Fireball or plasma phenomenon over Moscow?

Altair

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My friend just sent me this video:


https://youtu.be/xddBH4MqMEw

From the description: The object moved very slow and disappeared in a couple of minutes after video was taken. It had a definite fireball shape before I got my phone to capture it.
 

Laura

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Looks like it. We've seen a few falling fireballs that just go on forever and leave a long tail of black smoke.
 

Joe

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Yep, looks like a pretty standard fireball.
 

Maat

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About meteor/UFO/Plasma in relation to earthquakes, there is this interesting passage in Operation Trojan Horse by Keel, in the sense, there's a lot of data about some events.

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And the paper by Martin D. Altschuler he quoted, which is full of data events and references too, and entitled Atmospheric Electricity and Plasma Interpretations of UFOs is available here :

 

Maat

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Further to what I posted above, in the 7 November 1994 session, there was also this :

Q: (L) Why are UFOs frequently sighted over geological fault lines?

A: Electromagnetism. Use electrical free waves as fuel for power restoration.

Q: (L) Could it be that the UFOs are a manifestation of the geomagnetic energies emitted at fault lines?

A: No. Not all theories are correct and some are not even sincere.

Q: (L) What is the connection between UFOs and earthquakes?

A: Is none. Coincidence. If they are there, some fault breaks produce EM fields which are visible briefly as red or yellow light flashes.
 
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