Do you know where the Belt Parkway is in Brooklyn? On May 26, 2011, at 8:45 PM, a client driving west toward the city, passing Exit 6, was one of multiple witnesses to see a diamond-shaped object, made of shiny blue/white orbs, descend from the sky, and momentarily land not far from her car. She quickly got off the parkway and watched from the service road while talking to her friend who was witnessing the same event from the window of her apartment building. Afterwards the object shot up into the sky.
When the object landed, the orbs rotated clockwise turning from blue to white, then counterclockwise returning to blue. She described the object as about the size of a car. The way it descended straight down from the sky then shot straight up - intuitively told here it was linked to the UFO phenomenon.
It was 8:45 PM which is still daylight in the city. =The object had rows of orbs forming a diamond shape. The top had 1 orb then 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 (middle row) - then moving downward - 5, 4, 3, 2, and 1 orb at the bottom.
I live off Exit 2. Exit 6 is Cropsey Avenue which takes you into Coney Island. I've blogged about that area many times. It's where I lived the first 11 years of my life until 1954 when I had my UFO experience.
My client is a white female, in her early 30's, having no mental illness nor substance abuse issues, and is not into UFO's or metaphysics. For some reason she was meant to have this experience and tell me about it.
It usually takes a little bit of Hollywood magic to convincingly make a cloud look like a person's face, but a man in New Brunswick, Canada might have seen the real thing. In the video, shot by YouTube user "denisfarmer" and posted on accuweather.com, the clouds are moving fast, which is actually pretty typical for a big storm front like this one. As they do, a man's profile seems to emerge, and even resembles Abraham Lincoln at one point.
Perseids Google Videos
Perseid Meteor Shower to Peak This Weekend National Geographic - August 11, 2011
Perseids: Catch a shooting star while you can! MSNBC - August 8, 2011
The Perseids are a prolific meteor shower associated with the comet Swift-Tuttle. The Perseids are called so because the point they appear to be coming from, called the radiant, is in the constellation of Perseus. However, they can be spotted all around the sky. Because of the positioning of Swift-Tuttle's orbit, Perseids are mostly visible on the northern hemisphere. The shower is visible from mid-July each year, but the bulk of its activity falls between August 8 and 14 with a peak on August 12. During the peak, rates of a hundred or more meteors per hour can be registered.