I Took A Few Pictures Of A Rare Moon And There Is An Apparition In The Photo.
A few days ago I saw the strangest most beautiful moon and I just had to run inside and grab my camera and take pictures. I sorted through some 66 pics I took and with just 4 images I made a short reel on facebook.
After playing the short 39 second video several times I noticed that in at least two of the images there was an apparition of what looks to me like a cat with with large eyes or maybe an alien and it seems to be waving with it's right arm and hand.
The apparition is in the first two images of the reel right around second 1 thru second 8 on the first image and then can also be seen in the following image.
It's right in the center of the video in the center of the image and takes up about 1-2" square.
I'm curious if you see it and what you make of this if anything. The image was edited for contrast, brightness, and a few other things. Then I added the zoom in effect and that's all.
Roger the first image of your moon I see Groucho Marx, Lol!
David I did do some processing using a free Microsoft clip champ program. I'm going to go back to my original files and look at those to see if the apparition I see also appears before the processing. I used my Canon Full HD 65X optical zoom camera. It's has a 1332mm built in zoom lens. It's the only camera I own and love. :-)
Gill, I get what your saying about the clouds. I did a series of paintings one time of some 15 drip paintings where I never touched the canvas with a brush and what unfolded in this series where some totally incredible apparitions. I mean a lot, and very distinctive and the subject matter carried over into all of the 15 or so paintings.
This opened a whole new realm for me that I didn't know existed. I obsessed to a degree over this for some time. To this day I am still bewildered about the phenomena.
Bewildered or intrigued Mario - perplexed and confused; or curious and fascinated? For myself, these additions to 'the real world' are most fascinating; especially when they arrive from the end of a brush or pencil... or as a shadow, smudge or silhouette. One thing usually leads to another in life; in the case of these opportunities I find much to talk about even write about - and investigate. Rock-on brother, best-of-life!
I didn't see anything more than the moon, and I clicked the next one and saw a guy on a motorcycle crash into a car. I was half expecting to have it scream at me in the middle of the video. Do you have a still shot of it?
"When evaluating self-reports from individuals who have had an extraordinary encounter, ranging from an alien abduction to a visit from a supernatural being, it may be difficult to know how to proceed.
There are really only three possibilities:
The event really happened, just as the person has reported.
The person truly believes that the event has happened, but it has not.
The person is fabricating a story for some reason.
The best that any one of us can do under the circumstances is to evaluate the relative probability of each of these options and choose the one that appears most likely."
Frank T. McAndrew Ph.D.
Terrance, a little bit of all those you list but mostly intrigued. I was expecting you to drop by this post. :-)
Mike you never see these things, now I'm looking for the motorcycle crash and don't see it. :-) I'm going to see if I kept the original unedited photos and post or link them here if I find them.
Thanks Douglas, I have a few in my spray paint art.
Drew, I would tell Frank T. McAndrew Ph.D. that the only problem with his advise quoted below is that when you only choose only the one that appears most likely you are automatically dismissing all the other possibilities which might be the truth.
"The best that any one of us can do under the circumstances is to evaluate the relative probability of each of these options and choose the one that appears most likely."