19th October 2017: Canadian physicist and astronomer Robert J. Weryk, while working at the Haleakalā Observatory in Hawaii, discovers what Earth’s people consider to be the first known interstellar object observed travelling with-in our solar system. This asteroid was later named “Oumuamua”, among other more technical names.
27th June 2018: While travelling away from the Sun, astronomers observe Oumuamua display a strange, non-gravitational shift in its trajectory resulting in a slight but sudden increase in its acceleration away from the Sun. Scientists have no explanation for this shift and other than this oddity, the object didn’t reveal any other anomalies.
26th July 2021: The Parkes Observatory Radio Telescope in Australia detects a strong, narrow-band signal while observing Right ascension 18h 36m 56.33635, declining +38° 47′ 01.2802. This signal consisted of an ascending sweep of the frequency spectrum from 432.38 hertz up to 1420.3556 megahertz and immediate returning sweep back to 18.39823 kilohertz. The entire sweep took 189 seconds. There was silence for 21 seconds and the signal repeated. This frequency sweep occurred another six times. The whole signal lasted for 24 minutes and 9 seconds.
12th September 2023: The wide orbiting “UDK Schenkle II” deep space observing telescope, takes 26 minutes and 31 seconds of 16K video at 1200 frames per second of 7 objects approximately 38 astronomical units from, and on a trajectory to our Sun. They are travelling at around 940,800 km/h and are estimated to reach the Earth’s orbit in mid-year 2028. Each object is approximately 200m in length and about 35 meters wide.
Scientists hypothesize that they are asteroids similar to Oumuamua from outside of our solar system. Over the next year, many observatories worldwide point their apertures and mirrors at these objects to keenly observe their fly-by.
20th February 2025: After one year and five months of observation of these seemingly natural objects rolling and dancing and moving through space, when in line with the orbit of Neptune and approximately 29.8 Astronomical Units from the Sun, as if an invisible force had reached down and grabbed it, one of the objects stops dead. No more rotations. No more spinning. No motion at all. It was waiting for Neptune. The remaining six objects continued unperturbed by the egress of their companion.
The object’s altered trajectory was an alarming development that defied physics laws, and the only plausible explanation science could formulate was that these objects were alien visitors. Suddenly, the world took notice.
Over the coming months, governments, scientists, and conspiracists of the world gathered together to discuss their options and formulate plans.
3rd May 2025: A second object stops dead in space — this time in line with the orbital trajectory of Uranus.
19th January 2027: A third object stops in Saturns orbit.
17th July 2028: A fourth object appears to be on an intercept course with Mars and as it lines itself up, goes into a retrograde orbit around the red planet.
Three objects remain, the closer they come to Earth, the more anxious the people of Earth become, and on the 28th August 2028, it happened.
28th August 2028: While two of the objects sped past our planet, one stopped still. It was waiting motionless for Earth’s approach. At approximately 120,000 km from the Earth, the object rotated and seemingly pointed one end at the planet and gradually started to turn and place itself in a retrograde orbit at this distance around the Earth.
Ominous and intriguing. Was it our move?