posted on Sep, 24 2009 @ 08:41 AM
This is almost exactly what I saw a number of years back while camping in Nevada. I'm so excited to see a video of something so similar to my
We were camping outside of Carson City, Nevada. It was probably somewhere around 10pm and I was laying on a park bench just watching the stars -
something one doesn't get to do too often when living in a populated area. Everybody else was sitting around the campfire a little ways off having a
good ol' time. It was a beautiful clear night and I couldn't remember ever seeing so many stars. There were a few planes crossing close to the
horizon and I'd seen a satellite or two zip across the sky, a first for me at the time.
What I saw next I'll never forget. I have no idea what constellation I was looking at but a number of stars, but a group of about 5 stars just a
couple degrees from where I was looking started to move. These stars had been there, completely stationary mind you, the entire time I was laying
there gazing up at them. At first I thought it was some sort of illusion or I was having some kind of episode but as my mind ran though it's system
checks and everything came back ok I realized that I was actually watching stars move. They stayed in the same general area of the sky - but the were
moving much faster than what we witnessed in the video in the OP. They would do circles, straight lines turning 60, 70 degrees instantly with no loss
I immediately called everyone's attention to it and we watched them for quite a while - honestly until it was nothing more than an amazing show that
we eventually just came to accept and eventually we kind of went about our business. I would check up sometimes and they would be there, sometimes
moving, sometimes not - very hard to spot when they were not, they looked just like stars - but then one would start to move and I'd pick them up
again. I think eventually I looked up and either they had gone or stopped moving entirely because I couldn't find them anymore.
Changed my perspective on things. Star and Flag op.