Exciting new event in Australian skies.
by David Wilcock Friday, 04 June 2010 22:49
The Norway Spiral is back — but this time it’s jumping all over the place in the skies of Australia. This is a manmade phenomenon that shows Disclosure is getting closer and closer all the time!
The longer the oil spill goes on unchecked, the faster we can expect to see Disclosure really happen. There are plenty of technologies capable of plugging the spill, and those who are in a position to disclose, and ready to disclose, made a fantastic leap forward with this latest phenomenon.
The Disclosure-related news events are flying in so fast that I literally have to keep updating you on a week-to-week basis, here in David’s Blog on divinecosmos.com, in order to keep up with it. As you will see, the “Phobos is an artificial moon” story we covered a few weeks ago has also gained incredible new ‘legs’!
In order to follow the ‘Spiral’ part of the story, it’s important for you to go back and re-read Disclosure Endgame, where we covered the original Norway Spiral in detail.
Now, half a year later, we have exactly the same spiral phenomenon re-appearing — but with a new twist that makes it utterly impossible for it to be called a missile.
This is so new that the story is completely on an evolving basis. I have no idea how far this is going to go in the mainstream media yet — but it is very exciting!
I’ve already gotten bombarded with emails about it, so I’m sure it’s going to really get traction.
The above image is a forensic artist’s illustration of the spiral in Australia. The difference, again, is that this time it jumped all over the sky (emphasis added):
SIGHTINGS have been reported throughout the state’s southeast of a mysterious light travelling in an erratic fashion across the sky in the early morning hours.
Witnesses reported watching a ball of light move across the sky for up to five minutes at about 5.50am on Saturday.
“It was a perfect spiral of light,” one Redcliffe witness told The Sunday Mail.
“I realised soon it was not the moon but that it was shooting like a comet from the southern sky and off into the northwest.”
Another Brisbane resident said: “There was absolutely no sound in a perfectly clear, darkened sky before dawn.”
Police and search and rescue crews confirmed they had received calls from Brisbane, the Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast about the UFO.
This article goes into a lot more detail about how erratic this spiral’s maneuvers were — totally outside the behavior of a stray missile. And in just hours since they first posted it, we now have video at the below link as well!
People across New South Wales, Queensland and the ACT say they were startled this morning by a huge white light moving across the sky.Canberra resident James Butcher says he was driving home from a night out with his brother when they spotted the “strange spiral light in the sky”.
“It had a distinct bright centre, much like a bright star, indicating an object shedding light trails, spiralling and fattening out from it,” he said.“The effect lasted only two or three minutes, moving and descending quickly out of view.
“The colour was yellowish but this may have been blurred and tinted by the morning fog.”Wollongong man Eddie Wise says he also saw the light during his morning walk just before 6:00am.He says he has never seen anything like it.“It was like a yellowish, greenish light with a light spiral around it,” he said.“It sort of moved around, bobbed up and down and then it went behind a cloud.“I’m just amazed. I want to know what it was.”A caller to the ABC, Robyn, says she saw the phenomenon from her home on Sydney’s north shore just before 6:00am.She says it was over within two minutes.“There was this white light up in the sky like a huge revolving moon,” Robyn said.“At first I thought it was the moon but it was travelling so fast, high up above the eastern horizon and twirling as it went.
“It was just amazing and to be quite frank, I was quite frightened and my heart’s still pounding.”
Queensland SightingsA number of people from Morayfield and Caboolture in Queensland have reported that they too saw a white light in the sky about 5:50am.“It was just the one light. I just came home from my walk and I happened to look up in the sky, and here it was racing across the sky,” Linda told 612 ABC Brisbane.“I bashed on the window for my husband to have a look and he flew out.“It was spectacular.”Linda described the light as like a lollipop swirl.
She says the light came from the west and was headed east, out to sea.
“It was just unreal. There was a cloud in the sky – just this light with a swirl in the middle,” she said.Peter, from Balmoral, says he saw the light while he was on a ferry terminal on the Brisbane River.“It certainly had that lollipop-type swirl … but it was travelling low and fairly fast, and as it went past me and I looked up, it looked like a row of lights, maybe four lights,” he said.Denise, at Pine Mountain, told ABC radio in Brisbane that she saw the lights shortly before 6:00am.“I got up at about 5:45 to let my horse out of his stable … and I saw this coming from a north-west direction towards the south-east,” she said.“There was no noise. It was like bands of ribbon coming out of it and it looked like it was coming through a cloud, yet there were no clouds.”
An astronomer says space junk or meteors are the most likely explanations for the UFO sightings.Did you see the lights? Send us your pics.
Scores of people across Australia’s east coast say they saw bizarre yellow-green light zooming across the sky “like a lollipop swirl” early this morning.
It is not clear what the light was although there is speculation it may have been the Falcon 9 rocket which launched into space yesterday.
The light trail was seen between 5.45am and 6am by people in Canberra, Sydney’s north shore and Queensland, ABC News reports.
Several ninemsn readers said they saw the mystery light.
“It was moving west to east with a jumbled electronic sound,” Jim White said.
Hayley Farry said she and a group of friends saw the light while out jogging.
“It was really weird, like nothing else I had ever seen before,” Ms Farry said.
“We were trying to guess what it may have been, we were convinced it certainly was not normal.”
ABC Radio Brisbane 612 caller Linda said the light travelled from the west, headed east and then out to sea.
“There wasn’t a cloud in the sky — just this light with a swirl in the middle,” she said.
Another caller said there was no noise in the sky as the light passed over.
“It was like bands of ribbon coming out of it and it looked like it was coming through a cloud, yet there were no clouds,” she said.
Canberra local James Butcher said the light had a bright centre that resembled a star.
“The colour was yellowish but this may have been blurred and tinted by the morning fog,” Mr Butcher said.
The Falcon 9 rocket, which launched from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida yesterday, went into low-Earth orbit just nine minutes after blast off.
Now I get it.