posted on Nov, 21 2013 @ 01:12 PM
Thanks for sharing your sighting. I saw some stuff too over a couple of days at night, except all of them moved in perfectly straight lines at even
speeds. One of them was bright (white) enough that I noticed it out the corner of my eyes without my glasses, and in the moment I knew I could not
grab them from in front of me and check in time given its speed and trajectory. Surely enough, in the 3 seconds it took to get them on and look, it
passed the hotel. I looked around the corner since our balcony was at the very edge, and I couldn't see it since it went right behind. Orion's belt
from that angle happened to be half visible.
If the others were satellites, why so many and in all directions? How come only on the 2 or 3 nights, and never at any other time? I wasn't the only
one seeing them. These were not planes either, and I've seen one shooting star while looking for them too, nothing like it again. These drifted
steadily across the sky among other stars looking exactly like stars.
You want to know what it was, but those who haven't seen them will jump at the chance to 'educate' and medicate you, call it case closed because
there's been some opinionated topics on it at ATS, or otherwise jump at the chance to say aliens. Hoaxing clouds attempts to get to the truth of the
unknown in the same way, and is no different than people vandalizing ancient features of natural parks, or inscribing crap on petroglyphs.