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Funny thing, all my sightings were during the day, except those little white lights that shot down.
Originally posted by I Am Spartacus
Thanks for the welcome. I have seen video of the foo fighters but i never made the connection with the "3's"
My latest sighting was just after dark, at about 500 ft. One stayed on the same path and the other two "danced" around it. I could see them at low speed for about a half mile coming and going and then they all moved off rapidly.
Strange? Most defiantly, but who among us can plot or chart our lives. When we are born we are given a set of playing cards to live our life by. Just as in a poker game, we must play the cards we are given.
Originally posted by lee anoma
Thats for sharing!
What a strange and interesting story.
Have you seen or had anything happen that was beyond simply seeing UFOs?
Any sort of encounter?
I'd love to see the photos as well.
I have had to take some time in answering you, sorry. It always takes me 3 days to think things out, there is that number 3 again lol.
Originally posted by aleon1018
reply to post by All Seeing Eye
Interesting account. I didn't quite get the movie connection though.
I've seen what I had believed to be three foo fighters on the ground without anyone in them about 6 years ago. It is more than an coincidence about the number three though. It had a round metal ring around the outside and what appeared to be lights in the back. The seat was as if a black captains chair or bucket seat I guess you might see in an old sports car or leather desk chair.
It had some type of dash and steering like a snowmobile. I would have to under hynosis to recall more details. When I saw them, I thought they were from some type of amusement park ride and was wondering WTH they were doing next to some apartment building.
I've heard of flying egg shaped UFOs before and that's also what Mork flew in on in Mork and Mindy. (as you probably know)
There's at least one mention I think of an abduction case in the middle east of a flying egg. ( Jim Marrs Alien Agenda?) Remote Viewing, if you believe in it, had suggested these were small greys and the propulsion system supposedly uses what they referred to as magnetic pulse drive. There's also been mention of these craft riding the earth's magnetic waves.
Their were two greys in the front and at least three in the back. The middle section in the back had what appeared as if some looped material like a lounge chair for the abductees. These were as if ambulatory vehicles for quick studies. There was a picture of one of these egg shaped craft on youtube awhile ago.
Meg complains about her husband, Joe Boyd, a long-suffering, middle-aged fan of the Washington Senators baseball team.("Six Months Out Of Every Year"). After Meg has gone to bed, Joe suddenly meets a slick salesman, Mr. Applegate, who is in reality the Devil. Joe is convinced to sell his soul to the Devil to become the young and strong slugger Joe Hardy, the "long ball hitter the Senators need that he'd sell his soul for," and leaves his wife Meg ("Goodbye Old Girl"). However, Joe puts in an escape clause that gives him the chance to return back to his normal life--he has until a designated time to declare his intention to return home. Meanwhile, the hapless Senators are vowing to play their best despite their failings ("Heart"). As the young Joe is suddenly discovered, Gloria, a reporter, praises him ("Shoeless Joe from Hannibal, Mo"). His hitting prowess enables the Senators to move up the standings. Though Joe is increasingly successful, he truly misses his wife and begins boarding with her. Meg and the young man begin to bond, especially over her "lost" husband ("A Man Doesn't Know"). Fearful of losing his deal, Mr. Applegate calls Lola, "the best homewrecker on [his] staff", to seduce Joe and thereby ensure his soul to damnation. Lola promises to deliver ("A Little Brains, A Little Talent"), and Applegate introduces her as a sultry South American dancer named "Señorita Lolita Banana". Lola sings a seductive song ("Whatever Lola Wants, Lola Gets"), but Joe's devotion to his wife proves too strong, even for her. Later they hold a festival for Joe, and Lola performs for him ("Who's Got the Pain"). Applegate decides to switch tactics to ensure Joe's failure. He releases false information about Joe Hardy's true identity being "Shifty McCoy", an escaped criminal and con artist. His plan is to blacken his reputation and make him unable to go back on their deal. Soon the baseball players are wondering if Joe will get off or not. They then go over the rule about no women ("The Game"). After, as Meg and Joe are saying goodbye because people in her neighborhood are trying to get him, he confesses in a way to Meg that he is Joe Boyd ("Near to You"). After Joe wins in court, Applegate is anxious and angry and reminisces on how life used to be ("Those Were the Good Old Days"). Meanwhile Lola and Joe are at a party since they both belong to Applegate and sing of how their life is now ("Two Lost Souls"). At the game Applegate shows up just as Joe is going to catch the ball to win the game. Applegate transforms him back to his older self, but Joe lunges as hard as he can and catches the ball and wins the pennant for the Senators. Back at home, Joe rushes into Meg's arms. Applegate appears on the scene, claiming that Joe owes him his soul. Joe begs Meg to hold him and not let go, and she begins to sing ("A Man Doesn't Know"). Applegate promises to make Joe young again, and even ensure a World Series victory. But his powers are useless against the pair's true love, which Lola points out. Applegate shouts that such a thing cannot exist-but he is wrong. He and Lola vanish back into Hell, defeated, with Joe and Meg united again forever.
Not bad for the most part. The only thing I have found negative was the first sighting, they were so arrogant and unfeeling when they pushed their reality in my face. It was just downright disrespectful entering my reality like that. Its almost as If I was raped mentally and emotionally. They did not care at all what there little prank did to the rest of my life. Even the thing over the race track tried to hide itself by acting like a bit of trash in the air.
Your experience doesn't sound like it was ever a bad one.
And God called the firmament Heaven.