UFO: Alien ships mis-reported as asteroid1 min read

According to a report published in UFO Sightings Daily, the Asteroid 1998 QE2 is actually an alien UFO which has been mis-reported as asteroid. The report was posted on Jun 3, 2013. The website, UFO Sightings Daily, is coordinated by Scott C. Waring. He had been affiliated with the United States Air Force at SAC base (USAF flight line). He currently owns an ESL School in Taiwan.

In this report, Scott Waring has published a photograph of the object, along with a YouTube video.

Mr. Waring tells us how people have been speculating that the asteroid is a UFO.

“Some are speculating that it’s an alien vessel of some sort traveling in our direction.”

He then tells us that it cannot be Nibiru.

“Perhaps the legendary Nibiru. Probably not Nibiru, its suppose to be bigger than earth so just a traveling ship of some sort.”

Mr. Waring talks about how closer photos can reveal its identity.

“What we need is closer photos, the kind that come from satellites or massive telescopes to see its surface.”

He further says that we should try to communicate with the UFO.

“Also it would help if radio telescopes could send messages of greetings to see if by some chance they get an answer.”

Mr. Waring finally describes how NASA communicated with UFOs in the past.

“I heard the communication that the USAF had long ago with aliens was made using microwave communication, which they used to acquire 8 alien craft which reside inside area S4 (also inside Area 51).

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Sebastien Clarke
Sebastien Clarke

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  1. AvatarIndy Reply

    What is the purpose of this story? To support and give a stance for crackheads and conspiracy theorists’ claims? These people don’t even fall under the category of ‘science fiction’, but rather ‘whackadoodle posturing’.

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