posted on Feb, 10 2005 @ 06:48 PM
Excellent post, thank you very much for providing a link to their explanation. I had heard that that was their theory, but I had yet to read an
official explanation. I'm not sure if it's true or not, but the repetition would seem to indicate that.
I hadn't considered how long their exposures might be, to allow for the streak..
I used to take similar photos from my car at night, while driving past Indiana refineries. I would get these awesome halos and pillars of light on a
Want to take pictures of yourself as a wizard? Take a hanging lightbulb that has a long cord, run it through your sleeve and hold the base of the
bulb. Set up the camera for time exposure and experiment with waving the light in geometric shapes at different speeds for different exposures. Or,
just hold the bulb in your hand in a dark room, and if you do a 2-4 second exposure while vibrating your hand holding the lightbulb, it will appear
there is an orb of energy floating above your hand.
I've tried this, and have a collection entitled "My Girlfriend, Sorceress." The photos are up in my house, and I still get a kick out of them on a
weekly basis, if not daily.
Back to the topic: Still no official explanation for the cone shaped beam or the ejection, but we're getting there! Thanks again Nibiru, for that