On Jan. 28, a light appeared over Jerusalem. Apparently guided by some form of intelligence, the light hovered high above the Dome of the Rock, an ancient Islamic shrine.
The footage then shows the light drop and seemingly hover just above the shrine. After a few moments, and a brief flash of a strobe, the light took off, disappearing into the night sky.
Videos have surfaced of the event and have since gone viral on YouTube. The news headlines read: "Holy Smoke - UFO in Jerusalem," "Dome of the Rock Jerusalem light all proof UFO fans need that aliens exist" and "Credible? Jerusalem UFO footage captured from multiple viewpoints."
Some of the media sources are skeptical, while others (unsurprisingly) are very quick to pull the alien card.
It's easy to jump to the conclusion that just because there are a handful of videos from different perspectives, that it must be real. Indeed, a common complaint aired by skeptics is that UFO videos are often shaky and one of a kind. For example: why would there be only one video of a UFO over a populated city?
In this case, the skeptics should be silenced; these videos appear to be from different parts to the city, shot by different people (apparently of different nationalities), of exactly the same event.
Alas, the footage might be a little too good to be true.This is not an analysis. It is simply unsubstantiated opinion, but that's to be expected from a MSM outlet like Discover. The MSM and its hack mouthpieces are obviously going into high gear to try to debunk these Jerusalem videos, but so far I have seen nothing that even comes close to succeeding. To read the rest of this drivel, click here.