|Occurred : 12/1/2004 00:00 (Entered as : 12/01/2004 0:00)
Reported: 12/6/2004 5:16:35 PM 17:16
Location: Riverside, CA
|Floursent green "stars" that actually fly in the skies over So. Cal.
I live in Riverside/Norco California. I have been closely observing the skies over these two cities since Nov 2003. At that time i observed (on 11/16/03)a very large and bright and beautiful "star" in the eastern sky. It was a sight to behold! It didn't just twinkle, it was a light show all by its self!! Red, green. blue,gold and purple beams of light shooting out from it!! and as I cont. to watch it, I realized that this "star" was actually moving horizontally back and fourth as if it was flying! Well needless to say, the night skies captivated my full attention from that day on and I was hooked on astronomy and the possibility of UFO's in the skies over Norco California!! Well, I did some investigating and the awesome star I saw I believe is Serius. The brightest star above earth. It becomes visible to So. Cal in November through around March or so. And although I know Serius IS a star...I have to say that I have never seen a star with the likes of this star in my 48 years on earth. I know Serius has been around for probally millions of years, but I never noticed it before that Nov 2003 night. How i missed it, I don't know. And what makes it appear to be flying in the sky,I don't know either. Well anyways, I have had my eye on the sky ever since, and let me tell you, that I have seen many unexplainable as well as unbelieveable "strange" flying "stars" in our skies over So. Cal. First of all, when you look up in the sky just after dark, there are 3 bright lights in the sky that always stay in a triangle formation. They look just like bright stars,but if you've got a bit of patience, just sit down in a chair in a dark area,free from city lights, and watch those "stars" Before long you're gunna notice that they are actually flying around in the sky. They almost always stay within a certain radius from their original resting place, I've never seen them just take off and jam across the sky. It's as if they have a certain area to guard and they stay within that area. I've seen beams of light shoot out from these "stars" across the night sky for miles. Lately they have taken on a strange flouresent green hue, and when they "fly" they will luminize the whole sky around them which also turns flouresent green. Actually they are surrounded by vapor clouds and that's what lights up in the sky. These clouds materalize and evaporate with the movement of these objects. The flying stars were observed all throughout this year. The color change took place in the middle of Nov. Will some of you see if you can see the same such mysterous objects in the sky over your own cities?? If you do, write a short discription of what YOU see here at this web site. It'll be very interesting to hear other peoples stories about the "flying stars" and what YOU think they really are. Thank You!!