reply to post by zazen
Living in AZ I've run into folks who saw the v-shaped, 5 light, incredibly huge object called the "Phoenix Lights" as it glided silently over the
middle of a large state in the busy early evening. Many, many people saw it... including the goofy governor.
Personally, I believe it happened as reported (minus the flare confusion from later). Talking to certain eyewitnesses about it would convince most
anyone. I was inside that night and missed it, but I saw something that same year, 1997, a few months later, that stayed with me. A long, white
cylinder that I first thought was a tubular kite or balloon that stayed stationary in the afternoon sky that was in stark relief in front of the dark
clouds of an oncoming thunderstorm.
I changed my mind about it being a kite or balloon when I watched it relative to a phone pole and it didn't move in the slightest for over five full
minutes in 30 mph gusty winds on the ground (and higher turbulence in front of an oncoming "monsoon" storm). I also noticed it was larger than I first
thought because of distance haze and have since figured it to be much larger than a passenger jet. The handful of strangers watching it with me were
gradually awestruck as well.
So, that ...plus seeing an orange light paneled, diamond shaped, van sized craft silently gliding through a residential desert neighborhood in the wee
hours... and seeing dozens of lights in the sky over the years doing "impossible" maneuvers (like meeting in the sky, stopping a moment and then
zipping around each other as if tethered and flying off in opposite directions at incredible speeds to vanish over the horizon in under three seconds-
or stopping, making right angled turns, etc) ) and hearing about even weirder incidents from trusted family and friends, I am convinced of some
unknown tech and/or lifeforms.
Then there's the many believable incidents reported by folks that seem reliable ...over so many years... and a flying pyramid doesn't seem all that
There was a video of a similar pyramid object in China near a nuke plant a few years ago on Youtube that I was convinced was pro-level cgi until I saw
the fuzzy, hard to notice little craft exiting and entering the thing as it slowly rotated... and since these sort of things are in fact seen, had to
So this incident isn't going to convince anyone who's on the fence or firmly in the "nope" mindset... but it's cool to read about anyhow.
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