reply to post by jude11
Actually, if you watch enough UFOs like I do, you'll notice that they often turn off their lights and can switch them on again at will. Most UFOs go
unseen and can only be detected in the infrared. One way I know the difference between a UFO and a satellite is that a satellite stays lit across the
sky, while a UFO appears in one part of the sky, turns its lights off, continues on, and then switches them back on for some reason. I don't know if
there is a pattern, or what they are searching for in the canyons near Provo UT, right now, but they are out almost every night. Saw 2 last night.
One, very large, blue, not a meteor zoomed by so fast, I don't know if anyone else caught it, and simultaneously an orange light, too bright to be a
satellite passed from west to east. Notably, these sightings did not occur until a supposed psychic "contact" told me they would start appearing
there, and I had been going up in that area at night to think for several months without event, and no, I am not hallucinating. Brought my mom with
me to one outing and she saw them with me... I also saw one go down over Utah Lake, but it didn't crash, was too large to be a meteor, and if it was
a meteor, it was too large to just break up without event, but rather it just passed harmlessly into the earth... makes ya wonder over how smart
someone can be if they can create technology that can phase through solid matter, huh?