June 18, 2015 JayWill7497 Leave a comment
A unexplainable sphere that showed up in the skies over the U.S. and South Africa last week resulted in speculations that Planet X/Nibiru had got here and was on collision course with Earth.
Photographs and video clips of the object clearly noticeable in the skies were taken over Fremont, California, north central Arkansas, and South Africa.
A man was driving home from work at about 8:16 p.m. on June 15, 2015, in Fremont, California, when he looked up and observed a beautiful sunset. While driving, he rolled down his window and clicked photographs of the sunset to the west with his iPhone.
When he recalled to take a look at the photographs the next morning, he observed a yellowish, solid object like a half-moon in the pictures (see photo below). He realized it could not be the moon because the object was in the western sky. Initially, he believed it might be a lens flare, but changed his mind after taking a more detailed look.
“In all the photos I see online with lens flares, I have never seen a half circle or half of a solid shape. My lens was clean with no water or streaks. In some of the photos it does appear to be simply a lens flare. However, the shape and placement just don’t add up.”
On June 14, 2015, the Southern Africa Large Telescope (SALT), positioned in Sutherland, South Africa, purportedly snapped photos of what seems to be the same sphere. The time-lapse video (below) published to YouTube by user Waeel Baseem, shows the strange object as purportedly captured by SALT.
Previously on June 8, 2015, at about 8:50 p.m., Vickie Acklin, a citizen of north central Arkansas, was taking photographs of the sunset when she noticed a sphere in the sky. She shot a series of photos showing an object that seems to be a sphere in the western sky.
The object seemed to be falling, leaving a trail above it as it fell toward Earth (see video below).
“Just after the sun had gone below the horizon a bright pink sphere came into view. I could clearly see it, and the trail above it, with my naked eyes. It was a bright and intense pink. It moved quickly and I was able to take pictures for a few minutes before it went below the treeline and I could no longer see it.”
Acklin uploaded the photographs online due to the fact she felt that the visual appearance of the object in the sky could direct to a “very important event.” But despite the fact that the object was plainly visible in the sky, she was powerless to guess its complete size because she could not calculate its distance. But she stated it looked close because she could observe it clearly in the sky with unaided eyes as a tiny, pink object that looked like a marble. She mentioned, nevertheless, that her zoom lens makes the object look bigger and closer in the video than it was in real life.
“To my eyes it looked about like a very intense, pink, tiny marble. It could still be very far out and large or close and small I have no way to know the size of the object. The object appears much larger in the pictures because of the zoom lens.”
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