Little Fast Lights in the Sky which Dim to Dark
As another Lame Cherry exclusive in matter anti matter.
TL and I on our night walks, often enough have witnessed most interesting lights, flying several times faster than normal aircraft, without running lights, silently, being capable of making some astonishing turns and winking out and appearing in new locations, further than anything which is considered "normal".
Of course there is not such a thing as "alien" spacecraft, but these are instead the engineered technology which America has developed.
What has been most interesting is this was one solitary light which moves at high speeds, usually south to north, and how it winks out. There is a technological reason for this as it is simply an aircraft swimming through the atmosphere by electrical impulse.
The light which one sees is not engine or exhaust, but plasma build up on the wings which "arcs" off the tail of the plane in a comforting glow.
The B 2 Bomber in fact is a forerunner of these aircraft which anyone can observe if you happen to be in a flight path. Understand that you do not need to be at Area 51 to see advanced craft. In fact, Area 51 is one of the last places to observe craft of this generation, as they are busy flying elsewhere where people rarely are bothering to look at the night sky.
looked at the B-2 from the top, it looked like a boomerang, with straight,
sharp leading edges and a serrated trailing edge. Regular aircraft had two
wing tips; two points from which to discharge their natural buildup of
static. But the B-2 was a flying wing. With its sawtooth back end, it had,
in effect, seven wing tips from which to discharge the continuous flow of
electricity from its supposed flame-jet generators.
At low altitude and low speed, the discharges would be difficult, if not
impossible to see with the naked eye. But at cruise altitude, with enough
plasma buildup around its leading edges, an aircraft—particularly a
supersonic or a hypersonic platform—would glow like a lightbulb. It
"A high-altitude aircraft that crosses the night sky at extremely high
speed . . . observed as a single, bright light—sometimes pulsating—
flying at speeds far exceeding other aircraft in the area," one of the
nighttime eyewitness observations reported in the October 1990 edition
of Aviation Week.
This is an explanation of the type of craft which we routinely see and the reason we do not hear the aircraft. The interesting part is that Viktor Schauberger, the inventor of a great deal of this technology from Austria for the German SS, actually had a craft which swam through the atmosphere in being pulled, instead of pushed. The net result was it operated in a vacuum and no sonic booms would ever accompany it as it did not displace the sound barrier.
a third was a "high-altitude aircraft that crosses the night sky at
extremely high speed . . . observed as a single, bright light—sometimes
pulsating—flying at speeds far exceeding other aircraft in the area."
Because the latter was always seen above 50,000 feet, where you wouldn't
routinely expect to hear engine noise,
Many of those in this category have strange-sounding code names like Forest
Green, Senior Year, Chalk Eagle or Centennial. Others have curiously
nondescript headings such as "special applications program" or "special
The following is the infamous Aurora craft, which was a variant of the Kingfish aircraft. A most fantastic aircraft using conventional technology, and why it created airquakes and sounded as if it were tearing the atmosphere apart as it was moving so fast.
It is an "obsolete" aircraft when the generation available can produce greater speeds without the friction and the death of g force in being zero g capable.
From mid-1991 until the mid-'90s, the U.S. Geological Survey, the
agency that monitors earthquake activity, revealed that an unknown
aircraft, with sound footprints different from the SR-71 or the Space
Shuttle, was causing "airquakes" as it crossed the California coastline
from the Pacific, heading inland for southern Nevada. Couple this with
some fresh U.S. eyewitness sightings after the North Sea encounter of a
huge, arrow-shaped aircraft that left a weird, knotted contrail in its wake
and made a noise "like the sky tearing apart," and a recent program of
expansion at the Air Force's test site at Area 51 in southern Nevada,