On the evening of December 9, 2009, worried onlookers inundated the Norwegian Meteorological Institute with phone calls. Something remarkable had appeared in the sky, which could be seen from Northern Norway and Sweden.
It was a bizarre spiral of light that seemed to hover in the atmosphere for nearly three full minutes. White-gray and circular, a trail of brilliant blue heading off toward the horizon.
Stories erupted of a possible wormhole over Norway. Or an alien craft. Some even speculated that it was a blackhole, the unintended result of experiments at CERN, or the work of weather-controlling mechanisms like HAARP.
It could have been any number of extraordinary things, really, but the official explanation was the failure of a Russian Bulava missile test.
In fact, the following day the Russian Ministry of Defense stated that they had, indeed, experienced a failed Bulava missile launch, which had “a technical malfunction at the…third stage of the trajectory.” The nozzle failed.
The Wikipedia discussion for the Norwegian Spiral Anomaly, however, has a few interesting passages regarding the failed missile test. One anonymous engineer stated the following, backing up the missile claims:
“Based on the evidence and images, my professional assessment of the event is as follows: 1. sea based launch. Successful first stage MECO (main engine cut-off). 2. most likely nozzle impact or other catastrophic event during first stage seperation or second stage ignition. 3. second stage burn seems to suggest a gradual control loss, similar to the Space X Falcon 1 event during their second test failure 4. catastrophic control loss resulted in a tumble of the remaining rocket segments, spraying propellent into the surrounding space, creating a cartwheel display. 5. the variation in color would suggest solid and liquid propellant, most likely hydrazine (blue) and Aluminum propellant (white) 6. burn out or detonation outside the earths effective atmosphere, dispursing the white propellent. the remaining blue gas was material trailed out during failure which remained suspended in the earth’s atmosphere.”
Another anonymous commenter had a different point of view:
“Having been a weapons research scientist and member of the British Interplanetary Society, and having observed many rocket launches including a few failures, I am totally astonished that anyone takes the rocket explanation seriously. It is not a rocket out of control. That is obvious after a few seconds of watching the video because of the amazing regularity and constant speed of the spiral. The other effect that rules out the rocket theory is the end of the effect when the spiral dissipates and turns black.
That is a very strange event that needs to be explained properly. I studied Astrophysics and electrohydrodynamics and it looks very much like a spiral plasma leaking from a blue green magnetic field tube coming from the ground. That is consistent with the eye witness reports that stated that the blue green tube appeared first. Another explanation to be considered seriously is the disco light effect, it could be some sort of projection. Either the plasma or the projection would require a large amount of funding and so this is probably an effect of secret military equipment.”
I suppose the mostly likely explanation is that it was just a missile failure. Or some kind of extraterrestrial hypnotism device. I can’t say. Regardless, seeing that in the night sky would be something else, don’t you think?
A Wormhole Over Norway?
One last thing. While I don’t believe the “anomaly” over Norway was a wormhole or anything, I can’t help but share the following videos that raise the possibility. Take a look.