Michael Horn's Telemeter Disk Sighting
Michael Horn wrote on 9th December 2011:
On the night of October 3, at about 10:00 PM, right before I was going to go to bed I had the funny feeling to go outside my front door.
It was completely black outside but I noticed what I at first thought was a star in the sky to my upper left. But then I realized that there were thick tree branches with leaves in that area (which I again confirmed in the morning). The light started to move, to smoothly descend in a gradual angle down and to the left. I then thought that maybe it was a firefly or lightening bug but immediately realized that there was no flickering and no natural movement like the kind that a flying bug would make. Everything was very smooth and controlled.
The light was whitish with perhaps a slight blueish tint around it. It was slightly oval, silent and, since I at first thought it was a star and then a lightening bug, it wasn't very large. It had started to move when I paid attention to it and I recall that at the very first some fear arose in me that I then put aside.
It then occurred to me that it could be a small telemeter disk from the Plejaren, as are also sometimes seen at the center. So the first question that I asked Billy when we met was about this. He confirmed that it was probably a telemeter disk.
- An e-mail from Michael Horn forwarded by Karumudi Mahesh Chowdary.