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Stars in Wrong Places
Tellurium
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11-29-2010 11:59 PM

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Stars in Wrong Places
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Are We Looking at a Hologram or Glass Prism ?

or does the chemtrail electrified atmosphere have different programs/channels ?


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fuhA3AkybXQ

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Timetorun
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11-30-2010 12:16 AM

 



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RE: Stars in Wrong Places
Thanks. I just moved here this summer, and have no refernce for the exact positions in the night sky yet. But the moon does seem to be pointing the wrong direction as of late.

The pole shift is a gradual event according to our perception of time, so it wouldn't surprise me if it's happening right now. Lots of fun times ahead, eh?
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Walking Corn
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RE: Stars in Wrong Places
I wish he'd clarify whether his current observation is compared to his summer observation (which he kind of intimates is the difference) or rather a difference from two nights ago to last night.

As the seasons change, so does the night sky.

I always spend a minute or two each night looking out my bedroom window from my bed at night & haven't noticed such a profound shift.

Only difference I've noted over the last several weeks is Venus' shift from evening 'star' to morning 'star' (which is periodic).

Interesting, nonetheless.

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Full Circle
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RE: Stars in Wrong Places
This site will show you the star locations for your area...

http://www.inonenight.piczo.com/?cr=7
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Navion2
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RE: Stars in Wrong Places
Full Circle  Wrote: (11-30-2010 12:25 AM)
This site will show you the star locations for your area...

I'm sure it will ...and correctly too.....but what if the "channel" gets changed every so often for an hour or two ?
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RE: Stars in Wrong Places
Navion2  Wrote: (11-30-2010 12:31 AM)
Full Circle  Wrote: (11-30-2010 12:25 AM)
This site will show you the star locations for your area...

I'm sure it will ...and correctly too.....but what if the "channel" gets changed every so often for an hour or two ?


http://www.rasc.ca/im/education/starfinder.jpg
I have one from 1999
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Navion2
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Old Whatshisname
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RE: Stars in Wrong Places
If any of the stars (or the planets, for that matter) were in the wrong place every observatory throughout the world would know immediately and it would be headline news.

Not only that, but every one of the thousands and thousands of amateur stargazers with a GOTO telescope would find out in short order that something was wrong and it would be on every astronomy board in the Internet.

Not only that, but everyone who has an astronomy program on their computer would see the difference between what the program shows and what the sky shows, and -- ditto, on every astronomy website in the Internet.

And the "pole shift" (if by "pole shift", you mean a movement of the magnetic pole) has nothing whatsoever to do with the apparent motion of the stars and planets.

Trust me on this -- we're okay here.

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Urinal Cake
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Navion2
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Old Whatshisname  Wrote: (11-30-2010 01:08 AM)
If any of the stars (or the planets, for that matter) were in the wrong place every observatory throughout the world would know immediately and it would be headline news.

Temporary and very localized changes in reflection thru
a holographic lens would not be world news
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Old Whatshisname
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RE: Stars in Wrong Places
Navion2  Wrote: (11-30-2010 01:15 AM)
Temporary and very localized changes in reflection thru
a holographic lens would not be world news

True, but the existence of a sky-based holographic lens (however you'd define it) would certainly be news. Are you talking about transmission holograms (laser) or 'rainbow transmission' holograms (white light)? I am not by any means an expert on such, but I wasn't aware of either of them using a lens. Would it be like a diffraction grating? I'd think that a diffraction grating would have to be as large as the space station in order for it to 'shift' the apparent location of the star in reference to the observer on Earth. How could you hide that?

Again, I am not an expert on holography, but the idea just sounds unworkable to me.

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