Mysterious Triangle in the Sky over The Arctic! – Sep 10, 2011

Mysterious Triangle In The Sky Over The Arctic! – Sep 10, 2011

A strange event occured in the sky over the Arctic. An unknown object appears and it seems to be surrounded by a Tetrahedral Shield!

The object is similar to a previous object ( see picture left) – Picture left released by Richard C.Hoagland

The video below shows the strange object over the Arctic.

You may have an explanation for this (natural or unnatural) phenomenon, please let us know.

Related article: Elenin protected by a Tetrahedral Shield?

Source and author:  BeePeeOilDisaster (youtube)

16 responses to “Mysterious Triangle in the Sky over The Arctic! – Sep 10, 2011

  1. Where in the arctic is this visible? Do you have a latitude and longitude or general position from where this can be observed? I live in the Arctic and do not see it. Am I too close to the arctic? Or is this in Europe?

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  2. BS I say

    the object to the left of the screen could be an effect of light refraction on the camera lens/bubble (if its housed) from the large light source, he says the light source was the sun but it seemed a bit small to me, that part of this i do believe could be an unknown object, but when he starts talking about unknown planets in alignment and suddenly showing up? they were in the previous picture! how can he not have seen them?

    anyway stop motion images don’t give really anything to go on because they never capture true motion effects and a lot of the time the anomalies they pick up can just be something in the right spot when the picture was taken.

    still id like to see if anyone else has any other opinions on the two objects

    Luke

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    • @Luke

      Jørgen Andreas Berthelsen wrote on FB-TTBTS:
      The one you are seeing on the right, is the moon. On the left, is the deflection from the camera, or even from an window.
      It is not strange to my opinion. I live in Greenland. These cases are not uncommon to see such thing…

      One of the most cases here are, the video or camera have often box casings, in which it has class covered.
      In which it eather can come in from the camera’s deflection, or an asynchrone angle from the casings class.
      You can take example for the space Hubble infrared deflections. In which many cases people do not include
      the “deflected” imagery, and I appreciate the computing on this case…

      Admin

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  3. http://www.awi.de/NM_WebCam/livemovieP.html strange object on frame 50/144, 10/09/11

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  4. i just realised that the webcam resets on a 24 hour basis so my link shows nothing, there are no archives either for there web cam but the image i saw was strange, sorry i wasn’t of any assistance.

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  5. Ted, don’t be sorry! Not everyone has a P.h.d in physics, thanks for contributing!

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  6. @TED
    Did u think about this one?

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  7. Pereh…….what am I looking at in that pic? what is that black ball?

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  8. @ Spike
    I really dont know. Founded that picture on site http://www.planetxelenin.com/novosti (croatian site about Nibiru, Elenin etc.)
    As u can see that is only picture from set of live streaming from PALAOA (PerenniAL Acoustic Observatory in the Antarctic Ocean) which u can find on http://www.awi.de/NM_WebCam/livemovieP.html
    I tried to contact admin from planetxelenin.com to get all set (because theres no archive of PALAOA streams).
    If they response i will tell you so we can all think what the heck is it🙂

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  9. @ pereh OMG thank god someone else has seen that i have no idea what that is at all its completely confused me, thanks heaps pereh now i dont feel crazy its actually there.

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  10. its ALWAYS a reflection or in this Luke guys attempt to sound smart refraction. Get fucking real people. Could be either. But this is why people hate truthers and skeptics, they THINK they can know something that is almost impossible to know for sure. But they’ll say they know for sure, and I’ll tell them there isn’t really any way to know for sure could be either or, or something we aren’t even thinking. They’ll call names, I’ll shrug it off because I’m right.. We don’t know for sure! Just saved you having to comment on this!

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  11. If u want my opinion for Neumayer pict , i believe that black dot are dead pixels from too much light. But for cam of that profile (Mobotix M12DN – double lenses, high sensitivity…) u will thought that u wouldn’t have that problems😉

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  12. 2012.

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