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About "Moving the Moon" Umm...

 
Cat.Man.Deux
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I don't have a video camera so I haven't been able to try this yet but it seems to me that the rest of what he is saying here could be right even without the moon being a projection, which I don't think it is.

What he says - for those too impatient to watch - is you put a camera on a tripod at about heart-height and aim it at the moon or setting sun behind a nearby fixed object, like a flagpole, and then stand directly behind the camera and start recording.

Move your body side to side, and up and down behind the camera by bending your knees and the image of the moon will move relative to the fixed object. The hypothesis is that our "personal magnetic field" is affecting the chemtrail-induced liquid-crystal behavior of the atmosphere and refracts the light accordingly.

If these liquid crystals are affected by our magnetic fields, then it would be like looking at an image in a flexible mirror, as you bend it the image moves around. This seems to be happening here, but again - gotta try it. If this works...how else can you explain it?
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12/23/2012 02:03 PM
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Re: About "Moving the Moon" Umm...
Maybe an implant in Your lens?
Check the inside facing portions of Your eyes.
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Re: About "Moving the Moon" Umm...
Maybe an implant in Your lens?
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And everybody has an implant?

Nah.
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Re: About "Moving the Moon" Umm...
Do Your eyes Know what Your mind does not?
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12/23/2012 02:21 PM

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Re: About "Moving the Moon" Umm...
I don't have a video camera so I haven't been able to try this yet but it seems to me that the rest of what he is saying here could be right even without the moon being a projection, which I don't think it is.

What he says - for those too impatient to watch - is you put a camera on a tripod at about heart-height and aim it at the moon or setting sun behind a nearby fixed object, like a flagpole, and then stand directly behind the camera and start recording.

Move your body side to side, and up and down behind the camera by bending your knees and the image of the moon will move relative to the fixed object. The hypothesis is that our "personal magnetic field" is affecting the chemtrail-induced liquid-crystal behavior of the atmosphere and refracts the light accordingly.

If these liquid crystals are affected by our magnetic fields, then it would be like looking at an image in a flexible mirror, as you bend it the image moves around. This seems to be happening here, but again - gotta try it. If this works...how else can you explain it?
 Quoting: Cat.Man.Deux


Look at OPs avatar - and you know, why this happens to him.


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If the Moon is off, if Earth wobbles or if there is a pole shift
how can things like this, predicted decades ago, happen?

aseindia
Annular Solar Eclipse - January 15, 2010 - Rameshwaram, India
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Re: About "Moving the Moon" Umm...
I don't have a video camera so I haven't been able to try this yet but it seems to me that the rest of what he is saying here could be right even without the moon being a projection, which I don't think it is.

What he says - for those too impatient to watch - is you put a camera on a tripod at about heart-height and aim it at the moon or setting sun behind a nearby fixed object, like a flagpole, and then stand directly behind the camera and start recording.

Move your body side to side, and up and down behind the camera by bending your knees and the image of the moon will move relative to the fixed object. The hypothesis is that our "personal magnetic field" is affecting the chemtrail-induced liquid-crystal behavior of the atmosphere and refracts the light accordingly.

If these liquid crystals are affected by our magnetic fields, then it would be like looking at an image in a flexible mirror, as you bend it the image moves around. This seems to be happening here, but again - gotta try it. If this works...how else can you explain it?
 Quoting: Cat.Man.Deux


Look at OPs avatar - and you know, why this happens to him.


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 Quoting: Hydra

If he was a cat, capable of writing...yep. Not funny, by the way.
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12/23/2012 02:27 PM
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Re: About "Moving the Moon" Umm...
Look at OPs avatar - and you know, why this happens to him.
 Quoting: Hydra


I am not the OP you morans - if you can't even get this right, don't bother watching the vidbaby.
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Re: About "Moving the Moon" Umm...
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12/23/2012 03:06 PM

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Re: About "Moving the Moon" Umm...
Look at OPs avatar - and you know, why this happens to him.
 Quoting: Hydra


I am not the OP you morans - if you can't even get this right, don't bother watching the vidbaby.
 Quoting: Cat.Man.Deux


OMG, forgot to set the <humor></humor> tags - necessary for some Americans.


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If the Moon is off, if Earth wobbles or if there is a pole shift
how can things like this, predicted decades ago, happen?

aseindia
Annular Solar Eclipse - January 15, 2010 - Rameshwaram, India
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Re: About "Moving the Moon" Umm...
What happens if a second person is standing ten feet away behind a second camera, and NOT moving? What does the second camera record?

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