Knowing that everything is the result of cause and effect is why I can’t swallow religion. Miracles defy logic, common sense and reality. With miracles, there is no cause and effect, there’s no possible explanation, other than to say it was the act of a deity, which is why miracles are fantasies and hallucinations.
What I saw the other night wasn’t a miracle and since I’m not a believer type, nor a drug user, or have a history of seeing things that aren’t really there, I feel certain that what I saw was really there.
No hoaxer of any mental acuity capable of creating something that vast in size that can fly rapidly and silently, would deliberately cover it with randomly blinking lights that immediately suggest an amateurish hoax, nor perpetrate such a hoax where it stood little chance of being seen.
I have a vast range of experience and an excellent memory. I’ve seen a number of things that have no apparent reason, yet they all involve Nature or forces of Nature and so must be the result of cause and effect. In other words, while strange, they’re acceptable. They weren’t miracles or beyond the realm of possibility.
What I saw the other night was a first. Nothing in my entire life prepared me for it in any way. I was astounded, awed, the old term “flabbergasted” is appropriate. This thing was no miracle, it was the creation of intelligent effort. The lights formed a group and the group moved in unison as a single unit. Obviously, the lights were ON an object and the object moved at a good speed. It’s hard to judge speed because judging distance of such a thing at night is nearly impossible, but I can at least assume a MINIMUM speed simply because of the rate it diminished in size over time, and it had to be going at least a few hundred miles an hour.
I’ve seen things at night that sure were not “weather balloons” or “swamp gas”, and I am convinced that “people” from other planets have come here and still are. There’s plenty of ancient references regarding such visitations, not the least being Ezekial’s “wheel within a wheel”, a perfect description of sightings still happening today. In all honesty, I’ve tried hard to come up with some way this could have been something us humans pulled off, most likely some sort of military experiment, because I’ve found that I’m actually reluctant to ascribe it to alien beings, for some reason. I guess I just never expected to have an experience like this in my own life. It’s something others always have, and I’ve always doubted their stories at least a little bit.
But I can’t. I don’t know that this UFO was some sort of alien craft, but I do feel certain without knowing for sure that it’s nothing we humans made. Everything about it was just WRONG, unearthly. I wish the damn thing had come by an hour earlier while there was still some light in the sky, some visibility. But the bottom line is this: The only explanation for what I saw is that it was an alien craft. That doesn’t mean it actually was an alien craft, it’s just the only explanation for it. We have no “current technology” that can produce anything close to this, so it wasn’t made by us. There is no known force of Nature that can produce such an effect, I know because I’ve read about them all, twice over, and experienced most of them.
So if, or until, something is revealed or some discovery made that can explain how a half-mile wide object covered with lots of randomly flashing strobe lights can fly silently at high speed through mountainous terrain without incident, I’m going to assume that I saw an alien space ship.