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Originally posted by Destinyone
S&F, and posting to bookmark...
Originally posted by Ghost375
"To lie effectively, you must sprinkle in some truth."
Bingo. I believe this is the exact element that sustains religion. I should have stipulated in the beginning that no one should take any of what is presented here as "truth", simply information. Keep what resonates but do not completely dismiss concepts that do not make sense at the moment, but rather keep them in the back of your head as they may make more sense at a later time. There has to be a level of filtration on all info we absorb. I don't believe EVERYTHING that I presented here myself, but each video does contain information that at least deserves observation. Much love!
Originally posted by XtraTL
How can you still not understand that video technology uses compression algorithms which cause artifacts *including square blocks* of data that are missing, copied, random, etc. Sometimes these coincide with people's heads and eyes in videos.
What you provide by way of "video analysis" does not even explain the algorithm used for compressing this video, much less actually do a byte by byte analysis to demonstrate that this is not an ordinary compression artifact.
It's lossy compression. No amount of metaphysics is ever going to change that.
Have you ever noticed that these artifacts *never* occur in real people and never in very high quality videos, only in low quality *compressed* videos on the web.
originally posted by: schuyler
Yes, it's lengthy, and at least it has numerous references. In terms of the amount of work involved, it is impressive compared to most posts on ATS. I would say Isaac Koi has done similar work, but it is rare on ATS. But the Urantia Book is also lengthy. The astrology books written by Dane Rudyard are lengthy. L. Ron Hubbard's writings on scientology are lengthy.
Don't confuse length with erudition.
We have multiple references to David Icke, then we have Bill Hicks and Steven Greer, plus the Camelot Project.
Those people and that project are completely discredited. There isn't an ounce of truth in what these guys have to say. Project Camelot is totally bogus, though a nice disinformation project.
And that means, so is this.