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posted on Mar, 15 2007 @ 07:54 AM
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Rikriley, it would help all us mere mortals if you could please download a free paint program, circle these creatures, then upload your pictures to www.tinypic.com and post the link here.




posted on Mar, 15 2007 @ 09:28 AM
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From Copernicus 4. gif

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Zoom/Outlined/Brightened for viewing


Unless this is a watermark, I'd be interested in knowing if anyone recognizes anything in this anomalie.



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posted on Mar, 15 2007 @ 09:47 AM
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Also from Copernicus 4. gif


diagonal lines in this anomalie, can't be scan lines, unless the camera took diagonal scans as well as strip scans.



posted on Mar, 15 2007 @ 11:39 AM
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Originally posted by undo
From Copernicus 4. gif

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Zoom/Outlined/Brightened for viewing


Unless this is a watermark, I'd be interested in knowing if anyone recognizes anything in this anomalie.



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I see it. Good find. A very menacing face... of what kind I cannot tell...

If it is not a watermark, this is what I am quite curious about... is it a holographic projection like rikriley picks up... or just a concoction by our minds?

Interesting find none the less.



posted on Mar, 15 2007 @ 11:50 AM
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Originally posted by DrZERO
Anyone else see some similarities here? The timeline is a little off, maybe the craft in the Lubbock Lights photo was a prototype for our peekaboos, or an earlier model.



It looks like the Lubbock Lights are a large formation of many craft, but that incidence is one of the more convincing pieces of footage to be sure...

I can see the similarity in the "peekaboo" you compared it too, but I feel the "peekaboos" are single ships with spheres connected to a larger "c' shaped hull. I am sure there are many styles out there.

For some reason the ones assosiated with the Lunar pictures seem to be of that one type. But then I haven't had time to look through old Earth UFO images to find any yet. Awhile back someone posted a link to a video that showed one [Zarni or SteveR?]

In that clip it appeared that the spheres came towards the craft and attached themselves to the cluster. I am sure I saved it. I will find it and do a series of captures

I will add this one to Pegasus UFO Files


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posted on Mar, 15 2007 @ 11:55 AM
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On a previous page there was a link about IO:

[link]http://landoflegends.us/43ancients/02files/IO_Images_01.html[/link]


... NASA plans to crash the spacecraft into Jupiter during 2003


I wanted to point out a project about the intentional crashing of satellites powered by radioactive material into unstable bodies. Have a look into the Lucifer Project. Now with the upcoming crash into Saturn... more radioactive material, smaller surface area than Jupiter, the possibility of the bad thing happening, is more likely. I refrain from mentioning the bad thing in hopes of getting your curiosity aroused and looking into it yourself



posted on Mar, 15 2007 @ 02:18 PM
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Originally posted by zorgon

Originally posted by DrZERO
Anyone else see some similarities here? The timeline is a little off, maybe the craft in the Lubbock Lights photo was a prototype for our peekaboos, or an earlier model.



It looks like the Lubbock Lights are a large formation of many craft, but that incidence is one of the more convincing pieces of footage to be sure...

I can see the similarity in the "peekaboo" you compared it too, but I feel the "peekaboos" are single ships with spheres connected to a larger "c' shaped hull. I am sure there are many styles out there.



Yes, I can see what you mean. Also I didn't really even take scale into account when comparing the two pictures.


Originally posted by zorgon

Originally posted by aZiXx so much of the Nazi projects were simply.. TRANSFERED from Germany, to the USA.


Hmmm you might be on to something there...
The Nazi Scientists of America

The front page of The New York Times on November 17, 1945, bore a curiously vague .line: “88 German Scientists Reach Here, Reputedly With Top War Secrets.”





CREEPY STUFF, back on page 79 of this thread this movie was linked to:


Originally posted by Melbourne_Militia

Undo, check out the following link for the movie "Arsenal of Hypocricy" which details the history of NASA, the nazi conncection and their future agenda.

www.jonhs.net...


I don't know the credentials of the speaker, but the information presented is thought provoking to say the least.



posted on Mar, 15 2007 @ 05:35 PM
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on a side note, Dr. Heiser and Beth Vegh are going to discuss The Reptilians and the Biblical Seraph, tomorrow night on Ancient Future Radio. (John feel free to co-host the show if you have any particular questions or comments you'd like to present to Dr. Heiser or if you're just bored
, i know everyone here likes to hear you speak and the subject matter you bring up).

Ancient Future Radio
thestargates.com...



posted on Mar, 15 2007 @ 06:37 PM
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AS8-12-2209 East of Komonosov. Machine/Construct with supports or legs and long tube like device sticking out to right.






posted on Mar, 15 2007 @ 07:02 PM
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Absolutely astounding Undo, fabulous work. The statues are beyond my wildest dreams and this photo is truely spaceage stuff. This at first is like looking thru a haze then a maze and then low and behold in their splendent beauty statues on the Earth's Moon. The structures are magnificent and this is no easy task to see these anomolies. It will take a while to see these things. Rik Riley



posted on Mar, 15 2007 @ 07:31 PM
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Originally posted by aZiXx
I refrain from mentioning the bad thing in hopes of getting your curiosity aroused and looking into it yourself


I protest. I have enough work to look up myself



:shk:




I wanted to point out a project about the intentional crashing of satellites powered by radioactive material into unstable bodies.


Oh yes Its become the new sport of those brilliant people at NASA... apparently they jump up and down with glee hugging each other went they hit something...

Never mind they don't really know what they are doing...

Take Deep Impact for example...


"We hit it just exactly where we wanted to," said an ecstatic Dr Don Yeomans, a Nasa mission scientist...

"The impact was bigger than I expected, and bigger than most of us expected. We've got all the data we could possibly ask for." ...

Agency staff working on the $333 Million mission cheered, clapped and hugged when the first pictures of the impact came through to the control room at Nasa's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in California...

Two stages: Preliminary data indicated two successive flashes.

"What you see is something really surprising. First, there is a small flash, then there's a delay, then there's a big flash and the whole thing breaks loose. We may have been able to detect some structural response to the impact," mission co-investigator Pete Shultz said....

SOURCE BBC News


Okay so tax payers got bilked 333 million to blow a hole in a comet... One thing I see a lot in NASA reports is the results are unexpected. That's scary to me, kinda like shooting in the dark. Rather than create a plume of debris, they created a massive explosion. And what was the second explosion caused by?

Here is a picture of the big bang...




Comet Tempel 1 looks like a lumpy potato covered with craters, the first close-up images from NASA's Deep Impact mission suggest.

The space agency successfully smashed into the comet early Monday in the hopes of examining its frozen core for ice and rock left over from the early solar system.

When the washing machine-sized probe, or "impactor," had its rendezvous with the comet, the collision set off a brighter than expected burst of light in the sky about 130 million kilometres from Earth.

SOURCE CBC News


The Comet looks more like a crater covered Asteroid than a "dirty" snowball

From the Electric Universe... Matyas will like this one



News Item
13 July 2005
Comet Tempel 1's Electrifying Impact

Excerpt:
...Meanwhile, how did the Electric Universe model of comets fare? The two major predictions that the outburst upon impact would be more energetic than expected and the comet is rocky, with little water in its interior, have been supported.

Excerpt:
In stark contrast to NASA scientists, who seem to be perpetually surprised, the adherents of an electrical model of comets have seen many of the quite specific predictions satisfied. How many surprises and disconfirmations of cherished beliefs about comets will it require before a fundamental rethink occurs, instead of mere revision of old ideas? Science works best when there is a plurality of ideas. The present establishment monoculture of ideas is crippling scientific progress.

SOURCE: THE ELECTRIC UNIVERSE

Satellite Comet Crash and the True Nature of the Solar System


Excerpt:
NASA got the brilliant idea of sending a spacecraft to an incoming comet, crashing a probe the size of a truck into the comet and then photographing the result. The result expected was, the probe would produce a crater on the comet. The depth of the crater would help determine what the comet's composition was.

The JPL course correction team was right on target and on July 3, 2005, the Deep Impact probe did indeed impact with comet Tempel 1. How deep the impact was, however, will never be known because instead of a cloud of five billion old debris shooting up and forming a cometary tail, the impact produced one heck of an explosion, one anyone can see by viewing NASA's film, Tempel Fades Into Night, at www.nasa.gov...

The standard comment by empirical science, after showing pictures of the course correction team jumping up and down in glee in the control room worldwide, was, well, it's going to take awhile to digest the results. What this means is, it's going to take awhile to come up with some sort of ridiculous explanation why a giant snowball acted like an atomic bomb when it was hit by a probe ( it didn't take long, after all, they stuck to the script - see the end of the column).

SOURCE


This fellow doesn't have a very high opinion of NASA...


Excerpt:
NOTE: It didn't take long for the empirical wizards to spin their cotton candy. What we clearly see as an explosion (as long as NASA allows it to remain on their site) is a giant plume of gas and dust far richer than expected in carbon compounds. Now how is that for redirecting the argument. These carbon compounds reinforce the view that comets contributed to the raw materials of the accidental life on Earth. Not only is empirical science redirecting the argument, it is doing anything it can to hide its ignorance about the real source of life.

Then the spin goes, the impact threw about 5,500 tons of water into space. Let me ask, did they bottle it? Of course not, they couldn't even measure something like this. It's a trash statement. These nitwits go on to say the density of the comet is very low and the porosity is very high, the texture crumbly, the impactor plowed to a depth of tens of meters (but could not be more specific because of the plume of powder ice and dust (does that look like a plume of ice and dust to you?) and the plume was so thick the crater could not be viewed.

Now listen to this bit of garbage. They think that 75 to 80 percent of the comet is empty space.

But I got to hand it to them for brutal honesty. The press release admitted that the presence of craters on the surface of Tempel 1, craters that looked just like the craters on the moon, were puzzling. Don't worry folks, we'll soon learn those craters are ice boils that mimic craters.

Empirical science is really a gag, and if it didn't involve the nature of the technology that might ensure the survival of the species, it would be something to laugh endlessly about.

SOURCE



Hubble telescope captures image from Earth. Look at the length of time the "flash" stays bright. As The Real Skeptic says... does this really look like a "plume" of dust reflecting sunlight?




Bigger image and description from

Astronomy Picture of the Day

The area encompassing the comet became over two times brighter in the hours after the impact.


As always the collection and review pages are at Pegasus. Page 2 has a whole list of other satellite impacts. I am sure I am missing some though..

PAGE ONE

PAGE TWO


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posted on Mar, 15 2007 @ 07:44 PM
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John is it possible that this hose or tube that is coming off the body of this mamoth machine is using neumatics to suction up raw moon ore material? The end of the tube looks larger than the rest of the tube. The 3 legs that are showing looks as though there suspended in midair and not touching the surface although this could be an optical illusion from this viewing point. This is a fantastic real deal find. Rik Riley


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posted on Mar, 15 2007 @ 10:36 PM
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Farside of moon, east of visible eastern limb towards north pole.





posted on Mar, 15 2007 @ 11:29 PM
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Zond photo of farside.




posted on Mar, 16 2007 @ 01:16 AM
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Originally posted by johnlear
AS8-12-2209 East of Komonosov. Machine/Construct with supports or legs and long tube like device sticking out to right.


Wow what a coincidence.. I just loaded Menzel onto the computer just now from the disk you gave me and spotted that thing... that's freaky


You have a lot of circles on that one Its gonna take some work



posted on Mar, 16 2007 @ 02:04 AM
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Originally posted by johnlear
AS8-12-2209 East of Komonosov. Machine/Construct with supports or legs and long tube like device sticking out to right.




John,

I can't find a non-jpg-poor-resolution photo of 2209 anywhere. Your crop here is definitely higher res than I can find on the interweb anywhere.

[green with jealousy]

- Zarni



posted on Mar, 16 2007 @ 03:50 AM
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It almost reminds me of the Egyptian heiroglyph for one of their gods. I think it's either Ra or Osirus. Banking more towards Ra. Anyway, it's intriguing to me that it resembles it so closely. I wonder if that was intentional??

TheBorg



posted on Mar, 16 2007 @ 10:28 AM
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Originally posted by Zarniwoop
John,

I can't find a non-jpg-poor-resolution photo of 2209 anywhere. Your crop here is definitely higher res than I can find on the interweb anywhere.
[green with jealousy]- Zarni


As I have stated many times, the best photos come from books published prior to about 1971. There were a number of photos that were in circulation which had not been properly airbrushed or cleared through NASA's sytem. In those days is was relatively easy to get your hands on interesting photos. About 1971 everything changed and all photos had to be cleared through a central system.

This picture of AS8-12-2209 came from, get ready for this: a book called "Astronomy" written by none other than Donald H. Menzel, one of the original MJ-12 members, and published by Random House. The photo is on page 112. On page 118 is the classic LO-II-162H and my 'parking garage' is clear as a bell. There are many fine pictures in this book for those who want to take the time to uncover the secrets of the moon.

As I mentioned before, in the middle 90's I went to Powell's bookstore in Portland Oregon and purchased every single book published by NASA or that contained pictures of the moon. It is getting more difficult to find these old books but it is still possible.



posted on Mar, 16 2007 @ 11:28 AM
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Originally posted by johnlear
AS8-12-2209 East of Komonosov. Machine/Construct with supports or legs and long tube like device sticking out to right.



Yowsers, that's amazing. Clear as a bell, too.



posted on Mar, 16 2007 @ 11:47 AM
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A small photographic study on John's newest anomalie:

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