DID I SEE A UFO? by Jeff Wingo


I love to travel, and so a few weeks ago I jumped at an opportunity to meet up with some old friends in the southwestern part of the United States. On June 6, I landed in Albuquerque, New Mexico; it was a beautiful sunny day, with just enough clouds to color the deep blue sky.

On Friday morning June 8, we left Albuquerque and headed northwest on Hwy 550, our destination Chaco Canyon, a place of beauty and wonder, and a place filled with mystery and tragedy.

Because we were the only vehicle on the road for miles, I snapped a few pictures along the way. I wasn’t going very fast the road was so rough, and at certain places along the way it was like driving on a washboard. So, I was actually going quite slow, at times 20 mph, and at other times, 2-3 miles per hour. From the main highway the 21 mile trip to the Canyon took approximately 45 minutes to an hour.

When I snapped the pictures I didn’t notice anything in the sky, and it was only later that I realized my camera had captured something. Both pictures show several dark objects, and in my mind it was probably a bird. The strange thing is that you’d expect a bird to fly away, unless it was circling the area looking for a meal.

Take a look and see what you make of it. In the first photo there are several objects, and in the second photo the object in on the right hand side of the picture.

UFO on way to Chaco

UFO Chaco canyon

Maybe it was a bug on the windshield, or maybe it was just something else. More than that, I enjoyed my visit to Chaco Canyon, although in June the temperature in the High Desert of New Mexico can be extremely hot. The day I was there the temperature was in the high 90’s.


Nazca Lines of New MexicoFlying into Albuquerque I was amazed to see the Nazca Lines of New Mexico (just kidding of course)!!!  The next photo is of Pueblo Bonito as I was walking to the site.

Pueblo Bonito walk up

According to the National Park Service, “Pueblo Bonito is the most thoroughly investigated and celebrated cultural site in Chaco Canyon. Planned and constructed in stages between AD 850 to AD 1150 by ancestral Puebloan peoples, this was the center of the Chacoan world.”

Of course, the Ancient Alien crowd would like you to believe that ancient humans could not have done this on their own, or, they had help from “star gods,” ancient aliens from somewhere in the cosmos. Everything I see here, and from all that I’ve read about the religious beliefs of the ancient Puebloan, they had the amazing ability to construct everything here on their own. The site is fascinating, and there are other sites in the canyon as well, although because of the heat and my asthma, I wasn’t able to walk every site.

Reading about the religion of the ancient Anasazi (Puebloan) I do not doubt that they were in some kind of spiritual contact with fallen angels (devils), which causes all kinds of problems on its own, such as the extreme rites of human sacrifice and cannibalism. But, if you listen to the History Channel’s Ancient Alien program, you would think that ancient man didn’t have the ability to do anything except watch ancient aliens build monuments and temples all over the world.

Pueblo Bonito overlook 2

Pueblo Bonito overlook

Bonito with broken canyon walls

Below is a photo of Fajada Butte, which stands just outside the southwestern rim of the canyon. At the top of the Butte you will see a large rock standing by itself, near the middle. Just to the right of that boulder are three large rocks, stacked side by side, that act as a calendar, marking the summer and winter solstice and both equinox.  (You can read more about that here).

Fajada Butte

And now a bit of revelation about UFO photos! The following photos of Fajada Butte were taken on my way into Chaco Canyon, one a bit further down the road course. Looking closely you will also see the same object I captured on earlier pictures, so obviously, I didn’t see a UFO. The object is something on the windshield, a spot, or, more than likely, an unlucky bug. Was the object a UFO, yes, at first, because it was unidentified, until now that is. Although, I can hear the alien crowd objecting, because obviously it followed us around, or something of that nature. The point is, we just need to be careful with UFO pictures, especially these days with technology at hand.

Driving into Chaco Canyon

Driving into Chaco with Fajada Butte

Thanks for visiting.

Jeff Wingo, bidding you farewell for now from Chaco Canyon, New Mexico.

IMG_0636Me in Chaco Canyon 2

 

 

 

 

 

About Jeffrey A. Wingo
Hello! I'm Jeff Wingo the author of the book, Alien Antichrist, The Terrifying Truth about UFOs and Aliens, Antichrist, and the End of Days!

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