Andre at The Alien Project links to another UFO story in the Telegraph, this time claiming "ET tracked down on Google Street View" with the sub-headline "UFO experts were left baffled after claims that ET was finally tracked down on Google Street View."
A misty shape, bearing a distinct similarity to the movie alien, was captured behind a bush next to a mysterious beam of light. The spooky snap was caught by Google image cameras in the town of Berkeley Heights in New Jersey. Some claim the image could be evidence of life in outer space while others point to a simple trick of the light.The beam is nothing new to Secret Sun readers, since we've looked at the Heavenly Beam icon in several different posts. And strangely enough the E.T. film came up in Wednesday's post. But the Synchronicity here goes even deeper.
The 'ET' alien was photographed on Diamond Hill Road, a semi-rural location about eight miles from Morristown Municipal Airport, New Jersey and 30 miles from the bright lights of New York City.
Malcolm Robinson, head of the Strange Phenomena Investigations, described the image as "the first of its kind". He said: "On close inspection the similarities with ET are obvious but it's hard to say with any certainty what exactly it is."
"Of added interest is the strange beam of light to the right, which I cannot explain either. "This picture is the first of it's kind, as far as I'm aware, in that its been captured on Google's new Street View technology.
Diamond Hill Road is a very interesting spot for this image to be found because it connects to the entrance for the old Bell Labs compound in adjoining Murray Hill, where the transistor was somewhat mysteriously developed shortly after the Roswell incident in 1947. I know this road well since I used to pick my wife up there when she worked for Bell Labs (don't get excited, she was just a secretary), which became Lucent Technologies and is now Alcatel Lucent (Previously to working at BL/LT she worked at the old AT&T where the giant Mithras statue was located).
How ironic that ET is snapped right near where phone technology is developed. And of course, anyone who listened to my last appearance on Red Ice knows what I think about the whole transistor issue. And I'm not alone in this suspicion:
Much more recently, stories began surfacing about what the Army or Air Force supposedly did with the downed Alien Spacecraft in August, September and October of 1947. Nuclear Powered Engines and Advanced Communications and Computing devices, all of which were a hundred years beyond post-World War II technology, were taken from the Alien wreck and purportedly made their way to The Bell System's "Bell Laboratories", then located in Murray Hill, New Jersey -- it has been alleged. There, they were studied, dissected, microanalyzed and pieces tested. One piece was supposedly found to have unique potential, an Alien switching device composed of Silicon and Arsenic, arranged in a microscopic array much more complicated than even now have been assembled by Humankind, hundreds of years ahead.And all of this is hot on the heels of the UFO and earthquake activity in adjoining Morris County.
The Alien device purportedly became the priority focus object of Bell Labs' and The US Department of Defense's analysis and scientific research. It was discovered by the researchers, that the unusual electronic Alien device could act as both a high speed electronic switch and as an Amplifier. They decided to call it the "Transfer Resistor", because it could be made to resist or accept power flow at much higher or lower currents than were applied to it, depending upon unique application of electron flows.
Three months ago, police in nearby Morris County, New Jersey, were alerted to a series of unidentified flying objects hovering over the area. Dozens of residents watched on in awe as five flickering red lights moved gently across the night's sky.Fox Mulder, thou art revenged.
Local resident Paul Hurley, a pilot who works at Morristown Airport, said: "I've been in the aviation industry about 20 years, so I knew they weren't airplanes"