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UFO activity does not follow random patterns but tends to follow cycles that are linked to the solar wind events and to the alignments of the four inner planets, with some connection to the orbits of Jupiter and Saturn. There is no evidence that sunspot or interplanetary magnetic field cycles cause an agitation of mankind or mass hysteria which then leads to an increase of UFO sightings. Nor does the data about planetary alignments indicate that valid UFO sightings are caused by the planets being mistaken for alien ships. Quite the contrary most UFO highs occur during periods of minimum solar activity, and many times the increase in reports about UFOs take place when FEWER planets (not more) are visible.
The IMF (Interplanetary Magnetic Field) data can be used to predict which days are likely to contain little or no UFO activity. The prediction can be further refined by including data about the present interplanetary solar wind velocity and density. Since the interplanetary wind plasma environment is so highly linked to UFO activity here on Earth, we can infer that most glow-craft (UFO) activity originates from interplanetary travel.
The fact that UFO activity rises sharply during periods when certain planets are in alignment or in specific configurations, allows us to state with a fair amount of certainty to which planets the UFO traffic is connected. The Moon is also linked to the UFO traffic here on Earth because of the light it adds to the night skies. When these facts are combined with the IMF data we also gain insight into the nature of the technology of the UFOs and perhaps the thought processes of the entities who pilot them.
By using all the data described in the report we should be able to make a UFO Activity Index that would predict UFO behavior accurately approximately 70% to 90% of the time.
Purpose Of Report
My website has dealt mainly with the subject of UFO bunkers (bases). It has always aimed toward any technical aspects about the UFOs that might lead to the discovery of how they fly, who pilots them, and where their bunkers are located. This includes a systematic search into UFO routines, routes, bases, and periods of operation and how such data may correlate with other physical and natural factors. In keeping with this mission statement, I investigated several natural phenomena as sunspot cycles, magnetic storms, and planetary positions to see if these might in any way connect to UFO flaps. While I quickly determined that sunspot activity was connected to lows and highs of UFO activity, it took me another seven months to flesh out the natural phenomena and physical parameters that were acting as catalysts or inhibitors in relation to UFO activity and sighting levels.
This paper is but a preliminary report concerning a subject that needs considerably more investigation. Further study and evaluation is necessary, and a great deal of refinement will no doubt take place. Most of the conclusions reached in this paper are based on data plots of the magnitude of the interplanetary magnetic field, the solar wind velocity, solar wind density, and the planetary positions of the four inner planets. Long range calculations for UFO activity also include the sunspot cycle and solar activity cycle. The phase and appearance of the Moon and how this impacts UFO activity is also considered. However, the Moon does not affect interplanetary travel, but affects UFO activity from the standpoint of lighting (UFOs tend to prefer darkness for reasons we will discuss later). Nevertheless, other parameters and forms of energy partition such as protons, electron fluence, or the X-Ray Flux values of the interplanetary region may also provide further refinement of UFO activity calculations. As yet I have not found any connections, but I have not spent much time investigating these areas.
What I discovered in my search forced me to both reevaluate and significantly alter my own views and theories surrounding the ET / UFO enigma. As some readers may know, I began my search with the belief that most UFO activity originated from hidden bases here on earth. But after completing my studies it became plain to me that whoever the entities are in control of the glow-craft; the main ship-activity is coming from sources connected to distant locations in our solar system at the very least.
Sources For Interplanetary Data
The data used in this report was gathered from several sources on the Internet. The B(nT) interplanetary magnetic magnitude data was taken from plots generated at
[The WIND MFI Daily Key Parameter Interface], using the GSE (Geocentric Solar Ecliptic) coordinate system. This website belongs to the solar wind monitoring NASA spacecraft WIND. Plots from the GSM (Geocentric Solar Magnetospheric) system were consulted from time to time, but in the main the GSE plots were used. The homepage for this site is at
and provides as good a place as any to begin your investigations in this area. The solar wind velocity and density data was gathered from readings that are continuously taken by the SoHO spacecraft and posted at
[Solar Terrestial Activity Report]; this site is maintained by Jan Alvestad. This is also where I found most of the data and charts dealing with geomagnetic data (Planetary A Index), the sunspot number, and solar flux. It is also a great site for a solar / geomagnetic weather forecast. For plotting planetary positions I used the rather handy program called Homeplanet, version 3, which is freeware downloaded from a site maintained by John Walker (he has many other neat things there too)
Other websites that offer much information along these lines can be found on the Internet, but a good place to begin your search is at the NOAA site at
The new ACE spacecraft is providing all kinds of interplanetary data and pages accessed from the above site and has 'up to date' plots of different aspects of the heliosphere and magnetosphere.
WARNING: it is not my place or intent to describe in depth about the space environment and planetary system. If you would like to learn more about this subject, try the SEC Primer on the Solar Space Environment accessed at
or try the Space Physics Text Book of Oulu at
Sources for UFO sighting data
The UFO sighting cycles used in this report were gathered from several websites that offer sighting information freely. Since the WIND spacecraft supplied the information that first grabbed my attention, I was most interested in the years 1995 through 1997. As it turned out The National UFO Reporting Center at http://www.nwlink.com/~ufocntr has posted data for 1995 and parts of 1996 on their website. I also used reporting data from the New Mexico site located at
None of the above people or groups has in any way linked their personal authority or names to the cause of my own UFO research.
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