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article imagePilots of 3 airline jets reported UFOs over UK's Scientology HQ

By JohnThomas Didymus     Jun 9, 2013 in Odd News
According to a report by the UK Airprox Board that monitors reports of air traffic safety violations, pilots on three separate passenger flights reported they saw two UFOs hovering above UK's Scientology headquarters in East Grinstead, West Sussex.
The pilots reported they spotted the UFOs as their planes approached Gatwick airport on December 30, 2012.
According to the report published last week by the Airprox Board, the pilots described the UFOs as "two flat silver discs."
Officials at air traffic control in Gatwick also said that six UFOs appeared on their radar before vanishing inexplicably.
The Daily Mail reports that pilots on a Boeing 777 flight first saw the UFOs about 100 ft below their jet over the Scientology HQ in West Sussex. They "raised alarm" at about 8:53 a.m. on December 30, 2012. According to the pilots, the UFOs were moving "slowly or stationary."
A few minutes later, pilots on a Boeing 767, also landing at Gatwick, reported seeing two silver discs or "saucer-like" objects about 1,000 ft above ground. An identical and final report came from pilots on an Airbus A319.
According to the Daily Mail, the Boeing 777 pilots described the objects as "toy-like."
Investigators were unable to say conclusively what the objects were, but speculated they might have been balloons or kites.
The sightings, close to the Scientology headquarters in the UK, will strike some as significant because the group reportedly believes that aliens inhabit human bodies.
The New York Daily News reports the sightings came a day after Scientologists, including the actor Tom Cruise, carved messages to aliens in an "alien cathedral" built in a northeastern New Mexico desert hill.
The Church of Scientology etched two massive interlinked circles on top of the desert hill in New Mexico as a sign to alien visitors, The Sun reports.
The signs were reportedly designed to guide "Clears (high-ranking Scientologists) returning from space" after the Earth has been destroyed in a nuclear apocalypse.
According to The Sun, former members say the group built a multi-million dollar H-bomb proof underground space alien cathedral in the desert hill in the 1980s. The cathedral has a vault which contains the lectures of the group's founder L. Ron Hubbard on gold discs. The discs are locked in titanium caskets sealed with argon inside the cathedral reportedly protected by three 5,000-pound stainless steel airlocks.
Chuck Beatty, a former Scientologist, said: "The whole purpose of putting these teachings in the vaults was so that in the event that everything gets wiped out, someone would be willing to locate them and they would still be there."
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