This is the color version of "Digital Moon" as I thought it would be important to see the color tints I used to make embedded images stand out.
Bret is strangely compelled to pursue research into space images of the moon. He founds the Lunar Anomaly Research Society and, along with other anomalists, peruses lunar and Mars imagery looking for structures, unnatural architecture and other types of anomalies. Then, he is confronted with an image that stirs his memory and he is seeing an image that he remembers seeing as a teenager in that darkened room. This sends him on a quest, looking for more of this surreal, embedded imagery that is found in hundreds of space mission photography. Over time, Bret becomes convinced he is seeing what may be extraterrestrial or extradimensional (ET/ED) beings in contact with humanity by embedding imagery into space photographs using advanced holographic technique.
We live in a naturalized matrix in which all things are possible, yet it seems that in any attempt to make sense of the non-consensual items, we loose the ability to communicate, because the arguments are set in a space of bias, and instilled thought, that is only part of our natural thought process. It seems to me, that early experiments into subconscious precognition and perception were not in vain after all. These processes are simply a natural part of human evolution. At one time, everyone had these abilities before science and religion put our perception of reality into a contrived box. These abilities lay dormant in the human bio-mind, as a reminder of our extraterrestrial influences of the meaning of life, the perception around us, and the nature or complexities of space. It is thought of today in absolutes to those in their programmed comfort zone. I think of this field as an illustrative deluge of thought that is in constant change within the light information of possibilities that can be deciphered from each individual.. This book is about my journey looking deeper into the meaning of embedded imagery within our space images. - Bret C. Sheppard