posted on Aug, 27 2005 @ 12:58 AM
Hi, I would like to do an experiment involving as many ATS members as possible. It would be a good Idea if this (Sunday 28th),( Monday 29th), (Tuesday
30th), around the specified times that will be provided. We can do a simultaneous skywatch. I think this would increase are chances to spotting a real
UFO. If someone does have the luck and spots one, then they obviously would have to take pics, video, audio, etc. and present it here. It would be a
really cool thing if we can actually film something.
best morning hours, best Afternoon, best night
Times to watch: (8am to 11am) (2pm to 4pm) (7pm to 9pm)
Please take a good fifteen minutes or more for the skywatch. If does not fit schedule please look anytime.
I know that work, school, and scheduled picnics could pose a problem, so for the people who can't skywatch at the scheduled times I suggest they do
it at their most convenient time. But still, this means that we would have different people scanning the skies probably at different times on these
Type of UFO desired: Extraterrestrial, U.S. other country, spiritual, etc.
Type of UFO excluded: Yahweh’s famous balloons, trash bags, RC saucers, hubcap jobs, top hat, toy ships etc. (please don’t be foolish and take
pics of these items)
Most common types to look for:
1. Spherical (Most famous these day’s) If looking during the day, these suckers usually are flying up high and can mostly be found early morning and
at anytime at night. Warning, high rates of these are confused with party balloons. Must have a good zoom to distinguish these from our favorite party
2. Flying triangles, (huge wave of sightings these days) most commonly seen at night. Largest flying ships to date. (I think)
3. Famous, and always elusive, “Flying Saucer”. These suckers started it all, wonder where they are now? Come in different sizes, small to
4. Flying Humanoid (superman-like beings who fly with capes)
5. Needle UFO, Like the Tim Edwards Colorado UFO, (early morning hours, they hide next to the sun) Must use some sort of ledge to shade the sun away.
(Warning, do not look directly to the sun, you will go blind)
6. Cylindrical UFO (most common during day time hours)
Any other UFO are welcome, but like I said earlier, these are probably the most famous and are flying around our skies almost daily. So don’t be shy
in showing us a your pic of a squid like entity if you see one.
1. Binoculars ( These work perfectly for spotting UFO)
2. Camera, camcorder, telescope cam, etc.
3. Notepad for documentation. Please take time, place, witnesses, your emotions while seeing the event, physical changes in surrounding, etc.
4. Compass ( usually go berserk when low flying UFO are present)
5. High-powered flashlight for signaling the skies (might catch the attention of a UFO at night.)
All skywatchers must think positively, Positive thinking attracts positive things. If one thinks positively about seeing a UFO, he might have a better
chance at actually seeing one. It is said that extraterrestrial can tune in to your thoughts. That they communicate via ESP (Extrasensory Perception),
so try an send mental messages about how you are out side and you want them to show themselves. ( It sounds corny I know, but it just might work.)
Also, some Alien ships might not want to be seen. If you see one, they’ll try and make you forget the whole event. They’ll send you telepathic
messages that will confuse you, making you forget or do other weird stuff like, to go and play a video game, make you suddenly sleepy (at anytime day
or night), or make you do other stuff which you might not ordinarily do. If you feel the sudden urge to do something really strange, while seeing a
UFO, write it down and try to stay put. Take as much photos and video as possible. Give out mental messages that you want them to leave you alone, to
get out of your head and thoughts.
With this said, we can start our sky watch. If you don’t like my idea, or disagree, please refrain from spoiling this experiment. I know lots of you
will be thinking what a bunch of crap and so forth, but I ask that you respect this attempt to try and spot a real UFO. We can discuss your negative
feelings after the experiment. Doing so before might debilitate the confidence level of the positive ski watchers.
[edit on 27-8-2005 by Cabanman]