Glowing Orb Over Netherlands Changes Speed And Direction, Jan 2016, UFO Sighting News.

Date of sighting: January 12, 2016
Location of sighting: Groningen, Netherlands
Source: MUFON #73825

This glowing orb was seen this week over the Netherlands and for it to change speed helps us to rule out Chinese lantern. These glowing orbs have been seen all around the world this year and seem to be scanning the communities, recording everything. 
Scott C. Waring

Eyewitness states:
I was on my way to the car with my girlfriend, when we suddenly saw a bright moving light up in the sky. It wasn't an airplane and it sure wasn't a satelite. This object was changing speed constantly (from fast to slow to fast, etc.) and wasn't moving in a straight line. Luckily we caught it on camera!


  1. I have seen these many times in Swift Current Canada. They pose as stars or satellites. I have seen them change speed and direction. I have even seen them flash as if they are taking pictures. These are to high and fast to be our drones. I have also seen red orbs go from house window to house window. I think these are related as they seem to be a highly advanced surveillance drones either by the government or they are something else. Good catch!

  2. interesting for mr. warings info, on ufosnw.com report of 2 officers see orange lights in wash. state. now lots of people seeing reality of ufo's. aliens.

  3. also nuforc.com report of jets flying all dire ctions after ufo light buzzes by. jets were apparently looking for ufo. it seems maybe ufo's are engaging jet fighters more often------a step up of interactions like sending a message??

  4. While I believe in and in fact have true "hard" proof of E.T. Life, as well as technology. I refuse to release it due to "eyes in the sky". You humans are stretching for the truth. Would you not believe with the amount of technology, cameras, etc etc that by NOW their would be clear video and photos?? Perhaps confirmation on News sites??? I will say this. Be ready! Shorty your wishes will be confirmed.


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