A video showing three metallic UFOs over the Pyramids at Giza has become an internet sensation. The UFOs themselves look like inverted pyramids.
The quality of this video is the first thing worth mentioning and to be completely honest, it is a far cry from the blurry, shaky footage that we’re used to seeing. (Strike 1)
The footage was uploaded to YouTube by Section 51 2.0, a channel whose description reads “these videos are for entertainment purposes only.” (Strike 2)
In the video, a crowd of tourists are admiring the Pyramids of Giza while three bizarre UFOs are seen hovering above the ancient monuments. The objects themselves appear to be made from a metallic material with reflective properties. Apart from that, the UFOs themselves appear to be upside-down replicas of the pyramids that hover while slowly rotating.
The video component is accompanied by ominous sky-trumpet sounds that would have you believe the UFOs are performing some kind of scan of the pyramids.
The video description gives no details about the sighting other than the fact that the footage was taken in April 2016 and the sighting lasted for four hours. Four hours of extraterrestrial presence and all we have is 2 and a half minutes of video? (Strike 3)
If what the video uploaders say is true, the Giza plateau would have been swarming with reporters and we would have had ample footage from thousands of sources and angles. The event would have become a worldwide sensation and would have probably become the best UFO evidence ever.
Even if we’re to ignore all the points above, there is an aspect that certifies this video is fake: the people’s reaction, or better yet, their lack of reaction. Tourists and locals are seen going about their business as if the crystal-clear UFOs weren’t there. In the case of a genuine sighting, all the eyes would have been glued to the objects and everything else would go unnoticed.
Having examined thousands of UFO videos I can attest to most of them being CGI – some clever and some obvious fakes. Others are simply natural phenomena that have been misinterpreted or feature conventional aircraft that only look like UFOs in the right light.
With the world’s increased interest in aliens and UFOs it’s easy to see how some want to capitalize on humanity’s interests and fears and that is why people keep making fake videos. But despite all the lies and deception, there still remains a large number of genuine videos showing unexplained events that feature otherworldly presences. These should be the focus of honest research because the question of aliens on Earth should interest us all.
I have to admit that in my quest to show aliens are real I too have fallen into many traps and—willingly or not—shared them with the readers of UFOholic. For that I apologize and urge you to keep your eyes peeled and not let yourselves be fooled. Be safe and vigilant!
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