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« on: March 10, 2007, 08:25:49 »

Tonight the sky was very beautiful, can't see as many stars here as in the other city I lived before moving, but still it was nice. I probably stood there for hours, tried taking a picture of the Southern Cross, but the camera just captured the Moon. Anyway, as I looked to the sky it felt pretty much like an astral experience, so I tried to make a lightning in the sky.

I kept thinking about it, how distant I would like it to happen from the ground so that it  wouldn't hurt anybody, I just wished to see how much and how quickly I could influence the physical world with my thoughts.

It wasn't happening, and I wasn't really concerned about it, it was just a game, just a thought. Then I made a deal with the sky, asked it to make the lightning at any time, but preferably some place where I'm looking.

After a while I had completely forgotten about that thought and accepted that it wouldn't happen at all, and that's when I find myself thinking about other things, global warming... and then when I look at another portion of the sky I see a star I hadn't noticed there before, and it began moving.

'Maybe it's not a star, it's kinda greenish. It is probably a firefly, no, wait, it's not
blinking... seems pretty far away, could be large, what the...'

Everything was quiet, so it wasn't a plane, and if it was, by the direction it was moving it should have passed right above my house, and it didn't. I'm not info UFOs, but that was weird, and I remember stargazing in the past and the same thing happened when I lived in that city of the beautiful starlit sky.

It seems to be a common thing among stargazers, anyone?

I'll see if the moon picture was good, then I'll post it.
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« Reply #1 on: March 11, 2007, 04:05:52 »

"Stars drip down like butter"

I used to stand and watch the stars, and mini enlightements would bend my mind, See the stars fall back until - I could see the 3d space between them, see the vastness of it all and, be reduce to less than an atom in the wake of such vastness and
feel myself shirink down, be crushed almost, by this unfathomable difference in size.
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« Reply #2 on: March 13, 2007, 03:32:03 »

Wow, all this while sober Mister Jingo?

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« Reply #3 on: March 13, 2007, 11:24:20 »

Wow, all this while sober Mister Jingo?

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yeah, it's why i've never really had to do drugs  shocked grin  evil

Seriously though, I think such moments come when we centre on the 'here/now' and see the society we live in for what it is (rather than seeing it as all there is) - with such an outlook, we can glimpse the reality which lies beyond the veil of human led belief and presumption.
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« Reply #4 on: March 23, 2007, 14:23:00 »

Andrew

My father has seen balls of light and "moving" lights but he is in Pennsylvania. I've never seen them that way. Interesting though. Hope your pics come out.

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« Reply #5 on: March 24, 2007, 20:43:05 »

That's cool, I don't know what to think of it really so I guess I just enjoy the sight, maybe make a wish he he

Here's the picture of the Moon from that night, the Southern Cross was more to the right, but it didn't catch any stars...

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« Reply #6 on: March 27, 2007, 16:19:41 »

I took moving video w/digital camera of a lunar eclipse.  Looked similar - just saw the moon but no stars in my pics either.  Guess the moon is so bright it blocks out all the other light.  ?

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