posted on Jul, 9 2008 @ 10:28 PM
Up until tonight, I have been one of the vocal skeptics in UFO phenomena...until now.
I am not going to tell you that a bipedal evolved fish-man came into my apartment and I knifed him to death after he tried to take a hold of my
girlfriend...I am not going to tell you that my blinds fell out of my window after I woke up during an alien encounter...and I am not going to tell
you that I was taken in a beam of light to an area of unknown origin where gray aliens communicated with me telipathically...I am simply going to tell
you what happened to me tonight.
Recently, online and on the news (CNN) I had been hearing a lot about "Star-like objects, moving in the sky," and I have taken heed to it. Tonight,
was the first clear night since this weekend outside of Pittsburgh, PA where I currently reside. I decided to take a gamble, and look up at the stars
for about twenty minutes.
Making my way up to our "Chapel" (the highest point on campus, I live on a local college campus that is away from the city, no light pollution) I
lied down and relaxed At first, I made out the Big Dipper and some various other stars that surrounded it. I got a Point of Reference, which is
something I think is incredibly important when you observe anything in space. I stared at this area of space for approximately 10 minutes, laying on
my back, enjoying a cigarette. When the first cigarette burned out, I simply flicked it to the side. About five minutes later I saw an airplane pass
overhead. When the airplane was out of view, I noticed a flash, a "new star" towards the upper-part of the big dipper. Intrigued, I observed this
"new star" for a few moments, when I began to realize it was moving in conjunction with the Big Dipper, southwards. This "new star" had an
intense brightness to it, one like I had never seen before. As I continued to watch this "new star" I began to notice it's pulsating quality. It
was pulsating from brighter to darker at about three seconds per interval. I tracked this, when suddenly it made a sharp, 85 to 90 degree turn and
flashed to a much more luminescent brightness, and then "out of existence" as I describe it. After this experience I lit up a cigarette and said to
myself "Bring it on." Unfortunately nothing happened, and I ended up getting up and walking back to my apartment.
Now, I have recently read the Starlike Objects thread, and have heard various locals, nationals and international people corroborate this story. I
never thought I would see it myself. The reason I have not posted this in JustJoeMusic's thread, is because it was my first "true" sighting of
what I believe was an alien craft. Very interesting. I am not saying you should all should jump on the UFO bandwagon, but I am interested in hearing
the other experiences like mine out there. Apparently a lot of you have started to turn your attention to the night sky, and have been seeing these
sorts of things. I would like this to turn into a CIVIL discussion forum on what these strange moving lights seem to be. Are they alien craft? Are
they souls? Are they simply just space debris? I would like to know, now that I have experienced this. Any insight, or past experiences would be
welcome. Hopefully we can reach some conclusion, or hold out till when this news hits the MSM.
Please share your experiences, thoughts, etc here. It will be constructive for all of us. Are we really starting to ascend into a new dimension?
Our solar system has begun to move towards the center of the galaxy...is this a local phenomena? Or do the people who perceive this all have a
dopamine deficiency? Whatever your theory, please share it here. I look forward to debating or even discussing this subject.