Imagine you have a telescope and you decide to take some video of the moon. You connect your digital camera to the telescope and start videotaping. You get some great footage and later review it.
As you review it you notice something that shouldn’t be there. At first it appears to be an abberration of the digital camera, and you consider cutting that part of the footage out of the video clip.
But the little voice in your head tells you to reconsider that idea. You view the footage again and it dawns on you. That is not a camera glitch. This is real. And this is going to rock the world.
This is not fiction, this actually happened to an amateur astronomer. But,what did he see in the video that shocked him and changed his ideas of the nature of the moon?
His discovery was an out-of-place wave moving across the face of the moon. At first, the amateur astronomer, known anonymously, as Crrow777 on YouTube, thought it was a camera glitch but this explanation had to be thrown out because of the nature of the wave and the fact that he moved the camera at just that moment and the wave does not follow the movement of the camera. This accidentally captured phenomena is now making big waves on YouTube and on alternative radio programs.
Crrow777 carefully inspected the wave and ruled out everything except the fact that it does exist and it is local to the moon. The first time you see the video of this wave you might feel compelled to reject it as a hoax or some misidentification of something else. Give it some time to sink in.
This wave behaves like a very sophisticated holographic-like projection refreshing itself. But, it’s probably a technology far more advanced than any hologram. Whatever it is, it is likely hiding something on the surface of the moon. Otherwise, what would be its purpose?
Not suprisingly, when he shows his video to professional astronomers he is called a kook, fraud, and more.
However, Crrow777 is not the only one who has captured what he has dubbed the ‘lunar wave’. There are other amateur astronomers around the world who are now videotaping the lunar wave. They have even coordinated some of their taping sessions in an attempt to get simultaneous captures from different locations across the globe for comparison.
But, by far, the first known capture of this wave has been the best to date. If you are ready to have your world rocked, take a look at the video clip that started it all, The Lunar Wave. This version includes a very clear and informative narration by Crrow777, himself.
Check out this interesting interview on Higherside Chats.