Okay have watched this video now a few times and....well okay perhaps the "UFO Starships" are giant floating stained glass windows, that are
obviously being controlled by remote control by some trucker that was bored and decided to pull over and take a rest by flying these around. BUT if
you look closely you see these little flashing...do I dare say Orbs? That are obviously flying around at pretty fast speeds. In fact this video is
just strange all the way around....could you imagine if THIS was real footage, and THOSE are what will ultimately land on the White House lawn?
The footage looks interesting but my problem is once again as with many videos are the music and editing. Upload the footage and let it be judged on
its own merit. I know if I had some good footage I would upload it asap and not waste time adding music and what not. At least the Jerusalem video,
even if you were to think it's fake, there's no music in it.
2 things bother me about this video, first is the incredible amount of clarity at full zoom. I have owned several consumer grade video cameras and
none of them could come close to that clarity in full zoom,especially at night. also the phrase "speak your truth, share your truth. be creative" in
the video. it's almost like they are identifying this video as an artwork.
I saw this video on Youtube a week or so ago, and did a ATS search, and this is all I could find.
These are really interesting. No one seemed to have any answers for it.
Could it be real ET craft? I've never seen images like these before.
You have a point, also look at how steady he is apparently able to hold the camera when zoomed in fully on such a distant object.
Could he be filming minuscule shards/chips in the glass window which is right in front of him in the video at maximum zoom and opposite focus? At
approximately 4:00 it inverts (or greyscales) the colors and you can almost clearly see that the 'objects' look like they are indented or protruding
into/from a surface that appears to be right in front of the camera. This could also account for the kaleidoscope effect.
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