Saturday, October 25, 2014

Anglican Communion Spotted?

Startling footage reveals what appears to be the Anglican Communion, hovering over the sea off the coast of Turkey.

The mysterious object was captured on film in 2008 and 2009 and seen by upwards of 20 people. Thanks to the footage being recorded by a camera capable of filming at 200 times optical, the Anglican Communion appears in great detail and seems to show what may be one or two occupants.

Turkey's National Council for the Study of Science and Technology analysed the video and determined in a report that the images of the strange craft were not a hoax.

"The objects observed on the images have a structure made of a specific material and are definitely not any kind of CGI animation or in any means a type of special effects used for simulation in a studio or for video effects. So the conclusion of this report is that the observations are not a model, marquette, or a fraud."


Fraud or not, the Anglican Communion has been missing, perhaps lost, since the 1970s.

Has it been found, at last?



Anonymous said...

Wasn't he in Bronski Beat, or have I confused him with someone else?

LL said...

I can only opine that you didn't use my sermonette as the principle subject of your fire and brimstone sermon today...

LSP said...

Well spotted, Anonymous!

LSP said...

Never miss an opportunity to preach against the "Pink Sig."