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I would normally place this topic in Current Events, but the video is so intriguing I wanted to highlight it in General Discussion as I personally find it incredible enough to bring my friend Greg B back into the mix.
Check out this video folks. It was shot last Friday, January 28, 2011 in Jerusalem, at the Temple Mount.
A UFO appears above the Dome of the Rock, floats down to where it directly over the top of it, hovers there for a while, then in a flash of light shoots straight up into the sky.
That was the first video that surfaced. But another camera was recording as well. The scene was shot from two different cameras and the videos spliced together and synchronized to run simultaneously.
To further add credibility to the above, yet another video has surfaced in which a different group is shooting the same event phenomenon from a different position and with a much better and closer view.
And to add even more credibility to this footage, the closer video has been compared to the more distant footage and synchronized.
Adding one more to the collection here. This is the stand alone version of the video that was synced within the first video I featured.
That makes three video recordings of this event, all independent of each other.
I think this may be a well done fake. Reasons being:
1. A friend who speaks Hebrew tells me that the conversation going on in the first video doesn't seem natural and she suspects it to be a set up.
2. Shes says that this is an effect that can easily be incorporated into video through Adobe Premier or some other program.
3. In the video where the Americans are talking to each other, the UFO is hovering very close to the Dome, yet there is no reflection of the light on the dome. You would see something of the light on the dome, especially since it's covered in a shiny, reflective material.
4. The conversation in the close up video between the Americans doesn't seem natural. Also, if the UFO was hovering above the Dome of the Rock, prior to descending, then why wouldn't they have seen it before it came all the way down and stopped. It's suspicious that they don't move the video camera to capture this thing as it makes its way down. They certainly should've seen it as it was making its descent.
5. When the UFO gives that burst of light, it's not seen in the close up video. Also, the people watching it do not react to a burst of light like the guys in the first video. They only react to the UFO flying up into the sky and when it does, the camera doesn't follow it As one would normally think a videographer would do. It would be a natural reaction to follow the object once it moved and see it if an image can be captured.
7. Proportionately, the UFO in the 2 distant videos compared to the one in the close up can't be the same object. In the distant videos, the object is big enough to compare in size to the dome itself. While in the closer video, it's quite small compared to the size of the dome itself.
8. Maybe it's real, but after scrutinizing it, there's plenty of reasons to question the video.
Something else I noticed. In the close up video, when the UFO shoots up into the sky, it doesn't look to me like it's straight up along a perfectly vertical direction like the other videos. It seems to take off at a slight angle to the left. Doesn't seem to perfectly match up with the others. Another reason to doubt its authenticity.
The close up video of the UFO over Jerusalem that I posted earlier is obviously a fake, but in a discussion about this earlier today with a friend, I was told of more video that's surfaced.
If this is fake, it's a much better job than the previous one.
This is a fake.
It's not a fake video, it's a fake phenomenon. I'll explain to you why I think so.
Here's the video I posted just above, embedding it once again for your immediate reference.
The light is there. You can see it reflected in the dome of the Dome of the Rock, which is covered by reflective material to begin with.
Just after the object gives out two bursts of light, it shoots up into the sky.
If you look at the video slowed down, at exactly 2:03 of the video, you'll see what I'm referring to. It's a little tricky to go frame by frame with this, but try it and you'll see something odd.
The light is shooting upwards, while the object is still hovering, its mass slightly diminished.
At exactly 2:12 of the video, when they play it again zoomed in and in slow motion, the object turns into a vertical stream of light that isn't as wide as the object was a millisecond before. It actually loses width and its mass changes vertically, just as we would see in squash and stretch when animating.
Then it disappears so quickly it's impossible to see.
When the camera follows it towards the direction it flew up to into the sky, you can see red lights flashing on and off from different parts of the same general area, way way in the distance.
I'll tell you what I think this is.
It was a holographic projection from satellites. Those red flashes look very much like laser lights. The object can't possibly change mass like that unless aliens can distort their spacecrafts like an animator distorts a bouncing ball.
This was a projection, either from satellites or from a ground based source of some kind.
That's what I suspect. The shot up and away into the night sky gave it away.
Folks, kindly take a look at this video. It was uploaded on YouTube in April, 2009 and described a plan to project a hologram over the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem that would look like the ancient temple.
Go to 2:19 of the video. Then take note at 2:45 and you'll be astonished at what you see and hear.
Technology IS in the wrong hands and we ARE screwed. From what I can tell it's been this way for a long time and only getting worse. The "general public" has been trained to be mindless sheep and will bow down to who controls the technology. A dazzling show can put people to sleep, or into a deeper sleep than they already are.
Just have to be very careful when you try to decide what something is. If you don't know, you should continue not knowing because the question is always open for debate.
This is the kind of thing that lends credibility to the conspiracy theorists out there.
The first image you see here is from a site that describes a supposedly very top secret program called Project Blue Beam which involves creating holograhic images to fool people into thinking that they're witnessing some sort of supernatural phenomenon. It's holographic projection on a massive scale coordinated through satellites.
One of the things this involves, according to info about Project Blue Beam, is projecting images over the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem.
Look at this. It's an illustration that's been on the Web for a long time concerning Project Blue Beam and its intended purpose.
Now look at this, a still from the video of the UFO over the Dome of the Rock from last January 28, 2011
This video shows the object hovering over the Dome of the Rock up close and in slow motion. It's the best view yet. Notice how it changes form as it shoots up into the sky, from something that appears to have mass to a stream of light.
Also, look at the reflection of the light on the dome itself and how it corresponds to the object as it shoots off.
The event appears to be authentic, but beyond that I'm not so sure. It looks to me like a projected image of some kind.
I covered the UFO over the Dome of the Rock on my ufomafia.com website.
It's a good fake. The growing group of fake UFO videos keeps in step with the professional analysis done on them. When specialists find the flaws, the fakers use that knowledge to come up with new ways to perpetrate frauds.
In this case it was the use of more than one video to try to support each other as researchers will point out that the more video from different angles help support a sighting claim.
The major outpoint for me is that the Dome is one of the most sacred places on Earth. You can't fly a kite near it without half a billion people knowing about it. To have a big ass light hover over it at night would have alerted a million people right off the bat and that didn't happen.
I put this account in the fake bin for now.
The UFO research community doesn't have the optical experts that we can find in the film industry and AN has had members who can spot fakes on the spot. That's a big contribution as I forward that info to the UFO experts.
On another note, in about a week I'm going to publish a report regarding some classic UFO footage and photos that are sure going to shock lots of people. It's using some new software I bought. It's really going to be mindblowing and lots of fun and pretty scary too. In addition, I not only passed some UFO footage through the software but also some of the Bigfoot footage and pics as well and believe you me, people are going to shriek. It's a good tool for spotting fakes, but I can tell you right now, a first right here on AN that some of the UFO pics, vids I've passed through this software are of REAL objects, didn't say extraterrestrial, but REAL large objects and it's quite startling.
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