The Phoenix

Tuesday, August 23, 2005

UFO Whisperer...

This story has been circulating since late May...

A man that calls himself Prophet Yahweh alledges he has the ability to summon UFOs at will. Through the power of prayer and utilizing techniques he has mastered from studying the Old Testament.

In Las Vegas, a local news channel decided to challenge him. So they picked the day (May 31st), the time, and the place (a park). The Prophet begins to pray...and sure enough, in broad daylight...something appears in the sky.

You need to see this video! It truly is amazing. The object is moving about, and appears to move towards them. The news reporter is astonished and even calls his boss to tell him that his story needs to be "changed." This WAS to be a story about a real nutcase. But to the amazement of the reporter, cameraman, and several bystanders - it appears Prophet Yahweh is the real thing.

Watch the video above before reading on...and prepare to be stunned.

Prophet Yahweh believes that God and angels are extraterrestrials and fly in spacecrafts. Apparently, the Messiah will descend from a spaceship to "take over" the Earth eventually.

Here's yet ANOTHER video of Prophet Yahweh summoning another UFO. (

The footage is truly incredible.

Prophet Yahweh made a very bold statement...he said that for 45 days between June 1st - July 15, he will be calling down a bunch of UFOs for the media. Then, on July 15, a large spacecraft was going to hover above Las Vegas so everyone could see it.

July 15th came and went, no spaceship.

Prophet Yahoo then said that the spaceship's visit was to be delayed for a year. Not sure why. Maybe the UFOs ran out of Jesus Juice. Perhaps some high density foam accidentally hit the flying saucer's heat shield. Who knows.

I, for one, believe Prophet Yeehaw is the real deal. I mean, he is in touch with his real self as a true prophet should be. Just look at his personal ad on Yahoo. This guy is a king among peasants, searching for his queen.

He is going on a 50 state tour to show everyone that he does have the power to summon UFOs at will. The tour was to begin on August 7th, but it's been delayed indefinitely. According to Prophet Yo-yo, the darn laptop shoulder strap supplier hasn't delivered his order and the software that has taken 8 days to install still isn't finished. DARN IT!

So all the naysayers need to prepare for the coming of the Messiah...his spaceship will be arriving any moment. If he lands at Chicago's O'Hare, expect delays. Prophet Yoohoo is authentic, my friends. Oh, and by the way, that's not a weather balloon he's holding below. It' his daughter's birthday party.

And don't look at the picture below either, it's not what you think.


Blogger Jim said...

I think it must have been the slowest newsday in history :)

8/24/2005 8:06 PM  
Blogger Jim said...

I was thinking about this, wasn't there a guy decades ago who declared himself the dictator of the world and then ran for mayor of St. Louis, and got several thousand votes, thereby raising the question "Did those voters really believe that he was the 'dictator of the world'?" -- I remember reading that story some place

8/24/2005 10:01 PM  
Blogger The Phoenix said...

It's amazing what people will believe

8/25/2005 10:18 AM  
Anonymous Father Tyme said...

The video is pretty convincing, but I looked at it again I could see something below the "object." At first I thought it was some kind of smoke trail. But after seeing Prophet Yahweh with weather balloons, it all makes sense now.

8/25/2005 2:55 PM  
Blogger Jillian said...

Yeah no kidding, and I laughed aloud at that last picture you posted with the comment "It's not what you think..." Ahhh that's a good one. :-)

8/26/2005 12:38 PM  
Blogger The Phoenix said...

Father Time,
Yeah I noticed that too after your comment. Thanks for your keen perception!

8/26/2005 10:04 PM  
Blogger The Phoenix said...

Thanks Jillian...the picture is from an organization that helps young girls learn more about math and science.
It appears our Prophet was a volunteer back in 1997...which is the same year he sent out his first press release to the Los Angeles media about his extraordinary powers of having an accomplice send up a weather balloon or two.

8/26/2005 10:06 PM  
Blogger I am the master of the Internet said...

We are not alone

3/04/2006 7:12 AM  
Blogger rdbrock said...

Faking your own UFOs with balloons has at least one other known precedent; George Van Tassel, creator of the non-functional (surprise) "Integraton" anti-aging device ("ten times simpler than color-TV!"), sponsored UFO gatherings at Big, Rock, in the Mojave Desert, from 1954-77, and it was not uncommon for him or one of his cronies to sneak out into the scrub and send a balloon aloft - I seem to even recall a story of one instance in which the fake UFO started a fire, or something of the sort.

Of course, he's probably not the only one who thought of this - not by a long shot - I just don't have any specific examples on hand. I know they used to gather in a circle around a "power pyramid" at the New Age Convocations held near Mt. Rainier, WA every year, and sing:

Flying Saucer Lord, Kum-bay-yah

Whether any fake UFOs showed up, I don't know.

Anyway, "Yaweh" is simply reviving an old tradition, i.e."1950s contacteeism." And a rich tradition he has to drawn on, as anyone who has read Doug Curran's "In Advance of the Landing: Folk Concepts of Outer Space" will learn. If he gains a following, it will become a "Contactee Cult," and if they're all crazy enough, they'll off themselves like the "Heaven's Gate" bunch.

(and to think - they could be pursuing an acting career, or working at Wal-Mart)

Most likely is that "Yaweh" entertains high hopes of acquiring a long-standing meal ticket - preferably in the form of a frigid, schizo-affective, very rich widow with one foot in the grave - in his 50-state tour.

Shakespeare had it right:

All that glisters is not gold;
Gilded tombs do worms enfold.

Of course, Shakespeare was not a dumbass.


8/23/2006 1:33 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If you haven't notice, a spaceship did come to Chicago O'hare Airport a year later on 11/7/06.

Watch what you said, because of a bird of the air will relay the message (Proverbs/Ecclesiastes)

2/15/2010 9:25 PM  

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