reply to post by Medieval1028
I was thinking of the same here.www.youtube.com...
and also,i will ad some more info.
Because i think this could explain alot of the sightings of lights in the sky.
TPTB keep us thinking they are ufo's, in this fashion we keep believing in extra-terrestrial coming to visit.
So when we happen to see one of our super secret crafts we think it's from out of this world when in fact they
are our own. if there are life forms in the likes of some animal, brain wise.
They would be no threat to national security. It would also explain why TPTB said that ufo's are no threat to our
national security because they are not intelligent beings, they are only life forms.
Atmospheric beasts are the strangest of the flying monsters from cryptozoology. According to eyewitness reports, they are things that seem like living
creatures, but they break all the usual rules that we apply to living things. They fly without the need for wings and their bodies are only
semi-solid, often partially invisible to boot. Many atmospheric beast sightings were originally classified as really unusual UFO reports (in the sense
of UFOs being defined as supposed alien spacecraft or machines of some other sort, not in the technical sense of being unidentified flying objects).
Noted Bigfoot author Ivan T. Sanderson devoted an entire book to the theory that many UFOs are actually extremely low density animals native to the
clouds. One of the most famous atmospheric beasts is the Crawfordsville Monster, sighted in Indiana in 1891, which some researchers classify as a
For those who believe, atmospheric beasts are very fragile and lightweight creatures who are either native to Earth or are aliens that came from
elsewhere. If the latter view is taken, then atmospheric beasts are sometimes thought to have originated in the atmosphere of some other planet, but
they can also be thought of as originating in interstellar gas clouds so that they are, in effect, aliens without a native planet, able to "swim"
through space. Believers generally consider atmospheric beasts to be non-intelligent, so that even if these creatures did originate somewhere other
than earth, they still don't count as sentient extraterrestrials. They're just animals.