posted on Nov, 29 2012 @ 07:20 PM
What we need to understand is understood however it remains paradoxically misunderstood even though we understand it.
You can see my frustration yes?
Nope, we feel it.
We ask if it would be possible for your MBSC to rephrase or explain the above in another way. We do not remember the exact nature of movement
during our encounter, although we understand the nature of movement (from our perspective) is irrelevant in this "moment".
We will attempt to explain to the best of our ability.
By 'shoot across the sky', this MBSC does not mean in the typical way that a 'shooting star' is 'seen'; and by that we mean from LEFT ----to--->
It seemed as if this 'object'..along with its light trail, moved in a 'semi-circle' path. Now, visualize a bridge in your mind - a beam bridge, to be
specific. Now, imagine the path of the bridge to be 'semi-circle' in shape. Now, imagine 'you' stood at the highest point of the semi cricle.
visualize what it would look like, if - while standing there- you looked down at your feet and "zoomed' your view straight 'upwards' towards the
What you should be seeing now, its a '3d' view of what looks to be like the 'side' of a sphere. Now, imagine a car, with very bright headlights -
while still in your "zoomed out" perspective - simply drove over the bridge at an insanley fast speed - hence the light trails that follow it.
Now, after 'you' understand waht this looks like. Imagine the same exact occurence, except the 'bridge' is removed from the equation, but the 'path'
the 'car' follows remains...and your perspective stays the same.. however; your 'zoomed out' perspective is now the typical 'perspective' of a MBSC
looking up at the sky.
We feel that if your MBSC can properly understand this annotation, it may resemble a very similar p.o.v that this MBSC was looking from.
edit on 29-11-2012 by GreeneLight because: (no reason given)
edit on 29-11-2012 by GreeneLight because: (no reason