posted on Sep, 25 2009 @ 12:10 AM
I was pretty skeptical of Ed's claims when I first heard them, but I decided to take him up on his offer to look for myself.
I did so on two separate nights, several months apart and WOW-- I definitely saw what I believe to have been some sort of craft. Not just one or two,
but at least a dozen. I also saw moths, bats, birds and satellites, but none of those crossed from one horizon to the other in seconds, made right
angle turns, etc. It is really remarkable when you see it for yourself. I would not believe from the videos either, since there is never any context
outside the frame of the goggles so it's impossible to really tell relative distances etc. But when you are looking up at the whole sky and then
squinting through the goggles and suddenly you see these things, there is almost zero doubt that they are some kind of craft.
I never saw any "battles," and I can't imagine how you could tell the shape of anything really through the NV (ie "deltas, "ovals," etc). I
don't personally subscribe to any particular theories of who was operating them, allies/enemies, space battles or anything else. In my opinion that
is all speculation.
But I know I saw some really strange and remarkable things. I do not believe they were satellites, bugs, venus or any other conventional objects. Many
others have seen them too.
If you haven't actually looked through the NV equipment for yourself then really, you are talking out of your ass. It's easy to see some grainy
video out of context on the web, hear some wild rambling explanation of it, and conclude that the whole thing is BS. Go ahead and feel smug and proud
of your superior brain.
I really didn't expect to see anything but bugs when I looked through those goggles. I was pretty amazed at what I did see, although I cannot say
what it was other than my VERY strong impression was of something very high altitude, mechanical, and intelligently guided.