SEE BELOW UPDATE FROM MUFON'S CHIEF PHOTO/VIDEO ANALYST!
The person, whose moniker is "Innerstanding," who posted the information below is a self-described 30-year old male located in Madagascar. The anti-Christian views expressed by him are not mine. It is being posted on this site for educational purposes.
Some may find it most offensive, in which case, do not read the uploader's comments below.
April 28, 2011
As we uncover the fallacy of Christianity that has been the plague of this world for who knows how long the "Unseen Hand" continues the campaign preying on the ignorant. Jesus Christ externalized is the Anti-Christ Apollonius of Tyana who all the pictures of Jesus have been taken from. As Jesus is called a "Nazarite" Apollonius takes this title also and was actually real person. Samson also takes the title of Nazarite but is none other than the son of Sam himself. Sam is still the personage Satan or just SA my people. A Nazarite is deeply connected to Nazi's, Nasa, The NSA, and the Serpent Sans along with the aryan language Sanskrit or Satans Crypt, a grand plan that has taken a lot of effort to pull off. The dead continue to live in the language.
So it is now clear, the controllers of the United States at all points knew they were Nazi's and introducing the American people to a Nazi regime. They managed over us with their Ultra Secret Governments with sophisticated technology such as the NSA. They have given us their false man made doctrines of demons called the Gospel/Ghost Spell of Christianity and they have sold us false dreams of entering outer space through NASA. Everything they have done has been meant to externalize us and have us looking in space, to idols, crucified tyrants, and everywhere else except for inside. Innerstand this.
by Marc Dantonio, Chief Photo/Video Analyst MUFON
Regarding that supposed apparition seen in the sky of the Virgin Mary... It isn't the Virgin Mary nor is it related to any Bluebeam thing... I see this all the time in the image and video analysis I do.
The voices are certainly added in because the object you are seeing was also NOT visible in the sky. It was simply the saturation of the video CMOS image capture array on the video camera causing the dark artifact and was visible in the camera ONLY.
I can provide you with the scientific explanation in full if you like but that is indeed all it is. It appears in cheap video cameras and still images as well. The reason it happens relates to how CMOS image sensors work. Think of them as an array of light buckets where each bucket is surrounded by a small apron of space between it and the next bucket over. These bucket arrays are usually in a square or rectangular array and there are a high number of them depending on the resolution of the camera. As light enters the camera and is captured by the CMOS buckets the photons hitting the bucket are converted to an electrical signal. This bucket signal is compared to a baseline electrical signal out in that small apron space between buckets I mentioned earlier and assigned a value based on the difference in values, between the filling light bucket's charge and the constant value of the apron space charge.
But if a LOT of light is coming into these buckets they can 'overflow' causing the apron space around this bucket which has the baseline signal to increase. If the increase is rapid enough it can make the calculated difference between the bucket content and the apron space a net NEGATIVE value producing a dark pixel in that space. This is why you see what you see in that video. It is nothing more than that CMOS problem most likely the result of aiming a cheap video camera at the Sun.
It was probably a cell phone that took the footage but not necessarily. There are quite a number of cheap cameras whose CMOS sensors will do this RATHER than recognize the apron space charge is getting too large and remove it, reducing the charge to the expected reference level and thus correcting the effect. These types of images and videos are all too common. They became very prevalent with the explosion of cell phone based cameras...Thanks, Marc