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It had those lights on the edge, exactly like this one. They were virtually the same in size and appearance to horizontal traffic signal lights – no green or yellow, but alternately flickered a deep red or a light pink rose color. When I tried to focus my eyes on them I found it impossible. They seemed to be there and yet have “no perspective” with regard to distance perception as we know it. The black edge that ran around the entire craft was no more than 6" in height, filled with those traffic signal-sized lights in a single horizontal row, side-by-side and separated by about 3" from each other. It was as though these lights existed both here and elsewhere at the same time and I was not biologically equipped to perceive it.
How did I come to see it? It was at 4 AM in the late summer of 2004 when I was living on Vashon Island near
I took off my glasses and cleaned them with my shirt while not taking my eyes off it. I even slapped my face to make sure I was awake and put them back on. It was still there. It was hovering just above my eye level, over the cow pasture behind my apartment complex only 3 feet away from my 3rd story apartment bedroom window on Vashon Island near
It was between thirty to forty feet in diameter and about 12-feet-high from the rounded dome on the top to the bottom. The dome, which had no distinctive seam, was entirely smooth. It occupied about 1/3 of the upper surface area of the disc-shaped craft. I saw no “windows,” but it seemed to glow dimly from inside. It was tilted about 10-degrees in the direction it was moving, very slowly from south to north at barely walking speed.
What was odd was my immediate impression that it was not be propelled in the way you or I would assume. It “felt” as though it created a “cavitation” in the direction it wanted to move, and was “drawn forward” into the cavity it created. A cavitation in Space-Time? I have no idea. Try to imagine a submarine that could somehow project a cone-shaped field in front of it, pointed-end away from it, and it caused water to displace, creating a vacuum to move the submarine forward. There was no sense of “propulsion,” as you’d assume. That’s the closest I can get to a description.
It finally went out of view after what seemed to be about two long minutes. Just as I had the thought to go outside and see more of it, to grab my camera in the other room and try to take a photo, an immediate “NO!” entered my mind. That thought froze me in place until I decided I wouldn’t go outside. I have no idea if it was my common sense speaking to me or if it was someone or something else.
Again, it was the lights on the edge that to me was so riveting. I have to say I wish I’d seen the letters, “USAF” on the side, but no such luck. I don’t even pretend to know what this was other than some kind of craft. I have no idea if this is the result of Reagan’s defense spending or if it really is some kind of extraterrestrial technology. Why it was outside my window is an entirely different question. My guess is because it decided to stay low and evade radar while observing us at night through our walls – perhaps they are scientists? My guess.