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RE: Re: UFO Sitings

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Posted by Dutch on July 16, 2000 06:42:06 UTC

Last weekend on Friday night which would have been the 8th i believe. I was at a cottage up north on stoney lake and I enjoy looking at the stars searching for the satellites. As i`m looking i notice 3 stars out of the bunch seem to be moving together shaped ina perfect triangle. Appearing at quick glance to have satellite similarities. Except the more i looked, as they only appeared to me as stars off in the distance, they however did not break the triangle formation and instead of going across the sky like satellites they at one point seem to be dropping more into the horizon, very slow, and to my guess not in our atmosphere. Anyways, this has got me reading some different things on perhaps a conspiracy theory about bases on earth and the trilateral convention or something. Anyways trilater - meaning 3, showing similarities with three stars and also stories i hear about the bermuda triangle.

I belive in ufos now, but i want to know more.. im learning. post any responses....

PLEASE

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