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Lights in the Skies and the Power of Observation – Something I’ve Noticed

Lights in the Skies and the Power of Observation – Something I’ve Noticed

I have been looking up at the night time skies for many years and have witnessed all sorts of bizarre lights in the skies including…

A shooting star that changed directions three times, stopped for a brief moment, and then took back off again before going out.
Stars that blink to each other.
Stars that disappear and then reappear later that night.
A fleet of dim stars traveling together.
Two stars that resembled something like two periods with a single space between them traveling together, such as this; ..
Black areas of the skies that all of a sudden have a star flash once or more.
Actual “spaceship” looking craft.
etc…the list goes on.

There are many more people witnessing the same bizarre lights in the skies ever since the flat earth cover up has been revealed to the general public.

You’ll never see any of those if you don’t take the time to look and have the patience to wait.

I actually am under the impression now that “stars” are angelic beings that are vibrating at such extraordinary frequencies that they are pure light.

I am also under the impression now that “stars/satellites/neurons/shooting stars/angels” etc… are one and the same.

See this post for my thoughts on that;

Do the secrets of creation lay hidden within the human body?

I heard someone once ask me…

“If these are angelic beings/neurons then why do they look the way they do to us?”

Well, why do NASA astronauts parade around in gorilla suits and brag about their lettuce experiments?

With all that said and after many years of looking up at the night time skies for hours on end I have noticed that whenever I see a “satellite” or a “shooting star” and after I begin to observe the object, then and only then does the “satellite” begin to fade and get dimmer and the “shooting star” begin to burn up and fall apart.

I think these “shooting stars” that get “burnt up” in our atmosphere are doing so because an observer is observing the object…and that if there was no observer then the shooting star would continue to travel across the entire night time sky.

This corroborates with time lapse videos of the night time sky. Go to YouTube and watch several time lapse videos and take note of the shooting stars. They travel across the entire night time sky…and they do so because there is no observer there to observe the object. If there was an observer there, then the shooting stars would have broken apart in the sky.

No observer = No destruction.

Same goes with the “satellites.” If there is no observer to observe the satellite then the satellite would never lose its brightness. Only when an observer begins to observe the satellite does the satellite begin to dim.

I’ve noticed this time and time again.

Whenever I see a “satellite” or a “shooting star” traveling across the night time sky, only when I begin to first observe the celestial object does it either start to dim or get burnt up.

Things that make you go…

“Hmmm…”