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Just to verify everyone agrees that black triangles exist right?

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posted on Aug, 14 2007 @ 12:12 AM
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Now whether they are extraterrestial or military, is debatable but no one can deny that there are unknown flying objects in the shape of triangles that have been spotted all over the world, am i correct.

My reason for asking is because if there are those that deny these objects existence must be in heavy denial & not worth talking with in regards to non-mainstream things, even though the black triangles are as mainstream as it gets in regards to unknown flying objects.




posted on Aug, 14 2007 @ 12:26 AM
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My reason for asking is because if there are those that deny these objects existence must be in heavy denial & not worth talking with in regards to non-mainstream things, even though the black triangles are as mainstream as it gets in regards to unknown flying objects.


But is that not a rather harsh way of putting it? Surely, those who don't believe in these unidentified black triangles must have their reasons; for instance, some may require empirical evidence - or else, write them off as known military aircraft such as the B2 and the F117.

I have never seen an unidentified 'black triangle'. In fact, I have neither seen the B2 nor the F117 in person, although I've seen videos of them in action. I know they are noisy craft - less spectacular, by comparison, to the "black triangles" that have been variously reported. And while I would like to believe that there are fantastic craft zipping around our skies, I haven't seen any. Therefore, it would be inappropriate for me to conclude that they do (or do not) exist: in the same way, it would be inappropriate for anyone who lacks the solid evidence to support their beliefs/theories, to do the same.

So -- unfortunately, no; at this time, the existence of unidentified black triangular craft is not unanimously accepted as fact. But as I have mentioned, there is a reason for that.

Cheers!


P/S: Edit for minor grammatical changes.

[edit on 8/14/2007 by Mr Jackdaw]



posted on Aug, 14 2007 @ 12:28 AM
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yes i agree that they exist. as for why? and what for? i dont really know but people have said they saw some that are like multiple football fields in size, so there is obvously a lot of stuff in them, or else why would they make a huge craft and leave it empty?



posted on Aug, 14 2007 @ 09:25 AM
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Here's a sketch-up I did of what we saw on Lake Erie's shoreline 2 years ago around Thanksgiving -- it doesn't show very well in this image but we could tell it was HUGE.




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posted on Aug, 14 2007 @ 09:38 AM
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wow thats an awesome diagram, was your sighting a daylight one? Can you give further details?

Have you heard of the Chris Gibson case, a trained member of the Royal Observer Corps saw a black shaped triangle craft in formation with other military aircraft (x2 stealths) and he was unable to identify it, now this man was trained to spot any type of aircraft..and it remained a mystery to him!

www.ufocasebook.com...


Originally posted by Palasheea
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posted on Aug, 14 2007 @ 09:39 AM
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Hold on a sec. I'm looking for an other thread where I described what we saw that day. I'll post it in a few minutes.



posted on Aug, 14 2007 @ 09:40 AM
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I think they exist and I think they are ours. Because of the F-117 Stealth, there is no reason (in my mind) to believe that they are anything more than an evolution of that type of craft.

The discs, I'm not so sure about.



posted on Aug, 14 2007 @ 09:55 AM
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I and 3 others I was with at the time saw 2 large triangles, one close up and one further away flying parallel with it. It was around 4 PM and even though it was a clear almost cloudless day, we saw colorful bright pulsing lights on the triangle that was hovering over the lake closer to us (edit:this is a copy/paste from another thread here where we were talking about possible reasons why there are lights on many UFOs) -- they were both flying by Lake Erie's shoreline. They were completely silent.
After I saw this, I then began to look up everything on the net about UFO triangles. Most articles talked about black triangles (only made the UFO in my sketch-up black to show shape better) but there's plenty of information about grey metallic triangle sightings too. The ones we saw were grey, not black. Anyway, I was to find that there have been many such sightings all over the world and here are a few facts from my research:
-- they are completely silent (the ones we saw were too)
-- they seem to travel in 2's
-- they are often reported to be seen over busy highway intersections
-- and they have colorful pulsing lights

The conclusion reached by those who have webpages set up on the net about such sightings is that such UFO's show up in such heavily populated areas as if THEY WANT TO BE SEEN!

Hence why they put on a complete show, colorful pulsing lights included.

We automatically assumed they were experimental military craft of some sort but how does one explain how they could hover in one place for a good many minutes and then, in a blink of an eye, shoot off into the wild blue yonder at a speed that's something out of star wars?

And then, a few minutes after those triangles were out of sight, 2 military jets thundered across the sky after them.

Were those triangles experimental aircraft? Well, whatever the case may be, believe me, these things exist and above is my personal witness to having seen them with my own two eyes.


Edit: I've talked to people who are somewhat 'in the know' about triangle UFOs and UFO's in general and the consensus is that what we saw that day were advanced military aircraft.



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posted on Aug, 14 2007 @ 10:09 AM
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my early post here

That's my account of what I saw in 1986

I have no doubt that they're real and have obviously been around for a while.



posted on Aug, 14 2007 @ 10:19 AM
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Pilgrim, thanks for that link... if it's ok with you (and the mods) I've copy pasted it here for easier reference.



Mod Edit: Big Quote – Please Review This Link.


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posted on Aug, 14 2007 @ 11:23 AM
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I was just reading over the "Has anybody seen an Aurora?" in the experimental aircraft forum here and thought this post by member 'thecry' made a few good points:
www.abovetopsecret.com...



posted on 11-7-2005 @ 04:35 (thecry)

I don't have to see the Aroura,I don't even care if this specific aircraft exists.
All I need to know is that the U.S goverment is spending over a 100 billion dollars on average for Classified/black projects.Even if they only spend 1/4 of that money on aircraft projects that's still 25 billion a year , and if they are spending 25 billion on aircraft projects then you have to wonder what the hell are they doing with the rest of the $75+ billion dollars?




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posted on Aug, 14 2007 @ 11:29 AM
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the black triangles are floating mind control experimentation faciluties.
they have absolutely nothing to with extraterrestrials or aliens, although they do sometimes house earth crafted greys. i think most of you can fill in the blanks from there.



posted on Aug, 14 2007 @ 11:44 AM
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Here's one of those Belgium UFO's being intercepted and chased by military jets.


Belgium in the early 1990's had a massive wave of ufo sightings all over the country, The belgium government finally came out and told the public about the issue and said about an incident where they scrambled belgium air force F16's to intercept one of these objects eventually one aircraft had a lock on to the object and then it zipped off out of sight at thousands of miles an hour, interesting stuff!!




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posted on Aug, 14 2007 @ 11:51 AM
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Originally posted by Desolate Cancer
Now whether they are extraterrestial or military, is debatable but no one can deny that there are unknown flying objects in the shape of triangles that have been spotted all over the world, am i correct.


I'll go as fas as to agree that people have seen objects, in the sky that look like black triangles, but they can't identify what they are.



posted on Aug, 14 2007 @ 12:14 PM
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Originally posted by Desolate Cancer
Now whether they are extraterrestial or military, is debatable but no one can deny that there are unknown flying objects in the shape of triangles that have been spotted all over the world, am i correct.

My reason for asking is because if there are those that deny these objects existence must be in heavy denial & not worth talking with in regards to non-mainstream things, even though the black triangles are as mainstream as it gets in regards to unknown flying objects.


Mainstream? Have you personally seen one up close or for that matter at a distance? I'm sure that 99.999.... of the US population has not seen one.
Do you base this undeniable fact of yours that they do exist on hearsay and video/pictures that can be either wrongly analyzed or doctored?

To say “no one can deny”, “heavy denial” or “mainstream” are rather strong words for something that has not been physically available in any way to the general public. Now if you were to replace Black Triangles with F-117 then you would have a point, but as of today Black Triangles are still an un-captured mystical beast.



posted on Aug, 14 2007 @ 01:09 PM
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Hmmm, on the other hand, I can't see that our enemies are going to think that triangle UFO's are flown by little green men with antennas. LOL. Does anyone here think that?

If you read over most of the reports on such sightings, many witnesses admit that they most likely are military aircraft BUT because they can do things that are 'out of this world', even those who think they are from military covert agencies are scratching their .s wondering if that's really where they are from for this reason. Wow!, because so many very credible witnesses have seen triangle UFOs doing totally out of this world maneuvers -- and other things too, then we are obviously hundreds of years a. in science and technology than what the regular military and NASA are letting on. Mind boggling isn't it?

But enemy governments don't have time to wax philosophical about aliens and flying saucers and rest assured, when they read up on all of the hundreds and hundreds of reports and photograph's of triangle UFO's that are seen all over the world, my guess is that they would have very good reasons to be concerned if US' technology is even more advanced than they ever imagined in their wildest dreams. I think this is why these triangles allow themselves to be seen so often. Lol.

But on the other hand, those same agencies who are manufacturing these crafts prefer that Americans (and Brittain's and Australians) think they are ET UFO's because of all our tax money that's going into those black budget projects that are producing such crafts. But a lot people already know that but apparently they are powerless to do anything about it.
I guess.
So, in summary, government covert agencies:
#1 -- want our enemies to know that we have such aircraft's as Black Triangles as a reminder on just how powerful we are...
#2 -- yet, they hope that the common citizen in America and all over the world will think these crafts are from ET's so they don't have to account for the 75+ Billion dollars spent in America alone on a yearly basis just to produce and deploy them!


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posted on Aug, 14 2007 @ 01:17 PM
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I've never really seen a good picture of a black triangle aircraft. Sure, I've seen the obligatory blurry lights at night in a triangle formation (useless evidence) and the hand drawn witness accounts (again, useless evidence) however I have seen nothing that make me blindly believe there are black triangles floating around the world. If these things are SO common, common enough to dismiss anybody who does not buy into your view, then I would expect there would be better evidence of their existence. It's called common sense.

Sure, there are plenty of examples of experimental aircraft, but they are not ran over the areas that a lot of people report these things I would guess.

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posted on Aug, 14 2007 @ 01:28 PM
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Originally posted by gyroscope
the black triangles are floating mind control experimentation faciluties.
they have absolutely nothing to with extraterrestrials or aliens, although they do sometimes house earth crafted greys. i think most of you can fill in the blanks from there.
I'd be interested to know how you came about this info?



posted on Aug, 14 2007 @ 01:31 PM
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Black triangles are, behind saucers and orbs, are the most common types of UFOs reported.

I think the Belgian wave cited above is the strongest evidence for their existence.

On the whole, their descriptions, which are remarkable in their consistency, only add to that evidence.

So on balance, I'd say yes they exist.

As to what they are, I'd also say that they are ours, the classified offspring of the F117 and the B2. Why is there no published or funded gov't research into anti-grav tech since the 50s & 60s? It's a big black hole. You have to assume they cracked the nut long ago and those so-called TR3s are the result.

Think about it--aerospace technology has been at standstill since the SST. We're still flying in planes that are just tweaked versions of 707s. All this stagnation in a crucial part of our technology, in a world barreling .long into the technological future?

I think not.

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posted on Aug, 14 2007 @ 01:33 PM
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Originally posted by gyroscope
"the black triangles are floating mind control experimentation faciluties.
they have absolutely nothing to with extraterrestrials or aliens, although they do sometimes house earth crafted greys. i think most of you can fill in the blanks from there."

"I'd be interested to know how you came about this info?"


Come on man, other than comedic value you really don't want to know, lol.

People who throw stuff like that out there and then proceed to give some sort of crazy reason for believing it, then tell everyone else they are not fools for believing (wait for it.....wait for it...) are what kills this whole section.

But, if he was kidding then I love his sense of humor, right on!

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