Whenever I walk down the street with everyone wearing masks (as if that actually does anything) and me without, I feel like Morpheus and Neo in the Matrix when walking through the simulated reality. Morpheus knows the program bumping into no one, but Neo, being new, seems to bump into everything. That brings me to a comet named Neowise. Yeah. Think about that.
Here is the comet as seen through the night vision equipment we use on the Sedona UFO Tour Guide’s Sedona UFO Tour.
February has been so far, a great month for UFO spotting! Almost every night, UFOs fly in groups over us in the one-hour period that the Sedona UFO Tour Guide’s tour happens. Last night, there were two flying together in tandem, with the front being at least 5 times brighter than the one behind. On the 14th, two Valentine couples got to see a trio of ships flying in formation. I can show you how to tell a satellite from a spaceship in the first 5 minutes of goggle use, and you’ll be spotting ships before I do before we finish.
It is already about 10 degrees warmer after sunset than it was only a week ago, so if you’re going to be in Sedona in the month of February, you really should experience my tour. As a bonus, if you go to Señor Bob’s and get at least one combo meal (the best in Sedona), you get 2 for 1 pricing on the public UFO Tour either the same night, or any remaining night in February.
That means for just $44 each, you and your friend will be getting information that people pay $100 each for on any given day. That’s value, and everybody respects a good deal! You can also get the amazing “Are You Experienced” hoodie there at Señor Bob’s!
These 3rd generation night vision goggles work even better than I thought! I knew they were good, but I didn’t know they were THAT good! Just four nights ago, my group saw the SpaceX satellite string before they were even spread out. They were flying over the Pacific, and we saw them in Sedona. The string was low in the Western sky, and were so bright, that we could see them with the naked eye. We could count only about 8 lights, and with the night vision, we could see what looked like a bundle of grains at the leading edge of the sighting. I’ve calculated the distance to be at least 600 miles, but we could easily make out the individual reflections. The next night, Tuesday, we could make out over 50 lights in the string. They must have been higher in orbit, and even further west.
This means that the ships that we’re seeing every night in the dark skies over Sedona are up to 10,000 miles out. If an 8′ diameter satellite can be seen brightly over 600 miles away, then 300′ TR3B’s MUST be thousands of miles up when we see them fly over, and fade out over us when leaving orbit.
These OMNI6+ units are amazing, and almost every night someone wants to buy one. I have the best prices, so why not? Contact me directly at michael@ArizonaUFOTours.com for the best deal on the UFO PACK PRO. It comes with the goggle, headmount, laser with battery, extra battery, battery charger, and padded hard shell case. Even I didn’t know these were THAT good!
When it’s clear, we can see 20-30 objects in an hour. Some are satellites, some are not. What kinds of things can we be seeing if it isn’t an airplane or satellite? More and more information comes out every week about the Secret Space Program (SSP) and here are some possibilities. These are artists’ conceptions, but they are pretty believable if you understand the requirements for space and near planet travel, and have had an opportunity to listen to witness testimony. This is especially true for those who will speak to people like me, but won’t go officially on the record. This info, which I keep to myself, allows me to vet people and ascertain their probability of telling me the truth.
“Have you seen any ships close up?” I get that question a lot, too. I haven’t seen any ships close up, but I have seen both day and nighttime objects. This one from 2011 is the clearest picture I’ve taken of daytime, and you can see several videos posted here on SedonaUFOTourGuide of ships flying in groups.
Once in a while, though not every night, we see something that isn’t one of our SSP fleet. They do really bizarre maneuvers and accelerations. They zig, zag, and go straight up. When I can catch video of same, I’ll post here for sure.
Your Sedona UFO Tour Guide hasn’t used it to catch anything amazing yet, but I said I’d be posting video from the UFO Tours, so here is a sample of the quality of what the PVS-7 sees, and the iPhone can record using my 3D printed interface.
Wednesday, I started looking up adaptors to make an iPhone 5 match up to the PVS-7 generation III night vision equipment. I found one that was gun-metal engineering, and universal, but it was $200. I figured there had to be a less expensive way to get the job done.
Thursday, I decided to 3D design a holder for the phone, which would push right onto the eyepiece of the PVS-7. Using Cheetah 3D, I designed a square receiver for the iPhone, extremely light weight, with a hole for the camera, and slots to avoid depressing the power button and volume controls. Then, it was time for good ‘ol Maker Bot software to create the print file for the 3D printer.
Friday (this morning), the completed piece, due to micrometer measurements of the iPhone and its case, came out flawlessly. It holds the phone securely, and lines it up directly over the eyepiece of the night vision gear. I rounded the corners using a belt sander, and the unit is ready to debut TONIGHT.
You’re about to see some new AMAZING videos on SedonaUFOTourGuide.com!