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Originally posted by intrptr
What I saw wasn't a floating apple. It made an abrupt change of direction at impossible speed. I couldn't describe the 'object' because it was only apparent as a totally silent Extremely vivid blue sometimes orange or red light. From my perspective it was eye level across a valley. With witnesses.
For what its worth.
Mine was a very large and perfect orange globe that pulsed into brilliant life and then "un-pulsed" into nothingness before repeating. On full-pulse it looked like molten metal on the inside.
...how can we say what we saw are "craft?" We can make an argument for Intelligently controlled, but the "craft" part doesn't seem to there.
Originally posted by The GUT
A question oft asked, but seldom answered in any meaningful way is: If we are dealing with Extraterrestrial lifeforms visiting our planet, then why are there so many differing descriptions of craft? Often from observers of the same incident.
I mean we talk and hear reports of the basic "saucer" which remains pretty consistent at times I agree, then again the "modern" UFO age started, allegedly, with Kenneth Arnold's sighting of basically delta-shaped craft misidentified as "saucer-shaped."
What Vallee, Keel, and others suggest is that the reports throughout recorded history remain much the same...only the "identity" of these elusive intelligences seem to change.
At the turn of the century they were "flying ships" replete with descriptions of, basically, sea-going ships but flying in the air. Then, once science, technology, and sci-fi start to cross paths...we have spacemen.
I don't profess to have the answer, but I do suggest the questions and items listed above are worthy of consideration.
Originally posted by mcx1942
In my opinion, if the "visitors" have mastered faster than light travel, then slipping through theoretical dimensions would probably be easy.