Forteana: May 2003 Archives

May 9, 2003

Note the similarity with Lord Lucan

Iraq: There has been much excitement over a video which purports to show Saddam Hussein, his son and a couple of others in a green Mercedes.

The Saddam video is the talk of everyone in Baghdad, reported Ayesha al-Khatabi, a UFO Roundup Middle East correspondent. But what is most puzzling is the mysterious golden necklace Saddam was wearing when the Azamiyah video was made. Qusay was wearing one, as well. Since Saddam is not known for wearing jewelry with his uniforms, my sources in Iraq cannot understand why he chose to wear it that day.
Fellow correspondent Mohammed Daud al-Hayyat has a theory that the golden necklaces worn by Saddam and his son Qusay are protective devices given to them by the reputed Zarzi aliens.
(Editor's Note: According to an urban legend, a UFO crashed in Iraq either during 1991 or 1998. Saddam granted the surviving aliens sanctuary, allowing them to live in either an underground base at Zarzi or at the centuries-old citadel at Qalaat-e-Julundi in the As-Zab as-Saghir (Little Zab) river valley in northern Iraq.)
People say that when they wear these necklaces, Saddam and Qusay have only to clasp hands, and the circle of light will appear, Mohammed explained, The alien vortex will instantly transport them to safety. In this manner, they can create the circle without the Zarzi aliens being present.

On the same day, a cylindrical UFO was apparently seen dodging US fire over Baghdad. SURPRISE APPEARANCE BY SADDAM STARTLES IRAQIS - UFO Roundup, 7th May 2003. (Turn off JavaScript first).

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