originally posted by: nOraKat
There were flares and then there was also a triangular UFO the size of almost a football field. There was both.
The triangular craft had lights on each corner and also a red glow in the middle.
It flew over several military bases and I think flew over 2 states. There were thousands of witnesses and it was even chased down by police officers
who have their account.
I am glad you said it.
The governor of Arizona saw it and swore he looked up to see the black form move over the city.
The people of the city saw it and started reporting it.
As soon as the people reported it, the military got planes in the air to drop flairs, people took pics of the flares. No one got good pics of the UFO
because the UFO wasn't "lit" through much/any of it.
As it is written in an excellent book that I wrote, (he he) here is a fictional conversation between an alien ("Tay") and a young person that I think
says it well and did the same thing the military did, confuse the issue:
Young Person: “You gotta understand, I knew about aliens before I knew girls were hot. So, I was always watching the old stuff, things that
happened when I was young. But, I’ve never seen anything about a half mile long triangle over Phoenix - just some lights the military says were
"Of course, that’s bull #. But, all I saw on the net was some moving lights. They looked like UFOs, like more than one, many. I mean, yeah, it
was a good sighting. I think everyone knows it was a good sighting. But, I didn’t hear anything about a half mile long triangle and I damn sure
didn’t hear anything about it being on radar coming from southern Nevada.”
Tay shook his head hard and spoke firmly. “Ain’t no video of the real triangle! Some folks tried to shoot the video, but the thing was goin’
all black, no lights, nothin’. Mostly people that saw it was too busy pickin’ their face up off the cement while watchin’ this thing crawl over
their city. Even the damn dogs ain’t barkin’ at it. It wasn’t so much somethin’ to see, so much as feelin’ the fcker up there. They talked
about the dark triangle on the news the first couple nights, but then after that, over the next while, they only covered the stuff they got video of
– the lights.
“At the time, I wasn’t on service down on Earth, feel me? I was doin’ my regular stuff up on the SuB. We went sht-storm crazy while it was
happenin’ ‘cause we didn’t know what the hell they was doin’. It looked to us that like they might be drunk enough that they was about to set
it down at the “B” terminal and start tellin’ people that they’s aliens or somethin’. We didn’t know.
“So, what I did, an’ I’m not positive I made the right move, but anyway, I got some of my squads and got ‘em movin’ in some regular old,
run of the mill saucers, you know? We lit’ up Phoenix like bar in Cabo. We sent saucers flyn’ around, all the stuff people tend to associate with
the word ‘UFO’.
"We figured we gotta do somethin’ to normalize stuff out, right? Like a regular ole’ UFO sighting, you know, no big deal. Of course, we also
wanted to be right there in case they did put the bad boy down at the airport.
“The ones we sent down were the lights, of the “Phoenix Lights.”
“Those are the ones that I saw on the internet?”
Tay worked himself up. “See, that’s the point. You saw ours. Buncha crazy ass lights, right? Regular ole’ UFOs, just like normal, can’t tell
much of a thing.
“People saw the video on the news and they’s in two camps. Them that’s lookin’ at them and thinkin’, 'I’ll be damned, the bug-eyes are at
it again.' And those that ain’t never believed nothin’ about nothin’ is a UFO and believin’ what the military told them. They believed all
those lighted up saucers flying in formation for an hour above their city was only the military, dropping flares off in the desert sixty miles away.
“But, no one, not one person, that saw the big black triangle silently glide over their homes, doesn’t know the thing was a real fckin’ deal
UFO. Not. one. person.”