posted on Aug, 19 2007 @ 01:04 PM
To answer the question posed above: The craft was flying ' flat ' meaning that the three lights were flying over us, one light in front ( the
direction of travel ) and the other two behind. Then, when it moved past us and rose a bit, the craft stopped, turned up so the single light was at
the top and the two other lights on the bottom, and then slowly cartwheeled off into the eastern sky, to the right.
It was not fast, but slow, clearly wheeling away.I remember thinking how impossible it would be for a human inside to stand the motion; one has to
imagine some compartment inside that stays ' flat ' while the rest turns around it, know what I mean? Otherwise, the people inside would have been
turning over and over. Obviously, there has to be some way that is defeated..OR the lights could have been simply phased so that it appeared to be
spinning, but that did not seem to be the case watching it.
It boggled our minds for sure, especially the cartwheeling. As for finding a place to watch the sky and tracking flight paths, I will do so soon.
There are never any low altitude flights over us, ever, except for occasional helicopters that support the Forest Service. All flights out of
Asheville, the closest city, about 50 miles away, are well above us when passing and the only other flights, from Atlanta, which is about 250 miles
away are always at cruising speed and way up high. We see the massive cehmtrail flights clearly and this area is inundated with chemtrail all year
long; BUt they have stopped for the past month or so, basically none lately whereas previously they were a daily reality.
There is a place near here that has a long history of anomalous lights, called the Brown Mountain lights, which have puzzled people for ages. It is
reputed to be ghostly rather than UFO'ish but I may make a trek there soon and see what up from the top of Brown Mtn. and report back here.
There are flashing lights seen here often, bright and shimmering, hovering, that many have seen. My Dad saw one not long ago and was stunned as he
lives way up high on a mtn. top and sees all the usual stuff that is supposed to be there, but he told me that he saw one recently that really stuck
in his mind, too bright for a star, too close..in the atmosphere, moving in a swaying motion, sort of a lopsided circling around itself..which then
disappears after a while, just blinks out.
I am going to get an infrared camera soon and will mount a mission to make a real study of the sky and see if I can get some pics to share. On a
side note: Many people end up here for reason they really do not understand: Example: I have met quite a few, much more than common, people who state
that they ended up in this area by ' chance ' or were drawn here for a vacation and just stayed. There is a ' special ' feeling to this area; it
is a ' protected area ' to may and a place where the elememnst of water, air and fortress like mtn's provide some measure of confort for many who
feel that we may soon need an ' escape ' place to go in the case of natural or man made catastrophe.
It is one of the few areas on the East coast that affords protections that might realy help in a crisis. So many people I have met claim to be here
because they simply were ' drawn ' here and they felt uncomfortable leaving. In the case of disaster, this area might be very goof for survival.
Just down the road from me, over in the next county, Eric Rudolph was able to avoid detection for 5 years from the Feds just by foraging and relying
on mountain people, who are notorioulsy anto-fed and who give food and help to just about anyone who stumbles in and asks for it, no questions asked.
Rudolph finally got caught behiond a grocery store in a dumpster and surrendered rather than kill the lone cop who saw him or keep running. Not ONE
local ever assisted the Feds in their manhunt; this is a live and let live place and the people do not feel a need to do the cops job for them. Quite
a unique place.
If a person walks up to a home here in the mtn's and asks for food or clothing or help, no one asks personal questions or gets nosy, just being
neighborly is enough for us. But anyway, I will mount a trek soon to Brown Mtn, and report any results . I will update any progress I make with a post
or new thread if I find anything really interesting from my jaunts around the mtn.s. Best to all!!