5/1/2013 7:44:30 PM
Appearance / Description of Object(s)
Round, very small or distant (but not tiny), spherical, bright white light, evening star like.
Distance to Object(s) & Altitude
Higher than the highest plane flies.
Description of Area / Surroundings
Urban, capital city, school area, main river where folks go to read, relax or socialise in the afternoon.
Full Description & Details
As said above, about two or three years ago, maybe everything happened in less than a minute, at first I thought it Venus (sometimes can be seen with naked eye), but then it moved for a ''plane'' (object) in that ''altitude'' (distance) ''very fast'' (like gliding or smoothly cutting through fabric), which I have never seen a plane do at that presumed altitude - then stopped in mid air for a couple of seconds then turned for about 90° and flew waaay faster in that direction and split. Disappeared, and I've been looking very hard in case I missed the trail or something but have after about two minutes concluded that it was probably a once in a life time event. Or alternatively, that I had something in my eye. ... In both eyes.
Can sighting be explained as any conventional man-made or natural object?
No - they are too slow and Venus does not move so gracefully. Been thinking of some sort of laser light, like the *red point* but that one needs surface to reflect upon for the dot to be seen: but medical lasers can be calibrated to hit a specific distance - so it would either need a surface, like a canvas to paint upon, which might be the stratosphere - or some sort of end-light-discharge in midst of thin air like a hologram has and does not, canvas or no canvas, spread ad infinitum.
Views on UFOs, before and after sighting
BEFORE: *cough* A kiddie book. As a kid. But the books about Ghosts and Dinosaurs were more interestingly illustrated, UFO book just seemed too cold. Grew up with Star Trek, thank goodness, was better ethical and schooling system than most educational establishments so whoever's out there - hope they're way kinder than many people here tend to be, space would be a lot more interesting that way. AFTER: =II=, only added extra experience to many previously known or newly formed speculations.
Thanks for having this page, who knows how this will turn out, at least everything gets recorded and analysed - and that's a good starting point to learn more.