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Texasboy

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I've notice a star or some type of object in the western sky at night that flickers red, white, blue for the last few weeks..it doesn't move and it's brighter than most of the stars. I thought it was some type of helicopter but it's not anyone ever see this?
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I have seen this for over a year and friends and family laugh at me when i point it out we actually mad fun and mooned it one night looked like a helecopter that didnt move for 2 hours
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I am so glad others are seeing this, i was starting to think i was seeing things. And i don't drink! Lol...
It is in the south east sky here,in about the 4:30 position. It is NOT a star. It is NOT a planet. It is Not a sattelite. I watch it all the time since i see it out my bedroom window. It goes from looking like a normal star to bigger and brighter, then it goes to pulsating red,white,blue and green colors. Then it goes back to looking like a normal start again and then it starts all over.Between 4:30 and 5:00 you can sit here and watch it and all of a sudden it takes off like a bat out of hell towards the west south west. Now i don't think planets and stars do that!
As for trying to get a picture of it. I wished i could.I got my camera out and zoomed in as far as i could but it just shows up a speck in blackness. I tried setting it up on my binoculars and that did not work. I have tried everything to get a pic and i just can't. I wished i could so everyone could see what i see nightly when there is no clouds. I have been seeing it for the last 2 months.
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someone please explain to us what this is ;o
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CHeck out the video and you will see the Star that is now fickering colors thay we can now see.

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Re: Bright Star that flickers red, white, blue
I've notice a star or some type of object in the western sky at night that flickers red, white, blue for the last few weeks..it doesn't move and it's brighter than most of the stars. I thought it was some type of helicopter but it's not anyone ever see this?
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I see these objects almost everyday in the night sky. I just assume they are Alien UFoS. I've seen them more very sporaticlly for a time and then freezing in one position. I have also seen them stop flashing and stay as one color. I thats guy who lives in New Jersey who is also hearing the "strange sound" that people have been hearing and I am convinced that these objects and the sound are related.
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Re: Bright Star that flickers red, white, blue
someone please explain to us what this is ;o
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It's a ship alright. Look at it with a telescope. It pulses different colored lights. They are benevolent so no worries. One of many light ships observing us on planet earth.
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01/20/2012 03:40 PM
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Re: Bright Star that flickers red, white, blue
LOL - this hoax is nearly two years old now. I'm surprised you fell for it again...
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Oops - sorry - wrong thread - d'oh!!
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Re: Bright Star that flickers red, white, blue
someone please explain to us what this is ;o
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It's a ship alright. Look at it with a telescope. It pulses different colored lights. They are benevolent so no worries. One of many light ships observing us on planet earth.
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lately both star ship VENUS and Star Ship Sirius are showing some RED.
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01/20/2012 03:46 PM
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Re: Bright Star that flickers red, white, blue
It's, and many more been around for sometime now.

When these are seen, they are not in distorted state of obscure.

They are 3d holographic projectors, gunning images upon the Earths radiation belt.

One hellavah picture show !

These things have amazing graphic images and are very convincing even when using telescopes.

But have flaws as well. They periodically go on and off line, or get rebooted. If you are lucky, you will catch these computer glitches in action. Sometimes the stars quickly jump scenes or freeze frame.
Many threads and pic and videos on this subject.

The show is surely to cover up the true skies.

It's all for ramping up to the coming events.

Back in March there were as many as 2 dozen that could be seen in the same sky. At least in the South Florida hemisphere. Big ass projectors. Surely a lot of the debt went into these thingies.
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Re: Bright Star that flickers red, white, blue
hmmm, interesting

I have been seeing it in the Eastern sky.
And the one I saw has green in that
same sequence of colors.
oh well, maybe nothing.
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Re: Bright Star that flickers red, white, blue
I to have noticed this object, star, looking through the telescope. It's amazing and beautiful. Im not sure perhaps the Antares.
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I filmed it in HD


Link soon
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Re: Bright Star that flickers red, white, blue
If it is in the constellation Leo the Lion it is Regulus.

If it is in the east and near Orion.. it is Sirius
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Northern California here, I've seen it every night for the last few months in the northeastern sky...
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It was the northeastern sky for me too. I ended up thinking it was Saturn back then. It seemed to be the only planet in that part of the sky at the time. Haven't bothered to check this time on the sky charts.

I think its back - because there is another big, bright star in the same spot that I noticed on our last clear night.
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it's probably Jupiter. it's one of the brightest stars you see at night, I look at it every night. it's my favorite planet lol.
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Re: Bright Star that flickers red, white, blue
Very pretty star
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Yea, prolly something on its way here,
im sure it takes a few hunderd thousand years to travel that far,
its getting closer, the colours are more disinct from a year ago.
that is all iamwith

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01/22/2013 12:24 AM
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Someone explained what it is but I never kept it under favourites, it is not The Destroyer, it is another constellaton that is very far and we cannot normally see it, it shows itself sometimes over the course of time.
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Re: Bright Star that flickers red, white, blue
THANK YOU THANK YOU EVERY ONE ON THIS THRED! BECAUSE THIS HUGE OBJECT HAS BEEN AROUND SINCE LAST WINTER THATS WHEN I FIRST SAW IT BUT , SATURDAY NIGHT ABOUT 430AM I WAS COMING DOWN 85 SOUTH AND I KID YOU NOT THAT OBJECT WAS THE BRIGHTEST THING IN THE SKY AND THE COLORS THAT WERE AMBER PULSATING WITH COLORS THAT MAKE YOU LOOK AND IT MOVED . WHEN I GOT HOME AND WERE I NORMALLY SEE IT FROM MY BACK YARD IT WAS THERE BUT GOING DOWN. NOW I DON'T KNOW IF YOU GUYS ARE PAYING ATTENTION BUT, THERE HAVE BEEN 5.5 AND HIGHER EQS ALL AROUND THE GLOB. AND WITH THE MOON MOVING IN PLACES WE HAVE NEVER SEEN BEFORE AND WITH THE DAM MOON BEING OUT ALL DAY.wtfwtfbumpbump
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Since you saw it in the western sky and people are talking about Jupiter in the west. It might be Jupiter.

I use sky view. Yes jupiter. But u see jupiter, Look to the left where the flicker bright. Blue red white. I try figure out what is it. Satellite. Or. Beetlejuice. Or sirius Or what. Should ask the astronomy?
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I've notice a star or some type of object in the western sky at night that flickers red, white, blue for the last few weeks..it doesn't move and it's brighter than most of the stars. I thought it was some type of helicopter but it's not anyone ever see this?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1525821



It's one of those "things" that the guy with the telescope camcorder has recorded. They look like skeletal spaceships. Or it could be the ISS.

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I am so glad others are seeing this, i was starting to think i was seeing things. And i don't drink! Lol...
It is in the south east sky here,in about the 4:30 position. It is NOT a star. It is NOT a planet. It is Not a sattelite. I watch it all the time since i see it out my bedroom window. It goes from looking like a normal star to bigger and brighter, then it goes to pulsating red,white,blue and green colors. Then it goes back to looking like a normal start again and then it starts all over.Between 4:30 and 5:00 you can sit here and watch it and all of a sudden it takes off like a bat out of hell towards the west south west. Now i don't think planets and stars do that!
As for trying to get a picture of it. I wished i could.I got my camera out and zoomed in as far as i could but it just shows up a speck in blackness. I tried setting it up on my binoculars and that did not work. I have tried everything to get a pic and i just can't. I wished i could so everyone could see what i see nightly when there is no clouds. I have been seeing it for the last 2 months.
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I am so glad others are seeing this, i was starting to think i was seeing things. And i don't drink! Lol...
It is in the south east sky here,in about the 4:30 position. It is NOT a star. It is NOT a planet. It is Not a sattelite. I watch it all the time since i see it out my bedroom window. It goes from looking like a normal star to bigger and brighter, then it goes to pulsating red,white,blue and green colors. Then it goes back to looking like a normal start again and then it starts all over.Between 4:30 and 5:00 you can sit here and watch it and all of a sudden it takes off like a bat out of hell towards the west south west. Now i don't think planets and stars do that!
As for trying to get a picture of it. I wished i could.I got my camera out and zoomed in as far as i could but it just shows up a speck in blackness. I tried setting it up on my binoculars and that did not work. I have tried everything to get a pic and i just can't. I wished i could so everyone could see what i see nightly when there is no clouds. I have been seeing it for the last 2 months.
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 Quoting: bigbrotheriswatching 48584830
I can tell you exactly what you are seeing. Being a long time hunter I first saw these right after 9/11. What you are seeing is FAA observation blimps that are remotely controlled via by thermal image info from the thermal imaging equipment on the blimp. The software has a pre programmed computer that tells the blimp what to look at and what to ignore. to and and that monitor low altitude aircraft, strange heat signatures on the ground late at night, and the reason you can not see them is the flickering light blocks you from seeing a actual image. I you shine a high intensity light directely at one you will notice the flickiering light becomes a incondesent white light and it will drop in altitude toward you and then back up returning to a flickering light. you will find that on a foggy or low cloud night they are not out cause they can not observe what they were made to look at.


Next time you are in a low populated area try the bright light on and off at different intervals straight at the flickering light.
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Re: Bright Star that flickers red, white, blue
Must be a Patriotic star.
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It's actually a binary star system. The two stars are names Sirius A and Siruis B. They are aprox. 8.4 light years away. And are the brightest "star" in the night sky.
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I looked at it in my telescope last year and it was weird. It looked like it had plasma bubbling on it, or i could say it looked like a cell that changed shape and flashed. Itgave me the creeps to be honest it is certainly not
a star.
Type in endtimes star on youtube that is what i see although its not my video and i can see it much sharper in my telescope.
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I am so glad others are seeing this, i was starting to think i was seeing things. And i don't drink! Lol...
It is in the south east sky here,in about the 4:30 position. It is NOT a star. It is NOT a planet. It is Not a sattelite. I watch it all the time since i see it out my bedroom window. It goes from looking like a normal star to bigger and brighter, then it goes to pulsating red,white,blue and green colors. Then it goes back to looking like a normal start again and then it starts all over.Between 4:30 and 5:00 you can sit here and watch it and all of a sudden it takes off like a bat out of hell towards the west south west. Now i don't think planets and stars do that!
As for trying to get a picture of it. I wished i could.I got my camera out and zoomed in as far as i could but it just shows up a speck in blackness. I tried setting it up on my binoculars and that did not work. I have tried everything to get a pic and i just can't. I wished i could so everyone could see what i see nightly when there is no clouds. I have been seeing it for the last 2 months.
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 Quoting: bigbrotheriswatching 48584830
I can tell you exactly what you are seeing. Being a long time hunter I first saw these right after 9/11. What you are seeing is FAA observation blimps that are remotely controlled via by thermal image info from the thermal imaging equipment on the blimp. The software has a pre programmed computer that tells the blimp what to look at and what to ignore. to and and that monitor low altitude aircraft, strange heat signatures on the ground late at night, and the reason you can not see them is the flickering light blocks you from seeing a actual image. I you shine a high intensity light directely at one you will notice the flickiering light becomes a incondesent white light and it will drop in altitude toward you and then back up returning to a flickering light. you will find that on a foggy or low cloud night they are not out cause they can not observe what they were made to look at.


Next time you are in a low populated area try the bright light on and off at different intervals straight at the flickering light.
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