[Above: A rare ship-less pic.]
Some people were allegedly photographing ships around the sun, but… better images have been flooding in for… YEARS. It’s happening so frequently now, in fact, that we were kinda shocked. We’d been keen on this back in 2012-2015, when Da-da first showed us, but after NASA de-res’d the Stereo satellite images (they used to be AWESOME) — and intentionally destroyed the Stereo B satellite — we stopped looking.
Well, we started looking again.
Then we checked with our Universal friends, and… yowsa: everybody and their brother is flooding in to watch The Event in person. This had been happening a lot some years ago, but when The Event wasn’t happening as fast as we all thought, the activity dropped. But now, the solar system is filling up again like a stadium parking lot on the day of the big game… though you can’t see them after they exit the sun, as they typically cloak (how Romulan). Anyway, LOOK:
They’re all over the place.
NASA consistently calls these “glitches,” but these glitches originate from inside the sun and have specific, trackable trajectories. See for yourself. Also note: Not only are these gynormous ET ships the size of Neptune — coming into the solar system around about 50 ships an hour — their shields can also withstand the heat and pressure of the sun. They also seem to spook NASA scientists, so PLEASE send more!
We encourage you to search daily for your own planet-sized UFOs… HERE.
If you see a particularly juicy one, post its date and time in the comments.