Strange spiral in Australian sky spurs debate...

norway-spiralFirst there were the spirals seen in the skies over Norway and Russia late last year, believed by many to have been caused by a Russian missile test.  Then there were the spirals seen in Canada, which are believed by many to have been more brilliant computer animation than unexplained phenomenon.

But now a new spiral pattern has appeared in the Skies over Australia on June 5, 2010 and the questions are getting louder...




The appearance of another mysterious spiral in the skies has many in the UFO community talking "Disclosure" and many in the Ivory Towers trying to give an explanation that does not involve little green men or inter-dimensional travelers.

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"The fact that you've got the rotation, the spiral effect, is very reminiscent of the much widely reported sightings from Norway and Russia last year, which both turned out to be a Bulava missile which was being adjusted in its orbit... So possibly a rocket, I would say, having some sort of gyroscopic stability rocket fired on its side," claims Geoffrey Whyatt from the Sydney Observatory.

aussie-spiral1It is his opinion that this "extremely rare" event is the cause of a satellite, piece of floating space junk, or another rocket.

"The first I saw of the spirals was last year when they were reported in Norway and then a few days later in Russia.  The Norway one was very spectacular because of its symmetrical appearance.  But the one this morning and the one in Russia bear a striking similarity of being the same effects from a rocket trying to be controlled or adjusted."

In the Norway and Russia sighting of the phenomenon, the explanation given was of a rocket tested by the Russians.  The most common explanation of the event is Australia (by those in charge anyway) is that it was caused by a private company's rocket test in Cape Canaveral, Florida earlier in the day.

The wheel in the sky keeps turning...

aussie-spiral4Could this strange phenomenon really be the work or a missile test?  Or perhaps the glare off of a wayward piece of space junk or low orbiting satellite?

If caused by space junk or satellites (both things that have existed for the better part of fifty plus years now) would not these things have been seen much earlier?

And what of the rocket theory...

While it has been given as an excuse for previous sightings of spirals in the sky, this time the theory just really rings kind of hollow...

Doug Moffett from UFO Research NSW says he has a few problems with this theory.

space-x-launch"Firstly, the time of the launch was 18.45 GMT, which translates to 4.45am EST, the duration of the flight was 9 minutes 38 seconds - this is a full hour before the reported sightings.  +Secondly, where was the glow from the boosters or from the friction created by the craft moving through the atmosphere, where was the tail of the rocket?  Thirdly, why would anyone launch a rocket on a maiden test flight with a trajectory that would take it over the most heavily populated parts of Australia?  And how big must this rocket have been to be seen so clearly, at the same time, over such a vast distance?"

So many questions... so few (honest) answers...

Somewhere out there...

aussie-spiral3Right now, I am officially mind blown...

Four very public sightings of something in the sky with no conclusive explanation for what they might be (well, except for the strong denial that it is anything but alien).

It is all over the media... granted as a "haha" human interest fluff piece, but in the media none the less. 




And if these "things" keep occurring, soon there will be a very loud outcry from the global public to know just what is going on in the skies above.

As of yet, I really have no earthly idea as to what these "things" are or what caused them.  But I do know this:

There is something very real going on, and whatever it is... it is big.

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