Standing Waves Depicted on Vimana Drones in Kera, Japan
by Rob Morphy for Mysterious Universe
July 9, 2011
In a case that might have served as one of the inspirations for the Steven Spielberg, J.J. Abrams blockbuster Super 8, a group of Japanese kids had repeated run-ins with a small, silver UFO, which they managed to not only photograph, but actually capture for a brief time during the summer of 1972.
There is inexplicably little information to be found - in the western world anyway - regarding the strange series of events that began on August 25th, 1972, in the Kera area of Kochi City, which is the capital of Kochi Prefecture on the Shikoku island of Japan. On the afternoon in question a 13 year-old student named Michio Seo was on his way home from middle-school when he allegedly caught site of an unbelievable metallic object hovering over a rice field.
The awestruck Seo watched the odd apparatus zip back and forth above the waterlogged paddy. The airborne object resembled a dull, silver hat with a flat bottom and a narrow lip. The curved dome atop the lip was relatively steep and level at the apex. Seo would later compare the objects movements to that of a bat making hairpin turns in pursuit of its insect prey.
Seo's curiosity swiftly usurped his fear and he began to approach the miniature flying saucer, but before he could get too close the object allegedly shot a blinding beam toward the teen. Seo, not wishing to further provoke the UFO - or its possible occupants - quickly fled the scene.
As soon as young Seo got back to Kera he hurriedly rounded up four of his best friends - Hiroshi Mori, Yasuo Fujimoto, Katsuoka Kojima and a buddy known only as Yuji - and told them about his incredible encounter. His pals, skeptical, though intrigued, wasted no time in forming a makeshift posse to go out and find this miniature flying dome.
At approximately 7:00 pm. Seo, Mori, Fujimoto, Kojima and Yuji arrived at the rice field. The boys kept a steadfast vigil for the better part of an hour when, to the shock of everyone except Seo, the small object returned. The thrilled teens stared at the strange object that was hovering over the field approximately 60-feet from them. Then, as the sun dipped low over the horizon and dusk began to settle in, the device began to emit a pulsating multicolored light.
One of the young men, no doubt bolstered by the pressure of his peers, began to stalk the erratically floating UFO. As he neared the object it suddenly emitted an earsplitting "pop" and began to shimmer with a bluish hue. This was all the youngsters needed to send them sprinting back toward their homes.
Seo, Mori, Fujimoto, Kojima and Yuji would occasionally visit the field following their sighting and on September 4th - Just over a week after their initial run-in - their patience paid off. At about 9:30 pm. the five young men once again came face to face with the silvery object flying nearly 3-feet above the field. The little UFO started glowing and began to zoom toward the boys causing them to scatter and once again retreat with haste.
Once home, the boys reclaimed their courage and vowed to procure a camera and spend every waking moment they could staking out the field in hopes of finally capturing the unusual object on film. Their surveillance began the next evening, but the object did not return. The following night, however, would be a different story.
On September 6th the boys' vigilance paid off when on their way to the rice paddy they spied the object lying on the ground in the middle of the field before them. The teenagers, now armed with a camera, sagely decided to snap a photo before they approached the downed "craft."
Once the flashbulb went off the object on the ground began spinning and rapidly rose into the air. The unknown cameraman shot another photo just after its ascension.
This is where accounts get a little murky, but what seems to have happened next is that the object emitted a light that was even brighter than the flashbulb's burst, before once again plummeting to the ground. The still spinning object almost seemed to be burrowing into the dirt when it stopped moving.
At this point 14 year-old Hiroshi Mori cautiously moved toward the incapacitated flying saucer. The brave (or foolhardy) boy decided to bend over and lift the object up with his bare hands.
As he did so he claimed that he felt something "moving" inside. A photo of Miro holding the UFO was then taken.
The boys marveled at their peculiar prize before Miro wrapped it in a plastic bag and placed it in his backpack and took it home. Once there the boys warily measured the object and declared it to be nearly 8-inches wide and almost 4-inches in height. The now inert UFO was said to weigh about 3 lbs.
They also discovered a series of concentric curves, thirty-one small holes and three unique designs etched into the base of the object. The gang deemed that the etchings represented waves or clouds, a bird or some sort of "flying object," and something they interpreted to be a budding flower. There was no visible propulsion system.
Following their inspection, the boys repacked the object in plastic and brought their puzzling find to the home of Yasuo Fujimoto. Fujimoto's father, Mutsuo, was the current director of the Center for Science Education in the city of Kochi.
The senior Fujimoto gave the object a cursory examination, assuming that the find was of little significance. That would be a decision that he would come to regret. In his own words:
"The frequent nights out of the boys began to worry parents, I told my son if it was true what he said, to bring the object. He did: it was something like an ashtray, cast iron, but too light for this metal. (It) had a top down it was impossible to open and inside were pieces similar to a radio. I did not give more importance, but now I regret not having studied more closely."
Following Mr. Fujimoto's brief once over, the object was returned to Mori's backpack, but, much to the chagrin of all involved, it was discovered missing just a day later. This would not be the last time this mysterious object would be seen... or recovered for that matter.
Over the course of the next two weeks Seo, Mori, Fujimoto, Kojima and Yuji all claimed to have seen the same (or identical) objects in flight on at least six more occasions. Fujimoto himself saw it three times. The gang even managed to capture it a second time, but the object disappeared under mysterious circumstances yet again.
The boys - trying to predict when the object would next rear its proverbial head - deduced that the single unifying factor in all of their sightings was the fact that they never seemed to occur on rainy days. This, they surmised, was due to the fact that the object "feared" water. Bearing this in mind they formulated a plan to capture the device.
On September 19, the gang once again returned to the now notorious rice paddy to try and detain the mystifying UFO. This time the boys were armed with a bucket of runoff water and some tattered rags. As luck would have it they found the device sitting motionless on the ground.
The group hurriedly covered the object with rags and poured the water in the bucket over it. They then turned the object over and started to fill the perforations at the base with the remainder of the greenish water. As soon as the liquid entered the device it began emitting a deafening noise that they compared to a cicada-like buzzing. The interior of the object also started to glow.
The youngsters were abruptly struck with the notion that the object might try to retaliate to this perceived attacked and started to back away from the stationary UFO, pelting it with stones. The once flying object remained earthbound and the gang reclaimed their potentially extraterrestrial quarry.
Once back at Katsuoka Kojima's house, the young men looked through the tiny holes and noticed what appeared to be a plethora or miniature mechanisms, Levers and weird drawings.
The intrepid youths then took more pictures and attempted to open the device by inserting a wire into one of the holes and manipulating it.
Eventually they hung the device upside down by the wire, Gravity pulled at the top of the dome resulting in a slight separation between the top and bottom sections of the object. The boys could see what they referred to as "complicated electronic equipment" inside the item as well as unidentified a viscous material. Could this have been the liquefied remains of the pilot, who - much like Oz's Wicked Witch - melted on contact with the water?
The boys then attempted (with a dubious sense of scientific integrity, no doubt) to see how strong the exterior shell of the object was by pummeling it with a hammer. They discovered that even the thinnest parts of the light metal remained unblemished no matter how hard they hit it. This seems to be a fairly common trait of materials recovered at alleged UFO crash sites.
At this point the boys decided to try yet another experiment by putting the UFO in the oven to see what kind of temperatures it could withstand, but before they got the chance Kojima's mother, Aiko Katsuoka, wisely put the kibosh on that. She also refused to allow them to store it in her refrigerator, which the boys believed might prevent the UFO from escaping yet again.
The gang then came to the conclusion that the device was likely some kind of "remotely controlled" surveillance mechanism of unknown origin. It was then that they decided it was time to reveal their cherished mystery mechanism to their classmates the following week, but before putting it away for the night they wrapped in additional rags under the naïve impression that it would prevent the thing from leaking any "atomic radiation."
The object was then given to Seo and Mori for safekeeping while the rest returned home for dinner and chores. The young watchmen, feeling that the object was secure in the room with them, relaxed for an evening of comic book consumption and the anticipation of the notoriety that would greet them and their cohorts the following Monday at school when they revealed their wondrous contraption.
When the rest of the group returned later that evening to check on their discovery, they were all dismayed to discover that beneath the pile of rags there was nothing to be found. After a fruitless search, the boys reached the inescapable conclusion that their mini-saucer has once again flown the coop, so to speak.
A few hours later Kojima and Mori were playing ball at Mori's house. Kojima lunged over the fence pursuing the ball and much to his surprise and delight stumbled across the still immobile UFO. Kojima and Mori swiftly absconded back into the house with the recovered saucer.
At his juncture the comrades shrewdly decided that they should mark the silver dome with paint lest it pull another disappearing act. This would be to confirm that they were actually encountering the same UFO over and over again, rather than disparate (though indistinguishable) machines. The boys had lost and found the object so many times by this point they naturally assumed that if it vanished it would again turn up near the rice field or in one of their backyards.
On the evening of September 22nd, the crew gathered together of a bike ride into Kochi City. It was decided that they would all take turns carrying the device, which they no longer left unattended.
To further prevent its escape Mori determined that the UFO would be sealed in a plastic bag full of water, which they continued to hypothesize, had some sort of restraining effect on the apparatus. As if that weren't enough, the boys tied a piece of string from the knot on the bag to the wrist of whomever was carrying it to insure that nothing would happen this time.
The knotted bag containing the UFO was then placed in duffle bag and inserted into the bicycle basket of the first carrier, and the gang set off. The bag switched from rider to rider as they tore through the city until it ended up in the basket of its last caretaker, whose name was not revealed.
The gang continued their journey until they neared a local bicycle repair shop. At that moment, the final rider claimed he felt his wrist - which was attached by string to the bag - wrench with immense force. He immediately called out to his friends, who skidded to a halt ahead of him.
The boys instantly opened the satchel and untied the string and the knots on the plastic bag, but when they looked inside they found that, even though the knots had not been tampered with, the tiny UFO was nowhere to be found. The boys would never see the object again, much to their disappointment...
This fascinating series of UFO encounters reads like a fantasy novel, yet the astounding photographs and and testimony of scientists confirms the authenticity of the object and unusual associated events as described. Colorized and retouched photographs are included here to illustrate the appearance of the UFO hovering in flight (top), as well as a close-up of the engraved base of the object (above), with an intricate set of 13 concentric circles, 1 square with 31 holes and various enigmatic symbols.
While two of the central symbols appeared to the witnesses to be "a bird or some sort of "flying object," and something they interpreted to be a budding flower", the other symbol consisted of a "series of concentric curves... [that] represented waves or clouds". In fact, this same pattern is known from the sacred tablets of the Hopi culture of Arizona, and is also very often misinterpreted as representing clouds.
The concentric waveforms are actually depicting nonlinear stading waves, the means of antgravity propulsion employed by the craft itself. The latest findings of acoustics engineers studying the potent consciousness effects of the ancient Hopi kivas have revealed these recessed, stone-lined chambers to resonate with the human baritone voice, like many of the chambered megalithic mounds in England, Ireland and Scotland, generating standing waves within the resonant chamber.
Physicists at Czech tech University in Prague have mathematically modelled the nonlinear structure of standing waves in cylindrical acoustic resonators, revealing a network of concentric waveforms that closely matches the symbol on the base of the Kera probe, as well as the symbols on the Hopi tablets:
These same standing wave patterns are deipicted on many ancient monumental standing stone circles, including Gobekli Tepe, Turkey and Gavrinis in Brittany, and also appear on gold artifacts from the ancient Celtic culture of England.
The antigravitic propulsion used by these advanced, solid-state levitating objects is based on the same technology underlying the design function of the Orion pyramids of Giza, Egypt, which consist of piezoelectric crystalline stones that transduce terrestrial infrasound into a specific vortical alignment, expressed mathematically as [ zn+1 = zn2 ].
The localized nature of the schoolboys' encounters with the small plasma probe suggest that the object was a surveillance craft remote-controlled from a nearby underground base that is carefully geopositioned to make use of the resonant field of infrasound standing waves converging at that location.
Kera, Japan (33.55°N 133.62°E) is 5,754 miles from Giza, or 23.1% of the Earth's mean circumference (of 24,892 miles). This resonant distance closely corresponds to a whole percent number, relecting a pattern commonly observed in the relative geopositions of piezoelectric pyramids, temples, megalithic circles and other ancient sacred sites.
This deep acoustic resonance is also responsible for the active volcanism of the region during erratic spates of solar flare activity, and contributes to the megaquakes that have been, and will continue to be, experienced in this area during the ongoing process of magnetic polar reversal that will culminate in the dramatic events of December 22, 2012.