Discussion in 'Knowledge of the Spirit' started by CasualBystander, May 15, 2018.
Could a security camera have captured a miracle?
A Nephilim ? Looks big enough. Nice capture.
There's another image to go with...
I am going with moth for now, as I would hope angels would be more defined and prettier...
Low quality camera and lighting attributes to the dull appearance in the images..
I'm still on the fence.
Long exposure (needed for nighttime) causes the blurred effect.
What ever it is is moving and not a camera artifact.
i would say moth, the blurrynes makes it very likely
I think its too defined for a moth...An up close moth would be much more blurrier on the outer edges I think...The wings are also too short for a moth...
Doesn't look like a moths head either .
HD Image here. I agree it's a moth. I think when we see a real Angel there won't be a whole lot of doubt about what we are looking at ~
We'll, if it is not an insect or bird, the image appears to be proportionate to a human height in relation to the size of the truck.
The head appears to be bald, and the face too elongated and narrow for a human... there appears to be arms in front, about the same size as a human. The 'wings' do not seem large enough to make a human airborn, but then I am assuming the same laws of physics would apply to whatever it is...
Angels are not humans and the laws of physics would possibly apply, we do not know that for certain either...I do know it's not human and never considered it to be human...
I got a solution: Mothman
(LOL). I think it's an insect/moth that is close to the camera and moving, hence the bigger dimensions.
I remember a show on "rods".. what a total sham. These were all bugs flying around caught looking like rods. Put this up with the mermaids (in our dimension) are real show.
Angels do exist, I just don't see how a normal camera would capture it. You either need special cameras looking into finer bands of the spectrum, advanced spiritual vision, or DMT. Here you just got a regular camera I think.
1. No science study on how fast angel wings flap is available.
2. Surveillance cameras (modern) see in IR night (they remove the daytime IR filter). Humans do not see in IR.
Thanks.. well human eyes do transition into seeing at night as well. But yeah the modern survaillance cameras will have IR, so this one does? I still think it's a moth flying close to the camera regardless.
This is what a moth looks like on surveillance.
So whatever it was is hovering.
Hummingbird would be a better guess.
Thats some kind of insect larva
different cameras, different specs
I couldn't find a hummingbird image on cctv or IR but did see a dozen or so other moth images besides this one you posted and NONE of them look close to the OP image...The OP image isn't a moth in my opine and I doubt it's a hummingbird, where's the beak?...
A Moth at night.
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