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The Sun has had a powercut, I repeat the sun has had a powercut...

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posted on Jun, 29 2010 @ 11:54 AM
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The Sun in our sky is a star much the same as alot of other stars in the sky. Stars are not what you were told at school. They are actually something very different. I will simply state what I know to be the truth. You can take it or leave it. The choice is yours to make. Stars are hollow spheres. Like bubbles. Actually fragile. They sometimes burst. Disintergrating into a cloud of planets. Planets are also hollow spheres. Fragile and sometimes burst forming clouds of asteroids and lesser objects. The Sun is a hollow sphere of hydrogen gas being electrically modulated by Cosmic Ray energy which creates its illuminosity. Any fluctuation in that Cosmic Ray energy will create an alteration in the amount of light and the colour of that light emitting from the Sun. In the Bible it is stated that at the time of Jesus the sun went out in the middle of the day. This can happen. It has happened often through out human history. It is a recorded fact. My suspicion is that the Sun will not only go out for a few seconds or minutes. However, I suspect that the Sun will go out for weeks perhaps even months or a year or two ? Obviously this is the cause of the Ice Ages ? > ICE <

[edit on 29/6/2010 by CAELENIUM]




posted on Jun, 29 2010 @ 12:42 PM
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Originally posted by spikey
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So what does/did meet you on the hill mean then?

Go on, you can't leave it like that!

Are you saying he meant that he'll see you when you are dead?

The suspense...


Never heard of calvary??

Its where Christ died on the cross and I never realised what he meant until last year after I became a christian.



[edit on 29-6-2010 by XXXN3O]



posted on Jun, 29 2010 @ 12:45 PM
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I had something similar, but sort of the opposite happen a while back (thread here. But instead of a powercut it was more a power surge.



posted on Jun, 29 2010 @ 01:01 PM
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Originally posted by CAELENIUM
The Sun in our sky is a star much the same as alot of other stars in the sky. Stars are not what you were told at school. They are actually something very different. I will simply state what I know to be the truth. You can take it or leave it. The choice is yours to make. Stars are hollow spheres. Like bubbles. Actually fragile. They sometimes burst. Disintergrating into a cloud of planets. Planets are also hollow spheres. Fragile and sometimes burst forming clouds of asteroids and lesser objects. The Sun is a hollow sphere of hydrogen gas being electrically modulated by Cosmic Ray energy which creates its illuminosity. Any fluctuation in that Cosmic Ray energy will create an alteration in the amount of light and the colour of that light emitting from the Sun. In the Bible it is stated that at the time of Jesus the sun went out in the middle of the day. This can happen. It has happened often through out human history. It is a recorded fact. My suspicion is that the Sun will not only go out for a few seconds or minutes. However, I suspect that the Sun will go out for weeks perhaps even months or a year or two ? Obviously this is the cause of the Ice Ages ? > ICE <

[edit on 29/6/2010 by CAELENIUM]


I don't mean to deny your assertion, but I do deeply doubt it. Do you have any proof? Where are the reliable historical records of the sun going out throughout human history? You say it's recorded fact and all, but I've never heard of it. Save some events that MAY be considered the event in the works of Charles Fort. If you can show me a list of that much, I'll give a little thought to your other claims.



posted on Jun, 29 2010 @ 03:17 PM
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"The sky is falling"
A glitch in the matrix...a glitch in the illusion.
That happens to me all the time with everything. I see something for one sec and I see it repeat again ( not deja bu); I see the moon blink all the time; some times I think about something and it happens seconds later; heck, I see my computer, tv, sofa and dinnig talbe blink all the time, as if the signal is faulting. I just don't care anymore.



posted on Jun, 30 2010 @ 05:43 AM
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Ok thanks for everyone's input on this... just to add - Before people start making assumptions can they read the thread thoroughly as I can't see it being a mental condition as I was with someone else who saw it at the same time...

I've had a MRI scan & a CAT scan a couple of years ago due to a car crash & my brains all in working order... sort of lol

I saw it with my friend at work...

as said already on this thread... someone working in London (50-60 miles from me) saw it around the same time with someone at there work place... & someone saw it in Scotland (380-400 miles from me) around the same time.

So I'm starting to write it off as not being a plane, maybe a satellite in the sky, but if that was the case wouldn't we see this happening more often as there are plenty of satellite floating about in the upper atmosphere??

Thanks for the feedback though



posted on Jun, 30 2010 @ 07:46 AM
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So, two people in one place saw it, and two people in two other places saw it...

It could still be coincidental neurological conditions, or if we want to get paranoid (which we always do) some kind of targeted hallucination. Perhaps the four of you have a particular quality -- genetic uniqueness, exposure to unknown radiation, simply having read the same mystical book -- which allows you to see things that aren't there, or to not see things that aren't there for brief moments.

Obviously I'm still leaning towards "coincidence of unnoticed blinking" as the real origin, but who knows.

Bun, several questions

1) Have you ever experienced anything like this before?
1a) If so, when? List all occurrences of strange pseudo-hallucinations.

2) Before the earliest occurrence, or around the earliest occurrence, are you aware of having experienced anything else out of the ordinary? such as, read a book that you haven't heard of since, or been exposed to radiation for some reason or another?
2a) Would you have any reason to believe that your work-friend had experienced any of the same phenomena?

3) Was there a smell of fudge when there was no fudge around?

[edit on 30-6-2010 by Solasis]



posted on Jun, 30 2010 @ 08:55 AM
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Originally posted by Solasis
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So, two people in one place saw it, and two people in two other places saw it...

It could still be coincidental neurological conditions, or if we want to get paranoid (which we always do) some kind of targeted hallucination. Perhaps the four of you have a particular quality -- genetic uniqueness, exposure to unknown radiation, simply having read the same mystical book -- which allows you to see things that aren't there, or to not see things that aren't there for brief moments.

Obviously I'm still leaning towards "coincidence of unnoticed blinking" as the real origin, but who knows.

Bun, several questions

1) Have you ever experienced anything like this before?
No i've never experienced anything like it before, that's why I put it up here to see if anyone else had any idea's.

1a) If so, when? List all occurrences of strange pseudo-hallucinations.
lol when I was 17-18 I had taken some mind altering stuff lol lsd &weed & a poster of bone thugs n harmony on my bedroom wall started talking to me, in their voices
I know I know, it's nothing to do with this, but that freaked me out haha


2) Before the earliest occurrence, or around the earliest occurrence, are you aware of having experienced anything else out of the ordinary? such as, read a book that you haven't heard of since, or been exposed to radiation for some reason or another?
I tend to stick to fiction when reading books, so doubt it was that. I watched life after people on discovery the night before but that didn't have anything that would trip my mind to think I saw the world around me go dark quickly

2a) Would you have any reason to believe that your work-friend had experienced any of the same phenomena?
I would think the only reason me & my work-friend saw it at the same time, was either a high flying plane, or a satallite throwing off a shadow. But, it doesn't explain other people in different parts of the country experiencing the same thing at the same time.

3) Was there a smell of fudge when there was no fudge around?
fudge fudge where are you, why can I smell you but not see you? GET IN MY BELLY!

lol no there was no smell of fudge about. That's a bit of a strange question to ask, any reason in particular.


[edit on 30-6-2010 by Solasis]


Thanks for the response Solasis I've answered the questions above in italic.

I like how your thinking out of the box, but I don't think it's possible, or at the very least improbable that everyone on this thread that saw it around the same time blinked simultaneously 9 times out 10 I know when I've blinked.



posted on Jun, 30 2010 @ 09:01 AM
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Also to everyone who is defending my post against some of kevinunknown's post's - Thanks for believing that I am not making this up.

I do understand why he is trying to debunk it through, as there are some attention seekers on this forum that will say things just to get attention ie "I am Jesus resurrected" "A alien ubducted my wife, now I'm having a reptilian hybrid child" lol

There should always be people to question things in my humble opition. I was just getting wound up about the way every post seemed to be umm judging me as a liar & what not when I was just trying to get to the bottom of what was going on.



posted on Jun, 30 2010 @ 09:09 AM
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Normally, all senses work in a blinking or stroboscope like mode. There is nothing permanent in this world. This blinking has a rhythm of its own. Many things blinking after their own pace, and often they get in resonance, which may be perceived in different ways.

So, I don't find this experience strange. It could have been this kind of resonance effect, or some object flew between Sun and the eye. Or something else, however far-fetched it may look.



posted on Jun, 30 2010 @ 09:11 AM
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Hahaha, the Fudge thing was a reference to SyFy's Warehouse 13; if you haven't seen it, it's a show about pseudo-magical artifacts tied to famous people throughout history which cause craaaazy stuff to happen; the agents of the eponymous warehouse try to neutralize and recover the artifacts to store them there, where they won't hurt anyone. they have a list of questions to ask possible victims/users of the artifacts, one of which involves "a smell of fudge when there is no fudge." The questions I was asking you reminded me of that list


Anyway -- have you recently read any unussual fiction? Anything outside your purview? I'm trying to think REALLY FAR out of the box.

And don't get me wrong; I'm, in a sense, trying to "debunk" this too. I'm just not assuming that it's as simple as Monkeyavatar there.



posted on Jun, 30 2010 @ 09:25 AM
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Haha no nothing out of the usual a bit of Stephen King here, some Dean Koontz there ect.

Debunk away. I'm thinking it was probably a satellite as I'm sure they move very fast, it could cause a shadow in London 1 minute, Milton Keynes the next & parts of Scotland 5-10 minutes later.

That would probably be my guess so I'm just going to notch it up as that. It'll make me sleep easier. The sky's not falling **Looks into the sky**



posted on Jun, 30 2010 @ 01:33 PM
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belive me or not i dont care but its this simple think of the sun you see and feel as a giant sunbeam like a laser pointed at you though a wide band just because you see all of the sun it doesnt mean all of its light/heat radiates at you so all it takes essentially is fot one of the "earth sized or 10 x earth sized ufos using sun as stargate" as is on you tube look up sun ufo 2010 to exit the sun and in fact pass in front of your sunbeam for a moment causing shadow and decline in tempreture and then the porthole closing wich it came out of and the sun would then feel hotter as the sunbeam pointing at you would be bigger more intense of course it isnt possible ufos dont exist the sun isnt a stargate and not one conspiracy theory on here or anywhere is even remotely plausible or true and im just nuts
or its all true there all true and these are the ingrediants of "THE BIG PICTURE" besides none of you really want to know the truth your all to bust defending or denying singular conspiricys and incidents PEOPLE step back from the twinkie that is the WORLD you live in and that veils your inteligence and LOOK AT IT AS IT IS !!!!!! either it is all lies or it is all true is it possible that all the prohets and all the prophercys and all the cultures and earliest record history ALL speak of a similar specific time and the events there off just because there all part of some huge historic conspiracy theory or maybee they really are all trying to tell us something

my freind as the events unfold what i just told you will make so much sense to you but if you really want to get far out id like to know what you were discussing with your buddy prior to it happening because the sun will answer you yes and no by its laser like intensity upon you when you ask the "light" a question it will give you a direct answer and this youll marvel in when you know that it takes 8 minutes apparently for that ray to reach you so they say but i guess im just nuts well one day maybee this site will allow me to post some things and start threads so then i can really tell you all some crazy stuff that ties together all your conspiracys and answers pretty much or helps YOU answer all your questions



posted on Jun, 30 2010 @ 01:40 PM
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Keep to what you know to be true. There are always others who know the same truth and will join you - but this can only happen when you have the wherewithall to say it out loud!

Just because others haven't experienced it yet doesn't mean they won't. They should perhaps keep a more open mind and more closed mouth.
Just kidding, but it's usually those who protest the loudest that end up with their feet in their own mouths. It's just their fear of the unknown that makes them react that way. Too much as yet unexperienced!



posted on Jun, 30 2010 @ 02:46 PM
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Sounds interesting.
I live in Milton Keynes too but I never noticed that happening.
Normally something like that would be because a bird has flown past but obviously you would of noticed that.



posted on Jun, 30 2010 @ 03:20 PM
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Lets apply some math to this observation. A commercial airplane flies at around 550 miles per hour at cruising altitude. After some conversions we find this velocity is equal to about 800 feet per second. Across Boeing's product families aircraft length varies from 100 feet to 200 feet. Now, if one was standing under its passing shadow a dimming lasting between 0.1 to 0.3 seconds would be observed, on the order of what the witness observed. Finally, it would not be surprising that a aircraft at cruise altitude could not be readily observed unless generating a long contrail or reflecting a low angle sun.

In my opinion, based on the available evidence this explanation is as plausible as another.



posted on Jun, 30 2010 @ 03:34 PM
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Yeah, and it would be just big enough to give the illusion that it blocked out all the sunlight from the entire sky too - silently. You must be right.

Can you people not accept that sh*t is happening and it's going get weirder as it goes? Do you really not realize what's happening? Please, wake up. It will make things easier for everyone if you do. Just, please...



posted on Jun, 30 2010 @ 04:24 PM
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I've experienced situations like this in the past, where it goes from blisteringly hot and glaring to a dull light with a slight temperature drop for a few moments, only to return to normal. I've always chalked this up to clouds, even if there doesn't appear to be any in the sky above, with how quickly they can form and then dissipate it's easy to miss these things when they happen.



posted on Jun, 30 2010 @ 04:43 PM
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wait till you see time stand still and go back five minutes and your stood on a tile on a chequerd floor and its black then you feel a bump but no one around and then you look at your watch and its 5 to 12 again and then you look down and your stood on the grey tile not the black one then somone says i i dont belive it all the milk in the fridge has gone bad again and you realise that the milk your work coleagues bought on 4 diffrent days is all now cottage cheese and you say wait a minute did i loose 5 minutes or gain 2 months? then youll wish you were smoking somothing or tripping something cause when you know your stone cold sober and not crazy you sure wish you were because thats just a hundreth of a percent of some of the really unexplainable stuff you be experiancing and there isnt any one on the planet you can talk to about the whole of your experiances and there interactivity as evryone will laugh at you or commit you to a mental institution but then you say to yourself screw it ill post some of this bizzare stuff on ATS so u can find out just how special you are because i dont belive im that special



posted on Jun, 30 2010 @ 04:47 PM
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I wonder....

Could the intense pressures from a Coronal Hole cause the temporary loss of all light, if directly influencing a Person's path?...

an INTERESTING hypothesis I just cognisantly realized... I'm off to do the research!




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