posted on May, 31 2005 @ 04:50 PM
So, I've seen the video, and this guy stands in a park in a city underneath some major military and commercial air traffic routes, and "summons"
Now, there is a short story by J. G. Ballard ("Emperor of the Sun", "Crash", etc.) contained in his book of short stories "The Terminal Beach".
(I forget the actual name of the specific story.) In that story, an explorer in the amazon rainforest comes across a white man worshipped as a god or
prophet by the natives around him because he has the power to "summon" spirits from the sky.
These explorers, not convinced, secretly search the "prophets" personal belongings and find an alamanac detailing projected satellite times for the
whole region. The "Prophet" was merely waiting for the correct times a satellite would be visible in the night sky and taking his followers out to
the area the alamanac indicated and uttering some nonsense.
Now, what exactly is stopping this "Prophet Yahweh" from getting a hold of such a book, or even simpler, a flight schedule for Las Vegas airport,
identifying a particular frequent route where the airplane flies at an altitude high enough to make it look like a sliver of light as it reflects the
sun? If the flights were frequent enough, which they easily could be, it wouldn't be too hard to make it look like you were "summoning" them on
[edit on 31-5-2005 by koji_K]