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Believe in what you believe in

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posted on Aug, 17 2008 @ 08:34 AM
I totally agree with you guys. Rob can relax and talk free about his experiences and believes, without getting bombed with million of postings and so ever.
I am new here and I am really glad that something like this gives people the opportunity to write and talk about things, what doesn't exist in the news, tv shows or in peoples mouth and without getting the finger point on you.
This is the first time I am writing about it. I made once the experience of something when I was a young teenager.
I was standing in the livingroom with the light turned on, it was dark outside. It happened in just a second or two. But I saw a big rectangle light in front of the balcony window. From the first moment on, I was sure it wasn't a lightening from a thunderstorm. My feelings said, this was something else, something what doesn't belong to our world.
We lived in the 9th floor in germany. I called my mother and told her what I saw, but she didn't believe and just said that I just imagined it.
Last week I saw two shooting stars. It always make me smile. It was kind a weird. I was jogging and listened to my music. At the moment "No regrets" of Robbie Williams was playing. To the same time I was looking up to the sky I saw a shooting star. I'd make a wish. The next night I was jogging again and was listening to music. I looked up in the sky for an moment and there it was again, a shooting star. But this one really got my attention. It was like big ball, it explode in the next second and disappeared in the atmosphere. I had never seen something like this before. Nope, I wasn't listening to Robbie Williams. Abba with "The winner takes it all" was playing.
Maybe it wasn't a shooting star at all?!

posted on Aug, 17 2008 @ 02:07 PM
reply to post by Tanzstute

Welcome aboard! I kind of wish you went outside to take a look at the light and see if it really was something. I think what you saw was a large meteor burn up in the atmosphere. I have seen falling stars many times, but I never saw one explode. I have heard some do when the hit the atmosphere just right.

I must say though:
Watch what you wish for, you may get it!

posted on Aug, 17 2008 @ 02:14 PM
reply to post by Tanzstute

Hi Tanzstute welcome to ATS. I think its great that you found your way here.. a place where you can share what you have seen regardless of the reasons that you found it.

As for me.. I don't really believe anything I am just looking for answers.. I have some ideas that I consider but I remain open to all possibilities because the one thing I have learned in all the craziness that life brings is that anything is possible.

BTW make sure and use the search button to check out some topics that interest you.. we have tons of information archived here just waiting to be read by new minds.

posted on Aug, 30 2008 @ 06:19 AM
Thanks for your replys. Nice to see that people here try to get into things.
I must admit, that I have to be careful what I wish for, esp. with shooting stars in the near. It's quite amazing what power the universe and his surroundings have.
Sorry for my late reply guys, I didn't know that I got post.

Talk to you soon.

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