Using our new technology, we began to practice our contact and skywatching techniques in and around Toronto and Windsor, Ontario. Like any well-tuned skill, it takes real time and dedication to master that level of concentration. As well, as we discovered in California, to the naked eye, these objects just appear as a tiny pinpoint of silvery white light high up in the sky, like a "day star" and they can be very difficult to find and track.
Our first stop was Nevada’s Area 51, and lunch at the Little A’Le’Inn, where our minds were filled with countless stories of a secret alien base and multiple encounters with unidentified crafts. Even though it was exciting, driving up to the famed gate, soon, our role simply became that of tourist, as we enthusiastically traversed the Extraterrestrial Highway, in search of the unknown.
We are spotting and photographing them at 80 to 200x zoom. They are likely up at 25,000' - 30,000', but it's not known for sure. From early in life, we are intuitively taught to recognize certain objects in the sky, in a typical way, for example a bird, a balloon, a tuft of material (like a cotton ball). Most of our sightings seem to be ordinary rubber party or mylar balloons, but upon closer inspection, we detected a few differentials. It could be the way it floats or falls, the shape and physical properties it exhibits. Typically, if it is an atmospheric anomaly, there will be one or more white orbs moving nearby also. Are they physical, biological, or simply some kind of a plasma projection? Are they drones, a secret military application? All we know is that we don’t know, but will continue to use the contact techniques and record. As well as continue to make contact with those who have also experienced this phenomena.