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Have you ever looked up into the sky at night and seen orbs of light?

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posted on Sep, 3 2021 @ 10:53 AM
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At which hour we seeth unidentifi'd a'rial phenomena, 'r uap f'r sh'rt, we gen'rally seeth lighteth in a circular area, in one 'r m're occurrences. At which hour we seeth those, we all maketh our owneth assumptions.

some assume these art metallic, physical objects physically reflecting lighteth 'r machines with lighteth sources mount'd to those folk. Of this campeth, many jumpeth to the conclusion yond those gents art aliens. While i don’t discount aliens, time-view'rs (not necessarily traveleth'r’s) actually maketh m're senseth. Most of the timeth i assume t is an exp'rimental military cautel.
Consid'r the possibility yond the roswell nonce wast simply a russian spy drone yond the unit'd states gov'rnment didst not wanteth admiteth madeth t past our ability to detecteth. oth'rs assume those gents art some s'rt of en'rgy 'r projection, which wouldst pray pardon me their movement which seemeth to defy the laws physics.

howev'r, th're art options which is oft did neglect. This wouldst beest the cam'ra the'ry. This is did tie directly to the simulation hypothesis and states yond the optical disturbances art m'rely an effect of a video game style cam'ra viewing an area in what we wouldst calleth “spectat'r mode”.

the cam'ra is the spoteth through which we exp'rience video games; the t'rm describes our p'rspective and view of a digital space as well as the freedom of 'r restrictions on how we as playeth'rs controleth yond viewpoint.

if 't be true thee then pusheth furth'r to the idea of multiple people playing a video game at the same timeth, we reacheth the conclusion t that gent at th're shouldst beest multiple cam'ras. If 't be true a team of spectat'rs w're moving, we wouldst seeth a group of independently moving optical phenomena, which we doth in many uap rep'rts.

anoth'r did neglect possibility wouldst beest angels 'r demons flying 'round in the atmosph're. This is usually associat'd with the glowing 'rb phenomena as doest the previous the'ry i mention'd.

did grant this doest not pray pardon me alien abduction encount'rs, howev'r as the unit'd states gov'rnment hath said, “the uap document'd in this limit'd dataset demonstrateth an array of a'rial behavi'rs, reinf'rcing the possibility th're art multiple types of uap requiring diff'rent explanations. ”

as those gents hath said, this couldst beest a range of phenomena which we art unaware of. So these art likely going to needeth a range of explanations. Catch but a wink paralysis is of course the most likely hypothesis
edit on 3-9-2021 by EncounteRreport because: I shan't say



posted on Sep, 3 2021 @ 11:16 AM
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Sorry, I could not resist...



posted on Sep, 3 2021 @ 11:22 AM
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No. Bummer too. I usually get up pretty early and always look too the sky hoping to see something. I think the neatest thing I have ever seen was a meteorite, like I swear I could hear it and see sparks coming off of it. Sounded and looked like a bottle rocket thing as it passed over. Maybe it was but I don't think so. I was expecting an explosion when it hit ground but it was probably travelling so fast it landed on the other side of the lake.



posted on Sep, 3 2021 @ 11:28 AM
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Just remember this, my girl, when you look up in the sky. You can see the stars and still not see the light



posted on Sep, 3 2021 @ 11:50 AM
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There was one afternoon when I looked up in the sky and saw a fleet of silvery-white orbs. The were visible between puffy white clouds, as in many of the videos taken of them. I tried to use my cellphone to get a snapshot of them, but they did not show up in the picture. It was interesting to note that they were perfectly motionless. I definitely had a sense they were not from this world.



posted on Sep, 3 2021 @ 12:26 PM
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originally posted by: incoserv


Sorry, I could not resist...

No sorry, I love it.



posted on Sep, 3 2021 @ 01:38 PM
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When I was younger, and way more stupid than I am now...yes I saw things in the sky...and on the ground and dancing around me.............no dosage instructions with Mescaline.



posted on Sep, 3 2021 @ 02:53 PM
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I've come to recognize what a satellite usually looks like. But the more you go out at night and just look up into the sky, the more odd things you'll see. Stuff that appears and disappears. Meteorites that burn up. Flashes in your peripheral vision.

Arthur C. Clarke once said that he didn't "believe in UFOs" because he had seen too many of them. He's not wrong. They're all over the place if you look.



posted on Sep, 3 2021 @ 03:00 PM
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Yes I have.



posted on Sep, 3 2021 @ 08:15 PM
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originally posted by: FunshineCD
No. Bummer too. I usually get up pretty early and always look too the sky hoping to see something. I think the neatest thing I have ever seen was a meteorite, like I swear I could hear it and see sparks coming off of it. Sounded and looked like a bottle rocket thing as it passed over. Maybe it was but I don't think so. I was expecting an explosion when it hit ground but it was probably travelling so fast it landed on the other side of the lake.
Bolides you see typically won't do much when they hit the ground. Exceptions are very rare like the Tunguska impact in 1908 but that was likely a large object, where impacts that large might occur only once every 500 years. Even that one didn't leave any crater that was ever confirmed, though the mid-air explosion was powerful enough to flatten a forest of trees.


originally posted by: Blue Shift
Arthur C. Clarke once said that he didn't "believe in UFOs" because he had seen too many of them. He's not wrong. They're all over the place if you look.
Any aircraft becomes unidentifiable if it's far enough away, it will eventually just look like a dot. If it's lighted you'll just see a light. If your camera is out of focus or if your eyes aren't focusing well (maybe don't have your glasses on or need better glasses), the light becomes an "orb".



And yes as the OP said there could be multiple causes. No way to tell from that if it's a star, planet, plane, Chinese lantern, or the spaceship of Lur from Omicron Perseii 8.



posted on Sep, 4 2021 @ 05:06 AM
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Yes seen a few orbs
indeed think about them every day.

Twenty to thirty years ago literally became obsessed by them following the initial CE and got really involved.

Gave it up as a hobby as it started getting a little full on when it went from watching a nice pair of white type ufo orbs in the sky in the beginning to literally being followed by them, having them morph in different shapes, have molten metal pouring off them, have them zoom at you like a bullet and stopping 12" from your eyes in an instant, have 24 ish of them in a perfect circle above your head all of them in same coloured pairs, yellows, reds, greens, whites, amber / oranges........... Have a radiant white mothership like a slab of white light half an acre in size that roared like an elephant zoom over you four times then as it departs crop spray you with ba candy floss like substance that we later found out was something listed in the Bible as Manna, G-ds food.

Yes I've seen a few and they are great fun and things can get a little crazy if you want to take the CE to the next level



posted on Sep, 4 2021 @ 11:41 AM
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originally posted by: Stormdancer777
Yes I have.


Me too...




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