Hi Nick. I'm just going to re-post my questions here for you(which I think some others may be interested in knowing). If you get around to answering,
that's great. Otherwise, thanks a lot for all your answers thus far
I'm sorry my post may be a little long, and it contains a few questions - but they are all mostly inter-related.
I would like to ask you about the Orange Orb phenomenon. There are many sightings of these orbs all around the world at a seemingly constant rate -
(ruling out the mundane observations that fit the description of lanterns etc).
I have my own personal sighting to share with you.
"I was on the summit of a range of mountains in my town. I was there with my friend. We were sitting in the car at about 8 or 830pm. There were no
clouds in sight. Friend was looking up at the stars and asks me, "Whats that?". It took me about 5 seconds to get in position to see what they saw.
What I saw was an intense orb of orange light. There was no sound, and the light refraction seemed static... as in, it wasn't a typical light that you
see twinkling in the atmosphere. it just gave the impression of being in the upper atmosphere or even above it/in space. It didn't move in a straight
line either, it moved like it was an insect in the wind, slight variations in its course(I later wondered if it was maneuvering around space debris or
simply eye muscles attempting to focus, it seemed like there was miniscule movement). It traveled across at least half of the sky, and when it had
reached about halfway, it suddenly accelerated, and arced up/away from us, in two distinctly noticeable bounds, and disappeared into the background of
space within less then a second. The acceleration was mind boggling. It's trajectory was almost directly away from us, slightly angled so that we had
some depth perception regarding it's movement, it really gave the impression that it went the bleakness of space very far away. It also became smaller
as it sped off, reinforcing that impression of it actually traveling far away, as opposed to being an event taking place solely in the upper
atmosphere. As soon as we observed it do this, we became very verbal, shouting, "What the f**k was that?!", over and over... I immediately turned on
the car and left, we both felt fear."
Now I am wondering
How many encounters have you read about regarding orange orbs - and what, if any, other types of phenomena have been associated with these orbs (e.g
saucer becomes an orb, or abductions happening at same time as orb sightings)
I was also wondering what your thoughts were on Stanley Fulham, the ex-NORAD Officer who died late 2010. He predicted a mass alien sighting around the
world. I did not pay any attention to this - but on the day he said it would happen, my friend had just arrived to my house by walking, and he was
excitedly shouting my name, to come and look at something. I got to the road and we observed 7 Orange Orbs silently traversing the sky in formation
and slowly drift away/up and out of sight. There were also supposed sightings in other cities around the world - New York for example. (some videos on
youtube are still up showing this). Also, my friend had no idea about the upcoming sighting, so he was merely pointing out something to me that he
thought was extra-ordinary.
Lastly, Since you have seen information that tells of UFOS behaving in ways that seem to defy physics - I noted that you said there's no evidence of
the phenomenon being extra-terrestrial. I had the thought that if these craft are real - and they do travel at speeds that seem impossible to us, if
they were man-made, and it only took us a fairly short time to discover this technology - would not the chances of extra-terrestrials being
responsible for a portion of these sightings (granted that mankind actually has come into possession of similar craft)be almost inevitable? (following
the logic that there is probably other sentient life somewhere else in the galaxy and if it is so easy for us to create such technology, then surely
others have discovered it and visited other planets).
Thank you for your time if you end up answering my questions Nick. I could probably ask some more but there's a word limit so these will do for
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