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Occurred : 5/7/2016 22:00 (Entered as : 5/7/2016 22:00)
Reported: 5/15/2016 12:35:50 PM 12:35
Posted: 5/20/2016
Location: Vancouver, WA
Shape: Changing
Duration:2-3 minutes
Orange Orbs on Horizon changed shape into white haze with inner-pie-section clockwise rotation at high rate of speed.

An orange orb had risen from the North horizen behind the Vancouver Plaza theater at a 45 degree angle heading South but disappeared behind a tree in front of our parked car obstructing my view.

Couple mins later it happened again like Deja Vu, So I got out of the car and ran past the tree this time so I could be ready. It came in the distance again and so I rushed to hurry and urinate.

The object taking longer than I expected to arrive, I ran back to the car again behind the tree as before tryng to wake my tired friend. But inside the car the roof blocked his view. It made no sound as It came out the other side of the tree at a 45-degree angle in front of me.

To my surprise was no longer a orange flare anymore but had transformed or appeared as a white haze (Like spider's nest) with black or transparent inner-pie-section rotating clockwise, identical to a helicopter's rapid-blade (Like the 80's party game Simon with touch light) with motion creating a optical illusion slowly rotating within the blade movement. I can't make this stuff up it might be blade based or actually military reverse engineered who knows?.

All I can say is if so I'd like to have one instead of wasting our natural resources polluting the planet not knowing the consquences (earthquakes hint hint.) Object flew across entire horizen in 1-minute straight like a sattellite and keep in mind it was clear skies even though it looked like a white light hitting a cloud.

Coincedently or not it became cloudy about 15 mins after sighting so maybe it accidently missed its cloud covering or had to stick to the some mission on schedule or avoid the clouds; who knows?