Well I just finished Ryan Skinners Skinwalker Ranch
book, and it's got me more interested in the subject
of "light forms" / blobs of light / light ufos' / PSP
materializations, whatever you want to call them
than ever. In that book, 'blobs of light' are one of
the major elements, and near the end of the book
a blobby light even forms into a giant wolf form
that interacted with the physical environment.
Of course credibility is always an issue when the
claims are incredible. However these kind of
incidents are becoming better and better reported
all the time.
For the "high strangeness" type events at least, where
the 'ufo' or 'paranormal object' seems to be responding
to what a witness thinks or feels, I think it's really
important to correlate the patterns evidenced by these
'lights' so that a hypothesis can be formed.
As I've written before, the book "Encounters with Star
People" really fascinated me, due in part to blobs of
light forming into apparently solid ufos that supposedly
people touched and in one case even entered.
(no need to suggest wacky weed or magic mushrooms).
It seems that if you get enough of these blobs of light
involved in a group, they can form or accomplish almost
anything. Now of course there is the 'projected hallucination
into the mind' sort of theory.. but that won't explain the
radiation burns and other effects that are sometimes
Finally, I'd like to share a link, which also quotes from the British
Government MoD report:
Intelligent Light Forms
This link has a lot more observations about light forms than
you often find in one spot; of particular interest to me,
is reports that some of the light blobs cast no shadows,
and seem to have dynamic and intricate internal structures,
etc. The link is HIGHLY worth a read if you are open to these kind of
Here is a snippet that has great persona meaning for me:
The example they give is of three atmospheric plasma balls coming together and interacting to form a structure that looks remarkably like the
‘classic’ flying triangle. They even show a photograph of one of these ‘natural’ flying triangles and it does look uncannily like the ones
sighted and photographed in Belgium during the 1989/90 wave. At first it looks to be just three lights in triangular formation but
when computer-enhanced to intensify the contrast of light tone it clearly shows a matt-black triangle connecting the lights.
I'm pretty much convinced now that those black triangles are in
fact precognitive sentient phenomenon (light blobs).
edit on 11-12-2013 by KellyPrettyBear because: Added paragraph to end.