After a week of cold, rain, sleet, hail and snow in the Motherlode, I woke up to a very cold and icy morning today. Still, I just had to go outside. The stars were clear and bright and I was looking in up at the Big Dipper.
From 5:30 a.m. to 5:45 a.m., I saw five glowing objects, all appearing near the Big Dipper and going in different directions. I was able to catch two of the brightest on video at 5:33 and 5:41 a.m., respectively. These bright objects, the first heading North and the fifth heading Northeast, both grew brighter and brighter, before dimming out.
What gets to me is the way these objects just appear suddenly, brighten tremendously, then dim before disappearing altogether. They are the most beautiful silver-blue color. And either I or my brother seem to "feel" these objects before they appear, or the objects are aware of us and appear while we are watching the sky. It's actually a very exciting feeling, almost euphoric, leaving us feeling energized with a great sense of well-being. I'm still not sure what to make of it.
Mark A. Olson, D.M.
Thanks Dr. Mark for sending another great video and report.
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