posted on Aug, 24 2012 @ 02:14 PM
The thing that intrigued me the most is the envelope that the lady cried, "Oh, it's a letter!"
The envelope was very white. The paper that came out of it was very white. The ink was nice and black and crisp.
The gentleman that opened the letter took a quick read and had a look of interest or concern on his face. He folded that particular letter up pretty
quickly and stuffed it back into the envelope.
I wouldn't have considered that too awfully important except the envelope and the letter paper were both very white; whiter than all the rest of the
documents - and the ink was very crisp.
Maybe that particular letter was from the king and was made of particularly good paper?
But then what was the hurry with folding that letter up? I think he might have read how there is something very important in the package or the
letter tells a certain secret that would be considered a revelation in this year.
But I have a hard time believing that a wise people from the World War I era would say that what they put into this time capsule would be beneficial
to the future people without meaning it. I am sure they were wise enough to discern that technology was already increasing at a rapid pace at the
time - and with all the strife on the horizon...
I think there is most certainly important information within those documents. I think that there is a reason why we were supposed to witness this
particular event as opposed to all the other time capsule events there are in the world.
As well, is there anyone who is well versed in interpretive dance? I am curious what message the dancer might have been sending. My wife is a dancer
and she said that the dance moves that the dancer was doing were... very different and some of them lasted for a prolonged period of time that didn't
seem to fit or even seem "talented" so to speak. But she also said that the dancer did show excellent technique in some areas, too. So, therefore,
I believe that there might be importance to the various odd portions of the dance.
And they gave such little time for the bagpiper. It was sounding so good and then it just ended. So sad.
I think that's all I have at this particular moment.
OH no, wait. There was a poster here earlier in this thread that stated that this was a nice welcome break from the other event occurring in Norway.
Are you referring to the bomber or to another event? I am curious...
Because something did occur to me: that it might be so that there was yet another special event taking place somewhere else and this particular
revealing was designed to draw the attention of the people while something else took place.
But then again I might possibly have a "beautiful mind".
Now that's all I have at this particular moment.