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FLICKERING and COLOR-CHANGING STARS...Does the sky seem different lately?

 
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Did you know that "Twinkle, Twinkle little Star" and the "alphabet song" are sung the same way

but I digress...
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AND - Now I lay me down to sleep, I pray the Lord my soul to keep...

Creepy huh!
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Been watching this for over a year. Last week I pointed this out to a group that I was talking to in front of my home, on the ocean. No one had ever looked up and noticed this before, they were amazed and none were young. So life long experience pointed out that this was not normal.
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I've seen them too.
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We see them too, blue and red flickering, more then just one every night around here.

I also never noticed this before.
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I too assumed they were stars for quite a while. Then on various occasions I've seen them move from one orbit to another. Yes, move! And they move quickly. No, it is not the earth movement creating an illusion. This is the actual objects (thought once to be flickering colored stars) moving from one position to another. As though they are looking for a more suitable orbit for one reason or another. Once they find it, they then "park" in the new orbit for weeks or even months. But watched long enough and eventually you will see them reposition themselves again. Sometimes at or just above the horizion and other times they will go beyond the horizon and won't be seen again for months.

Offhand I'd guess these are bases for smaller ships of some sort. With all the billions and billions of dollars poured into black projects, reverse engineering of downed alien vessels, etc., it is quite possible these are advanced man-made ships from earth. Although in fairness, it's unlikely the largest ones could be fully assembled on earth. Probably easier to do sub-assemblies and then lift them into orbit for the final assembly processes.

I've begun to assume that they are the "aircraft carriers" of space. When you turn an infrared binoculars on them, you can clearly see small ships darting into and out of them. This is a nightly occurrence and one that the Military is obviously well aware is going on above earth.

Space wars? Aliens shooting it out over our heads? Or are we in conflict with some extra-terrestial race of beings and in a war with them in an effort to protect earth from a wholesale invasion? Who knows? Obviously the government knows but they're not talking to avoid wholesale panic, and to keep their ultra-classified ships and weapons system hidden from the public for some indeterminate period into the future.
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I've read other posts about a whole new perspective is seen with night vision binoculars. What brand, specs are you using? I would like to buy some to check out all the activity. I've noticed all the colors in stars and extra twinkling also. Thanks.
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I am at a high altitude, maybe 4000 ft. above sea level where I view the stars from my third-floor balconey every evening, throughout the night. The stars I stare at every night seem to be changing. Their colors are coming through randomly and they sparkle with green, blue, red even orangish hues. I do not do drugs. I have never seen this before, despite having observed them from even higher elevations. I had originally considered temperature variables due to the altitude, but others in lower places are commenting on the same thing.

Have you seen this? Please share and thank you.
 Quoting: Psemeni

You are just NOW noticing this, they have been there for some time now, but they ARE putting on bigger shows than before, have moved in a little lower. These are CRAFT.
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I too assumed they were stars for quite a while. Then on various occasions I've seen them move from one orbit to another. Yes, move! And they move quickly. No, it is not the earth movement creating an illusion. This is the actual objects (thought once to be flickering colored stars) moving from one position to another. As though they are looking for a more suitable orbit for one reason or another. Once they find it, they then "park" in the new orbit for weeks or even months. But watched long enough and eventually you will see them reposition themselves again. Sometimes at or just above the horizion and other times they will go beyond the horizon and won't be seen again for months.

Offhand I'd guess these are bases for smaller ships of some sort. With all the billions and billions of dollars poured into black projects, reverse engineering of downed alien vessels, etc., it is quite possible these are advanced man-made ships from earth. Although in fairness, it's unlikely the largest ones could be fully assembled on earth. Probably easier to do sub-assemblies and then lift them into orbit for the final assembly processes.

I've begun to assume that they are the "aircraft carriers" of space. When you turn an infrared binoculars on them, you can clearly see small ships darting into and out of them. This is a nightly occurrence and one that the Military is obviously well aware is going on above earth.

Space wars? Aliens shooting it out over our heads? Or are we in conflict with some extra-terrestial race of beings and in a war with them in an effort to protect earth from a wholesale invasion? Who knows? Obviously the government knows but they're not talking to avoid wholesale panic, and to keep their ultra-classified ships and weapons system hidden from the public for some indeterminate period into the future.
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Oh give me a great big break here, MAN MADE, NO and they have been up there since I was a small child, people just don't look at the sky. These are from GOD and part of the 2nd coming process. There is no space wars going on over our heads, except they take care of our stupid missiles and the like. These are LARGE mother craft.

Sirius is a Star ship, Jupiter is a star ship, go look outside at Venus before down, it's a star ship. Common on people, for crying out loud, use the MINDS God supposedly gave to you.
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I am at a high altitude, maybe 4000 ft. above sea level where I view the stars from my third-floor balconey every evening, throughout the night. The stars I stare at every night seem to be changing. Their colors are coming through randomly and they sparkle with green, blue, red even orangish hues. I do not do drugs. I have never seen this before, despite having observed them from even higher elevations. I had originally considered temperature variables due to the altitude, but others in lower places are commenting on the same thing.

Have you seen this? Please share and thank you.

You are just NOW noticing this, they have been there for some time now, but they ARE putting on bigger shows than before, have moved in a little lower. These are CRAFT.
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Yes, I see them all the time and I also have noticed how they change colors and flicker A LOT. I always look up to the night sky, but for the past year, the stars seem strange - crystal like, shinier and def. change colors. There are normally two large stars that catch my attention that are doing this, which I've never seen before. It's almost like they are getting closer to earth, or we are to them.
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Yes, I see them all the time and I also have noticed how they change colors and flicker A LOT. I always look up to the night sky, but for the past year, the stars seem strange - crystal like, shinier and def. change colors. There are normally two large stars that catch my attention that are doing this, which I've never seen before. It's almost like they are getting closer to earth, or we are to them.
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Let's PLEASE STOP calling the "Stars", they are NOT, they are Huge MOTHER CRAFT. They are moving closer to earth to wake people up.
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I see them, too.
And sometimes I see a "star" move. It's not shooting. It moves in a straight line and stops and stays there.
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Re: FLICKERING and COLOR-CHANGING STARS...Does the sky seem different lately?
If it were ice due to the cold seasons, wouldn't it have done the same ?last year and/or the year before?

That's the point - it's not something observed during previous winters.

Where was the "ice" last November-December? It was not creating this flickering of stars as such.


You're joking right?


No, I am not joking.

It seems to reason that if ice in the atmosphere were causing stars to flash in multi-colors, sometimes appearing to twinkle out even, then would not this phenomenon be observable on a systematic and/or cyclical basis, ie., every winter, every day, every cold season, repeatedly?

What makes it uncommon is that I have never seen this before, surely ice in the atmosphere will have been observable at other times as well as these?


Sure, great, you haven't seen it before. One observers eyes does not equal this hasn't happened before.

It's winter-ish. It happens every year spanning probably since humans have been capable of noticing it.


So you're saying that I failed to observe it during previous winters. I have to laugh.

Thanks.

hf
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lol, guess i failed to observe all these decades too, cause some of those stars sure don't look like stars.
and i have seen them change position overnight. i have seen a few of them actually glide across the sky, not meteorites, not jets.
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If it were ice due to the cold seasons, wouldn't it have done the same ?last year and/or the year before?

That's the point - it's not something observed during previous winters.

Where was the "ice" last November-December? It was not creating this flickering of stars as such.


You're joking right?


No, I am not joking.

It seems to reason that if ice in the atmosphere were causing stars to flash in multi-colors, sometimes appearing to twinkle out even, then would not this phenomenon be observable on a systematic and/or cyclical basis, ie., every winter, every day, every cold season, repeatedly?

What makes it uncommon is that I have never seen this before, surely ice in the atmosphere will have been observable at other times as well as these?


Sure, great, you haven't seen it before. One observers eyes does not equal this hasn't happened before.

It's winter-ish. It happens every year spanning probably since humans have been capable of noticing it.


So you're saying that I failed to observe it during previous winters. I have to laugh.

Thanks.

hf


Bingo

But cool, whatever. I'll let you conspire. Have fun, and be happy, man!!


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for FUCK'S SAKE! Bob Marley didn't sing that song, fool!
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I was looking at two last night myself. I am in the western CAribbean and always see them between north east and south east (direcitonof my balcony) I usually see two mainly nothr and south of Orion's belt, very bright andmainly flashing red/blue with a little yellow sometimes.

When I asked on here I was told Venus and Mars lol yeah right in the same place for the last year lol there are even more now and two months ago about 3 weeks after columbian fireball I also saw one heading west about 30 miles north of Roatan. Lasted about 8 seconds and it was HUGE - NOT a shooting star, this was a fireball!!! first one I have ever seen. I would not be suprised if the announcement about planet sized objects on www.space.com all the fireballs, earthquakes and volcanoes and these twinklers are all related somehow.
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You are seeing Low Earth Orbiting Satellites (Leo's)... They are used for both communications and surveillance. They do have propulsion systems to maintain orbital position.

The color shift is due to reflecting light off of the photovoltaic panels.
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You are seeing Low Earth Orbiting Satellites (Leo's)... They are used for both communications and surveillance. They do have propulsion systems to maintain orbital position.

The color shift is due to reflecting light off of the photovoltaic panels.
 Quoting: Doomish McGee 1137614



I had always assumed they were satellite's. Common sense says they aren't stars or planets. And with all the satellites that have been put into orbit, it's fairly reasonable to guess that these are satellites.
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Chemtrails! Since no one else mentioned it!

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The stars I stare at every night seem to be changing. Their colors are coming through randomly and they sparkle with green, blue, red even orangish hues.
Have you seen this? Please share and thank you.
 Quoting: Psemeni

i live where stars can be seen best- hawaii-
the stars have been doing this for years, however the ones that change colors from red to green to blue to yellow- have been watching us for about 5 years now.......
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I've been seeing them too for a couple of years now. I also see bright flashes like a strobe light.
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Midwest. Have seen them for two years now. Year ago husband and I tried to find it in star charts to no avail. Atmospheric ice would cause a twinkle as in varying intensities of one color of light but not the varying colors... have no idea what these are but have a feeling we will be finding out soon. I don't buy the new age explanations of alien races coming to save the planet... maybe stars about to die or secret satelites but IDK
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I was amazed when I looked at an exceptionally large and bright "twinkler" through binoculars.

The colors flashing on it were so distinct. Red, Blue, White, purple, green. And as I watched, it seemed to morph into various geometric shapes - sometimes going quite large.
All the shapes were polyhedrons.
It looked something like this, but so colorful:
[link to www.healingearthvortexes.com]

The lines of the geometric shapes were quite distinct, and brightly colored, too.
It was an awesome light show, and I doubt that stars do this.
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you can take it as a sign of love
when I'm looking at you
when I'm looking at you for a long long time

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I was amazed when I looked at an exceptionally large and bright "twinkler" through binoculars.

The colors flashing on it were so distinct. Red, Blue, White, purple, green. And as I watched, it seemed to morph into various geometric shapes - sometimes going quite large.
All the shapes were polyhedrons.
It looked something like this, but so colorful:
[link to www.healingearthvortexes.com]

The lines of the geometric shapes were quite distinct, and brightly colored, too.
It was an awesome light show, and I doubt that stars do this.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 875582


The polyhedrons ate the shape of the Merkaba...Wheels of Light...the Ascension Vehicle. There are YouTubes on the Merkaba.
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I was amazed when I looked at an exceptionally large and bright "twinkler" through binoculars.

The colors flashing on it were so distinct. Red, Blue, White, purple, green. And as I watched, it seemed to morph into various geometric shapes - sometimes going quite large.
All the shapes were polyhedrons.
It looked something like this, but so colorful:
[link to www.healingearthvortexes.com]

The lines of the geometric shapes were quite distinct, and brightly colored, too.
It was an awesome light show, and I doubt that stars do this.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 875582


The polyhedrons are the shape of the Merkaba...Wheels of Light...the Ascension Vehicle. There are YouTubes on the Merkaba.

Corrected: ate to are.
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Has anyone looked at these objects through a telescope? Just wondering..
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Yes. The multi-colored flickering over the course of the last year or less is why I got the telescope. Then I asked for Celestron astronomy binoculars for my birthday recently, which are even better. Zoomed in all the way tonight to a multi-colored star and it was even more pronounced and bright. It almost looked as though it was rotating. I guess I'm one of the crazies now... (Ha)
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Not sure if this has been mentioned before, but I believe the twinkling/color changing is caused by our atmosphere....
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The stars I stare at every night seem to be changing. Their colors are coming through randomly and they sparkle with green, blue, red even orangish hues.
Have you seen this? Please share and thank you.

i live where stars can be seen best- hawaii-
the stars have been doing this for years, however the ones that change colors from red to green to blue to yellow- have been watching us for about 5 years now.......
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 717591

I'm from another place where stars can be seen best - Guam - and I watch the sky almost every night - but, I just noticed this one color flickering "star" in our North/East sky that just appeared one night about a month ago. When I saw this thread, it gave me goosebumps. I'm over 5 decades old and have never, ever seen a "star" like this. If it is a satellite, then they just put that sucker up there. I really need to get a telescope!
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I have been watching those so called twinkling lights for well over 5 years. I've looked at them through a telescope. The lights are rotating, thus the twinkling effect. They are large and the rotating colors are regularly spaced and repetitive.

Not all stars twinkle and not all twinkling lights are stars.
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I can't believe it took two bloody pages for someone to point out the obvious and even then they were cdrowned out in the neo-hippy doomtard sovereign second coming mumbo jumbo.

The ONE poster who correctly pointed out that the flickering you are seeing is from the photovoltaic cells of satellite solar panels deserves a sodding prize! Duh folks! How can you be so ignorant and so falsely "open minded" to the unknown that you may miss the glaringly obvious? Are there motherships? Sure. Why not. Are they what people are seeing more and more of? No? Are they only visible in the winter, due to ice crystals? No. I fist noticed them myself three years ago in the New Mexico desert. I notice them most during the summer months because that is when I am outside during the dark periods.

This is the 21st century folks. About 30 new satellites are put into orbit each month across the planet by different nations. Many of the so-called developing nations have developed their own surveillance satellite network and of course there are many many comms birds floating around up there. The ones that seem stationary, but can move around in the sky? Yup...geo-synchronous surveillance birds...they fly around at the same speed as the planet and can be repositioned in their orbital trajectory on the fly.

They have great whapping huge solar panels on them that keep them going for years. That's what you're seeing folks. If you want to keep fantasizing about satellites being motherships, you're gonna miss the real thing because you'll be too busy hunting and pecking your response to this thread from Mom's basement.

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