Did two men receive an alien code?

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There has never been a more crucial search for evidence of alien life than to receive a message from another planet.

The presence of messages from our cosmic neighbors in the Universe has been a topic of speculation for millennia; from mystic structures, ancient texts, and rock art, to massive etchings on Earth’s surface. The symbolism behind the symbols has often baffled researchers. For the first time in history, alien communication has been deciphered. There has never been a more crucial search for evidence of alien life than to receive a message from another planet. There are reports of people who have seen UFOs and even ETs, the ultimate key to unlocking the mysteries of the universe would be to communicate with them. Out of all such communications, one stands out. What makes the Rendlesham forest incident different from other UFO cases is, it involves a landed UFO that was touched, not just lights in the sky. Did two men receive an alien code?

December 26th, 1980 around 3:00 am. With the Cold War at its peak, the world was on edge with the odds of a nuclear war between the USSR and the United States at an all-time high. Royal Air Force (RAF) Bentwaters, just outside of the Rendlesham forest in the UK, served as a staging area for US forces stationed for a counterstrike when the radar lost track of an unknown flying object (UFO). Soldiers on duty spotted unidentified lights in the forest and the radar indicated it could possibly be a downed aircraft. Two U.S. soldiers who witnessed these unidentified lights were Airman First Class John Burroughs and Staff Sergeant Jim Penniston.

After quickly forming a team, the group headed into the woods to conduct an investigation. After driving into the forest, they did not find a downed aircraft. According to Airman First Class Burroughs and Staff Sergeant Penniston, there was an abnormal feeling in the air similar to electricity and they immediately knew something was not right. Above the trees, the men saw a triangular-shaped craft descending onto the ground. Around the object, the air was further intensely charged with electricity, “Dancing on our skin and clothing.” A strange craft (UFO) defying logic was immediately noted in SGT Penniston’s notebook. The object was almost six feet tall and nine feet wide adorned with mysterious symbols etched along its sides. The men approach the object and SGT Penniston was close enough to touch it. SGT Penniston ran his hand along the UFO touching the symbols and describes it as, “Initially feeling smooth, then feeling like sandpaper on each symbol.”



At that moment, his life changed forever. Among all the glyphs, SGT Penniston decided to touch the largest one. After touching the symbol, he saw an explosion of white light and was blinded by flashing 1s and 0s and the 1s and 0s appeared in his mind’s eye. Terrified, SGT Penniston removed his hand from the huge symbol and the visions stopped. The UFO began to move a little and it was gone in an instant into the night sky. The time on the two men’s synchronized watches differed by almost 45 minutes after the incident, which was most unexpected.

After the incident, SGT Penniston could not sleep. Still experiencing the 1s and 0s flashing in his mind, he pulled out his notebook to look at the original glyphs and started writing down the 1s and 0s. He kept the 16 pages a secret for fear of sounding insane. The realization came over 30+ years later when he reunited with Airman First Class Burroughs that he may have something important from that day in the forest, a binary code. The digital world is built on binary and if we wanted to send a message out to space, the binary code is the Universal language. The deciphering of binary codes would be the easiest for any intelligent race to achieve in the Universe.

In 2012, pages of SGT Penniston’s notebook were sent to an Expert Binary Code Analyst named Nick Ciske to be decoded. Ciske was hired to examine the first six pages and determine whether or not they were meaningful. Skeptically, he did not expect to find anything valuable. After typing the codes into his computer and running them through his translator, he was stunned to discover a message sending a chill down his spine. The message also contained the latitude and longitude coordinates for a location on Earth.

The message read:


52 09 42. 532 N

13 13 12. 69 W



The latitude and longitude, when plotted on a map, point to an island once known as Hy-Brasil, dubbed Celtic Atlantis due to its proximity to the coast of Ireland. Some believe Hy-Brasil was a lost land and a technologically advanced civilization said to have had golden towers, and majestic domes. The island literally vanished from the map in the late 1800s. Additionally, continued analysis of the pages uncovered other coordinates from around the globe which include, Southwest USA, Sedona, Central America, South America, Greece, Egypt, and China. All coordinates are pointing to the origin of Alien ancestors on planet Earth.

In closing, SGT Penniston could conceivably change humanity if he received alien communication and decoded it. This binary code is often regarded as a smoking gun that could blow open not just the Rendlesham forest incident, but also the entire history of the UFO phenomenon. Who sent the message to the human race? SGT Penniston believes the craft he saw was us from the future. Time travelers.


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