Just a day after the country and the world had its attention captured by a bizarre looking, intense “meteor” lighting up the sky over Michigan, the state south of Michigan, Indiana is having its own similiar experience.
What might make the Michigan event even stranger is the fact that an unexplainable influx of white, Arctic Snowy owls is currently hitting Detroit: ever heard of an owl as an omen or kind of a bad sign? If you research “what does an owl mean” or something like that you’ll find new agey, positive leaning articles about the owl, but I feel like it’s kind of an ominous sign.
Countless Indiana residents are reporting that they witnessed a flash in the sky just before midnight, at about 11:45 pm a couple days ago, Wednesday in the center of Indiana.
Police departments in the Eastern direction of the major metropolis Indianapolis, including sheriff’s deputies in Henry County, Rush, Shelby, and Morristown reported seeing the “bright blue green flash” in the direction of the northeast.
A bright blue green flash was witnessed by Officers in Shelby, Rush & Henry Co at approximately 11:50 pm on 1/17/18. Our Officer witnessed the light to the NE of Town. At this time we have not receiving any reports of power outages, may have been a meteor, aka: shooting star.
— Morristown PD (@MorristownPDIN) January 18, 2018
A man named Bryan Bunton shared video captured from his home security system.
Another person tweeted footage from security cameras west of Marion that show the flash of light on a whopping 9 screens.
— Brett Middlesworth (@blmiddle6) January 18, 2018
The light was so bright, it cast a defined shadow across a yard in New Palestine.
These additional videos were posted online, and tweets were made:
Anyone in #Indy see a flash outside???
— Emily (@EmmyDG) January 18, 2018
I just watched what i thought was a meteor or shooting star fall from the sky. it was shimmery and bright. but then it freakin flew back into the sky and across the horizon. idk what I just watched but it was probably #aliens
— juliα 👽 (@juliaorsborn) January 18, 2018
It was soooo bright. Lit up the sky green for a second.
— ❁ Anna (@channeldeluxe) January 18, 2018
Even people in neighboring states saw the potential meteor, including people from Toledo, Ohio, and Chicago, Illinois.
After the lights in the sky last night over Michigan definitely saw a large #meteor tonight. I’m west of Chicago was looking south east. People in Cincinnati Kentucky and Indiana saw same.
— Chris Kovacs (@kovacschris) January 18, 2018
— Trent Edwards (@TrentsCrazyLife) January 18, 2018
So the flash of light had a green tinge to it: has anyone heard of Green Fireballs, and their connection to the military industrial complex?
“Green fireballs” were a phenomena reported as long as several decades ago, when military industrial complex activity and weapons tests that created “green fireballs” took place.
In the 1940’s, green fireballs were spotted for what might be the first time in recent history in the Southwestern United States, blazing the sky in New Mexico in the exact era of time where the Southwestern desert saw the testing of nuclear weapons, biological weapons, and all kinds of other things.
According to an article from the Mind Unleashed titled “”Green Fireballs”: An Unidentified Flying Object Tied to Military Experiments”:
“Research associated with New Mexico-based meteor expert and mathematician Dr. Lincoln LaPaz documents an effort to create “weaponized meteors.”
Fritz Zwicky, an astrophysicist with California Institute of Technology who also worked for Aerojet as Director of Research, obtained payload space in a V-2 rocket to eject small Army rifle grenades at a high altitude, creating weaponized, artificial “meteors” to strike a target.
It was noted that jets of copper or iron particles would be visible as “meteor like trails,” and copper of course turns green when it is burned.
This is a photo from the December 16, 1946 experiment, which also occurred in New Mexico, exactly where the first reports of green fireballs came from. It took place at the White Sands Missile Range.”
That’s right: they literally tried to weaponize meteors. Did they succeed? What is this?
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