Daily Mail UK Runs Fake Sky Apparition Story | The Coming UFO Hoax | Are you ready ?

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The Aliens Are Coming, The Aliens Are Coming!

On March 4, 2017 the Daily Mail, an online UK news site, featured a story about an alleged event in Zambia Africa that apparently featured a sky apparition of a “Harry Potter” styled “Dementor”, in the words of the Daily Mail article author Fionn Hargreaves For Mailonline.

The article titled “Zambian shoppers run in terror when strange ‘Harry Potter Dementor’ figure appears in clouds” touts the notion of a strange appearance of a sky apparition over a shopping center in Africa with 3 sub-bullets that said:

  • The giant humanoid shape was spotted above Mukuba Mall in Kitwe
  • Apparition is thought to have been more than 100 metres (330ft) long
  • Some locals ran away in fear as they thought it was a manifestation of God

It seems that even the mailonline is guilty of Fake News just like their buddies over at CNN (Clearly Not News)…

Whether you believe it or not, the powers that should not be are pushing a wild agenda to make us all believe in Aliens and UFOs from other worlds and Galaxies. The truth is that all that nonsense is nothing more than Demons masquerading as ETs from other worlds.

Don’t think the evil ones in charge are trying to fool you? OK then, read on…


So many people think the “Aliens” are real and so many Main Stream Media outlets are now pushing the story as if they somehow verified it to be real. Let alone the farce known as the “Disclosure Project” which is being promoted by the huckster Steven Greer is fooling so many people. It is actually rather scary how many people are falling for this farce…

16938951_2046305625429175_9063606875242876006_nSo now I see that yesterday 3/4/2017 an “Apparition” appeared in the sky in Zambia Africa over a shopping center. At first I was thinking that this was most likely another possible Project Blue Beam test like the one in China (Mysterious City Appears In Sky Above China).

The first place I had come across this was on YouTube, it came up on the Kev Baker Show from Kev Baker who was commenting on it while reading the article from the DailyMail.uk which was published by them on the subject. I found that part out because I googled it after he mentioned Daily Mail. I found the actual article, the link is here (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4281314/Human-shaped-cloud-appears-Zambian-shopping-centre.html) and the Kev Baker video is below:



Now I wanted to be sure this was not some Fake News Story so my first inclination was to see if the MSM was carrying it, then follow other leads I might find. FaceBook User Post Sharing the Daily Mail Image Of the Fake Apparition over Zambia.jpgWhile I searched it out, I was also browsing FaceBook and sure enough I happened upon a post that was talking about the same image as well. Now at first I was intrigued, so I looked through a few more FaceBook groups to see if anyone else was talking about this incident and I came across a post talking about a new False Flag being planned and it was featuring this same image. The post was showing a page on a web server whose address was only an IP address with the page address displayed so I typed it out to see If I could pull up the article in the images (The page address is http://82.221.129.208/baaasepagec4.html)

The images show the picture but the article at the address in the first picture does not. The web Site apparently belongs to a freelance journalist named Jim Stone. On his page he explained that he had removed the images as he could only find two of them and has declared this a possible hoax.

The Daily Mail thought you would believe it though. Seems Kev Baker bought the story too… Well sort of anyway. Check out these screen prints from their article:


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Turns out he was correct, because if you examine the comment section of the Daily Mail article you can see a commentor explaining that this is kite and not an apparition…Article Comments.jpgSo sure enough if you google that phrase “ghost man kite”, this is what you find…

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The image can be found right here. (https://www.pinterest.com/pin/341429215470807914/).

Yep you guessed it, the Daily Mail reported a hoax as if it were a real event related to possible UFOs or some other paranormal event. Are we really even surprised that a Main Stream Media news outlet would do such a thing anymore?

Yes folks, the push is on to fool the public into believing that signs in the sky are telling us that ET is trying to contact us.

The fake ET hoax is going to be used to try to prove that Jesus is not real and that we all were wrong about our past and the Bible is just another book of myths and legends…

Don’t you believe it folks!

If you are not yet right with God and have not accepted Jesus as your personal Lord and Savior, I want to encourage you to call out to him right now and ask him into your hearts people. It is not hard to get saved. All you have to do is believe that Jesus Christ died for your sins on the cross, that he is real and still alive in heaven. Then all you have to do is freely accept his gift of eternal life. That is all, of course you then will want to start living for Christ and stop sinning. It is a process and it will take a while as it is a journey, a Spiritual Journey, but you will not be alone.

Once you surrender your life to Jesus he will be with you always, walking along side you the whole way. He loves us all and he came to Earth and gave his life so that we could all be saved. The only ET that is coming back to this world to reclaim his creation is Jesus Christ. Not some Alien greys or some other hideous creatures that you will be told are your progenitors. God made us all through Jesus Christ at the beginning of time and Earth and space.

The Bible even tells us why God sent Jesus Christ to Earth. Read John 3:16-17 here:

John 3:16-17 King James Version (KJV)
16 For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.

17 For God sent not his Son into the world to condemn the world; but that the world through him might be saved.

I urge you to take action and save your soul. Please take that step today:

Next seek out a good local church pastor (ask Christians you know who is a good Pastor to speak to) and start reading your Bible. Start in the Book of John then keep going from there.

God bless you and I hope to see you in the sky friends…

RedPillRedPill signing off…

One thought on “Daily Mail UK Runs Fake Sky Apparition Story | The Coming UFO Hoax | Are you ready ?

  1. Are all religious people that incorrigible?

    Guess what…Oh, wait. You aren’t capable of objective, rational thought. Never mnd

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