I'm lucky to have seen a lot of UFO activity, some more exciting than others.
Similar to what you saw, I had a jet black triangle shaped silent ufo pass right over my head (it was high up but low enough to see in good detail)
after that, I began seeing a lot more (different types), much more frequently.
It's almost like once you've let yourself become open to UFO's, they show themselves to you more often.
That's what it feels like, anyway.
I used to tell my friends each time it happened, I was excited! Who wouldn't want to share such a mind blowing account with the people around you?
They didn't believe me, of course. To them, it had to have been a plane, or a Chinese lantern.
What I've come to realise is this: seeing a UFO is actually an extremely personal, you could even call it intimate, moment that more often than not
changes your way of viewing life entirely. It really is something you need to see with your own eyes to believe. You can vaguely believe, if you're
an open sort of person, just from pictures or stories but you can't know for sure, like you do when you've seen one.
Intimate moments feel better when you keep them to yourself. You know they happened and it was special, but once you start telling others it feels
almost like a betrayal. You could tell others about it, I mean, who wouldn't want to- we're talking the possibility of alien life here! but that
could (and often does) result in them walking all over your experience with 'sensible' theories and even getting your own mind to doubt what it saw
and then the memory is tainted.
I have limited the people I tell about my sightings now to just the people that I know for sure are more open to the idea (and obviously the internet
but it's easier to ignore criticism on here i find).
The last UFOs that I saw was early this summer at around 3am (I often go out around this time for an evening walk with my friend when it's too hot
indoors and I'm not working the next day) and out of all of the ones that I've seen, this one set my belief in concrete. There were three ufos, from
how it seemed, and it looked as if they were just made of light, bright white light.They moved so fluidly and dimmed in and out of my sight a few
times, in different places in the sky until they vanished, only to reappear together, in a cluster, getting brighter and brighter until they looked
like a hologram, - the image is almost indescribable - my housemate was with me at the time and he described it as 'liquid diamonds' it was ...quite
literally, out of this world.
And then they were gone.
That moment was really special to me, and if felt like they were showing themselves to us, and that's why I use the word intimate, because it was.
Don't let others tell you what you should have seen to have felt 'mind blown' - they can't understand because they were not there, you were, so
it's only your opinion that matters in this instance
I bet you'll start seeing more...just remember to look up!