posted on Jan, 9 2014 @ 12:55 PM
reply to post by Auricom
Thank you everyone for your input. I appreciate it. I'm not sure how to check Mufon, but thanks for the suggestion. If I can figure it out, I'll
give it a go.
After re-reading my posts and taking a look at the image I feel I wasn't too clear. It was early and I was excited. So let me point out a few
In the image in my original post, you'll see two circles of light. One large (left) and one quite small (right). There are two square red boxes,
one detailing how the large white orb dimmed out. If you look very closely to the left at the end of the scale you'll see a small circle. That's
basically what I saw once it dimmed out. The other red square isn't a highlight of anything in the sky, but rather a snipped of how the large white
orb moved once it dimmed from the position shown on the left side of the image next to the little "regular" star.
The large white orb is what I saw. The little prick of light directly to the right is a stationary star that this orb was next to. As you can see,
there's quite a difference in the sizing of the two. Naturally earlier this morning when I saw it I was trying to find a mundane explanation, but
when I look back I realize that it was truly far too large to be a planet, star or even a plane. In fact, in mid 2012 an elderly man disappeared in
this area which lead a police helicopter to go looking for him. The police helicopter buzzed my apartment several times with the spotlight on full
about 100 or so feet above me.
With that in mind, I can't compare the polices spotlight to this orb in either size or intensity. I'd also like to point out that I'm not 100%
sure how long this all lasted. It felt both quick and slow at the same time for me so I'm only surmising the entire experience lasted for about six
to seven seconds from start to finish. It could have been longer or shorter.
Due to all of this, I'm chalking this up to a neat personal experience. If I was absolutely certain that what I saw was of E.T. origin I would
report it to Mufon. Whatever it is was created by someone's hands. (I.e., not natural.) It wasn't a satellite as they're no bigger than a prick
of light in the night sky and are often seen above. I'm starting to feel like that Ancient Aliens guy with the meme "I'm not saying it's aliens,
but it's aliens". I just can't for the life of me consider a plausible explanation. I have a military background, I've used signal flares, been
on and around various aircraft, so I know what these all look like.
I really wish another person was there with me and my child when we experienced this.