posted on Jul, 8 2013 @ 09:25 AM
reply to post by eluder
I see these quite regularly here in Brisbane. I've been keeping an eye on them for about a year now, I've got more footage than I know what to do
with. Sometimes they move, very subtly (although at whatever distance they are from Earth it very well could be vast distances). Or it could be an
optical illusion, I don't claim to know. But they're certainly not regular stars or planets. I have a telescope powerful enough to see the rings of
saturn here at home, but I can't ever get the thing to focus on these weird energy orbs, and my video camera seems incapable of accurately capturing
their truly bizarre behavior. Their colours are incredible though. Whatever they are, they're mesmerizing to watch. I've stayed up til sunrise many
times observing them & filming them.
Anyway... I just wanted to throw in my two cents. I don't have any more of an idea of what they might be than you. But I'm certain that they're not
entirely natural, or at least they appear to be under some form of energy manipulation. They pulse, subtly change shape & size & position, blink in
and out of visibility, flash all kinds of different colours... sometimes all at once! And often they appear in pairs, with one being significantly
dimmer than the other. Strange... yet very interesting to watch. However, after hours & hours of observing them, I now have more questions than before
I started studying them. A frustrating mystery indeed.
I don't know if it's just Australia, but we seem to have a lot of them here. I've seen them in Melbourne, Sydney and all over Queensland, and quite
regularly too. I'm certain they're not stars or planets or satellites. I couldn't guess at what they might be though. Life's strange. They could
literally be anything. But one thing's for sure - they're consistent. They rarely do anything out of the ordinary besides occasionally vanishing
and/or reappearing, even on a clear night.
Good luck getting to the bottom of it anyway brother