2. Anchor Patterns
the interesting aspects of combined orthorotation into our normal
three-dimensional space and out of it from hyperspace is an anchorlike
pattern, shown in the next four pictures. Photo 1 was taken by Ira
Maxey, and it shows several tulpoidal forms, which are intersecting our
frame in a white or photon-emitting anchorlike pattern. The curved
part of the anchor pattern is due to the spinning or orthogonal
rotation, and the shaft portion intersects it at right angles. Note
also the clouds, whose water content is highly conducive to kindling of
the tulpoid―into the first
bioframe, in this case.
The second photo from Project Bluebook shows another
anchorlike tulpoid―this time the orthorotation is reversed, giving photon
absorption―moving through the sky over a dock area by the water.
The third photo, taken in Wales, is one of several which
clearly captured another anchorlike tulpoid in a photon-emitting mode.
The fourth photo, taken by Fay Clark in a darkened room, show
very similar photonic patterns being emitted by Ingo Swann's hands after
Swann was asked to try to produce energy to be photographed. In
the rightmost arc the shaftlike perpendicular bisector can be seen,
associated with Ingo's arm. Bioenergy and mind-energy are the
same, whether being emitted from a single human system/mind or from a