Nick Jonas has seen ‘three flying saucers,’ is ‘obsessed with UFO stuff’

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Some of you are too young to remember, but back in the 1990s, the only thing we worried about was aliens. Like, we weren’t worried about terrorists or ISIS or anything all-too-real. The X-Files was a huge success and “aliens” were big business. Ufology became a thing. Even now, if you watch the History Channel, you might get some idea – the History Channel began doing (and still does) shows about aliens, the history of UFOs, Ancient Aliens and all of that. Well, I’m happy to see that the younger kids are getting into to it too. Apparently, Nick Jonas – who is only 23 years old – is obsessed with aliens and UFOs. Bless him.

In an interview with This Morning on the U.K.’s ITV on Monday, Nick Jonas explained how a UFO sighting has impacted him.

“This was probably eight years ago,” said Jonas, 23. “I was in my backyard in L.A., and I looked up at the sky and [saw] three flying saucers,” said Jonas, 23. The “Levels” singer admitted that he questioned everything about the experience, saying, “I looked at my friend and said, ‘Are you seeing this or am I losing my mind?’”

Jonas added, “He was seeing the same thing. Then I went online and looked and there were three identical sightings, two weeks before.”

This close encounter ignited a flame of interest in Jonas, who has paid attention to coverage of flashing blue lights spotted in the California sky on Saturday. (The U.S. Navy later took credit, saying the colorful display was the result of a Trident missile test conducted by the ballistic submarine USS Kentucky.)

“I’m obsessed with UFO stuff in general, so I’m all over this,” Jonas said of the reports. “That blue light freaks me out in the best way possible.”

In fact, Los Angeles residents shouldn’t be surprised if they see Jonas on the hunt for extraterrestrials.

“I’m really excited to get back to LA; I leave in a couple of hours, and I’m going to go try find a UFO,” he joked. “I’m very excited.”

[From People]

This reminds me of Megan Fox talking about how much she loves the show Ancient Aliens and how she thinks all of it is real. For the uninitiated, The History Channel’s Ancient Aliens is a show about whatever weird/spectacular/noteworthy events have happened in the past and throwing “IT WAS TOTALLY ALIENS” into the mix. The Pyramids? Alien technology. Stonehenge? Aliens did it. Machu Picchu? Totes aliens. It sounds like Jonas is more of an undercover Ufologist more than anything else. Personally, I’ve never had any UFO or alien experiences, but THE TRUTH IS OUT THERE.

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  1. capepopsie says:

    Huge sigh. . . .

  2. Crocuta says:

    For all who either love or hate Anceint Aliens, there’s a great video on YouTube called Ancient Aliens Debunked. It’s long, but it exposes the misleadings done on this show, one by one, without being nasty, just factual.

    Also, am I the only person who had to google Jonas? Never heard of him.

    • V4Real says:

      “Also, am I the only person who had to google Jonas?”

      Yeah you’re probably the only one on here. He’s a former Disney Star. He had a band with his other two brothers called Ta’Dah The Jonas Brothers. He is now a solo artist with a couple of hit songs.

      I have never seen a UFO but I do watch The UFO Files. I’m sort of into stuff like that but as far as I would go is to watch it on TV. I also love tells of ghost stories and demons.

    • I Choose Me says:

      I’m gonna go check that out right now. I do believe in the possibility of intelligent life on other planets but Ancient Aliens is an amusing crock of sh*t that I love to hate.

      • Patricia says:

        Me too! I’m a historian so I sit there and get so mad because they are just so full of s***, but I still love it. It’s hilarious.

    • mimif says:

      Y’all just Jealous.

      • V4Real says:

        Yep’ I still get Jealous.

        I swear every time I hear that song it makes me think of Angelina and Brad Pitt. That should be their theme song.

        You’re so F-cking beautiful and everybody wants your sex…that’s why, I still get jealous.

        Ok, I will stop now; getting a little carried away.

      • mimif says:

        You got me in Chains, V4Real.

  3. funcakes says:

    LSD laces weed will make you see that sort of thing. ALLEGEDLY.

  4. Alana says:

    Oh man I know couple people like that . They are rational in every other way but then….It’s not the part about aliens existing bc that’s rational to me ( in a sense that I don;t think we are the only living creatures in whole universe) it’s the fact that people swear they have seen flying objects and they all kinda look the same flying saucer situation

    • belle de jour says:

      For what it’s worth, I actually saw something this past summer – alongside my VERY conventional-belief-system parental units & their similar cronies – on a clear night, from the deck of a mountain cabin far away from any city, airports or military installations.

      It was triangular in shape (stretched out, like the fat tip of an arrowhead), had a series of multi-colored lights on its underbelly and borders (red, indigo, yellow, green, white, violet) – with some located at the points of the triangle, and some in between – that either remained steady, or rotated in sequence almost like Christmas lights, or pulsed together, rhythmically.

      The whole thing was enormous. (By contrast, a plane passed going in a different direction to the left side, in the not-so-far-off distance… and I don’t know how to describe it, but it was obvious that this whatever-it-was was an ‘other’… by scale, and by design.) It stayed hovering, noiselessly, in the exact same spot in the sky… lingering long enough for us to retrieve the binoculars and set-up our telescope so that everyone could get a closer look.

      Then, after about 20 minutes, it vanished. Poof. No noise, no trail, no path. It was just gone. Even the person viewing it through the stationary telescope said it instantly disappeared.

      I looked it up on the internet while the image was still fresh, and could find only a single drawing/sketch that matched it; but it was nonetheless a (rough) depiction of what we saw, and the account of its behavior as described was almost identical (I believe it may have been a listing on MUFON, for the same U.S. state.)

      I can only offer the following as anecdotal: I know what I saw; my public image-conscious parents did not deny that they saw the same thing, too, even whilst I was recounting it to a few friends and family; the retired military ex-uber-honcho present just shook his head at me when I presented the internet drawing & account for his comment; it was not a weather balloon.

      The greatest impression – almost in an animal sense – was that it was not of this world. At that moment of realization, it was neither thrilling nor frightening, in a way… it just was.

      • Alana says:

        You know i have no clue obviously what you saw. I can say i am fairly certain that there other life forms because it is ridiculous and selfish to assume that only humans exist on a tiny planet on an “infinite” universe. However I do know that military and other government associated organisations have a lot of aircraft that they are testing that most civilians don’t know about and even people in military because of security issues etc. I am certain that long before drones became common knowledge etc and they were testing them/ flying them people that might have seen them probably though it was alien. Point is you may be right and it could be a passing alien aircraft ( ok saying alien aircraft makes me sound too X-filey lol) but how come no one has ever seen one landed etc you’d think eventually at least one would stop by lol

  5. Azurea says:

    I suggest you all google Richard Dolan on youtube, and listen to his talks. He’s a ufologist historian, and is highly intelligent, educated and presents the subject as it relates to the geopolitical, economic and philosophical mess the world is in. He’s not negative though. Rather, he is positive about humanity moving forward in a positive direction. He’s written vooks, as well, and is a publisher. See richarddolanpress.com. 😎

    • Alexa says:

      Thanks for that, Azurea. This subject is so intriguing. And I just can’t understand the ridicule.

      • Azurea says:

        Thanks, Alexa! Most skeptics have done little or no real investigation. How can you form an opinion without first educating yourself on the evidence.
        Richard Dolan also has a 2 hour radio show on kgraradio.com every Monday night at 8 pm Eastern. Very worth listening to!

    • Sash says:

      +1 Richard Dolan write rational stuff on this topic. Good researcher.

  6. X says:

    He has is also on a show called Kingdom about fictionalized UFC fighters. I didn’t realize it was Nick Jonas until this celebitchy article.

  7. Argirl says:

    To me it’s obvious that there has to be more out there. The universe is so vast and they just discovered evidence other universes. Didn’t I read they also discovered an object in space that had been built? I teased my husband that it was the Federation.

    • Crocuta says:

      Oh I believe that we’re not alone in the universe. I just don’t believe there has been any proof of a contact. I used to eat up theories about aliens when I was a kid (that was before Ancient Aliens, tho). But then I grew up and realised a person with charisma and a mouthful of words does not equal evidence.

  8. Sash says:

    Haha, that pic of Giorgio Tsoukalos always makes me crack up. That hair! Anyone who’s interested in this stuff should look up John Mack, Budd Hopkins, Leslie Kean, and the Disclosure Project and avoid looney (but entertaining) shows like AA (I think Ellen is a big fan of that show too, and so is Katy Perry). Fran Drescher has said some wacky things about this stuff too and she believes she’s an abductee. While I’ve never seen an UFO and would probably be scared batsh!t if I saw one, I’m open minded towards this sort of stuff because a lot – A LOT – of very credible people have see UFOs. It’s interesting that many who have seen UFOs tend to believe they’re abductees – apart from those military guys and pilots who’ve come forward with their sighting stories.

    Bottom line: there’s a lot more going on out there than the government wants you to know about, and sightings are going on YouTube like crazy because everyone has a camera now. Who knows? Disclosure could be good for peace on Earth. People are able to accept this stuff better than the government gives us credit for.

    And please, we all know that wasn’t a test missile. They’ve got the entire Atlantic or Pacific Ocean to test missiles safely away from populated areas.

    • belle de jour says:

      “And please, we all know that wasn’t a test missile. They’ve got the entire Atlantic or Pacific Ocean to test missiles safely away from populated areas.”

      I actually can’t believe more hasn’t been made of this… for a whole host of reasons.

  9. KiddVicious says:

    I love Giorgio Tsoukalos and his hair. And that it gets bigger every season of AA. I now watch AA just to see how big it is.

    I don’t want to watch anything debunking aliens or even Bigfoot. I like thinking there are still mysteries out there. Makes life more interesting.