Look at this noctilucent cloud posted at www.spaceweather.com
Notice the face?
The text from Space Weather:
James Bjornbak snapped this photo from the Kennedy Space Center. “I used my Nikon D70 to make a 10-second exposure,” he says.
The glowing loop is, essentially, a man-made noctilucent cloud (NLC). Tiny crystals of ice and other particles in the rocket’s exhaust caught the rays of the early morning sun and lit up dramatically against the deep-twilight sky.
How can I say this? I have alluded to this before but I sense that our atmosphere is in the process of being changed in order to make it conducive to an otherwordly manifestation of sorts. Well, that was very clear, huh?