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Sightings in Sao Paulo, Brazil

From: Thiago Ticchetti <thiagolt@opengate.com.br>
Date: Sat, 17 Apr 1999 12:29:56 -0300
Fwd Date: Sun, 18 Apr 1999 03:20:34 -0400
Subject: Sightings in Sao Paulo, Brazil


Vig=EDlia formal interview:(www.vigilia.com.br)


My name is ********** , I'm 29 years old. I live in Sao Paulo,
in a neighborhood near to Avenida Paulista. Yesterday (April
14th, 1999), around 11:00 Pm., I was looking the sky, which was
very bright and clear, through my window ( 12=BA floor).

Suddenly I saw a red point near to a tower. I thought that might
be a star, but then it started to move slowly, ascending and
doing a movement  like a arch. I thought now that it could be a
balloon, then is stopped. I called my sister to see it.

While we are talking about the light, it started again to move.
A few minutes after, some flashes in the other side of the city
took our attention, but was very fast.

My sister was cold and went to bed, and I continued to look to
it.

After some minutes appeared another light parallel at west.

I was looking to both, when sudden the one which was at my left
started to "inflate" and get a stronger and brighter light and
when I was watching it, I don't know how to say, is like if the
light exploded and "spit light". Around 5 or 6 smaller lights
came from it and flood in the air. That was very beautiful.

Then the light was decreasing e getting red until be like the
beginning.

When I went to bed the two points still were there, and today I
try to find them again but they are not there."


THIAGO LUIZ TICCHETTI
Diretor Do Departamento de Publica=E7=E3o e Tradu=E7=E3o Especializadas (=
 DEPTE -
EBE-ET / Brasilia-Brasil)
Director of the Publication Department and Specialized Translation
ICQ - 35119615





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