Deming, New Mexico
December, 2005, Page 9
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New Year's Eve, Saturday, December 31, 2005, 5:50-6:15pm
This was a pleasant night for photographing the Lights. The
wind became a whisper; temperature hovering at 59F.
Five appeared and put on a wonderful New Year's Eve display.
They brightened, bounced, dimmed and danced.
Ann and I are very excited to see just what this new year will bring.
Happy 2006 New Year, one and all!
Thursday, December 29, 2005, 5:30-6:20pm
Another good night for Light watching!
We had quite a few Lights show this evening.
Ann and I watched one Light keep appearing
and disappearing at the base of the mountains
to the southeast of us. The Light was in and
out too fast for me to get any photos of it.
If it shows again, we'll sure try to get pictures.
Here are the latest…
Wednesday, December 28, 2005, 5:45-6:15pm
Tuesday night we didn't see one Light. None showed.
However, tonight was different. We had a goodly
number of Lights appear and entertain us for awhile.
Well, here they be…
Sunday, December 25, 2005, 5:45-6:10pm
Another good night for Light watching!
The Lights started a little slow this evening,
but they picked up. Some good shots were
Saturday, December 24, 2005, 5:45-6:15pm
The Lights were slow showing up, but they
appeared and gave us a wonderful show!
Here they are, Merry Christmas…
Friday, December 23, 2005, 5:35-6:15pm
W-H-A-T A N-I-G-H-T!
We took 127 photos in all. The Lights
were again very active. We took photos
of double and triple Lights. Tonight one
Light even closely approached another.
It's been a great night for Light watching!
Here they be, enjoy…
Wednesday, December 21, 2005, 5:50-6:15pm
What a night! The Lights were extremely active!
They changed shapes, brightness and intensity.
Here ya go...
Tuesday, December 20, 2005, 5:45-6:05pm
The Lights were very active tonight. They
changed shape, bounced around, brightened
and dimmed. In a few of the photos, you can
see the Light heading "into" the mountain. In
a couple of the photos, there are 3 Lights visible.
So, here they are, comin' at ya...
Sunday, December 18, 2005, 5:50-6:20pm
Tonight was a pleasant night for picture-taking.
And turned out extremely exciting, wonderful,
amazing and all the adjectives you can dream
up to use!!
We took 139 photos of the Lights...97 of those
contain one Light that just hung around for
most of the time we were taking pictures. Also,
upon enlarging the photos (we do this to see if
we missed any Lights or to see if we can find more)
we found a total of 41 Lights moving around the
sky. The Lights that are enlarged are those that
are the closest to us (15 miles). The others are
farther away and harder to see, but they are there!
It TRULY is getting VERY EXCITING here in our
desert--more so every day.
Here are the cream of the crop…
The number 1 inset photo is the Light we took 97 photos of.
Saturday, December 17, 2005, 5:50-6:20pm
We took photos of 5 Lights tonight. Some
were very bright and some were so dim we
thought they were trying to hide from us.
A couple just popped up and then just
disappeared as fast as they showed.
Here they be...
First & Second Light.
Wednesday, December 14, 2005, 5:55-6:15pm
Another great night for photos! Again, the Lights
popped up and disappeared very quickly. Then,
the Lights returned and we got 5 different Lights.
Things are starting to pick up out here in the
desert. It amazes both of us that nobody sees
these Lights except us. People need to start
looking UP more often!
Here we go again…
Ground light. There are no houses, no trails and no roads in the area of this
These two Lights showed up simultaneously...
Second & third Lights. Notice the airplane in the second photo top center.
This is how airplanes photograph. Major difference from the Lights.
The Double Helix returns...
Light number 1 is going back into the mountain.
Kind of looks like an angel holding a candle...
Tuesday, December 13, 2005, 6:00-6:15pm
WOW!! An extremely exciting night!! The Lights
showed at 6:00pm, then just started popping up
so fast we couldn't keep up with them. We did
manage to get 8 different Lights, but actually,
about 12 or more showed. As I said, they were
popping up so fast we couldn't shoot the pictures
fast enough. As I was focusing through the view
finder, Ann just kept saying, "There's another one!"
And another, and again, and on and on...86 photos.
The last set of photos shows a Light that just hung
over the mountain (we call that mountain the Orphan).
It just moved slightly up and down and then a little
to the north. We were able to get 51 photos of the
last Light. That's how long it just hung over the
Orphan. We call it the Orphan because it sits all
by itself, west of the big mountain range. The Orphan
is only about 5 miles from our house.
So get ready, 'cause here they come…
Fourth & Fifth Lights
Eight Light. We took 51 shots of this light as it hung over the Orphan.
Sunday, December 11, 2005, 6:00pm
Ann and I were on the porch, facing east as usual, waiting for the Lights to show.
Ann looked up and spotted this light. The light pulsed, but never strobed, as an
airplane does. We have taken pictures of airplanes flying overhead, however, none
of them ever looked like this one. This light is very similar to the light we
photographed on July 22, 2002.
This light was flying west, just about over Ocotillo Road to our north less than one-
eighth of a mile. Its altitude was approximately 800-900 feet. At first, we never heard
a sound, then just as it approached our eastern property line we heard an 'artificial'-
sounding airplane. The sound was way too loud. It sounded as if it was being
broadcast from speakers over our heads. As the light passed our western property
line, the sound disappeared. We should have been able to hear this loud noise
for some distance. However, nothing.
The lights appeared to be two red and one blue. While passing over us though,
the lights did not strobe or pulse. They were just steady red and blue.
We stopped watching the light shortly after photographing it. The light moved
quickly across the sky. I would say faster than a small plane would.
This is the photo from July 22, 2002, 9:35pm
These photos were taken Sunday, December 11, 2005, 6:00pm
Saturday, December 10, 2005, 6:00-6:15pm
We waited for the Lights to show up for almost half an hour
and nothing. Just as we were feeling they wouldn't show, BAM!
There it was!
The Lights all had very impressive tails this evening. The last
light popped up extremely bright. All the Lights this night
were very, very active, dancing, bouncing and moving along.
The last set of photos contained 2 Lights and some
had a Light at ground level. This last set contained 3 lights in
All-in-all, we caught 5 lights. Things are picking up out here
in our Deming, New Mexico desert...and get more exciting by the night!
So, without further ado, I present the fancy-tailed Lights of DNA…
Third, fourth & Fifth Lights
Friday, December 09, 2005, 5:55-6:05pm
An interesting evening. The lights put on a
small show for us. Notice the tails on the lights.
They really had their tails 'fanned' this evening.
So, here they be...
We've changed the look of our web site and made some adjustments.
The Local UFO Photos page contains photos of what appear to be the
'regular' type UFOs. The new pages, The Lights of DNA, contain
photos of the lights Ann and I have been seeing and photographing
since March, 2005.
First, let me explain what I mean by 'regular type UFOs.' These are
UFOs that appear to be a solid object, like a triangle or a saucer. The
Lights of DNA appear to be more on the form of energy and not a
solid type craft. These are very similar to the Marfa Lights of Marfa,
Texas. Marfa's Legendary Lights
Ann and I have been studying the photos of the lights since March,
2005, and they appear to be a pure energy which has the ability
to change shape, color, size and location.
These lights, at times, appear to come from inside of the mountains to
our east approximately 25-28 miles from our house. At times, these
lights 'sit' on the mountains. Sometimes these lights hang
or hover about the mountain tops. Sometimes the lights just 'appear'
above the mountains and move in different directions.
Over the years, there have been many people who believe there might
be a 'society, group, race (I hate that word), or a people of a highly
advanced evolutionary state' living deep inside Earth. We are two
who believe this to be true. God made man in His own image,
therefore, they are human beings.
Ann and I believe that a 'human being' is not synonymous with or
limited to planet Earth. These are called "Earthlings." Human beings
living on planet Earth. A human being who resides on the planet Zeta
Reticuli is called a Zeta Reticulan, which is a human being of a
more advanced evolutionary state.
Ann and I will keep getting pictures of the lights we've been seeing.
We'll keep taking them until they either disappear or make contact.
Actually, both Ann and I hope contact will be made. And, I might
add, soon, very soon!
In the meantime, enjoy the photos and feel free to contact us with
questions, ideas, or pictures of your own. Take a look at our histories,
see our web pages Ann, Her Father & Roswell and Omega Agency.
Dennis & Ann Bossack (DNA)
Deming, New Mexico, USA
Wednesday, December 07, 2005, 5:35-6:00pm
Here are the latest photos of the Lights of DNA.
Take a peek...
Tuesday, December 06, 2005, 5:30-6:05pm
Tonight was really COLD! The temperature was in the low 20s.
We got some good photos this evening.
Four lights in all tonight. The first light we caught at 5:30pm,
that was the earliest yet.
Here ya go...
Friday, December 02, 2005, 5:55-6:10pm
In my last posting to you, I said I would be posting the photos from
Wednesday, November 30, 2005, & Thursday, December 01, 2005.
Well, something came up. Something VERY BIG and VERY BRIGHT
came up at approximately 6:00pm, on Friday, December 02, 2005.
I'm here to tell you all these photos are phenomenal! This first light was
so bright it took Ann and me by surprise! This light has to be giving us
a message or something. We took 26 photos of this light.
I changed the way I did these particular photos just because of this
light. I posted the whole photo first. No insets, just the whole photo.
Look at how bright this light is. Look at it glowing. I then added two
enlargements of each photograph so you can see it better. The glow
from this light reminds us of God's Light.
Notice the one photo that looks like a heart. This one reminds us of
Jesus Christ and His Light. It's amazing! We've never seen any of
these lights this bright before. And, remember, we've been taking
pictures of these lights since March, 2005. This is the beginning of
the season that began it all, the Creator giving us His Son to light
Well, here they are. Ann and I hope these astound you as they did us…
Thursday, December 01, 2005, 5:55-6:15pm
Another good night for photos.
Have a look..
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