Mickey Mouse meets Star Wars

By | October 27, 2008

http://xenophilia.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/10/bronzemickey-2.jpgI heard a story tonight that was interesting. It seems all the money we spent on the “Star Wars” Strategic Defense Initiative was not wasted. As a warning to the soviets, an acquaintance of mine believes that the US used a working military satellite equipped with lasers to cut a large Micky Mouse into Russian soil. This feature is supposedly visible now on google maps or something. The person I spoke to believes that if soviet missiles were launched they wouldn’t get 30 feet in the air before the lasers could detonate them. Cool. This might explain some crop circles. Wouldn’t it be great if that 30 billion dollars of US tax payer money was actually used very wisely, resulting in very real advances and functional defense systems. The official history says that the entire thing was a flop. But that may just be a cover story.

This object, by the way, is dated to 900 A..D. and was excavated at a site called Uppåkra in southern Sweden.

The bronze brooch may remind modern viewers of Mickey Mouse, but archaeologist Jerry Rosengren from Lund University told Discovery News that it actually represents a lion.

Yeah, right. It could also be evidence left behind by a time traveler. See ooparts.

Anyway, back to the original story, does anyone have a photo of Mickey Mouse as a crop circle, perhaps in Russia?

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