I've been debating whether or not to post this the past few nights. I need to know if what's happening here is also happening all over the country/globe. What I'm about to tell you is absolutely insane so please bear with me. Before I go on, let me tell you that I am very knowledgeable on the celestial sky. I've known how to identify planets, stars, and star constellations since I was a small child. On the 4th of July I first noticed that the Big Dipper looked deformed. This is what led to my next realization. Every average sized star in the sky that I looked at appeared to be moving. By moving I mean, elegantly hovering left, right , up, down and circling in no particular order. I couldn't believe that I was actually seeing this so I set up my telescope on a tripod to look at the "stars" more closely. When viewing them through the telescope, it became apparent that they actually are hovering all over the place, as they would fly in and out of the view of my telescope. I don't know how or why, but these extraterrestrials appear to be blocking out the starlight and replacing the stars with their spacecrafts. In order to do this , they must be a huge distance away from the Earth. This probably means that everyone on Earth can see this. Before you try to discredit my observations and dismiss them as being false, go out and look at the "stars" unless you're not brave enough to handle seeing something like I described. I'd like everyone to go out and look at them and tell me if this is viewable from all over the country. Don't just look at one "star", look at several very closely. Some are moving more than others. Lay down or lean up against something while looking at them. You won't be able to see this with your bare eyes if you don't have 20/20 vision. I live in Lake County, Ohio but I don't think it matters where you are because everyone can probably see this.
Don't make the same mistake I did. If you see a UFO, keep your distance. It's a decision that could save your life.