Dome of the Rock UFO traced to Krak des Chevaliers hangar in Syria

Funny story written by queen mudder

Sunday, 6 February 2011

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Spotted: the Cat's Eye Nebula's blue disc symbol just visible on the craft's chassis

Tel Aviv - (Pie-In-The-Sky): Erected in 1031 on a massive meteorite outcrop the ancient Crusader fortress forms the capstone of an alien civilization's subterranean silo.

Last week a mystery UFO above Israel's Dome of the Rock was traced to a hangar beneath the Krak des Chevaliers where its mothercraft launchpad is suspected of being hidden.

The stunning UNESCO World Heritage Site, known locally as Qal'at al-Hisn, stands on a 650-metre-high mound close to the Lebanese border in West Syria's Homs Governorate.

Built on strategic ley lines crisscrossing the Futile - er...Fertile! Crescent's UFO rat run the Krak may have been designed to preserve pre-Atlantean space travel secrets.

UNESCO archaeologists believe the fortified stronghold is one of a matrix of ancient Knights Hospitaliers fortresses - whose true purpose has long been covered up in a defensive campaign of concealment.

It may also shield the existence of a flooded, sunken 5th century BC palace under nearby Lake Homs, whose waters are fed by the Orontes River.

Known for centuries as the Draco this ancient fluvial passage is named after the northern sky's circumpolar constellation, suspected by 2nd century astronomer Ptolemy 'of being the seedbed of Earth's ancient forebears'.

Curiously the Hospitaliers' heraldic crest, emblazoned on the Krak's castellated portcullis, depicts the blue disc symbol of the Cat's Eye Nebula, part of Draco's awesome galactic territory.

Officially the space phenomenon was not discovered until 1786 when William Herschel first stumbled upon it with his primitive makeshift telescope.

The same blue disc was spotted on the Dome of the Rock UFO last week during its passage tracing the umbral shadow of the January 4th 2011 solar eclipse...

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