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Orbs at the Rollright Stones?[1098 x 826 jpg]
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|Description ||Open string bar , recorded by tallest roadside stone, at Rollright, overlaid by other images from our research and string Theory|
| Paul, for the uninitiated, may you explain the significance of what these are, and interpretations of the diagram? I am sure I am not the only one who is baffled. :o) Thanks|
| the orb attached to the spectrum bar, is the way the energy from the orb is exchanged to the bar, similar bars have been recorded on video some of which fire out of the stones. this was recorded at tinkins wood, the open string bar pictured above the rollright stone have been recorded on video, when it hits certian charged areas, closes upon itself to become an orb or closed string,the d brane is an image from quantum physics(see my last post) these branes are places where strings have their ends, our photograph was taken at the rear of tinkinswood in the small coppice area, the wave which contains orbs is similar to the open string pictured below it, the adjoining image we initally called clusters or octopus orbs are branes from a point or sphere of energy.to be honest i have been blown awy by what we have discovered, and humbled by the fact these acient builders of these stones knew so much more that we do today, this is just the tip of the iceburg, these orbs divide like cell division and form webbs like fibroblasts, i worked with a bio chemist for a while she noticed these processes.|
| you will find the flash on your compact camera is to close to the lense, this will give you flare on any partical's or rain drops floating around. The camera seems to be having trouble focusing in the dark as well. Best shots would be with a flash off camera. Try putting black card between flash and lense. all the best gray |
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