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28 June 2020

Interesting  post at https://tallbloke.wordpress.com/2020/06/28/mysterious-lights-seen-geomag… … mysterious lights may be a geomagnetic link to earthquakes. Paul Devereux wrote a couple of books a few decades ago on the subject of Earth Lights and their association with seismic phenomena. It seems that he might at last be recognised as providing an intuitive theory on UFOs and what they might mean. Or at least the kind of lights that pulsate and move and dart around as seen by many eyewitnesses over the years. In this post we have some mysterious lights in the sky that are reminiscent of Devereux's examples, over Florida, and captured on a mobile phone camera. A short video was posted on twitter that was taken near Miami and shows mysterious lights hovering in the sky. They have been confirmed by numerous other sources and featured on national US TV. Answers are being demanded of the Pentegon we are told although quite what kind of answer they might provide on a little known subject is anyone's guess. A physicist friend of Tall Bloke also reported similar phenomena which has been recorded for many years in a remote part of Norway. These are the Hessdalen Lights. In a valley in Norway there are light balls in the sky. They hover and move but no one knows why – see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hessdalen_lights … They move up and down, hover and move around, darting and dancing in the sky, just like a classic UFO. According to the wiki they peaked in the 1980s but have not been seen very much since 2010. Tall Bloke points out that this remarkably corresponds with a high point in solar activity in the late 20th century and the first decade of the 21st. Since 2010 solar activity has been relatively quiet. Is this evidence that plasma has a direct link to seismic events – via earthquake lights. Some kind of electrical connection might be necessary.

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