Yeah, it seems to be a rocket launch.
If it was ET, it would me moving and/or have more activity.
Here is an amazing example...
"flying saucer- No chance of a saucer here, baby. Because IT was
triangular, and its top angle sort of inverted in pulses, so that
overall it appeared to be diamond shaped.
At that moment in my astonishment, we could hear a "wind"
coming, and it moved past us like a tangible magnetic field,
rustling the pine trees around us so much that some cones and
branches fell on us.
The two firm hands on my shoulders tightened, warning me
not to move in pure physical reaction,
At the same time, ruby-red laser-like beams began shooting
out from the " thing", which incredibly was now growing even
MORE in size - while still stationary in its original position over
One of the twins now TALKED softly, although the sound of
his voice was like thunder to me.
"#! They're enveloping the area! They're going to spot
I had no time to wonder about what he meant. Indeed, some
of the laser-red beams had begun blasting pine trees! Of all
At the same time, the "thing" had now increased its size to
what may have been about ninety feet wide.
The whole of this so far had been accomplished in
COMPLETE silence, and even the electric bolts had not "crackled."
The blasting of the trees, though, was now audible, while at
the same time I could begin to hear low-frequency pulsations,
"They're blasting deer or porcupines or something in the
forest," Axel explained softly in a calm but tense stage whisper.
"The beams sense biological body heat, and they're sure to hone
in on us."
At that moment, the two hands tightened on my shoulders
and I was dragged and practically thrown back down into the
There was a terrific "pop" where we had been, and some
large branches of nearby pines cascaded down on us.
That was my last sight of the triangular thing, but in that
last moment I could see the WATER OF THE LAKE SURGING UPWARD
- like a waterfall going upward, as if being sucked into the
I had landed rather hard on my butt. But with my feet
dragging, the twins pulled me up and ran with me between them
down the arroyo a short way where they suddenly flung me like a
sack of corn under a rock overhang of some kind.
Axel plopped in virtually on top of me, and the four of us
huddled packed together like mice in a matchbox."