Wednesday, November 07, 2012

Indian Army Confirms: Ladakh Region UFO's Sighted

This highly interesting article looks at the growing disclosure now coming forth from India, with reports their army is baffled by UFO sightings seen near the Chinese border.
Many assume these originate in Aksai Chin, the Chinese controlled region on the border.
Article:
Units of the Indian Army and the Indo-Tibetan Border Police Force (ITBP) have reported Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOS) in the Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir. An ITBP unit based in Thakung, close to the Pangong Tso Lake, reported over 100 sightings of luminous objects between August 1 and October 15 this year. In reports sent to their Delhi headquarters in September, and to the Prime Minister's Office (PMO), they described sighting "Unidentified Luminous Objects" at day and by night
Rhe 14 Corps, which looks after military deployment along Kargil-Leh and looks after the frontiers with China, has sent reports to the Army Headquarters about the sightings of UFOs by an ITBP unit in Thakung near the Pangong Tso Lake, Army officials said here. Reports suggested that these yellowish spheres appear to lift off from the horizon on the Chinese side and slowly traverse the sky for three to five hours before disappearing. The officials confirmed that these UFOs were not Chinese drones or satellites.
 In September, the Army moved a mobile ground-based radar unit and a spectrum analyser-that picks up frequencies emitted from any object-to a mountaintop near the 160-km-long, ribbon-shaped Pangong Lake that lies between India and China. The radar could not detect the object that was being tracked visually, in dicating it was non-metallic. The spectrum analyser could not detect any signals being emitted from them. The Army also flew a reconnaissance drone in the direction of the floating object, but it proved a futile exercise. 
The drone reached its maximum altitude but lost sight of the floating object. In late September this year, a team of astronomers from the Indian Astronomical Observatory at Hanle, 150 km south of the lake, studied the airborne phenomena for three days. The team spotted the flying objects, Army officials say, but could not conclusively establish what they were. They did, however, say that the objects were "non celestial" and ruled out meteors and planets. Read more source
Is Aksai Chin a UFO base?




6 comments:

Anonymous said...

I have to say it: this reminds me of the scene of the Tribes praying after their sightings in "Close Encounters of the Third Kind".

Anonymous said...

wow!..no radar response!..The spectrum analyser,no detection,wow!
what a dilemma,now what!? I would have thought that, one of those two
would have shown something,but both
negative!?...could this sighting have been farther out in space giving the illusion of being closer
as thought? OR what was seen,was a
high tech; projection of some kind
but from where?............

Anonymous said...

Not just one mainstream paper, but several Indian and Other papers have said that 100 UFOs were sighted. They have analysed and found out that these are not drones or anything of this earth.

http://newspoint.co.za/story/412/2745-100-ufos-sighted-two-and-half-months-ladakh-region

http://www.hindustantimes.com/India-news/NewDelhi/Ladakh-UFO-sightings-fox-authorities/Article1-955824.aspx

Anonymous said...

Great page guys,thx:-)!

Anonymous said...

Sounds like Chinese lanterns.

Anonymous said...

i know its true.they are coming...........