During a thunderstorm in Manila, Philippines on May 27, 2020 at 7:04pm, we captured a lightning strike that looks like a glitch in the Matrix.
Earlier that day, at 3:38am, we actually spotted an unidentified flying object, but unable to react fast enough to the split second object flying through the sky, we were unable to catch it on camera. Though that doesn’t ring true for the lightning anomaly.
The UFO looked like a ball of fire charging towards the city, but was only about 20ft in diameter, at an estimate. We have no explanation for it other than it could have been a small flaming meteorite made it through the earth’s atmosphere. It was traveling a little faster than a naturally falling object, we’d guess around a couple of hundred of mph and was moving at an approximate angle of 45° about 150 feet from the ground.
Though it is probably attributed to nothing more than natural causes, we though we’d mention it as that same night a thunderstorm passed through and we managed to catch something really cool that night.
During the storm, there was some aggressive lightning so we went out onto a balcony that gave us a view of the city to try and captured something.
There are more stills from the video below, but here is the unedited video and as you can see the lightning looks like it’s a glitch in the Matrix.