(Stillness in the Storm Editor) Hello Stillnessians! I am presently writing to you from ECETI in Washington, home of James Gilliland, UFOs, ET energies, and other such fantastic things. Teresa is here giving her talk about the Etheric Battery (which was amazing by the way), and I am here with Sterling to support her and experience this amazing place.
This is a captivating location with lots of great energy and things to see, like mount Adams.
I don’t have many photos of the event but I do have something I want to share with all of you.
Yesterday evening, at the nightly skywatch gathering, Teresa, Sterling and I saw a breathtaking UFO—the most captivating I have ever seen. We wandered out to the Pleiadian circle to get a better view of some fireworks that were lighting up the sky about a mile or so away. To the left of a large clearing, separated by a massive pine tree, a small dim orange light appeared.
At first, I thought it was a firework, but it became clear upon further inspection that it was too high off the ground. The light seemed to hover just above the ridge line, about 15 º above the horizon. After pointing it out to Teresa and Sterling, we noticed a second fiery object to the left of that, also about 15 º above the horizon. The objects looked like faint point sources of light, like stars.
They changed luminosity frequently over the course of about 15 minutes. At one point they would, often independently, dim completely to nothing (turn off), and then come back after a minute or so, with spikes of brilliance that eclipsed other objects in the sky. In addition to the peculiar changes in brightness, they objects also wiggled about in a random fashion, dropping down about an inch or so and then moving to the left sharply only to swing back in a skyward direction.
There were stationary objects within several degrees of the UFOs, thereby eliminating the potential for optical illusions, such as the autokinetic effect—which is when a small point source of light appears to wiggle in the sky as it moves, but is actually not wiggling.
At one point, I attempted to reach out to these objects telepathically, sending love and receptivity to their presence, along with an invitation to make themselves known. I did not receive any thing back telepathically but I did notice one of the UFOs got brighter within a second or two.
I don’t know what these things were. I discount explanations like airplanes, helicopters and drones due to the distance and erratic movements. That said, I can’t know for sure it was extraterrestrial, it could be man-made.
Unfortunately, we didn’t get any images of the UFO. But another couple that saw the same thing got some extremely low resolution video, which I might be able to track down.
This was the most inexplicable and impressive UFO sighting I have ever seen.
In addition to nightly skywatch gatherings, amazing conversations, and lectures, the scenery is rejuvenating.
I’ll be back in the non-ECETI world next week. If you ever get a chance to come, I strongly encourage it!
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