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Bright Star - Maitreya - UFO Video & Photos

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posted on Nov, 17 2010 @ 02:37 PM
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Originally posted by darkest4
O look, another youtube video by someone with no expertise in astronomy not knowing what theyre looking at and so claiming its some crazy thing that fits their world view. Never seen that before! Give me a break, its a planet or a satallite as many people have pointed out. But of course you don't want to know the "truth" you just want your "belief" to be confirmed, so you won't accept anything less. You really think that all the tons of professional and amateur astronomers out there would completely miss this object and some guy on youtube will be the only one to claim its not supposed to be there? Whatever, have fun with your delusion.
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I'm sorry I didn't know that youtube was solely for astronomers, or amateur astronomers for that matter. Give me a break, it's already been firmly established that it's NOT a planet and CANNOT be a planet in my humble opinion. The only debate now is whether it's a satellite and despite the fact that there is some evidence to suggest it could be a satellite. I have not seen ANYTHING to even come close to proving this conclusively.

As I pointed out, I really don't have any belief on this, other than the fact it's something out of the ordinary. I have my own opinions, but like the other opinions on here. That's all they are and without proof I can't really say either way.

What I won't do though is just blindly accept it to be something i either know that it's not, or strongly doubt that it's not.

It's not just my delusion, in fact I'm very late at getting into this "delusion". It's been raging for the best part of 2 years and grows in strength every day.

I don't need to be an astronomer to look at the sky, just like you don't need to be a professor to try and "educate" people
It doesn't stop you from trying to do it though. I'm pretty sure you've not even read through this thread and decided rather to just jump in with your twopence worth. That's your right, but it's also my right to disregard everything you've said because you've said nothing that's not been said plenty already and readily negated in my opinion.




posted on Nov, 17 2010 @ 02:43 PM
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Originally posted by misfitofscience
It could also be Mars...

Canis Major

Arcturus

or Capella.


I went outside last night too see if I could view all this fuss. I did spot it, Here in Ontario Canada.

upon some research I found the 3 stars mentioned above or at times, Mars, could have this effect!
earthsky.org...


No it's not mars, I've seen this and mars in the sky at the same time, last time was at the end of october if i recall correctly. It's also not arcturus, because arcturus is a red giant and red giants look red. Just look at betelgeuse in the orion constellation and you can clearly see how red it is.

it's in the wrong part of the sky for canis major and the same goes for capella.

The fact it maintains the same position throughout the night, in my opinion means it's not a star or planet.



posted on Nov, 17 2010 @ 02:53 PM
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Originally posted by Cole DeSteele

Originally posted by solipsism
here's a video of it a guy from Holland has just posted. This video is much better quality than mine.

www.youtube.com...


The object in this video is only in focus at :17 and :18 into the clip. The rest of the time, it is out of focus and distorted, creating an illusion of a pulsing dark center, ala the NASA tether video. There is a term for this type of blur called bokeh.


The Bokeh effect is a blurry background, so I fail to see what this effect has to do with these videos?



posted on Nov, 17 2010 @ 03:01 PM
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I don't need to be an astronomer to look at the sky, just like you don't need to be a professor to try and "educate" people


Well said.. Seems to be a general problem in here, people forcing their views/opinions on others. I prefer keeping an open mind, a non astronomer may see something an astronomoer wont and vice versa. As for the video i have no idea what it is but I wouldnt rule out a planet or a star just yet. Too bad the video isnt as close up as the pictures.



posted on Nov, 17 2010 @ 03:08 PM
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Originally posted by thecsb
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I don't need to be an astronomer to look at the sky, just like you don't need to be a professor to try and "educate" people


Well said.. Seems to be a general problem in here, people forcing their views/opinions on others. I prefer keeping an open mind, a non astronomer may see something an astronomoer wont and vice versa. As for the video i have no idea what it is but I wouldnt rule out a planet or a star just yet. Too bad the video isnt as close up as the pictures.


here's a close up video from holland of the same object.

www.youtube.com...



posted on Nov, 17 2010 @ 03:25 PM
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i will have to go out and investigate this for myself, i am some what skeptical at the moment, thats why i need to go check it out. and as for the color changing, that just sounds like the atmosphere affecting it, here is a quote about it from a website.
"It's due to turbulence in the atmosphere. It's just like how things look wavy when you look over a hot grill in the summer. the atmosphere also acts like a prism when you look at stars near the horizon, Since the star colors get split into a rainbow, plus the turbulence makes the star move around, it can appear like the star is changing color"
well i am in north ohio, so if someones can give me a time, direction and angle that this thing will be visible, i will go and look for myself, i look at the stars very often, and the brightest star i have been observing recently is jupiter, and everything seems normal their.
so someone let me know please.

steve.



posted on Nov, 17 2010 @ 03:30 PM
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If it is the same thing we are talking about, and it seems like it is, then this has been visible for at least over 2 decades. I have been an vivid sky watcher for most of my life, and you should see the sky up here in Wyoming, it is the most beautiful thing you have seen. I have seen these stellar objects also here in Wyoming, and I can only report what I have seen, and what I have seen they don't move strangely. The biggest one also is nowhere near the north, so it is not the northern star.

About maitreya... Benjame Creme is either a NWO charlatan, or he is a charlatan. have you ever heard the "claimed" recordings of maitreya?... It sounds demonic, or a really old person with a bad case of neumonia.

Share International/Benjame Creme also claimed through the WSJ (Wall Street Journal) a couple of years ago that a new star would appear in the sky for all to see and the maitreya would appear to the world... It was strange that it appeared in the WSJ, but nothing happened.



posted on Nov, 17 2010 @ 03:34 PM
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Why only 4 stellar objects act this way? it can't just be atmospheric conditions because it is ALWAYS shinning in different colors and it just happens to 4 stellar objects.

Also many times only the biggest one is seen and the smallest ones are nowhere to be seen even with clear skies. But that could be because they could have an elliptic orbit and at times they are farther away and can't be seen with the naked eye.



posted on Nov, 17 2010 @ 03:37 PM
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Originally posted by solipsism

here's a close up video from holland of the same object.

www.youtube.com...


Yep, that is the same thing I have been seen for over 21 years, so it is not a new star.

The problem is that a lot of younger people just starter looking at the sky a year or two ago and to them it would seem something new, but it is not new.



posted on Nov, 17 2010 @ 03:37 PM
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Hi,

I have been reading ATS for years, never joined, I signed up to this forum just to reply to this thread.

On new years eve 2008 I went to the French Alps with my girlfriend, the sky is really clear up there and we were both shocked to see the exact thing the that is described and shown in the original post.

I was so interested in this thing changing colour and moving in the sky I took my camera and started to take pictures and video tape, it was very clear to me in the sky, and it is exactly the same as shown in the video of the OP. My girlfriend was freaking out at the time.

After that night I studied the pictures and video for a few weeks but I couldn't decide if it was a star or not and I never thought about it much until a few nights ago my girlfriend said she saw a UFO while smoking a cigarette out the window of our apartment, I came to look and it was that same thing in the sky again, but I just assumed it was a star.

Whats weird is that the original poster said it first appeared in January 2009 and that is when I saw it too. December 31st 2008.

I still don't know what it is but I guess I just resided to the fact it must be a star, I don't know enough astronomy to decide otherwise to be honest.

I will try to find the pictures and video.

thanks



posted on Nov, 17 2010 @ 03:42 PM
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Originally posted by hundredreas0ns
i will have to go out and investigate this for myself, i am some what skeptical at the moment, thats why i need to go check it out. and as for the color changing, that just sounds like the atmosphere affecting it, here is a quote about it from a website.
"It's due to turbulence in the atmosphere. It's just like how things look wavy when you look over a hot grill in the summer. the atmosphere also acts like a prism when you look at stars near the horizon, Since the star colors get split into a rainbow, plus the turbulence makes the star move around, it can appear like the star is changing color"
well i am in north ohio, so if someones can give me a time, direction and angle that this thing will be visible, i will go and look for myself, i look at the stars very often, and the brightest star i have been observing recently is jupiter, and everything seems normal their.
so someone let me know please.

steve.


Skepticism is encouraged! I've considered the possibility of the colour changes being the result of natural phenomena and i can't really discount that theory. However I have seen it move with my naked eye in ways that render it impossible to be a star or planet in my opinion. As mentioned previously I've seen it move in the way a fish would swim slowly through water. Gently swaying from side to side. I've also seen it move in slow, diagonal lines creating a parallelogram type shape and returning to it's initial position. and most importantly I believe, it's maintained the same position from my own personal experience for the best part of a year and from studying other reports of it, back to january 2009. Incidentally there is no mention of this before january 2009.



posted on Nov, 17 2010 @ 03:45 PM
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Originally posted by Nonobody
Hi,

I have been reading ATS for years, never joined, I signed up to this forum just to reply to this thread.

On new years eve 2008 I went to the French Alps with my girlfriend, the sky is really clear up there and we were both shocked to see the exact thing the that is described and shown in the original post.

I was so interested in this thing changing colour and moving in the sky I took my camera and started to take pictures and video tape, it was very clear to me in the sky, and it is exactly the same as shown in the video of the OP. My girlfriend was freaking out at the time.

After that night I studied the pictures and video for a few weeks but I couldn't decide if it was a star or not and I never thought about it much until a few nights ago my girlfriend said she saw a UFO while smoking a cigarette out the window of our apartment, I came to look and it was that same thing in the sky again, but I just assumed it was a star.

Whats weird is that the original poster said it first appeared in January 2009 and that is when I saw it too. December 31st 2008.

I still don't know what it is but I guess I just resided to the fact it must be a star, I don't know enough astronomy to decide otherwise to be honest.

I will try to find the pictures and video.

thanks


It would be great if you could find them!



posted on Nov, 17 2010 @ 03:46 PM
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Iv'e been followng the same star and it doesn't move with our solar system.It has it's own orbit it seems.Because it doesn't move with all the other stars like it should.If you watch it for an hour you will see that the other stars don't move with it.



posted on Nov, 17 2010 @ 03:49 PM
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Originally posted by ElectricUniverse

Originally posted by solipsism

here's a close up video from holland of the same object.

www.youtube.com...


Yep, that is the same thing I have been seen for over 21 years, so it is not a new star.

The problem is that a lot of younger people just starter looking at the sky a year or two ago and to them it would seem something new, but it is not new.


I'm 36 and I've been looking at the sky since a child, obsessively since my late teens and I can say with the greatest sincerity that I had not noticed it before. I also find it strange that the countless other sightings that have emerged have only been since january 2009. In saying that though, I believe you when you say you've been seeing it for 21 years, I just can't offer an explanation as to why!

Can I ask if you've seen it consistently over the 21 years, or if you've seen it sporadically over that period?



posted on Nov, 17 2010 @ 03:53 PM
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Originally posted by XxiTzYoMasterxX
Iv'e been followng the same star and it doesn't move with our solar system.It has it's own orbit it seems.Because it doesn't move with all the other stars like it should.If you watch it for an hour you will see that the other stars don't move with it.


yeah this definitely sounds like the same thing.



posted on Nov, 17 2010 @ 04:13 PM
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Originally posted by ElectricUniverse
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If it is the same thing we are talking about, and it seems like it is, then this has been visible for at least over 2 decades. I have been an vivid sky watcher for most of my life, and you should see the sky up here in Wyoming, it is the most beautiful thing you have seen. I have seen these stellar objects also here in Wyoming, and I can only report what I have seen, and what I have seen they don't move strangely. The biggest one also is nowhere near the north, so it is not the northern star.

About maitreya... Benjame Creme is either a NWO charlatan, or he is a charlatan. have you ever heard the "claimed" recordings of maitreya?... It sounds demonic, or a really old person with a bad case of neumonia.

Share International/Benjame Creme also claimed through the WSJ (Wall Street Journal) a couple of years ago that a new star would appear in the sky for all to see and the maitreya would appear to the world... It was strange that it appeared in the WSJ, but nothing happened.


Yeah I know the history of Share International, I've read a lot about them recently. I am under no illusions about Benjamin Creme, I don't believe the stuff he says. i pointed out the relevance of Benjamin Creme though and his links to the United Nations, his funding by the Rothschild Foundation and all his political supporters because I find it very strange that a person who espouses such strange beliefs. Is in such a position where his organisation has offices in the UN and he regularly speaks to them about Maitreya.

The only thing I will say is that if Benjamin Creme is telling the truth, then we have a lot to be worried about as I feel he has bad energy.

Well I disagree about the Star appearing, he was just a year early in his prediction. I'm pretty convinced what he's talking about and what people are seeing is the same thing. I just don't think that Benjamin Creme is being earnest when he says this signals the return of the "world teacher" to use his terminology. If it is something he is involved with then I believe it will turn out to be wholly nefarious.

I've never claimed it to be the North Star, I personally don't believe it is a star or a planet for that matter for reasons I've stated clearly and numerously.

I'm going to a Share International meeting on the 2nd of December, I'm really hopeful that Benjamin Creme will be at it, as I would really like to see him up close and possibly question him on this. I doubt I'll get the chance, but i will try if the opportunity arises!
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posted on Nov, 17 2010 @ 04:32 PM
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Originally posted by Thunda
Hi solipsism- as a Scottish resident (Dundee), I have been reading this thread with interest- it seems this object has very unusual qualities in it movements (or lack of). I think its probably unlikely you will be able to view anything tonight, due to the totally foul weather, but do you intend to attempt to film or photograph the object again in the future?

Please dont be put off by a vocal minority who seem to have to 'know' the answer to everything, or dismiss anything unusual as either misidentification or a hoax- there are also plenty of people here that are prepared to listen and are interested. As far as Im concerned, you dont have to 'prove' anything- I will make my own mind up based on what evidence you are able to offer, and that includes your testimony as a witness.

Good luck,

Thunda


Hi Thunda,

Yes I'm hoping to film and photograph it again at the first opportunity, no chance tonight though! Typical Scottish weather
Thanks for the support also!
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posted on Nov, 17 2010 @ 04:36 PM
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Originally posted by solipsism
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Can I ask if you've seen it consistently over the 21 years, or if you've seen it sporadically over that period?


I am 38 years old, and I have been seeing this, plus the other three stellar objects since I arrived in the United States.

Every time I looked at the stars I would see this, and sometimes the three smaller ones. The three smaller ones can be seen more clearly during winter in the northern hemisphere.

I have pointed this out to many people, and everyone has seen it shinning brightly in many colors and asked what it was because it/they don't shine like other stars do.

The people I have asked about it have told me they have never noticed it, but it is also true most people don't spend a lot of time looking at the stars.

It shines more brightly during December for whatever reason, could be because it has an elliptical orbit which could explain this.

Every time I have seen it/they are always changing colors, which is why I don't think it is an atmospheric phenomenon because under every atmospheric condition it shines in different colors.

It is not the northern star because it is to the west of the U.S., but many times I have seen only the moon and the brighter/bigger one, and not even the northern star has been visible in partly cloudy skies.

When I have asked some astronomer the response I have gotten, it changes color because of atmospheric conditions, but under every atmospheric condition, including clear skies, partly cloudy, raining, etc, it always changes colors.
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posted on Nov, 17 2010 @ 04:45 PM
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Hmm. i looked at the video and photos, and i honestly have to say, it looks like someone took a picture of the spacestation and figured "hey photoshop will get everyones attenion"

You have to realize the things in space just arent planets, we have ALOT of junk in space, i mean alot 90% of our "stuff" in space is useless and broken, its just floating there waiting for the to reflect the suns light, to you ( a fool who knows very little about space i would imagen)

For a year you say? and only you have seen this and no one else? sounds like someone is using photoshop TOO much, you dont see stringy looking things in space, thats just weird and made up.

DEBUNKED!!!. this "star" isnt the sign of some magical fairty god or the "antichrist" (also made up bulls***) just some superstitious over zealous individual, looking up a little too long without knowing what is actully up there.



posted on Nov, 17 2010 @ 04:54 PM
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Originally posted by Anthony1138
Hmm. i looked at the video and photos, and i honestly have to say, it looks like someone took a picture of the spacestation and figured "hey photoshop will get everyones attenion"

You have to realize the things in space just arent planets, we have ALOT of junk in space, i mean alot 90% of our "stuff" in space is useless and broken, its just floating there waiting for the to reflect the suns light, to you ( a fool who knows very little about space i would imagen)

For a year you say? and only you have seen this and no one else? sounds like someone is using photoshop TOO much, you dont see stringy looking things in space, thats just weird and made up.

DEBUNKED!!!. this "star" isnt the sign of some magical fairty god or the "antichrist" (also made up bulls***) just some superstitious over zealous individual, looking up a little too long without knowing what is actully up there.


i haven't used photoshop, the only changes that were made to photos were with brightness and contrast to help bring out the already existing image and it was done in windows picture viewer.

If you actually read through the thread you'll see that lots of people have seen it and i am from far the first to document this.

Perhaps you should engage your brain before posting in the future.



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