According to a quote attributed to Nostradamus, it is believed the French prophet said that ‘Mankind will discover objects in space sent to us by the watchers.
For years the Black Knight satellite has caused a huge debate among people on social networks, blogs, and websites.
It is believed that there is an object, called the Black Knight Satellite, located in polar orbit around our planet.
While many believe –and are probably right— that the object is nothing more than space debris, others firmly believe the Black Knight Satellite is an alien probe that has been orbiting Earth for at least 13,000 years.
Interestingly, over 50 years ago, experts in the US thought the Black Knight Satellite was a Russian Spy Satellite. The story about the object can even be traced to the 1940’s when the St. Louis Dispatch and The San Francisco Examiner wrote about the “Satellite” on May 14th, 1954.
Furthermore, the Time Magazine also wrote about it in an article on the seventh of March, 1960.
Here is what they said about it:
Three weeks ago, headlines announced that the U.S. had detected a mysterious “dark” satellite wheeling overhead on a regular orbit. There was nervous speculation that it might be a surveillance satellite launched by the Russians, and it brought the uneasy sensation that the U.S. did not know what was going on over its own head. But last week the Department of Defense proudly announced that the satellite had been identified. It was a space derelict, the remains of an Air Force Discoverer satellite that had gone astray.
Read the complete story by visiting the Time Magazine website.
The story deepens as we find that on August 23, 1954, the technology magazine Aviation Week and Space Technology released a story that angered the Pentagon, who were trying to keep the information secret.
The short article stated: Pentagon scare over the observance of two previously unobserved satellites orbiting the earth has dissipated with the identification of the objects as natural, not artificial satellites. Dr. Lincoln LaPaz, expert on extraterrestrial bodies from the University of New Mexico, headed the identification project.
One satellite is orbiting about 400 miles out, while the other track is 600 miles from the earth. Pentagon thought momentarily the Russians had beaten the U.S. to space explorations.
And now, a quote allegedly attributed to Nostradamus appeared online.
Supposedly, the French prophet said that MANKIND WILL DISCOVER, OBJECTS IN SPACE, SENT TO US BY THE WATCHERS.
But why do people think he talked about The Black Knight Satellite?
Well, it is believed that someone actually decoded the messages coming from the Black Knight Satellite. The decoded a series of signals from the alleged satellite were interpreted as s a star chart centered on the Epsilon Bootes Star System and that the Black Knight originated from this System 13,000 years ago.
The message that the Black Knight Satellite supposedly transmits is the following:
OUR HOME IS EPSILON BOOTIS.
WHICH IS A DOUBLE STAR.
WE LIVE ON THE 6th PLANET OF 7 – CHECK THAT, 6th OF 7 –
COUNTING OUTWARDS FROM THE SUN
WHICH IS THE LARGER OF THE TWO.
OUR 6th PLANET HAS ONE MOON,
OUR 4th PLANET HAS THREE,
OUR FIRST AND THIRD PLANETS EACH HAVE ONE.
OUR PROBE IS IN THE ORBIT OF YOUR MOON
THIS UPDATES THE POSITION OF ARCTURUS SHOWN ON OUR MAPS.”
While this is an interesting quote, we are unable to verify its accuracy and authenticity. The quote can only be traced back to AZ Quotes, but we have still not seen the original text written by Nostradamus.
Furthermore, many believe that there isn’t actually any mystery behind the Black Knight Satellite and that the object is just a piece of space debris, randomly floating around our planet.
According to Martina Redpath of Armagh Planetarium and James Oberg, it is probable that the photographs of the so-called Black Knight Satellite are those of a thermal blanket that was confirmed as lost during an EVA.
Redpath even wrote:
“Black Knight is a jumble of completely unrelated stories; reports of unusual science observations, authors promoting fringe ideas, classified spy satellites and people over-interpreting photos.”