#16 | POSTED BY HELIUMRAT AT 2021-03-23 05:40 PM
That sounds astonishing.
You were on a military base - were you near any atomic weapons? Allegedly UFO's are interested in nuclear sites and they are constantly passing around DC airspace for some reason.
The pendulum activity is very different from anything I've ever heard of. Can you remember the speed - was is rhythmic?
I don't typically see the lights at night, just the white balloons during the day. The one above my neighbor was nearly invisible, but as soon as I noticed it took off as I depicted.
I've had lots of other "sightings", but all daytime and typically during nice weather. The one in the rain was the anomaly, but it appeared to be a dirty white balloon following the bus.
Perhaps the weather plays a part?
I have experienced things when I was around eight, but that was at night - and was completely shocked when I realized I was barefoot in my pj's outside in the dark. I remember nothing else about that other than voluntarily - casually - walking through the house in the dead of night apparently on my way outside. I don't remember going outside. I "woke up" staring at a streetlight - that unnerved me. Sleep walking isn't something I have any knowledge of doing any time in my life.
There are other things around 1999 before I took a job in California that are seriously confusing, but I've never discussed these things with anyone. I can remember some of it, but there is no way I could have done whatever happened, such as opening magnetic locks and leaving a locked building. I remember arriving at my house, six of my friends were there - I loved having lots of people around, but everyone was standing still and just looking ahead silently. I walked past them and into my room, but I don't remember what I did. The next thing I remember I was back at work. I must have driven, but I don't remember anything about that. Do people sleep drive? How strange that an anonymous board gives people the impetus to share these otherwise unbelievable "experiences". Have you ever told anyone about your sightings?
I've met people who are different. The most alarming one was while I was working next to Google headquarters in Santa Clara, again otherwise in an empty building. We didn't really "meet", but we did lock eyes and I felt instantly belittled somehow. Almost maliciously. This sounds nutty, but I'm a pragmatic and logical person generally (in my mind). They were noticeably different.
I don't believe I've ever seen lights moving unnaturally in the sky, but I do look at the night perhaps more than other people would, kind of a compulsion maybe?
Thanks for sharing, and for the record I don't think we're necessarily crazy, particularly compared to some of the right wingers on this board. :]