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Alien solar system location via Stan Romaneks drawing

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posted on Jun, 4 2008 @ 03:33 PM
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Please take a look at the below drawing.


Original


Flipped to proper position, labled items of interest

For those that don't know, these drawings that he has made have either been recovered thru hypnosis.. or found upon waking from a solid nights sleep. They are basically a mystery and have yet to be decoded or understood.



As soon as I viewed it I instantly realized what I was looking at. Basically its the location where the Aliens are from. Notice the inset cube, that would be our location " our solar system ". I feel the outer cube is the location of they're solar system. Notice the constellation it resembles?? Orion. Now circled is the binary star that the host star is located near. Expanding out from that is a more detailed view.
Out from the circled close up of they're host star is a series of dots located vertically. That I feel is a map of they're solar system. I have a feeling they inhabit two planets.. Now go back to the inner cube.. notice those vertical dots..notice the 3rd one up, thats circled? that I believe is "Earth".

Assuming all that I said is correct, then the funnel connecting the two cubes must be the means they got here.. a fold in space.. or wormhole..

Basically if its legit along with Stans claims. Then we should have a solid map of where our visitors are from.

Does this make sense to others ?!

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posted on Jun, 4 2008 @ 04:33 PM
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I'm currently trying to find a more detailed map of the stars around the belt of orion. If anyone would like to help me.. by all means.

Thanks~



posted on Jun, 4 2008 @ 04:52 PM
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This looks very much like a hypercube. Is this trying to show they can travel through the 4th (spatial) dimension to get here?

Looks like it to me



posted on Jun, 4 2008 @ 05:04 PM
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Interesting!

I recently explored the possibility in which a certain group of beings may have evolved in 'outer space'. Compared to them we would be microscopic, or living in 'inner space' all the while experiencing a denser reality.

Which is what that picture appears to try to convey.



posted on Jun, 4 2008 @ 05:10 PM
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I felt the cubes were there to represent a plane of travel. To show a degree of space between the outer and inner that would represent the space traveled. Not that we were smaller and within something bigger.

Keep in mind... basically its a rough 3d road map on a 2d scale. Its showing a host star near one of the 3 stars that makes up orion's belt. Then it goes into a bit more detail as to the outline of their solar system.. as far as how many planets and from which they are from.

Hope my initial post was not confusing. I was a bit excited when it all clicked at once..



posted on Jun, 4 2008 @ 05:13 PM
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Also, the outline of orion.. its actually upside down. If your attempting to figure out what star exactly the diagram is referring too.

Thanks~



posted on Jun, 4 2008 @ 06:17 PM
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Yes. That's how I interpret that diagram.



posted on Jun, 4 2008 @ 07:40 PM
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I'm surprised this thread has not got more attention. Is anyone else curious about these findings?

Hoping for more discussion!



posted on Jun, 4 2008 @ 07:45 PM
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doesnt anyone but me.. see a big flag here... with just the mention of stan romaneck being involved here??????



posted on Jun, 4 2008 @ 07:50 PM
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I came across these images today while searching the net for new information in regards to this case. From what I gathered none of it has yet to be understood. Most of his other formula's and codes are far beyond me, but this one in particular stood out. Almost as if Ive either seen it before or was aware of its location without "knowing".

Only reason why I went thru the trouble to post at all and hopefully get others to see what stands out to me so strikingly.

-Triton



posted on Jun, 4 2008 @ 08:55 PM
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Just edited the original post with my version of the image fully labeled.



posted on Jun, 4 2008 @ 09:13 PM
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It is extraordinarily unlikely that the stars in Orion's belt have inhabitable planets which evolved life.

www.gb.nrao.edu...

They are very short-lived super-giant white stars 20x the mass of our Sun, and luminosities 20 to 40 THOUSAND times that of the Sun.

Their extreme brightness and whiteness means that they blaze in high frequencies---the UV radiation would be extreme.

And of course, Orion the constellation looks the way it does only from Earth.

The other stars in Orion all have widely varying distances and so in 3-d space which a hypothetical ET with warp drive navigates in, it looks nothing like the constellation as we see it on Earth.

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posted on Jun, 4 2008 @ 09:17 PM
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Brilliant analysis! It all fits. Maybe the first symbol in the upper left (your version) represents their ship and the second and third symbol illustrate how the shortest distance between 2 points is not a straight line but a curve or bend in spacetime.



posted on Jun, 4 2008 @ 09:20 PM
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I agree with you fully but I believe that this map gives us "humans" an understandable feel for where they may be using familiar signs and locations.


If you look at the chart, the inhabited star is not "Mintaka" the eastern most star in the belt, but a smaller star further east.

"Mintaka" is being used roughly as a landmark to get an understanding from our perspective where this smaller, more habitable star may be.

*Edit* I believe I found the star



HIP25905 is a 5762 Kelvin star that is about 1.2 times the size of our Sun. Its about 50% brighter than our sun. To compare, our sun is 5777 Kelvin "surface". HIP25905 has a class of G5 V, our Sun is a G2 V class star. It also happens to only be 124 light years away, roughly.

Thoughts, comments


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posted on Jun, 4 2008 @ 10:00 PM
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I can't believe this Huckster still has a following.

Maybe he'll post some orb pics soon, or start first contact training sessions (ala Greer) C5 w00t!

At least we know Romanek isn't doing this for the attention - or profits.



posted on Jun, 4 2008 @ 11:27 PM
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Hello Triton -- Here are some photos of Orion so you can get a perspective in comparison to the drawing.

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The Belt and Sword Region of Orion: The Orion Nebula is visible to the upper right; the Flame and Horsehead Nebulae to the lower left.

We are talking about a system that is 1,500 light years away and that is a long way to travel by what means?? that is truly something to ponder about--angelc01



posted on Jun, 5 2008 @ 03:36 AM
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You are referring to the Orion Nebula which is below Orion's belt. OP is referring to the top most star in the belt - actually in that general direction but not exactly mintaka.



posted on Jun, 5 2008 @ 04:15 AM
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Ten planets in our Solar System, eh ? I suppose that he could be counting Pluto and Eris. The OP seems to be suggesting that one of the dots represents our Moon, but I'm not so sure. I think that this would have been shown beside Earth, rather than as another dot in the line of planets.

Delta Orionis (Mintaka) would be a very unusual system in which to find an inhabited planet. It is 900 light years away, and the two main stars (a B2 spectral class giant, and a smaller, hotter O9 star) are 70,000 times as luminous as the Sun. That means that they are very young (since more powerful stars burn up their fuel much more quickly), so there is no chance in hell that intelligent life (or life of any kind whatsoever) could have evolved on any planets there.

However, it seems that the star in question isn't actually one of these two. It probably just appears to be close to Mintaka (as viewed from Earth). The diagram seems to suggest that the second and third planets are inhabited, and that there is also a double planet in the system.

Fascinating stuff.

EDIT: The position of what I assume is supposed to be the Orion Nebula has me puzzled. It should be below the three stars in Orion's belt, not above it. On the other hand, if the position is correct, then that would suggest that the belt star circled is actually Epsilon Orionis (Alnilam), which is an even more powerful supergiant star. The problem with this theory is that Orion's belt would then be at the wrong angle.....



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posted on Jun, 5 2008 @ 08:23 AM
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Do people actually read threads before posting.

The original image is UPSIDE DOWN.. please look at MY IMAGE to see the proper view of the constilation.

I never said the star was MINTAKA. Its a star located to the EAST of it. Again if you would read further posts down from my original.. I show you the star / location.

Ill fully update yet again, my original post. Sorry for my tone.. but its frustrating to put in so much effort / time to have people so easily over look information.


If you look at the chart, the inhabited star is not "Mintaka" the eastern most star in the belt, but a smaller star further east.

"Mintaka" is being used roughly as a landmark to get an understanding from our perspective where this smaller, more habitable star may be.

*Edit* I believe I found the star

external image

HIP25905 is a 5762 Kelvin star that is about 1.2 times the size of our Sun. Its about 50% brighter than our sun. To compare, our sun is 5777 Kelvin "surface". HIP25905 has a class of G5 V, our Sun is a G2 V class star. It also happens to only be 124 light years away, roughly.

Thoughts, comments


Im referring to that post ^^



posted on Jun, 5 2008 @ 08:33 AM
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These images defiantly seem to show a hypercube, which is very interesting. I suggest everybody look into what a hypercube is before involving themselves with this thread. As as far as travel is concerned. This basically covers it. Especially with everybody mentioning how we are moving into the 4th dimension, maybe this is it too.



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