NORWAY SPIRAL

OSLO – A mysterious blue spiral light appeared over Norway, leading to much speculation.
The large blue spiral appeared in Norway’s skies early this morning. What started off as a blue light soaring up from behind a mountain stopped mid-air!
It quickly morphed into a giant spiral that hung in the sky for about ten to twelve minutes, depending on the eyewitnesses’ account. It then disappeared completely!

The Norwegian Meteorological Institute has been inundated with calls, but astronomers have no idea what it was. Any connection with the season’s aurora has been quickly dismissed.
Some believe it may have been Russia testing missiles over the ocean, however the government has already denied this. Was it something more mysterious, like a UFO?
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47 thoughts on “NORWAY SPIRAL”

  1. truth be told – very valid point. Propaganda, i.e psychological war fare, etc. is always a possibility. It sure looks like some crude black hole though. The effect seems pretty consistent as well. Wonder if the depth and length and characteristics of it are even possible with hologram technology? The vortex doesn't look like anything I ever read about in that area.

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  2. Also got to come up with a scientific answer, why can't anyone believe that it might be a spiritual gift from the heavens to awaken us!!!!

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  5. At first I thought the story of the star was amazing, I couldn’t tell everyone, but I told a few people about it, it was around in the sky and seen by several people. One man I know matter-of-factly nodded that it is a UFO, and he seemed to not think about it any further. It seemed to have been taken as routine right away. Drama followed. I couldn't explain that, but perhaps they were eagerly looking for a change in their life. The star in Norway wasn’t seen here in that way, as conspicuously, but I got similar reactions when I mentioned it to people who had never looked into the whole background story of Maitreya, they told me that it had been on TV, nearly as if I was saying something redundant, and as if I was quite foolish.

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