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UFO Triangles Fly In The Face Of Logic | VIDEO

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UFO Triangles Fly In The Face Of Logic

Lee Speigel By Lee Speigel
The Huffington Post

     Whatever happened to good old circular flying saucers? While accounts of them continue to show up in police reports, newspapers, YouTube, etc., it seems like these days, there are more and more sightings and videos of triangular UFOs -- V-shaped, Dorito-shaped unidentified objects.

The earliest known reports of these unusual triangles can be traced to the Dutch East Indies in the late 1890s, around 10 years prior to the Wright Brothers' first powered airplane flight in 1903. Triangle UFOs were also reported from Scotland and England in 1895.

So who or what was behind the controls of these large, silent, black objects? And who, indeed, is still piloting them today?

"One of the most unusual characteristics of these things is their ability to seemingly divide from one triangle into two, or for these triangles to come together and merge into one. There are a number of reports of that. . . .

1 comment :

  1. I started researching triangles in 1985 when I had an excellent report from a former paratrooper of two that he and his son witnessed crossing the road in front of them. They had seen the objects approaching from the right and stopped the car to better witness the event as the slow-moving craft noislessly passed across the road a few hundred feet ahead of their vantage point.

    I and about twenty others saw one bigger than a 747 move low, slow and silently one night over Laramie in 1998.

    My personal opinion is that they are our version of the genuine UFO physics configured to our abilities. They are differently shaped because they conform to our old, three-axis form of flight control which is why they have their "lifters" one in each corner. Their development is why we don't have and never intended to have a replacement for the shuttle because they make rockets, jets and wings obsolete. I believe they are capable of moving to the Moon and possibly even to Mars. Their development rivals the invention of the wheel.


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