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From Alan Arqueza


My Korean Communication Experience Of Phoenix Lights UFO

12 March 2017

한국 번역은 여기

This morning I am excited to remember the noteworthy and unprecedented UFO encountered on 13 March 1997 by an estimated 10,000 citizens of Phoenix, Arizona - known as the Phoenix Lights. I remember it clearly that bright sunny morning at my residence when the television broadcast was already on in the background on news station CNN. Although, I do not watch television, the guests at the residence were tuned into the news. The image on the screen was an array of white orbs in the night sky above the city lights with the background of the silhouetted mountain range. People of Phoenix reported witnessing a triangle-shaped silent aerial craft that covered the entire sky spanning 2 kilometers. If I remember correctly it was the next hour or following morning when I just arrived at the 180 New Montgomery building at Academy Of Art College in San Francisco (Academy Art University). I was a Photography and Cinematography student. I was looking for an available computer workstation and just then from where I was standing at a row of unoccupied Apple computer workstations I overheard a commotion in Korean language from a group of International Students to my right. I remember clearly I was standing just 3 computer workstations from them. At first there were two Korean students and myself looking at the computer monitor of a webpage that displayed the image of the white orbs from the Phoenix, Arizona encounter. The student who was signed on to use the computer beckoned his Korean friends aloud in Korean language. They were on the other side of the workstations. I was amazed I was experiencing the event in America from the perspective of Korean international students. I could not speak Korean language, yet I understood their emotions. They noticed I was looking at the image with them. The advanced technology visiting our world.

Note: The Internet did not become socially popular until the later years of social networking in the year 1999 during the Dot Com Bubble. The Internet was not popular in 1997. Social networking apps did not exist, there were no smartphones - pagers were the most popular.


The following video is from sbjazzman at Youtube. They recorded the Phoenix lights event in Phoenix, Arizona. The photographers official webpage at www.oracleofthephoenix.com. This intrigues me.




The video from the Prescott Witness - "A spaceship flew over my house...".