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Feds Say Child Porn Shuttered 7 Solar Cameras: Really???

Matters have taken an interesting turn in last month’s sudden shutdown of the solar observatory in remote Sunspot, Arizona. Evidently, the story caused a big enough stir to warrant an official explanation a month after the mysterious events of September 6, 2018.


As described in my article, “FBI Blinds 7 Solar Observatories – Why?”, the FBI appeared with no warning at the National Solar Observatory (NSO) in Sunspot, New Mexico. The site overlooks both Holloman Air Force Base and the Army’s White Sands Missile Range — both noted for their wide-ranging military research and development programs.

The incident in Sunspot was unusual because the FBI evacuated not only the observatory but the small town’s post office. A military helicopter was dispatched to help resolve the “security issue” important enough to shutter the sun-facing camera facility.

Then, the facility managers stepped in with an answer, albeit a noninformative one. Shari Lifson stated for the record:

“The Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy who manages the facility is addressing a security issue at this time. We have decided to vacate the facility at this time as a precautionary measure. It was our decision to evacuate the facility.”

Benny House, the local Otero County Sheriff, reported from the scene:
“There was a Blackhawk helicopter, a bunch of people around antennas and work crews on towers but nobody would tell us anything.”

To recap, an FBI task force showed up in force and out of nowhere at a remote U.S. solar observatory, even allocating a helicopter for aerial patrol and cover, to forcibly shut it down with no real reason provided other than a “security issue.” No wonder tongues began to wag.

For one thing, multiple solar observatories shuttered down at the same time the NSO in Sunspot, Arizona, was being evacuated. Six other sun-facing and space-viewing cameras went offline in an amazing coincidence:

1. AXIS 2320 Network Dome Camera in Sydney, Australia
2. SOAR Observatory in Chile
3. BRT Tenerife Telescope in Spain
4. Mauna Kea Observatory in Hilo, Hawaii
5. Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope in Hawaii
6. JAT Observatory in Fairless Hills, Pennsylvania

Pending an official explanation for the Sunspot NSO closure, conspiracy theories ranged from a Chinese hack to hijack top-secret data about nearby military installations, a massive solar flare-up with impending, disastrous electromagnetic pulse (EMP), or a massive UFO near the sun captured on video.

Facilities operator AURA cited “an investigation of possible criminal activity on the mountain” as cause to evacuate every single soul from the facility and post office.

This criminal investigation involves an NSO janitor “suspected of using the facility’s wireless internet service to send and receive child pornography.”

The janitor had approached law enforcement to report he had discovered “a laptop running in several empty offices over the last few months.” It was the janitor who said what he found on the laptop was “not good” and seemed to be child pornography. Now, it appears the janitor is the prime suspect in this case because:

“The search warrant states the feds then monitored all the IP addresses and found the exact time child porn was being sent out, which then matched only the janitor”

The FBI has produced a warrant issued in July before searching a child protection database which revealed a data trail back to an IP address at the Sunspot NSO.

The FBI seized the janitor’s laptop and he then became agitated. He “feverishly started looking through the facility,” made comments about “lax security at the facility,” said “only a matter of time before the facility got hit,” and “believed there was a serial killer in the area” who might compromise the NSO’s security systems and inflict harm there.

After a 10-day lockdown in Sunspot, the NSO reopened. Observatory Director James McAteer issued a reassuring statement:

“There’s no panic. We’re ready to get started so we can start doing great science again.”

Using child pornography as the official reason for taking down seven solar imaging systems at the same time is ingenious, especially if that part of the story is true. Perhaps there really is a sexual predator stalking the Sunspot community? But did the FBI use an open investigation and warrant as a convenient cover story to discourage any further dialog?

Once the FBI linked the federal facility closures to the distasteful matter of child exploitation, you can bet the story will be dropped like a hot potato.

The biggest problem with the official federal child porn story is that it doesn’t explain why so many other sun-facing cameras were switched off at the same time as the Sunspot NSO. Some analysts believe the official explanation falls short of the mark.

There is, however, one extremely “far out” theory does explain why the United States federal government would send the FBI to evacuate and lock down an entire solar observatory and neighboring post office.

As I reported previously, images of huge craft (UFO) near the sun have made the rounds on social media and international tabloids.

Yesterday (October 6, 2018), the British Daily Star ran this bold headline, along with video footage “captured in September 2017, but only shared on October 1,” 2018:

“‘NASA is lying’ HUGE ‘alien spacecraft’ spotted on ISS live feed sparks frenzy”

The NASA live streaming video feed clip shows a grey, aircraft-shaped object either floating above Earth or resting on the ground – in which case, this object would have to be of enormous size.

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On September 27, 2018 – three weeks after the seven solar camera feeds were taken offline simultaneously – UFO researcher Scott C. Waring published NASA ISS live stream which he claimed showed a bright UFO outside the International Space Station. This is by no means the first such report.

As I wrote before, “It would make sense that the People in Charge who have been covering up the reality of UFOs for over 70 years wouldn’t want that upsetting revelation to escape into the public domain. NASA denies everything, of course.”

Recent headlines proclaim that all other explanations have been “debunked.” Is this what the fed really wants? Are they denying, discrediting, and distracting attention away from the actual truth?

Whatever the real reason, it is improbable we will hear any more about the darkened solar observatories and what was so dangerous to “security” that a coordinated network shutdown and boots-on-the-ground evacuation were required to deal with it.

If you think anyone who believes that UFOs must be crazy, read my new eBook UNKNOWN OBJECTS – The Top Ten U.S. UFO Cases to find out why this is your unshaken belief – even without having done any research into the subject.


4 Comments
  1. Post Author

    A YouTube video, don’t recall which, announced that Nibiru/Planet X.? Would be seen crossing the sun. Interesting to say the least….

  2. Post Author

    Do these events have anything to do with the announcement and launch of satellite at the very same time, to fly directly into the sun for scientific testing? https://phys.org/news/2018-08-space-probe-plunge-fiery-corona.html

  3. Post Author

    Oh what utter nonsense! UFO’s?? Yes there ARE things “the government” is hiding, but it’s not UFOs. I’ve a suspicion a lot of people will be wasting precious hours of their short lives buying into this silliness.

  4. Post Author

    What?

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