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Lecturer claims to have photographed fairies

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AlienDan

University professor... Is that supposed to mean anything lol. When I used to fake UFO photos, I took them to a "university professor" to get theme examined and they thought they where real. haha

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AB Hammer

Do these 2 little people qualify as fairies? or are they ghost? They showed up in a photo of some of my armor about 16 years ago.

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Calibeliever

Do these 2 little people qualify as fairies? or are they ghost? They showed up in a photo of some of my armor about 16 years ago.

They are a bit fuzzy to make anything out.

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AB Hammer

They are a bit fuzzy to make anything out.

Yes they are but as I said. They should up in my pictures. But you can make out what appears to be a head and body on the blond one and you can make out the upper half on the brunet. But they where very small. But then again it could just be matrixing. But it make for interesting conversation. A friend of mine displayed a larger picture in her pagan store for a couple of years but it also had the armor I made and the guy in the armor is a great grandson of Crazy Horse.

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Bendy Demon

I see nothing in those images.

Naturally, though, if you take a large image then crop the picture and show only a tiny portion of it then that makes using pareidolia a lot easier because your focus is limited to a small part of an image.

I mean, sure, with enough imagination I can pretend that the blobby, fuzzy image loosely resembles...something.

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Ryu

Yes they are blurry and if you don't want to see fairies you will not see them. But if you want to see them you will. Both true but what is funny in my friends store I have heard little kids holler (mommy look at the little people) more than once. Like their eyes were drawn to them.

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Skep B

Ryu

Yes they are blurry and if you don't want to see fairies you will not see them. But if you want to see them you will. Both true but what is funny in my friends store I have heard little kids holler (mommy look at the little people) more than once. Like their eyes were drawn to them.

Conversely, then if you want to see faries, you will see them. that's a self fulfilling prophecy. and pareidolia.

It's jesus in toast with a different object being seen.

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Scheming B

It is the old story of. Some have eyes but can not see, and some have ears that can not here. I am only saying what I have and how children see it and it looks that way to me as well. But it is not solid proof at all in my photos. If I would have seen them first I would have focused my camera at them. But I didn't.

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DieChecker

This guy needs to visit Iceland to photograph the tiny elves that so many Icelanders believe in.

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mythological_explorer

I don't believe these are real fairies however, i'm not sure that the creatures are entirely fake either. They look like Mayflies, albeit slightly doctored to look more humanoid.

http://www.oum.ox.ac.uk/thezone/insects/instant/ephemero.htm

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dr no

Yes they are but as I said. They should up in my pictures. But you can make out what appears to be a head and body on the blond one and you can make out the upper half on the brunet. But they where very small. But then again it could just be matrixing. But it make for interesting conversation. A friend of mine displayed a larger picture in her pagan store for a couple of years but it also had the armor I made and the guy in the armor is a great grandson of Crazy Horse.

Where in those pictures are a blonde and brunette fairy? I am not seeing anything like that

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Scheming B

It is the old story of. Some have eyes but can not see, and some have ears that can not here. I am only saying what I have and how children see it and it looks that way to me as well. But it is not solid proof at all in my photos. If I would have seen them first I would have focused my camera at them. But I didn't.

Actually its the older story of people making stuff up to explain what they don't understand.

as far as how children see things, they see things in ignorance because they havent had time to learn anything,and they lie because they havent learned morality.

they're ignorant and they lie all the times.

SO thats how a child sees things.

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AB Hammer

I found the original photo and here it is. No chance of being a Mayfly in late fall. As you can see the leaves are gone. You look in the lower left hand corner. I had to reduce the size of the photo to show it.

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Skep B

...hes wearing knights armor how can we take a grown man wearing knights armor seriously?.

and that looks like a water droplet on the lense of the camera

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AB Hammer

...hes wearing knights armor how can we take a grown man wearing knights armor seriously?.

and that looks like a water droplet on the lense of the camera

Funny but you show yourself as a cartoon. Besides it was not raining. The rocks are not wet, the road is not wet, and the Knight is not wet. I build armor for those who recreate history for a living but I am on my way to retirement due to health. https://www.flickr.com/photos/abhammer/

Not to mention no anomalies showed up in the photos afterwards either. So I had to rule that idea out. Yes I thought the same thing at first.

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Skep B

The cartoon is the character Jim Gordon...it's not me, I'm not Jim Gordon.

Thats a pretty cloudy sky..couldve been raining.

Besides I said water droplet. for all we kno- OH wait

you took that picture, ok i see where this is going.

Theres things that it could be, a bug, again a water drop like I said, and it just fell off before the next shot, trick of light reflecting off the armor.

I just don't understand the science behind faries, for them to fly they couldn't really be humanoid, their insect like wings wouldn't propel them unless they fluttered at hummingbird like speeds, and even then maybe not, human bodies even at tiny size would be very dense, and then with the hummingbird like fluttering, their hearts would explode, .

Are they supposed to be magic?

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starseed526

could be possible they are interdimensional in nature. they may take the appearance of a human like shape but not have the same density as we as humans have in this realm/dimension. they could exist at a higher frequency. this of course depends on ones own belief. my spiritual beliefs are based on my own experience. I tend to keep an open mind to all p***ibilities in this vast and intricate universe of ours. I have a developed sixth sense as some call it. ive heard and seen and had waking encounters with beings from what I believe to be higher dimensions. e.g. spirit guides, spirits, unexplained entities, "shadow people", as well as possible alien contact through meditation as ive encountered an unidentified flying object just last summer. I do not profess to have all the answers I can only go by my own experiences. this unuverse is a too vast and intricate for any one of us to put an absolution on anything. we are free to believe as we wish but it's certainly not right to ridicule or shun others for what they choose to believe. whatever path one choosees doesnt matter. I believe we are all heading in the same direction. back to that infinite source from whence we came. and the only real absolute that exists is LOVE.

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