Summer 2009 was a season of intensive UFO research recording near-infrared images under starlight conditions over British Columbia and Washington state. See precision formations, near-collisions, light communications, helical motion paths and more!
The London Telegraph reports that a new storm is brewing in the world of Leonardo da Vinci theorists after a mysterious group claimed it has used mirrors to uncover hidden biblical images in some of the great master’s most famous works.
Look at what this Body Language expert said in Newsweek:
Peter Andersen: Pictures transcend culture and literacy levels. You don't have to read all of a 2,000-word newsmagazine cover story to get something from it. That image on the cover, it has irrefutable and intrinsic meaning. You can have an opposing article, but there's no way to refute a photo. It is what it is and it resonates deeply within us for that reason. Images even affect different parts of the brain than language does. The structures that process face are in a part of the brain that's very intuition and quick judgment. It has a logic of its own and it's extraordinarily powerful.
Photos from my Cleveland hotel room number 1313 reveal unusual indoor lights. Did you know the number 1313 contains the numbers 11, 13 and 33 as well?
The Cleveland Armory also presents interesting indoor lights. Reputed as a haunted location, could these photographs represent evidence of interdimensional phenomena? The architect of this building designed it with initiatory symbolism in mind.
The front entrance to the Armory is designed as a Masonic temple gateway. The pillars represent the Horns, the corona is the Crown, the CA is the All-Seeing Eye.
Download PS154Jericho.wmv A disc emits a corona over Jericho Beach Park in Vancouver recorded on the Agfa ePhoto 1280. When the corona is enhanced a face accompanied by multispectral light appears within. The features of the face are distinct including an ear, brow, eye, nose and mouth. The video documents the acoustic voice signal being transmitted during the photo shoot - P.R. Sarkar's "Prabhu eso eso a'ma'r hrdaye" from the collection of 5000 songs known as Prabhat Samgiit. Do the colors represent the visual signature of the musical sounds, an etheric spectrograph of the voice signal? Compare these results with video of discs captured on the Lumix FZ20 at St. Augustine's Church.