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18 renombrados testigos denuncian el encubrimiento OVNI de EE.UU.

18 renombrados testigos denuncian el encubrimiento OVNI de EE.UU.

Anunakis 1 pelicula prhoibida por iluminatis - YouTube

Anunakis 1 pelicula prhoibida por iluminatis - YouTube

Sumerian Gods Annunaki, Anunna, Anunnaku, Ananaki - Large Headstone

Sumerian Gods Annunaki, Anunna, Anunnaku, Ananaki - Large Headstone

UFO sighting in Florida, Feb 2015. The photographer was just shooting the ventricular cloud formations when the ship revealed itself unexpectedly.

UFO sighting in Florida, Feb 2015. The photographer was just shooting the ventricular cloud formations when the ship revealed itself unexpectedly.

St. Paris, Ohio-  George Sutton near noon, 05/1932. Note the date on the  car's plate in the photo. The owner of the photo album says there were no electric street lights along this road in those days. The dark object seen to Sutton's  left has never been explained.

St. Paris, Ohio- George Sutton near noon, 05/1932. Note the date on the car's plate in the photo. The owner of the photo album says there were no electric street lights along this road in those days. The dark object seen to Sutton's left has never been explained.

Close up enhancement of KLM UFO video | UFOGrid

Close up enhancement of KLM UFO video | UFOGrid

Ancient Alien Technology: Who Drilled The Holes In This Million Year Old Stone? - MessageToEagle.com

Ancient Alien Technology: Who Drilled The Holes In This Million Year Old Stone? - MessageToEagle.com

M78: Stardust and Starlight -  Interstellar dust clouds and bright nebulae abound in the fertile constellation of Orion. One of the brightest, M78, is just left of center in this colorful telescopic view, covering an area north of Orion's belt. At a distance of about 1,500 light-years, the bluish nebula itself is about 5 light-years across.

M78: Stardust and Starlight - Interstellar dust clouds and bright nebulae abound in the fertile constellation of Orion. One of the brightest, M78, is just left of center in this colorful telescopic view, covering an area north of Orion's belt. At a distance of about 1,500 light-years, the bluish nebula itself is about 5 light-years across.

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