a reply to: georgezip
You, sir, have no idea how accurate your observations are!
The reason I signed up on ATS several years ago was a close encounter I had with the tech that has been discussed to such great detail recently, an
experience that would cause most (me included) to fill the pants, and a few others, like zaph, to drool with envy! (a group of at least 2 dozen
unconventional aircraft, observed for 6-7 hours, including your friendly mute triangle passing by only 100-200 meters away from us).
There is a very detailed thread on ATS that I authored about it, if anyone needs the details.
Anyway, after our mind-blowing sighting I had tons of questions needing answers. So I started researching, just to find out shortly after starting
that this was not an isolated incident in the semi-rural area where we saw what we saw.. Tens of locals had already observed the same occurance
numerous times in the past.
So I kept digging to find a pattern and here's what I got in the very first days of investigating - these crafts have ALWAYS been seen on/1-3 days
prior to new moon. After reading past page 63 of this thread I found another one - ALL of the events that I've found records of from the area have
happened between Monday nights and Thursdays! So a huge thank you, George, for adding a crucial layer of gap-filling info.
Now, what makes things even more interesting is the location of the area on the world map ;-)
Regarding the astro guy I'd like to make a few points:
1. A good number of these local accounts describe the crafts/lights merging and splitting while in flight, adding up to the supposed modular nature of
2. He mentions the BT having the capability to restrain a person by inducing an unimaginable sense of pain in the targets head. Something which I'm
sure is real thanks to one of the witnesses of this same flying circus.
3. Overall opinion - he really has extensive inside info, but I won't speculate if its all true or just a part.
Maybe I'll manage to find out all of this myself this time next week ;-)
edit on 14-10-2014 by ch1n1t0 because: Ed.it