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Moving stars? or ufo? Satellites?
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 19848003:MV8xNTExMzk2XzMzMDA5MTcyXzQwMTc4NkY=] some are calling them "orange orbs" or Redish fire orb They look like more 'Energy being' then a "craft to me. Maybe some kind of high advanced Recon light "drone" doing recon of the whole EARTH before The Earth Farm "harvesting day' oups.. invasion [/quote]
hello i have been coming to this site religiously since the begining of the year. I recently signed up for an account here and i would like to ask you all a question.
Last night i was outside watching the stars as i usually do late at night here in the country. I keep seeing stationary stars then all of a sudden they take flight across the night sky. These stars will move from a dead stop skim across the sky quickly sometimes in a straight line others in jagged lines, some will even take off quickly then stop, then take off again before they disappear they will get extremely bright then instantly fade away. I have been seeing this alot this year alone. there were 4 different accounts of this happening last night alone. does anyone have an idea of what it might be? I have heard it is a satellite but i just cant seem to grasp that whole idea just by the way they move in the sky.
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