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PostPosted: Wed Dec 20, 2017 11:53 pm 
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"not the same reflection as we've seen in the past"....

Plot to "cover up" being able to see the glitches?

I could understand how that could very much be true.

I think "Crown Flashes" are by far the most bizarre.

Look them up before you can't....lol.

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Crown Flash
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CPk0mKVnnCs&t=1s


NFV - Crown Flash, Leaping Sundog Compilation
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dapweXhhfLU&t=1s





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Little bit of a ramble :

My point is that I have to think some of the "new tomorrow" will include our Governments using this 3D Holographic technology. Personally I think it WAS used on 9/11. * reminds me of "chemtrail" video's I've seen that had missing planes as if it wasn't actually real but a projected image in the sky.

TOWARD A HOLOGRAPHIC FUTURE
Holographic displays are projecting themselves into the world of business

https://compassmag.3ds.com/#/10/Research/TOWARD-A-HOLOGRAPHIC-FUTURE

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"Nobel Prize-winning physicist Dennis Gabor developed the theory of holography in 1947, and its use grew following the invention of lasers in 1960. Today, an explosive volume of rich data, coupled with advances in immersive virtuality, are on track to make holography a part of daily life."


I found this interesting as well - mentioned 600 AD - Sun losing it's light/heat.


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