posted on Jun, 23 2013 @ 08:18 AM
reply to post by Signals
There's obviously a specific connection to vibration here. It's only moving during the day, when people are passing.
There needs to be filming of this during a daytime when the building or area is closed. If it still moves on camera without Human traffic passing
nearby, that could be ruled out.
Of course, it could also be vibration from movement outside on the road, with passing traffic.
It could also be related to the temperature of the room and the object, with heating/air-con inside on a timer for visitors.
If it really does stop once it has fully turned, I would suggest that the surface it's on has a very slight incline, and that one side of the statue
is heavier than the other. This would cause a gradual turning so that the heavier face of the object is facing the gravitational pull of the lower
side of the surface, and all it would take is vibrations with enough force to move it a fraction of a millimeter in succession.
I'm with Mr. Cox on this one. There's vibration somewhere - either from Human traffic or vehicles outside - possibly working with a temperature change
too, and a weight imbalance, causing it to move.
Edited to add - only after all of these things are ruled out would I actually start contemplating more surreal explanations. Jumping to "ghosts" and
"curses" without thoroughly investigating all the rational explanations is just stupid.
edit on 23-6-2013 by Rocker2013 because: (no reason