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One afternoon while sitting in a Nursing Home visiting with my mother in law, I've noticed something appear on the wall. A fairly large circle with wide "zebra stripes" within the circle. The circle did not move and disappeared after a minute or two. I was not on any medication etc and have not seen anything like it since. Thanks.

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Did it look like this?  A bad Omen!  A very bad omen, indeed.  You will soon be visited by a Herbalife salesman.  He will not take "No" for an answer.  Buy plenty of toilet paper, while you still can.

circle stripes

OHNO!

Most likely the sun reflecting through a glass or jar or something.

If a little knowledge is a dangerous thing, then that makes me a burning truck filled with TNT hurtling through a rocket fuel depot.

I would not sweat this, I agree that is was most likely a trick of light reflecting off of something. Especially if you have not seen it since the nursing home

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