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The "moon" is a Projection in the Sky
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[quote:Sungaze_At_Dawn:MV8yMDY1MDQyXzM0ODAwNzQyXzc1ODc1MUQ1] Anyone on a clear night, with a decent telescope can see the moon, if its in the sky. And so I believe we still have a moon. But since I've seen some really odd things relating to the moon myself, play on light, almost pearl like 3d projections from the moon in both triangular and also flower of life or more precisely, almost the flower like inner workers of an atom, almost atomic symbols on the moon, projected out in a very brilliant pearl like white 3dish look. Lots of other things too. So at times, for sure, it seems as if, the moon may be a projection, they may be practicing something or trying to accomplish something, and following the trail to find what truth can be found or at least bring up various theories to analyze is a good thing. [/quote]
The Moon as we all knew it is Gone. About 3 years ago the Real moon went somewhere.
The Projection moon uses a High altitude Screen and is Projected unto from Satillies. THe Tech started Ground Based bach in the 1920's(projection lens patent work) and in the 1950's going down from orbit took care of the Light Loss problem Ground based projectors have.
The screen is the Very high (white) looking chem trail planes. That lays out the Screen at 50-55 k ft. The clounds and Plane traffic are around 30-45 depending.
Very interesting find. They live! :)
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