|Occurred : 11/22/2014 00:00 (Entered as : 11/22/14 0:00)
Reported: 11/21/2014 10:15:17 PM 22:15
Location: Atlantic Beach, FL
|Unusual points of light in the Atlantic Beach sky.
I was just sitting outside tonight, looking directly above my head in Atlantic Beach, FL. Staring above and to the western sky, I saw what resembled descriptions of the AZ lights. The difference was the lights I saw seemed so far away that the speed they were exhibiting is indescribable.
These lights were so far away though that if not witnessed continuously would resemble stars.
I kept my head turned upwards, with my gaze staring in a single position, and the lights moved outside of my periphery. This was my way of determining the lights were moving.
At certain points, there seemed to be 1 to 6 lights illuminated at once. Then, all but one light would be visible. Then the lights seemed to illuminate the way a Cuttlefish displays its luminescence. The semi-circle luminescence moved to the northwest.
Looking at a single point in the far away sky, I would stare at the last point I saw a light, and then the light would disappear, and then the light would reappear at a different point. I knew it was a different point because I hadn’t moved my gaze and when the light reappeared I had to move my eyes.
The lights seemed to at some moments to be in a semi-circular configuration, maybe 4-6 lights, and then they would dissipate to 3, and then just 1 light.
At intervals the lights seemed to kind of flash heat lightening, but the “heat lightning” would move quickly like the individual lights did.
I look at the sky often and have never seen anything like this. I am quite shaken.
Did anyone else witness this?
((NUFORC Note: Witness elects to remain totally anonymous; provides no contact information. PD))