Very interesting!! Watch the video, it’s a good one.
With changes in the Earth’s magnetic field, the Earth’s core changes, changes from chemtrailing, etc, etc, and then there is HAARP (and ilk) “managing the ionosphere”, (scroll down to read my HAARP post from yesterday) I suspect that A Lot of these fireball and UFO sightings are result of these changes and other naturally occurring phenomena.
The universe is changing and I think we Earthlings will see activity like this increase in the future.
I still think there probably are extraterrestrials out there, but science doesn’t understand everything yet, and I don’t think all, or even most of these sightings are from extraterrestrial activity.
It’s best to read the short article yourself but here it is in a nutshell. Article link below video.
Orange fireballs, blue and white flashes of light, and in the daytime these lights look metallic. They may be a natural phenomenon from a unique geology in the area, and air turned into plasma.
These lights are particularly common after the a Northern Lights show when solar wind ionizes the earth’s atmosphere.
………….. “and it would not be a good use of Air Force research funds to keep HAARP going. “We’re moving on to other ways of managing the ionosphere, which the HAARP was really designed to do,” he said. “To inject energy into the ionosphere to be able to actually control it. But that work has been completed.” …………
What are those ‘other ways of managing the ionosphere‘?? To read the full article go to
Glowing red arcs invisible to the naked eye have now been detected high above most of Europe using advanced cameras pointed at the sky.
When streams of high-energy, charged particles come rushing from the sun to batter Earth, they cause what are called geomagnetic storms. These events are disruptions in the magnetosphere, the part of Earth’s atmosphere dominated by the planet’s magnetic field. The most dramatic effects of these storms are giant, bright auroras in Earth’s polar regions, but the tempests result in other striking consequences as well, such as faintly glowing red arcs high up in the ionosphere. This is the electrically charged part of Earth’s atmosphere, stretching from about 50 to 370 miles (85 to 600 kilometers) above the Earth. Read More…