Technology has made a lot of progress. For example, special effects in
movies now look real, whereas those in films made in the 60s look obviously
But how do architecture's special effects compare?
Suppose someone has a large interior space but he wants to make it look like
being out in the open at night. Do you think this could now be done well
enough so that it was indistinguishable from reality?
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Suppose you served a cabal of globalists wanting to control a huge
population and its resources. What better means to achieve your goal than to
conduct a false flag operation, televise it, blame somebody else and use the
events you created to look like something that actually wasn't to instill
fear and anger into the population allowing it to be manipulated at will.
Just like the domestic enemies of our nation did on 9-11.
But no, even though HAARP is said to be capable of such uses, I don't think
the ability to create a "holodeck" experience can be accomplished in real
space yet. On a screen in the movies or sitting in front of a computer
monitor yes, but in real space not quite yet. Doing so requires an enormous
amount of directed energy.
But manipulating real space and real activities to appear as if they were
something they were nit? False flag operations are as old as mankind's
presence vying for power and control of others.
<%= Clinton Gallagher
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