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Betz spheres, foo fighters, and spirit orbs are all the same thing: a guardian metal drone swarm

Table of Contents

  1. body
    1. Copernican revolution
    2. Tunguska event
      1. Ra on Tunguska
      2. Sphere parallels
      3. Objections
    3. Spooky spheres
    4. Great balls of fire
  2. My posting career
    1. reddit reposting
    2. r/Paranormal ban
      1. first post automodded, declined
      2. accidental repost
      3. initial ban
      4. "how many times"
      5. "other mod here" exchange

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Copernican revolution

I've been reading "Quantum Paranormal: A 21st Century Analysis of the Paranormal Phenomena". It is a Copernican revolution for the paranormal field. As such, it has to date encountered little but derision and dismissal. Nevertheless, I feel the need to write a premature book report, if only to organize my thoughts. (The book itself is only a year old and needs an editing pass.)

Anyway, meet Earth's defense grid: an AI drone swarm of metal soccerballs that defend humans from paranormal and ET threats. The typical intercept pattern is triangulation between three drones followed by explosive obliteration.

Apparently the swarm operates in three modes: scout, beacon, and interceptor. Most of the ones we see near the ground are scouting.

The scouts patrol areas with high concentrations of genetic information, whether human or wildlife. This includes dead humans in cemeteries, or live ones in prisons and hospitals. Such locations likely also feature greater paranormal activity. We can see footage of interceptor drones triangulating and obliterating unauthorized UFOs. However, we can only speculate that they also intercept unauthorized paranormal intrusions, as we lack visual evidence. Perhaps the latter interceptions are invisible. Probably the scout only needs to fly through a "ghost" to disrupt its form with its drive emissions.

Who are the guardian drones trying to stop? Probably the "cattle rustlers" responsible for cattle mutilations, which look like extremely-rushed genetic harvesting. Sometimes humans are also harvested in this gruesome manner. Genetic information is certainly a unique Earth resource that would be of utility to any alien species who wished to one day inhabit Earth's biosphere, with its rich array of hostile micro-organisms. Cattle could be implanted with experiments and then harvested to observe the results. Since travel costs are negligible, this is more cost-efficient than raising one's own cows!

Here are two possible reasons the "cattle rustlers" do not humanely kill their targets before harvesting organs:

  1. Death of a large mammal creates a spiritual signature noticeable to the AI guardian swarm's pattern recognition algorithm
  2. The suffering generates valuable loosh

The guardian drones are also capable of harvesting genetic material, by "scuffing" a target, inflicting three small parallel scratches. The Moon's interior is an ideal location for genetic engineering work, offering plentiful cheap cryogenic storage.

Beacon drones do burst network transmissions while hunkered down in buildings or tunnels. This keeps them in contact with their overwatch, which stays in geosynchronous orbit over the dark side of the Earth. It is already a principle of modern warfare that one must either "burst and scoot" one's transmissions, or get blown away.

The radiation emitted by beacon drone transmissions is dangerous. Thus beacon drones cause haunted houses/locations in a predictably spaced pattern, usually about 25 miles apart. This keeps humans away from the hazard. Objects removed from "haunted houses" often cause local haunting until returned or discarded. This is because the drones can detect the emissions of the irradiated object. The type of radiation is unknown to modern science.

Each of these drones is essentially a miniature nuke. The drones run on a fission reactor that emits a dangerous localized radiation:

Tunguska event

Ra on Tunguska

17.3 Questioner: In meditation a few nights ago I had the impression of a question about a crater in Russia. I believe it was in Tunguska. Can you tell me what caused the crater?

Ra: I am Ra. The destruction of a fission reactor caused this crater.

17.4 Questioner: Whose reactor?

Ra: I am Ra. This was what you may call a “drone” sent by Confederation which malfunctioned. It was moved to an area where its destruction would not cause infringement upon the will of mind/body/spirit complexes. It was then detonated.

17.5 Questioner: What was its purpose in coming here?

Ra: It was a drone designed to listen to the various signals of your peoples. You were, at that time, beginning work in a more technical sphere. We were interested in determining the extent and the rapidity of your advances. This drone was powered by a simple fission motor or engine as you would call it. It was not that type which you now know, but was very small. However, it has the same destructive effect upon third-density molecular structures. Thus as it malfunctioned we felt it was best to pick a place for its destruction rather than attempt to retrieve it, for the possibility/probability modes of this maneuver looked very, very minute.

17.6 Questioner: Was its danger both blast and radiation?

Ra: I am Ra. There is very little radiation, as you know of it, in this particular type of device. There is radiation which is localized, but the localization is such that it does not drift with the winds as does the emission of your somewhat primitive weapons.

17.7 Questioner: I believe that a[n] analysis of the trees in that area has shown a low radiation level. Is this the reason for such a low radiation level in the trees?

Ra: I am Ra. This is correct. The amount of radiation is very localized. However, the energy which is released is powerful enough to cause difficulties.

Sphere parallels

The Tunguska detonation occurred in a remote area at ground level. Why not in space instead? Presumably because the latter has greater potential for destruction. A blast at ground level is mostly blocked by the ground. The remainder dissipates in the atmosphere. By contrast, a blast in space can impact a much larger area, with unpredictable results. Imagine, for example, the disruption of FTL travel by such an explosion. Or the blinding of sensors. Suddenly detonation in an unpopulated forest sounds positively responsible. Try setting off fireworks near an airport if you don't believe me.

The radiation generated by beacon drone transmissions exhibits similar characteristics. Radiation is dangerous but local in scope and does not drift. Contamination does linger in objects. Scout drones detect contaminated objects removed from a "haunted" site by their emissions, and then "haunt" the object's new location until it is removed from proximity to people.

Objections

> I mean, Tunguska wasn't totally unpopulated…At least 3 people (that we know of) died from it, and many more where injured.

Wikipedia says 3 possible deaths, 0 confirmed.

> There's plenty of completely unpopulated areas such as the antarctic or the middle of the ocean which would have made better choices for detonation.

It is certainly possible that the drone simply couldn't be safely moved very far. However, the detonation looks too similar to the rather callous radiation shielding practices used in "haunted houses" to credit that. It is more likely that the human casualties were deemed acceptable collateral damage.

Let us the consider these "better" alternatives more carefully:

The poles. These are likely occupied by aliens. There was an abrupt cessation of adventuresome "Age of Discovery" type exploration. It stopped at the poles, deep ocean, lithosphere, Moon and Mars. Much evidence exists that these areas are already claimed, and that human governments cooperate to limit interaction. Admiral Byrd's Operation Highjump is a famous example.

To be brutal, it is far cheaper for a farmer to risk killing a few of his own sheep than starting a diplomatic incident by killing or just injuring or scaring a neighbor. Humans benefit from Betz sphere protection and should bear the costs of collateral damage.

The middle of the ocean or underground. This is a terrible idea due to the concept of "depth charges". An airburst is far less destructive. Aliens highly value Earth's oceans as a galactic wonder. The lithosphere is a honeycomb of tunnels and caverns, and normally much safer than the surface – unless sonic/scalar/tectonic weapons are used to target the deep underground caverns. It is also probably better to radiation poison topsoil than water.

> That kinda makes me doubt this story…not to mention it's "channeled" information, which is kinda a red flag.

While channeled info is certainly unreliable in general, there is strong evidence that Ra's Law of One is legitimate, and perhaps the best channeled corpus overall. However, an apologetic case for Ra is not easily found via Google. Ra discourages proof attempts in order to preserve free will of belief, and therefore Ra's followers are non-evangelical.

Someone should certainly compile some Ra apologetics. I can't recall the details offhand. I've seen one very inadequate deboonking on Reddit, so perhaps start there. I don't know whether the LawofOne subreddit would be willing to help.

Spooky spheres

The beacon drones do something high-energy in their "haunted hangars". Maybe it's network burst transmission, or charging their capacitors, or ley lines attunement – who knows? Anyway, the beacon drones shield the radiation in the same way as the Tunguska blast: by going to ground in an area with surrounding wood and earth.

The beacon drones discourage human presence from the area with a subversive spooky bag of tricks. It's like a bomb that someone painted an angry face on. If someone persists in sticking around, he experiences psychological degradation due to radiation poisoning. The radiation might be microwave and/or something immaterial that more directly affects the astral body. Prolonged stays in "haunted hangers" with extremely high activity are ill-advised.

The author did a prolonged stay in the worst haunted house he could find anyway, and he and his team paid heavily for it. It took him a year to get his mind back together and write the book. He's gradually releasing more info on Twitter and Facebook, which is how I found him.

Exorcisms are ineffective against beacon drones, but he found an IR strobe pattern that might drive them off. I suspect there is limited manual supervision of the scouts, as occasionally their "haunting" behavior deviates from routine in a creative way. It's probably best to let them have whatever spots they decide they need, so they can do their job to protect us.

> I agree with you except for the haunted house part. They go back to the source ship which when not in the air are submerged under water.

Beacon drones are certainly present in some "haunted houses" during the "witching hours" of 11 PM to 3 AM. This may indicate that they are communicating with a satellite whose orbit stays on the dark side of the Earth.

Source ships have also been observed doing deployments.

Vimanas seem attracted to water in general. Bodies of water offer fuel, life support, cooling and concealment.

Great balls of fire

> I tend to think that stuff like ball lightning and other objects that appear to be made of the same kind of charged particles are held in place by a strong attraction to a particle of the opposite charge at the center of the sphere, drawing them near.

Betz spheres have been found, tested, and presumably confiscated by the government and given a suitable cover story. Ball lightning has never been replicated, and has no plausible mechanism. Contrast with St. Elmo's Fire, which is a kid's toy. Fairies are more plausible than "ball lightning".

The most likely explanation for ball lightning is that sometimes lightning hits a Betz sphere, and this is the most common cause of their malfunction. Imagine a modern airplane being hit by a lightning bolt larger than the plane.

Vimanas sometimes operate at high energy states that resemble "ball lightning" in intensity. One supposes that after a lightning strike, a Betz sphere might be confused or at least blinded, and need to bleed off a lot of heat and energy quickly to avoid further damage. This would account for the erratic behavior of "ball lightning" during lightning storms.

My posting career

reddit reposting

methodology: search reddit communities by "ufo", select first unsubmitted and worthwhile, submit, wait 24 hours, repeat.

r/ufo disliked
r/UFOs blinged, downvoted

posted to https://www.reddit.com/r/conspiracy/comments/t1n3wr/betz_spheres_foo_fighters_and_spirit_orbs_are_all/ but auto-removed. hm.
removed links and retried with newer version. still nope! [2022-02-27 Sun 12:28]
mod said just remove r/LoO link. did so, will resubmit when not rate limited. [2022-02-27 Sun 20:35]
passed automod! nice :) https://www.reddit.com/r/conspiracy/comments/t2ou0v/betz_spheres_foo_fighters_and_spirit_orbs_are_all/
nice reception, but only a couple of nice substanceless comments, no upvote liftoff, just a modest 5. reckon continuing to post it is non-productive. [2022-02-28 Mon 13:26]

posted to https://www.reddit.com/r/HighStrangeness/comments/t1ng4b/betz_spheres_foo_fighters_and_spirit_orbs_are_all/ [2022-02-26 Sat 12:03]

can't crosspost to r/paranormal. submitting directly instead. [2022-02-27 Sun 09:59] https://www.reddit.com/r/Paranormal/comments/t2dqrm/betz_spheres_foo_fighters_and_spirit_orbs_are_all/ auto-removed. strange. [2022-02-27 Sun 10:32]
ok, mods will approve it if they deem fit. fair enough.
ok, got rejection reason: rule 1: links, spam etc.
maybe I can get approval if I remove links, then!
wait while hear back from r/conspiracy. [2022-02-27 Sun 12:29]
mod said just remove the r/LawofOne link; links to other subreddits trip automod. ah, mystery solved. should work for r/Conspiracy too. policy prevents brigading resulting in sub ban. [2022-02-27 Sun 20:26]
oops, the message was from r/Conspiracy. got automodded again. explained in a message. see what happens. [2022-02-27 Sun 20:32]

r/Paranormal ban

first post automodded, declined

reason cited: Rule 1
https://www.reddit.com/r/Paranormal/wiki/index#wiki_rule_1.3A_direct_links.2C_promotional.2C_spam.2C_and_use_of_bots_violation

I enquired: "Oh ok, what if I remove all links and resubmit?"

accidental repost

from AmosQuito[M] via /r/conspiracy sent 1 day ago

Remove the link to r/lawofone or other subs. Automod pulls content with links to other subreddits.
The other links should be okay. Test and see.

Did so, but accidentally reposted to r/Paranormal instead of r/conspiracy.

Got automodded. Realized my mistake. Automod message reads:

Your submission has been automatically removed due to automoderator presets, and requires moderator approval before it can be viewed by the Reddit community. The moderators have been notified and will review your submission for approval. There is no need to delete or resubmit your post, as it will continue to be automatically removed for moderation. Users who continue to submit prior to approval will be considered spammers and banned.

It sounded like deleting the post might be interpreted as an attempt to game the automod, triggering a ban. So instead I just explained that I hadn't removed all the links:

I found out the probable reason for rejection was the link to another sub, r/LawofOne, so resubmitted without link. Still automodded tho. Maybe should've gone no links, sorry.

I figure if they want no links whatsoever, they can just decline it and say so. The response, however, was hostile:

initial ban

Reposting removed content.
When we remove a post, we expect it to remain removed.
Banned.

The situation doesn't look salvageable, but I at least want answers on why the response is so different. My reply:

r/Conspiracy told me to repost it with the r/LawofOne "link" removed.

I accidentally reposted it to r/Paranormal instead, which never replied to my question of "Oh ok, what if I remove all links and resubmit?"

Then I realized my mistake and attached an apologetic note to avoid moderator rework. Response? Ban.

Not sure how Reddit large-community modding works, but not discussing books seems… unintellectual.

It's ironic because this is a new explanation for haunted houses, something right up paranormal alley.

I wonder whether it's because, as the author claims, the paranormal community is hostile to his engineering explanation.

I will assume that's the case, and note the incident.

This drew a bit of blood:

"how many times"

subreddit message via /r/Paranormal[M] sent 7 minutes ago

So how many times should the mod team need to remove your rule violating content before we ban you? What number of removals would be acceptable to you without us being bad guys?

I reply:

You removed twice, and ignored the question. The rule is rather long and could imply various things.

You could start by explaining the violation. The link to his home website? Surely not the Law of One text link.

Was it simply that I didn't remove the home website link?

[2022-02-27 Sun 23:21]

"other mod here" exchange

  1. he wrote

    [–]subreddit message via /r/Paranormal[M] sent 26 minutes ago

    Other mod here:

    Not sure how Reddit large-community modding works, but not discussing books seems… unintellectual.

    This is not an intellectual book discussion sub. For that, you want r/Books.

    This is an experience-share sub.

    We strictly follow the content and topic guidelines, which is why this sub is large to begin with. And with a large community comes large community problems, like people trying to monetize it for their personal gain by spamming grass roots advertisements.

    If you had posted this to a meme sub or a picture sub or a hobby sub or a horror fiction sub, it'd also be removed and you'd be issued a ban.

    You aren't being persecuted. You are not entitled to our community.

    I wonder whether it's because, as the author claims, the paranormal community is hostile to his engineering explanation.

    The paranormal community did not remove the post - the mod team did. I don't know what his 'engineering explanation' is and none of us skeptics here on the mod team have read his self-promoted ideas, so you can wonder what you want, but wondering has about as much value as his mouthpiece.

    I will assume that's the case, and note the incident.

    Like in a diary…? I don't know where you were going with that.

    I accidentally reposted it to r/Paranormal instead, which never replied to my question of "Oh ok, what if I remove all links and resubmit?" Then I realized my mistake and attached an apologetic note to avoid moderator rework. Response? Ban.

    I'm looking at your post history and it is:

    You posted to r/Paranormal with links 13 hours ago
    You posted to r/Conspiracy with links 11 hours ago
    r/Paranormal post is removed
    r/Conspiracy post is removed
    You posted to r/Paranormal with links 3 hours ago
    You posted to r/Conspiracy with links 1 hour ago
    Your r/Paranormal post was removed and you were issued a ban 0.5 hours ago

    I don't see how that jives with your accounting. It looks like you posted it again after removal, posted it to r/Conspiracy, and left it up on r/Paranormal. That then got you a ban.

    You removed twice, and ignored the question.

    The original removing mod went to bed. Not having your question answered on your personal arbitrary timeline is not carte blanche to do whatever you want without consequence.

    I think the discussion has run its course. Ban appeal denied.

  2. my analysis

    This is not an intellectual book discussion sub. For that, you want r/Books.

    Herein arises the perennial problem: These people are not very smart. It never occurred to me that a subreddit with a generic name like "Paranormal" would simply refuse to think deeply about the phenomenon! Yet a scan of its top posts suggests exactly that.

    This is an experience-share sub.

    r/Paranormal provides a platform to discuss and share true first-hand paranormal experiences, evidence, thoughts, and theories.

    Mod blatantly contradicts the first sentence of his sub's description. He's stupid.

    I think I understand why the author meets hostility from the community: Superstitious people tend to be stupid, and paranormal experiences do not discriminate by IQ. If anything, they tend to occur disproportionately to the disadvantaged.

    We strictly follow the content and topic guidelines, which is why this sub is large to begin with. And with a large community comes large community problems, like people trying to monetize it for their personal gain by spamming grass roots advertisements.

    This passive aggressive accusation is exactly why the rule was ambiguous. Was it links, or just discussing the book? They never answered. They fundamentally cannot believe someone is simply interested in debate for intellectual iteration.

    You aren't being persecuted. You are not entitled to our community.

    More passive aggression. So I'll answer directly:

    This fool mod does a disservice to his naive community. The author has uncovered serious health and mental risks to proximity to haunted houses and their contents. This is something the paranormal community regularly seeks out in the name of investigation. The mod has failed in his protective responsibility to his community.

    The paranormal community did not remove the post - the mod team did. I don't know what his 'engineering explanation' is and none of us skeptics here on the mod team have read his self-promoted ideas, so you can wonder what you want, but wondering has about as much value as his mouthpiece.

    Did not read it.

    Like in a diary…? I don't know where you were going with that.

    If they'd been polite, it would've stopped there, yes.

    I'm looking at your post history and it is:
    I don't see how that jives with your accounting. It looks like you posted it again after removal, posted it to r/Conspiracy, and left it up on r/Paranormal. That then got you a ban.

    Yes, I left it up, because posters are told not to delete and shortly thereafter threatened with banning. So I attached an apologetic note instead.

    Not that I would expect this mod to know what his automod text says; he doesn't even know what his subreddit description says.

    Not having your question answered on your personal arbitrary timeline is not carte blanche to do whatever you want without consequence.

    No shit. Reposting was an accident. At most, I think a temporary suspension would be reasonable.

    Anyway, now I see what the author has been dealing with!

    I think the discussion has run its course. Ban appeal denied.

    Pre-emptively muted me after that textwall. But he's right, there's nothing to discuss with illiterates.

    On the bright side, I can now say without any sour grapes that I see no use for the r/Paranormal sub. Looking at the "Hot" view, it really is just basic "I saw this" posts.

    Meanwhile the reception at r/Conspiracy is intelligent and cordial; a clear difference in IQ. I love the r/Conspiracy mod's name: "Amos Quito". Turns out mods can be smart and courageous.

    Ah, that must've been what set the "other mod" off: the adjective "unintellectual". The stupid always know. "Go post in r/Books, dweeb."

    Anyway, to the original infraction: I'm not paid by the author. I read his book for free on Kindle Unlimited. I linked to his site due to his SEO obscurity and as reader courtesy, but in the future I'll merely specify the book title and author name on Reddit. Not that it would've helped here.
    [2022-02-28 Mon 00:11]

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