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    Post Trans-Time Photography/Photographing the Far Past

    Did not know where to post this article, sorry if its not the right thread.
    http://educate-yourself.org/jt/Trans...ep15.shtml#top

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    Default Re: Trans-Time Photography/Photographing the Far Past

    Hi Chanda,

    Jane is also a member of PA.

    See her posts on the thread here

    http://projectavalon.net/forum4/show...ght=jane+tripp
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    Default Re: Trans-Time Photography/Photographing the Far Past

    This does look very interesting.
    However, all of the links to the pdf's mentioned are dead and the site just seems to be selling a book, for which there is no evidence of the huge claims made. If we are to be persuaded to purchase a book or believe that these claims are true then perhaps we could see one or two of the hundreds of 'time travel photos' to whet our appetite. Some links to actual photos would be good.
    Many thanks, Lancelot

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    I've just found her website. The free downloads are here.

    http://www.janetripp.com/the-pirates...the-proof.html
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    Quote Posted by breal (here)
    I've just found her website. The free downloads are here.

    http://www.janetripp.com/the-pirates...the-proof.html

    Does not seem accessible ... at least not at the moment?
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    I've just found her website. The free downloads are here.

    http://www.janetripp.com/the-pirates...the-proof.html

    Does not seem accessible ... at least not at the moment?
    Maybe she is uploading more information because there were moments I could open the PDF's when I tried and then other times when I couldn't?
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    Default Re: Trans-Time Photography/Photographing the Far Past

    Quote Posted by breal (here)
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    Quote Posted by breal (here)
    I've just found her website. The free downloads are here.

    http://www.janetripp.com/the-pirates...the-proof.html

    Does not seem accessible ... at least not at the moment?
    Maybe she is uploading more information because there were moments I could open the PDF's when I tried and then other times when I couldn't?
    Yeah seems ok now!
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    Default Re: Trans-Time Photography/Photographing the Far Past

    Hello Chanda! I just saw this post. I've not been here for a while as I've been busy writing a number of books (trans-time work and also a book with hundreds of my faery photos) and I tend to focus on what I'm doing - a bit of a workaholic!

    My web site gets a fair bit of interference so I keep my free work on an academic site as well where it's always available. You are welcome to download the book (and any others) about trans-time photography from the link below. In it is the section on Pompeii, with photographic images of the far past. It's called 'TV Ghosts', but has sections with far-past images.
    https://www.academia.edu/12020707/Pa...hy_-_TV_Ghosts

    As it happens I'm in the middle of a new full-length book about Pompeii and the surrounding areas and I've discovered many more wonderful images of people, buildings and scenes from AD 79. This work is very exciting and also very poignant and moving. Sorry I didn't see this before!

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