Originally posted by AriesJedi
The top photo is a stargate.
The Mayans have pictures of stargates that look similar to this stargate.
In fact a part of CERN looks similar to a stargate too!!!!
I feel a conspiracy coming on.
I will not be changed from that view because the last time I saw this blue millstone artifact, it had a long spaceship in one of the lines, and where
I saw it, was on a Youtube video of someone looking at this very object.
It was in the vicinity of Sirius where the Reptilian armada will be coming from, on 31 March 2013.
Apparently Earth aligned on midnight of 31.12.12 with Sirius, just as it does every 13 years. Last time they tried to invade but it wasn't the right
time and were beaten back. Now the Hand of God has been withdrawn and they will be let in. But only for a short time and then they will be defeated by
the Army of God and their Leader; Jesus.
Is your blue object in the vicinity of Sirius?? To the north of Canis Major???
Debunk all you like, we will see if it is a stargate in only a few months, but by then it will be too late. If you are on the fence make your mind up
soon, as time is short. A remnant will go, and two Earths will arrive; one for further learning and one for those already lost.
Sigh. Here we go again, dates and 'alignments', etc, etc,.
The OP's first photo, he gave the coordinates in his very first line:
14h 30m 18.67s, +20deg 10' 54.1
is located at 06h 45m 08.9173s, −16° 42′ 58.017″
So no, it's not located anywhere near Sirius.
The artifact in the OP's first image is a reflection of the internal workings of a telescope. The primary mirror, and support structure for the other
optics. If you look inside a telescope, you'll find all sorts of interesting things. Here's a view down my 5 inch reflector telescope:
The lines are caused by other objects, very close to us: planes and satellites.
When taking a picture of the stars, whether through a telescope or with just your camera, you will have to expose the frame for several seconds at
least because the star light is that faint. The only object in our night sky that you can take a picture of in times of less than 1 second is the
moon, because of how bright it is.
Because the frame has to be exposed for longer periods, you will get lines or streaks of light from fast moving objects such as a plane, satellite, or
if you're really lucky, a meteorite.
It suddenly starts and stops because that is when the shutter was opened, and when it was closed.
You can see this effect with pictures or even video taken of cars on a road at night:
As for Sirius "aligning" with the Earth at midnight on 31 March, 2013:
Earth is aligned with it right now. In fact, it's aligned with Sirius 24/7. We are also aligned with the moon, the sun, Mars, Jupiter, Alpha
Centauri.........take your pick of ANYTHING in the sky and we are aligned to it.
Because you can draw a straight line between any TWO points at ANY time!
Now, if you include a 3rd object, then yes, there are only special times (if any) that those THREE objects align into a straight line.
So no. No "alignment" of any special kind I'm afraid any time soon. But we are aligned to it in a straight line all day, every day, every year.
ALL images that are seen at places like Google Sky, Skyview, etc, etc, are from a data base of images that were taken and stitched together. NONE of
them are "real time" imagies.
As for a "Reptilian armada" coming at us from the region of Sirius........hey knock yourself out if you want. Imagination is a good thing to have.