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Builder spots UFO lights in Whangarei ( New Zealand )

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posted on Dec, 13 2012 @ 03:26 AM
I do not have any thing to add to this post apart from we have had a lot of sightings lately here in the north Island of New Zealand .

A Northland builder says a cluster of lights hovered over Whangarei today before disappearing. Graham Jones was working on a site in Morningside, when he saw three balls of blue lights near Whangarei Airport about 3pm. The lights were in a cluster of three, and moved silently toward Mt Parihaka, near the Whangarei War Memorial, before vanishing after trailing across Kamo and disappearing toward Hikurangi. He said the crafts were about 30 to 40 feet wide and all he could see was a blue light across each. ``I know it wasn't an aircraft,'' he said. Mr Jones called the Advocate after spotting the lights and is interested to know if other people saw them. ``I have better things to do - I am sane!'' he said.

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posted on Dec, 13 2012 @ 04:21 AM
Unrelated but in New Zealand too. Probably a satellite.
I'm in Auckland and about 10pm 13/12/12, looking to the southwest of me I saw, what I think was probably, a satellite going east to west for about 30cm (1ft) of a ruler held at arms length in about 10sec.
It looked just like a moving star .It then faded in and out then disappeared.

I thought as it was going west, towards the sun, it would get brighter, but apparently not.
So, it is a UFO, in the "Unidentified Flying Object" sense of the term.
Hopefully one day I will see something completely weird/cool.
Someone said meteorites are coming in the next couple of days. That's about as weird/cool as it gets around these parts.

posted on Dec, 13 2012 @ 06:19 AM
Both may have seen these as they are peaking tonight.

Geminid Meteor Shower
edit on 13-12-2012 by ragsntatters because: spelling

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