For the past week or longer, there has been a strange, glowing UFO in the horizon of the western sky and according to SkEye and Stellarium, there are no stars or planets in that area.
If you are looking at the western sky in the early evening, you will see Arcturus glowing as well as Venus. You will also see a light to the left of Arcturus that is not defined by either SkEye ot Stellarium.
You will see this bright light in the early evening in the western sky.
SkEye is a free app for your cell phone that maps out the sky for you. With this app, you can see every known star, planet and constellation.
Similar to Venus, this light is not seen very high above the ecliptic plane of earth's orbit.
While zooming in on it with my Canon 35x Powershot, the light would change from red to green to white. Even with a tripod, I had difficulty zooming in and focusing in on it but I will continue trying to get empirical video and photos of this anomaly.
My particular sighting came from the Gulf Coast of Florida but this sighting has also been reported from coast to coast in the United States as well as all around the world.
From New York City, "I noticed a star of unusual brightness. It seemed to be flickering from red, to blue to green to white."
From Virginia, "Incredible. I live in Virginia Beach and work in Norfolk. I've been noticing this object for about a month now, I just shrugged it off as Venus. I tried using Google Sky on my phone but no label came up for it - and I still convinced myself that its Venus and that my phone must just be buggy. I'm weirded out now and still can't fathom this being a strange planetary object..."
From Massachusetts: "I'm in Massachusetts and I saw it Wednesday evening. The strange thing is, there were no other stars in the sky, none. My husband tried ti convince me that it was Venus, but I don't think so. It was too big, too bright and like I said, there was not a single other star to be seen."
From North Carolina: "I live on the foothills of the blue ridge Mts .... near Boone NC and I have been watching this "object" for a year. I remember last year on the way back from Charlotte my son noticed it after I had been watching it for a while. It has gotten allot brighter."
From England: "Finally I find someone else who can see it. I see it also and when I looked in my telescope it made me feel ill. Its weird looks like a cell or germ it flickers red and blue. It changes shape and when I look at it I get this creepy feeling like it knows I'm watching. I'm in northeast England and it becomes visible just after sunset."
From Spain, "we were traveling north on the Alicante-Valencia highway, close to Denia. It was after sunset and we were surprised to see a very bright star (the brightest star one can see in the sky) that pulsated with different colors."
From Brazil, "First, I thought that it could be Jupiter, and then I tried to see it better using a telescope. I didn’t see the moons of Jupiter that normally appear when you are using the telescope, and I realized that the strange object was emitting light of its own, and not reflecting the light of the sun as a planet does. I enlarged the image several times using the telescope, and I realized that the object, although very bright, was rather small. The next day, using the Stellarium computer program, I realized that there was no object showing in the location that I saw."
In Japan, a witness saw a ‘mysterious luminary object’ from their window in the western sky above the trees. ‘It was emitting light, shining brightly, changing colours, green, yellow, red and so on. It was moving vertically, up and down, while spinning.’
From New Zealand, "I was walking down the stairs to my car when I saw this really bright star shining. It kept changing colours from red to green in the western sky."
From Scotland, " During a recent trip to Italy, at the Pedra e Cupa campsite in Budoni, Sardinia, at 5am on Saturday 4 July a bright star was clearly seen in the western region of the sky and was the only star visible in the sky at this time. Was it the ‘star’?"
From Canada, "I see it to from Ottawa, Canada, here it more active around 20:30 pm, it flickers like crazy and the top part grows white then reduces to red weird star...."
Speculation has inferred that this could possibly be a very large comet or possibly an extraterrestrial mothership. It may even possibly be Hercolubus or Nibiru.
Carlos Muñoz Ferrada is an world renown astronomer who recently stated that Hercolubus will be making a visit near our planet.
At this point in time, it is unsure of the angle and trajectory of Hercolubus but it is said to have wiped out Atlantis and had caused the "great flood" in many religious texts.
If this light is a starship or mothership, it is of massive proportions for it to be bright enough to be seen with the naked eye.
UPDATE: I took the following video on the evening of October 16, 2013 looking toward the western sky from the Gulf Of Mexico in Florida:
If you know what this bright light may possibly be, then please comment below. Also, if you are able to take any pictures or videos, then please let me know and I'll add them to this article.
If you have seen this anomaly, please comment below and tell us the state or country you live in. Thank you!
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