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Earthfiles: Spider-Like “Drone” Photographed Over Petten, Holland

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posted on Apr, 21 2009 @ 01:12 PM
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Originally posted by nablator
Here is a composite, with the antenna on the bottom right stabilized. The object is all over the place.




The object might not have moved much, really. Some of the apparent change in position might also be accounted for by the photographer moving, and not the object. People make notoriously lousy tripods.

That being said, I personally think that the stereo pair I did above pretty well shows that the thing, whatever it may be, is not close to the camera, and possibly nearly as far away from the camera as the air raid siren tower.

It's a puzzler. I keep thinking hexagonal box kite, but it's actually too stable for that.




posted on Apr, 21 2009 @ 02:08 PM
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Originally posted by Nohup

It's a puzzler. I keep thinking hexagonal box kite, but it's actually too stable for that.


I think it actually may be a box kite. Kites can appear as they are almost stationary in the sky. At Earthfiles we can also read the following:


Original, untouched, 13 digital images taken by Ruud Schmidt around 1:30 PM and to 1:36 PM, on Saturday, September 8, 2007, at Petten, Holland, recreational camp ground:

www.earthfiles.com...

It is not unusual that people engage in kite flying at recreational camp grounds.

I also found this image at a site about box kites, and this kite, a "Waldof", looks very much like the "spider drone":


You can find more info and images of "Waldof" kites here:
www.blueskylark.org...



posted on Apr, 21 2009 @ 04:05 PM
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To be authentic, which who cares in this case of this spiky
thingamajig, there should be 12 spikes if it was in a spiking
mode.

Which would be the first time if the Brazil octopus UFO were
a real flying machine.

The 12 location drive mechanism was not determinaed by
someone's observation of a UFO flying in 30 degree angles,
although some change angled flight was was observed,
but from a high voltage switch found in a New Mexico salvage
yard. GE spark gaps were also found.

Some UFO photos revealed side lights around the craft side
and are the drive contact points for flight at 30 degree intervals.



posted on Apr, 21 2009 @ 04:55 PM
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im not sure how this happened. i made a response the size of a paragraph or so.

only the first line appeared.

so I just took it all down

[edit on 21-4-2009 by epitaph.one]



posted on Apr, 27 2009 @ 06:37 PM
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Originally posted by TeslaandLyne
To be authentic, which who cares in this case of this spiky
thingamajig, there should be 12 spikes if it was in a spiking
mode.

Which would be the first time if the Brazil octopus UFO were
a real flying machine.

The 12 location drive mechanism was not determinaed by
someone's observation of a UFO flying in 30 degree angles,
although some change angled flight was was observed,
but from a high voltage switch found in a New Mexico salvage
yard. GE spark gaps were also found.

Some UFO photos revealed side lights around the craft side
and are the drive contact points for flight at 30 degree intervals.


Um....


Dude, what are you talking about?

Twelve spikes? Spiking mode? GE spark gaps? Thirty-degree whats?

WTF!?!?!!



posted on Apr, 27 2009 @ 06:42 PM
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Originally posted by ziggystar60
I also found this image at a site about box kites, and this kite, a "Waldof", looks very much like the "spider drone":


You can find more info and images of "Waldof" kites here:
www.blueskylark.org...




I must say that box kite bears a startling resemblance to the thing in the photo. It also contradicts my earlier impression that the two thinner appendages were actually antennae, and not on the same horizontal plane as the four fatter ones. That image of the kite shows how, in fact, all six appendages, or wings, could be the same shape and size, on the same horizontal plane, but look different because they're essentially flat surfaces, with the two "thinner" ones looking that way because they're being viewed head-on.

Great find.



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