Did at least five world leaders visit a cave containing a 'Vimana' ET airship in Afghanistan in December 2010?
In a leaked Afghanistan government cable from 15 January of 2010, a member of the government is noted as saying:
"we know there is life on other planets, but we must make peace here first."
* Ubaidulloev comment on 9th line in on page 1: 10DUSHANBE82_a of 15 January 2010.
Later that year
As reported by over 15 reputable news outlets linked below, Obama, Cameron, Sarkozy, and Merkel did travel to Afghanistan in quick succession in December 2010. Considering NZ is part of the Five Eye's intelligence network I would say before he dies (hopefully soon the scumbag), John Key will reveal that he also knows about the machine in the cave. Jacinda could use her position to pressure the GCSB into releasing to her, and the rest of the world, the ancient energy technologies we have forgotten.
four five world leaders travel to Afghanistan in December 2010?
The visit sequence take place as follows:
- 15 January 2010 - Afghanistan minister Dushanbe admits life on other planets*
- 1 May 2010 - New Zealand Prime Minister John Key
- 3 December 2010 - United States President Obama - Bagram
- 7 December 2010 - British Prime Minister David Cameron
- 8 December 2010 - French President Nicolas Sarkozy - Concealed via India.
- 18 December 2010 - German Chancellor Angela Merkel - Kunduz
Did they visit a cave containing an ancient flying machine?
It would be an enormous 6 story high rocket.
Our current leader Jacinda Ardern may hold in her hands the ability to alter the medium term future of the human race and save our planet. Because ET physics holds the key to cutting our dependance on fossil fuels, it is risky for the oil industry to allow it to be released to the public, but she needs to release the information.
Is Afghanistan or New Zealand going to be the first country in the world to officially recognise the existence of Extra Terrestrial intelligent life?
Also in 2010, Sunday 26 April to be precise, Stephen Hawking would warn us not to make contact, according to these disclose.tv, BBC, The Guardian, and CSSMonitor. Did they tell Stephen Hawkin also? Makes sense. It is my believe that leaders such as The Pope would also have been informed. Heck maybe even the leader of New Zealand was informed. That's when I discovered the John Key visit.
As a result, a series of special meetings took place: in December 2010 four world leaders mysteriously visited something (a Vimana) in Afghanistan containing an ancient flying machine made with 16 metals including Mercury, a rocket that is unable to be moved from a cave in the 'Kush.
It is my fear though that the oil cartels may have already suppressed the release of this information being as it is 2018 already now.
This is BBC, Reuters, Al Jazeera, C-span, the White-house official website calendar, CBS news, The Guardian, ABC.net.au, SMH.com.au etc. So the question now is..... 8 years later do you think they have changed their minds about whether or not to bring disclosure of the real reason for the trip? I believe they were preparing to make an announcement but then changed their minds.
1st May: New Zealand's Prime Minister Key
"Mr Key arrived in Kabul on Saturday 1 May. That day he met the Commander of the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF), General Stanley McChrystal."
'Prime Minister John Key has just flown out of Iraq after a secret visit to the New Zealand troops at Taji Military Camp - a dramatic two days in a place Mr Key described as a "god-damn awful place."'
After cutting out of a Middle East trade mission to attend the funerals of three airmen last week, Prime Minister John Key has renewed his military connections by visiting New Zealand troops in Afghanistan.
Mr Key talked of his visit with Harmid Karzai, describing the Afghan president as engaging, and said he had thanked him for New Zealand's help.
3 December 2010
"Obama Pays Visit to Afghanistan...Bagram"
"President Barack Obama Visits Afghanistan"
3 December 2010
"President Barack Obama Visits Troops in Afghanistan, Part 1, Dec 3rd, 2010"
3 December 2010
"Obama in Afghanistan"
"David Cameron signals Afghan withdrawal...Helmand"
7 December 2010
16 December 2013
http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-25398608Corroborates the "2010 visit" story
concealed officially apparently due to the fact he was already in India on a state visit when ‘rushed’ by a US Military aircraft to the Afghan war zone. Makes sense.
Backs up "trip to Afghanistan via India early December 2010" story
Backs up "trip to Afghanistan via India early December 2010" story
Backs up "trip to Afghanistan via India early December 2010" story
"Cameron and Karzai meet in Kabul to repair the damage caused by leaks revealing Afghan officials' criticism of British troops in Helmand."
Backs up "trip to India early December 2010" story
"Top United Nations Officials in Afghanistan, briefing Security Council, hails pools, other Key events as “stepping stones” towards sovereign authority, UN Department of Public Information (New York) 29 September 2010. Date of Access: 3 January 2011. State Visit to India, Interview Given by Nicolas Sarkozy, President of the Republic, to the Indian Newspaper “The Hindu,” France Diplomatie 4 December 2010. Coopération, La France en Afghanistan (Kabul)."
visits Afghanistan 18 December via German base in Kunduz. The announcement is only made public after she arrives in the country, to the surprise of the world. She was accompanied by Defence Minister Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg and military Chief of Staff Volker Wieker. Few details were provided on Mrs Merkel's visit - her third to Afghanistan since 2007, but somehow the late coming report from Reuters and Khaama to me proves the visit. Oh and of course the obvious BBC one on the day.
18 December 2010
"German Chancellor Angela Merkel has arrived in northern Afghanistan on an unannounced visit, amid heavy security."
"Mrs Merkel last visited Afghanistan in December 2010... just before Christmas"
"Merkel last visited Afghanistan in 2010."
"Merkel last visited Afghanistan in December 2010, to meet German soldiers just before Christmas. On that occasion she described the fighting there for the first time as “war”."
Independent Media Accounts
The following is a reproduction of:
'The Objective' feature film
The following is a text version of the full length feature film in Spanish The Objective from 2008
Afghanistan documentary, by Faisal Lhr. released Youtube June 1, 2012
A group of Special Ops Reservists on a mission in the harsh and hostile terrain of Afghanistan find themselves lost in a Middle Eastern "Bermuda Triangle" of ancient evil.
In Ghazni Province, Afghanistan, a Special Forces team meets CIA Agent Benjamin Keynes, who explains their mission is to find a very important Afghan cleric by the name of Mohammad Aban.
The team leader, Wally Hamer briefs the men to be ready. After being inserted, the team finds a local guide, Abdul (incorrectly pronounced 'abdool' in the film, similar to Abdul's slight mispronunciation of some words due to obvious language barriers), in a village in Southern Afghanistan, where the cleric is from. Together, they go to the mountains, where the cleric has a reputation for hiding.
As they go further into the mountains, they begin to have strange encounters. First, they are ambushed by gunmen, who kill Trinoski. The team returns fire, killing multiple gunmen, but when they check the bodies, they have disappeared.
That night, the team spots headlights of a vehicle approaching. However, the two lights separate and then speedily fly into the sky and disappear. After speculating on what the lights may have been, they radio for a helicopter to resupply them. The next day, they cannot get reception on their radio or GPS.
Their truck, damaged from the ambush, is struggling to move up the mountain. At night, the team hears a helicopter approaching, though they cannot spot it.
As their radio is not working, they attempt to signal the helicopter. As the helicopter, still unseen, sounds to be directly on top of them, the noise abruptly and instantaneously stops, something that shouldn't be physically possible. Meanwhile, the radio picks up what sounds like Farci or Arabic, but no one can understand it.
They cache Trinoski's body so that they can move to a safer position for the night. The next morning, the team finds parts of Trinoski's body strewn out across rocks.
Further up the mountain, they spot strange, triangular markers made of sticks across the mountain's surface. As they continue on foot with their mission in the rocky and barren landscape, fatigue, frustration and confusion take their toll on the members of the team and they come across a cave. Inside, they find an old man who gives them shelter and refills their canteens.
Sergeant Sadler notices that under the man's robes, he appears to be wearing a nineteenth century British army uniform.
Sadler tells the others of a legend of how a British regiment disappeared in Afghanistan's mountains, leaving only one survivor. In the morning Sergeant Cole observes the old man apparently talking to himself. But when he looks through his night vision goggles, the soldier sees a group of men with swords in black robes.
Panicking, the soldier opens fire, accidentally killing the old man. Abdul says they must bury the body, but Keynes orders the team to move on in case the enemy heard them. One soldier, the medic, develops horrible stomach pains.
As he tries tries to drink from a canteen, he finds that it is full of sand, as are everyone else's water containers. Further on, Abdul is surprised to find that there is an entire valley that did not used to be there. The tensions further increase when the team is encountered by a bright light at night. As K.T. and Cole try to flank the light, believing it to be a ruse by the Taliban, they're immediately vaporized.
The next morning, Abdul warns Keynes that they are dealing with a supernatural phenomenon that is beyond human conception, and has deadly consequences; he then commits suicide by stepping off a cliff.
As the team progresses further and tensions among the men increase, the soldiers confront Keynes and demand the truth.
Keynes shows them a recording from his thermal imaging camera and informs them about the real motive. The thermal video shows a triangular object in the desert. Being nearly invisible to the naked eye, it lifts off the ground after three (supposed) men, including Muhammad-Aban, walk to it and vanishes right in front of Keynes' eyes.
It was this object that killed the men.
The CIA monitored this phenomenon for some time and sent Keynes and the special forces team there to further investigate it. The whole time, Keynes has been recording with his special thermal camera and sending the images to Langley via an advanced laser aimed at CIA satellites.
Keynes theorizes that this object originates from an ancient Indian mythology called 'Vimanas', a sort of UFO-related phenomena that occurred when Alexander rode through this area of land as he was conquering, and the bright lights and the ghostly gunmen are associated with it. He also explains that the team is an 'expendable' for the investigation and they will not be rescued, which causes a brief scuffle with the agitated sergeant.
Running out of ammo, water and food the team wanders further into the desert where they finally encounter the Vimanas at what appears to be the location that the British regiment was destroyed.
Sadler, overwhelmed with fear, opens fire upon the seemingly invisible Vimanas only to be vaporized. Keynes flees with Degetau and abandons him later, as is too sick to continue, and later hears his screams before being obliterated by the objects. Exhausted and traumatized, Keynes searches for water.
He encounters an oasis and drinks water from it only to discover the body of Hamer laying next to the water. Unable to grasp the horror, he passes out.
When he wakes up in the night, he hears the distant sound of a helicopter and fires his flare gun. Simultaneously, several flares fire up from the valley. The bright light he encountered earlier re-appears and two beings from it approach him.
As it touches his forehead, he sees visions and hallucinations of various objects and landscapes from his previous encounters, causing him to go into a trance. In the final scene he is shown floating several inches above a bed with a talisman he took from Aban's home in his hand, inside a hospital room, where doctors and a military colonel are observing him through a glass window.
In a trance, he finally whispers, "They will save us all..."
File under: Alien scout craft power source, UFO propulsion, element 115, positron focussing gadolinium crystals.
Positron focussing gadolinium crystals
Also if you think the idea of positron focussing gadolinium crystals is a bit far fetched... maybe take a look at this science study confirming this phenomena:
ALTERNATE THEORY: The Giant of Khandahar
Soldier "Dan" killed by spear through chest from giant
According to the description:
"Interviews with US forces who battled a REAL giant creature in the caves of Afghanistan... and the pilot who flew the body back to the United States Base. "
To gain an understanding of how an alien scout craft operates, see the video below.
It is not so far fetched that this could be real. Positrons are used in positron emission tomography, and there are research papers that describe the use of Gadolinium crystals to focus the anti-matter beams. As for element 115 - ununpentium - that is just amazing how the guy behind this video knew of it 15 years years before it was confirmed in a particle accelerator.
A 6,000-year-old Vimana found by 8 US Soldiers Disappeared in Afghanistan Cave?
21 December 2010
"World Leaders Flock To Afghanistan After Mysterious ‘Time Well’ Discovered"
By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers
VIDEO NO LONGER EXISTS: account closed... does this show something?
18 October 2012 - THIS IS BEST WATCHED AT 2X SPEED
20 February 2016 - NEWS ITEM IN HINDI
"5000 years Old Vimana Found in Afghanistan (अफगानिस्तान गुफा में मिला 5000 साल पुराना भारतीय विमान)"
General Vimana Info
Alien scout power system:
Archaelogical Evidence of the Vimana
According to this (totally horseshit by the sounds) Youtube clip, "500 people died" (yeah right!) when the ET came back to destroy the technology at Fort Worth, USA:
According to the very far fetched "fake news" sounding report from Russia:
Posted by tomachi on March 11th, 2018 filed in News, Politics, Science
C O N F I D E N T I A L SECTION 01 OF 02 DUSHANBE 000082 SIPDIS E.O. 12958: DECL: 1/15/2020 TAGS: PGOV, PREL, PHUM, TI SUBJECT: MAYOR MEETS AMBASSADOR, CONFIRMS EXTRATERRESTRIAL LIFE CLASSIFIED BY: Ken Gross, Ambassador, EXEC, DoS. REASON: 1.4 (b), (d) 1. (C) Summary: In a platitude-ridden meeting, Dushanbe Mayor Mahmadsaid Ubaidulloev said upcoming elections would be free and fair, that contributions to the Roghun Dam were voluntary, and that the losses suffered by the United States in Afghanistan were felt by Tajiks as their own. Ubaidulloev asked for help in getting Tajik students admitted to Harvard University, but effectively declined to help find a new location for an American Corner in Dushanbe. He asserted the existence of life on other planets, caveating this by noting that we should focus on solving our problems on Earth. End Summary. AFGHANISTAN 2. (SBU) On January 13 Ambassador called on Dushanbe Mayor and Chairman of the upper house of Parliament Mahmadsaid Ubaidulloev at his parliamentary office. The Mayor began the meeting with a lengthy discourse on Afghanistan, thanking the United States for its contributions and sacrifices there, and saying that U.S. activities there were very important "as we enter the third millennium and the 21st century." Ubaidulloev thought the main task there was to build a sense of national identity among ethnically disparate groups, and said the United States was an example for this. He noted that "war is very dangerous", and said "we know there is life on other planets, but we must make peace here first." ELECTION RESULTS ARE LIKE EARTHQUAKE IN HAITI - UNPREDICTABLE 3. (SBU) Ambassador asked for the Mayor's prediction on the results in the upcoming election. Ubaidulloev said predicting the results was as hard as "predicting the earthquake in Haiti." He assured Ambassador that the elections would be free, transparent, and fair, noting that President Rahmon had insisted on this at the last PDPT congress. He commented that political parties in Tajikistan were not proactive enough in contesting elections, but "thanks God we have independent media" which gave all parties and candidates public exposure. THE OTHER CAMPAIGN - ROGHUN 4. (SBU) Ubaidulloev said despite the low salaries of most Tajiks, they supported Roghun's construction, as they had suffered from the lack of electricity. He claimed the health, education, and cultural sectors did not contribute to Roghun, and all other contributions were voluntary. Ubaidulloev said wealthy businessmen were eager to buy shares of Roghun as it was a profitable investment. CYBERCAFE, AMERICAN CORNER, AND EDUCATION 5. (SBU) Ambassador told the Mayor that the Dushanbe cybercafe, built by the city of Boulder, Colorado, as part of its sister-city relationship, still did not have water or power except for a few solar panels. These power some of the Internet computers, but were inadequate for the cafe's full operation. He asked the Mayor to help get water and power connected to the cafe. Ubaidulloev averred that he was hearing of this problem for the first time and said it would be no problem to connect power and water. (Note: the Cybercafe supervisor has raised these problems with the Mayor's office several times.) 6. (SBU) Ambassador then asked for Ubaidulloev's help to find a location for a second American Corner in Dushanbe. The Mayor quickly suggested that the cybercafe would be the ideal location for the American Corner since it was in a densely populated area of the city. 7. (SBU) Ubaidulloev said the parliament had declared 2010 the Year of Education. He raised his interest in seeing Tajik students attend U.S. universities, repeatedly mentioning Harvard DUSHANBE 00000082 002 OF 002 University as an example. The Tajik government and the administration of Dushanbe were ready to fund studies at Harvard, but needed the embassy's guidance on what training courses and level of English were required. Ambassador offered to put Ubaidulloev's staff in contact with Embassy Public Affairs staff to explore this issue. 8. (C) Comment: The Mayor has for long been a difficult, unpredictable, and sometimes hostile interlocutor. In deference to the Ambassador's language preference, Ubaidulloev spoke for the most part in Tajik, though he readily admitted that he would make many mistakes. His monologues confirmed this, and understanding him in Tajik was made doubly difficult by some of his nonsensical statements. Embassy staff have heard that the Mayor opposes unfettered public Internet access and has told city businesses and government agencies not to rent space for an American Corner if it involved Internet facilities. His quick suggestion that we colocate the American Corner in the cybercafe was unhelpful and in accord with our longstanding impressions of him. However, what we found most striking in this meeting was his strict adherence to obvious, and tired, lies about free elections, voluntary contributions to Roghun, and free media. A right painful 90 minutes. End Comment. GROSS