Footage posted online on August 9, 2015 by YouTube user Jonathan Castro, appears to show a humanoid UFO in a spacesuit hovering over Sequoia Park in East Los Angeles.
The image was caught on camera from three different angles by three cameramen, including Yasmin Joyner and Jonathan Castro.
According to YouTube user Fausto Perez, the humanoid UFO was seen by dozens of people at the park.
"You can discern that it wasn't a hoax or cgi but indeed a humanoid sky anomaly... People can be heard in shock in the background of the video."
Mysterious Universe's Paul Seaburn thinks the humanoid UFO appears too "solid to be a 3-D projection or hologram."
"While it looks to be floating, it doesn't seem to be flying or moving around much at all. There are some changes of position that could indicate shape-shifting."Some viewers believe it could be an alien visitor. Others of a skeptical turn of mind think it could be a promotional gimmick.
Seaburn suggests it could be a "next-generation electronically-projected campaign billboard for Donald Trump."
But more conspiracy theory-minded viewers speculated that it could be a test run of the infamous NWO-Illuminati-sponsored Project Blue Beam, allegedly a NASA project to inaugurate the Satanic New World Order reign of the Antichrist by using a holographic image projector to simulate the Second Coming of Christ or an alien invasion.
The Inquistr reported in July on speculations in conspiracy theory circles that implementation of Project Blue Beam is imminent. Conspiracy theorists cited evidence that development of technology that could be used to project movie images directly onto the clouds has reached an advanced stage.
Recently, a research team, Project Nimbus, successfully projected onto the clouds a ghostly green horseman galloping across the sky over Nottingham in the U.K.
The team projected the apparitional horsemen onto the clouds from a Cessna 172 aircraft. The image was reminiscent of the four horsemen of the apocalypse described prophetically in the Book of Revelation.
Project Blue Beam conspiracy theory was originated by Serge Monast, a Quebecois investigative journalist, who claimed that the Illuminati-sponsored UN would attempt to inaugurate the world government of the Antichrist by using a special technological invention to simulate the Second Coming of Christ or an alien invasion.
"In principle, it [Project Blue Beam] will make use of the sky as a holographic projection screen… projectors will project simultaneous holographic images to the four corners of the planet, in every language by region and different images according to the predominating regional religious faith."Monast also claimed that the holographic projection onto the sky would vary in different parts of the world according to local customs and religious beliefs. But the overarching aim would be to deceive humanity to welcome the NWO world government.
"… 3D optical holograms and sounds, laser projections of multiple holographic images in different parts of the world, each receiving a different image, according to its predetermined original national religious faith. This new 'god' image will talk in all languages."