My brother's friends had invited me as my brother's guest for his birthday at Disneyland in Anaheim, California. I've been going to Disneyland almost every year for my own birthday since I was 5 (I'm now 26) and I'd never seen anything like this there or anywhere else.
A little back story: I live in a small town in Southern California and very often go to our local Mission and star gaze late at night. The sky there is very clear due to the Mission being pretty far from the city lights. I would lie on the grass and stare at the sky, every once in a while seeing shooting stars and the occasional satellite. Nothing ever out of the ordinary.
I also have extremely good eyesight. On family car trips to Northern California, we had a game to spot deer, and my dad (who used to be a hunter) would call me Eagle Eye because I could always spot them before anyone else. I still do.
Anyway, I don't remember exactly what time it was, but it was dark and we were in the middle of watching the Fantasia light show when we decided to run to the Small World ride on the other side of the park. When we got there, Fantasia had just ended and we were the only ones in line. They let us on quickly and we enjoyed the boat we had all to ourselves.
When the ride ended and our boat had just come outside into the night, we were halted due to a surge of people getting onto the ride after the show. So we just sat there in the dark, in our lone boat with no one else around.
I took a deep, impatient breath and looked up into the sky. I was surprised at how well I could see the stars. As I gazed, I saw three "stars" circling each other, as if some invisible force was juggling them. It surprised me, so I looked even closer. There were not three, but seven altogether moving in a strange juggling formation, zipping in and out of the others' flight paths.
I asked my brother and his friends if they saw what I was seeing and they said no. I watched the lights for 10 whole minutes, and as they zig-zagged among each other, they moved slowly through the sky. (By the way, I know what spotlights look like and these were definitely not. These were very much solid and very far away.) I was beyond intrigued.
My brother told me it was probably my mind playing tricks on me, so I brushed it off the rest of the night.
About a month later, I was flipping through channels on TV when I stopped on the History Channel and they were discussing UFOs. They told stories of sailors over the centuries who recorded seeing stars that were being "juggled" through the sky. I have no idea what they were, but it was a very strange thing to witness!