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Originally posted by flexy123
Kudos to you for going through lengths to really find out what it is, checking star maps and then looking the next day again! I think it's great you did this!
Originally posted by griswold
last night i was by the river, and i saw in distance something similar: a star that twinkle and changes color (blue,red,white). at first my friend and i thought it was a plane, but it was not moving.
can someone with astronomy knowledge chek if it is posible for me in Serbia,Belgrade,Europe to see same object as you in USA ?
Originally posted by majesticgent
reply to post by Pagedisciple
Venus is stationary? That's news to me...
Since people can't gauge sarcasm, but dish it out well, I was giving a preview of what the debunkers always say videos like this are. Venus. I guess Chinese lantern would have been more appropriate?
I, on the other hand, don't know what it is.edit on 7-9-2012 by majesticgent because: (no reason given)
Added 11 November 2009 Q. Some people who have seen the ‘star’ report that they seem to experience an energy emanating from it. Does this really happen? A. Yes. The ‘star’ (all four of them) does indeed radiate energy, the quality which we would usually associate with love, which is why some people say that they actually love the ‘star’ and hold it in awe as something sacred.