Thursday, July 21, 2005
'Prophet' Looks To Call UFOs in All 50 States
Ramon Watkins, also known as Prophet Yahweh, says he'll begin his national tour Aug. 7, and is asking television and radio stations across America to allow him the chance to prove his ability to communicate with extra-terrestrials.
Watkins caused a stir in late May when an ABC-TV affiliate in Las Vegas put his claims to the test.
He agreed to meet with a reporter and camera crew of KTNV at a location of their choice and time.
What they witnessed, and captured on camera, stunned the reporter and crew.
At about 2:30 p.m. local time on May 26, Prophet Yahweh was documented summoning two UFOs for the station's cameras above Doolittle Park.
One of the unidentified flying objects was stationary in the sky while the other flew across Las Vegas. Then, it turned around and came back on the same path.
Despite the TV station's coverage of the event, and a mention in WND, there was little news coverage outside Nevada.
"The powers that be stopped the story from being made known because they did not want humanity to find out that UFOs are real!" said Watkins.
"The spaceship would never have appeared if I was not filmed calling it down. This is what the space beings wanted. They wanted me captured on film with their spaceship so everyone would know that these beings have chosen me to speak for them and no other person.The space beings kept their end of the bargain by sending a real UFO, on my signal, that was documented. But, Las Vegas media refused to film me calling down the spaceship. That's why it never happened."
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