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Face to Face with a BLACK TRIANGLE UFO

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posted on May, 6 2012 @ 06:33 PM
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I just watched a Doc the other day on these sightings in Wisconsin and here's one from May 2nd 2012 over London!





posted on May, 6 2012 @ 06:40 PM
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Thats not his point. Though his methods of skepticism are arrogant hes making a completely valid point. The OP makes some amazing claims then provides no evidence for said claims and your mad at someone being skeptical. This is why people dont take UFO believers seriously.



posted on May, 6 2012 @ 07:46 PM
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I'm pretty sure there are plenty of pics of the black triangle craft, as a matter of fact there are some ATS members with pics of it in there avatars.



posted on May, 6 2012 @ 07:59 PM
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I remember talking to an individual many years ago who claimed to have witnessed one of these triangle crafts. He had a long history of being in the military, and worked on many deep black projects. Although he never directly worked on this craft he suspected it was ours.

During his sighting, it was while out camping on the edge of a large military reservation, the craft glided near him. He suspected he was in sight and was most likely being observed. He decided "what the heck" walked towards a wider open clearing and gave a thumbs up and chanted "GO USA GO!" at that moment the craft turned towards him and the lights twinkled as if responding before it darted off at an incredible speed.

SO I wonder if this guy, somehow communicated with the pilots of the craft, as he said he received the response immediately following his thumbs up/chant. I also wonder if they were US Pilots, given the response he received.

The pilots may have just been glad to know someone out there appreciated their hard work and were giving a tip of the hat before impressively darting off.. Who knows, but it was a fun story outside of the norm.



posted on May, 6 2012 @ 08:04 PM
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Originally posted by FissionSurplus
What you saw was a TR-b3 aircraft, top-secret but definitely man-made.

We saw one ourselves one evening last summer as we were sitting on the porch star-gazing. Exact same thing, massive in size, with three yellowish lights at the corners and a red flashing light in the center. It was close enough that we could see another faint light on top as it approached that we assumed to be the cockpit of this thing.

www.stevequayle.com...




Yeah, top secret aircraft that only those keen UFO conspiracy loons know about....but other than that top secret. And what would be the purpose of flying it over low rent apartments in a craphole town during a thunderstorm? Or flying them over populated areas and such.

You almost have to invent one conspiracy after another to continue your line of thinking. I don't get it?

edit on 6-5-2012 by gameisupman because: bad quotes



posted on May, 6 2012 @ 08:05 PM
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face to face....and back to back...you see and feel...my sex attack......thanks man, now I have that song stuck in my head...AND I LIKE IT.! Billy Idol



posted on May, 6 2012 @ 08:07 PM
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Originally posted by Rob414
it could be ours but you need to keep an open mind,

just like Columbus said the earth is round everyone else said "the earth is flat"


well just like Columbus everyone says we are the only Souls in the universe

do you really think that we are the only intelligent life form out of 100000000000000000000000's

of planets?


A bit off-topic, but I just have to reply this, because it still seems people have wrong information about a well researched part of history. By the time of Columbus the idea that the earth is flat was dead. It was already known to the ancient Greeks that the earth is spherical.




The myth that people in the Middle Ages thought the earth is flat appears to date from the 17th century as part of the campaign by Protestants against Catholic teaching. But it gained currency in the 19th century, thanks to inaccurate histories such as John William Draper's History of the Conflict Between Religion and Science (1874) and Andrew Dickson White's History of the Warfare of Science with Theology in Christendom (1896). Atheists and agnostics championed the conflict thesis for their own purpose ... James Hannam


Read the rest at en.wikipedia.org...



posted on May, 6 2012 @ 09:56 PM
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Whatever. When a huge black triangle craft flies over your head, is massive as hell, quiet, and has an FAA blinking light on it, one has to assume it is Earth-made. Why they choose to fly it where they do is anybody's guess. The only "conspiracy" is the fact that it has been sighted all over the world, and our government plays dumb about it.

The light we saw in the center was small, red, and blinking like the light on an aircraft.

Just because you don't "get" something doesn't invalidate it, it only means you lack understanding of the poster's point of view.

Think about it: What WOULD be the purpose of flying it at a relatively low altitude over, as you say, crappy apartments and such? For us, we live in the middle of nowhere, right next to New Mexico, and there are two air force bases in fairly close proximity (Holloman AFB by White Sands, and Cannon AFB to the north). We have seen what we consider to be UFOs out here, but that FAA blinking light was the dead giveaway on this humongous triangle. We feel it was coming in for a landing. As big as it is, it was probably still at a fairly good altitude as it was coming down, but due to its size, it looks much closer than it is.

It may be a case of just cruising around, desensitizing the population to the sight of it. It may be to generate fear and UFO reports. I don't know why they do it, but I just don't feel it is powered by aliens.

This is the second unidentified aircraft I have seen in fairly close detail (the first one was the classic saucer over Ft. Hunter Liggett Army base in California), and neither time did I get the feeling that it was from outer space. I felt, in both cases, that these craft were made on Earth. Where the technology came from is anybody's guess.

This is not to say that I do not believe there is intelligent life on other planets. In fact, I do believe the Ancient Aliens theory as being the most logical. Nevertheless, I know what I saw, and I stand by my statement. MAN-MADE. You can conjure up any conspiracy you want to in regard to it.



posted on May, 6 2012 @ 11:19 PM
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My wife and kids saw something similar and my wife can't even go for smoke by her self and you know what she did when she saw it so low, she stopped to see it. She thought it was crashing because it coming down in an angle and over the road into the forest on the other side of the road but she said she just had to stop and look at it. The funny thing is she's still a skeptic but my kids knew it was not normal so I showed them that picture and they said that's it. I for one try to keep them from this type of thing but when I was a kid I found a way to get my hands on stuff. Your gonna encounter skeptics but that's the nature of things to keep us balanced.



posted on May, 6 2012 @ 11:57 PM
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Totally, here's what I remember of mine.

My Black Triangle Experience



posted on May, 7 2012 @ 12:08 AM
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Originally posted by Zeer0
reply to post by jaws1975
 


Thats not his point. Though his methods of skepticism are arrogant hes making a completely valid point. The OP makes some amazing claims then provides no evidence for said claims and your mad at someone being skeptical. This is why people dont take UFO believers seriously.


I'm not mad at all, more disappointed in the behavior of some posters. As far as his point about how he shouldn't have been able to see all the lights, the poster clearly states in the op that the UFO descended down to 15 feet above the power lines. He could have seen all the lights before it descended!

Skeptics don't take UFO believers seriously anyways! Whether it is famous astronauts, ex presidents, Harvard professor's etc.etc....they are all bat s**t crazy right?



posted on May, 7 2012 @ 12:20 AM
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Originally posted by Rob414
and i would also like to debunk the (ufo is from earth reply)

because, i live in Hales Corners wisconsin no were near any military bases



You are just north of Great Lakes Naval Training Center in North Chicago, IL

I'm almost due west of it. 10 miles.

I grew up in the next town over from N. Chicago.

Back then we had GLNTC, plus Ft. Sheridan Army Base just south of that next to Highwood, IL, then just a bit S.W of that we had Glenview Naval Air Station. ALL along Lake Michigan just south of the IL/WI border.
Ft Sheridan is a shell of what it used to be and Glenview NAS no longer even exists, but, the Naval Training Cntr is a solid, very active Navy Base. Within 30 miles of Hales Corner.

There's little open space between the lake and rural western counties. Lots of people. Also a lot of High Tension Powerlines, wheich is what I'm assuming you are refering to in your account. We've been having a lot of storms today and I've seen a lot of storms in our fairly local area over the course of my 42 years here.

Only ONCE did I see a Triangle craft. But, I'll tell ya, I am not sure if it was a craft falling/spinning out of control above me so fast it made me literally RUN before I looked twice...or simply a ripped shingle on a warm spring stormy windy day back in 2000.

But my friends exclaimed, laughed and ribbed me for a while about my jumping/leaping to a panicked run and I, to this day, swear it looked very large and I was very afraid it was going to land on the apartment building I was living in. And land HARD. But....nothing hit the ground/building and I laughed with my pals afterward, but, I remember the absolute panic and instant chaos that 6-7 seconds produced.

I believe you saw something. Maybe.
But,
I believe I saw something....maybe.

Good luck, OP.

Cuhail



posted on May, 7 2012 @ 01:11 AM
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Anyone who has doubts that these things exist hasn't studied the case history. Military pilots have chased them (unable to catch up) and filed official government reports in multiple countries. There are at least 2 incidents I know of where several police officers "chased" this type of object across multiple jurisdictions as the objects floated slowly by at low altitude.

I think we've established they exist.

As to ours or theirs? Insufficient evidence for a conclusion. Lots of opinions but those are just that.

The reports of memory loss and other strange effects do not necessarily indicate an abduction, however. Read Nick Cook's "The Hunt for Zero Point" - read it, don't watch the waste of time, watered down TV show version. It details historic records and reports of experiments with anti gravity technology from pre WW2 to the present and more than a few of these methods have very strong reactions by humans too close to the propulsion / gravity shielding / anti gravity device. Some of these effects were even fatal so if the worst you got was a bit of EMF scrambling of the brain I guess be glad it wasn't worse.

Of course, if they aren't ours there's no telling. Find a reputable hypno therapist and explore if you can....



posted on May, 7 2012 @ 03:12 AM
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I have seen one of these in the early 90's in Spokane, WA near an air force base. I think they might be top-secret aircraft. I don't see any reason why the OP would be hoaxing. These aircraft are pretty well-known to be sighted in situations just like the OP says. He might be exaggerating a bit on the size, though.
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posted on May, 7 2012 @ 03:21 AM
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I won't go into the whole story here, but I have a friend who worked for the Navy for quite a few years and was mistakenly present at a meeting that was well above his pay grade. He learned of some things the Navy was working on that he had never been privy to, and excused himself because he knew he wasn't supposed to be there. He was debriefed, had to sign secrecy agreements and all that. He said this about what he heard: "Obviously I can't tell you what I know, but I'll tell you this much - even if I did tell you, you would not believe me. The Navy is working on some s--t that would blow your mind."

This guy is a straight shooter, so when I hear about black triangles, I'd say they are most likely ours. One of these days I am going to get some details about that meeting outta him.



posted on May, 7 2012 @ 05:44 AM
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....The only "conspiracy" is the fact that it has been sighted all over the world, and our government plays dumb about it.


Unicorns, fairies, witches and wizards are "sighted" all over the world too. Heck, in some countries they hold public executions if your found to be a wizard. All all these things are 100% real as well by your logic, right?



posted on May, 7 2012 @ 05:51 AM
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You're not the only one.


I've often thought that three silent drones could project a triangular hologram. Not suggesting you didn't see a physical triangular craft, just want to share that thought.



posted on May, 7 2012 @ 06:27 AM
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Originally posted by darkbake
reply to post by Rob414
 


I have seen one of these in the early 90's in Spokane, WA near an air force base. I think they might be top-secret aircraft. I don't see any reason why the OP would be hoaxing. These aircraft are pretty well-known to be sighted in situations just like the OP says. He might be exaggerating a bit on the size, though.
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Actually, I have a friend who says she saw a triangle-shaped UFO, and she also said it was the size of a football field! Her sighting was back in the 90's, I don't remember the exact year. I have no reason not to believe her, as she is a very intelligent person who works at our local college.

I have had sightings many times myself, but not that large. Well, maybe they were that large up close. The ones I saw were darting around in all directions up high in the sky, so it's hard to say how big they were. I saw one cigar-shaped EXTREMELY close... floated right beside my car. It was a little bigger than a semi tractor-trailer.



posted on May, 7 2012 @ 06:50 AM
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Originally posted by jaws1975


I'm not mad at all, more disappointed in the behavior of some posters. As far as his point about how he shouldn't have been able to see all the lights, the poster clearly states in the op that the UFO descended down to 15 feet above the power lines. He could have seen all the lights before it descended!


Ok but still is the lack of evidence. If i told you that i saw a Unicorn would you believe me just because i said i saw it? Of course not, most likely you would ask for evidence.


Skeptics don't take UFO believers seriously anyways! Whether it is famous astronauts, ex presidents, Harvard professor's etc.etc....they are all bat s**t crazy right?


Cause most UFO believers are either gullible, they believe any claim with out evidence. I used to be a UFO believer too you know, now im cynical about everything.
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posted on May, 7 2012 @ 06:52 AM
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I saw one of these huge triangles in the late 90's, and your experience has perked my interest as yours is the only other account where a noise is mentioned. I heard it before I saw it, and it sounded like a deep humming / buzzing. It got really intense and oppressive. I am glad to have heard an account at long last, which matches my own. Big, aren't they



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