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Founded in 1991, our society consists of a
team of active reporters and field investigators who
factually gather, study and disseminate evidence relating to Earth Mysteries, (e.g. Ley Lines, Terrestrial Energies and Ancient Site Anomalies), Strange Aerial Happenings, (e.g. Unidentified Flying Objects or UFOs), and The Paranormal, (e.g. Spirit and Psychic Phenomena).

Shared with Enchanted LifePath TV Alternative News & Media LTD channel.

To all serious students of this subject,
please study this video very carefully and on full screen.

A pair of 'balloon-like' UFOs have been captured hovering in the skies over Liverpool; but as you will see upon close inspection, they are NOT balloons and neither are they drones!

Captured using a mobile phone camera zoom, the bizarre flying objects appeared to be moving parallel to one another.

They were spotted cruising above Halewood at around 4pm on Saturday afternoon and filmed by Enchanted LifePath Tv Alternative News & Media .

And, so far, there has been no explanation for the phenomena.

An Enchanted LifePath TV Spokesman said: “I was looking out of the window and I could see an object, I thought it was a balloon but then I could see another one next to it they were flying in tandem”.

“I grabbed my camera and jumped out of the window to get the footage”

Despite investigators with the website analyzing the footage, they could not determine exactly what the objects were.

One of the UFOs captured on video 191116
A close up of one of the 19/11/16 Liverpool unidentified's

They looked into whether the UFOs could have been drones but concluded that the objects did not appear to be the popular Quadcopter gadgets.

One YouTube viewer said: “There is no way they are drones, you just caught two UFO’s”.

And another added: “Nice catch mate whatever they are”.

BEAMS verdict: the examiner will surely realize as we do, that the greater majority of these dark aerial objects being seen over Liverpool and London are NOT ballloons... that is simply an excuse being fostered by the aviation authorities, (along with another of their favoirite old chestnuts - the drones scare), in a desperate attempt to obscure something far more disquieting from the public.

Text source: Mirror