37-year-old Jason Goldthorpe of St Helens, Lancs, says that he could not believe his eyes when he saw the cluster.
The delivery driver said that he caught the phenomenon on camera above his house.
"The objects were shining gold in the sky, too high to be balloons, and looking just like I would imagine UFOs to look," the Sun quoted him as saying.
"It was around teatime, the sky was clear, and they lingered in the sky for an hour or so, like they were watching us," he added.
Jason further said that though he had spotted the strange objects many times before, it was only when he saw them lately that he decided to film them.
"I've seen these objects in the sky for the past four years," said the father-of-two.
"They always appear at teatime and just on one day, either at the beginning or end of the month.
"Friends have also seen them and I thought it was time the world knew that something is out there.
"It's as though these objects are watching and studying us. It's all quite eerie really," he added.