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a reply to: tigertatzen
A large, diverse group of people still think Christopher Columbus was the one to prove the world was round..
Oh and that article is discussing the universe, not earth's sky, and using powerful telescopes to maybe see what they're hypothesising.
Apparently you can see it without a telescope! Well done.
Another thing i heard and have not looked into much aside from my own observations is that people see things differently and could even be very differently. I think mainly colors and depth perception though. For example, some see more blue or see more red etc. for me i have issues with depth perception whereas if i were to look at a row of stop lights say down ten blocks or so they look nearly right behind each other.
So just dont exclude a vision issue and realize that people post fake videos on the internet too and also camera are not designed to take pictures of the sun and you are not doing the chips in a camera any good by doing so.
Since you have put a good bit of thought into this, how about explaining what the end goal here is. The "why" anyone would go through the obvious costly effort of making a fake sky above you and a select few of your followers? Apparently my corner of the world is much less important than yours as my skies have looked like real skies as long as I remember.
But I have nothing to prove you wrong, so instead, maybe you can offer a realistic reason for this to be happening and it can be further investigated.
making a fake sky above you and a select few of your followers?
Yup. The search continues:
"Happy those persecuted for righteousness' sake -- because theirs is the reign of the heavens.
Happy are ye whenever they may reproach you, and may persecute, and may say any evil thing against you falsely for my sake --
rejoice ye and be glad, because your reward [is] great in the heavens, for thus did they persecute the prophets who were before you."
Although I have not seen it in months, I used to start seeing people's faces in a different light, I can't really explain it any other way than.... each of my brain hemispheres were seeing the two sides of their face differently. Normally I would think this is a migraine aura or something, but these facial curiosities ALWAYS coincide with an uplifted state. Responsibility, stress, money, distasteful behavior, egotistical behavior, etc, would dwindle this upliftment. Not to mention there was a subtle telepathy occurring. This state of mind reaffirmed that commonly seen notion that "we all are one". I could best describe it as the tip of the iceberg of heaven. To relate this back to the post, the sky seemed part of the stage; a great imaginative construct.
6) The fake sky is either a uniform color, even at the horizon, or it has lines or layers to it (or both at the same time), and at times appears "pixelated". It has a dull appearance and looks "flat", like a watercolor painting. Some days, it even looks noticeably concave, like a dome or something similar. Also, at certain points the sky appears to shift or "glitch"...sort of flickering in and out.
This part caught my attention. When I was younger, I would go up to a roof ( a very high roof) and spend hours just staring at the sky. I can't remember what my purpose was but eventually I started noticing something. There were times when the sky was just blue and crystal clear. There were other time, were I started seeing some fuzzy movement, very pixel like. I would blink my eyes and try to clear them but it would still be there. Perhaps it was just me focusing too much on a certain area. But there would be other parts of the sky that did not pixelate in that form. Then I would go back to that particular area and see the pixels again. It seemed to appear at random places in the sky.
I dont wear glasses and my eyesight is pretty excellent. It was just a weird thing to experience.
originally posted by: crabberticus
So i also did my research in chemtrails while looking into the old conspiracy labeled "project blue beam" . . What i found in my discoveries was amazing and vital to your post and argument. . .holograms require a set of lets say ingredients in order to work. One key ingredient is barium nibate . . Now why do i mention this? Well, research has actually showed one of the key compounds in chemtrails just so happens to be barium nibate . . . There are other ingredients found in holograms as well as chemtrails but i cant remember them off the top of my head. . But yea great post. Thanks for sharing ^.^reply to: tigertatzen
a reply to: tigertatzen
you accuse others of " not reading " - yet you clearly have not read yourself [ or are dishonestly misrepresenting ] the nasa article on solar pole shift
the sun is not going to flip physically - its magnetic polarity is going to revers - hint - it has already done this at least once in your lifetime
you do understand that the magnetic and physical polarities of a body are independant - dont you ??????????????
originally posted by: ipofaon OP is showing symptoms similar to that of Truman Syndrome, which may include signs of delusion, paranoid, narcissistic, avoidant, and self-imposed social isolation.
the OP might also simply know that everything is a production. a show. the viewer/participant demarcation is fuzzy.
this knowledge, expressed to those unaware of it, might be perceived as the symptoms detailed in your comment.
so we have crazy, or true(man). it's a matter of awareness and perception.
The pixelation can be seen anywhere.. Perhaps a less comforting assertion than it happening just in the sky. I have my own hypotheses about that, specifically, but they aren't too much in the theme of the thread.
Anyway, beyond all that, threads like these tend to be steeped in fear and I feel that is problematic in many ways. There are, without question, huge changes coming to this world. I'm not particularly quick to ascribe a metaphysical source solely, but regardless, we choose how all of this goes in so many ways. Fear distracts and immobilizes, yet it is the common reaction to anything of this sort. I suspect the before and during the industrial revolution, many experienced the same behaviors. I also suspect that such fear leading to inaction allowed those with clearer heads to take advantage of the changes to the fullest extent possible.
I don't live in the USA and I don't often look up at the sky, no particular reason but I don't really deliberately or specifically do that but when I do, it sometimes looks as though the sky is 2D, like a massive flat screen, which I always explained with that given 'what' a/the sky is, it's not actually made of solid objects or really a definable 'screen' for that matter, anyway. As in, if I look around in my room I see a 3D mess that I need to clean up and furniture, so angles, edges, depths and objects that I can 'compare'. In the sky, there's no such thing and clouds won't always cut it, either. I don't know what you specifically mean with pixelation, but I explained what I imagine with that with things like eye fluid, tired eyes etc. I attributed the 2D sky to an optical effect.
In your OP you said that the sky at such moments appears 3D but fake- to me, it appears 2D and fake, at the times that I do notice. I actually notice a lot of details other people miss but they're almost always on the ground. Makes some sense as I tend to go to forested areas (I like those) as opposed to vast, wide open land. I like your thread Interesting.