June 20, 2018
I was looking at the stars through my binoculars a couple of years ago around Thanksgiving. The brightest star in our skies is Sirius and of course it was in the southern sky. I looked up to the west and noticed a "star" that was nearly as bright. Knowing a bright star should not have been there I looked at it with the nocs.
After a minute or so it started to move so this "star" has just become a UFO. I'm like, cool. It was moving towards me slowly and while still looking through the nocs as I was seeing a source of light reflecting in my left side of the nocs. It was just like when you look through them to find the moon and you start seeing a reflection until BANG, there's the moon. So I drop the nocs and look up.
This is so weird I need help defining it. It was pure light almost the size of a dime held way out but twisted a little sideways so I look into the binoculars again. It was a perfect circle of light. I could see light bubbles coming from the middle and coming to the top rim and popping out of existence. The bubbles were clearly smaller in the middle while the ones popping at the rim were quite larger. It was like a cone shape because I could see down the middle of it where the little bubbles were rising from it but it was FLAT, there was no depth. I thought instantly, THIS IS A FREAKING WORMHOLE!!
I looked over at the ship and could see it coming faster but curving and I took my finger and followed were it was going and it headed right for this thing. So I watched back and forth, the UFO and the cone of light bubbling. OK, this thing looked kind of like when Humpback whales blow bubbles around bait fish and the bubbles start small and when they rise up the water they become larger then pop at the surface.
I watched the UFO go right in the center of this wormhole and BLIP, withing a second the UFO went in the middle and the thing closed down from the outer edges to NOTHING, GONE!
Help please, am I loosing my mind? Can I have really witnessed a ship go into a WORMHOLE?
July 28, 2018