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Originally posted by Julie Washington
Just FYI, there is a thread about it already here:
Mysterious Energy Beam at Bosnia Pyramid
Originally posted by MmmPie
That original picture form the blog looks so fake. Unless someone can explain to me how they are able to pick up the beam of "light" against the sun in a photograph. I can go shine a flash light at the sun and the beam will not even be visable. Yet, these photographers managed to capture this? Unless it is some sort of energy that is unknown to man at the moment...I cannot for one second buy into this story from the given blog.
Interested on seeing what comes of this though and if any substantial photos from different angles can be produced, maybe even a video.
Originally posted by HomerinNC
reply to post by earthdude
And you can prove that how?
So says the disinfo agent...
In Jan 2011 the SB Research Group recorded the the frequency using a Compander (an instrument housing a supersonic sensor of very advanced technology containing highly miniaturized mechanical and electronic components integrated in the same silicone substratum.) The team also tested for magnetic fields above the Pyramid of the Sun, and none could be found. Mike Tate wrote in his report “This data is a critical piece of the puzzle because with no magnetic field found to be atop of the Sun Pyramid, data recorded with the Compander can not be attributed to radio waves by radio stations or repeaters placed nearby.”
Originally posted by NeoVain
I agree with others here saying this looks very fake. The article is very "bare bones" and the picture is obviously photoshopped.
However, the frequency they state "28khz" is very interesting for several reasons... This is the supposed frequency where sound can negate gravity. Ralph Ring supposedly used this frequency to levitate ping pong balls.
So if there is any truth to this story, the "beam" is most probably a sound beam, not a light beam, and that photo is definitely fake. This would make more sense.