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posted on Jun, 11 2009 @ 03:35 PM
Always watch the skies.

posted on Jun, 11 2009 @ 03:38 PM
and the ufos i saw were not really impressive, but they were definitely ufos and i could not identify either, and i dont buy the weather balloon explanation or the polars northstar explanation because it wasnt facing north.

I dont know if they were advanced aliens from another planet, but they definitely weren't a plane, helicopter, weather balloon, blimp, satellite or star, that's for sure.

posted on Jun, 11 2009 @ 04:26 PM
hi Greeneyedleo

I think you have nothing to worry about, you are very young and probably you will see things when the right time comes. I am not saying that seeing them is a good thing, (for me it was traumatic), but it kind of reassures to be a witness when you believe in something.

So don´t worry, and BTW just to speculate, maybe you have seen them, but you weren´t aware of their presence, it happens sometimes...

Just a thought

All the best


posted on Feb, 20 2010 @ 03:10 PM
2 reasons.

1. There's always limitations in that you might be watching 1 area of sky, and a UFO will zip past behind your head (or above) without you even knowing about it, weather conditions, Linear sight, obstacles and the fact your not consciouslly looking for UFO activity 24/7.

2. I also believe that the Human Mind has become so brainwashed into not believing in UFO existance, that we automatically correlate anything "odd" into something as a Satellite, Chinese Lantern, Meteor etc. Its the ones who are "open-minded" and use certain mind-relieving chemicals which allow them to open up to the harminous pitch of the Universal sound.

posted on Feb, 20 2010 @ 03:28 PM
Can it be that your supernatural experiences prevent your UFO experiences? I am in a similar position to you. I have even been to Warminster (England) which was a UFO hotbed at one time. I saw nothing but have seen Chinese lanterns (last week) and the planet Jupiter in the daylight (twice). Seeing the UFOs seem to send some people nuts or certainly change their move of thinking towards the odd end of the human behaviour. They are not wrong but just odd.

posted on Feb, 20 2010 @ 05:08 PM
I'm 54 and have never seen a UFO. Believe me, I really REALLY want to see one, experience what others have seen and recounted, but so far nothing, nada, ZIP!

Someone mentioned above me that we shape our reality based on what we believe.... well

I believe that we are being visited, and have been throughout history. I believe that at least some UFOs are extra-terrestrial in nature. I believe and trust the testimony of countless pilots, radar operators, engineers, astronomers, policemen, etc.

Why haven't I seen one? ... lol

It's not for want of looking up at the sky.... Even now I take my pet husky for her evening walk and spend most of it looking up.

I almost had a 'hit' during Christmas time, saw some strange unblinking lights, follwing each other all heading in the same direction. Turned out to be chinese lanterns, released from a nearby celebration/fireworks display.

@ the OP ... You're definitely not alone

posted on Feb, 20 2010 @ 05:24 PM
I never actually looked for them, but have seen them more than a few times. I agree that people see what they want to see, and then disregard the rest. (Thanks, P. Simon)
Actually, want to see a spaceship? Walk outside and look down at the ground you are standing on. We live on a spaceship, Spaceship Earth. One time my son and I were driving back fro a thing, on back roads, and my son's Mom was asleep in the back seat of the car. We saw a light in the distance, then the light began to come down to the grond, and sat down on the ground, and we stopped the car and got out to see this craft, possibly from another world. My son woke up his Mom, saying, "Mom, get up and look at this spaceship!" She did, got up, stepped out of the car, and looked where we pointed to. Later as we drove on, we were discussing this happening. My son asked him Mother what she thought of it, and she replied with, "what? I saw nothing." She is a die hard Christian, and there are no UFOs in her bible, so....they do not exist in her world.

Yes, I have seen them, and every experience left an impression on me, it changed everything about me. I thought and spoke differently. My world outlook was different. Every experience was not pleasant either, one nice alien woman I spent some time with was destroyed for taking me where she was not supposed to be. I feel sad every time I think of her. Was she a real alien? I confess I have no way of knowing. she did some pretty fantastic things, like making walls disappear, and making spring happen in the middle of winter. She had a spacecraft. I miss her. Keep looking, you will see them.

posted on Feb, 20 2010 @ 05:30 PM
reply to post by autowrench

Do you have anymore similar storys Auto? And where'd the Alien take you? And how do you know she was destroyed?

posted on Feb, 20 2010 @ 05:52 PM
reply to post by greeneyedleo

Well, at risk of sounding like a crazy the only thing I could advise you to do is to set aside a time where you can spend the whole night camped out under the stars.

The time I saw my first UFO (2008) I was actually calling out to them with my mind and was deep in meditation while looking straight up into the sky. I remember that I was more or less begging them to show me a sign and asking if they were really that happy to sit back and watch us suffer at the whims of others through war and greed.

Yes my whining went on like that for about an hour and by the time that hour was up I had been shown proof that they are up there and from the white flashes that signified their appearance it seems to me that they are hidden in plain sight all the time and they are many because it did not take long for my calls to be answered.

My method involved a stream of consciousness lancing straight up toward a targeted star for frame of reference and once I was happy I was out the limit of atmosphere I imagined the stream ending in a spreading disc from where I “transmitted” my communications.

Aye I know it really does sound crazy but not as crazy as pointing out that my method brought very rich results to the point I stood up with my mouth open and literally fell over and broke something in my attempts to keep the UFO’s in sight.

The next time I do this I am taking a camera with me though to be fair I did have one near but I was in such awe the last thing I wanted to do was take my eyes off the things above me.

For anyone that wishes to call me a wacko or deny my story I shrug because I know what I saw and I have had many people tell me I cam crazy though I know I am as sane as you or the next person. They are up there and they watch us all the time, I am certain of this and in answering my mental anguish within an hour proves to me that they have a powerful psychic ability and they watch us with more than just eyes.

I am happy to be called a wacko or to be called a liar, I know what I saw that night and I would blast through a polygraph so to the many naysayers in this forum I simply shrug, nod and grin.

[edit on 20-2-2010 by SmokeJaguar67]

posted on Feb, 20 2010 @ 07:07 PM
reply to post by greeneyedleo

You're in good company as the majority of people never see anything unusual either. But don't be sad

posted on Feb, 20 2010 @ 07:39 PM
I've seen plenty of things I couldn't identify, but never anything that I couldn't guess as to what it was. I've never seen anything do any zipping around, teleporting, or any of the other "UFO" style movements.

Then, I've also seen things that I couldn't identify that looked exactly like what one would expect a flying disk to look like; Disk-shaped, shiny, hovering, etc. When that happens, I keep my eyes on them, and they've always turned out to be airplanes or helicopters (airplanes can look very disk-shaped when they're flying toward or away from you, and appear to hover as well).

I still think there's a lot of wishful thinking misidentification going on.

posted on Feb, 21 2010 @ 02:59 AM
you may have never seen a ufo... but that doesnt mean that they have never seen you.

im sorry i just had to creep you out. lol.
i dunno man.just in the wrong place at the right time? or something of that place and time phrase.

posted on Feb, 21 2010 @ 03:09 AM
I am in my 40's and over a period of thirty years i have seen over 60 ufos.I even took the granchildren out one night looking for ufos and seen 3 within 40 minutes.I guess some people seem to attract ufos.

posted on Feb, 21 2010 @ 03:35 AM
I've seen plenty of thing's in the sky which look pretty weird at first but are alway's explainable once you stop and think about it for a second sadly but it's always something like a like a meteor or a satellite or a chinese lantern etc.

I admit it would be so cool to see something that you or other people can't explain though so i'm always going to look out for it until i see it which i admit i may never will but ya never know.

posted on Feb, 21 2010 @ 04:07 AM
I have never seen a UFO.
But even if I did I wouldn't believe it is ET. I know about Vril. If the craft landed and a grey came out, I probably still would not believe it. Yes, I am the kid in the pic who is pulling the beard off Santa.

posted on Feb, 21 2010 @ 05:04 AM
reply to post by greeneyedleo

Because, from what I know about you, you have spent a lot of time around airfields and know what an airplane looks like.

I am in sort of the same boat,

posted on Feb, 21 2010 @ 07:28 AM
Maybe it's not the reason why you are here. Everyone and everything has a purpose or fullfilment, quest, goal...they decided to experience this lifetime. Yours is probably different. But i will wish you the best of luck of experience something out of this world !

posted on Feb, 21 2010 @ 07:53 AM

Originally posted by humanunnaki
It's not in your karmic plan? Just guessing.
Or ... how much time do you actually gaze at the night sky or even the day sky? I'd wager not much.
Maybe it's just an "odds" thing. The more time you spend actually looking up, the better chance you have. It would also help to live in an area with a high percentage of verified sightings (more than one witness and/or video/film footage). Make an effort to address these points and you may become one of the "lucky".

People who have a higher awareness are more likely to catch an unusual object in the sky. Most people don't have that much awareness of anything. And for the fortunate few, we have incredible awareness such as myself and I suppose humanunnaki as well.

I would suggest that the best option to seeing more sightings is just work on increasing one's own ability to be aware of one's own surroundings. Then one should be able to see a UFO every once and a while. Do note it takes time to see a UFO and one must be patient.

posted on Feb, 21 2010 @ 01:54 PM
reply to post by greeneyedleo

I personally do not believe that anyone is predisposed to seeing them. I think it is like most evrything else. Pure chance. It's not as if you won't ever see one for sure. The chances of you seeing one goes up when you look more often.

I have only seen UFO one time and I look at the sky a lot. It's just the way it goes. Some ppl get struck by lightning 4 times lol.

posted on Feb, 21 2010 @ 02:11 PM
Interesting this got bumped
I enjoyed reading what I had to say 2 years ago when I was not only very new to ATS, but very new to the whole UFO phenomenon.

So, I guess an update:

After 2 years later and living in a state that people "claim" has much UFO activity; after living in an area that has no light pollution and being able to see the sky and the stars oh so clear - and sky watching every night there are clear skies; after the countless stories I have read here and the countless amounts of photos/videos; after all of this.....I still have yet to see anything that would be considered a UFO. All things in the sky I see are 100% explainable as Earthly origin, or stars/planets/satellites.

In fact, I am more skeptical now than I ever was based on the stuff I read here and the fact Ive been all over and never seen anything and most people I know have never seen anything. *sigh*

And a PS. To those who say: "well look up more". I can not look up anymore than I do. I am obsessed with looking up and searching
Please do not say "you must not be looking up enough" or "you must not be aware enough" or "you need to look up more". I live in Colorado where I spend mass amounts of time outside - day and night. I live in a part of CO that has no light pollution. I have a daughter who also loves to sky gaze at all times and continually asks: what is that? I am actually very aware of my surroundings at all times (not just due to sky watching). Since coming to ATS I look up way more than I look down. This goes for when I'm even driving (as I have a topless vehicle

But, I will keep looking up and hoping

[edit on February 21st 2010 by greeneyedleo]

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