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Moon looks so bright tonight.
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[quote:Da fuq:MV8yMDk2MDYyXzM1Mjk3NDE3XzVFQzVGQ0E1] [quote:saturn12:MV8yMDk2MDYyXzM1Mjk3MzkxXzdBMzBDNTFE] [quote:Da fuq:MV8yMDk2MDYyXzM1Mjk3MzEyXzJCRTAxRUFG] [quote:saturn12:MV8yMDk2MDYyXzM1Mjk3MjYzXzEyNjREMkM5] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ziOtBpwiIbc Pane Andov...youtube SOCAL here..moon sooooo bright, I cannot look at it very long...almost like the sun watch this video...it explains it all! :bump: [/quote] Only problem I have with that theory is the one crop circle supposedly depicts the way Pluto will look in orbit around 2033 or something. I do believe a energy of sorts is interacting with the sun though. [/quote] That really has nothing to do with what he is talking about, watch the video:bump: [/quote] He thinks the sun is going to go into a pre mature red giant phase due to interaction from the gamma ray bursts from the center of our galaxy I already know. Then he ties into the crop circles saying by march or something expansion will be complete. I'm not saying its b.s I actually like him, he never said shit would happen on the 21 or 23rd. That was just fear mongering bs interpreted by the lesser evolved. I know we ended a cycle. [/quote]
Anyone else have a good view of it tonight?
Almost hurts your eyes if you stare at it long enough.
This is now the 5th night the moon has had some kind of odd glow to it.
First the MSM said supermoon, and last I checked its something about ice crystals now.
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