extraterrestrial. I heard it make a few noises but it was very vague. During the entire encounter, the being was stationary and did not move or change direction. When I regained the ability to move, I got out of bed to see if it was still there. The entity was still standing there judging by the silhouette in the lighting. That's when I realized it was not an ordinary sleep paralysis. Usually in sleep paralysis the visions, shadows, sounds and figures all disappear once you regain control of your body. That was not the case in this event. I didn't bother looking out of the blinds. A gut feeling or something told me not to look through the window. It didn't feel threatened nor did I. Its presence was intimidating but not hostile in nature. That's the vibe I got from the encounter. About 10 mins from the initial sighting, it left. The being and the faint lights both vanished like a blind spot. - MUFON CMS


Mysterious Glow Detected At Center Of Milky Way Galaxy

A mysterious glow has been observed at the center of the Milky Way, and scientists are struggling to figure out exactly what's causing it.

One possibility is that the high-energy X-rays that make up the baffling glow are "'howls' of dead stars as they feed on stellar companions." At least that's the way NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory put it in a rather playful news release entitled "NASA's NuStar Captures Possible 'Screams from Zombie Stars."

In more scientific terms, the glow may be evidence of dead stars in binary systems siphoning off material from their companions--a phenomenon that is known to release X-rays.

The dead stars might be white dwarfs or small black holes, according to the written statement. Or the glow could be caused by pulsars--the fast-spinning remains of stars that have collapsed after exploding as supernovae--which send out intense beams of radiation. Alternatively, the glow could arise not from dead stars at all but from high-energy charged particles known as cosmic rays.

No one knows for sure if that's what's causing the glow, which is visible in new images taken by NASA's Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array (NuSTAR) space telescope. The images show a region of space some 40 million light-years across in the vicinity of Sagittarius A*, the monster black hole at the center of the galaxy.

The uncertainty isn't surprising given the distances involved--Sagittarius A* is about 26,000 light-years from Earth--and the fact that the center of the Milky Way is teeming with old and young stars as well as small black holes.

"Almost anything that can emit X-rays is in the galactic center," Dr. Kersten Perez, a physicist at Columbia University in New York City and the lead author of a paper about the finding, said in the statement.

So what exactly is the take-away from the new research?

"This mysterious emission from the galactic center points out the importance of increased spatial resolution at high X-ray energies which increases the clarity of the images," Dr. C. Megan Urry, professor of physics and astronomy at Yale University in New Haven, Conn. and president of the American Astronomical Society, told The Huffington Post in an email. "NuSTAR's ability to focus energetic X-rays is improving our understanding of the high-energy universe--and in some cases, like this new study of the galactic center, to raise interesting new questions as well." - Mysterious Glow Detected At Center Of Milky Way Galaxy


Alien Hand Prints!

Boca Raton, FL: Pictures of gray hand prints burnt into my arm ...

Etc, etc, etc, etc, ......... !!!!!!!!!!!

I've drawn designs for FBI of designs on the bottom of their HUGE transport craft! The 12-15' white orb in front yard when I was 6.

Small triangular chip (w/black dot near each point) came out of my back.

Multiple events (over years)! - MUFON CMS



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