Since the dawn of humanity’s atomic age and the detonation of the first nuclear bomb, UFO’s have been present around the worlds most sensitive nuclear sites. It can even be said that since Trinity, the first nuclear bomb test, UFO sightings had increased dramatically, beginning with the infamous Roswell UFO crash. Reports from high ranking Air Force personnel have indicated that these unidentified craft have become so bold as to even display their ability to deactivate and neutralize missile sites not only in the United States but the UK, France and Russia as well. This is not new information to today’s modern UFO enthusiasts but it has become a bit of a surprise to many who have just recently began to focus on the UFO phenomenon in light of the recent main stream news coverage.
Discussions are abound across social media regarding the multitude of reasons why UFO’s have shown such an interest in these sites. Some speculate that the “nonhuman intelligence” is showing grave concern regarding the environmental impact our limited practical knowledge of nuclear understanding has demonstrated. From Three Mile Island, Chernobyl and Fukushima, humanity has shown that it has not quite mastered the needed life safety and environmental protection measures to wield such great, concentrated power.
Or perhaps the UFO’s themselves are utilizing radioactive materials for their own purposes and gathering resources from either man-made facilities, naturally occurring isotopes or even concentrations of specific radioactive waste from our own disasters.
Going back to Project Blue Book, there were numerous UFO sightings that were directly associated with high levels of atomic radiation. Late summer of 1950, a group of scientists conducted an experiment in a mountainous area where UFO’s were repeatedly being witnessed. They were described as blue/white spherical objects and were seen individually as well as in groups of 3 flying in a triangle formation. To begin, they set up geiger tubes inside an abandoned building at the mountain’s peak in a pattern that would allow them to detect the source of any abnormal radioactivity. The equipment would run 24/7 and the instruments would be checked every few days.
Early in that December, about ten o’clock in the morning, sources reported sightings of a silvery, circular-shaped object near the instrument shack. The UFO was seen by several people. When the instruments in the shack were checked, they found that several of the Geiger tubes had been triggered at 10:17 A.M. The registered radiation increase was about 100 times greater than the normal background activity. Could some form of radioactivity be a byproduct of UFO propulsion?
Now let’s fast forward for a bit to today. The USS Nimitz “Tic Tac” encounter has brought a much wider view to the Santa Catalina Island and the fact that the waters around this area have been a UFO hotspot for over a century. On the show Expedition X (Season 3, Episode 7), Luis Elizondo joined the team for a dive off of the northern part of Catalina island, where a large electromagnetic anomaly was detected.
Lue Elizondo stated that the had reports that UAP activity has been related to these magnetic anomalies. The area is shown in blue in the spectrographic image below.
When they dove down, they were unable to detect this anomaly until they approach a very deep rift in the ocean floor. The radioactivity was coming from that rift. They were already around 100 ft down and were running low on oxygen so they were unable to dive any deeper. Luis took a test sample of the water from over the rift and they ascended back to the surface. At the very end of the show, almost as if they didn’t want to even mention it, they stated that the test of that water sample came back positive for a high concentration of a Cesium Isotope. They did not mention any specific isotope however they mentioned that this Cesium isotope has also been associated with other UFO landing sites around the world. It was this tidbit that prompted me to research this topic.
It has been a bit difficult to find UFO cases that specifically mention Cesium or its isotopes. Radioactivity yes, but not elementally specific. Here is one that I did find:
On 17 September 1989, there was an alleged UFO landing in Russia that became known as The Voronezh UFO Incident.
“A group of children had spotted a small ball in the park whilst playing (now Yuzhny Park), which quickly morphed into a disc, which landed near them. Witnesses then reported a “three-eyed alien” and a robot exiting the craft. The alien stared at a horrified onlooker, freezing them in their tracks, before departing and returning five minutes later to abduct a 16-year-old boy, using what was described as a 50 cm-long “pistol tube”.
Though the children were the only ones claiming to have witnessed the aliens, Lieutenant Sergei A. Matveyev of the Voronezh district police station claimed to have seen the craft. The Interior Ministry said they would dispatch troops to the area should the craft reappear.”
The Soviet Scientific Commission ordered an official inquiry into the alleged incident. The area was found to have an above-average presence of a radioactive isotope of cesium.
Let’s discuss Cesium, it’s isotopes and their known uses. Firstly, what is an isotope? Here is one definition:
Isotope: each of two or more forms of the same element that contain equal numbers of protons but different numbers of neutrons in their nuclei, and hence differ in relative atomic mass but not in chemical properties; in particular, a radioactive form of an element.
The element Cesium has an atomic number of 55 and it is the most electropositive and most alkaline element. Cesium reacts explosively with cold water, and reacts with ice at temperatures above -116°C. While Cesium is much less abundant then other alkali metals on Earth it is more abundant than iodine and uranium.
There are 39 known isotopes of Cesium, only TWO are stable and only ONE of those occurs naturally. Cesium 133 is the naturally occurring isotope that was first used to accurately keep the time measurement of the second and therefore maintains the accuracy of the Atomic Clock. Here are other known uses:
- To accurately measure distance in advanced GPS systems.
- It provides an accurate time reference for the detection of variations in pulsars.
- Used in experiments to accuratly test Grand Relativity.
The other stable isotope is radioactive Cesium 137 which is “man-made” only through the process of Nuclear Fission as a by-product of the nuclear fission of Uranium 235 which is used in Nuclear Reactors and Nuclear Bombs. It does however have modern known uses:
- Industrial instrumentation for moisture detection and soil density testing.
- Used as a radiation treatment for certain types of cancers.
- Calibration of radioactivity detection equipment.
- It has been used as an energy source in certain ion propulsion engines in satellites.
- And an element in the fuel for the SR71
In a recent interview with Lue Elizondo, Vinnie of The Disclosure Team asked him specifically regarding the Cesium Isotope sample found off of Catalina Island and Mr. Elizondo confirmed that there are collected, exotic, meta-materials that contain unusually high amounts of Cesium and interesting isotopes as part of their make-up but could not extrapolate more.
So now we have even more questions than answers. What are the UAP’s interest in Cesium and its isotopes? Are they simply concerned with our environmental disasters? Or are they actually utilizing these pockets of nuclear fallout of Cesium 137 for their own continued technological development? Could they themselves be conducting their own fission processes on planet Earth?