Thanks for the video above. I saw something very similar to this twice in May 2018. On the second occasion the object was briefly accompanied by one of the those less shiny white orbs that moved away behind cloud. Glowing objects in bright sunshine making no attempt to mask their presence. As somebody suggests above though, endless videos of glowing lights in the sky leave us nowhere. In the past I have seen a geat number of the 'boomerang' ufos over London, UK: over 20 sightings between 2010 and 2012. I am always left wishing I had binoculars at such times as a preference over a video camera. I remain intrigued that I have seen them appear and fade away as if it is a matter of indifference whether they are observed or not. If you can be invisible why fade into sight? I did on one occasion get a strong mental image of two beings inside a boomerang object - human looking - laughing. Before learning about remote viewing I always dismissed that image as an overactive imagination. These are exactly the kinds of experiences that have lead me here.
If there are beings with this kind of technology (wrong word I suspect - 'uncanny otherness' is more what I feel) simply out to destroy us then an advanced bio-weapon would presumably be a way to do it and it could have been done at any time. We can speculate about any number of more complicated scenarios with different groups and different agendas. We can speculate about cross cutting agendas, devious plans, groups finding workarounds to break rules governing interference upon planetary development. As I listen more to Courtney's attempts to discover and understand the role of ET in what looks like, on the surface at least, a mess of our own making, I am left struggling to find a personal response let alone get involved in organising a planetwide response. Trying to get humans to simply work together in their immediate mutual self-interest is a soul hurting task.
I am thinking Courtney's model of a sub-space existence that we - most of us at least - are out of touch with holds the key to achieving a sense of swimming rather than drowning in the cosmos. It must be the key to us losing our sense of fighting our own corner endlessly as individuals and seeing ourselves as joined to a greater whole. I raise a question - Courtney cites our diversity as a great and unique strength but is it something that weakens our response to groups that are so homogenised? Is there an evolutionary pathway that can too easily lead to homogeneity for species survival? Is the cosmic 'Holy Grail' finding a way of having both diversity and survival? it looks like a good hypothesis to for exploring what happened to the Greys (and apparently others) and what underpins their genetics experiments with us.