Sunday, January 6, 2008

FOGSCREEN: Holographic Blue beam Technology

The infamous NASA Blue Beam Project has four different steps in order to
implement the new age religion with the antichrist at its head. We must
remember that the new age religion is the very foundation for the new
world government, without which religion the dictatorship of the new
world order is completely impossible.
I’ll repeat that: Without a universal belief in the new age religion,
the success of the new world order will be impossible!
That is why the Blue Beam Project is so important to them, but has been
so well hidden until now.

Apocalypse Now

How a hologram, a blimp, and a massively multiplayer game
could bring peace
to the Holy Land.

By Joshua Davis
Yitzhaq Hayutman holds the key to peace on Earth –
it’s on a floppy disk in his
pants pocket. With his full white beard, bald pate,
and well-pressed khakis,
the 61-year-old Israeli cybernetics expert and tech
investor looks like Moses
done over for a Banana Republic ad. Right now, he’s
showing me how he wants
to position an airborne hologram over the Dome of the
Rock, a gold-capped
shrine that’s one of the most holy sites in Islam.
“The blimp will go there,”
Hayutman says pointing into the blue. “And eventually
the Messiah will come.”

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You can walk right through a FogScreen projection screen
without getting wet.
The microscopic fog droplets actually feel dry to the touch,
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The beauty of FogScreen projection screen is that anything
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FogScreen projection screen is available in two models,
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The Inia has a fixed screen size of 2 meters (79") wide and
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The One is 1 meter (39") wide, but multiple Ones can be
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