Location: Rochester, NY, USA
Duration: 10 seconds
No of observers: 1
Reported: 1999-03-31 00:00:00 Pacific
Posted: 1999-04-26 00:00:00
Characteristics: Aura or haze around object
Prior to the full lunar eclipse I clearly saw an impact on the moon at the 11 o'clock portion of the moon followed by a much smaller after shock. I always wanted to discuss this with Dr.Schumacher but his untimly demise saddened us all. I have had three other sightings but I have no frame of reference in currently accepted reality to explain them as I can with the lunar impact.
Immediatly prior to the moon entering its peach orange phase preceding the full lunar eclipse, I saw an explosion on the moon that briefly extended from the 11 o'clock postion outward into space to a distance of .20 lunar diameters. It dissipated quickly followed by an after shock less than a third the size of the first impact. Note I could only see the explosion from the edge of the moon outward into space. Only the black background of space allowed me to see this event which lasted an entire 4 seconds and fading to nothing in 6 seconds. While in Rochester I witnessed an inexplicable passage of two globes of soft nebulus lights six to eight inches in diameter. One followed two feet behind the first in the same trajectory. THEY WOULD NOT INTERACT WITH SOLID MATTER , PASSING THROUGH BRICK WALLS WITH ABSOLUTLY NO IMPEDENCE I tried to touch one of the globes. It had no discernable surface and with some trepidation I hesitated to penetrate its outer haze and it continued to pass through an inner wall about a foot below the ceiling. Since this event I do not recall a single week that I don't relive those brief moments. In fact my study of Hyperspace and 4th dimensional physics has been a great solace in understanding events we weren't taught in school.
Date is approximate. PD
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