A recent discovery has sent ripples through the ufology community as semi-transparent unidentified flying objects (UFOs) were spotted over California, eerily reminiscent of a well-known historical event. Details of this finding, dated March 30, 2022, were shared by Scott C. Waring, a researcher in extraterrestrial phenomena, who utilized Google Earth to unveil these mysterious anomalies.
According to Mr. Waring, the UFOs he identified are semi-transparent, suggesting a cloaking mechanism. However, they were captured by a satellite and have now become visible. The enigmatic objects are situated above the outskirts of Los Angeles and are moving in a linear formation, reminiscent of maneuvers performed by US Air Force fighter jet pilots. This flight configuration harkens back to a similar sighting in 1942, the famed "Battle of Los Angeles." During that event, a fleet of oval metallic objects had flown over Los Angeles, prompting an armed response due to fears of a Japanese attack in the midst of World War II.
Mr. Waring also underscores that during the 1942 Battle of Los Angeles, authorities had opened fire on the flying objects, yet they remained undamaged. The recently identified UFOs by the researcher are of the same type, measuring approximately 50 meters in diameter as per measurements using Google Earth's ruler tool. Their blurry and transparent appearance sets them apart, and they fly at low altitudes over the area, seemingly scanning homes and residents.
Mr. Waring's analysis raises significant questions about the existence of UFOs and their potential involvement in observation activities. While these findings have generated considerable interest, the scientific community and authorities remain skeptical about the origin and exact nature of these phenomena. Nevertheless, Mr. Waring's new revelations provide an opportunity to contemplate the possibility of extraterrestrial presence and its potential connection to historical events such as the Battle of Los Angeles.