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    Tyler Bass
    Forbidden Knowledge TV
    April 10, 2015

    The urban legend about an alleged Project Bluebeam has been traced to the writings of Québécois journalist, Serge Monast in the mid-’90s – who died of a heart attack while investigating the story, despite lacking a history of heart disease.

    Evidence of US government experiments in giant sky holograms, specifically refering to Project Bluebeam have been covered on mainstream television. In the early 2000s, Sci-Fi authors Chris and Janet Morris, consultants in non-lethal weapons technology for a Washongton DC Think Tank, claim that giant projections of Angels, Devils or UFOs would not require any new breakthroughs in science and could be used on the battlefield, to scare the enemy (as long as they believed these projections were real). They go further, to claim that tests of such psychological operations have been done at the Army’s Electronic Proving Ground at Fort Huachuca, in Arizona, near the Mexican border.

    The creator of this clip, Nicholson1968 believes that recent leaps in projection-mapping technology are paving NASA’s way to brainwashing the world.

    To illustrate his concerns, his clip shows art installation exhibits of 3-D mapping, robots and actors interacting in footage taken from Bradley Munkowitz’s wildly popular “Box” video, which The Creators Project released onto YouTube in 2013.

    Also shown is Japanese media artist, Nobumichi Asai’s collaboration with French image engineer, Paul Lacroix to produce Project Omote, which projects images across a model’s face and respond to the model’s movements.

    In addition, Korean art group JonPaSang’s creation, a “Hyper-Matrix” of Styrofoam cubes that wowed audiences is shown. The moving, white Styrofoam blocks themselves, are quite real and innocuous. All of the above are very cool modern art, in our opinion.

    As for Nicholson1968, he remains concerned that NASA will one day project images into the skies, worldwide, using the local religious figures and imagery of the targeted cultures, as part of their trickery.

    According to Monast, these mimics of the Divine would variously inspire hysteria and trust, before merging their identities into one “true” deity and that through the projection of an anti-Christ’s “false rapture” scenario, NASA would control the masses
    and “whisk the whole bunch into never-never land” (whatever that means…)

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