posted on May, 5 2010 @ 01:43 AM
Lets see if I can do this without sounding crazy. First of all I am not an astrologer, weather man, Meteorologist or NASA scientist. That being said I
can not be held accountable for the following statements simply because what works for me might not work for you.
Years ago my grandfather after witnessing a automobile accident in which high speed caused the wreck made an interesting observation. He told me the
problem with this world is that everybody is in a hurry to get nowhere.
Being the youth that I was it didn't sink in what he was saying. It took me years "30" to finally understand what he meant. Sort of like you off
handily listen (in my case) to the doctor when he's telling you to quit smoking, But your all ears when he's just shocked your heart back to life.
So I decided to slow down and enjoy life. My wife and I were out on the deck one night enjoying the stars from the comfort of lounge chairs. It was
very clear that night and we had all the lights off so we could see better. We saw several shooting stars as the night went on and several airplanes
heading to and from Atlanta. And to be honest I saw other lights that I thought may be satellites or very high flying airplanes. After about an hour
of relaxing I actually dozed off and awoke to discover my wife also dozing. Instead of waking her I just laid there looking up and that's when I saw
the first one. It was a extra bright star directly overhead but what was different was this one moved. Shocked or maybe disbelieving I blinked my
eyes several times but it still was moving. It was a short lived experience because it left just as fast as it came.
I spent several weeks looking up trying to catch a glimpse of something but it just was not to be. Then one late evening while on a fishing trip with
my son I figured it out. Once again in a relaxed position with my eyes fully adjusted I started looking and there they were. Over the next hour or so
we saw probably 25 to 50 strange objects high in the atmosphere. They ranged from pinpoint to pencil lead size. But the larger one's always seemed
dimmer. Some would cross over and disappear over the horizon and some would simply disappear. But in some cases they wouldn't even be lights but
patches of black.
It always seems that the more comfortable and wound down we are the better we can see them. It has even gotten to the point that we can see the with
medium light in the back ground.
Now I am not saying that everything we see is a UFO, but I am saying we are seeing something that's not always the norm. On one occasion my wife and
I witnessed as much movement as the "tether video".
I think now the reason we never saw them before is like everybody else we just get in a hurry and miss the things around us.
Be relaxed, allow plenty of time for eyes to adjust, be patient.
Try it, It may work for you too.
[edit on 5-5-2010 by Loken68]