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    More than meets the eye...

    While I'm preparing specimens for their photoshoot... I thought I'd share this with you.

    You all know that wall in Peru? That wall that I believe is at Sacsayhuaman. Well here are two photos. One is the basic everyday picture. The next is the same picture, only I have enhanced it for your viewing pleasure.

    Now this only works if you really look at the image. You have to zoom in and LOOK AROUND. I have upscaled it so you can do so. You should view this on a large monitor (but we all know some will only use their phone and state that they don't see anything). I'm not going to tell you what to see... I want to see if you can do it on your own. It's OK to use your imagination. In fact you have to. The strange part is when others see the same things you do. This is not the same as looking at clouds, these images are fixed.

    Now I got to get these specimens with THE TREE photographed.

    I will say this... George Lucas has some splainin' to do.

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    My first impression is an owl or cat right in the center
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    I see lots of stuff , I see a stoner smoking some rock, Homer Simpson in the center . a puppy to the top right , a bird and many other things.
    I'm sure most of us can see something if we look long enough. BUT these are not some secret code or message from the past ,they are simply how our minds work .
    Last edited by ticndig; Nov 11, 2020 at 12:30 PM.

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    If I really look hard above I kinda see Darth Vader.

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    I see nothing but an amazing example of long days spent, hand grinding those huge stones to custom fit each other. All unskilled residents expecting their ration of corn, even today, should be assigned some such task. We could build huge stacks of stone with all of the available potential labor. Doesn't matter how long it takes.
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    I see ancient Aztec that translates to "eat at Joe's".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kray Gelder View Post
    I see nothing but an amazing example of long days spent, hand grinding those huge stones to custom fit each other. All unskilled residents expecting their ration of corn, even today, should be assigned some such task. We could build huge stacks of stone with all of the available potential labor. Doesn't matter how long it takes.
    I agree with your assessment. I am a mason and can tell you 1st hand the amount of skill and brutal labor involved in constructing a masonry wall without mortar or connecting devices would be an almost impossible task in todays world. If there is an image on the stone it eludes me.
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    I can imagine a head with a headdress facing left and looking down on the big stone, but it's probably the Sensimilla I just enjoyed.
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    I see dentures in a day....

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    I see a bearded man with a crown looking to the right...
    But then again I see all sorts of things in my bathroom tiles in the morning when I'm 'concentrating'.
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    Han in carbonite.

 

 

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