Multiple UFO Sightings Were Reported All Over The World During Last Night's Blood Moon Lunar Eclipse
Multiple UFO'S Were Seen All Over The World
During Last Night's Rare Lunar Eclipse
Millions of people gathered yesterday to catch a glimpse of the rare lunar eclipse. The Blood Moon was the most anticipate event this September. People worldwide anxiously waited, cameras in hand, ready, for the arrival of the eclipse.
The lunar eclipse was nothing short than spectacular, but some claimed they witnessed something even more spectacular. Many reported seeing unexplained aerial phenomenon during the eclipse. As the blood moon began to make its grand debut, unidentified flying objects in different parts of the world ended up stealing the show.
In different parts of the world people reported seeing unidentified flying objects fly by the moon as if extraterrestrials were auditioning for new sequel to Spielberg's E.T., the long awaited sequel. Mufon's website received quite a few reports. I posted just a few of the reports as a bit of a teaser. I urge you to go to Mufon and look at all the different cases. Maybe more were reported.
Mutual UFO Network Reports Sept 27-28, 2015
9/28/15 Carson, MI:
We were driving home talking. There were 3 of us and we spotted 3 glowing lights in the sky in a triangle formation at first stayed still then slowly moved together uniformly into on light formation like a star. Then a 4 th glowing light started to head towards the other light and came together and then it disappeared. The lights in the sky was the first thing I saw. I thought at first it was a light tower. My feeling was excitement but also a sense of calm feeling. It was a amazing event to witness and thought that we were suppose to see those lights. We sat and waited to see if they would come back and nothing. It was quiet and silent. No sounds of airplanes. The objects disappeared after that all came together like a flame that was put out. There were 4 lighted objects total.
9/27/15 Lawrence, MA:
I was on the back yard of the house, lay down on a hammock, see some planes passing, then start light object was coming in straight line from west to east staring at 35 degrees or 40 for about 2 minutes then went it was at 75 degree start slow down and make a 90 degrees turn to north 3second after 90 degrees east then make like a circle and stop then I see a disc shape object hovering in the same place, then an airplane came front south to north and the UFO start going straight up till disappear. no plane do 90 degrees turn at that speed.
9/28/15 Franklin, OH:
My boyfriend was looking outside and called for me to come look, I ran outside and there were two large circular fire ball looking lights in the sky, they darted around erratically and would glow very brightly then get dimmer. The second ball merged into the first one and it glowed very brightly and then dimmed and then looked as if it evaporated completely. I waited for a few minutes but it never came back and I saw nothing else in the sky. I saw a regular plane fly overhead maybe 5 minutes later and recognized that immediately. While watching the light I felt mezmerised and curious.
9/27/15: Salem, MA:
I was at the university watching the blood moon. My attention got diverted as I was alone cold and bored so I looked the polite side of the moon. When I noticed a very large about 100ft size triangular plane flying southbound from where I was standing. When I first saw the object I thought it was and airplane but when I focused my eyes on the object I realized it was triangular and the lights were not set up as a regular plane. There was no blinking red light the passenger planes have and it was a matte black. So it easy blended with the night but the lights were bright . It moved in a linear direction and it was very large no where near the size of a drone. It didn't move erratically or any fdiffrently except that it was quicker than an airplane. My initial feeling when I realized it was nothing like a plane was to point it out to someone near me. I asked a girl sitting next to me and had to point it out to her since everyone was looking at the direction of the moon. She was shocked and confirmed my suspicioun that it was like nothing we have seen before. Since I was taking photographs of the moon I had my iPad ready to photograph the ufo. I knew that without evidence I wouldn't be in denial of what I had seen. So I tried to snap pictures but it was too fast for the camera to focus and I couldn't see the details I saw with my naked eye to to the objects color blending in with the night. I got one picture that was decent-ish. I only got to take two pictures and it was gone. Quickly I sent a Skype message to my brother telling him that I saw what appeared to be a UFO. I lost sight of the object when a building got in the way as it traveled southward. I believe there were only 1 other witness other than myself because I didn't see anyone in the crowd of students looking bewildered or saying anything even though there were about 50 students there. They were all facing the moon which was east of me and the object was west of me on the opposite direction. The only other person who noticed was the girl whom I pointed it out to.
9/27/15 Dana Point, CA:
I was at the beach in Dana Point viewing the lunar eclipse with my husband and many other Dana Point residents were there, too. Because we were all looking up to see the moon, we all saw this low hovering formation of nine bright lights. The lights were in a formation then they moved slowly into a couple different formations--someone said it looked like they were trying to make constellations. After doing this for a few minutes, they moved off into the distance, into a small cluster. Then they got into a line and eventually were so small they couldn't be seen anymore. Strangest thing I've ever seen.
9/27/15 Corona, CA:
At 8:40 pm, I was watching the blood moon, and when I looked up at the stars I was startled to see 3 lights in a triangle formation, going north. It appeared that they were in orbit above the earth. If satellite travels at 15,000 mph, then these were travelling at twice that speed.
There was no jet noise, no sonic booms. Obviously travelling in orbit above earth. There was a great distance between the 3 objects lights that were travelling.
I don't believe in UFOs. But I do report what I saw.
9/27/15 Lincoln, AR:
My wife and I were sitting on the back deck with our children watching the Supermoon/Lunar Eclipse. At 9:43, the kids had just gone inside when my wife and I saw a triangular craft directly in the sight of the moon. The craft had blue and red lights blinking rapidly, and there were stationary lights shining on the bottom. While in sight of the moon, the craft maneuvered with 90 degree angles and what seemed like sharp figure 8 motions. A few seconds after moving sporadically, the craft stabilized and flew in a straight line out of sight. Besides the impressive maneuvering, the triangular craft moved at a rate of speed seeming faster than what a jet would. The craft looked solid with its triangular shape.
5 Fun Facts About The Total Lunar Eclipse
I hope everyone was able to see the blood moon total lunar eclipse. It was beautiful out here on the West Coast. Here are 5 fun facts about the total lunar eclipse. Enjoy.
1. Lunar Eclipses Happen When the Moon is Full
This One Will Be Visible In Many Parts of the World
Lunar eclipses always happen at the full moon.
During a lunar eclipse, the moon passes directly behind the Earth into its shadow (called the umbra). This can only happen during a full moon because the Earth, Sun and Moon must be aligned exactly
2. While The Term “Blood Moon” is New to Astronomy, Nearly All Total Lunar Eclipses Appear Some Shade of Red
The full moon appears a coppery shade of red during a total lunar eclipse due to the sunlight being filtered and refracted by the Earth’s atmosphere.
Earth’s shadow is visible creeping across the moon’s face, and this shadow will grow until it completely covers the moon. Then at totality, when the moon is fully covered by the Earth’s shadow, the blood red tinge will appear. This short NASA video does a phenomenal job describing why the moon turns red during an eclipse.
The term “Blood Moon” comes from biblical prophecy.
What makes tonight's blood moon so significant is that the final blood moon in a rare series of four full lunar eclipses each spaced out six months apart, known as a lunar tetrad. All fell on Jewish holidays!
Some say the fourth blood moon is the beginning of the Apocalypse.
3. A Total Lunar Eclipse During a Supermoon Will Not Occur Again Until 2033!
During some lunar eclipses can last up to an hour or more. April’s lunar eclipse was the shortest of the entire century.
Tonight's eclipse is going to last around 1 hour and 12 minutes, with the entire duration of the eclipse lasting over 5 hours.
This eclipse also falls on a Supermoon, meaning that the moon will be at its closest point all year in its elliptical orbit making it appear 14% larger in the night sky than a typical full moon.
The full moon in September is traditionally known as the Harvest Moon in the Northern Hemisphere, falling closest to the fall equinox. In the Southern Hemisphere, this is the first full moon of spring.
The next total lunar eclipse falling on a supermoon won’t happen again until 2033.
4. It is Unclear if Lunar Eclipses Influence People’s Feelings and Behavior
In many cultures the belief exists that full moons and lunar eclipses have some kind of impact of human feelings and behavior. In ancient cultures, it was strongly believed that the lunar cycle impacted women’s hormones and fertility.
Full moons impact the tides and the human body.
5. Lunar Eclipses Are Believed to be Auspicious Times for Growth, Release and New Beginnings. This One May Feel Especially Intense
Lunar eclipses are usually associated with releasing what no longer serves you to create new beginnings and spur your personal growth. However, the exact changes that are stimulated will depend quite a lot on the astrological signs that the sun and the moon fall into during the eclipse.
This Eclipse and Your Relationships
Tonight's full moon falls in the sign Aries, which is why this eclipse carries strong energies related to assertiveness, action and individualism.
You might be feeling especially driven to express yourself, assert your feelings to someone, or take actions in a situation that involves someone else. The sun in Libra directs our attention towards establishing balance and fairness in our relationships with others, acting as a polarity to the independence of Aries. We are therefore being pushed to find balance between meeting the needs of ourselves and meeting the needs of others, driven to reconcile our self-autonomy with our dependence on others.
This eclipse marks the ending of the lunar tetrad cycle along the Libra-Aries axis that began in April of last year. Each of these eclipses challenged us in different ways to assert our own personal needs, while also recognizing the importance of caring for others. Since this cycle began, many of us have experienced intense personal and relational challenges and growth. Many of my relationships are barely recognizable compared to where they were when this cycle began last year. It is time to reflect upon these changes, transformations, births and deaths, and integrate how they shape your path for the future. With endings, come new beginnings.
Some people have been calling this final eclipse in this cycle a sign of the “apocalypse” – which literally translated means: revelation.
The energetic changes stirred up by this eclipse may feel especially powerful because the moon is at its closest point in its orbit to Earth. This means stronger tides, potentially disrupted sleep patterns, and rapid energetic shifts. You might be feeling especially anxious, stressed and impulsive, or you might be feeling exhausted, drained, tired and sore. Maybe you are bouncing back and forth between the two. Do something tonight that helps you feel grounded, like taking a salt bath, going for a walk, cuddling with animals, or bathing in the moonlight or dancing.
We have plenty of energy to work with when it comes to making relationship changes we are seeking. My advice is to do your best to avoid reacting to others, and to be patient with yourself as you work through these intense energies. Keep your goals for healing in mind. If you are upset, then this is the time to let someone know, but this is also the time to practice forgiveness and compassion as we recognize that everyone is fighting their own battle that we often know nothing about. Do not deny the intensity of your feelings, but also recognize that the way you choose to communicate can be as important as the message you are trying to put across. As my partner Jimi Ohm likes to say, “you catch more flies with honey than with vinager.” When in doubt, be willing to make compromises and take your time to make decisions based on facts, not solely on emotions. You will get through this… Just remember to breathe.
Source: Mystic Mama
Dr. Kelly/The Lucid Planet
Supermoon Lunar Eclipse
I don't think anyone is more excited than I am for the Lunar Eclipse coming this Sunday. It is the final blood moon that everyone has been talking about. I'll be in my mom's front yard dancing in the moonlight waiting for the lunar surface to go red. I love lunar eclipses more than Donny loves Tiffany, but this eclipse is more special than the others because it's very rare.
According to NASA, this will be the closest full moon of the year and it will be the first supermoon eclipse in 33 years. The next event like this won't be seen in until 2033.
It has also triggered concerns among people that it signifies the world coming to end. September's lunar eclipse will mark the end of this year’s lunar tetrad. The lunar tetrad is a string of four lunar eclipses occurring every six months. The present tetrad began in April 2014.
The supermoon lunar eclipse is a rare event. Since 1900, there has been just five such astronomical events (in 1910, 1928, 1946, 1964 and 1982)