UFOSA received a report by a qualified security officer that a

Circle of Pulsating Blue Lights

to the south of central Adelaide was seen on Monday night 5 August 2013.

Apparently there was a pair of red lights some distance apart and a larger number of blue lights were flashing on and off IN CONSECUTIVE SEQUENCE within a circle.

No noise was heard and the distance from the viewer’s position was at least several hundred metres away over the nearby Gulf, west of the area known as Mullawirratingga (translated into alien invader language as “Christies Beach”).

For reasons and confidentiality, no further information about the witness or their report is included.

(Some in the security, law enforcement and scientific research are apprehensive about the effects of reporting information about UFO’s since this may affect their employment or record in some deleterious way.)


Nerf Surfs Night Sky in Mount Barker SA

Saturday 10 November 2012

UFOSA received a report of a “nerf ball sized” orb of light travelling parallel (horizontal) to ground level in a suburb of Mount Barker South Australia at about 5:30 a.m. on Monday 5 November 2012.

This happened in a period of extreme electrical storm activity in South Australia with about 170,000 lightning strikes recorded by the nation-wide system of 9 automatic monitoring stations.

We could easily admit this as possible St. Elmo’s Fire or Ball Lightning except for the fact that the object seemed to travel for more than a few metres and did not dissipate.

Power lines are in the area where the “nerf ball” light was sighted.

Stars Light Stars Bright

Sunday 23 October 2011

UFOSA received a call on Saturday night 22 October 2011 at 10:30 p.m. alerting us to the presence of a bright “star like” object, surrounded by other similar bright objects, to the East North East of Adelaide, as seen from one of the coastal suburbs in northwest Adelaide.

We will check the STAR CHART for the evening and try to determine if it could be a low-flying hovering planet with associated moons or some geostationary space debris.

It should be noted that in the 1950’s and 1960’s, there were time lapse photographic coverage of the night sky with fixed motion pictures cameras taking periodic shots perhaps every 10 minutes.

The resulting roll of film contained a swirling motion picture show with various stars and planets forming the swirling motions.

HOWEVER, in the midst of some of these sessions were very unusual stationary bright lights, in a time frame of the “space age” when there were few if any geostationary human satellites, aircraft, rockets or weather balloons.

Bumper Crop of Oranges

Wednesday 5 October 2011

In the years 2010 to 2011 Australia was blessed with wonderful significant rainfall that temporarily eased the drought conditions and brought in above-average crop productions in South Australia, to include ORANGES, that sometimes sell at 3Kg for $1.

However we did not expect the flurry of sightings of oranges in the night sky that recently came pouring in.

According to a caller, many orange lights can be seen traversing the skies to the west of Adelaide and performing maneuvres that are far beyond the human. The caller said these were observed on the York Peninsula, to the west of Adelaide, travelling eastwards across the St. Vincent Gulf towards Adelaide.

They included Oranges going up and down, or sometimes sideways, in motion, and crossing the night sky at “phenomenal speeds”.

We shall follow up on these reports and find out more, such as a possible reason or cause for the lights.

(Flares launched from ships or land do not cross the horizon or perform exotic aerodynamic acrobatics.)