A mothership in Space

In 1994, in the fall season, I was sitting talking with a friend my mine in the living room. It was one of those conversations, that kept going all the up in the early hours of the morning.

It was a clear sky, not even a cloud was passing by. We were sitting right next to the window and had a couple of candles standing on the table, so the room was fairly dark.

I was looking out of the window, ones in a while, just to watch the rotation of the earth and how the moon and the place of the start would move.

I noticed this larger size “star”, and wondered, why of all the stars it hasn’t moved at all. Over the next two hours, I just kept an eye on it, while I still was looking at my friend, when he was talking.

Around 3.5 I saw this smaller thing moving toward the big star, thinking it is just a satellite or another object moving into the earth’s atmosphere. 

Shortly after I saw another moving from the “star” and out in space, and yet another one moving into the “star.” My friend stopped in the middle of his conversation, when I burst out, “this is not a star, it is a space ship” He looked out and said, “what are you looking at?”

I pointed out, what I was looking at, and he laughed and said, “that, that is just a star” I looked at him and looked out of the window, and said, “if it is a star, why do all these small things flying in and out of it?” his looked out and went wow!!!

For the next 1.5 hours or more, we were just sitting in almost silent, watching this magic show, happing right in front of us up on the sky. The ship was enormous and the tiny ships flying in and out was not just one or two, but hundreds it was amazing to be able to see.

Just before 5 the last ship was docked and we sat for a little while longer, just in case, but nothing happened. At 5:30 we went to be, and when I woke up and looked out, I was no longer able to see the mother ship or any of the smaller ships.

I did feel it was not the last time, I was going to see them, and I felt hey it is about time we are able to see something is going on.