I filmed this a couple of years ago. Didn't think much about it at first but I put the video on youtube in 2014. Didn't get many looks and now I post
I was at home, watching TV or something when I decided to go out on the balcony. I don't do that very often I must admit. Don't know why I did it this
Anyway, two red orbs passed silently by my house (I live at the 17th floor). I grabbed my phone and started filming.
I could only see the orbs, no plane or anything.
Here is what I managed to film.
Please watch it to the end before you scream "airplane! ", as one orb seems to vanish and then the next.
I used some lightning filter on youtube but I can upload the orginal if there is any interest.
What do you think?
edit on 2-6-2015 by tjocksteffe because: (no reason given)
There is an airport nearby. You can see the airport lights on the right side at the beginning of the video.
But the lights seem to go down much earlier than at the airport.
And anyway tI don't think there are two parallell runways at that airport at which they can land simultaneously.
They do look like sky lanters, and high up there riding with the wind at wind speed they can go pretty fast (and high). I've done quite a lot of
chinese (sky) lanterns and would say with 99% confidence they are sky lanters. they do also tend to follow the same path if launched together. See
video above for a very clear example.
PS. I do believe in life on other planets and beings with technology out there capable of visiting us.
I guess nowadays you can say that most UFO's can be a quadcopter (drone). I suspect it can be something like that, but who knows. Maybe human-made
craft due to the lights changing/oscillating at regular intervals.
What would convince me of alien craft or very advanced human-made craft would be the flight patterns - something like a bee or a fly with biological
flight patterns, accelerating to very high speeds and slowing down. I suspect this is due to direct mind interfaces to the craft. These craft are
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