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Pyramid over Moscow

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Pyramid over Moscow is a viral video, originally posted on YouTube on December 9, 2009. The mockumentary video shows the pyramid flying over Moscow Kremlin during the night time.[1]

According to the witnesses the pyramid shaped object was a mile wide, but Russian police refused to comment and aerospace experts were stunned[2]. Pyramid over Moscow video became an online sensation[3] and most-viewed video on Russia's YouTube[4]. Russian mass media, including All-Russia State TV VGTRK, widely observed the video questioning whether it is a hoax.[5][6][7]

UFO theories[edit]

Nick Pope, a former UFO expert of the UK Ministry of Defence, said it was "one of the most extraordinary UFO clips I've ever seen. At first I thought this was a reflection, but it appears to move behind a power line, ruling out this theory".[8]

Nicolai Levashov, a Russian occultist and a psychic healer, stated that the flying pyramid was indeed an extraterrestrial spaceship[9]. On the meeting with readers, which took place on the 23 of January 2010, Levashov explained that the hosts of the pyramid were representatives of extraterrestrial 'black' civilization[10]. As Levashov continued he stated that the appearing of the pyramid over Moscow Kremlin meant that 'black' aliens tryed to take control over the Russian government, but they failed and that's why the pyramid shaped spaceship flew away.

Kosmopoisk, an ufology international movement, released detailed analysis of whether "Pyramid over Moscow" was fake or not[11]. Kosmopoisk put forward and examined eight theories: real UFO, CGI fake, video defect and glitching, smoke in the skies, flares in the skies, glare on the glass of the car, balloon, laser show. During the investigation following theories were marked as 'impossible' and 'unlikely': laser show, balloon, glare on the glass of the car, video defect and glitching, CGI fake, real UFO. Following theories were confirmed by Kosmopoisk: smoke in the skies and flares in the skies.

See also[edit]

  • Viral Marketing
  • Viral phenomenon
  • Unidentified flying object


  1. "Original video 'Pyramid over Moscow'".
  2. "New York Post Official Youtube Channel 'UFO Over Moscow'".
  3. "Mirror.Co.Uk 'UFO spotted hovering over Moscow'".
  4. "MailOnline 'Russian internet sensation'".
  5. "Russian VGTRK TV show 'Vesti'".
  6. "RT Official Youtube Channel 'Spying saucer pyramid over Kremlin'".
  7. "NEWSru online news site".
  8. "The Telegraph 'UFO pyramid reported over Kremlin'".
  9. "Nicolai Levashov's interview for NTV 30 December 2012, no English subtitles".
  10. "Nicolai Levashov official Youtube 'Meeteing with readers 23 January, 2010' no English subtitles; exact timing 29:45-33:00".
  11. "Kosmopoisk 'Pyramid' detailed analysis with pictures, no English translation".

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