Lights On The Hill

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Charm1
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Lights On The Hill

Unread post by Charm1 » Tue Sep 17, 2019 2:19 pm

A few years ago my partner and i was staying at a friends property in our campervan at North Eton ( West Of Mackay ) one morning he told me he had seen all these lights/orbs last night whilst i was asleep and i was like yer whatever hunni ... Till a few weeks later about 9 pm he said the lights are back when i went and had a look there was like easily 20 lights/orbs everywhere the smaller size ones were like 200 meters away from us while the bigger ones were up on the mountain behind us.. We stood there amazed at what we were looking at UNTILL my partner decided to sing out Hello my name is Charmaine and then the lights/orbs just zigged zagged like crazy and i mean like the bigger ones just zoomed back and forth all over the mountain.... I looked at him and said why did you say my name for..We both took off running back inside .. We tossed and turned that night it was unreal.. After that night we were always hearing things like people walking around and brushing up against the side of the campervan .. I was glad when we shifted away i told my family about it ( I'm Indigenous) and they seem to think that that area may have Indigenous grounds somewhere ...Have never witnessed anything like that before ...

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Re: Lights On The Hill

Unread post by sensesonfire » Tue Sep 17, 2019 9:09 pm

Hi Charm1,
A great report to me you've given some clues to what these orbs may be especially if it does involve sacred indigenous grounds especially burial grounds. Bigfoot in the US has been witnessed ascending and descending from green orbs and I don't think it is beyond the realms of possibility that Yowies can do the same as red and orange orbs have been seen in the Piliga forest NSW a known Yowie hotspot. Yowies do seem to have an association with indigenous grounds.
But the greatest clue to me is you hearing what you thought were people walking around brushing up against your campervan. To me, these may very well have been Yowies it may sound like drawing a longbow but I think it is as good an explanation as any.
Cheers.
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