It's one of those cryptic type videos that are all the rage these days. You know, the cryptic ones with fast-moving esoteric images that appeal to
Well, I took my time with this particular video and decided to try and catch some of the stills in action.
Sure enough, I found quite a lot of interesting stuff the casual viewer would surely miss.
First of all, the video begins by asking, "are you ready?"
Which begs the question, "for what?"
Well, the video doesn't exactly spell it out for you. It gives you hints and clues.
Here are some of (not all) the things I noticed hidden in the video:
1. Esoteric symbols, such as a Knights Templar medallion and this really interesting one, which says "Novus Ordo Seclorum", or "New World Order"
which looks like it could belong to a 33rd degree mason or member of the Illuminati:
2. An edited picture of a well-known depiction of Jesus
3. quick glimpses of binary code messages.
Yes, I translated some of them.
One of them translated simply to "watch the sky". (as in, watch the sky in Poland?)
The other didn't translate quite so well for whatever reason, but it is interesting to note that google translate determined the decoded message was
4. an image of one of the (freaky) murals at the Bank of America Corporate Office in North Carolina:
5. a couple of images referencing Rennes le Chateau, for whatever reason
6. A few pictures of UFOs in the night sky (I'm assuming over Poland)
And then, finally the video ends with
7. A blank world map, which at the end of the video changes to include a big red dot, singling out....you guessed it.....Poland.
Also, for those who did not watch the video, all that is there for audio is what sounds like a low-flying plane.
So, I took all this information and I searched for recent UFO sightings in Poland. And....I found quite a lot, actually.
This one seems to be most recent:
And here's a link to an online article on the phenomenon:
a reply to: Privy_Princess
Wellsir, they are certainly capitalizing on the success of the 11B-X type videos, showing ominous imagery with flashing clues.
One of my colleagues was a codebreaker and was obsessed with the "Cicada" code, of which there is at least one image in this video (the paper flyer
attached to a lamp post). There is also some sort of... bacteria?
If the binary makes no sense except through Google translate, then the utmost likelihood is that they had no knowledge of binary, and merely
translated it through said tool. The whole thing seems amateurish compared to 11B-X and even more so to Cicada. But it must be mentioned that 11B-X
was done in Poland, which makes this suspect.
My closest friend has quite the interesting interpretation of those Bank of America murals... they are not so pleasant.
a reply to: snaplink
Possible. Also, notice the wind blowing into different directions, one of a couple things. Could also just be the "surrealism", my house is full of
such paintings, especially from Salvatore Dali (although, of course not originals an most are printed, I have to add). That´s why it might stick out
to me. Dualism seems to be a topic in here, but you can interpret dualism into almost everything. Notice the tiles and also the staircases and all the
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those two tools, combined with youtube-dl, mpv, gimp and the fact that i'm polish, resulted in the following:
there are 5 binary messages, 4 of which are in polish.
watch the sky
Czas na zmiany
time for changes
Ale czy zdążymy?
but will we make it? (in time)
Dni człowieka są jak trawa;
kwitnie jak kwiat na polu:
ledwie muśnie go wiatr, a już go nie ma,
i miejsce, gdzie był, już go nie poznaje.
this one is from the bible:
As for man, his days are like grass;
he flourishes like a flower of the field;
for the wind passes over it, and it is gone,
and its place knows it no more. biblia.com... biblia.com...
Oni już tu są!
they're already here!
messages translated in the order of their appearance.
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