I’ve been putting off posting this, because I figure everyone must be posting it, but it’s so dang cool, I just couldn’t resist any more. This was captured on January 28, 2011, at Jerusalem’s Dome of the Rock. I haven’t done too much in the way of searches to see if there’s much clamoring over claiming “Hoax!”, but I’m not seeing that. I did find this Fox article.
It would seem to me, hoaxes obviously notwithstanding, that who or whatever is responsible for this, “they” wouldn’t be in the habit of making “mistakes,” so one would have to assume there’s significance associated with the location of this incident. It’s fascinating and I’ve personally never seen anything like this before, though, apparently, several tourists in the area claim to have seen similar in Mississippi.
I would hope that this time something more of note will come from this, instead of things just getting lost in the white noise of more news and becoming quickly forgotten, like the buzz over the UFO that flew in the background of President Obama’s inauguration (curiously the YouTube video associated with this incident was “terminated.” Interesting…).
In any event, make up your own mind, but I don’t hear anyone loudly disputing it.
From the Examiner.com.