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originally posted by: AutumnWitch657
a reply to: TrueMessiah
What was that object that was clearly visible on the other side?
The moon? Sorry not when it can't even be determined if it was full or a crescent. The moon is so very important to the story yet this detail is changeable. Makes the whole story stink. Sorry but it's an important detail that is being used as a reference point and proof and if it changes with one version or another it just can't be true.
You really don't know how he managed to leap to spaceships and aliens based on what he saw? Doesn't that possibility fall on the spectrum of possible explanations?
I'm not sure why you are upset about him mentioning the correlation between the possibility of intelligent life in the universe and the number of galaxies and solar systems, isn't the Drake equation and other similar ones based on the same premise?
Do you think an EBE craft is a possibility or would you completely rule that out?
It was April 10, 1989 and early in my career. I was still a first officer at a regional airline. It was about 8 p.m. and we had just taken off from Kansas City International Airport bound for Waterloo, Iowa. It was a beautiful evening, with a full moon, clear skies and crisp early spring temperature
originally posted by: Unity_99
a reply to: PlanetXisHERE
Don't know what he saw and unless he was in communication with the craft, he apparently doesn't either. But the 3 things you said were all you saw as possible are a very tiny box to be in. ET is real. We're all ET. And there are sides, slavers who are entrapping humanity in web of deceit and our 1% work for them, and those trying to wake us up.
We slowly lost altitude and at around 13,000 feet, the brightly glowing ball began a gradual descent, too. As it did, it slowly started disappearing behind those wispy clouds. In about 30 seconds, like a setting sun but not nearly as bright, it vanished behind the clouds. The instant it fully disappeared, hundreds of lights began flashing from within the clouds.