spirituality - physics - conspiracy - philosophy - wisdom - and more...
You are not logged in.
Interesting article of John Lenard Walson who has found a way to enhance his own telescope. He has found some extra machines parked in orbit around earth and is wondering what they are. He also claims to be harassed by helicopters now. Some movies are linked in the article.
I have images!
I swear we just saw this "parked" object(s) on last Saturday night! Here are pictures I took of the object ( Mars )that motivated me to get the telescopes out:
It might be comet Holmes ( actually Mars ), I'm not sure, it was near the head of Orion. What is interesting is that the only "Mars" that is blurring is the one I'm trying to shoot. Just to the left of Mars (I think) we saw a "star" blinking white, green, and red. Over and over again. It was too faint to photograph with my camera but with the telescope the eight of us could see it fine. Strange indeed. I made jedimaster get up from his video games and go out into the freezing cold to view it. It's funny to me that in my pictures only "Holmes" and the building are blurring. The other stars in the background look fine. If it was motion blur shouldn't they blur too?
What we saw blinking was a deep space object, but close enough to be unsettling. Planets might twinkle but they don't blink in multi-color.
The view of "Mars" with the telescope made me think of a cell and I could see a small moon too!.
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid … ;plindex=5
edited for clarity; bhang.
Last edited by Bhang (2007-12-18 00:13:23)
It was a digital Minolta, I was standing holding the camera for all of the shots above. I do not know what the exposure settings were but I never fiddled with the settings. The reason I posted them was the synchronicity factor, you posted the above, which I have never seen, the same night I noticed what we thought to be a "deep space object(s)", we were convinced it was not a star, nor a planet. The secondary reason I posted was because the background stars are not blurred, while posting them I noticed the triangle (which has a blue dot in the center)...
there is a lot going on in these pictures despite the blur.
Last edited by Bhang (2007-12-17 22:22:49)
btw - thanx for the stellarium link. I'd forgotten about the program and when I went to download again, I see it has gone 3-D! I remember the 2-D version. Thanx again!
Last edited by Bhang (2007-12-27 19:22:43)
Just to the left of Holmes (I think) we saw a "star" blinking white, green, and red. Over and over again.
I know you won't want to hear this, as it ruins all the conspiracy fun, but, are you sure that wasn't Sirius? Sirius is visible during the winter months, and hangs low in the sky and blinks red, green and white, sometimes looking red, blue and white, depending.
Farmer's Almanac wrote:
"Sometimes as you gaze at the night sky, you may see colors other than white. Are these stars, satellites, or just your mind playing tricks on you? If you see a red or green sparkle in the sky, it may just be a star - perhaps Sirius, Capella, or Arcturus.
These stars are among the top five brightest stars in the sky. When they appear low to the horizon and are shining through a thicker layer of haze, they can sometimes appear to splinter into different colors (called the scintillation effect). Thus these normally white stars could appear red or green......
http://www.farmersalmanac.com/astronomy … green_star
A lot of people mistakenly think Sirius is a UFO and freak out.....
Last edited by lyra (2007-12-17 23:07:40)
It is Mars that is blurring, not Holmes! Thanx Book!
But just to the left of Mars was this blinking deep space object. Check here Book:
Last edited by Bhang (2007-12-17 23:16:26)
Not to leave seekers in limbo: here are some pictures from around Saturn that leave one wondering.
http://saturn.jpl.nasa.gov/multimedia/i … 007442.jpg
http://saturn.jpl.nasa.gov/multimedia/i … 007211.jpg
http://saturn.jpl.nasa.gov/multimedia/i … 007453.jpg
from: http://saturn.jpl.nasa.gov/multimedia/i … geID=76730
Sorry, I've been swamped for a day. Bhang those are very clear pictures.
I love Stelarium. I was stargazing a few months ago and thought I was looking at Mars maybe. It turned out it was the star Antares off of the constellation Scorpius. I was surprised it was so very red.
I will definitely look for Sirius now!
Interesting. I've noticed a lot of activity at night too. Objects that blink very rapidly from blue, red, to green. A few of my friends have noticed this as well.
On another note I've noticed really strange looking clouds just staying still for hours in the sky.
Something is definitely up.
Objects that blink very rapidly from blue, red, to green.
Saturday morning just after 5 I went outside and noticed one of em. At first glance I automatically assumed it to be an airplane because it blinked exactly as violently as an airplane flying just next to it. Then I realized it wasn't actually moving so I thought wait it must just be really high in the atmosphere thus merely appearing not to move from my vantage point. But I stayed out there and it didn't ever move. It was very bright and violently flashing red, green, blue and white.
Last edited by Xenopope (2007-12-24 04:07:59)
Don't know if anyone has come across this recent fascinating article from rense.com about an amatuer astronomer, John Lenard Walson, who had worked out a way to increase the power of a his home telescope and has discovered some amazing objects floating in orbit.
It seems that the PTB are none to happy with him exposing this stuff and have been intimidating him with helicopters and government agents...black ops or alien origin who knows? What do you guys think?