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03/12/2014 12:35 UTC
Date of the Event
02/08/2014 09:00 UTC
Witnessed a star like object move slowly in straight line then stop and start fluttering. It did that about 3 times then I noticed that created a second star light a object do the same thing. The first responded back then a third one creating a triangle.
It was a weekend about the 8th of Feb 2014, not looking at calender. Just got thru with a kayak trip down the San Marcos river. It was about a hour after sunset and I was waiting on my partner to come back with his vehicle so we could load the kayaks. I was laying in the grass smoking a cigarette looking at the stars. I noticed one star was moving across the sky straight above me. Not sure what direction but can figure out by location. I thought it was a sat mainly because it moved slower and higher ther aircraft. Still watching it I observed it stop and then start fluttering in place. The object would do this for a second, come to a stop and then flutter again for about a second. It did this 3 or 4 times then I noticed down and to the right a second star like object flutter. I don't know if I did not notice it or it was already there. The first object fluttered back and the second object stopped fluttering. A third star like object a half second later fluttered directly below the first object and left to the second object making a perfect triangle. The third object fluttered and then the the first object fluttered, at that time the space directly below the triangle shifted and the size that I saw shift was about the same size as the triangle. It looked exactly like when Star Trek ships going into cloaking mode. After that all three objects was not there and everything that I thought I saw was gone. Partner came back and we loaded up then left.
Just passing along what I saw. We r stupid if we think a civilization out there can't be a million yrs more advanced!
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