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Texas Couple Describes Triangle UFO at 20 Feet

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posted on Jan, 18 2015 @ 03:10 AM
If these are supposedly top-secret military aircraft, our government is extremely lazy about keeping them away from prying eyes.

With all the expanses of desert owned by the government, they choose to test out their top secret triangular craft over highly populated areas? It just doesn't make sense. Besides being seen by random folks, which COULD be passed off as yet another UFO sighting, what if the experimental craft crashed in the middle of a neighborhood?

I find it hard to accept the "secret military aircraft" explanation for UFO's over populated areas.
edit on 1/18/2015 by Answer because: (no reason given)

posted on Jan, 18 2015 @ 03:12 AM
Triangles that are 3 feet wide and Triangles that are up to 2 miles wide. Ive heard it all now. For the record, I believe that Triangles are ours. But the fact that they are reported in various sizes is amazing to me. They go from tiny to mothership in size.

posted on Jan, 18 2015 @ 04:05 AM
a reply to: gort51

I imagine if anything, they'd be octopi. Life started in water and they've had millions more years than we have on land.

When I was little, the local aquarium had fish mysteriously go missing from a tank with no predators. They had to scope it out and observe what was happening. Turns out they witnessed an octopus scuffling along the ground, sneaking into the tank, eating, then crawling back to its own tank!

I've witnessed them myself opening screw-top jars. God help us if they ever evolved

posted on Jan, 18 2015 @ 04:08 AM
a reply to: Answer
I refer you to my previous post, I think that logically they want to be seen. And if that's true, then it must be for psychological purposes.

Note that the vast majority are seen at night, when its difficult to make anything out for certain

posted on Jan, 18 2015 @ 04:27 AM
a reply to: Bybyots

sadly its gotten to the point where i just dont care about ufos anymore

im sure they do exist
but nothing ever happens
nothing lands

there will never be an actual landing

all we have are boring orb videos and witness statements

as the saying goes im out

posted on Jan, 18 2015 @ 08:35 AM
Can anyone verify if this video is fake or not? This looks like irrefutable evidence to me. Looks like they're not being subtle anymore.

posted on Jan, 18 2015 @ 10:51 AM
a reply to: np6888

there's a thread about it here

posted on Jan, 18 2015 @ 11:18 AM
a reply to: Bybyots

Actually I'm going on about this in 'the other thread'.

If we 'live in the past' compared to the "whatever it is" then
'they/it' can dodge cameras all day long if that is the plan..
or be ridiculously seen if that is the plan (Belgium,
Phoenix) or whatever.

We are definitely the junior partners in this game.


posted on Jan, 18 2015 @ 11:24 AM
a reply to: Ridhya

Ever catch Babylon 5?

The Vorlons.. "plasma octopi"

I always wonder which TV show is the one which the 'powers that be'
give themselves giggles over, by including hints of stuff in!


posted on Jan, 18 2015 @ 11:26 AM
a reply to: Ridhya

I think that logically they want to be seen. And if that's true, then it must be for psychological purposes.
I have to agree. The lights we observed first at a distance changed/got brighter/closer after I acknowledged their presence via my flashlight. Whatever it was wanted to be seen and their sudden appearance overhead felt a bit threatening/intrusive.

If they were trying to remain unseen they could've vanished into the night/zoomed away or if it's military maybe they could've done their top secret training down the road at the Pinon Canyon Military Operations Area. From what I gather it's huge, complete with landing strip in the middle of nowhere. How about utilizing that facility instead of screwing around over my house? I'd say it's safe to assume they want to be seen but why?

Here's Bybyots take on it.
originally posted by: Bybyots

Different brains seem to be influenced in a more or less profound way by the same experience.

Anyhow, that powerful effect that the experience had on the couple: that seems as though it may be one of the 'ends' to which this technology is put, and to me may very well be the only ends.

Our experience, although profound, didn't change our life in a noticeable way. We don't look so innocently at the sky anymore. In fact I refused to star gaze or go out at night for awhile after. Our horizons were broadened but we never obsessed or turned into spokespeople.

My hubby was the first to spot the lights while driving, he called me. He's a huge skeptic. Amongst his circle of friends he's the debunker, always questioning sources etc. I would say since the sighting he is more skeptical than ever and I'm more suspicious/wary. Other than that we got on with life, paid the bills raised the kids.

If the profound effect, whether positive/negative, is the "ends" that suggests experimentation. Wouldn't that require monitoring of the subjects afterwards? What's the point unless your sure you're having the desired effect or any effect at all?

I'm not sure if it's experimental, screwing around or simply apathy/arrogance. Kind of reminds me of when I was a kid scaring our dog with this horrible gorilla bank. He was terrified of that thing. It was funny to watch him run around and bark at it. That's how I felt, someone hung a huge "gorilla bank" over my house and watched us run around, barking, I imagine they had a great time. Seems like a lot of trouble/expense for a joke though.

posted on Jan, 18 2015 @ 11:28 AM
a reply to: Answer

I'm rather a fan of the "UFO frenzy theory".

That being, that the 'real' 'UFOs' are not from the government, but that the
government/military industrial complex/shadow organizations have it in
their interest to 'join the game' / 'fan the flames' by having fake UFOs
that are as similar as they can make them, and also all this 'real UFO
frenzy' is the perfect cover for any program or operation they could
want to keep covered.

So are there impressive military planes out there? I'm sure of it.

Are those planes the whole story?

Not even close.


posted on Jan, 18 2015 @ 12:05 PM
a reply to: Morningglory
You know the notion that if you're being chased by a rapist, you should yell 'fire', or else people wont help? If you see another one, rather than telling the police or military you see a UFO, contact Pinon Canyon and say you thought you witnessed a Russian drone
that'll teach em

posted on Jan, 18 2015 @ 01:18 PM
What's up with the ' I can't move' accounts and how believable are they?
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posted on Jan, 18 2015 @ 01:35 PM
It's a shame that she didn't throw her lighter at it like she said she was going to do. It might have given us some useful information about her sighting. Is it a hologram? Is it real?...perhaps some stealth project... Something to think about for the future if we have our own "close" sightings.

And if it did take exception to her throwing the lighter and loosed a pair of "photon torpedoes" at her...
Well it still would make a great story, eh?

posted on Jan, 18 2015 @ 01:37 PM
a reply to: karl 12

I've obtained all of Jay's writings..

I like about 25% of what he says, but, his writing
is completely suffused with material from the
Theosophical group / Arcane Society, the same
material that the VRIL society (Hitlers occult
bunch) went so ga ga over.

So I discount 75% of his material.

But I do highly appreciate 'out of the box thinking'
that from my perspective is in the vague direction
of being on the right track.

In a thousand years, maybe if we humans are still
around, we might understand things like this better.


posted on Jan, 18 2015 @ 01:44 PM
a reply to: CollisioN

Just once in my life I have been 'paralyzed' and unable to move
for a few minutes due to 'high strangeness'. I'd say it's absolutely
something that happens on occasion.

Of course I'd say that it's sleep paralysis 95% of the time. In my
case i was typing on my computer on ATS; I definitely was not
asleep or falling asleep.


posted on Jan, 18 2015 @ 01:50 PM
a reply to: Ridhya

What I'm saying is that it's inefficient for the military industrial complex
to make thousands of different types of 'UFOs' - which range from 1
foot across to the size of a football stadium and in all possible sizes,
shapes and visual configurations.

Now I know that the 'active camo card' can be played.. and I might buy
that within the past 20 years.. but not in 3000 BC I don't.


posted on Jan, 18 2015 @ 02:21 PM
a reply to: KellyPrettyBear
If you could prove there was active camo let alone aircraft back in 3000BC... you'd be the first.
Just so you know I do know quite a lot about Sumeria, Assyria, and the like.

posted on Jan, 18 2015 @ 02:33 PM
a reply to: Ridhya

I'm sure you do.

That's the thing here.

This is NOT an "either / or" situation.

The "Trickster" LOVES this strawman attack that it does
(sorry snagletooth, don't want to ruin your fun.. but.. this
shtick is getting old).

Spiritual OR mechanical.
Sentient OR technological.
Government OR 'religion'.

As my signature line says, it's only the Higgs Boson which
makes the 'insubstantial' 'substantial'.. (well it's a bit more
complicated than that. but it makes a good tagline).

I think it's far more likely that we should consider ourselves
"easy targets" for "mischief" as we live in a 'high transit zone'
for 'high strangeness'.

I really don't care whether Black Triangles are built by the
government or not.. because I know that the 'game' is several
levels higher up than that.. that ultimately there is no 'spirit'
and 'no matter'. There is one huge unified field, that in the
'congested spots' is fun to play in, like the shallow end of
the pool.


posted on Jan, 18 2015 @ 02:41 PM
a reply to: Bybyots

So here's the deal... I have seen this craft hovering right over a tree in my yard before in the 90's. The sketch is accurate, except I'm a little skeptical on the size. No idea why it would be so small.

That center light lights up pretty bright when the craft is at a higher altitude and seems to increase its speed when it does.

About the width of the triangle, the one I saw was reasonable (way more than 3 feet, maybe more like 10-20 feet, I don't know).
edit on 18pmSun, 18 Jan 2015 14:46:44 -0600kbpmkAmerica/Chicago by darkbake because: (no reason given)

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