And as mentioned in previous articles, -we do not know if "lights in the sky" and solid, metallic objects are two very different phenomena, or whether in fact the same phenomenon is observed under different physical stages. One can for example speculate that these objects are surrounded by ionized gas (plasma) as part of the propulsion (?) and what appears to be lights in the sky, in reality are solid, metallic objects surrounded by ionized air (plasma)?
In some cases, it seems to be a gradual transition from solid objects, to "plasma lights."
From witness statements in Hessdalen:
("... It was surrounded with red smoke", "... the metal had its own" glow "", "... a slightly reddish, glow above", "... you could sort of make out a dark mass in the middle ", etc.)
Other cases indicate that these are two different things: If the "plasma lights" is a kind of unknown natural phenomenon (related to the geophysical conditions in Hessdalen?) it is tempting to speculate whether Hessdalen is selected as the venue for testing of exotic technology ("anti-gravity" aircrafts, etc. .) precisely because of the presence of unknown natural phenomena which can serve as an alibi, cover and camouflage. Or is the "plasma lights" artificial manufactured technology being tested - eg. electromagnetic weapons?
In that case, one can speculate that the solid objects with silvery, metallic hulls, etc., are supervising the technology and manages / controls it?
The latter hypothesis, I have not elaborated further in the past, and can probably seem far fetched to many readers. But through Hessdalen - and through research done by Project Hessdalen we know that the UFO phenomenon is real (not the result of fraud, hallucinations, misinterpretations, etc.), and we also know that the crafts in Hessdalen maneuver in a way that suggests a kind of field propulsion , - in other words a form of manipulation of electromagnetism.
If the technology for electromagnetic propulsion exist (which many observations made in Hessdalen indicates), and it is "our" government behind it (or the power behind the power), it is very natural to assume that the same technology can be used as weapons.
-Take a look at this nice little threat from the Russian politician Vladimir Zhirinovsky:
(2, 15 out of the clip)
[...Vladimir Zhirinovsky is Vice-Chairman of the Russian State Duma and leader of the Liberal Democratic Party of Russia (LDPR), the first officially sanctioned opposition party after the fall of communism. The LDPR has deep links with the former KGB and Communist Party and has become a significant force in Russian politics, despite Zhirinovsky himself being branded as a militant neo-fascist....]
From the clip:
"...New weapons, that noone knows about them yet. With them WE WILL DESTROY any part of the planet within 15 minutes. Not an explosion, not a ray burst, not some kind of a laser, not alightning, no, but a quiet and peaceful weapon.Whole continents will be put to sleep forever. And thats all!
Regarding Zhirinovskys connection with the former KGB and the Communist Party, there is reason to take the statements seriously.
...But what exactly are we looking at here?
- An alcoholic political clown serving statements about "new weapons" from thin air, or a well experienced politician - knowing Russian military power – who has a slip of the tounge?
Or does Joseph P. Farrel have a point with his hypothesis about that this is a "message being sent" from Russia?
(Joseph P. Farrels comment)
What Zhirinovskys actually says can be interpreted as that Russia caused Japan-tsunami, and / or that Russia will not hesitate to use the same weapons at the next opportunity!
Zhirinovsky is a Russian politician, but the technology (if real?) is probably widespread and many nations (or the elites who controls them) are probably in possession of this or similar technology.
A possible third world war is unlikely to be fought with bullets and gunpowder.