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20 Historical Paintings That Conspiracy Lovers Can’t Get Enough Of

Between the moon landing in 1969 and the growth of the science fiction genre, most would likely peg the 20th century as the origin of humanity’s interest in extraterrestrial life. Think about it: is there anything more “modern” sounding than the idea of aliens?

In actuality, this may not be the case. There are a number of historical paintings that some claim feature alien contact —we’re talking about UFOs, people! Here are 20 works of art — painted centuries before we ever went to space — that are so out of this world they might be proof of alien existence!

1. St. John the Baptist (1513 – 1516): Leonardo Da Vinci is known for leaving hidden codes in his work. Well, if you join two mirror images of this painting, the face of an alien figure can be seen. Was he trying to send us a message?

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Leonardo da Vinci

2. “Charama, India, Cave Paintings” (8,000 B.C.): Archaeologists have discovered alien-like paintings inside an Indian cave. Scientists have gone straight to NASA to investigate whether or not these paintings prove aliens visited our planet 10,000 years ago.

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Times of India

3. “Two Dutch Ships” (unknown): Although the artist and era of this painting are unknown, it can be seen that two Dutch ships are sailing towards floating orbs in the sky. Upon further inspection, there appear to be faces inside the orbs suggesting that this is a UFO sighting.

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4. UFO sighting outside Windsor Castle (1783): This painting depicts Thomas Sandby’s account of a pale blue object entering the night sky from beyond. He recounted that the glowing orb came to a halt and moved directions at one point during the encounter. 

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Thomas Sandby

5. Mayan carving (1st Century): Carved in stone, there is a man worshiping or surrendering to an alien-type figure hovering above. Some suggest the UFO carving is really just a representation of an ancient Mayan god, but the extraterrestrial reference is strong. 

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6. The Annunciation With Saint Emidus (1486): Painted by Carlo Crivelli, this work depicts the Virgin Mary just before she learns she is going to give birth to Jesus Christ. The light beaming down on her is either the halo of the Lord… or it’s a UFO and a sign that Mary was abducted, depending on who you ask.

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Carlo Crivelli

7. The Crucifixion Of Christ (1350): This painting, which hangs above the Visoki Decani Monastery in Kosovo, depicts the crucifixion of Christ. Supposedly, the objects in the upper corners are some sort of spacecraft!

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8. The Baptism Of Christ (1710): Showing the baptism of Jesus, this painting by Aert de Gelder features four separate beams of light. Some believe this demonstrates that the disc in the sky is actually a UFO.

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Aert de Gelde

9. The Madonna With Saint Giovannino (late 1400s): Domenico Ghirlandaio painted an object over the Madonna’s left believed by some to be a UFO. A man is staring at it in the distance and a dog seems to be barking at it as well.

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Domenico Ghirlandaio

10. Triumph Of Summer Tapestry (1538): This tapestry was created in Bruges, Belgium, and features depictions of three strange objects in the sky. They don’t seem to match any known religious symbols, and the scene on the tapestry is of a ruler’s rise to power.

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11. La Tebaide (mid-1400s): This painting shows a number of scenes from monastic life in the 15th century, as well as the Crucifixion. Some point to the red disc at the bottom as a sign of something alien, but debunkers say it’s nothing but the hat style commonly worn by cardinals at the time.

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12. The Miracle Of The Snow (1428-1432): Painted by Masolino da Panicale, it evidently shows a snowfall that happened on a hot August day in Italy. Many believe the clouds might really be representative of something far more otherworldly.

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Masolino da Panicale

13. “Israel, Put Your Hope In The Lord” Painting (circa 1600s): Residing now in the Church of the Dominican Monastery in Sighisoara, Romania, this eerie painting shows a church on fire. Above it appears to be some sort of UFO wreaking havoc.

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14. Glorification Of The Eucharist (early 1600s): Painted by Ventura Salimbeni, it’s hard not to notice the globe in the middle of the work. Some say it’s evidence of time travel, while experts suggest it’s a “creation globe,” and the antennas are actually wands used by God and Jesus.

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Ventura Salimbeni

15. The Crucifixion Of Christ (circa 1600s): Found in the Svetishoveli Cathedral in Mtskheta, Georgia, this painting apparently shows two flying objects on either side of Christ during the Crucifixion. Some believe this is proof that Jesus was some form of human-alien hybrid.

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The Crucifixion Of Christ

16. Saint Wolfgang and the Devil (circa 1475): This piece by Michael Pacher shows Saint Wolfgang himself getting help from some devilish alien creature to build his church. 

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Michael Pacher

17. Egyptian Pictograph (400 B.C.): This pictograph appears to show a male Egyptian offering a live bird to a cloaked alien figure of some sort. Potentially a peace offering after unwanted aliens invaded earth?

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18. “Une No Chiri” (1803): Published in a book in the 19th century, this illustration depicts a real-life artifact that was found at Haratonohama by Japanese sailors. According to the explanation on the drawing, the outside was made of iron and glass.

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Ume No Chiri

19. Foppa Adorazione (1478): This painting has a hidden message lurking in the back. A man can be seen standing on the hill looking up at a glowing orb. Some argue that this divine painting depicts belief of extraterrestrial life.

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Vincenzo Foppa

20. Mona Lisa (1503) Another example of Leonardo da Vinci leaving hidden messages in his work, comes from one of his most famous paintings. If you place two mirror images of the Mona Lisa side-by-side, an alien’s face becomes clearly visible.

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Leonardo da Vinci

But there is actually much more to this classic than just Aliens. There is so much mystery surrounding Mona Lisa that historians continue to study the painting today, and after all these years she still has secrets to reveal…

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In 2015, a French scientist using reflective light technology discovered a portrait of another woman hiding beneath the painting we see now. The underlying portrait is believed to be Da Vinci’s first draft of the famous painting, but it’s difficult to confirm if that belief is true or not. And Mona Lisa isn’t the only one holding secrets…

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Jan van Eyck, the Netherlandish painter, created the famous Arnolfini Portraitin 1434. The painting depicts Giovanni di Nicolao Arnolfini, an Italian merchant, and his wife, Constanza Trenta. While the renowned work is impressive in itself, there’s more to the painting than meets the eye…

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Take a closer look, you’ll see a mirror centered in the background of the painting. Reflected in the mirror are two other figures who appear to be looking at the Arnolfini’s. Based on our logic of mirrors, one of the figures is presumed to be the artist, Van Eyck, subtly eternalizing himself in the portrait.

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We can’t talk about art without bringing up the chiseled bod of David. Arguably one of the greatest sculptures of all time, Michelangelo’s statue of David stands 17 feet tall. Seriously, we have to admit, David doesn’t really have a bad angle going for him. But looking up at David does distort one thing that might change the way you consider the work.

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David is positioned in a heroic manner. Due to its size, when we admire the statue we are forced to look up at him. His body is anatomical perfection, and, paired with his confident stance, David is often thought to be sculpted as “hero.” Looking at David at eye level reveals a different story. His expression shows concern and fear, which makes sense after all given he is about to engage in a battle with Goliath!

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This one is a touch macabre. In 1533, Hans Holbein the Younger painted The Ambassadors. The work showcases two rich ambassadors, seemingly healthy and in their prime, surrounded with their fine material goods. While the portrait is strikingly rich in color, the hues defy the underlying message of the work, which is far from vivifying.

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Looming at the feet of the ambassadors is an anamorphic perspective of a skull. The skull, with its placement and perspective, seems so stark that it feels like it doesn’t belong in the painting.

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This piece was intended to hang in a stairwell so, at the angle of ascension, the skull would jump right out at you. The skull was to serve as a memento mori, which translates to, “remember you will die.” So much for a welcome mat, huh?

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Despite his name, Pieter Bruegel the Elder is not a wizard. Unfortunately. What he is though, is one of the most notable artists of the Dutch and Flemish Renaissance painting. In 1559, he created the Netherlandish Proverbs. It may look more like a Neanderthal-ish bedlam, but this raucous scene is actually telling a story — 112 stories to be exact!

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The artist is known for inserting the absurdity of humanity in his work, and he didn’t miss a beat with this one. The painting literally illustrates 112 different proverbs and sayings from the Netherlands. Some of which include, “To be a pillar biter” and “Armed to the teeth.” But the real proverb here is, if you’re not Dutch, you’re not getting much (at least not much face time in a Bruegel painting)!

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The Sistine Chapel. You may have heard of it — the big, painted chapel in the Apostolic Palace, nestled in the Vatican City. Well, way back in 1512, Michelangelo was commissioned by Pope Julius II to paint the story of Genesis across 9 sections of the concave ceiling. Michelangelo’s work would come to be recognized as a cornerstone of high renaissance art. Some speculate that beyond a masterpiece, the artist also left behind a message…

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Michelangelo spent many years studying human anatomy. With that deep understanding, the artist was able to depict people with greater realism and insert more cerebral meaning into his paintings. In this famous section, God is surrounded by what looks like a brain. This insinuates that not only did God give Adam life, but also the ability to reason and think.

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The Last Supper by Leonardo Da Vinci is almost as famous for its rumors of secret meanings as it is for its artistic brilliance. Da Vinci was unique in his genius, and much of that is to due to his vast and diverse passions. Not only an artist, Da Vinci identified as a mathematician, scientist, inventor, and even a musician. 

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And when a fellow musician admired Da Vinci’s work, he noticed something peculiar. When the five lines of a musical staff are drawn across the supper, the bread rolls combined with the apostle’s hands create musical notes. When you follow Da Vinci’s signature style of right to left, the notes make up a 40-second musical composition. 

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Vincent Van Gogh created Café Terrace at Night in 1888, a scene so charming, you can almost hear accordions. Some art historians have a different take on this painting though. There are theories that posit this café might have a more symbolic impetus, coming from the son of a Protestant minister…  

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There have been many comparisons with Van Gogh’s Café Terrace and Da Vinci’s Last Supper. The central figure in white is thought to be a representation of Jesus, while the dark figure in the doorway is speculated to represent Judas. 

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There is a good story here, but first let’s take a moment to appreciate the name of this painting’s creator, Hieronymus Bosch. Ohhh, it’s so good! Hieronymus Bosch is the creator behind this triptych oil painting titled, The Garden of Earthly Delights. What is even more delightful are the secret, behind-the-scenes notes…

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These notes, found on the bottom of a tortured soul in the “hell panel” of the painting, translate into approximately 28 seconds of what can only be described as a reject Nokia ringtone. This melody is widely referred to as “the butt-song from hell.” 

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The legendary Mexican painter Frida Kahlo had a husband who was, apparently, a painter as well. Just kidding, Diego Rivera is totally a big shot. Due to his notoriety, in the early 1940s, Nelson Rockefeller commissioned Rivera to paint a mural, Man at the Crossroads for the Rockefeller Center in New York City. Alas, even the richest of the rich don’t always get exactly what they want…

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Young Rockefeller didn’t appreciate the inclusion of the communist revolutionary Vladimir Lenin in the mural, so he had the painting destroyed. In response, Rivera re-created the mural in 1943 in Mexico city and titled it, Man, the Center of the Universe. Not only was Lenin even more prominently featured in this mural, but Rivera, not so coyly, painted in Rockefeller’s father below the bacterial illustration of syphilis. 

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What The Economist predicted for 2021 and for what purpose

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In mid-November 2020, The Economist magazine gave the world’s conspiracy theorists a new bone in the form of another forecast cover for 2021 or more. Everything, as the conspiracy theorists believe, is within the framework of the old and ancient rule of the owners of this world: they must inform the flock of their plans for the future, which, according to universal principles, removes responsibility for their actions from great leaders.

Great bosses, at least for some reason, think so.

This is what the owners of The Economist wanted to tell us. 

In the past, the people discussed each new cover of The Economist with terrible force, trying to guess the dates of the coming star, however, now there is no particular excitement. This is partly due to the fact that with the arrival of the coronavirus, the star has almost arrived, and the only thing that is still unclear is how and when its final stage will be.

We need  to note of course that all the decryptions of the past covers did not come true – although there were several very significant hits.

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Nevertheless, the picture is still discussed, since closer to the final everything is almost in plain text: a one-armed bandit with four drums, one of which stopped on the face of Mr. Biden or a person similar to him. On this basis, everyone in unison interpreted the stopped drum as a toughly resolved issue, the alternative to which was either a split in the United States or an atomic war. However, in fact, everything is there for a reason.

You don’t need to look too closely at the cover to notice

The drawing divides a diagonal shadow, which practically none of their symbols on the drum captures – it shares only a symbol with Biden, something like this: Why such a direct allusion to some kind of rebirth and who is hiding behind the mask / back of Mr. Biden is unclear.

Although, judging by the position of the drum, in any case, whoever was hiding there won. The second point, which was not noticed by any of the YouTube “deciphers of the Illuminati messages” is the rising of some luminary at the base of the machine.

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The luminary did not get into the frame, only its rays are visible, but these rays are suspiciously red. Moreover, they are red against a reddish sky. Does this mean that in 2021 we will be shown Nibiru or is it something else ascending – no one, except, of course, the Reptilians, even knows.

Finally, the virus deserves special mention, which is drawn on two reels. Why is the virus next to the vaccine in the first – it seems to be understandable, but why the virus is in the fourth?  Therefore, it will not be a coronavirus, but some other pathogen?

All other symbols presented are obvious: a vaccine, a baby in a muzzle, TikTok, a Chinese flag, Skype with a TV camera, as if hinting at remote communication. Some other graph, which everyone interprets as economic growth / inflation, but it can also be an increase in mortality. It is not very clear, however, with the American flag: is this an allusion to the division of American society, or will America really split in half?

In one of the recent current covers, The Economist has already laid out a calendar with a volcano and an asteroid, so anything can happen with a split of the continent, but the main thing that is incomprehensible here is completely different.

It is unclear: is this a global plan that can be replayed by some other player who has approached the machine, or is it such an ultimatum that is no longer subject to discussion? We will not know the answer to this question before December 2021.

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Poison, alien rays and black magic: The story of the unexplained death of conspiracy theorist Max Spiers

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The researcher was preparing to reveal information to the public about a black magic circuit, in which a number of politicians and celebrities participated. According to 31-year-old Sarah Adams, who was engaged to the unfortunate man, Spiers had spent the last months of her life researching a black magic practice circuit in which celebrities were involved.

Was he poisoned, struck by alien rays or killed by black magic – in the versions of his fans and journalists, the truth collides with the most insane theories.

The father of two children, 39-year-old Spiers died in July 2016 at his friend’s house in Warsaw, a death so strange that her circumstances were studied in Poland and the UK, albeit without much success.

The Polish police focused on the “natural causes” of his death, without even doing an autopsy, which caused the outrage of his relatives and fans. When the body of the British arrived at home, forensic experts could not even determine the cause of death. Then, in December 2016, the coroner’s inquest was launched, which is still dragging on.

It is only known for certain that the conspiracy theorist before his death was sick of blood or some kind of black liquid.

Mr Spiers fell ill, had a fever and general weakness. The next day Mr. Spiers vomited two liters of black liquid. A friend called a doctor who tried to resuscitate the patient, but later admitted the fact of his death

 from the official statement of the coroner.

Demons and super soldiers

Spiers went to the same school with actor Orlando Bloom, but he is not remembered for that. He was an unusual person even by the standards of his circle. Having spent many years searching in the X-Files style, Max has gained popularity among ufologists and conspiracy theorists as a bright orator who is not afraid of the most shocking statements. For example, he received his nickname “Super Soldier” for claiming that from birth he was part of a secret government program to create elite warriors. However, Max failed to prove this.

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What absurd claims Spiers did not make, the last days of his life are indeed shrouded in mystery. In many interviews and TV programs made in the wake of this story, several main points are repeated: he conducted a new investigation, received threats from unknown persons, tried to warn his relatives about  something before his death.

Shortly before his death, Spiers began studying the biographies of rich people: businessmen, politicians and show business stars . His mother Vanessa Bates told about this, without naming specific names. Two days before his death, he sent an extremely strange SMS, in which he actually predicted his death.

Your son is in danger. If something happens to me – investigate

SMS to Spiers’ mother

When the mother was given the late son’s computer, all of his records were deleted, she recalls. In her opinion, Max’s investigation led him to “dark places”, someone seriously wanted him dead. “He was a very tough man in his prime, and yet he just took it and died on a sofa in Poland,” Bates marveled.

The popular conspiracy theorist was killed by Satanists in order to expel demons from him, some say with reference to his girlfriend. According to her, Spiers managed to call her from Warsaw and tell her that he was there against his will. Allegedly, devil worshipers seized him and tried to “reprogram”, for which they gave him a substance that immersed him in a coma for two days.

“Max could not escape because he was kept in a house in the woods, he was surrounded by a fence under electricity. He said something “demonic” was going on, he had to get out and find a church or some other holy place. But two days later, he was dead, ” Adams quoted the Sun tabloid as saying.

There is no confirmation of this conversation, but Adams repeatedly mentioned in conversations with reporters Spiers’ investigation of a secret society of Satan fans associated with the highest circles of power and  show business .

We’ve received death threats before, but this time they looked real. They wrote to us that we would both die … He was going to expose black magic, it was associated with political leaders and celebrities

Sarah Adams

Looking for the truth

Every day there are fewer and fewer opportunities to reliably establish the cause and culprits of Spiers’ death. Many of his acquaintances and fans believe in the hand of the “world government” or a blow struck from outside our planet. Being killed by agents of the secret world government is the highest compliment, proving that you are a huge danger to them and their plans, the popular UFO blog Exopolitics writes.

Max Spiers used to say, among other things, that the masses have undergone a kind of hypnosis and live in a Matrix, with brainwashing in the media and their valid sources, etc., because they are “programmed”.

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Max Spiers’ last interview. 
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Other material provides a long list of UFO researchers and scientists who have allegedly died a violent death. “Death from a headshot. Death that looks like poisoning, death that looks like strangulation, death as a result of the possible implantation of a deadly virus … This only confirms the long-known fact that the life of an experienced ufologist is much shorter than usual,” says the journal Paranoia.

But there is a more prosaic explanation for Spiers’ death. The BBC channel devoted its own investigation to this story, during which it learned about his addiction to drugs. Several years ago, he accidentally suffered a pelvic injury, began taking painkillers, and soon allegedly switched to heroin. In the video, filmed shortly before his death, the conspiracy theorist is allegedly “high”, according to one episode of the project. Spiers’ mother feared for his mental health and worried that he was hanging out with the wrong people.

Could Spiers’ death be a banal heroin overdose? We wouldn’t have to guess if the Polish authorities had given an immediate answer. While it remains to wait for the end of the coroner’s inquiry – its results may give the UK the opportunity to start an international investigation.

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What do Flat Earth advocates think of chemtrails?

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One of the eternal discussions that appears from time to time on conspiracy platforms around the world is the endless debate about the shape of the Earth. Some people believe that the Earth is a sphere that dangles around the Sun, while other people believe that we live in a circus, which is flat, like any arena. 

The day before, this discussion flared up again – in particular, under the impression of one of Elon Musk’s videos, which people watched carefully:

In the video, the camera periodically turns on, looking at the engine of the last accelerating stage, the view from the lens leaves no doubt that the Earth is spherical:

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However, from time to time, something happens to the lens and the Earth looks for some reason flat, like a table:

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This phenomenon cannot be explained by the approximation function, since the size of the engine does not change and therefore it seems that the rounding of the Earth is achieved by a combined survey, during which some manipulations with the background are carried out. 

Below is the video from a NASA satellite, from which one can think that something is flying fast near the Sun and is the size of Jupiter:

https://youtube.com/watch?v=X3yz1oh2ixo%3Ffeature%3Doembed

Another photo with the Sun:

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This is only the catch of ufologists for a week, and so something constantly revolves near the Sun. Everyone would gladly think of shooting artifacts, but there have been a lot of artifacts lately, thus there is a suspicion that the Sun itself in SOHO frames is also an artifact, that the Earth is flat like a steppe and that we are shown in the sky a movie about The sun. 

Most of the people who are under the yoke of the education of the Secondary School, for some reason, are sure that, totally misinterpreting everything, about something, but about the shape of the Earth, the textbook is not lying, and therefore it is heresy to challenge the textbooks. However, what does Round Earth have to say bout the chemtrails that have been sprayed in the sky for decades? 

The Round Earth has nothing new to say about this. Nevertheless, if we assume that the Earth is covered with a kind of dome, then what will happen to the substances sprayed from aircraft in 10 years or more? From the Round Earth, these wonderful chemicals will escape into space, but on Flat Earth, all this chemistry will remain under the dome, as a result of which the owners of the circus will have the opportunity to turn on the “Project Blue Beam”, during which “the sky will roll into a scroll” or something like this. 

Naturally, “Blue Beam” can be turned on without a dome – for example, by organizing a broadcast from satellites. But it will take a year at most to prepare such a performance, since all the chemistry that can be used for the screen evaporates very quickly – no aerosols can fly in the atmosphere for decades. Meanwhile, chemtrails have been around for many, many years. That is, one gets the impression that something keeps this chemistry from above and makes it possible to build a screen for slides for years, forming a matrix layer by layer. 

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But what’s the point in all this? – convinced supporters of the round Earth will ask us. The sense in this is that if there really is a dome above the Earth, then the screen can be made denser – with a good resolution, like on an advanced monitor. On such a screen, it is possible to show such tricks that the fake cannot be recognized even through a telescope.

Therefore, if the Earth is flat and covered with a dome, the “Blue Beam” may not be limited to alien ships hovering over cities, but even turn into a journey to other star systems through a wormhole, after which we will have a completely new sky overhead, but all these are just theories and one day, we may know.

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