It was Saturday, April 28th, 2012 when I, as a passive member at the Semjase-Silver-Star-Center, was at two very interesting talks presented by Bernadette and Stephan. Then in the evening from 7 to 10 p.m. there was the "Study Group," in which I also took part. When this was over, I chatted with three other passive members at the Biotope parking lot. After we said our goodbyes around midnight, I remained still longer at the parking lot and observed the night sky. It was just half past 12 on Sunday, then, the 29th of April, 2012, I saw a bright, white, luminous object floating along from the east, of about the size perhaps of a tennis ball. The object was with certainty neither an airplane nor a hot-air balloon, because it floated absolutely silently and quite slowly there, namely exactly over the Semjase-Silver-Star-Center. Consequently I could closely observe it during some minutes, until it disappeared in the west. Since it was with certainty no airplane and also no balloon, it could probably only have been a flying object, which is generally called a UFO. There was no noise from an engine, and no known sound of hissing/heating from a gas burner as used with a hot-air balloon.
Naturally I was happy over this nighttime sighting, and I remembered that I had already been alerted by different passive members to the fact that often such sightings can be witnessed at the Semjase-Silver-Star-Center. This time I also had the luck to be able to observe such an event, which for me is a proof of the fact that, within the expanse of the universe, we Earth humans are not the only human forms, which kind may also have been involved here. Then shortly after these thoughts and the observation of the flying object, I lay down and had a restful sleep.