posted on Feb, 5 2012 @ 01:52 AM
Well, before I begin, I'll tell you exactly where I was looking...towards Sirius the "star."
I was outside having a cigarette(the only drug, besides my usual amount of caffeine, I was taking, mind you), and I looked up at Sirius. All of a
sudden, i thought I saw it move. Now I was looking up over my house, so I had a good way to compare it to a closer location; it's pretty difficult
to tell if something's moving if you don't have something to compare it to. I thought to myself, maybe I had just moved a little bit, and that's
what made it appear to move.
So I decided to stand perfectly still. I spread my legs a bit and held my balance, standing as still as possible.
What did I see? It moved left to right. It moved significantly. And it also changed colors like many people have seen it do. I saw red clear as
day. Now, I was a little weirded(?) out at this point. But then I thought I had my answer. It appeared to move closer(not like right above my head
or anything, it just appeared to be moving closer, sort of like a plane). oh, I have my answer. I was wrong, it must be a plane, it has a red
light, and it's moving closer, it has to be a plane! Well after a few more minutes of watching, nothing. It went back to its normal position and
This happened an hour and a half ago. Northern Illinois.
Now I know there's going to be a bunch of people coming in saying oh it's normal for stars to change color. It happens all of the time. They are
supposed to twinkle.... I've read quite a few threads on this subject...and the shill comments are all the same. That's normal. Stars change color
all of the time.
What I saw wasn't a star twinkling. I watch stars often...they do not change color like I saw. And I'd love to see how the shills explain how a
star can move when you're perfectly still. Too many people are seeing this...I'm not alone. Just search "Strange Star" in ATS search...
I'm not going to begin to theorize on what I saw. I have no idea. I mean, it's clearly not a star. If it's a spaceship, who knows how long it's
been there? What's going on?
This post has to sound so freakin crazy. But please, can you go look up and check it out at tomorrow night. And please, don't take posters words
for it, check for yourself. There's going to be a ton of shills in here.
spend a good 15 minutes watching it. Tell me what you see.
I tried to take a video of it, but not only did it stop moving/changing colors at that point, but my camera isn't good enough and it didn't show up.
lol I made some comments while filming. Maybe I'll post it to youtube tomorrow or monday(I'll probably be pretty busy tomorrow), if I can figure
out how to, never have before. At least you'll be able to hear my reaction from right after it happened.
So 3 things I'd like from people responding: a reason how a star can appear to move side to side(NOT people saying its normal for stars to change
colors), personal experiences of other people's viewings of this "star," and theories for what could possibly be going on. I don't want to
theorize yet, but I'd love to hear your theories.