reply to post by beyondtopsecret
Wow, a violet light? Neat! No, this was a bright white light, but your description of a "spotlight" is similar to our experience. It is perfectly
round, and gets no bigger than the diameter of the full moon, then POOF! it's gone again. No power outages....BUT....in recent weeks, we've been
experiencing an alarming number of dropped cell phone calls, "interruptions" in satellite feeds, and numerous other things having to do with
satellite services we receive. This is HIGHLY abnormal for us! For almost a year, we enjoyed NO dropped calls, crystal clear reception, perfect
satellite reception for internet and television, and now....almost every day, we experience something, and our calls are getting disconnected almost
daily. This is not normal, since our area is known for having great reception for the cell phone service provider we use.
I have no idea if the two are related, but it seems as though there are some major atmospheric disruptions going on. We live in an area with little
to no rain, and very few cloudy days. It's NOT the weather!
We've also noticed an increase in those flashing "disco-ball" like stars in the sky as well. A few weeks ago, I counted well over twenty of them,
and they AREN'T stars. They come and go, some are stationary, and others move. They aren't on any star charts I own, and they flash red, green,
blue, and other colors in succession. I also witnessed these when we lived on the east coast, but not nearly as many. Light pollution makes it hard
to see them, however, on a night with a New Moon, they are everywhere, and they stick out like sore thumbs because they don't flash like normal
I know I brought up a lot of things to ponder, but I'm looking for connections. If any of you live in the US, and can see stars at night, you'll be
able to witness them too. I don't know if these disco-ball lights can be viewed overseas or not.