Sunday, December 18, 2011

Fireball And Other Objects Spotted Over Nanaimo British Columbia

Date:  June 15, 2008
Time:  Between 11:30 p.m. and 12:00 a.m.
Brian, we saw the same fire ball from here in Nanaimo. It was traveling east of us, judging from Polaris, I would say it was traveling SSW to NNE. It was big and bright and finally shattered in to several smaller fragments and burnt up, like some kind of giant fire work.
Else wise, beside watching quite a few satellites we did observe one object moving from NW to SE that moved like a regular satellite, but was glowing from yellow to nothing, and back to yellow again. So to the observer it was literally blinking on and off at about a 4 second beat.
So unless it was tumbling, it was not acting at all like a satellite should. It was obviously stratospheric and was no plane.
About a month ago a lady friend of mine saw some UFO's doing their dance thing, at night (looking like stars then moving and stopping) over the Nanaimo night sky. I mention it here because I'm sure she did not report it to anyone.
Finally, I'm a member of the Nanaimo Metaphysical Network, basically a gathering of Psychic friendly people, and such. I've felt for awhile that there was something going on in the direction of our Mount Benson. I asked a pretty sensitive friend to see what she could pick up.
She looked psychically once and saw nothing, then tried again a day or so later, with the same result, but on the third (and probably last attempt) she did (psychically) see a flying wing craft travel in over the city and land in to the side of the mountain.
It glided silently, and remarkably, when it flew threw the trees they did not react to it's passing. My guess, there is a advanced ET observation post sheathed in to the side of Mount Benson, watching over us for some reason or other. Cheerio.
If you have seen anything like this in the same area please be kind enough to contact Brian Vike at: with the details of your sighting. All personal information is kept confidential. website:

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