MoD UFO sightings linked to Reptilians from the Andromeda solar system

Stephany Cohen says the UFOs belonged to sightseeing Reptilian aliens

Stephany Cohen's family picture

First published in News News Shopper: Photograph of the Author by , Chief Reporter

SPACECRAFT seen flying above Bromley belong to Reptilian aliens from the Andromeda solar system, according to a spiritual healer.

Recently released Ministry of Defence files reveal a sighting of 20 to 30 red flashing lights in the sky at 2.25am on November 17, 2003.

These lights were seen by three people, a police helicopter and a police officer who concluded the lights were zigzagging across the sky faster than a man-made aircraft.

Stephany Cohen, of Lancaster Close, Bromley, says she has spoken to the Reptilians and they have confirmed they were here sightseeing.

She said: “There were only two spacecraft but they have a lot of lights on them.

“They were going over the English Channel and they linked up with the ley lines and then found themselves over Bromley.

“They do not intend to put humans in danger and they do not come with any evil intent.”

The former policewoman says the Reptilians are half reptile and half alien in appearance.

She added: “Although I was born human, one of my past forms in a previous lifetime was Reptilian.”

The sighting revealed in the MoD documents came three months after Ms Cohen told of close encounters with an alien species called Greys, from the planet Cirus D.

Back then she said: “Sometimes you get raptures like strong orgasms and you don’t know where it comes from.

“It is energies being passed down to their children on Earth.”

London UFO Studies chairman Roy Lake says the 2003 sighting is likely to be genuine because it was confirmed by police officers.

Family portrait:

News Shopper: Stephany Cohen's family pictue

Stephany explains what she sees in the picture:
"Selene, a Grey, is my mother from a life in the 16 century. In the picture she looks like Mother Mary, showing herself in her Human form.

"The purple shades belong to the Cat-People, namely my parents. The blues belong to my Cat-People grandparents. My Nan and Grandfather (Selene's mother and father) are showing themselves in shades of Green.

"My Reptilian parents and grandparents make up the rest of the colours. You can just about see my own face amidst all of them."

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11:46am Mon 7 Mar 11

ACAB_SE25 says...

News-Shopper you need to stop humouring this woman.
She clearly has mental health issues, she is deluded and by giving her a forum you are guilty of encouraging her.
It almost looks like you are mocking the woman for the entertainment of you readers
News-Shopper you need to stop humouring this woman. She clearly has mental health issues, she is deluded and by giving her a forum you are guilty of encouraging her. It almost looks like you are mocking the woman for the entertainment of you readers ACAB_SE25
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11:48am Mon 7 Mar 11

ACAB_SE25 says...

* your readers

News-Shopper please allow us to edit our comments after they have been submitted
* your readers News-Shopper please allow us to edit our comments after they have been submitted ACAB_SE25
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12:21pm Mon 7 Mar 11

the wall says...

ACAB_SE25 wrote:
* your readers News-Shopper please allow us to edit our comments after they have been submitted
Why not just proof read before pressing submit. Wonder what the reason she is now a former policewoman ?
[quote][p][bold]ACAB_SE25[/bold] wrote: * your readers News-Shopper please allow us to edit our comments after they have been submitted[/p][/quote]Why not just proof read before pressing submit. Wonder what the reason she is now a former policewoman ? the wall
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1:04pm Mon 7 Mar 11

ACAB_SE25 says...

I do proof read this was one that slipped through.
I missed 1 letter.
My point still stands. We should be able to edit our comments once submitted or indeed be able to delete the entire comment if so desired.
The News-Shopper's journalists are able to edit their articles (Something they like doing, especially once a mistake has been highlighted!)
We contribute to this newspaper and should be afforded the same courtesy.

I assume she is no longer a police officer on account of her being completely mad!! (Although you would have thought that was a job requirement for some areas)
I do proof read this was one that slipped through. I missed 1 letter. My point still stands. We should be able to edit our comments once submitted or indeed be able to delete the entire comment if so desired. The News-Shopper's journalists are able to edit their articles (Something they like doing, especially once a mistake has been highlighted!) We contribute to this newspaper and should be afforded the same courtesy. I assume she is no longer a police officer on account of her being completely mad!! (Although you would have thought that was a job requirement for some areas) ACAB_SE25
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3:19pm Mon 7 Mar 11

the wall says...

ACAB_SE25 wrote:
I do proof read this was one that slipped through. I missed 1 letter. My point still stands. We should be able to edit our comments once submitted or indeed be able to delete the entire comment if so desired. The News-Shopper's journalists are able to edit their articles (Something they like doing, especially once a mistake has been highlighted!) We contribute to this newspaper and should be afforded the same courtesy. I assume she is no longer a police officer on account of her being completely mad!! (Although you would have thought that was a job requirement for some areas)
You miss one letter and now want the who site to change.....get over yourself. It's been this way for many years and no else has complained, you turn up been here / been here 5 minutes and start demanding the right to edit because the journos do and even delete your own comments. It's very simple don't leave a comment if your to scared / worried about it. Anything else you want wrapping up in cotton wool. You have got as many issues as the woman in the above story
[quote][p][bold]ACAB_SE25[/bold] wrote: I do proof read this was one that slipped through. I missed 1 letter. My point still stands. We should be able to edit our comments once submitted or indeed be able to delete the entire comment if so desired. The News-Shopper's journalists are able to edit their articles (Something they like doing, especially once a mistake has been highlighted!) We contribute to this newspaper and should be afforded the same courtesy. I assume she is no longer a police officer on account of her being completely mad!! (Although you would have thought that was a job requirement for some areas)[/p][/quote]You miss one letter and now want the who site to change.....get over yourself. It's been this way for many years and no else has complained, you turn up been here / been here 5 minutes and start demanding the right to edit because the journos do and even delete your own comments. It's very simple don't leave a comment if your to scared / worried about it. Anything else you want wrapping up in cotton wool. You have got as many issues as the woman in the above story the wall
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9:21pm Mon 7 Mar 11

jaded1 says...

This woman cannot possibly be an ex- uk policewoman.I bet she was either a Special Constable or a policewoman from another country.NS please ask her next there's a full moon.
I wonder how many cats she has?
This woman cannot possibly be an ex- uk policewoman.I bet she was either a Special Constable or a policewoman from another country.NS please ask her next there's a full moon. I wonder how many cats she has? jaded1
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9:35pm Mon 7 Mar 11

ModernToss says...

Why isn't this loon in Bethlem?
Why isn't this loon in Bethlem? ModernToss
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12:30am Tue 8 Mar 11

Locked and Loaded says...

She probably escaped ModernToss, like they do. Never mind the 'ley' lines Stephany, you need to leave the lines alone.Sniff sniff.
She probably escaped ModernToss, like they do. Never mind the 'ley' lines Stephany, you need to leave the lines alone.Sniff sniff. Locked and Loaded
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9:31am Tue 8 Mar 11

ACAB_SE25 says...

The wall, Oz, I assume you are Australian so why don't you limit your comments to Australian stories or better still comment on your own newspapers. (It doesn't matter whether you once lived here, it is where you rest your hat now that matters)
On a different point I am not the only person to ask for retrospective editing on this paper.
Almost weekly someone complains about not having the ability to correct their mistakes.
I have not been here 5 minutes as you try to suggest. I publish on this site (and many others) albeit under a different guise.I don't know why you feel the need to respond to my comment so aggressively. I simply asked for the editing function (which is commonplace on many other news websites) to be implemented.
As for wrapping things up in cotton wool: I wish someone would take this looney toon and stick her in a dark room somewhere so the News-Shopper team can report the 'real' news. Stories about being attacked by birds at the NS offices.
"Come back Simon Bull, all is forgiven"
The wall, Oz, I assume you are Australian so why don't you limit your comments to Australian stories or better still comment on your own newspapers. (It doesn't matter whether you once lived here, it is where you rest your hat now that matters) On a different point I am not the only person to ask for retrospective editing on this paper. Almost weekly someone complains about not having the ability to correct their mistakes. I have not been here 5 minutes as you try to suggest. I publish on this site (and many others) albeit under a different guise.I don't know why you feel the need to respond to my comment so aggressively. I simply asked for the editing function (which is commonplace on many other news websites) to be implemented. As for wrapping things up in cotton wool: I wish someone would take this looney toon and stick her in a dark room somewhere so the News-Shopper team can report the 'real' news. Stories about being attacked by birds at the NS offices. "Come back Simon Bull, all is forgiven" ACAB_SE25
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1:58pm Tue 8 Mar 11

the wall says...

ACAB_SE25 wrote:
The wall, Oz, I assume you are Australian so why don't you limit your comments to Australian stories or better still comment on your own newspapers. (It doesn't matter whether you once lived here, it is where you rest your hat now that matters) On a different point I am not the only person to ask for retrospective editing on this paper. Almost weekly someone complains about not having the ability to correct their mistakes. I have not been here 5 minutes as you try to suggest. I publish on this site (and many others) albeit under a different guise.I don't know why you feel the need to respond to my comment so aggressively. I simply asked for the editing function (which is commonplace on many other news websites) to be implemented. As for wrapping things up in cotton wool: I wish someone would take this looney toon and stick her in a dark room somewhere so the News-Shopper team can report the 'real' news. Stories about being attacked by birds at the NS offices. "Come back Simon Bull, all is forgiven"
No, I'm not a Australian. I'm a SE Londoner. So wind your neck in and stop ASSuming! Here's a pointer try contacting the NS by email on your log in page not hard really. Well I have only heard you moan about editing. Please do show me other postings were people have asked for an edit button. Prove me wrong.
[quote][p][bold]ACAB_SE25[/bold] wrote: The wall, Oz, I assume you are Australian so why don't you limit your comments to Australian stories or better still comment on your own newspapers. (It doesn't matter whether you once lived here, it is where you rest your hat now that matters) On a different point I am not the only person to ask for retrospective editing on this paper. Almost weekly someone complains about not having the ability to correct their mistakes. I have not been here 5 minutes as you try to suggest. I publish on this site (and many others) albeit under a different guise.I don't know why you feel the need to respond to my comment so aggressively. I simply asked for the editing function (which is commonplace on many other news websites) to be implemented. As for wrapping things up in cotton wool: I wish someone would take this looney toon and stick her in a dark room somewhere so the News-Shopper team can report the 'real' news. Stories about being attacked by birds at the NS offices. "Come back Simon Bull, all is forgiven"[/p][/quote]No, I'm not a Australian. I'm a SE Londoner. So wind your neck in and stop ASSuming! Here's a pointer try contacting the NS by email on your log in page not hard really. Well I have only heard you moan about editing. Please do show me other postings were people have asked for an edit button. Prove me wrong. the wall
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11:05am Wed 9 Mar 11

ACAB_SE25 says...

Off the top of my head AtmyDesk and Erastus have both asked about editing.
You coming from SE London proves that 'Assumption is the mother of all F**K ups' (On my part).
This is rapidly turning into something it was never meant to be. I will find the comment if you really desire that but will take some time as I will have to trawl through previous comments (No mean feat on some articles)
I believe one of the requests for retrospective editing came in comments on a story about a dog attack, possibly on Erastus' blog regarding dogs.
I am positive I'm not the only person to have requested an editing feature.
As for contacting the NS, that is a fruitless exercise. They never respond. Simon Bull was the only person from this paper that would respond to readers comments, hence my last comment finishing 'Come back Simon Bull, all is forgiven'
Off the top of my head AtmyDesk and Erastus have both asked about editing. You coming from SE London proves that 'Assumption is the mother of all F**K ups' (On my part). This is rapidly turning into something it was never meant to be. I will find the comment if you really desire that but will take some time as I will have to trawl through previous comments (No mean feat on some articles) I believe one of the requests for retrospective editing came in comments on a story about a dog attack, possibly on Erastus' blog regarding dogs. I am positive I'm not the only person to have requested an editing feature. As for contacting the NS, that is a fruitless exercise. They never respond. Simon Bull was the only person from this paper that would respond to readers comments, hence my last comment finishing 'Come back Simon Bull, all is forgiven' ACAB_SE25
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1:54pm Wed 9 Mar 11

the wall says...

Erastus is banned and I do belive that Simon Bull has moved on.
Erastus is banned and I do belive that Simon Bull has moved on. the wall
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1:55pm Wed 9 Mar 11

the wall says...

believe not belive- Why can't we have an edit button?
believe not belive- Why can't we have an edit button? the wall
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6:16pm Wed 9 Mar 11

bizzymum says...

Why is Erastus banned? Did I miss something?
Why is Erastus banned? Did I miss something? bizzymum
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7:13am Thu 10 Mar 11

thirteeneast says...

ACAB_SE25 wrote:
* your readers

News-Shopper please allow us to edit our comments after they have been submitted
I agree this typo could have said "Take me to your Leader!".
[quote][p][bold]ACAB_SE25[/bold] wrote: * your readers News-Shopper please allow us to edit our comments after they have been submitted[/p][/quote]I agree this typo could have said "Take me to your Leader!". thirteeneast
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3:24pm Thu 10 Mar 11

the wall says...

bizzymum wrote:
Why is Erastus banned? Did I miss something?
I think it was to do with his last blog: GYPSIES: My big, fat, gypsy disgrace.
A few others were also banned. Freedom of speech you can have put just don't use it. It is also understood that a number of current user names are in fact the same BNP fan boys, stiring things up.
[quote][p][bold]bizzymum[/bold] wrote: Why is Erastus banned? Did I miss something?[/p][/quote]I think it was to do with his last blog: GYPSIES: My big, fat, gypsy disgrace. A few others were also banned. Freedom of speech you can have put just don't use it. It is also understood that a number of current user names are in fact the same BNP fan boys, stiring things up. the wall
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12:22pm Fri 11 Mar 11

Oldchap says...

bizzymum wrote:
Why is Erastus banned? Did I miss something?
I hadn't seen anything from him for a while, but didn't know he was banned. I remember the gypsy blog - there were a few inappropriate comments, but didn't think his were
(and I would also like the ability to edit my comments - perhaps NS could use that as the next survey!)
[quote][p][bold]bizzymum[/bold] wrote: Why is Erastus banned? Did I miss something?[/p][/quote]I hadn't seen anything from him for a while, but didn't know he was banned. I remember the gypsy blog - there were a few inappropriate comments, but didn't think his were (and I would also like the ability to edit my comments - perhaps NS could use that as the next survey!) Oldchap
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6:02pm Fri 11 Mar 11

Atmydesk says...

I remember asking for the Editing feature on here some time ago.

Didn't know that Erastus had been banned, I did wonder why it was so quiet round here.
Erastus will be back in some shape or form I suspect
I remember asking for the Editing feature on here some time ago. Didn't know that Erastus had been banned, I did wonder why it was so quiet round here. Erastus will be back in some shape or form I suspect Atmydesk
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6:07pm Fri 11 Mar 11

ACAB_SE25 says...

It appears that many do want the editing feature.
News-Shopper please take note and give us this option It would make for a tidier,neater comments section.
I did say I wasn't the only person to request this feature and the preceding comments show this.
It appears that many do want the editing feature. News-Shopper please take note and give us this option It would make for a tidier,neater comments section. I did say I wasn't the only person to request this feature and the preceding comments show this. ACAB_SE25
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