April 8, 2011 1 Comment
Wow. Massive blue glowing ‘vortexes’ over New Brighton? Freaky stuff.
What’s even freakier, to my mind, is that no-one else saw them. The original source of the YouTube vid ProfanityDubstepNZ, does state that the photos shown in the video were taken at 5am in the morning. His mate, Rudy P, who supplied the photos to ProfanityDubstepNZ says…
My Mum took these photos at about 5am on 29th March from her balcony on Scarborough Hill in Sumner Christchurch. The city lights you can see is New Brighton area. She said this thing stayed visible well into the day
ProfanityDubstepNZ tries to defend the lack of any corroborating witnesses by commenting…
Take in to fact that this happened at 5am in Christchurch, we were only hit by that 6.3 just over a month ago and it is said up to 200,000 people have left the city out of a population of not even 1,000,000 before the time, take it from me its a lot quieter around here so im thankful we have photo’s
The actual population of Christchurch is a bit under 400,000, so even if we accept half that number did leave the city after the quake (and haven’t returned), we’re still left with the fact that the only witness so far claimed that this anomaly was visible “well into the day”, and that not one of the remaining one-fifth of a million people remaining in the city spotted these huge glowing blue vortices hovering above the city’s eastern suburbs.
Naturally, chemtrails have to get involved. Says Bill Blyth…
There also seems to be a faint line of a CT in one of the shots.4th pic down from the top.
So, there are two possibilities:
On the one hand we have a youtube user whose mate’s mum took some photos of a quite extraordinary phenomenon. There really was an anomaly of some sort over New Brighton, but it was completely missed by the rest of the population, despite being visible into the daylight hours, when tens of thousands of people would have been passing directly underneath it (not to mention the many people who would’ve been awake and working at 5am anyway).
It’s just someone messing about with torches.