A silent V-shaped craft with “five or six lights under each wing” moved across CO skies near Boulder on Feb. 28, while a blue “streak of light” caught a witness’s attention near Brighton, CO at 6:24 p.m. In KY, a black disc was spotted at a height of 40 feet – hovering, silent and “wobbling” – until it shot off quickly. In MI, a hovering craft began rotating and then moved slowly across a freeway toward an airport. Three lights appeared in the NJ sky just as the witnesses’ street lights went out, then the sky lit up blue and “everything around us was blue.”
Here’s a link to the entire story : http://www.examiner.com/x-2363-UFO-Examiner~y2009m3d1-UFO-activity-over-three-states
I had several emails over the weekend pointing to recent sightings. The above link is worth checking out. Are we seeing more sightings than ever before? The short answer is yes. “The phenomena is real and burgeoning and not going away!” L.A.M
I was in a group setting over the weekend and I talked about the sighting my wife and I had last week. It’s interesting to watch people’s different reactions to what they’re hearing. I got everything from nods of understanding to skeptical stares! These reactions are from people who have read my books and know where stand regarding UFOs. Something else that I feel is very important to relay here and that is this. It has now been five days since the sighting. I have had time to reflect on it. I’ve rerun the event over and over in my minds eye to see if I missed something. Here’s what I’ve come up with and it’s startled me. When I interviewed Ricky Sorrel for the Alien Interview book, I took note of his comment that his experience was, “overwhelming.” I have cited that word over and over again on interviews and in my BLOG here. What is of importance is that this is exactly what I realized happened to me, when I saw the lights in the sky. It was overwhelming. I focused on the phenomena. I was drawn into what I was seeing and I dropped my spiritual guard. When the smaller light went into the larger light below it – or when the smaller light was absorbed into the larger light, I just went numb. I had never seen anything like that before. Then, when the light slowly disintegrated and vanished it was startling, to say the least. In short the entire experience was overwhelming. All this to say that it was a warning to me. I found that the experience was almost mesmerizing.
We are conditioned to look at “light shows” and enjoy them. Think about every fourth of July. What do we do? We look at the display of fireworks lighting up the sky. We ooh and ah over every burst of light and then applaud wildly at the finale. How about during a thunder storm when we look in fascination at lighting streaking across the sky? In a similar way, I was drawn to the lights in the sky. I let my guard down. What is going to my reaction and yours, when a craft the size of the one that Mr. Sorrel saw, is sighted? What are we to do when we see a two-mile-wide UFO overhead? My experience was a wake up call, in that I realize that the phenomena can truly be, overwhelming. This is why we need to guard ourselves and not get sucked into the “light show.” Next time – hopefully there won’t be a next time – I’ll rebuke it in the name of Yahsua/Jesus.