|Occurred : 1/19/2001 19:00 (Entered as : 1-19-01 7pm)
Reported: 2/28/2001 23:46
Location: Vancouver, WA
|Taking an evening walk facing west and saw a very bright, large orange fireball go overhead toward the west and then vanish. What was interesting is the next day I flew to Maui for vacation. When reading the Maui Sunday newspaper I came across a small article about a large orange fireball in the night sky moving east to west on Saturday night (Jan. 20th). The zetatalk website (which, regardless of who is "supposed" to be giving out the information) is a very thorough, and food for thought site to study. According to "them" the orange fireballs are part of the precursors to the approach of the so called l2th planet. Apparently this l2th planet, or giant comet, or ball of redemption, or whatever one wishes to call it, can be viewed now by telescope in the night sky. What are your views on this?
((NUFORC Note: NUFORC does record fireballs in its database, but we are not aware of a 12th planet. As far as we know, there are only nine planets in the solar system. PD))