Fear-mongering rumors of an impending Yellowstone false flag event, an alleged plan by a sinister group linked to government, to induce artificially an eruption of the Yellowstone Supervolcano that could lead to an extinction level event (ELE) are gaining traction in the doomsday blogosphere and spreading fear and panic among the susceptible readers.
And even as rumors of an alleged impending Yellowstone false flag event spread, UFO hunters are scrutinizing closely new YouTube footage allegedly showing a UFO crashing at a spot in the Yellowstone National Park near the Yellowstone Supervolcano (see YouTube below).
The video purportedly showing a massive UFO crashing near the supervolcano has sparked rumors of sinister experiments at Yellowstone linked to an alleged plan to stage a false flag operation that involves inducing artificially a massive eruption of the Yellowstone supervolcano.
The footage (see above) captured by an amateur videographer, called Shawn, shows a large object burning up in the sky and then crashing at a spot in the Yellowstone National Park reportedly close to the supervolcano on the morning of April 18, 2016.
Some UFO conspiracy theorists, such as UFO Sightings Daily editor Scott Waring, believe the object is an alien UFO spacecraft that crashed to Earth, possibly while monitoring the volcano for signs of increased activity.
Commenting on the incident, Waring pointed out that it would be difficult to locate the crash site in the vast expanse of wilderness that constitutes the Yellowstone National Park. But he argued that the fact that the object crashed at such an isolated area suggests a deliberate choice by an alien pilot attempting to avoid contact with humans.
But other conspiracy theorists have linked the incident with rumors about a sinister, clandestine plan to stage a Yellowstone false flag attack by triggering a major eruption of the Yellowstone supervolcano.
Fear-mongering rumors of a plan to stage a false flag attack by artificially triggering an eruption of the Yellowstone supervolcano appear to have originated on the blog The Common Sense Show.
On April 19, 2016, the blog published a letter it allegedly received from an “anonymous source” that identified as a “geologist and geophysicist.”
The anonymous letter writer alleged that a clandestine group, apparently linked to government, was planning to artificially induce an eruption of the Yellowstone supervolcano by conducting “fracking-style” activity near the supervolcano.
“We discovered fracking that was going on at the site of one of our investigations [at Yellowstone] in which the quakes in the area were increasing exponentially,” the letter read.
“It was our operating hypothesis that the fracking was able to redirect pressure point of any quake or subsequent magma eruption…,” the letter continued. “Based on the limited data set available, it looks like the ‘frackers’ were experimenting… in other words, somebody was trying to assess if they could cause a series of eruptions at Yellowstone.”
“In other words, somebody was trying to assess if they could cause a series of eruptions at Yellowstone…”
The anonymous source went on to say he obtained information from another colleague working independently at Yellowstone that the group was also investigating other methods — including “electromagnetic interference” — that could be used to induce an eruption of the supervolcano.
The anonymous letter writer then alleged that scientific evidence shows that the recent earthquake in Ecuador was not caused naturally but was induced artificially. According to the anonymous writer, Ecuador was used to test a technology that could soon be applied to trigger a catastrophic eruption of the Yellowstone supervolcano.
“The quakes in Ecuador are not natural and do not follow expected patterns,” the letter said. “Ecuador could be a test for what is coming to Yellowstone. If this technology was directed to the highly volatile Yellowstone region… I can tell you without hesitation that one-third of the country would be completely uninhabitable for years. Tens of millions of people would die.”
“The quakes in Ecuador are not natural… Ecuador could be a test for what is coming to Yellowstone.”
According to the purveyors of the Yellowstone false flag conspiracy theory, the clip allegedly showing a UFO crashing at Yellowstone actually shows the test run of a technology to induce an eruption of the Yellowstone supervolcano. But some supporters of the theory that the footage shows a UFO crashing have argued that the UFO crash theory is not necessarily inconsistent with the Yellowstone false flag theory, and that both probably complement each other.
It is believed widely in the UFO community that there is a major top-secret government-alien UFO base beneath the Old Faithful geyser. The government-linked group planning the false flag operation, according to UFO conspiracy theorists, could be working with an alien race to achieve it goals.
Volcanoes are recognized widely as UFO hotspots. According to UFOlogists, frequent sightings of UFOs near the world’s major volcanoes, such as Popocatepetl and Colima in Mexico, show that extraterrestrials take an interest in Earth’s volcanoes. It is claimed that alien scientists observe Earth’s volcano to understand the planet’s geology while other UFO experts point to alleged evidence that aliens often choose to locate their UFO bases beneath volcanoes because humans are unable to access them.
Alien and UFO hunters who believe there is an underground alien base beneath the Yellowstone supervolcano cite recent multiple reports of strange lights over the Yellowstone park as evidence of UFOs landing and taking off from the alleged underground alien base.
The Inquisitr also reported last month that grainy webcam footage captured by the upper geyser basin night time live streaming camera at the Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming and uploaded to YouTube on March 1, 2016, by Kat Martin2016 (see above) went viral in the online UFO community after UFO hunters began touting it as proof of alien UFO activity linked to the Yellowstone Supervolcano.
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