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Sky riddle: Eleven what?

Written August 25th, 2014 by Hasso Hering

Xi 1

OK, so this is what it looked like in the northern sky around mid-day Monday. I can tell that it’s a Roman numeral XI. But what is somebody trying to tell us?

That it’s the eleventh hour? That it’s almost too late? Too late for what?

Or somebody on the ground said, “Hey my cell phone is dead; what time is it anyway?” Three pilots heard the question and tried to answer it. But why spell it out in Roman numerals, like an old pocket watch?

Or three jets were headed in the same direction when the guy in the middle said to one on the outside: “I’m sick of always being in the center; let’s trade sides.”

Something like that, right? (hh),

 



4 responses to “Sky riddle: Eleven what?”

  1. Jim Clausen says:

    XI – 11 (Roman numeral)
    XI – Exchange Infrastructure
    XI – Xavier Institute
    XI – Experimental Intermedia
    XI – Xenon Indicator
    XI – Extreme Insight (Business Objects)
    XI – Warfighting Integration (USAF organization)
    XI – Xidi International Incorporated
    XI – the first eleven of a cricket or football team
    XI – XI monogram, an early Christian symbol
    X.I. – a fictional supercomputer from Terminal Velocity (video game)
    XI – Customizable apparel from Zazzle.com
    XI – Xidi International Incorporated
    Xi Jinping (pronounced [ɕǐ tɕînpʰǐŋ] , born 15 June 1953) is the General Secretary o the Communist Party of China

    Wow Hasso, you may have stumbled onto something! I recommend that for the next 3 months, at the same time of day, you go to the same spot and record your findings.

    We’ll be waiting for the report!

  2. Rhea Graham says:

    Thank God, you’ve finally looked up and seen some chemtrails! Yes, keep looking up! See below the X and I you pointed out? The sky is all whited out. PLEASE LEARN MORE,

    Hasso, I believe with your help we could get more attention on this horrific spraying that is happening nearly every day. Don’t just laugh it off – it is very serious.

  3. Bill Kapaun says:

    In WWII, they were called contrails and helped lead the German fighters (or fighter props as the news media would call them today) to our B17 & B-24’s.
    They were very common in the 50’s if you looked up.

 

 
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