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Originally posted by salsaking
OK and one more thing. Other than a few members, 90% of the posts in this thread are from anonymous users. Go through the thread and read their posts. Nearly all of them start out exactly the same:
"I live in ________ and I have also seen this star. It twinkles many colors"
I mean come on, this is all being dragged on and on by probably the same person... never actually supplying one bit of real information.
Every post from an anonymous user in this thread has no line breaks, they're all very similar. And here's how most of them start out:
I live in Bowling Green, Kentucky
i live in a village called cadaques on the costa brava in spain
i live in maryland on the eastern shore
I live in the washington dc area.
I live in central florida also & I noticed a bright star like you describe a few minutes ago
I live in Southern California
i live in York, England
I live in Cleveland Ohio
I live in Illinois, America
i live in missouri and have a porch that faces west
We live on Toledo Bend Reservoir
I live in Baton Rouge, LA.
I live in Lafayette, IN
I live in Southern Illinois near St. Louis.
I am from Longview, TX
I live in London
I live in Oregon, USA
I live on the Oregon coast
The star we're talking about isn't a mystery, this thread is!
[edit on 12-3-2009 by salsaking]
Originally posted by couldbe
Heya - came across this chat and thought i'd pass on a bit of info. Share International, put out a magazine the follows the idea of the coming of Maitreya. Maitreya is surpose to be this old, old, old, wise, wise lovly dude, that would be sitting at the end of the table even if he was at Juesus's place for dinner. Apparantly the two are back in town(earth) and hanging out. Would they eat? do they have to eat? and if they were at a table - they probably wouldn't care who sat where and it would probably be a round table. Anyways they started talking about a star in the sky to watch out for last year. . . and now say its a spaceship. Cool - luckily lifes not the movies or we would all have to listen to our grannies records.
[edit on 11-10-2009 by couldbe]
Originally posted by abercombiboi
....The strangest observations to date is that this object has moved over weeks in relation to other stars and has a strange "orbit." When first observed in october 2010 it was located in the SE sky and now due east(nov 2010).
We know this because orion's belt has not moved!! Over a 1 hour nightly observation we have seen this object move rapidly south then cut back north but always moving up...