Extraterrestrial Lights in Warsaw in 2012 Location: Warsaw, Poland, position: 52º12’23’’N,  21º00’53’’  E 3rd floor flat, west facing balcony, 12 m above the ground. Date: 3 July 2012, 23.00-23:30 (GMT+1) Click on the link below for narrative and illustrations
The New Genesis Foundation
On   3rd   of   July   2012   at   about   11:00   o’clock   at   night   I   heard   the   sound   of   distant thunder.   When   I   approached   the   balcony   door   to   close   it   I   stopped   and   looked up   at   the   lightning.   Just   by   chance,   right   above   me   in   the   sky,   I   noticed   a   moving spot   of   white   light.   At   first   I   thought   that   this   could   be   the   reflection   of   car headlights   from   the   low   clouds,   but   when   denser   cloud   passed   underneath   the spot   of   light   it   disappeared.   This   meant   that   the   light   could   not   originate   from the   ground   but   from   above   the   low   cloud.   The   layer   of   clouds   was   quite   thick and   uniform   and   no   stars   were   visible   through   it.   The   base   of   the   clouds   was   at   a height   of   approximately   400   m   (1200   ft)   and   was   illuminated   by   the   street   lights. The   spot   of   light   was   not   very   bright   and   its   intensity   was   too   low   to   take   a photograph.   The   clouds   moved   with   a   velocity   of   about   5-10   m/sec   pushed   by   a westerly wind.   A description of the spot of light The    spot    of    light    was    moving    with    a    constant    speed    in    the        anticlockwise direction   on   a   circular   path   which   was   about   20º   in   diameter.   (Figure   1).   It   took about   20   seconds   to   complete   one   revolution.   The   centre   of   the   circle   was   about 70º   above   the   horizon.   The   spot   of   lights   diameter   was   about   3-4   times   larger than   the   Moon   (1.5   -   2º),   but   it   did   not   have   sharp   edges.   Its   brightness   was   not uniform,    being    brightest    in    the    centre,    and    its    edges    were    blurred    like    car headlights   in   a   dense   fog.   Whilst   travelling   along   its   circular   path   the   spot   of light   changed   its   shape   depending   on   the   structure   of   the   clouds.   Where   the cloud   had   a   uniform   density,   the   shape   of   the   spot   was   round.   However   where the    clouds    density    was    not    uniform,    the    spot    could    be    oval,    jagged,    or completely    irregular    with    narrow,    spiky    light    rays    radiating    in    horizontal directions   from   it.   Where   the   cloud   was   very   dense   the   light   could   completely disappear. I   then   noticed   a   second   spot   of   light,   very   similar   to   the   first,   which   was   also moving   along   a   circular   path   which   was   touching   the   first   spots   circular   path (see   Fig.   1).   The   second   spots   circular   path   had   the   same   diameter   as   the   first path   and   was   positioned   to   the   right   and   above   the   first   path.   Its   centre   was about   80º   above   the   horizon   meaning   that   the   centres   of   both   circles   were   not   in a    horizontal    line.        The    second    spot    was    also    moving    along    its    path    in    an anticlockwise   direction,   with   the   same   speed   as   the   first   spot.   Both   lights   always met   at   the   same   point,   where   the   two   circular   paths   touched   each   other.   At   this point   the   lights   were   fully   overlapped   in   such   a   way   that   only   one   spot   was visible.   The   movements   of   both   spots   were   perfectly   synchronized   at   all   times during   the   observation.   The   shape   of   the   second   light   spot   changed   in   a   similar way   to   the   shape   of   the   first   light   spot,   but   in   a   given   moment   of   time   the   shapes of   the   spots   were   not   identical   because   the   lights   were   passing   through   different cloud   areas.   When   the   clouds   were   uniform,   both   lights   had   a   similar   circular shape. Since   the   lights   were   moving   along   perfect   circular   trajectories   as   seen   from   the ground,   these   trajectories   were   not   in   the   same   plane   but   in   two   different   planes at about 20 degrees to each other. Fig. 1. Geometry of the circular motion of the spots of light Light source position The   most   likely   source   of   the   light   would   have   to   have   been   in   the   shape   of   a sphere   radiating   rays   in   all   directions.   Therefore   the   brightness   of   the   spot   of light   when   viewed   from   underneath   the   cloud   was   not   uniform.   After   analysing the   shapes   of   the   spots   I   reached   the   conclusion   that   the   sources   of   the   lights must   have    been   in   the   lower   layer   of   the   clouds,   otherwise   the   light   would   not be    visible    if    positioned    above    the    thick    clouds.    Also,    if    the    sources    of    the spherical   lights   were   positioned   above   the   clouds   its   skew   light   rays   would   be much   less   attenuated   than   if   the   source   was   placed   in   the   cloud   of   the   same thickness,   therefore   the   spot   of   light   would   have   a   much   larger   diameter.   This was   confirmed   by   an   observation   of   the   Moon   light   shining   through   the   clouds resulting in a very large light spot diameter. Another   observation   which   confirms   the   assumption   that   the   light   source   was placed   in   the   lower   part   of   the   clouds   was   the   propagation   of   irregular   light   rays from   the   centre   of   the   spots   in   the   approximately   horizontal   direction.   Any   light source   placed   above   the   clouds   would   not   be   able   to   generate      horizontal   rays visible from the underneath of the clouds. Movement of the light source Assuming   that   the   lights   were   about   400   m   above   the   ground,   the   two   spots   of light   had   a   diameter   of   about   14   m   and   moved   with   a   constant   speed   of   22 m/sec.   The   diameters   of   both   the   trajectories   were   about   140   m.   The   spots   moved with   high   precision   because   the   intersection   point   during   the   observation   was always   in   the   same   place.   The   trajectories   overlapped   so   perfectly   that   only   one spot was visible at the intersection point. The   light   of   the   moving   spot   was   generated   by   some   sort   of   a   light   source   which had   a   certain   mass   and   dimensions.   Therefore   the   following   forces   must   have acted on the moving light source; Constant gravitational force.                           F G  =  m  x  g Where m is the mass of the source, g is the gravitational acceleration Constant centrifugal force                           F c   =  m x  V 2  / r Where   m   is   the   mass,   V   is   the   velocity   of   the   spot,   r   is   the   radius   of   the   circular path Variable air pressure force                                     F p   =  P   x   A                                          Where P is the air pressure and A is the cross section area of the light source Where             P  = ½ x (density of air) x (air velocity) 2  x (drag coefficient)    air   velocity   =   Modulus   [vector   of   the   light   source   velocity   +   vector   of   wind velocity] The drag coefficient for a sphere is 0.47 The   air   pressure   force   acting   on   the   light   source   depends   on   the   source   velocity and   the   wind   velocity.   The   wind   velocity   is   varying   in   a   range   5-10   m/sec   and   its direction    with    reference    to    the    direction    of    the    light    source    velocity    is    also variable.   The   density   of   air   is   also   variable   because   the   object   was   travelling through clouds having 2-3g/m 3  of water. In   spite   of   several   forces,   some   of   them   highly   variable   and   unpredictable,   acting on   the   source   of   the   lights,   their   movement   shows   very   good   stability.   In   spite   of the   blowing   wind   the   position   of   the   light   trajectories   did   not   change   for   at   least 30    minutes.    The    speed    of    movement    was    constant    in    spite    of    varying    air pressure because the lights met at exactly the same point in the sky. To   secure   constant   speed   under   these   variable   conditions   you   would   need   a special   propulsion   system.   The   propulsion   had   to   be   well   controlled   because   the air resistance of the light source was varying all the time. The   most   interesting   question   is   how   to   balance   the   gravitational   force.   To   keep the   light   source   at   the   constant   altitude   requires   very   well   controlled   vertical propulsion. The    centrifugal    force    acting    on    the    light    source    had    to    be    compensated    by propulsion   to   keep   the   source   on   a   perfect   circular   trajectory.   In   my   opinion   we have   to   exclude   the   existence   of   any   rigid   structure   because   of   the   large   diameter of   the   trajectories.   Holding   any   mechanical   structure   would   require   an   even more sophisticated means of propulsion. To    secure    the    correct    movement    of    the    light    source    there    are    needed    3 independent   propulsion   systems   providing   forces   operating   in   the   direction   of the    3    axes    and    controlled    with    very    high    precision.    Would    sensors    also    be needed   measuring   speed   and   position   with   reference   to   the   ground   or   other celestial     bodies?     Also     needed     is     a     advanced     control     system     providing synchronisation between the two lights movements. Using   existing   space   technology   it   would   be   possible   to   construct   propulsion systems   which   could   move   as   the   two   lights   did,   but   it   would   require   two   very complex   control   systems.   So   far   these   systems   have   operated   in   a   vacuum   and zero   gravity.   Operation   of   such   a   system   in   the   Earth   atmosphere   would   be several    orders    of    magnitude    more    difficult    than    the    operation    in    the    space environment.   Such   a   large   propulsion   and   control   system   would   be   even   more affected   by   the   atmosphere   and   gravity   requiring   an   even   more   complex   control system. Another    possible    solution    would    be    to    use    the    existing    drone    technology. However      securing      a      perfect      circular      movement,      and      stabilising      and synchronising   the   movement   of   two   drones   in   the   presence   of   wind   and   gravity is   practically   impossible.   This   solution   is   rejected   because   no   slightest   noise   was detected during the display. One   could   draw   the   conclusion   that   it   would   be   practically   impossible   to   build such a propulsion and control system using the existing technology.
Description of lights in Warsaw in 1983 A   very   special   and   unusual   event   was   witnessed   by   Witold   Koczynski,   a   47   year old   electronic   engineer,   and   by   Klaudia   Allison,   an   11   year   old   school   girl,   who   on December   2nd   1983   between   19:30   and   20:00   were   walking   their   dogs   in   a   built   up area   of   Warsaw,   Poland.   It   was   a   dry,   cold   evening   with   clear   skies   and   good visibility.   Witold   at   first   noticed   5   lights   looking   like   a   pentagonal   chandelier suspended   several   hundred   meters   in   the   air   in   a   westerly   direction.   These   visible weak    lights    glowed    with    a    constant    pink-red    intensity    but    did    not    move    for several   minutes.   Suddenly   they   descended   with   high   speed   reaching   a   60   degree inclination.   The   lights   formed   a   square   and   began   flashing   white   and   violet   colors. It   took   them   just   a   few   seconds   to   come   close   to   the   roof   tops   and   then   they disappeared   behind   a   building   (A)   which   was   about   25   m   high   (Figure   1).      After about   15-20   seconds   the   balls   of   light   were   seen   from   position   (1)   between   the buildings   (A)   and   (B),   from   a   distance   of   about   60   m,   moving   horizontally   in   a south-easterly   direction   at   a   slow   pace.   The   balls   of   light   were   unusually   beautiful being perfectly round and having light green, silvery colors. Figure 1.    Trajectory of lights. As   the   lights   were   behind   building   (B)   Witold   moved   to   the   front   of   the   building (C),   position   (2),   where   he   could   see   the   lights   flying   at   about   30   m   above   the ground   forming   a   square,   about   5   m   x   5   m,   with   two   balls   in   front,   two   balls   at   the back   and   the   fifth   ball   was   moving   behind   at   a   distance   of   about   10   m.   Being   close, about   100   m   from   the   lights,   Witold   could   see   many   details   and   he   noticed   a   weak beam   of   white   light   projecting   downwards   from   a   source   in   the   middle   of   the square.   This   light   beam   was   about   10   m   long,   inclined   from   the   vertical   to   the   rear by about 20 degrees, and diverged in a cone shape of about 20 degrees. The   lights   moved   slowly   across   the   road   and   started   rising   steeply   in   an   easterly direction   keeping   the   same   formation   and   then   disappeared   after   a   few   minutes. What   is   interesting   is   that   during   the   observation,   which   lasted   about   20   minutes, no   sound   was   heard,   and   since   it   was   a   quiet   evening   the   witnesses   would   have been able to hear even the slightest noise. What   is   important   about   this   sighting   is   that   the   observers   were   very   close   to   the object,   therefore   they   could   judge   its   size,   speed   and   light   intensity.   They   noticed that   the   lights   moved   together   all   the   way,   but   there   was   no   visible   structure holding   them   together.   The   most   important   fact   is   that   the   main   witness,   Witold Koczynski   having   an   engineering   education   was   familiar   with   assessing   technical devices   and   was   able   to   notice   even   the   smallest   details.   He   was   never   previously interested   in   UFOs   and   was   always   very   skeptical   about   any   paranormal   events. The   fact   that   I   knew   him   well   since   our   University   years   together   is   not   without influence on the trust I have in him. Looking   at   the   description   of   this   event   in   ‘UFO’   magazine   it   came   to   my   attention that   on   the   same   day   about   20   other   sightings   of   lights   in   Poland   were   reported. All   these   sightings   took   place   between   19:20   and   20:17   hours   in   locations   several hundred   kilometers   apart,   however   nobody   had   such   a   close   encounter   with   the lights as in Warsaw. Lights   like   this   would   not   pass   unnoticed   by   the   Polish   Air   Defenses   who   filed several   reports   on   unidentified   lights   that   same   night.   Some   of   these   lights   moved with   supersonic   speeds,   some   at   low   altitudes   and   some   as   high   as   10   km.   What all   these   reports   had   in   common   is   that   military   radar   did   not   detect   any   observed objects   and   no   engine   noise   was   heard.   It   was   confirmed   that   no   flights   of   any aircrafts    took    place    in    these    observation    areas    at    the    reported    times.    Reports confirm   that   similar   lights   were   seen   at   that   time   in   the   USSR   and   Germany (GDR). These   lights   could   not   have   been   of   natural   origin   as   they   moved   in   a   controlled and   organized   way.   They   could   not   have   been   manmade   because   they   were   not detected   by   any   radar   and   they   moved   without   generating   any   noise.   They   moved in   tandem   but   there   was   no   visible   link   between   them.   So   the   overwhelming conclusion   is   that   they   were   of   extraterrestrial   origin.   But   this   display   also   shows that extraterrestrial devices cannot be detected by our surveillance equipment