reply to post by gps777
I certainly thought the part about "The bird feet" was some indication of the means of transmission. Watching the videos on Jared's You Tube
channel made me think instantly that they were some form of code, or "keywords". When I saw this quote from him it instantly "clicked" that there
was some code, or deeper meaning embedded into this.
Another interesting note:
Lime green is often used on the electromagnetic spectrum, to indicate a frequency of Far-infrared radiation.
I have found that its usually about 1uw/cm2, it is also between red, and blue on the electromagnetic spectrum.
""Extremely low frequency (ELF) is a term used to describe electromagnetic radiation (radio waves) with frequencies from 3 to 300 Hz, and
corresponding wavelengths from 100,000 to 1000 kilometers. In atmosphere science, an alternative definition is usually given, from 3 Hz to 3
ELF waves are red on the electromagnetic scale or at the bottom of the spectrum, and blue is visible radiation. The red on the electromagnetic scale
is quite large, while the blue forms a small percentage of the spectrum in comparison. This could the be the "red, blue" part of the sentence
("one large red eye with a light blue iris"). The feet, being at the bottom would be the red part of the spectrum, and ELF can run on the same band
that "Woodpecker" used to.
Another neat note:
""Grayscale images are often the result of measuring the intensity of light at each pixel in a single band of the electromagnetic spectrum (e.g.
infrared, visible light, ultraviolet, etc.), and in such cases they are monochromatic proper when only a given frequency is captured. But also they
can be synthesized from a full color image; see the section about converting to grayscale.""
Having troubles piecing this all into a coherent message, but it seems like this might hold some value to decrypting whatever it was he was trying to
get across. One could assume that dealing with electromagnetic is definitely the right direction, since its well known to be a means of communicating
with the human brain.