Profile: jackie

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Hi my name is Jackie I am new to this but was involved in Seti a few years ago. I forgot me information the units I did cannot be shown.


I am writer and written a book on paranormal activity, if you will. I have experienced the orb factor as can be seen. Other orbs have also shown up. I do talk about this in my book.

ET is here for sure at least from experience which was totally random. The picture was taken by a relative in California as I was exiting the jacuzzi.

A light came at my side. Later I looked at the picture, looking for signs of where it originated from, perhaps in the garden but there were none. Curious I did add brightness in to distinguish what this phenomena was and if you can see it, then you can see it for yourself. Taken by a simple Cannon digital camera.

My own theory as to why the orb was not as bright, would be that the light in its fullness would not have shown up in the picture since the equipment was not technical enough. There is also another orb.
Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
Why I do run Seti@home for obvious reasons contact has already made. They can find you, or more importantly, me wherever I am.

I have always liked the project.

Suggestions: Many people on youtube seemed to have some contact, but the establishment seems to ignore this, or perhaps they know more, which begs question what does SETI KNOW. You are looking for scientific explanations, however, You do ignore what is in front of you.

This statement will not doubt have reaction from some but I am quite capable of remote viewing activities such as blowing up a transform with witnesses so do be nice. I am a nice person at heart and believe in this earth that needs tender care. No more wars.
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