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Rare mirage appears off east China shore

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posted on May, 11 2006 @ 04:59 AM
After reading about the use of holograms in Psyops, what are the possibilities of this being some kind of test? Heres an extract from a document i found on Psyops holograms:

"Holographic projection. The article describes a quasi-information warfare/psychological operations program that was first discussed in the Air Force after Desert Storm. Holographic projection involves projection of a three-dimensional holographic image in project decoys, or even an "angry god" (religious imagery) above the battlefield.

The Pentagon had listed the holographic projections openly as part of its "non-lethal" weapons program. But since 1994, the program has disappeared from view, evidently now a "black" effort, says DEFENSE WEEK.

In conclusion, the DEFENSE WEEK article states that the Army's JFK Special Warfare Center and School in late 1991 disclosed that it was looking to develop a PSYOPS Hologram System with a capability "to project persuasive messages and three-dimensional pictures of cloud, smoke, rain droplets, buildings......(even religious "images" or "figures")........The use of holograms as a persuasive message will have worldwide application". (end quoting). (This looks like it will be a concentrated unit of soldiers armed with the very latest high-tech weapons systems)".

Now i'm not sure to what extent they can produce these images. Are we talking about something tiny or could a city be projected like in this supposed mirage?
I'd have thought that if the military were able to projest an image of a religous God, the image would have to be pretty spectalular for it to be shown over a battlefield and have a major effect on the enemy?

Could this be a hologram maybe, or can't they be made that big yet?


posted on May, 11 2006 @ 11:10 AM

Originally posted by GoldenBuddha
My theory on what may be the mechanics behind the forming of this mirage. is infact a more sinister view than others may have, could it possibly have been part of a holographic imagery experiment the govt. was dealing with purposely in that particular area, fine tuning their skills over the previous years? it seems strange to me that this place has seen mirages in the past, but obviously none of this magnitude and clarity. which to me raises another concern dealing with the certain topic areas that where bandied around years ago to do with holographics and christian orientated govts. toying with the idea of projecting Jesus in the skies to falsify beliefs in something that is completely generated by means that arn't divine.

Yes! This thought was buried in my subconcious throughout this thread, and was probably why I railed against and wrote in my previous posts what I did. I read about this subject before.
People can't just automatically assume things are spiritual, or from god, or they make themselves liable to a collossal hoax.
Imagine if all of a sudden a bearded fellow wearing sandals with finger in 'angry point mode' appeared in the clouds. Now imagine all the religious folks doing backflips of joy saying, our god and lord have returned!!! Halellooooyaaaa!!!
Broadcast a heavenly voice and thosae people are OWNED, and will do ANYTHING you want them to do!
For god hath spoken!

A 'what if' scenario that could happen.

Don't be fooled, I'll certainly try not to be.

posted on May, 11 2006 @ 11:23 AM
I also wish people would actually read he articles accompanying the pictures without jumping to conclusions..It clearly states...

They explained that a mirage is formed when moisture in the air becomes warmer than the temperature of sea water, which refracts rays of sunlight to create reflections of the landscape in the sky.

posted on Feb, 20 2008 @ 11:56 AM
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Here is a photo of the city of Penglai lined up with the mirage which I did in photoshop.

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