Re: Photos of Wonderment
Ever since you posted the cloud pictures they have been in my mind as if I have seen something similar in the past. Here is a picture of one of the clouds:
I then remembered a cymatics experiment posted by montalk on which water is mixed with cornstarch and then exposed to various vibration rates. Here is the experiment:
This was posted in the “VibrationÃ¯Â¿Â½ thread shown below (for those who wish to read further):
Notice the similarities of the water ripples in the cornstarch experiment and the weird configuration on the cloud pictures posted by Lyra earlier in this thread. It seems as if the upper atmosphere (above the clouds) was exposed to a constant vibrational frequency generated either naturally (some sort of atmospheric phenomena) or artificially (HAARP, cloud busters, etc…). To me, the similarities are eerie and make me wonder if the human hand has anything to do with it. I was born and raised in the tropic and now live in a subtropical area and have never seen such an awesome & eerie display of cloud formation in the sky.
Hi Lee, that's a REALLY good idea/theory. On that cloud pictures link there's another link you can click on that explains how these clouds are formed. But after reading the whole deal I wasn't entirely convinced. I know that meteorologists think they know how clouds like this are formed, but what if that's not the entire story? What if it's not the only way? They're running on the assumption that there's only one explanation for anything, and all things have a perfectly normal explanation based on the natural workings of nature.
Cymatics certainly seems like a more viable explanation for what we're seeing in those photos. I've seen some of these mammary clouds, as they're callled, but they were not this pronounced. They had general round areas of sagging that blended well with the rest of the clouds, and looked 100% natural - exactly as you would expect based on the traditional definition for mammary clouds. But THESE clouds are something else entirely, and HAARP, or other frequency manipulation could definitely be one plausable explanation! So good catch!
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