|Occurred : 6/29/1969 21:30 (Entered as : 6-29-1969 9:30 p.m)
Reported: 7/31/2001 05:39
Location: Fort Lauderdale, FL
|Two stars moving upward and "becoming" united as one.
Years ago shortly after moving to Ft. Lauderdale from Miami, I saw what appeared to be two stars in the4 distant sky above the trees. (About 9:30 p.m.) I watched as they moved upwards gtom their position and met, becoming one star. Later I wrote Isaac Asimov of this and he replied that "Stars are too far away to show motion I do not know what you saw, but it wasm't atsrs. Then I wrote David O. Woodbury, author of "The Glass Giant of Palomar" (Dodd, Mead), 1963), and he replied, saying that I saw Venus. He said thsat this planet has strange appearances, looking differant at differant times through the atmosphere, aAND SOMETIMES APPEARS TO BE TWO PLANETS and in strange colors. (Asimov had said in a followup that "Sun, atmosphere and dust are all necessary in earth conditions.) Morris K. essup has written that there is a "neutraL ZONE" somewhere between the sun and earth, and hen it is feasible that space people ot objects could utilize this neutral gravitational/magnetic field (or plane) for such materialization. This agrees with Ruth Montgomery's gides who maintain that space people come from all over the universe invisibly taking no time to do so (by thought travel), and then they materialise within our atmosphere. Timothy Good in his book, "Above Top Secret" quoted a scientist who studied under Einstein, saying that nations and governments have no weapon against the paranormal, and thus must keep this UFO information secret (evidently so people will not think we earthlings are under the control of Extra- terrestrials. However several former military men anonymously have written that our government ,ade a secret agreement with ETs receiving scientific information and knowledge in exchange for abductees for their "study", however it was found that they are abducting more than agreed upon.
((NUFORC Noe: Witness states a precise date for the incident, but we wonder if that is the case.