Author Topic: Project Bluebeam to Create Fake Appearances of Religious Figures Worldwide  (Read 5407 times)

Offline Inanimate Carbon Rod

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This has to be the maddest CT I've ever come across, which draws together just about every piece of woo you can think of. I know that generally the CTs believe the "ideas" they peddle, but I really can't believe this is taken seriously - you'd have to have no grasp of sanity or reality to believe it.

http://theintelhub.com/2012/04/19/project-bluebeam-to-be-used-to-create-fake-appearances-of-religious-figures-worldwide/

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The Blue beam technology will allegedly display in the sky laser projections of multiple holographic images to be visible by every part of the planet.

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The report of the “holla-graphic” appearance of Tupac Shakur at Coachella, or reports of a holographic appearance of Prince Charles at a World environmental summit in Abu Dhabi show that the technology has advanced and projection systems could very well create mile long Triangular spacecraft over Phoenix.

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The Military has now developed Long Range Acoustics or LRAD systems that they can use to emit sound that completely misses the ears and goes directly into your head.

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Yitzhaq Hayutman a 61 year old cybernetics specialist was featured in WIRED Magazine. His claim to fame is utilizing holographic imagery that in his opinion will summon the Messiah to arrive at the Dome of the Rock.

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The United States military has a patent Numbered ADA33849 listed as a 3D holographic display that is used with Strontium Barium Niobate. A compound that Is aerosolized.

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The remarkable synchronicity of all this is the possibility that CERN can open up a wormhole or dimension where it could appear that a gateway has appeared in the sky.
« Last Edit: July 29, 2012, 09:08:43 AM by Inanimate Carbon Rod »
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Offline Donnie B.

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That whole page represents nothing more than the tragic failure of the American educational system.

Offline Echnaton

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That is yet another piece that has all the appearances of a prank, but because it is posted on that crank web site makes it likely to be sincerely written.  The article really is funny, but in a pathetic sort of way because of the waste of a mind that would be needed to believe all the crap on the site.
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Offline Halcyon Dayz, FCD

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That is yet another piece that has all the appearances of a prank, but because it is posted on that crank web site makes it likely to be sincerely written.
It's already an oldy.
This particular Conspiracy Fantasy is a product of the mind of the Québécois investigative journalist Serge Monast who published it in 1994.
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Offline gillianren

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Well, I suppose that the same technology to produce holo-Tupac could produce a mile-long triangular craft over Phoenix, if we ignore all the reasons that's totally insane.
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Offline Peter B

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This has to be the maddest CT I've ever come across, which draws together just about every piece of woo you can think of. I know that generally the CTs believe the "ideas" they peddle, but I really can't believe this is taken seriously - you'd have to have no grasp of sanity or reality to believe it.

http://theintelhub.com/2012/04/19/project-bluebeam-to-be-used-to-create-fake-appearances-of-religious-figures-worldwide/

Highlights from this astonishing article include:

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The Blue beam technology will allegedly display in the sky laser projections of multiple holographic images to be visible by every part of the planet.

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The report of the “holla-graphic” appearance of Tupac Shakur at Coachella, or reports of a holographic appearance of Prince Charles at a World environmental summit in Abu Dhabi show that the technology has advanced and projection systems could very well create mile long Triangular spacecraft over Phoenix.

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The Military has now developed Long Range Acoustics or LRAD systems that they can use to emit sound that completely misses the ears and goes directly into your head.

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Yitzhaq Hayutman a 61 year old cybernetics specialist was featured in WIRED Magazine. His claim to fame is utilizing holographic imagery that in his opinion will summon the Messiah to arrive at the Dome of the Rock.

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The United States military has a patent Numbered ADA33849 listed as a 3D holographic display that is used with Strontium Barium Niobate. A compound that Is aerosolized.

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The remarkable synchronicity of all this is the possibility that CERN can open up a wormhole or dimension where it could appear that a gateway has appeared in the sky.

How interesting. A few months ago while browsing in a book shop I saw a novel which seemed to incorporate concepts similar to this. It was marketed in that sub-genre of religio-archaeological thrillers.

The story involved the usual: something like a journalist chasing a story, an Everyman whose close relative had died in mysterious circumstances, a priest with strange powers to heal, and a secret cabal with amazing technology.

(Just don't ask me to name the book or the author.)

Offline ineluki

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This has to be the maddest CT I've ever come across,

http://theintelhub.com/2012/04/19/project-bluebeam-to-be-used-to-create-fake-appearances-of-religious-figures-worldwide/

I guess those Aliens that were faked in the last round of insane Bluebeamconspiracies did not work as planned.

Offline twik

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Yitzhaq Hayutman a 61 year old cybernetics specialist was featured in WIRED Magazine. His claim to fame is utilizing holographic imagery that in his opinion will summon the Messiah to arrive at the Dome of the Rock.

In other words, his claim to fame is using something that, in his opinion, may do something significant? Not that he's actually done something important already?

And does he plan to use the imagery to create an image of the Messiah (in which case, spilling his cunning plan in WIRED Magazine seems counterproductive), or does he think the real Messiah will appear if he uses it? The syntax isn't quite clear.


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The United States military has a patent Numbered ADA33849 listed as a 3D holographic display that is used with Strontium Barium Niobate. A compound that Is aerosolized.

OH NOEZ! An AEROSOL! RUN!