Ocean Isle Beach North Carolina, July 2016:
My daughter and I were out at night sitting on the beach observing the beauty of a full moon. Suddenly to the right of the moon at about 5:00 there appeared in the brightly lit sky three large orange orbs side by side. They sat there for a moment or two and kinda moved back and forth a bit before one blinked out . . . then another . . . then the other. One came back on and discharged a whole bunch (maybe 20) of smaller, white starry like dots which proceeded to dance around and slowly move off heading for Florida. The two of us sat there mesmerized by what just took place.
The following night I took my camera and stayed out quite a while staring into the star studded sky until then, in a flash, two of the larger craft appeared, slowly drifted a moment and then zipped south. When I say zipped, I mean they took off faster than a rocket. The following night I saw a couple more that appeared and blinked away quite fast, but a friend saw another one soon thereafter.
Upon telling my experience I noticed such a ho hum attitude that I just quit talking about the experience. Even though, (to all you brain dead people out there) these sightings that so many of us are experiencing are a game changer that reaches into the highest levels of religion, politics, philosophy, and consciousness. It’s fun to make fun I know, but this is serious shit IMO.
I don’t feel it’s so scary as it is interesting and maybe, just maybe these people, whoever they are, may be able to teach us something that will save us from destroying ourselves. . . . as is, beings as we are in such sad shape that we can only think of defending ourselves from them (as if we actually could) . . . these star people are my last hope.
“Intelligent beings from other star systems have been and are visiting our planet Earth. They are variously referred to as Visitors, Others, Star People, Et’s, etc…They are visiting Earth now; this is not a matter of conjecture or wistful thinking. – Theodor C. Loder III, Phd, Professor Emeritus of Earth Sciences, University of New Hampshire (source)…