I have always been fascinated with space and what is beyond and truly
do feel that there is much to be learned and understood. Since I was a
kid I have always thought about space travel, ET's and other worlds.
My beliefs that something greater was out there was reinforced when I was
in Arizona and witnessed a light streak across the sky, stop, then shoot in
another direction. It made minor news in the morning, but made me pay
even more attention to the sky. This was indeed an Unidentified Flying
Object. It convinced me that we (citizens) really do not know the potential
of ourselves and what we are capable of discovering and it also convinced
me that something is being held from us.
In 2008, Stephensville made some news, then we had that Blossom lady
and her unforgettable date of Oct 14th. I was skeptical and not surprised
at the outcome. However, I was hopeful something would happen. I admit
to staying up on the 13th till midnight to see if anything would happen when
my calendar turned to the 14th.
What I did see was a moon ring.
Below is a artist rendition. I tried to photograph and the ring would not show.
There is a scientific explanation
In my 32 years of looking to the sky I have never seen this. It was really
f'n cool, I must say it made waiting up late for visitors that never came well
The next day was the 14th and it seemed fairly obvious that this prediction
fell short and I figured Blossom was a whack-o, however her message of
love is the only thing that really was important. So what the hell. Love it is.
That night I waited till midnight again, just to be sure. Hey, you never know.
Nothing of course, so I laid down and went to bed. I turned George Noory
on and he spoke briefly about the Blossom prediction. Then suddenly the
power went out and it was so quiet. All the power in town went out. My heart
just about jumped out of my chest. I immediately ran outside looked
around, only to see all the lights out. I looked up and saw nothing. My heart
was still racing but I wasn't scared, more excited than anything. Anywho,
we never got an explanation as to why the power went out. Settled back in
and fell asleep eventually.
Ever since, my eyes are glued to the sky at night. Orion is over my house
every night around 8:00 and Venus still glows so damn bright. I am getting
so used to having Venus as a fixture in the night sky.
I'm sure everyone's favorite is when Jupiter, Venus and the moon created
a happy face. Another sighting that was so amazing to look up at. The skies
Not long after I was fortunate enough to see the International Space Station
flying over head. It was a small window of opportunity, but again truly a
unique and amazing sight. It took about 7 minutes to go from one horizon,
directly over us and to the other horizon.
This video however, does no justice to the true live event.
In closing, I would like to thank all the ATS members for sharing their
knowledge, insight and expertise to help educate other members. This
includes members who have schooled me and showed me what to look
for when making a judgment or investigating phenomenon that happens
in our skies. It only makes me look even more (just not when driving, I
almost crashed today).
Ask questions and do your research.
I think this site is filled with bright minds, but there are some who may jump
to conclusion. This doesn't mean they aren't bright, or are wrong in their
There are people who would think that anyone posting on a board like this is
crazy or a conspirator, but showing how thorough we are in our research,
thoughts, opinions and conclusions proves them wrong. Take pride and be
proud of ATS.
Keep your eyes to the sky!