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    giant skull

    Hello

    But what a giant skull symbolizes the magic and wonder to the protection zone or practiced magic ritual

    Or frightened enemies and thieves
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    IN MY OPINION ONLY- photo shop is good but could use some polishing Eyes show no depth to anything nor the one nostril Whats the original look like?
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    i was thinking photoshop too

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    Quote Originally Posted by bjgiff View Post
    IN MY OPINION ONLY- photo shop is good but could use some polishing Eyes show no depth to anything nor the one nostril Whats the original look like?
    Photoshop is not my brother 's original 100/100

    It's probably symbolizes the range practicing witchcraft

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    Quote Originally Posted by celtic fox View Post
    i was thinking photoshop too
    Non Photoshop

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    Nice photos Juba II, keep them going, i have enjoyed seeing them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juba II View Post
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    Juba II, is that a Cyclops? A Third Eye? I know the translation is hard to over come. If it is a Cyclops. do you have a thought on its meaning?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dog, the treasure hunter View Post
    Juba II, is that a Cyclops? A Third Eye? I know the translation is hard to over come. If it is a Cyclops. do you have a thought on its meaning?
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    Did you mean cyclope that Antichrist his one eye

    There is this image and created too old I think that
    Cyclope or man
    Astronomer
    Came from the future


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    Quote Originally Posted by Juba II View Post
    Did you mean cyclope that Antichrist his one eye

    There is this image and created too old I think that
    Cyclope or man
    Astronomer
    Came from the future


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    Thanks Juba II, for those photos, thats very interesting, and i see that one eye. Iam having a hard time with the translation. The reason i asked was, i found what looks to be a giant cyclops in the mountain looking towards the north star. It looks to be very old. I dont want to post the photos yet because i havent worked it enough to put more things together on it. Thanks for those great photos and info..
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    Hi my friend

    At the moment, I will not have another photo site is 500 kilometers from me I think this faces symbolize the Kings zone

    Who says Yes to Asterisk ezees

    There is also another area far too where there are rocks sculpted

    Called cursed rock, where legend has it that they were humans turned into rocks

    I've not been located
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    Skulls were mainly used because they are easy to identify when made abstract, and they verify you are near a burial site. They have religious and sometimes other meanings, but so does everything else that was used. They can be all shapes and sizes, 1 foot to 100 feet. Sometimes they look, sometimes they are just supposed to be seen, sometimes they have other signs near them or that line up off them, alot of variation, there is not a single all encompassing or general meaning, other than my first sentence.

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    Eye of the Skull Video

    Near the Border of Mexico

    Projects a light / heart shaped window with the number "75" while illuminating the Eye of Ra giving a distance sign trail and a direction.

    Sun Symbols with shadow and shadow with sun. No sound during the beginning. 12/20/2015 Last Sunday. You have to watch the boring thing because at the end I show photo's of the Sun Sign and Eye of the Skull it's projecting out of.

    Enjoy.
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    Skulls are also important southern symbols of a cross. They symbolize Man and Death to any would be Treasure Hunters or Prospectors. Abstracts are the basis for the entire system so if you're looking for an exact replica of a perfect skull you're not going to find it. More than often you will find just the top of the skull with no jaw. All masked eyes symbols made from Lichen or shadow represent the Skull at a distance from the abstract "Mask Eyes".

    All signs and symbols carved in rock is either stacked as abstract's with many on top of the one of importance or they stand alone as profile face abstract's. That's why I coined the term

    "Abstract Free Mason Treasure Secretion System" or "Treasure Abstracting" years ago. I almost wrote a book about it. Stacked Abstracts are the hardest to see as they can be seen sometimes by eye but not with a photo so it makes the field research harder.

    Your right though, they do indicate a burial site but a full skull is a Southern Skull with a profile Skull usually showing signs adjacent to the Skull like the video I posted with the projecting sun and shadow numeral 75. That was found by using a ground "A" Map that had a white stone with a black lichen "75" on it. The white stone was laying on the ground "A" Map along side the point of the letter and the continuing trail was marked with a small bedrock heart with an "X" in it showing the continuing trail that lead me to the profile Skull. There was other things laid out that were important before this but I'm not at liberty to divulge that info.

    The Skull sun / shadow sign is a precursor to the larger round Skull at the final cross southern symbol. That is near two played out prospects both of which are lost leaders. It seems that whomever the party of Free Masons were they knew how to conceal their Treasures very carefully in the Mine from which it came.

    A Treasure Vault by Abstract Secretion in a Mine Tunnel.

    If you hide it people will seek it.



    Quote Originally Posted by Quinoa View Post
    Skulls were mainly used because they are easy to identify when made abstract, and they verify you are near a burial site. They have religious and sometimes other meanings, but so does everything else that was used. They can be all shapes and sizes, 1 foot to 100 feet. Sometimes they look, sometimes they are just supposed to be seen, sometimes they have other signs near them or that line up off them, alot of variation, there is not a single all encompassing or general meaning, other than my first sentence.

 

 
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