It was interesting. (I watched it twice here.)
A pattern of 3 lights in a triangle is common to some if not many UFO sightings.
A pattern of glowing, amber lights is common to some if not many UFO sightings.
The shifting faces within the amber lights is something new that I haven't seen, and could only be clearly seen up close. Wondering if that was
holographic, on a real craft (or studio craft), or CGI/animation.
Some UFO sightings of amber lights result in reports of the light not being entirely "solid" but having some kind of apparent movement or vibration or
whatever in it.
Since I think that some UFOs are deliberate ruses by some secret group(s), and some staged sightings (and abductions) deliberate misinformation
stunts, I think it's conceivable that such faces on their real craft may be added, for extra debunking effect.
The whole idea of lights, in the first place, is useful for a debunking effect; and flying them around high-population areas is also useful for that.
(The giggle-factor attached to "anal probes" has worked too—if that wasn't some creep molesting or raping someone.) Some lights in the sky may be
done as diversionary tactics too. Abductions, with strange events occurring, work as disinformation stunts too.
Some of it may be done for the sake of public acclimation, in case the real craft – whose programs and manufacture would have to cost many millions
if not billions if not trillions of dollars – may eventually be leaked or disclosed to the public.
Whether any UFOs refer somehow to aliens, extraterrestrials, or crytoterrestrials (hidden "aliens") is another matter or possibility.
It bothers me that as the glowing faces were being approached, the video cuts out, and then jumps. However, it could have been due to some kind of
interruption, such as someone coming.
As there is a person walking in the background of the video, this almost seems to have potentially, deliberately been added to try to make the video
seem more real, similar to when they have people walking around in a film or TV show. That the person with the camera kept taking the shot as that
person walked by seems awfully suspicious to me. (I probably would have hidden the camera!)
That camera seemed to focus, or autofocus (which I didn't notice), pretty well in those low-light conditions, not typical of a lot of video cameras or
camcorders, but maybe possible.
©2012 by me. Right?
edit on 5-3-2012 by timeisonwhoseside because: Added a missing word.
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timeisonwhoseside because: Removing my question to a separate post.