This intriguing video was probably smuggled out of the Russian Federal Space Agency by someone who wanted the truth out there.
NASA would never have released such a video but, as we’ve all come to know, Russia has always been straightforward about the UFO phenomenon. A large number of cases take place in Russia and researchers routinely report them.
The video in question was shot by Russian cosmonauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS). In the lower right of the screen we can see the Progress Cargo Ship slowly approaching the station when an unusual shape becomes visible.
As the strange object draws closer, it becomes obvious that it wasn’t made by man. We’ve never built any craft of that particular shape. It does however resemble the infamous Black Knight Satellite.
Concerned researchers have suspected the existence of an alien satellite orbiting Earth since 1954, three years before the launch of the first man made satellite, Sputnik 1. In fact, observations suggested not one, but two of these watchers were orbiting high above. By 1960, even the United States Department of Defense had recognized this presence.
During humanity’s first orbital flights, the Black Knight made its appearance and was allegedly seen by Gordon Cooper on the last day of his mission. Reports continued sporadically throughout the next decade, until Scottish astronomer and writer Duncan Lunan brought it back into attention.
He decoded an extraterrestrial signal that allegedly came from the Black Knight and translated it into a star map. The map pointed to a star in the constellation Boötes, but the constellation was depicted as it would have looked 13,000 years ago. Therefore, the extraterrestrial satellite must have been orbiting our planet for the past thirteen millennia. The prospect of having been monitored that long is a bit disturbing, to say the least.
If half the rumors about the extraterrestrial space probe are true, and the object in the video is indeed the Black Knight, we might be in a tight spot. Word around the UFO community is that this satellite is a watcher tasked with monitoring our technological level. With humanity’s increased presence outside our atmosphere, the Black Knight could communicate that to its makers and draw them here. Even worse, it could take action on its own.
One thing is certain—seeing it floating slowly towards the ISS is a sign that of its interest.
On the other hand, this could be a very unusual incident involving space junk.
You decide, here’s the video: