posted on Feb, 15 2011 @ 09:17 PM
Three seperate points to make on this thread.
First, Not sure what to think about the supposed debunking videos. Quite frankly, they seem just as likely to be manipulated by a de-bunker as the
originals could be by a hoaxer. I have watched the two original videos and they look possible. Discounting the drunks' video as a hoax (the voices
and reactions simply didn't seem right to me), the thrid one (by the dater's in the car) seems to back up the first two. Naturally, with today's
photo-shopping it could all be a hoax. But my question to anyone here would be 'with today's video manipulation and CGI technology, how would anyone
ever be able to prove a real video from a hoax'? Unless, hundreds of witnesses all recorded an event at the exact same time, presumably ruling out a
hoax, there will always be a question. [And even then, something tells me that some folks here would still invent reasons why it was a hoax].
Second. The original point of this thread was an abandoned baby at the Dome of the Rock. Personally, I see several intriguing issues here. Frist, as
women are not allowed to co-mingle with men in a mosque, but instead have a separate area, I am wondering which area the baby was found in. If found
in the women's area, I would say that the baby was a routine (excuse the word) abandonement, probably by someone who had a child out of wedlock; they
do kill women for such things over there. However, if the baby was found an area off-limits to women, I would be much more curious. The sight of a man
bringing a newborn into a mosque would most certainly be unusual and bound to draw the notice of someone; thereafter, leaving that same baby behind
would be easier to solve. If left in the men's area, I find it unusual and highly intriguing. Afterall, if you must abandon a baby, there are
soooooooo many other less conspicuous places to do ti and get away with it, and not fear being caught or reprisal. So having said all this, an
abandoned baby in the Dome of the Rock is indeed noteworthy. What it means exactly only time will tell.
Third. The coincidence of these two events around the same time is very curious. If hoaxed it means the hoaxers intend to create a connection between
the two events, to some nefarious end. [Nefarious because, to make the one event happen, someone had to either kidnap a baby, or give birth to one
specifically to play into this hoax, and in any case abandone that baby as part of the plot]. Even in a land as troubled as Jerusalem, I find this
hard to believe. Which leads me to consider that these events are both real and connected. In which case, something very special has just occured and
we here have been a virtual witness to it. To what end, only time will tell, and which I will not personally speculate on.
But I will say this - that there are actually very few events of great historical significance that are recognized as such by witnesses at the time.
Only after time has been allowed to bring seeminly insignificant events into full and awesome fruition do we then say 'Man, who knew?'. It is the
unplanned, and perhaps even inconceivable events that heave the world into new eras, not the measured steps of an anticipated plan.
So fellow ATSers, think about what has just occured over and in the Dome of the Rock, along with the other events still unfolding in that region, and
just keep it in mind. And if you do, you may find yourself one day saying 'Man, Who knew?.