reply to post by smarterthanyou
Couple of thoughts on this.
The uploader, jcattera. Simple searching reveals this guy clearly has a pro niburu agenda. He's also into cameras and such (I'll get back to this).
You'll also find through search that he posts his videos EVERYWHERE, not just youtube. Also, he has a habit to remove any comments on his posts that
question his theories or authenticity. Statements in his video raise two very big red flags. He first states that he doesn't know what this is, and
has never made any claims... though the title of the video says otherwise. Second he states that he's never heard of the "Blue Star Kachina"....
sorry, but you don't obsess over niburu and 2012 and never hear about the "Blue Star Kachina".
The point I'm making here is that this guy has an agenda, and has no problem pretending as if he doesn't know anything about 2012/niburu/kachina. I
wouldn't trust this guy any more than I could throw him. He's into video, he's very very into video. Here's his equipment setup posted on his youtube
Equipment setup: 1.) Yukon Digital Night Vision Ranger (5x42) - (awesome infrared camera!) 2.) Tripod (Slik U9000) 3.) 2.0 USB Video Capture Cable
4.) Dell Studio XPS 1640 (Intel Dual Core 2.67GHz with 4GB Ram) 5.) Meade 8" LX200-ACF Telescope for obtaining ALL coordinates! 6.) Canon HD Vixia
HF20 Camcorder (another great camera!)
Why do I bring his love for cameras and video up? Well, I wouldn't be shocked if someone with this much interest in film and cameras, as well as an
interest in fear mongering the [snip] out of 2012 has ever looked into adding CG to their work, would you?
Just a simple character analysis of the source of the material. You can search "jcattera" and come to your own conclusion such as I have.
FLAW IN VIDEO
I also want to point out the reflection off the car. The reflection moves in relation to the sun, not just slightly, but clearly. I believe the
reflection is just flare, and upon reviewing his own work, jcattera noticed it, and decided to tie it to his blue dot.
No, I do not believe the blue dot to be a lens flare. You are correct that it does not behave like a flare.
What I do believe this to be is one of two possibilities.
1: Very very simple CGI. I wouldn't put it past the source to have the motivation and ability to do so.
2: This is what I think is most likely being shown. Zubenelgenubi, out of focus. So in a sense, yes, I do believe this to be a star, just not the
"Blue Star Kachina". Pull up stellarium, set your location for arizona, and move the time to 11.9.2011 at 4:45pm. It fits, and is visible. Throw on a
lens filter, and adjust the focus, and voila, you got your "Blue Star Kachina".
Speaking of lens filter. There clearly is one, look at the color of the sky and everything else in the video. I would make an educated guess and say
that the actual color of this dot is not blue. But that's just me
edit on 15-11-2011 by Lighterside because: because I can