One of the theories that moves humanity is the existence of life outside Land. This subject always yields several discussions and theories that are divided between skeptics and those who believe that there is something out there.
On March 27, 2017, the website Mail Online published an article on one of the subjects that drive conspiracy theories involving aliens: the Black Knight satellite (Black Night in English). With a headline that read: "An alien satellite created more than 12.000 years ago to spy on humans, was shot down by elite Illuminati soldiers, claim UFO hunters."
As a result, the whole conspiracy theory surrounding the existence of the "Black Knight" has reappeared, and has been the subject of extensive discussions within and outside the community specializing in studying the unidentified flying objects.
The UFO community (UFO) believes that the extraterrestrial satellite has existed for more than 120 years. According to them, the “Black Knight” is in the almost polar orbit of the Land, despite using disparate evidence to prove this. However, these supposed evidences, together, make people suspicious of possible cover-ups of the NASA and the American government.
Evidence of its existence
Many of the discoveries associated with the Black Knight theory are related to radio signals. However, a series of images that emerged in 1998, after the Space Shuttle's first mission to the International Space Station (ISS), brought a new perspective to the discussions.
Some of the images released showed a black object hovering above the Land. It didn't take long for them to get enthusiasts to create several new theories and share them with the world.
As an explanation, astronaut Jerry Rosso pointed out that the ISS was being built when the images were taken. The team of USA, he said, was attaching an axis module created by the Russians and, as part of this work, they took four thermal layers. The task was to wrap them around four of these axes. This would serve to prevent heat loss from the exposed metal.
Unfortunately, during one of the missions, things went wrong and one of the blankets came loose, causing it to float along with some other items. "Jerry, one of the thermal covers has escaped," said commander Robert Cabana, one of astronauts of the mission.
After being captured by the camera, this object received the identification number 025570 by NASA and, a few days later, fell into Land and, upon entering the atmosphere, it was burned. Far from being an extraterrestrial object, the black item floating in space was just a kind of blanket.
In 1899, Nikola Tesla, amid experiments, began to pick up very strange signals, apparently from space. The Serbian-American electrical engineer with a passion for wireless technology was just beginning to build an experimental wireless transmission station called Wardenclyffe Tower in Shorenham, New York. While in his laboratory, he noticed unusual signs and speculated that they had come from another planet, a statement received with disbelief and skepticism at the time.
Using this Tesla discovery, those who believe in the Black Knight theory began to attribute the signal captured to the satellite to him. However, Varoujan Gorjian, a scientist at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, stated that the signals captured by Tesla were real, but that they came from Land.
“The first source of non-terrestrial radio waves was discovered in the 1930s, and it was from the center of our galaxy, which is the most powerful radio source in the sky on many frequencies. If what Tesla detected was a real signal and not an interference from his instrument, it probably came from Earth, ”he said.
Even with some evidence that refutes the existence of a satellite extraterrestrial being watching the Earth, many still believe in its existence.