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Space Aliens Traveling In Phoenix Skies?

During Stephen Hawking’s lecture at the George Washington University yesterday, where he included remarks concerning space aliens, this was occurirng in Phoenix. Hmm….

Mystery lights reported over Phoenix

April 22nd, 2008 @ 5:44am

by KTAR Newsroom

People are looking for an explanation for mysterious red lights that appeared in the north Phoenix sky Monday night, reminiscent of a similar event 11 years ago. Dozens of listeners called News/Talk 92-3 KTAR just after 8 p.m. reporting they were watching the four mystery lights. “From my position, it looked like they were just hanging, not moving at all,” said one man, who called 92-3’s “Gaydos After Dark.” He said he “absolutely” saw something. A woman caller said, “It looked like four red tower lights, but it was pretty high up in the air. I called my husband and he said, `Get home, what’s wrong with you?'” Those who saw them said the lights were visible about 13 minutes before moving off to the east. Deer Valley Airport, which was the closest air field to the lights, had no explanation for them. Neither did Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport or Luke Air Force Base, which said it had no jets flying at the time. On March 13, 1997, thousands of people reported seeing a v-shaped formation of lights over north Phoenix. They lasted about three hours. Some described them as forming a carpenter’s square. Among those who saw the lights in 1997 was former Gov. Fife Symington, who initially played down the episode. However, he said last year that he believes the lights came from “crafts of unknown origin” and, “It remains a great mystery.”


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Off to Phoenix

In their Ridgeline truck, on Saturday, our friends Harold and Pam Kern traveled with us from Visalia to Lake Havasu. When we arrived at the hotel we had reserved for them, The Islander, we found there to be a discrepancy in the reservation–the clerk there showing our friends to arrive on Sunday instead of Saturday. They tried to be accommodating, but the hotel was full, and finally the men put the luggage back in the truck, and the Kerns drove to another hotel where the management at The Islander had arranged a room for them.

We were exhausted when we arrived at our motorhome, but after a good night’s sleep, we tramped off to our little church for our Sunday morning 9:00 o’clock service. Harold Kern preached an absolute masterpiece, a riveting presentation of the Word of God. Using the unique story of the prophet Hosea and his wife, Gomer, he preached on “Walking with God.”

By 2:00 in the afternoon we four were on the road again, in our Jeep heading to Phoenix where in the evening service, Harold Kern preached again. This Monday morning, I’m sitting in the Phoenix Crown Plaza Hotel. Guess what! Free internet service. Cheers!

I have a little more to tell you about the Ladies Conference when I can grab enough time…hold on!