Perhaps the most famous example is the November 2004 encounter between US Navy pilots with tic-tac-toe-like flying objects, whose speed and maneuvering defied all known laws of physics. Even according to the Pentagon, their origin is unknown, but strange recordings are now invading again, writes one person. Bild.
US director Jeremy Corbell has now released a video as part of a documentary, which he claims was recorded one night in October 2018 above an Iraqi military base. A being with tentacles and tube-like appendages is seen hovering over the facility. This phenomenon is best compared to a jellyfish.
🚨 New UFO footage: “Jellyfish”
In 2018, the US military captured footage in Iraq over a sensitive facility. The object was classified as “UAP” by US intelligence.
Jeremy Corbell obtained and released this video. He met direct eyewitnesses who confirmed this… pic.twitter.com/Dv8tvm4fKq
– UAP James (@UAPJames) January 9, 2024
Not a spy balloon or a drone, but so what?
Physics professor Matthew Sedagis analyzed the video and told News Nation it was likely not a camera error or a smudge on the lens, and the analysis is said to have ruled out the possibility of a spy balloon.
The floating object travels through an important military facility based on the footage and finally crosses a body of water, where it descends and sinks underwater. After about seventeen minutes of observation time, the jellyfish-like object reappears from the water and at an unusual speed – outside the visual range of the monitoring system – Corbel reported this phenomenon.
The expert states that the flying object obstructs the target detection function of the surveillance camera. When it takes off into the sky, no jet engines or similar propulsion units can be observed.
This is not the first time that Corbel, a UFO expert, has published photos of unidentified flying objects allegedly leaked to him from military circles. Image of a spherical object over the Iraqi city of Mosul (Wash the orb) caused a huge uproar.
The Pentagon's UFO Research Agency AARO (Association of Americans Residing Overseas) He could not explain how the conductive orb, whose source was not fully known, was able to remain in the air.