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Fleet of UFO's Spotted in Korea

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posted on Aug, 20 2011 @ 03:24 PM
Hi. I wanted to put this on moving star thread but can't find it now. Because I heard there was a comet storm I sat outside with my grandaughter and have been amazed to see moving stars every night.A couple of nights ago we saw 7 and the last one was much bigger and brighter than the others! I live in a village in SWWales, Great Britain and it is quite quiet and dark nearby.
Also I have just given up my job as a nightime taxi driver and one night I was so puzzled by a light in the sky I got out of my car and took a photo with my phone. I was shocked when it came out but nobody seemed interested and I dont know how to put it up here???? Help please.
edit on 20-8-2011 by Delilah7 because: spelling

posted on Aug, 20 2011 @ 03:26 PM
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posted on Aug, 20 2011 @ 04:18 PM

Originally posted by kindred
reply to post by wisper

When it comes to technology, anything is possible, but why would Aliens travel hundreds of light years to Earth and then spend the next 70 years, flying about in our skies, imitating Chinese lanterns and balloons. They must be cosmic jokers or up to no good. Which one is it

To outwit a superior foe, it helps if you think outside the box.

I agree, bit silly if you ask me,

But then you have to think, well they are here... so what else could be going on,

posted on Aug, 20 2011 @ 04:36 PM
All right, they are not Chinese lanterns, they are Korean ones. I mean really, UFO's just arrived, drunk as skunks, all over the shop, the odd dunk into one another?
A couple of Tornado's
will sort out that lot!

posted on Aug, 21 2011 @ 02:13 AM
reply to post by Delilah7

Hi Delilah and welcome, when was your sighting? Because strangely enough I live on gower and have seen plenty around here lately. If you can email me the pictures I will help you put them up, any other witnesses?

Here's a link to some of my photos from last October 7th taken opposite Llanelli from gower
my ufo pics link

edit on 21-8-2011 by bsalert because: (no reason given)

posted on Aug, 21 2011 @ 04:08 PM
reply to post by bsalert

Hi. Thanks for the welcome. What I have been seeing lately is moving star like object -usually of one size but a larger one more recently. I have now managed to send a pic to UFO sightings of what I saw last year and I have tried to upload one onto my profile. Yours seemed more interesting though, lol. Jane

posted on Aug, 21 2011 @ 08:59 PM

Originally posted by BRITWARRIOR

Originally posted by Mister_Bit

Originally posted by BRITWARRIOR
Anybody who says these are lanterns really hasn't seen a lantern outside there own house before, or let one of in the sky before, because they really are alot dimmer & dumber and never hold a formation, what was they using in these... 100 candles maybe?

They are very dim on camera phones you can't pick them up to far away at all, they are generally out of sight in a minute or so, and they never travel horizontal in any conditions they go up up up up up and disappear, gone... much like a mini hot air balloon which is essentially what they are right?, they are tiny orange dots pretty much as soon as you let go LOL, not solid white lights like these traveling across the sky in formations which actually hold for longer than half a second

You must have seen the cheaper ones lol, the ones I've seen are at least 5 mile distance and bright as those on the video. The reason they hold formation is due to a low wind not dispersing them much.

Chinese Lanterns, I bet my life on it!

If theres low to zero wind they travel and climb a a good rate, its essentially a hot air balloon with it booster on constantly

I have seen and released many different kinds big and small cheap and not so cheap, i know the difference because i have seen the difference, the real thing up close, and a silly lantern, the real ones are much brighter and consist of brilliant white light sometimes brilliant orange light but constantly bright that can some times flare up to nearly 5 times the size of the original size, blink on and off...change positions in seconds

i'm not saying there are not some mistaken identities with lantern because there are, and yes they are similar, but from someone who seen one of these real orb like crafts from 200ft directly above, there is no way of mistaking them from lanterns, they do fly similar to lanterns while travelling in lose formation, but generally lanterns with have a pitch to there accents and flicker dim & orange, i don't know whether or not this is there intentions to trick people or not, but when just a few of them are on there own and not flying in mass fleets they do some really cool stuff even sometime in fleet they will do these things, materialise out of nothing, dematerialise, in that process they go almost translucent/see through, they can reach incredible speeds, up close they look like mini suns burning

I believe these ones are the real deal, as they are solid white lights not flickering and traveling horizontal, all i can tell you is not all these fleets of orb are lanterns, if you was to see one up close you would be absolutely blow away, i can only hope you do, because it will be very frustrating for you to to hear them all just being past of as lanterns when you 100% know they are not,

I'm not trying to convince you or anybody, but just ask that people look abit harder and think abit harder in what they are looking at and open there mind a little bit because you are just fooling yourselves if your going to come in take one look at the video and match it up to a lantern in your head with out considering the small detail that could really set them apart,

Id love to see a debunker go out and recreate what the believer consider to be the real ones, and try replicate the footage i think its about time we did this, maybe ATS could set this up

If you go to Youtube user Seeing UFOs PA she has caught some of the best orb ufos i have seen that id consider to be closer to what i have seen and 100% the real deal, i do believe in some cases she has a fair few commercial flights

Also this... 100% the real deal

Watch all the videos on this channel, there is quite alot to get though but by the end you should be able to draw your own conclusion taking in all the info along the way

edit on 19-8-2011 by BRITWARRIOR because: (no reason given)

way to convince us, real deal of broken links

posted on Aug, 22 2011 @ 03:06 PM

Originally posted by musicjunkie

Originally posted by tallcool1
reply to post by Seibei

#1 - I actually lived in South Korea for a year and I can honestly say that I never once saw Chinese lanterns floating in the sky - so they aren't more common over there than they are over here and they are not at all comparable to fireworks in America.

#2 - I have personally launched quite a few Chinese lanterns in my time and, depending on what size you get, they can be very bright in the daytime as well as at night. It is also quite easy to have a "formation" of lanterns flying with just a couple of people lighting them. They look and act exactly like the video on the first page of this thread and are just as bright.

#3 - These are without a doubt Chinese lanterns.

So...which is it?

You've never once seen Chinese Lanterns floating in the sky, or you've personally launched quite a few Chinese Lanterns?

Seems to be a contradiction in your post.

Sorry that you're having a hard time understanding what I clearly said. I said that while I lived in Korea I didn't see any lanterns released into the air for the year that I lived there. I have, however, launched several of these lanterns into the air back here in the states... I guess I just assumed that you were intelligent enough to have figured out what I was saying.

posted on Sep, 11 2011 @ 10:45 AM
Good evidence! im sick and tired of people using the term, chinese lanterns these days

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