reply to post by Zarniwoop
I am surprised to see that such small incidents can be traced back!
I live in Heraklion and believe me i remember the blimp. It was parked, well tied down on the eastern end of the airport for some time but that was
No it definitely was no blimp! We do not get any of those around and trust me i have never seen a weather baloon in Greece. I do not remember seing
one in the UK either. However i will ask a couple of friend of mine that work on the airport as well as a couple of pilots i know if there are weather
baloons in use at all.
In my opinion it was definitely not a baloon either, but i will leave a slim oppotunity of it being one if people want to think so.
I would find it very hard to convince myself it was a weather ballon since it was quite windy and would have marched a distance during the
Also it looked like being self lit. The chance of it being too high late in the evening still facing the suns rays while the sun was down relative to
me is outruled. The sun was still way high. However i have noticed birds flying high to be illuminated by the sun making a contrast to the rest of the
-nothing to do with it.....
reply to post by ufoorbhunter
I am an occasional stargazer looking around for what many others have seen. I cannot make any conclusion on my sighting neither do i think its
something special in promoting the UFO reality and what this actually is. What i conclude is that there are things that we only recently have started
to study. We live our lives in a fast pace and many do not notice. Ancients seem to have knowledge of matter.
Recently humanity has gone over a vast technological step of advancement (That is roughly the later 100 years) disproportionate to our spiritual and
cultural advancement. That is quite unfortunate but people now have the means and the time to look into the UFO matter as it has resurfaced after
So coming back to track, my answer to your question is that at the time i was not thinking of UFOs, neither i expected to see one. At least i was not
concerned at the moment conciously. It just fell in my peripheral field of view and i caught up with it. It was distinct but not really a big feature
i could speculate details over.
This is the first time ever i can say i have some evidence for myself, and thats what it is.
I conclude that my speculation that there is fire or at least some flames behind the smoke is valid. At least until some fellow member debunks
I also fear that i will soon have to change the signature below my posts...
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