I was thinking about the Phoenix Lights the other day. Enough time has gone by since the last time I viewed the events and something new dawned on me--this wasn't one incident, it was two.
It was the famous set of multiple lights above the South Mountain Range and the reports by citizens over the state who saw an extremely huge silent chevron-shaped craft with a shimmering bottom fly overhead.
When you think Phoenix lights, what do you think? The photo above?
Say the government knows there's something out there and they don't want us to believe what we're seeing? They do what I like to call the "baby with the bathwater maneuver." They send up some jets with flares and create a "wow!" effect for Phoenicians to photograph and get excited about and that completely and totally distracts us from this other more ominous and unexplainable craft crossing our state from north to south.
Now, they can turn around and say it was flares, dismiss the event, and make people forget the really unexplainable thing that happened that night-the low-flying, huge, quiet vehicle overhead. All accounts for that evening are now negated by the explainable. It's an intriguing technique and I fully expect such things to happen in the future when strange craft go overhead.
I'm not saying necessarily an alien craft, but any craft they don't want us reporting about can be debunked by a military tactic that is explainable.
Hmm.... The mystery continues.
I think it's a "Slight of Hand" thing.ReplyDelete
Everyone looks at those damn lights... but, what are they NOT looking at. What are those lights DETRACTING FROM?
It's my conspiracy theory.
Look! A diversion!ReplyDelete
Very interesting thought you have there...you just might be right! Although I don't think the lights themselves look like flares...but they may be still be diversion.ReplyDelete
The flash of light you saw in the sky was not a UFO. Swamp gas from a weather balloon was trapped in a thermal pocket and reflected the light from Venus.ReplyDelete