Leaked Video Shows UFO Flying Around Navy Ship Near San Diego

In a new, leaked video, what appears to be a UFO flies around a Navy ship off the coast of San Diego before suddenly disappearing after flying into the water. NBC’s Gadi Schwartz reports for TODAY.
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23 Comments on “Leaked Video Shows UFO Flying Around Navy Ship Near San Diego”

  1. This is all secret military technology.
    The nazi's had a functiining flying saucer in 1938.

    Do you actually think our military just let all their advanced technology dissappear?

    The question is, for what nefarious purpose have they decided to bring all this to light in the last couple of years?

  2. Gathering speed as it blew, submerging the mountains,
    Overtaking the people like a battle.
    No one can see his fellow,
    Nor can the people be recognized from heaven.
    The gods were frightened by The Deluge,
    And, shrinking back, they ascended to the heaven of Anu in their sky chambers.
    The gods cowered like dogs
    Crouched against the outer wall.
    Ishtar cried out like a woman in travail,
    The sweet-voiced mistress of the gods moans aloud:
    'The olden days are alas turned to clay!'

  3. I love how haters love to dismiss this idea of extraterrestrials. Just because there's no acknowledgment, doesn't mean it doesn't exist. People like myself are genuinely excited and somewhat uneasy but nonetheless, the next coming weeks will be truly exciting.

  4. ōphannīm אוֹפַנִּים; singular: ōphān, ofan אוֹפָן), alternatively spelled or ofanim and also called galgalim (galgallim "spheres", "wheels", "whirlwinds" גַּלְגַּלִּים; singular: galgal, גַּלְגַּל), refer to the wheels seen in Ezekiel's vision of the chariot (Hebrew merkabah) in Ezekiel 1:15–21. One of the Dead Sea scrolls (4Q405) construes them as angels; late sections of the Book of Enoch (61:10, 71:7) portray them as a class of celestial beings

  5. "It could be Russian or Chinese drones, a Top Secrete US project…" Ignorance is a blissful place inside a socially acceptable, neat and tidy, little box.

  6. WOW! Another fake video made with the first video camera that was ever invented. I am so impressed. And how amazing that the UFO's almost always appears in the USA close to the military. Are there actually still people around believing in this imaginary BS of UFO's? Wait, wait – don't answer that! Of course people believe in this BS – going to 2 million views. After all, we live in the age of stupid.

  7. Seriously, how can one still not believe that theres extraterrestial life out there.

    Just check the facts:
    There are about 6 billion ( earth like planets in the milky galaxy alone.

    We have discovered about 200 billion ( other galaxies in the observable universe.

    The unobservable universe is about 250 as big as the observable universe.

    Do the math * * 250

    Life is out there, it is everywhere.

  8. John 8:23-24 (KJV)  And he said unto them, Ye are from beneath; I am from above: ye are of this world; I am not of this world.
    I said therefore unto you, that ye shall die in your sins: for if ye believe not that I am he, ye shall die in your sins.

  9. Where can i watch this without a bunch of jackasses talking over the videos and drowning them out.

  10. Love how the military has like a 1 trillion dollar budget but still can’t buy a 720p camera

  11. It's an interesting thought experiment to take these reports at face value, or the implied face value, of these being craft created/programmed/controlled by intelligent, nonhuman beings. One finds some degree of anecdotal support for this idea reading through the articles on military "UFO" sightings dating back to the 1950s. Looking at our own current military capabilities and history, it's not hard to believe that if these are indeed otherworldly craft, if they desired to destroy us they wouldn't have a difficult time in doing so. The natural question that comes is – so why are they letting us see them?

    The most internally consistent and somewhat optimistic scenario that occurs to me is that the universe, and galaxy, are home to many sentient beings beyond ourselves, and that on reaching certain milestones the galactic community starts to make itself known to us. This not only helps to answer the Fermi paradox – such advanced civilizations would have little problem shielding themselves from us – but also explains why Roswell and most of the recorded sightings we have happened starting after the second World War. With atomic weapons we had gained the capacity to, theoretically, annihilate ourselves as a species for the first time – a capacity that's ultimately only grown since then. The behavior of the craft in many of these sightings – flying very near or towards military craft, using bright visible-spectrum lighting etc – is not that of beings that want to remain unseen. But neither do they stick around long enough to be observed. The overall effect is to make us aware that there are things beyond our understanding out there, without being too clear as to what they are.

    I've never doubted that there is other intelligent life in the universe, and maybe it's a fantasy to believe that they have benign, maybe even helpful intentions and regard for our lives. The most intelligent and sensible people I know are also generally the kindest, however, and kindness comes more easily once immediate needs are met, so maybe it's not a vain hope that hyperintelligent beings who have no physical need for our resources could be benign, at least benign enough to leave us to our own devices – at least as long as those devices don't interfere with them.

    I have to read in a note of caution to what seems to be an increasing willingness to make their presence known – could this be both a greeting and a warning? The spike in UFO sightings/reports since entering the nuclear age could certainly be read that way. I feel that we are in a delicate balance as a species, and there is certainly risk that we could destroy ourselves before reaching the next "level", whatever that may be. Could they also be keeping an eye on things that we could do that could potentially be a threat to them – say the development of a hostile, self-improving AI, which could threaten not only humans but other advanced life forms? I also wonder, if this is indeed a form of introduction/normalization, what might be the next "step" for introduction to the galactic community. Humans setting foot on another world? Manned/autonomously operating craft leaving our solar system?

    As I said, it's interesting to think about. I can only hope I live long enough to see the answers.

  12. Theory: what if they cloned the people abducted by them? If not, they are smart because the study is swift. Abducting for no reason doesn't make sense.

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