The efforts to discredit John Walson's astrophotography are intensifying. It seems rather obvious that certain powers do not want his material to proliferate...even to be seen and considered by those who are honestly skeptical.
Up until now, Walson has been sending in edited pieces - not raw footage - of spacecraft he has videotaped. He has edited out all the zooms and pans and unnecessary video activity. This time, in answer to the debunkers - paid military and government, and otherwise - he shows us the full process of capturing a 'star' and zooming in on it...and revealing what it really is.
One of the chief debunking efforts has come from a source who has made videos of handmade tinfoil 'spacecraft.' Using a couple of lights, and keeping the camera lens in soft focus, this source is claiming to have 'proven' John Walson's videos are faked.
Unfortunately, the debunkers are not smart enough to figure out that Mr. Walson could present his video footage showing him fully zooming in and out on the objects in orbit above us. The debunker's claims are disabled completely by the following series of stills from a Walson video of a 'star' which, when zoomed in on, reveals itself to be anything but a star. There are also many actual stars to be seen behind the spacecraft in Walson's videos.
John also reports that he is being continually hacked...and now has compiled complete records of the hacker's computers and IPs. It is interesting to note how far debunkers will go to smear the work of others. And then there are others who will simply steal the work of genuine researchers on the net and try to sell it for profit. These kinds of things happen all the time now. Theft and plagiarism are some of the lowest and most vile forms of human criminal behavior.
Here now is a fascinating still frame sequence from another
brand new John Walson video showing a typical 'star' in the heavens. You
can then watch how, as he zooms in on it, the 'star' resolves progressively
into an intelligently-made machine of some kind. See for yourself...