Oakland, Ca - A California UFO may be trying to make contact to warn about a predicted massive earthquake around June 1st's Gemini solar eclipse.
The three-pronged aerial light formation, mimicking the geometry of the Summer Triangle asterism, has been videoed soaring over Oakland's Chabot Space and Science Center.
Witnesses described it as a spooky echo of a triple-light craft seen over San Francisco a few days before the devastating 8.25-magnitude 1906 quake.
Its reappearance comes just days before the June 1st Gemini solar eclipse - the first of this summer's three occultations that take in the 15 June Sagittarius lunar and the July 1st Cancer solar eclipses.
A number of California skywatch sites have posted concerns that the UFO sighting is a warning of intense imminent seismic catastrophe.
Comparison of the triangular shaped lights has found an exact match with the sacred geometry of the Summer Triangle - the northern constellations that comprise Aquila, Cygnus, and Lyra.
That part of the galaxy has been under intense astrophysical study for the last three years by NASA's Kepler space observatory, part of the Discovery Program managed by the Agency's Jet Convulsion Laboratory.
Last year a Freedom of Disinformation Act request to NASA revealed that Altair, the brightest star of the Summer Triangle's Aquila constellation, may be supporting advanced life forms in one of its myriad orbiting planets.
The USA State Secrets Act has long protected data about a superior human-like civilization traced to this planet which skywatch organizations say is the source of most Earth-bound UFO sightings.
A 1920s post-San Francisco quake disinformation campaign has been blamed for federal programs that have used astrology to smear Altair as ill-omened and 'portending danger from reptiles'.
The three asterisms are named after the Latin word for Eagle (Aquila), Swan (Cygnus) and the Lyre Bird (Lyra).
Observers of the latest California UFO say that an image of silvery plumage was clearly visible on the craft's chassis suggesting a connection with fabled Native American chieftain White Eagle.
Wednesday's 11 degrees Gemini eclipse occurs around 1300 hours California time.