posted on May, 18 2013 @ 10:10 AM
After listening to my father tell of the weird intelligently controlled lights he saw in the early 1950's over Nevada, reading all the paperback
books of my youth on the subject and then seeing a handful of anomalous things firsthand I have so much amassed evidence that something strange is in
our skies that ten doesn't really do it.
One can list reported incidents that seem to have a basis in reality and have stood up over time, but nothing trumps personal experience ...as long as
one's brain seems to be healthy and one isn't prone to hallucinations, that is. Personal experience from people you know who never stretch the truth
can be compelling, too.
I've had family who've seen an egg shaped craft piloted by a stereotypical grey alien with "spaghetti arms that didn't seem to have bones" that
followed him one night in rural Illinois and two decades later the man won't drive at night, another who saw an orange, diamond shaped, paneled
object that hovered around our desert home one night before sunrise (and I saw the light from it from my room, went out and saw it as it left in the
I have seen two points of lights I thought were satellites meet from opposite sides of the night sky, do a quick semi-circle around each other as if
tethered and then shoot off in opposite directions at impossible speeds, lights that cross most of the horizon in under 4 seconds (in a desert
environment with some perspective in that they were behind mountains 10 miles away) and then change direction and move up at a 45 degree angle to
vanish in the distance.
One that stands out is a white cylinder in the sky around 40 degrees off the horizon that was in front of dark storm clouds that stayed stationary at
an uneven 30 degree angle for five full minutes in 40 mph wind gusts and when I ran inside to get a camera, disappeared (according to the other folks
who were there watching it with me) but I didn't see it vanish (it apparently didn't move away... just blinked out). That happened in southern AZ a
month before the Phoenix lights... which weren't the flares that were filmed, but a mile wide black V shaped thingy that glided from the NW to the SE
across the whole state... but I didn't see that, thousands of others did, though.
That's about five, for what it's worth.