Originally posted by 2ndSEED
I have seen about half a dozen of those this year, heres a recent one from yesterday morning.
Originally posted by againuntodust
I looked up into the sky last night and saw the stars. Then I saw one start to move. I thought maybe it was my mind playing tricks on me, but I kept watching, and it was definitely moving. It moved across the sky, then left, then right, then in circles. I thought maybe it was a plane? But it looked just like the other stars, not a plane, and planes went by so I know it wasn't a plane. I then thought maybe it is a space station or satellite, but that can't be since the thing was moving left, right, straight, in circles. At the height this object resided, it had to be moving VERY fast to be moving as it did in the night sky. I'm clueless. I researched online and others have seen this same thing. Has anyone else experienced this and do you have any explanations?
Originally posted by Chadwickus
reply to post by CharonIncarnate
Interdemenaional craft. IDC i coin this word.
Speaking of ridiculous...
So how have you determined this?
Originally posted by Ophiuchus 13
reply to post by againuntodust
I have seen them ALL many have to do is take time away from their busy technological lifestyles and look up. I think you should try to see if you notice a pattern or SHAPES* made by ??? it is. Also telepathically communicate, (I know sounds silly) and ask away. Again try to see if you notice shapes / signs / or letters keeping in mind letters may not be modern.. I hope you enjoyed the experience as much as I do THEY ARE NOT ARTIFICIAL SATELLITES.
Can you please explain this. Are you saying we can communicate with the moving star? im very interested
Originally posted by CharonIncarnate
reply to post by starchild10
Interdemenaional craft. IDC i coin this word. The lights ive seen a few times in different spots in the sky, just shoot straight down. Right outside our city. But i geuss someone could have thrown a flashlight up really friggin high and then turned the light on, and using a string turn in on and jerk it down and turn it back off before it hits the ground. Just an idea for the super skeptical.