It doesn’t look real, does it? However, folks in northern Norway are reporting seeing a strange spiraling blue light, swirling in the sky. It’s one of the oddest looking astronomical phenomenon I’ve ever seen, and I’ve seen pretty much every type of UFO and unusual sky object that could be confused for a UFO in my time on the planet. According to eye witnesses, a strange blue light shot up from behind the mountains, then hovered before beginning to spiral. Within seconds, it filled the sky before a strange beam shot from the center for upwards of 12 minutes. Then, apparently, the whole thing disappeared.
What was it? No one’s really sure. It lasted too long to be a one-off astronomical event. The Russians, who use the White and Barents Seas as missile testing ranges, deny having any tests in the area. Besides, can you think of a missile that does what the light in the video below does, because I sure can’t.
If you’ll allow me to spin a crazy conspiracy? This has to be some kind of top-secret Russian experiment. The only thing I can think of that’s ever looked anything like the event in Norway is your average television and movie depiction of a wormhole. That would explain the swirling, that would explain the beam of light coming from it, and that would explain the sudden and unexplained disappearance. And that’s about the only kind of crazy explanation that makes any sense.
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