Ringmakers of Saturn: 2,000 mile long UFO photographed by NASA?
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Dr. Norman Bergrun, a former NASA research scientist published an astounding book Ringmakers of Saturn which revealed photos taken of Saturn’s rings from the Voyager I flight in 1980. Voyager I was sent to the rings of Saturn to investigate some strange anomalies that they had witnessed through their observations from Earth and NASA couldn’t believe what they found in the images that were sent back.
Bergrun who worked with NASA’s Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, California, has won prestigious awards which include the California Society of Professional Enigineers Archimedes Engineering Achievement Award. Aside from his involvement with NASA Bergrun also worked on high-profile, top-secret aerospace projects for Lockheed Martin.
Being privy to top-secret documents during his time there came at a cost, as Bergrun himself explained in a Project Camelot interview, "I had to sign my life away for thirty years." He also intimated that there was a limit to what he can say even now, and revealed that his life would be in serious danger should he say too much.
With exclusive access to the raw NASA photographs been sent back from Voyager I in 1980, Bergrun saw firsthand what the general public was not allowed to see, making him the first legitimate, verified member of the scientific community to discover cylindrical vehicles. Bergrun’s book exposed for the first time exactly what Voyager I saw, but unable to get it published in America he travelled to Scotland and finally got it published in Aberdeen, Scotland
One of the photographs in his book is of an artificially constructed object in the A-ring of Saturn that he calls an ‘electromagnetic vehicle’. It was an astounding 2000 miles long and over 450 miles in diameter, that is over twice the length of Great Britain! What kind of high-technology must it take to build an object of that size, and who could be responsible for such an impossible feat of engineering?
Dr. Bergrun said, "I don't know who built it but what I found out is these things inhabit Saturn, that's where I first discovered them. And they're proliferating, they're now in Uranus and Jupiter...wherever you see some rings now. I call it the ringmaker."
Describing what he could see in the anomalous Voyager I images, he explained "I could be looking down on the rings, I could see parallel lines crossing all of the rings at once - that's about as long as you can go. I could tell that those lines demarked the outside of an object."
He explained why what he was seeing was an electromagnetic vehicle, "I say that it is an electromagnetic vehicle because I can identify streamline patterns with respect to it that I knew were what we called 'potential lines' and that says it was electrical".
Bergrun thought it could be possible that these craft were actually making the rings, hence the book’s title, but other scholars have raised the possibility that they could be mining the precious metals and nutrients that make up the rings. Either way, what an incredible discovery, another one that appears to have been left out of the public domain. A reviewer commenting on Bergrun’s book wrote, “Saturn's rings are ‘not’ natural, but are some type of effluent from massively huge, cylindrical objects, themselves measured in terms of earth diameters!”
In his 1986 book, Bergrun published images of these immense objects for the very first time, thus verifying his claims as legitimate. The pictures he presents show 'immensely large, enormously powerful space vehicles located in the vicinity of Saturn and its moons' as his introduction explains.
'These photographic revelations are reinforced by, and are consistent with, scientific data extending over centuries as far back as Galileo. The pictures have been obtained by the author using simple, repeatable enhancement techniques applied to publicly available NASA photographs from Voyager 1 and 2 flybys of Saturn. Having been obtained by pre-scheduled flight programming, Voyager photographs are scientifically unique in that they are strictly impersonal.'
Whoever is responsible for these vast machines clearly has access to unimaginable technology which raises yet more questions surrounding the extraterrestrial hypothesis. Questions which for now will remain unanswered.