Project Blue Beam: Fake UFO Video Linked To Conspiracy Theory On Holographic Second Coming Of Jesus
Alien hunters busted a fake video showing a UFO coming down from a plasma beam.
The Sun reported that a viral video taken in Arizona, Texas, has sparked debates among UFO fans on whether the clip did show an actual extraterrestrial flying through a wormhole from the sky. While alien fanatics believe it was an ET spaceship lurking through a plasma beam from another dimension, others believe that it was just a fake CGI video that was trying to mislead people.
UFO hoax busters posted their verdicts on Twitter and Youtube, warning people not to take this as a mystery for too long. "Yes, it's a fake CGI. There are previous sharings about the same video being fake," said Scott Brando of ufoofinterest.com.
"Sorry 100 per cent fake," wrote Veder Georgiev on YouTube. "Just see the clouds. They don't become brighter after the lighting/plasma. Just seen a video of normal lighting and see the clouds near them. FAKE."
While these UFO fans seem to be skeptical, the editor of website ufosightingsdaily.com Scott C. Waring believes otherwise.
"In this video, we see a bright light shooting upward into the clouds from a UFO disk dark cloud," Waring assumed. "Arizona is a famous hotspot for UFOs and alien bases, so its nice to get this substantial evidence of their existence in that area. This is an alien ship, shooting off through the clouds, leaving earth."
Express UK added that others have even speculated that this plasma beam phenomenon may be part of the top-secret Project Blue Beam -- where conspiracy theorists believe that the U.S. government plans to have NASA develop. The said project aims to create a hologram technology that will deceive people of the Second Coming of Jesus.
A hologram will reportedly appear in the sky that will make people believe it is the real Jesus Christ. This event is said to be the beginning of an Antichrist religion that will form a New World Order.