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Was John Lennon ‘UFO sighting’ recorded in rare drawing by The Beatles frontman?

Was John Lennon ‘UFO sighting’ recorded in rare drawing by The Beatles frontman?

In Lennon’s song, Nobody Told Me, he appears to refer to the incident with the lyric “There’s a UFO over New York and I ain’t too surprised”


Liverpool EchoJohn Lennon UFO sketch
Saucer: The drawing seems to detail New York alien encounter

A rare sketch said to have been drawn by John Lennon appears to record an alien encounter the former Beatle experienced in America.

Russ Kellett, is known for investigating the 1974 UFO Berwyn Mountains incident in North Wales, involving theories of an extraterrestrial craft crashing in the area.

A few months ago he bought the sketch, supposedly by Lennon, reports the Daily Post.

It seems to detail an encounter the musician had with a flying saucer in New York – the same year as the North Wales incident.

John Lennon
Lennon: The singer wrote about the alleged encounter in his song Nobody Told Me

Lennon, whose first wife Cynthia died earlier this year and once lived in Ruthin, was said to have made a number of drawings following the sighting.

He claimed he was standing on the balcony of his apartment on August 23 1974, with former girlfriend May Pang.

The pair claimed to have seen a flying saucer hovering silently over them.

In Lennon’s song Nobody Told Me he appears to refer to the incident with the lyric “There’s a UFO over New York and I ain’t too surprised.”

Mr Kellett, an avid collector of UFO material and a Beatles fan, said when he was the chance to acquire the sketch, he jumped at the opportunity.

He said: “A friend of mine told me it was becoming available from a private collector and I thought, this was a double dream for me.

“I am a massive collector of all things UFO and have a huge archive and am a collector of Beatles memorabilia.

“I have a leather jacket worn by John Lennon in 1969 up until 1974. So this was fantastic.

“It is one of a few he made he made of the incident.

“This one shows him on the balcony pointing into the sky at the object which says UFO on it.”

Former Beatle John Lennon
Beatle: May Pang and Lennon claimed to have seen a saucer hovering silently over them

However, Mr Kellett remained tight-lipped over how much he paid for the sketch and said it is stored away in a bank vault.

Mr Kellett has been researching the Berwyn Mountains mystery for years.

On January 23, 1974, local people reported hearing a huge bang, felt earth tremors and saw a brilliant light in the sky above the range.

Families in the villages of Llandderfel and Llandrillo were settling down to watch television when they heard an explosion and the ground shook.

Liverpool EchoRuss Kellett
Owner: UFO investigator Russ Kellett

The eruption measured 3.5 on the Richter scale.

As people ran from their homes fearing another tremor, they saw a blaze of light on the mountainside.

A nurse who believed an aircraft had crashed drove to the site said she saw a pulsating orange and red glow on the hillside and other lights.

Mr Kellett believes at least one extraterrestrial UFO may have crashed that night in the mountains.

Meanwhile others believe the unusual occurrence was nothing more than a coincidental combination of an earthquake, a meteor shower and poacher’s lights on the mountainside.

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New Zealand Now Recognizes All Animals As Sentient Beings.

New Zealand Now Recognizes All Animals As Sentient Beings.

New Zealand Now Recognizes ALL Animals As Sentient Beings!

June 3, 2015 by Sophie McAdam
A landmark decision by the Kiwis sets a precedent that other countries should follow.


New Zealand has just set a great example to the world by recognizing what animal lovers have known forever- that our furry friends are as sentient as we are, and (obviously, dur) they have feelings just like we do. It’s a theme we have covered time and again here at True Activist, but this landmark ruling by NZ is the first time this shift in perception and policy has been extended to all animals, not justchimpanzeesorangutans, or dolphins.

The Animal Welfare Amendment Bill, passed last month, aims to make it easier to prosecute people in animal cruelty cases, as well as banning animal testing and research, and making all hunting, capture or ill-treatment of any wild animal illegal.

Animal rights activists have celebrated the decision. “To say that animals are sentient is to state explicitly that they can experience both positive and negative emotions, including pain and distress,” said Dr Virginia Williams, chair of the National Animal Ethics Advisory Committee. “The explicitness is what is new and marks another step along the animal welfare journey.”

New Zealand Veterinary Association president Dr Steve Merchant said the bill greater clarity, transparency and enforceability of animal welfare laws, according to the country’s regional newspaper the Nelson Mail.

“Expectations on animal welfare have been rapidly changing, and practices that were once commonplace for pets and farm stock are no longer acceptable or tolerated,” he said. “The bill brings legislation in line with our nation’s changing attitude on the status of animals in society.”

You can read the entire Bill here. Let’s hope the rest of the world follows suit!

Read More: http://www.trueactivist.com/new-zealand-now-recognizes-all-animals-…

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