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Sighting Report
Occurred : 4/19/2010 01:30 (Entered as : 04/19/10 01:30)
Reported: 9/2/2010 3:50:30 PM 15:50
Posted: 11/21/2010
Location: Progresso (Yucatan) (Mexico),
Shape: Triangle
Duration:45 minutes
2 large spacecrafts emitting 12+ spherical objects with incredible speed and agility.

On April 19th at 1:30 A.M. EST in Progresso, Yucatan my wife and I were lying on the beach staring due north into the skies. Patchy cirrus clouds made it necessary to be extremely focused, as what took place often occurred at incredible speeds, perhaps hundreds of times faster than the fastest military aircraft.

There were two large ships. Nikki (my wife) and I estimate that they appeared about as big as a football field, but we could be way off. One ship was circular and its contours were illuminated by a rainbow array of lights. The other was triangular, and emitted what we immediately thought was a laser-like light---a glow---that was magnificent. These ships were relatively stable in the skies. Although they moved in any direction at will and even appeared to change shape, what they sent into the skies was even more incredible.

About twenty spheres were released by the ships and performed incredible feats of aeronautical engineering. They went up, stopped, went down, went left, right, changed direction. And then we were treated to something even more fantastic. One of the spheres zigzagged (like a zipper) from an altitude of about one mile and landed in the Gulf of Mexico, swimming distance to where we marveled on the beach. Neither of us has seen faster movement by a material object. At the same time, it was beautiful.

After forty-five minutes (2:15 EST) we were more than overwhelmed and went back to our hotel room. Interestingly, the following day we met our new Shaman in the pueblito of Halacho near the Campeche border with Yucatan and he told us: “It is good that you can see them.” A fisherman chimed in. “Yes. Two years ago we saw one in the same place. It landed in the water and didn’t even make a ripple.”