posted ago by WhoWhenWhereWhatWhy ago by WhoWhenWhereWhatWhy +9 / -0

Since June of 2019, there have been some new stars in our sky.

They are a bit larger and seem to be closer. The further ones flicker a bit too much, with a green and red alternating flicker.

They used to turn on right after sunset. But it seems that was unusual for stars, so now they turn on a bit later when its dark.

They don't show up in the same spot the way stars do. They move around a bit, night to night. Sometimes they are a bit further and sometimes closer.

On a given night, you can see 3-5 of them in the sky. Occasionally, more. They are only seen near and on land masses. Never on open water.

They are all over the world. Having been seen on every continent and in every country.

If the sky is clear, you can go and see them for yourselves. At least a couple of the closer ones will stick out.

Grab a pair of binoculars, or better yet, a telescope and you will see that what appears like a star are in fact 2 distinct lights. If your telescope has a decent zoom, you will notice that the "lights" are not lights, but electric arcs.

While this may all sound very weird, it is not often that there is a phenomena that you can yourself validate.

So, a few questions come to mind:

Who put them there? Who has the resources to cover all the land masses around the world? Why aren't governments around the world talking about this? Isn't national airspace being violated? How do they stay in a geostationary orbit? Are they high altitude balloons? Or are they drones? If drones, how do they hover in one place all night (along with earth's rotation) How are they powered? Those electric arcs or lights will require a lot of power.

Now to allow the imagination to run wild. What if these objects emit EMF waves that affect humans? What if it cycles multiple wave programs? Such as high blood pressure induction, irritability/anger, libido increase. Cycling every few days. What if they have another EMF wave program which hasn't been turned on yet? A very specific frequency program that affects protein spikes in human bodies. Causing them to trigger blood clots or other instant death conditions? What if the micro metallic objects found in some vaccines act a resonance antennas to help trigger their effect?

If vaccines were the bomb, and these "stars" were the triggering mechanism, it would allow for a very clean culling of the human race. Thousands of these stars worldwide allow for a controlled city by city, nation by nation culling. All of it can be easily blamed on a new variant of the virus since the media is already corrupt.

No one would know who is the bad guy. The ones doing this, and their friends/families would all survive since the vaccine is required in order to die. This would explain the unholy push to vaccinate everyone.

I believe the culling was supposed to have happened last year. Their plans have hit a snag. Too many people are refusing the vaccine. And secondly, the vaccine itself seems to be weaker than anticipated. The human body is cleaning it out, so they have been forced to create stronger and stronger "Jabs" which have had so many undesirable effects that more and more people are seeing them as dangerous; which is causing more of the population to reject the vaccines and jabs.

What I'm trying to say is, please go out and look at these stars. The rest of the post is pointless until you see them.

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Graphenium 7 points ago +7 / -0

Elon Musk - Starlink - hundreds of new geosynchronous satellites in the last couple years, many complaints of “new stars”

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WhoWhenWhereWhatWhy [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

The people complaining about Starlink are astronomers. People using powerful telescopes and seeing satellites interfering with their observations

You can't see Starlink satellites with the naked eye. They are too far and too small. The stars I am speaking of are observable with the naked eye and are quite large. With just binoculars or a low power hobbyist telescope it shows 2 distinct lights.

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wtfppl 1 point ago +1 / -0

I did get to see starling deploy with the naked eye. Freaked me the fuck out because I had no idea

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Clobro 1 point ago +1 / -0

You most definitely can see star link with the naked eye.. as a matter of fact I'm in the suburbs or a major city with quite a bit of light pollution and I've seen them with my eyes while walking my dog around 2am...

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Sugar_Coated_POS 1 point ago +1 / -0

Theres a way to track those. Would be verifiable if you saw them.

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Skyrison 3 points ago +3 / -0

YES YES!!! THANK YOU!! i have been telling people this !! something doesnt feel right as well . I am a big astronomer for one of my hobbies . they dont look right. GREAT POST!!

lately , in the past year or so, I have noticed pretty bright objects in the sky that LOOK LIKE planets but they are WAY too close and bright to be even venus or mars or jupiter. i thought to myself "a plane? O.o " but they just STAY in ONE place. thats it....

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WhoWhenWhereWhatWhy [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

If you have access to a good telescope and can photograph these objects, it would be very helpful.

These are everywhere, all across the globe.

The photos I took (https://imgur.com/a/4kW4e50) are on the Mediterranean Sea. My brother has seen them in Germany and the UK. Others have told me about seeing them in Australia and Russia, in multiple cities.

How can something so large that you can see them with the naked eye and yet has enough power to light up 2 large electric arcs stay in one place all night?

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Sugar_Coated_POS 1 point ago +1 / -0

Its a little past sunset and there's nothing unusual to me. You can get things out of focus in bincos that makes it look like two but it can be cleared up. Theres an obvious planet near the moon that I have been noticing every night but nothing else nearly that bright. Thanks for getting outside to star gaze a little.

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RandomAnon78 2 points ago +2 / -0

Where are they? Give us some coordinates

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WhoWhenWhereWhatWhy [S] 3 points ago +3 / -0

I am no astronomer. My telescope is garbage tier. But I did use my phone on the eyepiece to grab some images last year.

It will give you an idea of what to look for. If you are out in the open, you will see a couple of them sticking out like a sore thumb. They are just too big to be a star. They are not satellites (you can't see satellites with the naked eye - too far and too small).

In this link, I took 3 photos with my Phone where you see 1 bright object. The 4th image in which you can see 2 lights, is with my phone camera held on the eye piece.

https://imgur.com/a/4kW4e50

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Sugar_Coated_POS 1 point ago +1 / -0

Im going to have to take a look. I only have binocs though.

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WhoWhenWhereWhatWhy [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

Binoculars are enough to show you that the 1 light is actually 2. And you will see more than one of these stars in different parts of the sky. Enough to prove to you that these are not stars.

Motivation to find a telescope or someone with a scope to help out.

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Flyertape 2 points ago +5 / -3

What makes you link noticing new lights in the sky to vaccines? How did you make that leap?

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WhoWhenWhereWhatWhy [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

It is a leap for sure. It's the timing and anecdotal effects.

These things popped up all around the planet right before the pandemic hit. They have effects on humans. Primarily, high blood pressure which doesn't respond to medicine.

My mother is a doctor and has a community of people who are now speaking about something strange that has been happening since 2019. A large number of people, across a variety of ages, and weights report high blood pressure. They get prescribed medication. The medication doesn't work. Then, for no apparent reason, the condition disappears. Everyone of these people are suddenly ok, no medication necessary. A week later, all of these people suddenly develop the condition again.

Irritability/anger is another issue which pops up. But never at the same time as the high blood pressure.

I agree, this is a big leap. But I am looking for a reason for the vaccine push. Something doesn't smell right.

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Jacobin 1 point ago +1 / -0

I will second that. I have been seeing word New stars that look like seeing green and red through my cheap little monocular. I have also seen ‘stars’ travel in quite sharp fashion and they’re not shooting stars

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Oldmancountry17 1 point ago +1 / -0

They have 3? Maybe 2. When the sun goes down another pops up. They are big satellites I guess. They are easy to spot because they are bright and you can see it, sitting near the full moon, when the light blocks out all the real stars.

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Clobro 1 point ago +1 / -0

LARP.

You claim "grab some binoculars or telescope etc"

Yet... "How do they stay in a geostationary orbit? Are they high altitude balloons? Or are they drones? If drones, how do they hover in one place all night"

Well how about you tell us since you've been observing them?

Better yet give us the best possible coordinates to find them etc and I will use my scope and try and figure out what You're seeing.

Not denying what you're seeing.. but give us something...

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StinkyMcFingerBang 1 point ago +1 / -0

Hugo Drax is at it again.

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WindyJibbz 1 point ago +1 / -0

Like the scene from the truman show where the light falls on the ground (stars).

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Turtlew0rk 1 point ago +1 / -0

They are all over the world. Having been seen on every continent and in every country.

Isn't that true of all stars?