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03-31-2017, 11:30 AM #1
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A confused young man was found wandering the streets in Kiev. His clothes were fifty years out of fashion. He carried an old model camera which appeared brand new. His name was Sergei Ponomarenko and the authorities were dumbfounded by his documents, issued to him decades before Ukraine gained its independence from the Soviet Union.

In 2006 Sergei Ponomarenko was arrested for vagrancy in the capital of Ukraine and given a psychiatric evaluation. The receptionist didn't like him. She was on her cell and Sergei kept looking for the telephone cord.

He refused to release his grip on the camera. Psychiatrist Paul Krutikov was a hobbyist photographer also, and he recognized the camera model. It was a Yashimaflex, the first model ever manufactured by the Japanese company. Sergei said he was born in 1932 but he was only twenty-five years old.

He said he was taking pictures in Kiev when he saw a strange object in the sky. Krutikov asked, "Do you mean a UFO?" Sergei answered, "All I want to do is go home. What is a UFO?" The flying object was in the shape of a bell. The next thing he knew, he was lost in a capital city which he no longer recognized. The psychiatrist convinced Ponomarenko that his film should be developed. The shiny camera was handed over to the doctor.

After about an hour the evaluation was over and Krutikov released him to state custody. That's when Krutikov and his receptionist both noticed that the clocks in the office were all running behind by about one hour.

The Yashimaflex camera used old-fashioned medium format film. It was not easy to find a developing cannister that fit the size of the negative film. Krutikov was lucky to find one at a second-hand store. The negatives contained markings that prove the film was manufactured in 1958 and the photos appeared to match this time period. The last exposure was of the bell-shaped UFO reported by Ponomarenko.

Somehow Sergei escaped the custody of the authorities even though he was being held in a room with iron bars on the window. The police were alerted to apprehend him on sight but they never got the chance. It was assumed he made a border crossing into Russia and his story never even made the newspapers. However in the memoirs of Paul Krutikov published after his death, the psychiatrist revealed the rest of his investigation into the man out of time.

One of the black & white pictures was of an old street in Kiev which Sergei had given as his address. There were other photographs of his house and front yard, and a picture of a young woman who must have been the girlfriend he talked about, whose name was Valentine Kulish. The psychiatrist tracked her down and was only a little surprised when he came face to face with a woman who looked much older than her photograph, being a grandmother 74 years of age. Valentine confirmed that in the late fifties, Sergei did vanish for one week. When he returned to her, he refused to explain his absence.

The only explanation offered by the doctor was that the sighted UFO somehow shared a time distortion field with Sergei's body, as evidenced by the stopping of clocks in the office, and his disappearance from a locked holding cell, and his return to his own time.

Krutikov was allowed access to police archives. Ponomarenko had crossed paths with the authorities two more times after returning home. At age 46 he was arrested for drunk and disorderly conduct. The file contained a mug shot of Sergei as an older man. The record also showed he passed away three months later in 1978. He expired when the car he was driving ran off road and crashed into a tree.

source: video above.

interesting case although there are some conflicting parts to the story told here and other sources.

post your time traveler stories here! hyper.gif
03-31-2017, 01:07 PM #2
JayRodney ⓐⓛⓘⓔⓝ
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I have not had time to watch the video or read the post. coffeetime.gif
The topic is interesting as there are a few documented inexplicable cases of out of place people.
I'll add more as time permits.

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03-31-2017, 05:17 PM #3
JayRodney ⓐⓛⓘⓔⓝ
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Okay, I saw the video.
Somewhat plausible, but the mechanical clocks running backwards in the office... come on.
They are mechanical devices not some quantum atomic clock chronometer like sensing devices ffs.
That's the hardest part to swallow and sort of punches a hole in the story. 13.gif

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03-31-2017, 06:37 PM #4
Octo Mother Superior
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Yes I think you're right. Mechanical clocks wouldn't start going backwards and if time jumped back 1 hour it would undo everything that transpired during that hour.

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03-31-2017, 07:17 PM #5
Adde All in Moderation
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I've read quite a few interesting time travel stories, but there's never been any real proof. I'll have to watch the video after I get out of work. It's Friday beercheer.gif
03-31-2017, 07:25 PM #6
Cynicalabsurdance Member
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The Clocks did not regress ,,,

actually , Time Slowed down while the kid was there ,

I experienced the same phenomenon while in the
Templar Vault .

Outside the Vault , my Dad's watch revealed it was 2:34 pm

I entered the Vault at 11:10 am ,

Inside , less that an Hour had Passed , outside ,,, 3 hours had passed .

How is it Possible ?

Answer I was given : " The Vault is within a Vortex "

" Time slows down inside it "

1986 was the year ,,,

after 30 years of pondering it ,,,

My conclusion is ,,

I slipped out of one Dimension ,,, into another .

For the Vault is not physically there in this Dimension .

Aspects ,,,

Thin Vail between Worlds .
03-31-2017, 07:29 PM #7
JayRodney ⓐⓛⓘⓔⓝ
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Okay, the clock running backwards was just not in the realm of believable.
The event was shitally depicted in the video. chuckle.gif

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04-01-2017, 02:22 AM #8
Kreeper Griobhtha
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(03-31-2017, 01:07 PM)JayRodney Wrote:  I have not had time to watch the video or read the post.  coffeetime.gif
The topic is interesting as there are a few documented inexplicable cases of out of place people.
I'll add more as time permits.

We are counting the minutes...

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What politics from both sides wants to teach us is that things are never complex. If you have your little package and something doesn't fit into that package, You don't know what to make of it so you want to dismiss it or then you will have to do the work of reconsidering your assumptions. - Michael Malice
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04-01-2017, 09:35 AM #9
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(03-31-2017, 11:30 AM)failboat Wrote:  
Quote:

A confused young man was found wandering the streets in Kiev. His clothes were fifty years out of fashion. He carried an old model camera which appeared brand new. His name was Sergei Ponomarenko and the authorities were dumbfounded by his documents, issued to him decades before Ukraine gained its independence from the Soviet Union.

In 2006 Sergei Ponomarenko was arrested for vagrancy in the capital of Ukraine and given a psychiatric evaluation. The receptionist didn't like him. She was on her cell and Sergei kept looking for the telephone cord.

He refused to release his grip on the camera. Psychiatrist Paul Krutikov was a hobbyist photographer also, and he recognized the camera model. It was a Yashimaflex, the first model ever manufactured by the Japanese company. Sergei said he was born in 1932 but he was only twenty-five years old.

He said he was taking pictures in Kiev when he saw a strange object in the sky. Krutikov asked, "Do you mean a UFO?" Sergei answered, "All I want to do is go home. What is a UFO?" The flying object was in the shape of a bell. The next thing he knew, he was lost in a capital city which he no longer recognized. The psychiatrist convinced Ponomarenko that his film should be developed. The shiny camera was handed over to the doctor.

After about an hour the evaluation was over and Krutikov released him to state custody. That's when Krutikov and his receptionist both noticed that the clocks in the office were all running behind by about one hour.

The Yashimaflex camera used old-fashioned medium format film. It was not easy to find a developing cannister that fit the size of the negative film. Krutikov was lucky to find one at a second-hand store. The negatives contained markings that prove the film was manufactured in 1958 and the photos appeared to match this time period. The last exposure was of the bell-shaped UFO reported by Ponomarenko.

Somehow Sergei escaped the custody of the authorities even though he was being held in a room with iron bars on the window. The police were alerted to apprehend him on sight but they never got the chance. It was assumed he made a border crossing into Russia and his story never even made the newspapers. However in the memoirs of Paul Krutikov published after his death, the psychiatrist revealed the rest of his investigation into the man out of time.

One of the black & white pictures was of an old street in Kiev which Sergei had given as his address. There were other photographs of his house and front yard, and a picture of a young woman who must have been the girlfriend he talked about, whose name was Valentine Kulish. The psychiatrist tracked her down and was only a little surprised when he came face to face with a woman who looked much older than her photograph, being a grandmother 74 years of age. Valentine confirmed that in the late fifties, Sergei did vanish for one week. When he returned to her, he refused to explain his absence.

The only explanation offered by the doctor was that the sighted UFO somehow shared a time distortion field with Sergei's body, as evidenced by the stopping of clocks in the office, and his disappearance from a locked holding cell, and his return to his own time.

Krutikov was allowed access to police archives. Ponomarenko had crossed paths with the authorities two more times after returning home. At age 46 he was arrested for drunk and disorderly conduct. The file contained a mug shot of Sergei as an older man. The record also showed he passed away three months later in 1978. He expired when the car he was driving ran off road and crashed into a tree.

source: video above.

interesting case although there are some conflicting parts to the story told here and other sources.

post your time traveler stories here! hyper.gif

This is Jesus walking on "water", what it means is that you travel to other points of time in the programming (yes it's all programmed in your consciousness) to do specific things. Actually, even this is a ruse for matrix energy harvesting because the basis is programming so they can move the programmed "goal" to where you are they just maintain the illusion deep into the walk with the "spirit". Basically do something Jesus related (feed, clothe "homeless") without knowing it's basically to harvest energy/put stuff in stores for some reason (probably someone in the hive wants it).

The point when the "spirit" doesn't remember you doing something before sends up the red flag...you know, YOU knowing more than "God". Oi vey; I guess most of us die/reincarnate before we get to this particular phase.

Truth...unfortunate truth.
04-01-2017, 05:56 PM #10
Cynicalabsurdance Member
Posts:10,569 Threads:240 Joined:Feb 2011
6 years later
and there's JESUS all over the forum Post ?

2000 years Later ,, and people still mention Jesus ?

counting the Minutes Kreeper ?

2000 years is a hell of a lot of Minutes .

GLP ban a bunch of Jesus freaks lately ?

where'd all these Jesus people come from ?

how can the be run out of here ?



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