Monday, December 14, 2009

Different photos of the Spiral are now emerging

[UPDATE: If you were to wikipedia "Bulava Missile" before December 14, 2009, the page gave specific dimensions for each stage of the missile. The third stage was listed as 2 meters in length. That information has since been removed. Coincidence?]

A new development. The above photo is the ORIGINAL picture that every news outlet put on their websites the morning of the Norway Spiral event (December 9). The photo, below, is the picture which all major news websites are now providing (December 14). Do you see any differences? This is incredible, and frightening to think such a strategy could be effective. In a few weeks people will begin arguing WHICH of these photos they think is the doctored one - the clean, crisp one (original), or the blurry unclear one.

At this point, I'm thinking that neither of these photos were doctored. Some witnesses reported that as the spiral was forming, it was moving across the sky laterally. Perhaps these pictures were taken at different times. The people orchestrating the coverup wouldn't be stupid enough to use a doctored photo, would they?

Know what else is disturbing? Try doing an image search for "Norway Spiral" on google and see what you find. [UPDATE: google image search now allows you to view the Norway Spiral. Google blocked image searches for "Norway Spiral" from December 9 - December 16]

I guarantee you this: this coverup will involve all tabloid websites to keep the original photos of the event (the crisp, clear pictures), while the reputable news outlets will provide the blurry ones. I guarantee it. A very smart move by whomever is in charge. Tabloids are a powerful tool. When people later compare the two photo's they will conclude that the 1st image, the clear one, MUST have been doctored because the center of the spiral shifted in the two photographs. They will say: "How could the center of the spiral move - it's a missile!" It's not a missile. But, which photo will the public believe more? The blurry one from a reputable news site, or the clear/crisp one from a tabloid?

Also - if you haven't already, please take the time to read my explanation as to why the spiral CANNOT be from a missile.

This new blurry photo is featured here:


  1. The two pictures certainly differ. Honestly, these are the things that are important to addreess in the hopes that at least one major news outlet (TV) would pick up on this story.

    Then, you may see some tread. This medium is astonishing, if for nothing else, in the way that suspicious stories continually get buried with only people on the peripheral seeming to question.

    What a shame. Glad to see you bringing this to light, I enjoyed reading the blog.


  2. Thanks, Terry. I think it's important to spread the word on this issue - maybe, at least, people will begin to think about this a bit more and then perhaps connect the dots when the next unexplained phenomena occurs.

  3. I still think it was missile!

    1. Another news about similar "UFO" over Russia:
    "Just a day after a Russian rocket launch set off a spate of UFO sightings in Norway, yet another missile test created a similar sky show over the heart of Russia. Like Wednesday's launch of the submarine-based Bulava missile from the White Sea, Thursday's launch of the land-based "Topol" ballistic missile from the Kapustin Yar missile range on the lower Volga River sparked plenty of sightings. Reports came in from Chelyabinsk, Yekaterinburg, Ufa and other cities, said NBC News space analyst James Oberg. The rocket plume created a spiral pattern in the sky, though the pattern wasn't as striking as the one seen over Norway earlier in the week. "The difference in sunlight conditions from pre-dawn northern Norway may account for much of the visual differences," Oberg said.
    Russia's Itar-Tass news agency said the test launch was successful, and the missile came down to earth in the Sary Shagan military reservation in eastern Kazakhstan. Oberg said the spiral plume doesn't necessarily mean anything was amiss, even though that was seen as a tip-off that the White Sea launch was a failure."

    2. Also do not forget that Earth is spherical, so at very high altitude people in Norway saw launch close enough. Look at the video-model of missile trajectory and possible observation from Tromso(executable video model):

  4. the voting is bogus, you can vote unlimited.

  5. I can't belive people think this is some kind of 'wormhole' or some crap. There are some serious quacks out there.

    This is CLEARLY a BOOSTER rocket at extremely high altitude spinning out of control. Watch the video instead of looking at the pics, the pics look spectactular due to the fact they are much more light sensitive than a video. Compare the video of this event to a spinning sprinker, you don't have to be a rocket scientist to know what's going on here.

  6. Watch the video instead of looking at the pictures? The pictures have a greater resolution, and capture the true spectacular characteristics of the spiral. If you need help believing this was a missile, then do exactly as Gareth suggests - view only the lower quality, grainy and unclear videos.