posted on Sep, 6 2012 @ 03:14 AM
Been thinking about this some more. I had thought the time on this clock might refer to an event somewhere else in a different time zone, so the time
on the clock would correspond with the closing ceremony of the Olympics this coming Sunday - which would make it Western US / Central America / top of
South America. Thinking about it again now, along with the opening ceremony of the Paralympics and everyone's comments, I think maybe it does refer
to the Paralympics, in which case we might take the time on the clock to refer to London, even though it's wrong for the closing ceremony. The
message of the opening ceremony corresponded with the lettering at the top of the clock, essentially that learning brings all light (that there is, in
some people's view). Did anyone else notice what happened with the lettering that was projected on to the audience towards the end (last half-hour
of the ceremony)? Most of it was the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, in English, but then, briefly, there was some script I couldn't
decipher, which looked more like that square type of old South American / Aztec or Mayan type of writing.
This pyramid that the video analyst has looked at - the message at the base corresponds, again, with the message of the opening ceremony of the
Paralympics - essentially, "you shall be free" - with all these umbrellas, etc. You could say that what is currently going on - the games
themselves - corresponds with "you shall live". Thing is, the next message on the pyramid is chilling - "you shall die" - then there's a lot of
layers with things I haven't deciphered on top of that. This could refer to the closing ceremony, but - taking the cue from the sceptics on these
threads - it's likely to be symbolic, isn't it, like the rest? I sincerely hope that's all it is.
Just one other thing, which could be a red herring, but the international radiation monitoring picked up a leak in Switzerland yesterday, just briefly
- it was gone by the end of the day - at a ski place called Aproz, where a lot of bottled water, and water that goes into various fruit drinks, colas
etc., comes from. So happens that the monitoring station near Aproz is at a place called Sion Airport.