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Tony: My First Encounter with Cloudships

October 15, 2010

Tony, editor of Welcome the Light, posted a stunning picture of three cloudships stacked one on top of the other. Cloudships are UFOs cloaked in clouds, often stacked and often near mountains. Since Tony doesn’t use his last name on his site, I’ll refrain from posting it here.

My First Encounter With Cloudships – And Here’s The Picture!

by Tony, Welcome the Light, Oct 14, 2010

On October 11, 2010, I was travelling along a high mountain pass in British Columbia, Canada and as I crested a hill, I noticed this long cloud that had rather odd rounded edges (it’s the bottom cloud in the above picture).  The edges stuck out over all the other clouds in the sky – they just looked really different.

I continued along the road for another 10 minutes and looked up and noticed, all of a sudden, stacked on that rather unusual cloud were 3 cloudships – all on top of one another.

I’ve seen pictures like this over Mt. Shasta, the Himalayas, or other mountains but I have never actually seen them in person.

Until now.

I took this picture at 3:22pm PST on October 11, 2010 (in case there are any numerology experts out there).

I remember thinking how wonderful it was to actually see something like this in person and how I hoped that it would be a precursor to disclosure.

Then look what happened a couple days later – UFOs all over the world.

I just wanted to share this with you because it really is a rather cool pic!

Much love, Tony.

Here is a possible cloudship in a video from Indonesia.

And here are some photos of possible cloudships:

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