Resonant Plasma Craft in the Skies Above La Maná, Ecuador
Brightly Shining Plasma Ships Above the Sacred Mountain of La Maná, Ecuador
by Alex Putney for Human-Resonance.org
January 23, 2012
The misty skies above La Maná, Ecuador are well-known for the frequent presence of brightly shining objects above the low, forested mountaintops. Every few days we have sightings of plasma ships glowing over the low mountains, hovering in a wobbly, unstable motion that has been well-documented by other photographers, and specifically filmed in clear daylight conditions by contactee Eduard Meier of Switzerland.
The latest plasma ship sighting here in La Maná occurred on January 21 from approximately 6:40-7:20pm, and was witnessed by myself and two friends. We were able to capture very high-quality images that revealed fine details not visible to the eye alone. When I first spotted the bright object hovering below the low clouds cover, only about 1.5 miles south of our location, I called my friends to the window.
The first photograph (taken at 1/2 second exposure) shows a bright white, round glowing object in motion, surrounded by a brilliant aura of red and orange plasma (above). After a few minutes of watching the erratic, bobbing movements of the plasma craft, I decided to interact with the ship using a low-intensity red laser pen. Such tiny lasers are no threat to these plasma ships, but can be used as a targeting system and therefore certainly does get thier attention.
Only a few seconds after shining the laser pen directly at the plasma ship, it gradually dimmed down, at which point another photograph was taken (above), revealing more of the ship itself. One can clearly see the perfect circular shape of the object jurking about, and another inner circle that forms an iris-like apperture in the center of the object.
The plasma ships above La Maná are taking advantage of the enhanced ionization effects present at this location - due to La Maná's geoposition in reference to the Great Pyramid of Giza, Egypt, precisely 30.0% of the Earth's mean circumference (of 24,892 miles). This 3/10 shows the Fibonacci relationship of the sacred sites, which exactly corresponds to focal points of infrasound standing waves.
Various other amateur photographs and videos of these plasma ships have also shown this type of luminous patterning that I have shown to be a resonant effect of the multi-frequency driving of the vehicles, which is often registered as an eerie, low-frequency humm by many eyewitnesses. The nonlinear distribution pattern defined by the quantum iterated function [ zn+1 = zn2 ] (after P. Bourke) is presented below as a glowing plasma cloak surrounding the discs:
Ancient Sanskrit writings concerning this type of circular antigravitic spacecraft, called vimana, describe the transdimensional capabilities of plasma ships, including their ability to instantaneously disappear from sight. Of course, modern photographers have used IR cameras to reveal the fact that these objects are only shifting their emmitted light into the infrared range, beyond the visible spectrum of light perceived by human beings on Earth today.
The following series of photographs were shot shortly after those above, displaying the varying intensity and color of the radiant plasma field surrounding the rapidly bobbing vessel. Notice the appearance of a small blue glowing point to the upper-right of the vessel, which may reveal the presence of an unmanned plasma disc probe being remotely controlled by the plasma ship:
These photographs document the exact same phenomenon observed in all parts of the globe, in an increasing pattern of activity that engages our curiousity and thirst for knowledge of the mysterious - of hyperdimensional realities.
The visible presence of these elusive objects in our skies heralds the resurgence of infrasound resonance on Earth, marked by the Maya Calendar conclusion date of December 21, 2012, after which point the visual perception of terrestrial humanity may significantly broaden to include the infrared and ultraviolet spectra.
Copyright 2012-2015 Alexander Putney