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Message Subject Cleveland Scene Magazine - LAKE ERIE UFO EXPLAINED? - Sign of the coming Maitreya
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Benjamin Creme Confirms that the ‘star’ and a spacecraft that were seen over Lake Erie are preparing the way of the Maitreya...



Media report the ‘star’ over Cleveland

A mysterious light in the skies of Cleveland, Ohio, USA, has created a lot of media interest, with substantial reports on MoxNews and Fox8News. On 12 March 2010 MoxNews reported that a light had been seen for the ninth night in a row around the same place and time – 7-8pm – sometimes staying for several hours – over Lake Erie in Euclid, Cleveland. The light was first seen by a young local man, Eugene Erlikh, who said: “Absolutely nothing we have on this earth even looks like that.” He added: “It was such a brilliant beam of different lights, it was going red, yellow, green, blue. It was never the same colour, it was always like it was pulsating.” His friend, Nick Hausen, was also a witness. “At first, I figured it was just a star but the way it would move, it would move so fast, I’ve never seen anything like it,” he said. Erlikh filmed the light – and on another occasion, two lights – which can be seen on the media reports on YouTube. (Source: fox8.com; moxnews.com; YouTube)

(Benjamin Creme’s Master confirms that it was the ‘star’, but that from time to time there were also UFOs from Mars. See also letter above titled “Lake Erie ‘star’ sightings”.)
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Lake Erie ‘star’ sightings

Dear Editor,

On the evening of 16 March 2010 three of us were in Euclid, Ohio, on a high bluff overlooking Lake Erie. Shortly after arriving there, a star-like object or UFO suddenly appeared in the skies to the northwest. One person in the group who had a compass commented that it was on a heading of 300 degrees. As we watched, the object gradually brightened and began sparkling as it remained stationary. Some time later, it slowly dimmed until it was no longer visible. Over a period of an hour, this phenomenon repeated itself several times – with the object appearing, disappearing, and then reappearing in the same position.

One person, who has been photographing this activity for two weeks, said that the infrared feature on his video camera allows him to see the UFOs after they have become invisible to the naked eye. He also said they can become quite brilliant. As soon as that comment was uttered, the luminosity of the star-like object increased dramatically and was momentarily brighter than the star Sirius (which was also visible to us).

Later, a second UFO or star-like object appeared to the lower left of the first one. For several moments, these two hung motionless in the sky together. Then the second one began moving towards the position held by the first one. A minute or so later, the first object began moving towards the position where the second object had appeared. This conveyed the impression that they were switching positions with each other.

Once this ‘exchange’ had been completed, the second star-like object became stationary. The first one then receded very slowly, as if on a westerly trajectory (i.e moving away from us). As it departed, the light gradually dimmed and began taking on a deep red hue the closer it approached to the horizon. When we were leaving the bluff, the second star-like object emitted a flash of brilliant white light and then disappeared.

Can you say whether these star-like objects are the ‘star’ that heralds Maitreya’s emergence? Were the brilliant flashes of white light a response to our thoughts?
M.L., Lorain, Ohio, USA.

(Benjamin Creme’s Master confirms that the ‘star’ and a spacecraft were seen over Lake Erie. The flashes of white light were not in response to thought.)
 
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