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Mysterious Ghost Cities Floating Over China

Recently, a mysterious city appeared to float over the city of Foshan in the Guangdong province of China which was recorded on video and reported on the local news. At first thousands reportedly saw the ghostly alien city floating, few days later people in the province of Jiangxi, China, also reported seeing a similar cloud city. Apparently, this is not the first time a floating ghost city was seen by Chinese residents. In 2011 a ghost city was seen by many Huanshan City residents who were able to take numerous clear pictures because the mysterious vision occurred well before nightfall. The images clearly showed buildings, structures and trees. Many believed this was a window to a parallel universe, but Weather experts have explained the phenomena as natural mirage, an optical illusion called Fata Morgana.

Fata Morgana can be seen on land or sea and involves the optical distortion and inversion of distant objects such as boats, which can appears as skyscrapers because the images become stacked, when rays of light bend as they pass through air of different temperatures such as in a heat haze.
Ghost City floating over Jiangxi, China

However,despite the simple explanation, the latest sightings have got conspiracy theorists excited.

YouTube channel Paranormal Crucible said in a video report: 'The footage captured by a local resident appears to show a huge city floating in the clouds

'The apparition, which was witnessed by hundreds of shocked residents, only lasted a few minutes before completely disappearing.'

The channel speculated it could be 'the result of a project blue beam test.'

Project Blue Beam is a conspiracy theory which claims Nasa will someday simulate an alien invasion of Earth or second coming of Christ through holograms.

Serge Monast, a conspiracist from Quebecois, first predicted in the 1980s it would happen by 1983, 1996 and then 2000.


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