UPDATE: ADDED 2/13/2023 at 8:11 PM
Ok  folks, this stuff is getting crazy.  Why suddenly are the finding these things in our skies, like on the regular?  I am not buying it.

This all too convenient.  It gives them all kinds of creative leeway to cover up what they are really doing, to invent justification for war, NAFTA, GREAT RESET, Agenda 2030,  to introduce our “Alien Saviors”, to cause fear and panic within the mases.  It is endless how they can use this for the furtherance of their Agenda.

Be watchful and mindful of what is going on.  Man, our atmosphere and stratosphere must be buzzing with activity 24/7.  It is probably more crowded up there than it is down here.  No wonder whatever or whoever is up there wants to break loose.

The Elite speak in a language we are not meant to understand or decipher.  There is a lot we don’t know about there symbols and numbers, but we are learning.  It is wise to familiarize yourself with their language.  It will help you form a better idea of what is happening around you and how they are manipulating everything and everyone.

Here is my latest update and what I was able to dig up quickly using the information they have provided. Hope it inspires you and gets you thinking.


UPDATE: ADDED 2/13/2023 at 8:11 PM

Second Chinese Spy Balloon Found

End of Update



Story by Beck Andrew Salgado and Hannah Kirby, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel • 5m ago
Just hours after airspace over Lake Michigan was closed, Madison-based military jets shot down an object over Lake Huron, officials said Sunday.

Wisconsin Air National Guard pilots in F-16 jets fly over Froedtert Hospital and Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, Tuesday, May 12, 2020, to salute health care workers and first responders on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic.

Wisconsin Air National Guard pilots in F-16 jets fly over Froedtert Hospital and Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, Tuesday, May 12, 2020, to salute health care workers and first responders on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic.© Rick Wood, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

It’s the third “object” shot down in as many days, following incidents in Alaska and Canada, and the fourth since the downing of a Chinese spy balloon off the coast of South Carolina Feb. 4.

The object was first detected by radar late Saturday afternoon about 70 miles north of the U.S. border in Canada, said Air Force Gen. Glen VanHerck, the commander of the North American Aerospace Defense Command and U.S. Northern Command. F-15 fighter jets were scrambled from Portland but were unable to locate it. It appeared again on radar Sunday near Wisconsin and was tracked across the state into the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.

Sunday afternoon airspace over parts of Door County, northern Lake Michigan and northern Michigan was closed temporarily for national defense purposes, according to The North American Aerospace Defense Command. The decision to close the airspace was made in conjunction with the Federal Aviation Administration and was lifted within an hour, shortly before 1 p.m.

Wow, that is so funny/strange.  I immediately knew that DOOR County was significant, but I see that is where the closed the airspace. So the Literally SHUT THE DOOR!  The entryway, the gate.

After the Lake Michigan airspace was reopened, the FAA and military closed airspace over Lake Huron to the east

The object had been flying at about 20,000 feet over Lake Huron in a path and altitude that raised concerns about it being a hazard to civilian aviation, according to Air Force Brig. Gen. Pat Ryder, the Pentagon press secretary.

Officials told the Associated Press that President Biden ordered the object shot down and that it was believed to be the same one tracked over Montana Saturday and monitored by the government beginning the night before.

Madison-based U.S. Air Force F-16 fighter jets downed the object on Sunday. “The location chosen for this shoot down afforded us the opportunity to avoid impact to people on the ground while improving chances for debris recovery,” according to a release from the U.S. Department of Defense.

The object landed in Lake Huron about 15 nautical miles from shore.

Related video: FAA lifts flight restriction over Lake Michigan (MSNBC)

  • Ex-FAA safety inspector explains scenarios for restricting US airspace

    CNN/CNNEx-FAA safety inspector explains scenarios for restricting US airspace
    2:33Military shoots down 'high-altitude object' over Lake Huron, U.S. officials say

The military has recalibrated its radar to account for the smaller objects and the heightened awareness also may account for the increased number of sightings, VanHerck said Sunday night. The last four incidents appear to be the first time in history U.S. warplanes have shot down aircraft over or near the United States, VanHerck said.

U.S. Rep. Jack Bergman, of Michigan, who first confirmed the air strike, called for more transparency surrounding the situation and others like it.

“The American people deserve far more answers than we have,” he said.

U.S. Rep. Elissa Slotkin, also from Michigan, commended the work of the military to bring the object down.

The object has been downed by pilots from the US Air Force and National Guard. Great work by all who carried out this mission both in the air and back at headquarters,” she said.

Slotkin went on to say “We’re all interested in exactly what this object was and its purpose.”

Wisconsin U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson said “maximum transparency on what they learn about these objects is essential.

“We need to preemptively take the necessary steps to keep our nation safe. Purchase of replacement Large Power Transformers is a must to protect the nation’s electrical grid,” he said.

Earlier in the day, NORAD said it closed the Lake Michigan space “to ensure the safety of air traffic in the area during NORAD operations. The temporary flight restriction has since been lifted.”

During the closure FlightRadar24, a live flight tracking website, tracked multiple Air Force planes, including a KC-1835T Stratotanker and an E-3B Sentry, flying over Lake Michigan.

Flights into, or out of, Milwaukee’s Mitchell International Airport were not affected by the airspace closing according to airport officials.

USA Today, the Associated Press and Hannah Kirby of the Journal Sentinel staff contributed to this report

This article originally appeared on Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Madison-based jets take down object over Lake Huron hours after airspace was closed over Lake Michigan


As you will see in the pic below, the object was reportedly shot down at DeadHorse, Alaska near Prudhoe Bay.

Seriously, these people speak in symbolism and numbers.  That is a fact.  NOTHING that is printed about these events is by accident.  Everything is a picture language to the Elite. 


Hear what pilots said about mysterious object shot down near Alaska


US military pilots say unidentified flying object shot down over Alaska had ‘no identifiable propulsion,’ interfered with their sensors: Report

The unidentified flying object shot down 10 miles off the coast of Alaska had “no identifiable propulsion” and interfered with the sensors of the U.S. military fighter jets that engaged the aircraft on Friday, according to a new report.

An unidentified object the size of a small car with a cylindrical shape, and flying at 40,000 feet off the coast of Alaska.

A senior military official said the object was initially detected by radar, and thenF-35 stealth fighterjetswere scrambled to investigate the UFO.

National Security Council coordinator for strategic communications John Kirby said fly-bys of the object happened on Thursday night and Friday morning,but both encounters provided “limited” information about the unidentified object.

Kirby noted that the object “did not appear to be self-maneuvering.”

After determining that the UFO was unmanned, the decision was made to shoot it down.


Pentagon press secretary Brig. Gen. Patrick Ryder said a U.S. fighter jet “successfully took down a high altitude airborne object off the northern coast of Alaska at 1:45 p.m. Eastern Standard Time today within U.S. sovereign airspace over U.S. territorial water.” Ryder said the object “posed a reasonable threat to the safety of civilian flight” because of its altitude.

Citing a source briefed on the intelligence, CNN reported, “Some pilots said the object ‘interfered with their sensors’ on the planes, but not all pilots reported experiencing that.”

“Some pilots also claimed to have seen no identifiable propulsion on the object, and could not explain how it was staying in the air, despite the object cruising at an altitude of 40,000 feet,” CNN reported. “The conflicting eyewitness accounts are partly why the Pentagon has been unable to fully explain what the object is, the source briefed on the matter said.”

OUR US military has developed flying craft that uses high tech propulsion not distinguishable.  These are not “aliens” from “outer space”.  If they were, then they are Fallen Angels who can change shape, which would account for the differing descriptions.

Kirby added, “We’re calling this an object because that’s the best description we have right now. We don’t know who owns it – whether it’s state-owned or corporate-owned or privately-owned, we just don’t know.”

On Saturday, a U.S. F-22 Raptor shot down a “high-altitude airborne object” in Canadian airspace.

U.S. fighter jets took off from Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson in Alaska to monitor the object as it crossed over into Canadian airspace, where Canadian CF-18 and CP-140 aircraft joined the formation. A U.S. F-22 Raptor took down the UFO with an AIM 9X missile.

The Pentagon said, “As Canadian authorities conduct recovery operations to help our countries learn more about the object, the Federal Bureau of Investigation will be working closely with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.”

On Feb. 4, a U.S. fighter shot down a purported Chinese spy balloon with an AIM 9X missile off the coast of South Carolina after it had flown across the United States.

On Nov. 14, 2004, former Navy pilot, Cmdr. Dave Fravor, said he witnessed an unidentified flying object about 46 feet long that looked like a Tic-Tac with seemingly no source of propulsion approximately 100 miles off the coast of San Diego, California.

Fravor told New York Magazine in 2019:

The thing that stood out to me the most was how erratic it was behaving. And what I mean by “erratic” is that its changes in altitude, air speed, and aspect were just unlike things that I’ve ever encountered before flying against other air targets. It was just behaving in ways that aren’t physically normal. That’s what caught my eye. Because, aircraft, whether they’re manned or unmanned, still have to obey the laws of physics. They have to have some source of lift, some source of propulsion. The Tic Tac was not doing that. It was going from like 50,000 feet to, you know, a hundred feet in like seconds, which is not possible.

Well, normally, you would see engines emitting a heat plume. This object was not doing that. The video shows a source of heat, but the normal signatures of an exhaust plume were not there. There was no sign of propulsion. You could not see the thing that the ATFLIR pod should pick up 100 percent of the time: the source of heat and exhaust that a normal object flying would give you.
Fravor served 24 years in the military, 18 of which he was a Navy pilot. He graduated from the TOPGUN naval flight program, was the commanding officer of the VFA-41 Black Aces, and had deployments in Iraq that began during Operation Desert Storm.

In June 2021, the U.S. Office of the Director of National Intelligence released its preliminary assessment on unidentified aerial phenomena. The U.S. government reported 144 incidents of UAPs spotted between November 2004 to March 2021. However, 143 UAPs remain unexplainable. The ODNI could only identify one UAP – which was determined to be a large, deflating balloon.


Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson (JBER), holds the distinction of being one of twelve joint bases that were created in BRAC 2005. The 673d ABW consists of four groups that operate and maintain the joint base for air sovereignty, combat training, force staging and throughput operations in support of worldwide contingencies.
Joint Base Elmendorf–Richardson is a United States military facility in Anchorage, the largest city in Alaska. It is an amalgamation of the United States Air Force’s Elmendorf Air Force Base and the United States Army’s Fort Richardson, which were merged in 2010.Wikipedia
Red: warrior or martyr, also military strength or magnanimity Blue: truth and loyalty Green: hope, joy, and loyalty in love Black: constancy Purple: royal majesty, sovereignty, and justice Orange: ambition Maroon: patient in battle and yet victorious There were also patterned backgrounds symbolic of animal fur.
Above Heraldry for Elmendorf.  Below for Richardson.  Check out the symbolism.   See the mermaid on one and what looks like a ship on the other? See the Bull?  Both show their Knighthood, and service to the CROWN.   Elmendorf has a mermaid on one crest and it looks like TERMINIS god of boundaries on the other.  Both are winged.



US fighter shot down object over northern Canada: prime minister

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau spoke with President Joe Biden about the object, and jets from both countries, operating as part of the North American Aerospace Defense Command, were scrambled.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks in Vancouver, British Columbia, Sunday, Jan. 22, 2023.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, shown in January, said Saturday that a U.S. fighter jet had shot down an object over Canada.   Associated Press

VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Saturday that on his order a U.S. fighter jet shot down an “unidentified object” flying high over the Yukon, acting a day after the U.S. took similar action over Alaska.

North American Aerospace Defense Command, the combined U.S.-Canada organization that provides shared defense of airspace over the two nations, detected the object flying at a high altitude Friday evening over Alaska, U.S. officials said. It crossed into Canadian airspace on Saturday.

Trudeau spoke with President Joe Biden, who also ordered the object to be shot down. Canadian and U.S. jets operating as part of NORAD were scrambled and it was a U.S. jet that shot down the object.

Canadian Defense Minister Anita Anand told a news conference in Ottawa that the object, flying at around 40,000 feet, was shot down about 100 miles from the Canada-U.S. border in the central Yukon. A recovery operation was underway involving the Canadian Armed Forces and the RCMP. The object was downed at 2:41 p.m. Chicago time.

The name Yukon comes from the Gwich’in word Yu-kun-ah meaning “great river” and is a reference to the Yukon River. Lying in the northwestern corner of Canada and isolated by rugged mountains, the Yukon borders Alaska to the west, British Columbia to the south and the Northwest Territories to the east.
Yukon, formerly Yukon Territory, territory of northwestern Canada, an area of rugged mountains and high plateaus. It is bounded by the Northwest Territories to the east, by British Columbia to the south, and by the U.S. state of Alaska to the west, and it extends northward above the Arctic Circle to the Beaufort Sea. The capital is Whitehorse.

By  Christina Pfeiffer
This rugged landscape of this vast and pristine destination is a place you could easily describe with superlatives without exaggerating. The Yukon is home to Canada’s highest peak, largest ice fields, the smallest desert and the western-most point in Canada. It has an incredible array of wildlife and grizzly bears, caribou, moose and other animals roam the land. The Arctic Circle passes through the Yukon, making it a great place to search for the northern lights.

Famous for the Klondike Gold Rush that brought hundreds of thousands of prospectors as well as the longest mammal migration in the world, the Yukon is a wonderous place. Interested to know more? These Yukon facts will delight and amaze you.

18- The Yukon’s coat of arms features a malamute The dog is standing on a snow mound above a shield, which has symbols that represent the Yukon River, gold and mountains. 19- The Yukon’s floral symbol is the fireweed One of the lesser-known facts about the Yukon is that the fireweed is the national flower and the heraldic symbol for fur: White bells on the blue circle.


This bell-shaped pattern represents the fur of an animal like a weasel called a ver or a vair, from the Latin word varus, that had to be imported from Russia and was often used for lining the cloaks of rich nobles. Vair was a symbol of great wealth. Unless otherwise stated, it is always colored blue and white and it is drawn in a sharp bell shape stacked in tiers on a shield.

Hours later, in the U.S., the Federal Aviation Administration said Saturday night it had closed some airspace in Montana to support Defense Department activities. NORAD later said the closure, which lasted a little more than an hour, came after it had detected “a radar anomaly” and sent fighter aircraft to investigate. The aircraft did not identify any object to correlate to the radar hits, NORAD said.

F-22 fighter jets have now taken out three objects in the airspace above the U.S. and Canada over seven days, a stunning development that is raising questions on just what, exactly, is hovering overhead and who has sent them.

The first object downed was believed to be a spy balloon from China.

Sunday, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said both of the other objects also were balloons, though smaller than the first, which was downed over the Atlantic Ocean last weekend.

Schumer, D-N.Y., told ABC’s “This Week” he was briefed Saturday night by the president’s national security adviser, Jake Sullivan, after the incident hours earlier over the Yukon. On Friday, an object roughly the size of a small car was downed over remote Alaska, according to the White House.

The U.S. government has said the first balloon was about the size of three school buses. It was shot down Feb. 4 off the South Carolina coast after it had traversed the United States. The Biden administration said it was used for surveillance. China claims it was on a meteorological research mission.

Schumer said teams were recovering debris from the objects and would work to determine where they came from. The ones downed on Friday and Saturday were smaller and flying at a lower altitudes of about 40,000 feet, within the airspace occupied by commercial flights, compared with about 60,000 feet for the first one.

“The bottom line is until a few months ago we didn’t know about these balloons,” Schumer said. “It is wild that we didn’t know. … Now they are learning a lot more. And the military and the intelligence are focused like a laser on first gathering and accumulating the information, then coming up with a comprehensive analysis.”

While Trudeau described the object Saturday as “unidentified,” Anand said it appeared to be “a small cylindrical object, smaller than the one that was downed off the coast of North Carolina.” A NORAD spokesman, Maj. Olivier Gallant, said the military had determined what it was but would not reveal details.

Anand refused to speculate whether the object shot down over Canada came from China.

“We are continuing to do the analysis on the object and we will make sure that analysis is thorough,” she said. “It would not be prudent for me to speculate on the origins of the object at this time.”

Anand said to her knowledge this was the first time NORAD had downed an object in Canadian airspace.

“The importance of this moment should not be underestimated,” she said. “We detected this object together and we defeated this object together.”

She was asked why a U.S. jet, and not a Canadian plane, shot the object down.

“As opposed to separating it out by country, I think what the important point is, these were NORAD capabilities, this was a NORAD mission and this was NORAD doing what it is supposed to do,” she said.

So, they are using this for multiple purposes: Alien Agenda, NORAD Hype, WAR mongering, and stirring up FEAR in the population.  

Anand didn’t use the word “balloon” to describe the object. But later, Gen. Wayne Eyre, chief of the defense staff, said the instructions given to the planes was “who ever had the first, best shot to take out the balloon had the go-ahead.”

Trudeau said Canadian forces would recover the wreckage for study. The Yukon is westernmost Canadian territory and the among the least populated part of Canada.

After the airspace closure over Montana, multiple members of Congress, including Montana Sens. Steve Daines and Jon Tester, said they were in touch with defense officials. Daines tweeted that he would “continue to demand answers on these invasions of US airspace.”

Officials couldn’t say if the object shown down over Alaska contained any surveillance equipment, where it came from or what purpose it had.

White House National Security Council spokesman John Kirby said it was shot down because it posed a “reasonable threat” to the safety of civilian flights, not because of any knowledge that it was engaged in surveillance.

According to U.S. Northern Command, recovery operations continued Saturday on sea ice near Deadhorse, Alaska.

In a statement, the Northern Command said there were no new details on what the object was. It said the Alaska Command and the Alaska National Guard, along with the FBI and local law enforcement, were conducting search and recovery.

“Arctic weather conditions, including wind chill, snow, and limited daylight, are a factor in this operation, and personnel will adjust recovery operations to maintain safety,” the statement said.

The first object was shot down Feb. 4 off the coast of South Carolina.

The large white balloon was part of a large surveillance program that China has been conducting for “several years,” the Pentagon has said. The U.S. has said Chinese balloons have flown over dozens of countries across five continents in recent years, and it learned more about the balloon program after closely monitoring the one shot down near South Carolina.

China responded that it reserved the right to “take further actions” and criticized the U.S. for “an obvious overreaction and a serious violation of international practice.”

The Navy continued survey and recovery activities on the ocean floor off South Carolina, and the Coast Guard was providing security. Additional debris was pulled out Friday, and additional operations will continue as weather permits, Northern Command said.