A blue spinning spiral suddenly appeared in the sky over Norway and Japan, baffling skywatchers and scientists.

Back in December 2009, a bizarre swirling vortex appeared in the skies of Finnmark, Norway, leaving thousands of residents baffled.

Witnesses from Trøndelag to Finnmark compared the amazing sight to anything from a Russian rocket to a meteor or a shock wave.

The strange sky phenomenon began when what appeared to be a blue light seemed to soar up from behind a mountain.

It then stopped mid-air and began to circulate.

Within a few seconds a giant spiral had covered the entire sky. Then a green-blue beam of light shot out from its centre – lasting for ten to twelve minutes before disappearing completely.

The Norwegian Meteorological Institute was flooded with telephone calls during and right after the light storm.

According to astronomers this weird spiral was not connected to aurora, or Northern Lights, so common in that area of the world.

As shown in the video below, a similar phenomenon was also captured in the sky over Japan on September 25, 1988 (see translation below the video):

Translation of the video: The first man says that he was outside and all of a sudden a circle of light appeared above him and became larger and larger.

After a while, the strange appritions started spinning clockwise before changing direction all of a sudden.

The vortex shocked the man and asked himself what the hell was that?

This is not a weather phenomenon, is it maybe a spacecraft? According to the man, the same swirling spiral of light reappeared during the next five days.

At that time, most people believed that the Soviet Union was destroying its nuclear weapons.

The narrator then explains that this tape had been kept secret for the last 20 years and that this strange phenomenon at the end of the Cold War, when the Soviet Union was about to collapse.

Thus, people first suspected the Soviet Union trying to destroy their nuclear weapons. But I doubt and prefer speaking in this case about a portal to another dimension, to an alien civilisation.

Meanwhile, the origins of these Norwegian and Japanese spirals in the sky are still unexplained, but it wouldn’t greatly surprise me if Van Gogh had witnessed such a spinning vortex before painting his masterwork ‘Starry Night‘.

Similar spirals in the sky are painted by VanGogh on his masterwork Starry Night. Public Domain via Wikipedia

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