posted on Dec, 2 2011 @ 02:15 AM
reply to post by Cosmic911
December 16th, 2009 I was deep into my woods exploring my land, looking to map and clear long trails for my quads and dirt bikes. To my left, about 10
yards away and 4 feet above the ground, appeared (literally appeared from thin air in the exact spot I was looking) a blueish-purple ufo about the
size of a basketball. The ufo didn't do anything at all or make any noises for 5 or 6 seconds then it suddenly disappeared as rapidly as it had
appeared. Although I had always thought I would be dumbfounded, and a little frightened, my unintentional reaction when it appeared was simply this:
"please, save my people". Also, I had always thought seeing such a sight would, in some way, traumatize me and change my life forever. However, to
this day I think it's neat to know FOR SURE that the ufo phenomena isn't just a big hoax as I was somewhat skeptical of before the event. I also
believe the aliens have been through the same corruptions and atrocities as our people have and have a strict rule of not interfering with the
development of an intelligent species(if a species is meant to make it, they will make it, if not.......). I highly doubt they would be playing some
kind of game with our people and laughing at our suffering, because such an evil intelligent species wouldn't sustain their own world after the
invention of the nuclear bomb, let alone something, possibly, hundreds of times more powerful than a nuke.
Oh snap, son! I just found this site today and wanted to vent about my experience to some of you other 'crazies' as I've been ridiculed by the more
closed minded people.
Back to your post; I do believe, MAYBE, humans have figured out how to void inertia and gravity in their aircraft, but because of my experience that
day I do not believe humans are the ONLY ones behind the ufo phenomena. WTH would a super advanced secret military ufo be doing a few feet above a
pile of brush 2 miles in the middle of my woods? I also think the gov is covering up the ufo phenomena because it's a potential threat to humanity;
that they can't do a damn thing about.