If you have seen a UFO, what did you see? Under what circumstances did you see i

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  1. Daisy Mariposa profile image88
    Daisy Mariposaposted 5 years ago

    If you have seen a UFO, what did you see? Under what circumstances did you see it?

    Please describe what the object looked like, what type of movements it made, and where you were when you saw it.

  2. scraw profile image60
    scrawposted 5 years ago

    Hello, I have seen many U.F.O.'s. The most interesting one that I seen was in Mazatlan, Mexico on the beach in 2012. It was about 1030 p.m. and a large orange ball of light cruised slowly over the hotels on the beach as I was walking. It proceeded to leave the area until I mentally asked it to have a closer look. It flew directly over my head slowly at about 40 to 50 stories high. I looked at the hull and only saw bright light, presumably plasma. After that, it increased altitude to just over the height of the hotels and disappeared, then reappeared 500 yards away. Finally, it disappeared into the night for good.

    1. Emanate Presence profile image81
      Emanate Presenceposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      This is very interesting, especially that you asked it mentally to let you have a closer look, and it did. Also that it was 'presumably plasma.' I'll check your profile.

  3. ChristinS profile image48
    ChristinSposted 5 years ago

    Driving home one night I saw something rather peculiar that I can't explain.  There was a large bright light in the sky - like an airplane light that you would see on any night, only larger and brighter.  It caught my eye as I was driving and it seemed to be lingering in one spot.  All the sudden it lifted and then shot off and went all the way across the entire skyline in a matter of 2-3 seconds - much, much faster than any standard aircraft I've ever seen. 

    I do live about 35 miles from an air force base, so I chalked it up to probably being some kind of military craft they were flying or testing but it was so strange, and the angle it made before it shot across the sky was straight up at a 90 degree angle - bizarre indeed.

    1. Emanate Presence profile image81
      Emanate Presenceposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Another interesting sighting of -- something. Something unidentified and flying.

  4. Emanate Presence profile image81
    Emanate Presenceposted 5 years ago

    After seeing this question, I dropped by your profile and read your hub on UFOs.

    I have had a few encounters with 'other-dimensional entities' over the years. Ships of some sort, and beings.

    They were all of a positive nature. One was especially joyful and imparted a vision of energetic designs which appear labyrinth-like. I have not seen a UFO with my physical eyes, but have seen UFOs with my inner vision, which were experiences just as real as a physical sighting.

    One was at dusk, when with my wife, and we were at Kealakekua Bay, the Place of Refuge on the Kona coast of the Big Island of Hawaii. Kati saw, and I sensed, several UFOs coming up out of the water and shooting upwards into the air at about a 45 degree angle..

    Another was when we were at about 10,000 ft elevation on Mount Shasta in northern California, with a small group of people. For me, the 'sighting' was again an inner knowing rather than seeing a physical object. Each person said they saw or sensed the entities, most saw 'ships', one or more saw beings, and the feeling of it to me was other-dimensional. To calm the skeptics, none of us use hallucinogens.

    I have no explanation for why people would see the same 'thing' differently, but a theory comes as I type. That is, being of a higher dimension, these particular unidentified objects had behavior with characteristics of the wavicles of quantum mechanics. Now, I just learned about wavicles not too long ago, from a hubber who studied physics. I am not well informed on the subject. But I'll venture to say they can be waves or particles, and can be influenced or may appear differently, according to their observer. So possibly these energetic centers vibrate on such a frequency, and vary in density in an inter-relationship with the observer.

    I would be glad to be corrected about this possibility by anyone with more knowledge of what is hypothesized about wavicles.

    1. Daisy Mariposa profile image88
      Daisy Mariposaposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks for reading my UFO article. I appreciate it.

      Which one of the four did you read—Travis Walton? Aztec, New Mexico? Farmington, New Mexico? Needles, California?

    2. Emanate Presence profile image81
      Emanate Presenceposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Travis Walton. You treated the subject in a pretty even-handed way. I did not see your comment here until now - about 2 weeks after you wrote it. I generally cop out of the UFO question by saying, 'The universe is full of life.' Details become dogma.

  5. gags3480 profile image69
    gags3480posted 5 years ago

    Never ever seen it. Have met many people who have done so. They just told me that it was like a silver light in dark sky which passed over their city. Some said it was a shooting star, but the news channels confirmed it to be UFO.

 
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