August 10, 2013

Stunning 'Alien Craft' Next To The Sun - Aug 9, 2013

Huge UFO like object next to the Sun captured by NASA's orbiting telescope - SOHO /Lasco C2 on August 9, 2013.

Again proof of Extraterrestrial life?

8 comments:

  1. Wow!!! That thing is as long as about 1/4 diameter of the Sun??? If this is " real" and "true" we are nothing in their reality. Notice NASA has stopped responding to demands that they explain the images from their camera? Either that or they are ready to let disclosure leak thrust a flood? There are many other objects orbiting, and going in/ out if the Sun. Check out the solar project. These guys are either fools or trying to clue us all in to the bigger picture? What is strange is that if these craft are real, and there, they defy our understanding of anything! We are stardust, we are golden.....

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  2. Oh, the spooky music make it all the more real....

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  3. Once upon a time I would have dismissed this straight away as "camera glare", comet, reflection or other. As time goes on the same shaped object keeps appearing and is becoming consistent so I'm now finding it hard to debunk. It seems it is acually a physical craft of massive proportions, bigger than the Earth, far bigger than any of us can comprehend! It's always the same shape a long body with 3 or 4 parts at the end, almost like a claw. Amazing!!

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  4. Just in passing, it is a common mistake to measure these things directly to the sun. we Cannot be sure of their position. they may not be beside the sun, but may instead be far FAR closer to US, with the sun in the back ground. This perspective would make them far smaller.
    Conversely, they maybe farther from us that the sun, making them far larger than appears.
    With out more points of reference or shadows and light to define the suns position to them, we cannot accurately gauge their distance and position, and thus, their size.

    ~ VARAKIENEN.

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  5. I know that already Var, I would say that was obvious but I would expect someone with the average telescope to pick it up and catch on camera if these things appear closer to Earth, so I'm inclined to suggest it could be closer to the Sun although a complete guess. What are your thoughts Var? Do you think this is real, if so what do you believe?

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    1. Average telescopes do not have the right filters to view the sun or near sun images.
      Most aren't powerful enough to pick up Mercury.
      Also, most telescopes run by amateurs are pointed in directions which provide easier clearer pictures. The Night sky for instance.

      If it is an object and not a technical anomaly it is utterly gigantic no matter what its position. in the order of miles across at the least.

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  6. Cheers Var, glad you understood where I was going with this. How can everyone go about their everyday lives ignoring this ha! Amazing really and very frustrating!

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    1. ...interesting geometry...don't you think?...revealing of...the object?...or the space it occupies/displaces...that's a hint about relative size... ;)

      wf144

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