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#184 - TheFunnyJunkie
Reply +38
(04/28/2012) [-]
cloud formation above Mt.Fuji.
#233 to #184 - fattyhasarrived
Reply +13
(04/28/2012) [-]
really? I thought that all cloud formations over japan looked like this...
#308 to #233 - anon
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(04/28/2012) [-]
Anyone else see a clown face?
#314 to #308 - matttboyagain
Reply -1
(04/28/2012) [-]
Noooooo. Really? Ya don't say!
#200 to #184 - jalthelas
Reply +4
(04/28/2012) [-]
The 3 layers above the bottom one all look exactly the same, except smaller.
#198 to #184 - mistahlegend
Reply +1
(04/28/2012) [-]
Really? I've seen that exact picture countless times, but it's only been the bottom layer. Not the other four. A source would be nice :D
#204 to #198 - TheFunnyJunkie
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(04/28/2012) [-]
As for a source, i copied the picture off of one of my friends facebook posts, this is what was posted with it:

Lenticular Cloud Formation over Mount Fuji.

This is a classic lenticular cloud formation from scalar waves emanating from the mountain. Mountains high in certain minerals such as basalt that contain superconducting monatomic elements (ORMUS), create the vortex-shaped waves which will slice up clouds into disks. The great pyramids mimic this, they are essentially manmade high ORMUS mountains. Google "lenticular clouds" and you'll see this on other sacred mountains.