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Shocking footage has captured what appears to be a black triangle UFO consuming a lightning storm in order to “charge its batteries”. According to a video uploaded onto YouTube, the UFO is “feeding on the energy of 200,000 ampere lightning strikes”. The caption on the bizare footage, captured in the middle of a major lightning storm, dated the incident to the 22 November.

In the video, lightning strikes the triangular object from several different angles. 

Users online speculated that the object could be the notorious TR3B military aircraft, amid a spike in sightings of the fabled black triangle technology.

The TR3B is “a terrestrial aircraft that was built on re-engineered technology from an extra-terrestrial civilization when its aircraft crash-landed into earth”.

Legend claims that the triangle aircraft are “invisible to radar” due to a field of anti-gravity around the ship. 

Several sightings of the apparent black triangle aircraft over the US has led to suggestions that it is being used for surveillance missions.

According to UFO Today, “this wasn’t the first time a UFO was caught during a lightning storm.”

They posted on their website: “Back in 2017, a UFO was caught on camera when it was hit by a gigantic lightning strike in the US.”

Skeptics argue that there is no evidence to suggest that the object is a UFO.

Instead, they posit that the object is not an alien UFO or military experiment but simply “dirt on the camera lens”.



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