Circle in the Clouds

Rio Pueblo gorge

Looking south out of the Rio Pueblo gorge to the canyon of the Rio Grande. Rio Grande del Norte National Monument.

A few years back I had a vision in a dream. We were standing outside in the night. A glowing ring shot down from a storm cloud at UFO-speed, hovered, checked us out on all sides, and zoomed silently away. I took this as a benediction. Later there was a storm and dark gray water overflowing from a flagstone-lined ditch, but we were safe inside. The house was Mexican or Mediterranean with stone floors. Rain that did blow in through open windows ran harmlessly away.

The other day I took this picture high above the Rio Pueblo. (That’s the Rio Grande is in the distance.) When I opened the file later on my laptop, the thing jumped out immediately. It kind of shimmers and you don’t quite see it but it registers.

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  • vicky Zillioux March 26, 2018, 9:03 AM

    I totally believe! Did you see the article in the news today about the American Airlines pilot who reported seeing something over Phoenix? He called it in to the Albuquerque airport – so they were close!

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