The Sirius Disclosure ET Contact Network is definitely working ( http://www.siriusdisclosure.com/free-etcontactnetwork-app/ ). Chris Harder of Edmonton, Alberta (Canada) is listed on the network and he got the following video on June 6, 2014 between 12:15 and 12:45 a.m. while engaged in a CE5 (inviting contact with ETs) in Valemont, British Columbia (a small town on the western edge of the Canadian Rockies). He said there was no sound and the craft was 150-200 feet above him. It is an oblong disc shape, goes past the rooftop very quickly and then in front of a cloud, then it dips down in front of a mountain. As you can tell from the video there was no sound, and Chris reports that he did not hear any sound at all. Chris has only done CE5 with groups in his area. He has never attended a Dr. Greer training. Astonishing !!!
Chris Harder video of ET Light Ship June 6, 2014
One person on my local team is critical. Her husband has just bought a Parrot drone kit and says that this effect could be hoaxed by a drone. She sent this video as an example of the drone kit that he owns: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qXLOgiHwTiY
Here is what Chris had to say about the possibility of a drone:
Thanks Deb …. In response to the theory that perhaps it may have been a drone, drones don’t fly around silently throughout the mountains at midnight. The cost is too high to replace them for any average joe and secondly, unless this “prankster” had one big 10,000,000 watt spotlight taped to this thing that illuminates in all directions….you know what I mean. I’m not trying to knock the gentleman that thought that it may be a drone, I just know what I seen. It’s one of those classic “I wish you were there” scenarios but anyhow…they were there and so was I. That’s one more thing off the bucket list lol. Thanks again. Chris
You be the judge. As always “tune in” and ask “to know” the truth. Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) have been around and in use by the military for almost a decade, but for me, this video “tests” as true information about an ET craft.
Followup Sept 5th, 2014:
A local person in Valemont admitted to having their hobby drone out that same night. From the editor of The Rocky Mountain Goat News:
“A local resident, John Salt, had contacted me and said the lights come from his remote controlled helicopter, pictured on his website – http://www.rchelicopterfun.com/fpv-rc.html.
He lives just north of the Village (maybe a kilometer north of the Petro Canada) and he says the machine he built is flown using video goggles and has a range of about 2 kilometers. I’m hoping to see him actually fly it!
Here’s what he said:
Just wanted to let you know the object in the sky seen flying over our fine little town is a multi rotor RC helicopter. I know, because I’m the person who built it, programmed it, and is flying it. I honestly didn’t think in this day and age when RC aircraft are so prevalent, that people would actually consider it an “unidentified flying object”, but I thought I better clear up any misunderstandings and give it some “identity”. And no these things are not drones as the media loves to call them. A drone implies fully autonomous flight, all RC multi rotors and quad rotors are piloted by a person on the ground (unless they have waypoint flight algorithm systems). They are just regular RC aircraft, but the technology available these days can get quite sophisticated and no question high output Cree LED’s do give it a pretty big visual foot print up in the night sky, but it’s actually only about half a meter or so in size.
The aircraft is a DJI F550 Hex rotor RC helicopter. It’s quite sophisticated using DJI’s Naza M V2 GPS autopilot and stabilization augmented flight system. Flight range is about 2 km from my location, it will fly up to 75 KPH, and I pilot it using video goggles and an on board camera. This in the hobby is know as FPV RC (first person view radio control), and is just like being inside the aircraft as the video goggles give a very immersive flight experience. There are multiple redundancy systems on board and it will even come back home and land if for what ever reason I lost radio communication with it. The technology is very cool and it’s super fun to pilot.
I have a full section on my web site explaining FPV RC and this particular aircraft if you wanted more info on it: