First post, so I'll keep it brief! Though I've believed in ET's since forever, I had my first real glimpse at one in 2005. I had been smoking
outside for a good few years so it was no new routine - with a wonderful, large view of the sky I always marveled at the stars and almost instantly as
I sat down, sparked up and looked up - to seewhat I can only describe as what looked like a long flourescent kitchen strip light fly over from South
to North, horizon to horizon, in no more than 4 or 5 seconds.
It's one of those moments you know you're perfectly sane, because even in that brief moment, you still have to move your head, and your body - and
naturally in disbelief I stood up as it neared the Northern horizon and was still watching it as it dissapeared. The fact I'd moved around assured me
I wasn't seeing things.
That got me wondering! And for the first time I started to bring UFOs up in conversation with friends. And that's been a good thing!! Since then it
really has been an epic journey of self discovery, and also of course discovery of whatever it is out there
It wasn't until 2007 until I saw exactly the same thing. Now this is where it gets more interesting; all my sightings from then on seemed "timed"
or very co-incidental. Which is excellent considering I just read the thread about "magic" and coincidence. I am very fond of investigating
coincidence, at least, how I can control it - but I'll save that for the other thread
So anyway yes, that night in 2007 was the first time I ever saw NASA UFO videos, including the famous Tether video, the five lights in a circle
following the STS mission and several videos of things shooting up out of earths atmos into space, plus that great video of a huge circular craft
"appearing" and dissapearing above a storm.
I'm not sure what that did at the time but on reflection I think that was solid affirmation for me that this phenomena was real. As if one sighting
wasn't enough, I know .^^ But it was literally 20 minutes after watching those videos and strolling to my evening shift at work where I discreetly
thought, wouldn't it be funny to see a UFO? And lo & behold, as I was passing through the middle of the town's park, I literally looked up as I had
that thought & saw another fast flourecesnt kitchen light bulb at high altitude travelling a perfect line East to West, again I could practically see
both horizons and it took no more than 6 seconds to go from one to the other, just bright enough to see. Again I span my body - there is no way my
eyes could trick me for that long. Sure they do all the time these days, maybe for a fraction of a second.
So that was frickin' awesome
I thought of UFO and SAW UFO in that very instant. That is special to me!! What happened next was weird. Again in
2007 I believe I walked out my back door for another cigarette and looked up into the North Westerly sky and for the first time saw "a star leave its
stationary position and begin to dance about".
This sighting, though absolutely amazing, still has me perplexed and I simply don't know whether I saw it or imagined it - even though the sighting
lasted 20 to 30 minutes and I even got my mum outside who said she could see something moving. This object was circling round and round, like it found
a massive 2p in the sky. Then it would stop and go round its circle again in the opposite direction. Then it started going up and down and up and down
and...oh man, I loved this sighting but I just can't justify how confusing it STILL is!
There was another, blue object in the sky too, which
seemed to be "observing". I watched that for another half hour and it never moved, finally a huge cloud moved in front of it and both UFOs were
Just so you know, these all took place in Oxfordshire, in an area which I've just found out is on the large ley-line, St Mary/St Michael one I
believe, so that has pretty much confirmed to me why there's a lot of activity around here.