More and more anomaly hunters are recording the so-called “moonwave,” stating that the moon may actually be a hologram. Well, at least covered by a hologram at certain times. Let’s examine the evidence and the contradictions.
This theory originated sometime in 2014, when Crrow777 of YouTube and other vigilant sky watchers came across an unusual wave crossing the moon. Because of this, they insisted that what we see over our heads might not actually look like what we imagine it to look like.
The amateur astronomer investigated further and discovered that this peculiar lunar wave only occurs when the moon is approaching its full state. From this, Crowe concluded that the hologram is projected when the moon is full.
The reason? Because someone needs to hide it from observers from Earth at a time when it is best seen.
“I think that when the moon is in its quarter phase, you really look at the moon, and when it starts to get full or well lit, they cover it with a hologram so that we can’t see what it really is, what’s on its visible side or what (someone) is doing there at that moment… It’s not what you think, I can tell you it’s not just a rock in space… there’s a lot going on out there,” Crowe said in one of his videos.
The lunar hologram theory piqued the interest of all who observed and investigated it, but a “genius” response from skeptics soon followed.
To debunk this idea, a video appeared of a plane flying directly over the camera lens and emitting a heat wave, which caused an extremely similar anomaly on the surface of the Moon.
Now “skeptics” explain the lunar wave as something caused by passing warm/cold air masses. But is this really the case?
The popularity of Crowe’s discovery caught the attention of the powers that be, so they had to come up with a clever way to get out of a bad situation.
The hypothesis of a plane flying by certainly gives food for thought, but it reveals only one possibility. Besides, people all over the world have reported moonwaves, both with and without passing planes.
Either way, I will present you with more options to consider. Light carries heat, which in terminology can be translated as thermal energy.
This form of energy is generated by tiny particles moving at staggering speeds, which implies that the heat energy generated by an airplane engine or warm vapors can be perceived as vibrations of light. This is where things get interesting.
In the last century, we don’t see force as a separate concept, but rather as a force field, such as an electric or gravitational force field.
The peculiarity of light is that it can be both a particle or a group of particles (photon) and a type of electromagnetic wave. Both natures of light must be studied separately, because otherwise they would contradict each other.
While conventional photography focuses on light associated with particles, a thing called holography emerged in the last century. To quote its definition:
“Holography is the science and practice of creating holograms. Typically, a hologram is a photographic record of a light field, not an image formed by a lens, and is used to display a fully three-dimensional image of the object being holographed, which can be seen without the aid of special glasses or other intermediate optics.”
Do not confuse this type of 3d hologram with what you see in 3d movies, it is a hologram caused by synthetic light displayed through glasses, it is a big difference.
It should be noted that a hologram can store about 700 times more information than a normal photograph, it can provide an extensive 3d image in a single picture. Such a technique uses laser light, provided by, you guessed it, a laser beam.
If we lived inside a holographic universe, as many scientists believe today, a huge laser system would have to be pointed at us.
It makes more sense now than ever, given all the discoveries in physics, and if we look up, we can see this huge source of light, which we call the Sun. It’s definitely pointing at us and sending out coded information.
If that were the case, the Moon would have to play the role of an artificial remote control that serves an unknown purpose. A green screen, perhaps? A curtain? An artificial device designed to monitor us?
Ignorance is bliss, and reality is far stranger than fiction. By exploring and questioning everything, you will eventually find certain answers. After all, the reality we perceive is only in our minds.