“Extraterrestrial Motherships” captured by a USAF scientist – Icestech

“Extraterrestrial Motherships” captured by a USAF scientist

A world-renowned scientist and former USAF engineer, using a telescope, photographed a 250 meter diameter UFO flying at a speed of 48,000 km/h

But this is just one of the huge UFOs, as many more have been recorded. According to Frederick Portigal, “this is absolute proof that aliens are already here” .

Frederick Portigal, a former US Air Force and Boeing engineer, captured UFO images and data with a hyperspectral imaging telescope.

Hyperspectral remote sensing, also known as imaging spectroscopy, is a technique studied by scientists to detect and identify minerals, terrestrial plants, and man-made materials and landscapes.

Portigal has a message for our world: “giant alien ships are entering Earth through dimensional portals”
According to the former Boeing chief engineer, aliens use wormhole penetration technology to move these plasma-like UFOs close to the Earth’s surface at a speed of 30,000 miles per hour.

Frederick’s technical report can be viewed here

Telescopic images from Portigal captured the stunning sights of plasma-like objects flying at inconceivable speeds near the Petroglyph National Monument near Albuquerque, New Mexico.

His telescope was in Sandia Heights with a field of view of about 15 miles. According to Frederick, this is absolute proof that aliens are here.

“It’s probably evidence of a mining operation, but who knows what’s in the cargo that materializes and passes through the wormholes after each plasma passes.”

Portigal added another note regarding the alien spacecraft, “they are traveling through wormholes, and the other possibility is a gap between parallel universes.”

It is unnecessary to inform the reader of the implications of what Mr. Portigal is raising here. Is he trying to mislead the public…or is it time to reconsider what whistleblowers have tried to express for decades?

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