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Multiple UFO's Over London on 02/01/07?

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posted on Feb, 3 2007 @ 12:05 PM
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This was posted by another member from the same thread.


Originally posted by Arkangel4time
ok Hrmmm...
www.rense.com...

Ok look at the pic from the Yucatan. 8 orbs in a circle with one in the center.

Sure seems like an increase in THIS type of sighting.

Or is it like when you buy a new car and then suddenly you see that car everywhere.( it was always there lol)



www.abovetopsecret.com...

[edit on 3-2-2007 by thehumbleone]




posted on Feb, 3 2007 @ 12:51 PM
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Ok, I have to force this conjecture onto the forum...

Assuming all these sightings are not of natural occurance, are they actually Alien craft, or could this be a test run of HAARP/Blue Beams holographic ability?

Just a thought - I know its a stretch - but we have to look at all angles right?



posted on Feb, 3 2007 @ 02:28 PM
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The arm wrestling continues but not for full disclosure, more on how much technology to drop down here---whether to pick up the pace or slow it down.


Here's my two bits. Please lobby Milton on my and 7 billion other human's behalf for low-polluting energy technology which is useful for stationary and movable power. We don't yet need warp drive but it would be fun.

However, with the twin upcoming cataclysms of peak oil and acclerating global warming, life here on Earth is going to grow exceedingly brutal and probably quite poor.

We need lower-cost low-pollution magic ET energy like yesterday. It's the only thing to save us from barbarism.

It would be OK if it gets dropped into some MIT & Caltech professor's labs and also Los Alamos. We don't have to know it comes from ET now (as that will delay acceptance which is necessary for rapid replacement of polluting and depleting fossil fuels).

If it is capable to make weapons even worse than H-bombs then we will need open ET contact to impose a weaponization ban.



posted on Feb, 4 2007 @ 06:38 PM
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Wow, this anon poster has a descriptive account of the London sighting PLUS he says he has video! I would suggest that he/she submit your vid to YouTube and post it back to us!!



Posted by anon_93902 on 04-02-07 @ 06:21 PM

This anonymous post is in response to ATS thread: Multiple UFO's Over London on 02/01/07?
My name is Cat and I am an IT lecturer in Camden London.
Sorry to say that I was there and saw these things. They were NOT STARS - they were large spheres, solid, red and orange texture like an organic substance (hence some people say orange some say red) - as if you were seeing a semi transparent skin with lights inside - but NOT in a balloon way. They were very low and there were about fifty of them at least - though the figure was nearer eighty I think - they came across from North to South in droves. They were only metres above the buildings.

I have video but when you watch it the streetlights make these things look like specks of white light - this is NOT what they looked like.The photo online is not representative of the motion or substance.

The whole street was stopped and watching - there must be more pictures out there. Police and helicopters were following.

It was really insane. They seemed to disappear into a spider like cloud trail., well kind of went up in the sky together like they were being sucked.

I have been trying to find out if they were UFO balloons but they seemed too round and too solid somehow.They were really weird.

I hope they were balloons but it doesn't sit right with me.

I will try to load the video or one of you guys can out your number up and I will text you the film.



posted on Feb, 4 2007 @ 10:54 PM
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I sure was hoping "Cat" was going to post the video.
I really want to see the London UFO's. I just watched that Nebraska one, and the Phoenix lights, and they sure do look a lot alike. I kinda want to see how much the London ones look the same, seems to be sort of a trend. The still pic doesnt really look like stars to me. I am by no means a UFO expert, (or even savvy amateur) but I have had a life long fascination with stars, and meteor showers, and they seem awful bright for a place like London that would have horrible light pollution. Just a thought.


JSR

posted on Feb, 5 2007 @ 12:48 PM
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Originally posted by damajikninja
Assuming all these sightings are not of natural occurance, are they actually Alien craft, or could this be a test run of HAARP/Blue Beams holographic ability?


i was going to say something like this too.

im not trying to discount the ufo possibility, but, could it be a secret governmet project test?

i mean, have any of these sightings happened outside of the west. could be a collaberative test of some sort.

are there major military bases around any sightings?



posted on Feb, 5 2007 @ 02:47 PM
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To Cat in camden,

If you need any help loading up the video, or doing some decent analysis on them, please drop me a u2u.. I'm in camden myself.



posted on Feb, 5 2007 @ 02:50 PM
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Originally posted by nowthenlookhere
To Cat in camden,

If you need any help loading up the video, or doing some decent analysis on them, please drop me a u2u.. I'm in camden myself.


She just posted it in the anon forum but the quality is fairly bad.

However, I'll give her an "A" for effort.



posted on Feb, 5 2007 @ 02:59 PM
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well I'm logged in now - not much i can do as it's a phone video film.
but now you can reach me here - send me your number and i can text it you if you want. I have five films.



posted on Feb, 5 2007 @ 03:09 PM
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HI Cat,

I just sent you a u2u.. should appear in the member center top right..

cheers



posted on Feb, 5 2007 @ 03:31 PM
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Originally posted by Catasha
My name is Cat and I am an IT lecturer in Camden London.
Sorry to say that I was there and saw these things. They were NOT STARS - they were large spheres, solid, red and orange texture like an organic substance (hence some people say orange some say red) - as if you were seeing a semi transparent skin with lights inside - but NOT in a balloon way. They were very low and there were about fifty of them at least - though the figure was nearer eighty I think - they came across from North to South in droves. They were only metres above the buildings.

...
I have been trying to find out if they were UFO balloons but they seemed too round and too solid somehow.They were really weird.

I hope they were balloons but it doesn't sit right with me.



Hi Cat,

Many thanks for taking the time to post your account and the first of the five videos.

For the benefit of those that have not seen the link you posted in the anon forum, the video is at the link below:
www.youtube.com...

You may have seen my relatively long post on the first page of this thread suggesting that the witnesses in Islington had seen a type of fire balloon, such as thai lanterns. That suggestion has since been echoed by several other researchers in England (including at least one that initially had strong doubts about this explanation).

I'd be grateful if you could expand on your comment that the lights looked like "a semi transparent skin with lights inside - but NOT in a balloon way".

One British UFO group (APRA) has reported that a witness (with a degree in astrophysics) from North London contacted APRA on the evening of the sighting, having seen 50+ lights moving NE over his location at 1730 hrs. On 3 February, having done his own research with importers/retailers of fire balloons/lanterns in the UK, and checked videos of such lanterns in flight, he got back to APRA. He concluded that he had indeed been watching a launch/flight of such lanterns, and acknowledged he had misinterpreted something he was seeing for the first time.

Similarly, a lady who contacted another British UFO group (MARA)
accepted the lantern explanation with some disappointment. Bill Bimson of MARA said to her let me guess, orange coloured, moving slowly, drifting with the wind and she answered yes straight away.

For the purposes of comparing and contrasting fire balloons with what you recall seeing, you may be interested in the footage of fire balloons / thai lanterns at the following link:
www.youtube.com...

and also the video half way down the following webpage:
www.ufos-aliens.co.uk...

In the light of the additional witness evidence released by additional UFO groups, the fire balloon / thai lantern explanation is looking increasingly likely to be generally accepted.

The witness evidence generally in accord with the classic accounts given of fire balloons.

Kind Regards,

Isaac Koi



posted on Feb, 5 2007 @ 03:35 PM
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Cat, you said it was like looking at the lights through something?


..as if you were seeing a semi transparent skin with lights inside..


Is this anything like what you saw?




posted on Feb, 5 2007 @ 03:35 PM
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The interesting thing, at least going by the youtube video (I haven't received the orginals yet), is the movement... the two or three objects seem to dart around the sky, rather than float in loosely the same direction as baloons would..

still, hopefully the originals will give a slight clearer view.



posted on Feb, 5 2007 @ 07:38 PM
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Originally posted by IsaacKoi
For the benefit of those that have not seen the link you posted in the anon forum, the video is at the link below:
www.youtube.com...

That is the wrong one. I think you meant to post this one.

www.youtube.com...

I's not very clear, but I do see some lights moving that seem to be faster than any latern would move.



posted on Feb, 6 2007 @ 02:14 AM
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Originally posted by Hal9000
That is the wrong one. I think you meant to post this one.

www.youtube.com...


Indeed. Thanks. Something went wrong with all my cutting and pasting of links.

Isaac



posted on Feb, 6 2007 @ 03:22 PM
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There is now an article dated 6 February 2007 on the website of the Hornsey & Crouch End Journal News entitled "Crowds spooked by UFO mystery" at the link below:
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It reports that "People screamed and cars came to a halt when dozens of mysterious lights hovered above Archway [London] this week".

The "squadron" of flying orange objects reportedly left passers-by staring in disbelief at around 5.30pm last Thursday. Police received four calls within minutes.

This is the same time as the multiple witness sighting over Islington (London) already being discussed in this thread.

The article includes description of the orange lights from several witnesses, which again are classic descriptions of fire balloons / thai lanterns.

One of the witnesses in this new press article actually voices the "fire balloon" explanation I suggested in my first post in this thread.

This witness said that he thought the phenomenon was caused by "sky lanterns" or "UFO balloons" - one-off miniature hot air balloons that can be ordered online for use at parties. They consist of a plastic bag about 28ins tall which are lit with a paraffin block, burn for up to 10 minutes and float as far as 1,000 metres up into the sky.

So far, this makes a total of at least 3 witnesses to the London sightings at about 5.30pm on Thursday 1 February 2007 that have either expressed the fire balloon theory or agreed with it when put to them.

I think that the descriptions given by these witnesses, when taken in conjunction with the descriptions I've referred to above, confirm beyond any reasonable doubt the cause of the relevant sightings:

The relevant sightings were caused by fire balloons / thai lanterns.

Kind Regards,

Isaac Koi



posted on Feb, 6 2007 @ 06:26 PM
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Originally posted by IsaacKoi

For the purposes of comparing and contrasting fire balloons with what you recall seeing, you may be interested in the footage of fire balloons / thai lanterns at the following link:
www.youtube.com...

and also the video half way down the following webpage:
www.ufos-aliens.co.uk...

In the light of the additional witness evidence released by additional UFO groups, the fire balloon / thai lantern explanation is looking increasingly likely to be generally accepted.

The witness evidence generally in accord with the classic accounts given of fire balloons.

Kind Regards,

Isaac Koi



That video wasnt proved to be lanterns tho.. it says this..



Apparently, the BBC in his area finally got their act together and have come up with the theory that the objects are probably Thai lanterns which were launched from a nearby wedding party. He disagrees. According to an employee from a company called 'Sky Lanterns' that imports them, they only last for 10 minutes anyway - so that does not explain how they could have been seen over an hour later and spotted by eyewitnesses more than 20 miles apart



Tho i still dont know. Im in London and its not been on the news but then i dont expect it will be for another 3 years or something!

I tend to believe it could be real cause its a bit of a coincidence i just made my profile yesterday and now im hearing of 'Squadrons' of UFOs down the road and ive only just seen this post



[edit on 6-2-2007 by Black_Sheep_Squadron]



posted on Feb, 7 2007 @ 07:27 AM
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The Hornsey & Crouch End Journal News also had this to say:



Less than 30 minutes later, similar "strange orange lights" were spotted miles away above Kings Lynn, East Anglia.



King's Lynn really is miles and miles away. way outside London.



posted on Feb, 7 2007 @ 11:34 AM
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2/07 Updated Story


UFO light show stuns crowds
nlnews@archant.co.uk
07 February 2007
Cars had stopped. It was kind of eerie,"" said eyewitness Tom Cull
Cars had stopped. It was kind of eerie,"" said eyewitness Tom Cull
PEOPLE screamed and cars came to a halt when dozens of mysterious lights hovered thousands of feet above Archway.

The "squadron" of flying orange objects left passers-by staring skyward in disbelief at around 5.30pm last Thursday. Police received four calls within a matter of minutes.

Alix McAlister, 34, a market stall trader from Bredgar Road, Archway, said: "I just picked up my son from nursery in Bredgar Road. I had just come out of the door when I noticed what was going on in the sky.

"There were a group of them - 10 to 15 of them moving together. My first impression was that they reminded me of a squadron of aeroplanes in formation. But they didn't have a proper formation and they were all moving at the same speed.........



posted on Feb, 7 2007 @ 03:38 PM
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Here's another report of a sighting in the UK

‘If it was a plane it was a huge one’

Former Met police officer Merv Nymn was enjoying a crafty cigarette on Wednesday evening when he claims to have spotted a UFO hovering above the hostel on Peartree Lane, WGC.

The sighting is the first since we revealed dozens of people spotted paranormal lights over Times Territory in November last year.

Merv told the WHT he saw what looked like the shape of a massive spacecraft with lights in a triangular formation.

"I've never seen anything like it before," he said.

Link to the story



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