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By Stan Greene
Observer Staff Writer 

Astronomers Discover "Lighthouse" That Transmits Occulting Signal Every 18 Minutes

Object is said to be unlike anything else, the transmitter is the brightest source of radio waves detectable from Earth.

 

February 3, 2022

This is a supernova remnant, the debris of an exploded star. On the left is something named 'the Mouse', a runaway pulsar (an extremely dense, rapidly rotating star) possibly formed and ejected by the supernova itself.

Astronomers think it might be a remnant of a collapsed star, either a dense neutron star or a dead white dwarf star, with a strong magnetic field -- or it could be an artificial lighthouse, warning space ships away from some danger.

Radio astronomers report that they have found a signal from space unlike anything observed by Earthmen before. It has been likened to "a celestial lighthouse" by astronomers.

While mapping radio waves across the universe, astronomers happened upon a celestial object releasing giant bursts of energy. Is the government monitoring radio transmissions from aliens?

The spinning space object, first described in March 2018, beamed out radiation three times per hour. In those moments, it became the brightest source of radio waves detectable from Earth.

UFOligists cite 1973 as the earliest suggestion that the U.S. government was involved with ETs. That year, Robert Emenegger and Allan Sandler of Los Angeles, California were in contact with officials at Norton Air Force Base in order to make a documentary film.

Emenegger and Sandler report that Air Force Officials (including Paul Shartle) suggested incorporating UFO information in the documentary, including as its centerpiece genuine footage of a 1971 UFO landing at Holloman Air Force Base in New Mexico. Furthermore, says Emenegger, he was given a tour of Holloman AFB and was shown where officials conferred with aliens.

This was supposedly not the first time the U.S. had met these aliens, as Emenegger reported that his U.S. military sources had "been monitoring signals from an alien group with which they were unfamiliar, and did their ET guests know anything about them? The ETs said no" [75] The documentary was released in 1974 as UFOs: Past, Present, and Future (narrated by Rod Serling) containing only a few seconds of the Holloman UFO footage, the remainder of the landing depicted with illustrations and re-enactments.

 

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