Questions Arise as Second Floating City Seen Over China in Last Two Years
The world’s militaries have ownership of the sky, which is increasingly being weaponized to host elaborate surveillance, communication and warfare technologies. The public has only a very narrow understanding of some of the programs of which information has been publicly released. For example, we know a little about the space fence, rods from god, HAARP, the laser development atmospheric lens, experimentation with atmospheric spraying, geoengineering, and a handful of other endeavors, but we really have no idea of the full extent of what is being developed and tested in secret.
When something extraordinary and unexplainable is seen up above, we have to ask if it is a natural phenomenon, a hoax, or a government program. For the second time in the last two years a floating holographic city has been seen and recorded by numerous people in mainland China, and many are asking these very questions.
It is impossible at this point to rule out a hoax, for as we know, computer graphics are sufficiently advanced to fool even the well-trained eye, however, video of this event is not yet being challenged by media sources as a hoax on the basis of multiple recordings and eye-witness accounts. According to RT, the Xinhua News Agency, the official press agency of The People’s Republic of China, the mirage is a natural occurrence:
“The buildings visible in the video are actually surrounded by “radiation fog,” which occurs when the ground temperatures cool and the moisture in the air condenses as a result, according to Xinhua News Agency. As temperatures rise, the fog usually evaporates.” [Source]
Perhaps, but this explanation does not take into account either the duplication of shapes in the floating image, nor the fact that floating holographic images of cities is not an isolated phenomenon. In 2015 a similar phenomenon occurred in a different, rural area of China, again causing a stir of speculation.
The military is unquestionably conducting broad experimentation of emerging atmospheric technologies, and it does so without public disclosure.
In 2015, the military acknowledged the test of a submarine launched Trident II D5 ballistic missile over the coast of Southern California after hundreds of thousands of people saw the extraordinary and unexplained phenomenon above. There continues to be widespread speculation as to what could be causing loud unnatural humming and percussive sounds coming from the sky in many areas, as no natural explanation fits and no known civilian industry is capable of creating such noise.
Furthermore, limited knowledge of leaked and partially disclosed programs, such as Project Blue Beam which can supposedly project holographic images onto real space to confuse or mislead eyewitnesses, only adds to curiosity about what technologies the world’s militaries are experimenting with right in front of our eyes.
Civilian comprehension of the motives and projects being conducted by the military with tax dollars and black budget funds will always be light years behind the reality of what is actually going on in secret laboratories and on secure bases. In order to stay abreast of what types of weapons and programs are being directed at the public and at the planet, the best we can do is chronicle all such suspicious events as they happen, working to eventually connect the dots as time goes by and as more pieces of these puzzles emerge.
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