So we are outside watching the eclipse tonight. Where the moon was located the sky was pretty clear but to north of the moon the sky was filled with
clouds. Towards the end of the eclipse we glanced over to where all the clouds were and a giant V appeared in the sky. The strange thing was it was
a perfect V and all the clouds around the V had separated so the letter just stood right out. The V has huge. Of course went on my local community
Facebook page, Anaheim Hills Buzz and saw many other people had posted their pictures of the V (attached). There wasn’t a plane that we could see
that was making the pattern it was like it just appeared at of thin air. Very strange.
They could be aircraft contrails that are aligned with a navigation beacon. From the picture it looks like there are two dark strips of vegetation on
the ground. Perhaps the V shape is water vapor released by trees?
It truly was kind of creepy. The moon was moon was orange (blood red) and all the sudden this V just kind of formed out of nowhere. The last picture
I posted you can kind of get a good visual of how the sky looked, pretty thick with clouds and then all of the sudden the clouds parted and the
formation appeared. Actually some of my neighbors were really freaked out.
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I sincerely hope this is not contrails made by a group for promotional purposes, such as release of an upcoming movie. They would've known millions of
people would be tuned in to the sky and used it as a means for an advertisement perhaps? Get people talking and then release the information about
what they want to advertise.
I was talking with my wife and discussing the same thing. Maybe something viral. The formation was so perfect that we said it has to be deliberate.
The thing is the that the size and thickness of this shape was so large. I've never seen a sky writing plane be able to produce letters that thick in
width. Also, another thing is I would think is if they wanted as many people as possible to see this for something viral they would of done it over
L.A. not a small town in Orange County. Who knows though nowadays.
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