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The poster on dislosetv is named 'grey'. He posted both the San Fran and San Diego vids and this one which is also very intriguing:
They all seem to have been filmed(or posted) within the last week..very curious about that...
Another of "grey's"postings:
Australia also supposedly in filmed November.
Originally posted by wrangell76
Hmmm....interesting videos, especially the second one. When I saw those orbs in the SF video, I thought of the ones that were seen in South America recently, I think it was right before an earthquake. I wish I had the link to the video. Could a big one be on the way? I know one thing for sure, the area in Alaska where I live just got told we are due for a big one. Here is that news link: www.ktuu.com...
Originally posted by ZeroGhost
I have a definite belief that orbs, I call them probes, are all around, and I have my own proof. This might just be misidentification however and is understandable. I have years of astronomy and photography behind me and have been fooled many times. It makes you more demanding in observation.
We are due for a good sighting here, but I don't think this was it.
Originally posted by dk3000
We will be seeing a lot of this phenomenon in the coming days and it will not be long until the debunker's will finally have to shut the hell up and eat a big plate of crow- ah what a grand day that will be!
The video was superb and I believe it to be quite real.
Originally posted by Realtruth
Post your orb footage, please! I know that most people hear love that kind of stuff, especially me. Start you own thread.
Anyone else want to see his footage?
Originally posted by goosdawg
1st video - The distance is deceiving, seagulls are sea birds and patchy fog isn't gonna slow them down, keep in mind, these are "Fog City" seagulls!
Originally posted by Terrapop
There you go...
An earthquake light is an unusual luminous aerial phenomenon, similar in appearance to the aurora borealis, that appears in the sky at or near areas of tectonic stress, seismic activity or volcanic eruptions. The lights are most evident in the middle of an earthquake, although there are reports of lights that occurred after or even before the earthquake, as in the 1976 Tangshan earthquake.