Ok, this is really cool, so I thought I would share, even though I saw this a long time ago. You really do need to take a good solid 30 or 40 second count though, you know, "one-thousand one, one-thousand two" etc. Follow the instructions and enjoy:
Yeah I saw this a long while ago too. It's pretty cool...I love eye tricks in general, even the 3D generated images..
I have seen the light......
Now I need to get that damn image out of my head. Oh well, more wine should do it.
Pass me a glass of water, Mark, I gotta friend who makes GREAT Merlot out of that stuff.
Now that is the kind of proof I am looking for. About 26 proof will do.......
BDazzler if your friend is who I think He is , he might be a freud because my scripture says merlot wasn't invented until 17th century. ( I hope your Friend can take a joke)
OMG! My boyfriend here could see it, but I could not. You think that means I have not 'been saved?' :0
Holy crap! It's Tom Cruise as he appeared in "Born on the Fourth of July" - how cool!
Holy Moly!!! neet but I had to chase him down to get a good look. lol
I have seen it, and it is really interesting that tells you what we believe? If we didn't believe it how could we see it? Is it the brain that plays tricks, or the spirit that convicts? Thanks for sharing it.
Really cool, now I feel a lecture coming on that I should share... anyone have a couple of hours to listen?
sorry to break it to you guys, but that is def the Predator - i recognize that mask and dreadlocks anywhere - ask ARnold he will confirm
Our little "eye" camera picks that up and that is the cooolest thing...made my day shadesbreath and believe, my day needed "making" LOL
(my two youngest sons got the pink slip from work yesterday...now joining the ranks of over 4 million workers unemployed....) sigh. ever onward....M
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