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Are bright stars actually UFOs?

Posted By: LogicalChaos

Are bright stars actually UFOs? - 03/29/2019 12:45 AM

Who believes that bright stars in the sky are actually stationary Star-UFOs, UFO's hiding in plain sight as "stars"?
Posted By: Xeno

Re: Are bright stars actually UFOs? - 03/29/2019 01:05 AM

I love to imagine a lot about the stars such as being in an underwater base and the dome above us is just a projection. Or I like to imagine that it is phosphorescent UFO since some reported sighting are talking about stars changing configuration or moving to disappear. Religious books hold a lot of reported sightings interpreted as divine, demonic or paranormal but, why not alien?

Maybe we are all aliens in a simulation and there is no sun in this region of the universe so they fake stars with phosphorescent UFOs.

I would like to hear you please.

Posted By: LogicalChaos

Re: Are bright stars actually UFOs? - 04/05/2019 11:07 PM

Ive thought about that, but considering the detail of Deep Field Photos, Im going to guess that this is a "real" Universe.

I should look into ancient Astronomy, I bet I will find some interesting anomalies.
Posted By: Xeno

Re: Are bright stars actually UFOs? - 04/05/2019 11:12 PM

Originally Posted by LogicalChaos
Ive thought about that, but considering the detail of Deep Field Photos, Im going to guess that this is a "real" Universe.

I should look into ancient Astronomy, I bet I will find some interesting anomalies.


Deep Field Photo? What is that? Please please tell me more
Posted By: LogicalChaos

Re: Are bright stars actually UFOs? - 04/06/2019 01:58 AM

Google/Search "Hubble Deep Field". Shows tiny galaxies at very far distances.
Posted By: Xeno

Re: Are bright stars actually UFOs? - 05/19/2019 03:49 PM

Originally Posted by LogicalChaos
Google/Search "Hubble Deep Field". Shows tiny galaxies at very far distances.


I don't know if I trust them :(
Posted By: Music

Re: Are bright stars actually UFOs? - 05/19/2019 04:26 PM

Let us go out there and see for ourselves. cry
Posted By: LogicalChaos

Re: Are bright stars actually UFOs? - 05/26/2019 07:55 AM

Heres two photos from Hubble Deep Field:

[Linked Image] [Linked Image]

Notice the galaxy's, which look sorta like Flying Saucers strangely. The stars are the objects with the four-points on them. That's from the lens glare.

This is just one tiny area of the sky. And look how many galaxies there are in this one tiny spot. The fact is mind-blogging.

I believe the Hubble Deep Field is a real photo because 1) I believe the Universe is huge to the N power and 2) it shows the vastness of the Creator. It would be strange if the government made the Universe *more* populated with galaxies than it actually is.

I still believe stars are real, but what if there are UFOs disguised as stars when there shouldn't be a star there in the sky.
Posted By: LogicalChaos

Re: Are bright stars actually UFOs? - 05/26/2019 09:55 AM

Check out this Deep-Field Wide-View. Almost has a honey-comb pattern. Incredible: http://hubblesite.org/image/4493/gallery
Posted By: Music

Re: Are bright stars actually UFOs? - 05/26/2019 10:53 AM

smile
Posted By: frankalexanderbe

Re: Are bright stars actually UFOs? - 05/26/2019 06:02 PM

That`s some big ufos then
Posted By: Music

Re: Are bright stars actually UFOs? - 05/26/2019 08:44 PM

Originally Posted by frankie85
That`s some big ufos then


Agreed.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Are bright stars actually UFOs? - 05/26/2019 10:19 PM

No that are holes which were created by the Minigun Neo has fired in the Matrix!
Posted By: Music

Re: Are bright stars actually UFOs? - 05/26/2019 11:15 PM

mhm...
Posted By: LogicalChaos

Re: Are bright stars actually UFOs? - 05/28/2019 06:53 AM

Originally Posted by frankie85
That`s some big ufos then


Which ones, the bright "stars" in our sky or the stars of the Deep Field Photos?
Posted By: Music

Re: Are bright stars actually UFOs? - 05/28/2019 04:33 PM

popcorn
Posted By: LogicalChaos

Re: Are bright stars actually UFOs? - 07/24/2019 01:44 AM

Havent done the math, but I would imagine a 100ft UFO at 1-3 miles away from the surface of Earth would like like a star. Any perspective geometry experts?
Posted By: Xeno

Re: Are bright stars actually UFOs? - 07/24/2019 01:47 AM

Most of the stars are sun.

UFO hides differently using dimensional swap.
Posted By: LogicalChaos

Re: Are bright stars actually UFOs? - 07/24/2019 02:07 AM

is dimensional swap "cloaking"? Could they maybe dimensional swap in front of a star to obscure their position?
Posted By: Xeno

Re: Are bright stars actually UFOs? - 07/24/2019 02:11 AM

We just travel in dedicated dimension and... Location out of your world or "physical plan" ... We are not invisible all the way. We are just somewhere else ...
Posted By: LogicalChaos

Re: Are bright stars actually UFOs? - 07/24/2019 02:28 AM

Oh I see. So the other dimensions are literally a different place altogether, but near our physical dimension so the UFOs can shift to our dimension?
Posted By: Xeno

Re: Are bright stars actually UFOs? - 07/24/2019 02:29 AM

Yes they shift in and shift out!
Posted By: LogicalChaos

Re: Are bright stars actually UFOs? - 07/24/2019 02:33 AM

Amazing.

Ive had an experience where I felt like my eyes were "tracking" an invisible UFO but I had this feeling that I was connected to it, like it wanted me to look at it. This happened right before a rain storm.

I was on shrooms at the time, but Ive taken shrooms many times and this has never happened to me before.

Can higher dimensional-shifted UFOs still interact with our dimension?
Posted By: Xeno

Re: Are bright stars actually UFOs? - 07/24/2019 02:33 AM

Yes, they still in the same physical plan.
Posted By: LogicalChaos

Re: Are bright stars actually UFOs? - 07/24/2019 02:43 AM

Very cool. I believe I understand. Amazing.
Posted By: Xeno

Re: Are bright stars actually UFOs? - 07/24/2019 03:38 AM

I will soon draw a quick sketch of the knowledge I have unlocked from my blocked memory regard to the architecture of our universe.

The truth is not a easy pill to swallow with the perception humans have of some places...
Posted By: Music

Re: Are bright stars actually UFOs? - 07/24/2019 05:31 AM

Yes please Xeno. smile
Posted By: Xeno

Re: Are bright stars actually UFOs? - 07/24/2019 01:26 PM

Patience
Posted By: Music

Re: Are bright stars actually UFOs? - 07/25/2019 12:24 AM

[Linked Image]
Posted By: Xeno

Re: Are bright stars actually UFOs? - 07/25/2019 02:04 AM

If you do not see the universe like a flower.... You are far off!
Posted By: Music

Re: Are bright stars actually UFOs? - 07/25/2019 02:30 AM

How long have I been a captain?
Posted By: Xeno

Re: Are bright stars actually UFOs? - 07/25/2019 02:44 AM

700 posts
Posted By: IronGhost

Re: Are bright stars actually UFOs? - 07/25/2019 02:55 AM

Originally Posted by Music
How long have I been a captain?

Congrats! Lol smile
Posted By: Music

Re: Are bright stars actually UFOs? - 07/25/2019 03:00 AM

oh the more posts, the higher ranking I get? No wonder Xeno is high on the ladder. lol
Posted By: Xeno

Re: Are bright stars actually UFOs? - 07/25/2019 03:20 AM

Originally Posted by Music
oh the more posts, the higher ranking I get? No wonder Xeno is high on the ladder. lol


I did this barely remembering... Imagine when I will remember my 500 000+ years old alien life LOL!
Posted By: IronGhost

Re: Are bright stars actually UFOs? - 07/25/2019 03:22 AM

😵
Posted By: Xeno

Re: Are bright stars actually UFOs? - 07/25/2019 03:23 AM

I will have like 10k within a week lol!
Posted By: LogicalChaos

Re: Are bright stars actually UFOs? - 07/25/2019 11:58 AM

Do Zeta's really live that long?
Posted By: Xeno

Re: Are bright stars actually UFOs? - 07/25/2019 01:45 PM

Originally Posted by LogicalChaos
Do Zeta's really live that long?


Depend which kind of us!

The ones that are going digital (saved or their mind implanted in another body) They just live forever for exemple.

We track souls and reimplanted digital copy of mind.... Yes we live really long. We choose to die for good or not.

But... not ALL of us
Posted By: LogicalChaos

Re: Are bright stars actually UFOs? - 07/25/2019 04:57 PM

Interesting. How long does a Grey body last before a new one is needed?
Posted By: Xeno

Re: Are bright stars actually UFOs? - 07/25/2019 04:59 PM

Originally Posted by LogicalChaos
Interesting. How long does a Grey body last before a new one is needed?


I do not have this information, sorry I don't remember but I feel like our science allows a body to survive over 300 000 years old.
Posted By: Music

Re: Are bright stars actually UFOs? - 07/25/2019 09:28 PM

Is that not longer than nuclear waste?
Posted By: LogicalChaos

Re: Are bright stars actually UFOs? - 07/26/2019 12:10 AM

Hmmm, interesting. A possibke connection between radioactive half-life and the length of time a Grey being can love in a body....
Posted By: Xeno

Re: Are bright stars actually UFOs? - 07/26/2019 03:57 AM

I love so I suffer.


Forever...
Posted By: LogicalChaos

Re: Are bright stars actually UFOs? - 07/26/2019 05:59 AM

Ha, whoops typo. Love is powerful, and can be deceptive/misleading.
Posted By: Music

Re: Are bright stars actually UFOs? - 07/26/2019 08:37 AM

Yup
Posted By: LogicalChaos

Re: Are bright stars actually UFOs? - 08/02/2019 02:41 AM

Some Star-UFOs are more obvious. Last night, I saw an obvious one. Its in a constellation that looks like a pyramid if you looked at it from the top-down. 4 stars in a square configuration with one star in the middle. The middle star (the peak of the top-down pyramid) was definitely moving around. The other stars around it were stationary.

Ive found most Star-UFOs are sort of near Pleiades position in the sky.
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