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RT - 3 Suns in the Sky
« on: February 17, 2015, 07:24:13 PM »
Three Suns in the sky: Chelyabinsk witnesses rare halo effect (PHOTOS, VIDEO)
Published time: February 17, 2015 16:34
http://rt.com/news/233143-halo-chelyabinsk-three-suns/

Scroll down and look at all the images.  I've attached the fifth one here.  OMG.

"To the illuminated mind, the whole world burns and sparkles with light."  Ralph Waldo Emerson

ilinda

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Re: RT - 3 Suns in the Sky
« Reply #1 on: February 17, 2015, 07:35:23 PM »
In the first pic, (after clicking on the link) there is an object nearly halfway between the sun and the sun's reflection on the left.  That object also appears to be situated "above" the third electric pole from the left.

Is that a sundog?  Or is it something else?  Ideas?

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Re: RT - 3 Suns in the Sky
« Reply #2 on: February 18, 2015, 08:49:32 AM »
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Is that a sundog?  Or is it something else?  Ideas?

Sun Dog:  atmospheric optical phenomenon appearing in the sky as luminous spots 22 [degrees] on each side of the Sun and at the same elevation as the Sun. Usually, the edges closest to the Sun will appear reddish. Other colours are occasionally visible, but more often the outer portions of each spot appear whitish.

So, the two "suns" on the two sides of the real sun are sundogs.

The grey shaded spot in the right-center of the photo does not appear to be a lens flare because of it's varied shading.  I can't view the video, but if anyone does, please check to see how that spot moves - or not - as the camera turns left-right and/or up-down.  The image of a real object will stay in the same position relative to other landmarks, whereas a lens flare will shift position relative to physical objects.

If it is not a lens flare, then the next step would be to check for it being the moon (not likely, from its' shading, but perhaps the new moon illuminated by earthglow) or a planet (not likely, from its' size).  We would need to know the date, time, coordinates of the location of the camera, and the direction of its' line of sight.  Are those data available?

It is not Nibiru, if the Zeta's information about it is correct, because they say that N. is surrounded by a huge cloud of red dust.  OK then, if we take the Zeta's info as correct, then the most likely conclusion at the moment is that it is Earth's dark twin, which normally is on the opposite side of the Sun from Earth, but is now closer because Earth has been retarded in its' orbit due to magnetic repulsion by approaching Nibiru.

Or, it could be a huge space-ship.
Or a balloon.

(Anyone for swamp gas?)
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