Interesting UFO/UAP Encounter on Feb. 21 / Also I will be on F2B tonight

By | February 23, 2021

Hi Everyone, 

First, I want to let you know that I will be appearing (again!) on Jimmy Church’s show Fade2Black this evening, so you can catch up live on his site, but if you miss, I will find the Youtube link for you. 

One thing we will be discussing is this recent encounter:

Airliner Encountered Unidentified Fast-Moving Cylindrical Object Over New Mexico (thedrive.com)

You can listen to the pilot’s recording in that article, which is available by an MP3 download link. Very, very interesting. A cylindrical object moving FAST over the commercial airliner. This was in New Mexico, so there is always a question of military testing, but if so, that would be a highly unusual and unorthodox thing. In general, it seems reminiscent of some of the encounters described by members of the USS Roosevelt off the eastern US coast in 2014-2015. 

It should be added that at this point we know very very little about all of this. But it appears to be legit, and is certainly (another) interesting UFO encounter by a commercial airliner.

Okay, glad I mentioned this. You can hear me tonight on F2B starting at 10:30 p.m. Eastern Time! And again, if you miss it, I will find it for you on Youtube (assuming it will be posted there). 

Richard

 

 

15 thoughts on “Interesting UFO/UAP Encounter on Feb. 21 / Also I will be on F2B tonight

  1. AvatarMary Louise Schiavone

    Hi, Richard.
    FYI- I’m trying to listen to Fade to Black live, on YouTube and on the bunker cam on his website, on 2 devices. The feed cuts off every time during the opening when Reagan says “alien threat”. I hope others are getting the show.

    BTW – enjoyed you at CLE.

    Mary Louise

  2. Bob LeveyBob Levey

    So funny listening to you and Jimmy talk about Jazz. He was talking about Mingus not Monk!!! My father was Stan Levey the legendary Bop Drummer with the original Diz and Bird Bebop Band before Max Roach. He played on thousands of recordings, TV, Movies etc. Dad lived with Bird and Miles and was the protector of them, as he was a professional boxer and my grandfather owned 16 fighters in North Philly, a few of them of note.
    I was brought up playing and listened. LoL, had a feeling you were a jazz guy from your speech cadence. Love Bill too! All the bands were great but my favorite was with Marty Morrell and Eddie Gomez.
    Anyway I’m really digging being a member here.
    Blessings

  3. Bob LeveyBob Levey

    So funny listening to you and Jimmy talk about Jazz. He was talking about Mingus not Monk!!! My father was Stan Levey the legendary Bop Drummer with the original Diz and Bird Bebop Band before Max Roach. He played on thousands of recordings, TV, Movies etc. Dad lived with Bird and Miles and was the protector of them, as he was a professional boxer and my grandfather owned 16 fighters in North Philly, a few of them of note.
    I was brought up playing and listened. LoL, had a feeling you were a jazz guy from your speech cadence. Love Bill too! All the bands were great but my favorite was with Marty Morrell and Eddie Gomez.
    You were talking about Wynton Kelly or Red Garland.
    Anyway I’m really digging being a member here.
    Blessings

    1. Richard DolanRichard Dolan Post author

      Wow!! Amazing to hear that, Bob. Your dad was an amazing man, and I am sure you are, too. And yes, I truly love jazz. I am not a musician (well, I don’t embarrass myself on the harmonica!) but I really appreciate the greatness of jazz, and especially the musicians of the 50s. If I had a chance to talk about Charlie Parker, I could have gone on just as much as about Miles, Coltrane, or Evans. I love them all. Glad to have you here.

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      1. Bob LeveyBob Levey

        LoL, I had to straighten Jimmy our on a few of his facts.. I have some pretty wild stories of Bird from my Old Man..
        Just ordered your new book and will be diggin in deep!
        Cheers!!!
        bl

  4. AvataritsmeRitaC

    I listened for about an hour and a half last night! I actually enjoyed the jazz discussion. But i must comment on something you said. 🙂 It was the first time i heard anyone say it. You said that it costs ET a lot of money to get here and hang around for so long. It was along those lines. Anyway, i got a laugh out of it! Although it was getting late and i couldn’t tell if you were just throwing that in for humor or not. But i took it that way.

    1. AvataritsmeRitaC

      I have to say that i just heard the last hour in the background while trying to get work done, but i had to keep rewinding because i really wanted to hear something and ended up stopping what i was doing to just finish listening. It was engaging and i would say refreshing. Beginning with that super bowl ET theme which i had no awareness of……………………all the way to the sharing of moving moments with paintings. I agree completely with what you two were talking about.

    2. Richard DolanRichard Dolan Post author

      yes, for whatever “money” they have. What I meant is that for them to be here is a commitment, an investment. And that always “costs” something. For the scope of their activity here, I would say that their investment is substantial, and that therefore they have “spent” a lot of “money” on this enterprise.

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      1. AvatarPressToDigitate

        It seems to be an *enormous* enterprise, an investment which an Alien civilization (or remnants thereof) would only make for *existential* reasons, if their own very survival were at stake. We’re not dealing with a few “Missionaries” or “Zoologists Tagging Wildlife” here. Don’t you ever wonder why we hear *nothing* about Their Homeworld? Its almost completely absent throughout the canon of Ufology, across 80 years of collected encounters, interaction and inter-species communications. Perhaps They have chosen to Replace Us because its Gone – and They have nowhere else to go, and cannot fathom (or are unwilling to consider) “peaceful coexistence” on this World.

  5. AvatarTomTort

    This interview with Jimmy Church was well worth the time and I am pleased to hear the number of topics discussed.
    I appreciate your thoughts on the state of the educational system, but I would like you elaborate on what is considered a good college education. I like your ideas on the quality of publications today and how they compare with the past. You have offered a worth while amount of topics to contemplate which I find rare. There are very few discussions on the air waves that go as deep in open discussion as you have provided. I find it enjoyable when you speak your mind without sensorship.
    I recall my college days affording me to participate, quite frequently, in open discussion as you have done on this interview with Jimmy Church. I was one of the lucky people to get a good, well rounded education offering me the opportunity to learn how to think. I admit legitimate thought is an up hill battle, but I at least give it my best.
    One final thought, I am not happy with the quality of publications, the mediocre professors in our universities, the inferior education offered and the people today who are degreed but not “educated.”

    1. Richard DolanRichard Dolan Post author

      Thank you, Tom. I will try to elaborate on that in the future. I am saddened to consider the plight of so much of what was once the liberal arts. After all, that has always been my life.

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