Today: Pope Francis worldwide in Vatican 3D TV Transmission – Project Blue Beam? – Apr 27, 2014
This is the kick-off for Project Blue Beam? It will be worth watching to see if they start a big campaign directed at the agenda of the secret societies.
Project Blue Beam is a theory that claims to implement a New Age religion with the Antichrist at its head and start a New World Order, via a technologically-simulated Second Coming.
VATICAN CITY – Pope Francis will become the first pontiff seen globally in 3D during the upcoming April 27 ceremony in St. Peter’s Square when two of his predecessors, John Paul II and John XXIII, will be canonised as saints.
The unprecedented double canonisation event will be produced in 3D by the Vatican TV Center (CTV) in a partnership with Rupert Murdoch’s Sky Italia, BSkyB and Sky Deutschland payboxes, and Sony. The ceremony will also be beamed into 3D movie theatres across Europe and in North and South America, in what is being touted as the first convergence of HD, 3D and 4K technologies for such a high-profile multimedia 3D event.
At a press conference in the Vatican, CTV chief Monignor Dario Vigano said the live transmission will require “more satellites than the Sochi Olympics.” Vigano underlined that the Vatican decided to offer the canonisation ceremony to the world in 3D in order to give people who would want to attend but cannot, for many reasons including economic ones, the chance to get a “fully immersive” experience.
The production will use 13 3D cameras positioned in spots that will give a unique and exclusive vantage point of St Peter’s Square. The HD feed will be carried by 100 broadcasters, including Italo pubcaster RAI, and viewed by an estimated 200,000 global TV audience.
The ceremony will also be beamed into 3D movie theatres across Europe and in North and South America, in which is being touted as the first convergence of HD, 3D and 4K technolgoes for such a high-profile multimedia 3D event.
The event is being produced by the Vatican Television Centre and will go out live on the Sky channels on Sunday.