posted on Aug, 15 2008 @ 07:57 AM
Originally posted by Nohup
I blame the Pleaidians. If they didn't want Meier to get all kinds of crap
How is it possible for the exact same tree, filmed at basically the same angle, to have two entirely different backgrounds? Is the same tree in two
different locations? Is it some kind of walking tree?
[edit on 11-8-2008 by Nohup]
I think it's the light that's different, not the background. I believe the image purports to be a saucer-ship circumnavigating the tree. Perhaps
it's a ritual of some kind.
The Plaiedes (must check spelling some time) is a constellation, isn't it? Aren't the stars that make it up - aka the Seven Sisters, if it's what
I think it is - quite far apart from each other and in three dimensional space, so they seem only to be grouped together depending on your vantage
My main trouble is with sightings, and indeed visitations, from aliens who use our
names to describe their
homes. In every SF pic I've
ever seen, every TV show, every book, the explorer has always said, "I'm from Earth", not "I'm from the planet you call Miami Epsilon III, which
we call Earth."
However, these pictures look pretty good. Clear and sharp. Nicely posed. Why shouldn't they be true recordings of an actual cosmic event? And
what difference does it make if they are? No one of importance is giving them much credence or there'd be a seat being prepared for the Pleiadean
check that spelling) Ambassador at the UN or somewhere.