posted on Nov, 6 2014 @ 06:14 AM
a reply to: signalfire
Since a lot is totally unknown about this clip, I'll stick to a single aspect of the video. Given that the object moves so fast across the face of
the Moon, we can assume that it is rather close to Earth and not near the Moon.
It is convenient to speculate that the three points of light are rocket exhausts. At times we can discern three points of light in a triangle
formation. That information is telling. A rocket in retro fire as it comes down out of or into orbit from further out in space would more than
likely not have three engines. Nor would we expect a returning probe or satellite to be of such a size that a considerable distance would separate
the engines so much that they could be individually discerned. Rocket engines are clustered at a far distance they would appear as a solitary source
of light. These are not. As rocket exhausts, it must have been a monstrous lifter to get this body into space if it is a conventional vehicle. We
must assume, therefore, that it is something unconventional.
The wide spacing of the lights--not exactly from rocket exhausts--are in keeping with the wide spacings of the three bright lights often noted on the
underside of the mysterious black triangles. That allows us to further speculate that what was recorded was a triangles coming back to Earth (perhaps
from the Moon) with an incredible velocity to be throttled back and we are seeing the typical three bright lights (that evidently power such craft) as
it slows its motion.