In July 2017, in Brittany, bright afternoon, she's driving with her daughter sitting in the back. And another friend of your daughter's was a teenager. And her car was being fixed. So she had a loaner. And the owner had an open roof. I mean, there was there was glass, but the you can see the sky from the inside of the car. Which is why the case becomes interesting, because they saw a large disk gray disk in the middle of the afternoon over the expressway, flying over towards them, and eventually flew slowly over their car at a low altitude. Very clear, gray disc. She saw that coming, Again, she's a very smart, quick, business woman, no nonsense, she gave her camera to the kid in the back and said "Take a picture, I'm driving". The kid took a picture.
This is a picture Let me blow it up. There is a spot on the cloud that may or may not be a shadow of the object, the object is far away from them. And it's not a disk. It's not a gray disk. It's it looks, you could say it's a drone, but it doesn't really look like a drane. It's dark. It's under the cloud, although it's projecting on this other cloud. And I have absolutely no idea why the picture she took didn't show what she saw. And, again, we have other cases like that, except the witnesses are reluctant to produce them because they look silly. I mean, I took a picture of something Well, where is the picture? Well, it didn't show anything. Well, okay. Or it showed something but that has no relationship to what that person is describing to me. And I've had a few experiences like that before, but never with the actual proof. And here we have the proof of the... First I believe this woman you know, she I've met with her several times, she has been in my place in Paris, with reinvestigated the case with the friends of mine who are part of the advisory board for the French space agency
In fact, looking at it enlarged it almost seems like there's a central white shape, and six dark cone shapes. Might be an illusion though.
The photo was reportedly taken by a teenage child in the back seat of a car, through a glass roof. Possibly there was something on the glass. The car was a loaner, so probably not available to inspect after.
There's a great case. It's in France, this family, this is just within the last few years, driving down the highway, a mother and two children in the back, they have an open top car during the day, a crowded, crowded highway, they see over their head through the window. Craft is obvious and, right. And then she's looking around the mothers looking around and saying and noticing that nobody else seems to see this. Okay, so the kids in the back, have a camera phone, you know, phone, take a picture. When they get home, they will take a look at the picture. There's not a craft, but there's an object, a small sort of star shaped object about 30 or 40 feet over there, over their car. So that's let's say that that's the object, but it projected an image of something else. And yet, that's all they saw. So what what happened, you know, it's sort of like they, it was a projected 3d image of something, but it was only seen by them. So when you start to hear many of these cases, and Jacque really talks about this a lot, that whatever these things are, seem to have the ability to project altered reality into people's minds. I know that sounds crazy. And I'm just repeating the stories
no crazier than any other thing that we've been talking about. I mean, it's all outside the bounds of what we understand the science anyway, right?
Yeah, I mean, I have, I have the picture of that they took of that star shaped object, and the story and Jacques had been the person who went and did the interviews for it. And that was sort of a mind bender, for me, the first time that I had seen evidence of something that was different than what people had perceived. Right. And so this notion of projected reality, is something that really has to be part of the discussion at some point.
So when you start to hear many of these cases, and Jacque really talks about this a lot, that whatever these things are, seem to have the ability to project altered reality into people's minds.
in your darkened pic it looks like a flower. fingernail stickers and face tattoo stickers were all teh rage a few years backThis is 100% possible and is highly consistent with the second dark mark in the clouds
This is just one of the cases from France’s secret “X-Files” – some 100,000 documents on supposed UFOs and sightings of other unexplained phenomena that the French space agency is publishing on the Internet.
France is the first country to put its entire weird-sightings archive online, said Jacques Patenet, who heads the space agency’s UFO cell – the Group for Study and Information on Unidentified Aerospace Phenomena.
Its oldest recorded sighting dates from 1937, Patenet said Friday. The first batch of archives went up on the agency’s website (www.cnes.fr) last week, drawing a server-busting wave of traffic.
i only see 7 points (not that it matters for an experiment). basically impossible a 6 point star or 6 petal flower wasnt available for nails or face.and have some six-pointed stars
He described the case on Tucker Carlson's show a few days ago.
I was just thinking the same thing. I've often seen paper confetti of various shapes lying around the street. I live quite near a church, so there would be confetti blowing around from weddings. After all, confetti is literally made to be thrown into the air, and on a breezy day it could travel a long way before landing on top of a car!'Confetti' sprang to mind
It also occurs to me that the Star of David is six-pointed. Is it possible that a six-pointed variant is made especially for Jewish weddings and other events?
Also, these balloons are a "kit," the points are separate and are inflated individually, then stuck together at the base. So it would be POSSIBLE to do that with fewer spikes, or using some tape to leave a void in the center.Although they have several tips, the photo of the balloon at certain angles could give the impression of having only 6 ends.