posted on Oct, 28 2008 @ 02:55 PM
All of the ins and outs of cameras aside, I have to say I've seen good solid UFOs that hold up to the name only three times. Once it was right above
me and I had nothing with me at the time. Even if I had, I'm not sure I would have had time to snap more than a few imagines before it was completely
gone. The other two I witnessed were from an extreme distance and even when we got very close to the object it was a royal pain to get an angle on it
so that we felt we could justify pointing it out as anything but a plane.
I swear that the things have either got the greatest luck in the entire universe for appearing in places way off or hard to reach. That or they
intentionally set themselves up that way.
Ever notice that the majority of UFO photos and videos seem to be low to the ground? Maybe it's because people don't spend alot of time looking up
at the sky anymore or maybe its something else.
Alot of things with UFO photos don't make sense. The videos were for a little while more convincing. Then public technology got to the point where it
became fairly easy to fake something and once again it was back to having to trust search.
I'm fairly convinced from the things I have seen that some, though not the majority, of UFOs are real. Now, what exactly that means? Well, I'd make
a fair bet that a few of them are sprites, elfs, or the like... speaking of the atmospheric phenomenon. I don't really buy into crop circles being
anything but an intelligent design because of how some of them come with identifiable pictures and that those pictures have messages. People are
getting dumber and making something like that all in one night without messing up the crops with some entry path really makes it hard to say how a
person could fake something like that. And there is alot of very involving geometry.
So, not to get too far off topic, how to video tap a UFO or photograph one is I think something that most people honestly don't take time to
consider. I deeply commend you for posting this.
I think honestly people need to start really marking out hotspots in a little more serious way. Like, get a few astrologers from the Order of the
Golden Dawn, as they seem to have a good ability with the things. Apply astrology to historical sitings and make a chart of times that the things
appear, by second, hour, day, month, and season, and then compare that with the stars. That should cover most of the bases. Then go back and figure
out if they are attracted to water, avoid water, or whatever else might attract them to the spot. Relate when they come around to seasonal events like
the equinox and so forth and relate that to other sitings and whatever other unrelated materials or only vaguely related till you come up with a
commonality. THEN do try to figure out where they typically are sited most in the sky and compare that with ALL of your previous data with new time
devoted to looking for new relationships within the previous data also. Then maybe something will make sense in exactly how to understand when, where,
how, and why these things are showing up and also where they might next time.