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Illustration: Triangular Craft w/Spheres

Illustration: Triangular Craft w/Spheres

In tandem with the 10/25/12 show, Linda Moulton Howe shares an illustration of a triangular craft, 100 feet on a side with seven large, glowing orange-red spheres. The slightly smaller center sphere was the only one of the seven that did not have a geometric pattern like a soccer ball that Greg McManus thought might be "nets" holding in the spheres that eventually dropped down into Lake Sawyer near Black Diamond, Washington, September 2, 2012, at 3:52 AM. Computer graphic illustration © 2012 by Greg McManus.

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