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That's not a cloud angel - that's the phoenix thingy from Battle of the Planets!
And perhaps that is the problem. I expect people to apply various concepts in interdimensional physics and spirituality when they look at these photos.
That and the common understandiing of natural wind patterns vs deliberate design when it comes determining how to read any particular cloud.
i'm sorry but I can't take any of this seriously after that statement. You can't expect that of people when you post a picture of clouds that to everyone else is totally random. I will completely "eat crow" if you can explain in an intelligent way what concepts of interdimensional physics and spirituality apply to that particular photo.
I expect people to apply various concepts in interdimensional physics and spirituality when they look at these photos.
And it doesn't count to answer by telling me that I don't get it - or that anyone who isn't on your level won't understand or some narcissistic statement like that.edit on 2014-04-05T12:39:00-05:002014000439kSatAmerica/ChicagobSat, 05 Apr 2014 12:39:00 -0500 by cosmikDebris because: (no reason given)
Refresh my memory on what you needed answered
Well like I said, if you had hung around in your other thread[s] you wouldn't need me to " refresh " your memory.
In any case, in This Thread you said the following >
I wanted to have the beings in the clouds mimic shapes as a way to communicate. After the first few rounds of basic shape were successful, i decided to make it a symbol as a way to rule out it being dismissed as random coincidence.
Further into the thread you claimed to have made a shape and showed an image of the shape in the clouds from these supposed cloud beings.
Fair enough. Then you said >
If you guys need everything done for you in order to see anything then you've got no right to be so glib.
So I replied with a question seeing as you can summon them to make shapes at will.
So my question is here again, after all you did ask. I quote >
It appears we do. I for one don't have the power to interact with these cloud beings you speak of. Would you mind doing another experiment? Would you ask the cloud beings to make an exact replica of our DNA spirals please?
The question is in bold text. Thanks
edit on 6-4-2014 by Spiro because: someone pinched my dictionary
reply to post by MrMaybeNot
No I don't see anything except for examples of cumulus, nimbostratus, stratocumulus and cumulonimbus clouds. But the OP claims to see "machinery-looking complex shapes" and "beings IN the clouds".
I'm just pointing out that if these supposed ships and monsters were present long enough to photograph them once, why not continue to photograph them as they transited the sky.
It would go a long way to back-up the claims raised in these cloud threads... if the OP could provide multiple photos of the same cloud maintaining the same exact shapes.
One photo of a cloud doesn't do anything for the OP's point. However if the OP could show that these shapes stayed constant within the cloud as the cloud traversed his skyline, the OP would have some pretty good evidence worthy of discussion/examination.
edit on 6-4-2014 by OatDelphi because: removed gender specific comments
reply to post by Puppytoven
I suppose I could ask them, but I don't know if it would be an exact replica as they do start to blow away before everything is done
Do you mean like clouds do?
Transited how exactly?
What sets? In each thread you have posted 1 photo, that's it.
All the photos I have taken are as they go across the skyline. ...I thought i had done that when i had posted the first set of photos...
So let me get this straight... you did have time for more photo's, but "they" aren't big on more than 1 photo and/or your neighbors don't care for you photographing the clouds as well. OK...
Not only was the shape formed, it stood intact for a a little bit.
I don't know that's up to the general public to decide.
Besides, say I present something deemed worthy of discussion/examination. What then?