It wasn't all that long ago that you'd preface a video like this one - which has been studied by NARCAP, the National Aviation Reporting Center on Anomalous Phenomena, which reports on aviation safety - by saying something snarky like, "Well now here's something you don't see every day!" Except that now you do. Or practically do. As we bear witness to the first-hand accounts of more and more UFO/UAP experiencers, the more credible they become.
And before you go straight to the default setting reaction of saying this is just a blob of light on a video and could be anything, read these details:
Source - A video exclusively obtained by DailyMail.com shows a pulsating orb caught on camera by FedEx pilots flying over Mexico – which experts say could be a UFO with a plasma forcefield that may help it fly or deflect radar.
On March 19, 2020 two FedEx pilots were flying a cargo airplane near Monterrey, Mexico, when they saw a bright light drop down from the sky, stop at their altitude, shoot them with a beam of light, then move in tandem with the plane for over 30 minutes before flying away. ...
NARCAP executive director Ted Roe, the author of the report, told DailyMail.com that the pilots' account was 'very consistent with what pilots have been reporting for over 100 years.'
And before you go dismissing the witnesses as crackpots, frauds, or attention-seekers, consider this:
The captain of the Boeing 767 cargo plane is 'a career pilot with 19 years of experience flying wide-body aircraft for a major cargo company with an additional 10yrs flying KC-135 refueling tankers for the US Air Force,' according to the report, while the first officer was a 'career fighter pilot that flew f-15s before working in the private sector.'
They were described as 'competent airmen, highly experienced with observing and identifying aircraft, and are capable of determining normal observations and incidents from unusual ones.'
And, before you so full Agent Scully and merely dismiss this as any of a 100 different natural phenomena, read on:
'The incident began when the First Officer … saw a yellowish white light descend into view from above,' the report said.
'He first believed that it was a meteor and began to say so when it suddenly stopped near the same altitude as their aircraft. The UAP [unidentified aerial phenomenon]/Light then projected an illuminating beam of bright, white, light on their aircraft, and appeared to take a collision heading.
'At this moment the Captain also saw the beam of light projected onto their aircraft from the UAP/Light. Both crewmen, in the belief that an aircraft with its landing lights on had turned onto a collision heading with their aircraft, took a defensive attitude and prepared for evasive control inputs.'
But instead of heading to crash into them, the UFO then started to move in tandem with the plane between 1,000 and 2,000 ft away … the UAP/Light suddenly accelerated to the same speed and heading of the aircraft, maintained separation, and paced the aircraft,' the report said. …
The report said it had 'no navigation lights or other features associated with airplanes'. …
Mysteriously, the UFO did not show up on the plane's radar.
Yeah, go ahead and just explain this away. I mean, what could be more natural, right? A glowing, pulsating orb comes down out of the sky, plays chicken with a cargo plane, shines a beam of light on it, then tracks along side it like Maverick and Ice wingmanning each other. And while two "competent airmen, highly experienced" who have been trusted with some of the most sophisticated weapons systems in our nation's arsenal observe and record it. But it's still advanced enough to evade modern radar.
Sure sounds like a meteor to me. Or maybe they were just looking at Jupiter in the sky and thought it was a UAP, the government has used that excuse before. Or perhaps this bright orb that changes direction on a dime and mimics the direction and airspeed of a cargo jet was just a weather balloon. Why I'm sure there are lots of things that are visible enough to be captured on video chasing jumbo jets, but are invisible to flight radar and ground control. It doesn't mean it's anything supernatural.
In case it didn't come through, that last paragraph was sarcasm. If I thought any of it was true, I'd never board a plane again. The very fact that this is a purely paranormal encounter is why I'm willing to fly. If I thought the skies were filled with jet pilots who don't know a meteor from a planet from a UFO, I'd take my chances with the Peter Pan bus, thankyouverymuch. I choose to believe these intelligent, capable professionals. And trust that whoever is at the controls of these UAPs doesn't wish us harm. Because if they did, they'd have done it by now. I think they're here to observe. Like researchers studying animals in the wild, they see us as semi-hairy, slightly evolved apes and are interested in watching us metaphorically (and sometimes literally) fling poop at each other. That's what keeps me sane and lets me sleep at night.
You make up your own mind. Just understand that you're going to be hearing a lot more of these types of reports. And eventually have to come around to the truth. After all this is "what pilots have been reporting for over 100 years." And oftentimes, not reporting: