SIX More Unknown Alien Signals Picked Up From The Same Part Of Space


It was back in March 2016, when top scientists detected 10 powerful bursts of radio signals coming from the same location in space. And now researchers have just picked up six MORE of the signals, seemingly emanating from the same region, which is far beyond our Milky Way galaxy!  But as you can tell from the lack of interest in the news/media, the Elite are keeping pretty quiet about this potentially very important news.

These fast radio bursts (FRB) are some of the most elusive and explosive signals ever detected from space – which only last milliseconds, but in that short period of time, they generate as much energy as the Sun in an entire day. But despite how powerful they are, scientists still aren’t sure what causes them, however it has been suggested that this could be being caused by many advanced Alien Civilizations.

Advanced Alien Beings out there.

It was only until the detection of the 10 repeating signals back in March 2016, that it was thought that these bursts were only ever one-off events, coming from random locations around space. And without a discernible pattern to them, researchers were left stumped as to what could be causing them and the thought of it being ET’s that created this was immediately shrugged off!

The main reason that we are so in the dark about FRB isn’t that they’re that uncommon! In fact, researchers have estimated that there are around 2,000 of these FRBs firing across the Universe every single day – but that they are so incredibly short-lived that we struggle to detect them.

It was only until back in 2007 that we first discovered FRB, and it wasn’t until earlier this year that leading researchers were quick enough to see one happening in real time. Usually we have to study the events long after the fact. Could it be that these signals are indeed created by advanced alien beings?

But now that we’ve detected 16 of the signals all coming from the same place, scientists might finally begin to narrow down options for what could be causing the powerful bursts and this could be a potential game changer!

The very first 10 radio bursts detected coming from this particular one region, were first identified in March this year (2016), but they actually occurred in May and June 2015!  Not only were these the first FRB ever detected outside our galaxy – the rest all appeared to originate in the Milky Way – but they also created a repeating pattern of signals unlike anything we’d seen before, almost like they were some kind of ‘designed’ signalling coming from space!?

Something out there calling to us?

Six of these bursts were recorded arriving at the Arecibo radio telescope in Puerto Rico within just 10 minutes of each other, and then four more spread out signals were detected over the next month, all coming from the same place, leading to a lot of excitement from the researchers who had first picked them up.

When the team working on this looked back over the data, they also saw a FRB from 2012 that appeared to come from the same location, too, making a total of 11 FRB from the one spot, and indicating that there was something out there beyond the Milky Way that was regularly producing the extremely short and intense signals – potentially something which could change our whole understanding of life in the Universe.

Now a team of leading researchers from McGill University in Canada has found six more of the mysterious signals coming from the same spot, which has become known as FRB 121102, after the first FRB detected there.

“We report on radio and X-ray observations of the only known repeating fast radio burst source, FRB 121102,” the team wrote in The Astrophysical Journal.

“We have detected six additional radio bursts from this source: five with the Green Bank Telescope at 2 GHz, and one at 1.4 GHz with the Arecibo Observatory, for a total of 17 bursts from this source.”

The team can’t at this moment in time pinpoint the exact location of FRB 121102, however based on the specific way their lower frequencies are slowed, they can tell they came from a long way away, far beyond the Milky Way galaxy – And this gives us some incredibly important clues about what could be potentially causing these bizarre events.

Even more interesting, is that this latest find also completely contradicts the evidence we have on FRB coming from within our own galaxy, the Milky Way!

Currently, the leading hypothesis for the source of the Milky Way’s FRB is the cataclysmic collision of two neutron stars, which forms a black hole. The idea is that as this collision happens, huge amounts of short-lived radio energy are blasted out into space, but this theory is slowly but surely dying a short death, as this new find could confirm something else – because the repeating nature of these distant signals, all coming from the same place, suggest that can’t be the case, at least for these particular FRB.

Already, the cover up of what this could actually be has already started, with rpaid government researchers suggesting instead that these17 radio bursts detected from FRB 121102 could actually indicate that something less dramatic is going on, the most likely hypothesis at the moment for these outer-galactic FRB is that they’re coming from an exotic object such as a young neutron star, that’s rotating with enough power to regularly emit the extremely bright pulses – again like the last time strange signals were picked up from space, cover  up theories came out immediately about what could be causing these strange signals.

It could be that the two types of FRB don’t necessarily contradict each other – with a more likely prediction is that there’s more than one type of FRB out there, both with different origins.

This is supported by the fact that the repeating FRB 121102 radio burst signals appear to be wider than the one-off events detected coming from within the galaxy.

But without more evidence to go on, researchers still can’t say for sure what’s going on.

“Whether FRB 121102 is a unique object in the currently known sample of FRBs, or all FRBs are capable of repeating, its characterisation is extremely important to understanding fast extragalactic radio transients,” the team writes.


The race is now well and truly on to detect more of these FRB, either from within or outside of the Milky Way galaxy, and potentially try and nail down once and for all where they’re coming from and WHAT is actually causing them, opposed to all of the bullsh*t theories going around in order to try and cover up a potentially incredibly important piece of factual information reference Life in the Universe! These very strange events could also provide insight into the other mysteries happening within our Universe.

As always, the elite driven media always give some kind of scientific reason for any unknown things going on in space, trying to distract from what really could be going on! Lets be honest with ourselves people, the Elite are probably already more than aware of the ET presence surrounding planet earth, and this piece of potential evidence confirming that we are very much NOT alone in the Universe is one that they will try to cover up as much as they can.

Or perhaps this is a build up to Extraterrestrial Disclosure, building the masses up to accepting that we are very much NOT alone in the Universe and they now have the proof to confirm this – watch this ‘space’.

Lets not forget that Scientists have already confirmed that the ET’s live on the edge of our Galaxy –


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