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Long Description of Sighting Report I was sitting in my dining room with the window and shades open, and I was recording a song playing guitar onto my iMac computer using GarageBand when I looked out to see an airplane going in a south to north track. We live about ten miles from Detroit Metro Airport, so this is not unusual. What was unusual was I saw two metallic silver balls circling the aircraft at about one thousand feet from it. The airplane was roughly three thousand feet in the sky, and the two silver craft were looping around it in a smooth, effortless oval/circular pattern. I could not tell the size of the craft. All of the sudden, the two silver metallic crafts stopped moving and hovered completely still for about thirty seconds. I called my fiance Jessica from my cell phone that was on my desk because I needed to know if she had the digital camera on her. She did, and was shopping about three miles away from our house. I did not take my eyes off of the crafts. She said that she had it with her, and my Blackberry 8830 Worldphone does not have a camera built in. We hung up and she headed home home. I walked outside of my house into the backyard and they were still stationary. The sky was clear blue with no clouds in i, and the two silver craft started to move slowly toward the Detroit River, which is east from the first location I saw them. One of the crafts started to circle the other craft at a medium rate of speed, taking about twenty seconds to complete one revolution. After about a minute of this, the moving crafts speed increased until it took about five seconds to complete the rotation. It did three more rotations, and they merged into one object. A second object, a white cylinder appeared and was flying sideways toward it. It then increased in speed and then shot away in less than one second. I felt warmth and heard a high pitched hum in my body, like I was being scanned. I have felt this before on my second sighting about twenty years ago. It is not a comfortable feeling at all. The silver craft hovered motionless for about thirty more seconds, and started to move in a south easterly path. There were some birds that flew over, and justified that what i was looking at was not a bird. The craft started to pick up speed, and slowly headed south over the Wyandotte Shores Golf Course, and vanished. My fiance returned home about thirty seconds later, and we looked for them for a few minutes, to no avail. These craft looked like the craft that Jose Escamilla showed in his film "The Greatest Story Ever Denied", when he was demonstrating how today's cameras can see UFO's using a simple night shot on during the daytime. This was my fifth sighting in my life. The first in 1978 here in Wyandotte at the same location. The second was in 1989 in Coldwater Michigan over Coldwater Lake, Michigan where multiple people saw an orange cylinder hovering over the lake at 1:00am. The third was in 2003 in Australia when I was on the live aboard dive boat "Mike Ball's Spoilsport" where multiple people saw a green horseshoe shaped craft come out of the water at a very high rate of speed and shot up into space. The fourth sighting happened in October of 2007 again at my Coldwater Lake Cottage where my friend Bill, my fiance Jessica, and myself witnessed an orange teardrop shaped object split into as many as four parts, and then merged back together, and disappeared after twenty minutes into the distance.
Originally posted by BrnBdry
My question is, is there a specific name for these type of events?
Originally posted by Majorion
Zorgon do you think that these "critters" could be the "Jinn" mentioned so much in the Quran?
But they are no doubt intelligent IMHO.
Plasma Life Forms in the Laboratory
The evolved sphere appears as a stable, self-confined, layered, luminous and nearly spherical body - much like the "orbs" described in the paranormal literature.
Lozneanu and Sanduloviciu describe a rhythmic "inhalation" of the nucleus which mimics the breathing process of living systems and results in pulsations.
Plasma Orbs in Paranormal Literature In 2004 (as reported in the Physical News Update by Phil Schewe and Ben Stein) an experiment was conducted where particles in a plasma crystal arranged themselves into neat concentric shells (or rings - from a two-dimensional perspective), to a total ball diameter of several millimeters. These orderly Coulomb balls, consisting of aligned, concentric shells of dust particles, survived for long periods. This structure was described as an "onion-like architecture". (Dark matter halos around galaxies also have similar structures.) Paranormal analyst, Allan Danelek (in his book The Case for Ghosts) says, "One could think of orbs as 'tiny ghosts' moving around a room, their essence being contained within a tiny sphere of pure energy, like air inside a bubble." This description matches the description of life-like pulsating plasma spheres generated in the laboratory by Lozneanu and Sanduloviciu. Furthermore the pulsating plasma spheres would also give readings of a fluctuating electromagnetic field. Leading ghost hunter, Joshua Warren, says "Nine times out of ten, if a mysterious field is constant and stable, it's artificial; if it fluctuates erratically, it's paranormal."