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PostPosted: Tue Aug 21, 2007 1:29 pm 
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This came from NASA's image PIA06760 at this link:
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Could this be a horse or bull?

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I'm sorry the last four or five pictures are from NASA's image PIA06770

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these are wonderful! the problem, for me, is that i don't trust human perception. pattern recognition is an evolutionary tool that has been VERY successful for our species. http://www.summum.us/philosophy/phi.shtml
this link, while not strictly or closely related to this thread...is related to this thread...and to "bible code" and intelligent design, physics, existence, evolution..well everything. the golden mean is everywhere...so patterns are everywhere...whether those patterns were organized by a sentient outgrowth of the "all", a non-sentient outgrowth, a strictly physical/planetological event(s). the patterns are there to be observed, but it is when we ascribe meaning to the observation of those patterns that we start to err (or ...maybe, that is! :)


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Thanks for your opinion ThaRevrendAl. My wife thinks the same as you. She says she sees some things but then again says they could be tricks of lightening. I of course disagree as I have found many pictures with the same theme. Demons, wild life and especially sea creatures.

I have never been very religious but after looking at the thousands of pictures and seeing these demon creatures it got me to looking at things in the bible. One thing that is clear is there was a flood and many pictures look like debree fields. One thing is NASA is not making this easy and the pictures are obviously sub par for what they actually have. Black and white photos where many things have been intentionaly blurred out.

I believe that this flood may have happened before even Adam and Eve. I think that Satan ruled Mars until he rebeled against god and god destroyed the civilization that was enslaved up there.

I'll post the pictures I think show Satan shortly.

(Edited by Rota at 2:03 pm on Aug. 21, 2007)


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There are two other carving on the PIA06760 picture. This one is not as spectacular looking as the first image but it is my personnal favorite. When you first look at it you see the face on the left but if you look real close and possibly blow the picture up you'll see a hidden picture on the top right of an Eagle. Below the Eagle is the tree branch it is perched on.

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This one was smaller and further away than the others. If you look at it in the full NASA picture there is more to it than I am displaying here. All in all it's just another face on the left with what I think is a swaord coming out the side near the mouth toward the left. It may be hard to see.

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Wow, I posted a link over at this forum:
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I've]http://www.godlikeproductions.com/index.p....

I've[/url] never seen a thread drop so fast.....within minutes it was way off the front page but yet had many more views than the threads that were jumping ahead of it. Threads from the third page were coming to life all of a sudden. Weird.


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Hi! New here!

Anyway....

My big issue with ALL presumed carvings etc. on Earth and Away is that that I tend to do what the Rev mentioned above. For one who thought she had so little imagination as a child, I find myself seeing images in the clouds, in the pictures provided with suggestions of others...even in texture of paint and ceilings! Most often I see faces. Your image suggesting the face at the left totally makes sense.

But then, I see the man in the moon too...

Just a note to the 3 that I see posting here, I read Z.S. as a teenager questioning all and knowing very little. I have picked up the interest time and again. For now, my position most reflects this quote from Aristotle:

It is the mark of the educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.

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yeah, aristotle! he's no socrates, but who is?
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Yea, Aristotle - but Soc was a total fraud.


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...but the socratic method of inquiry is so handy.
i'm curious about how socrates is a fraud. i thought he was kind of a punk for drinking the hemlock, but a fraud? ( i gotta say, i'm excited aobut this. i never considered the stylized image of socrates i carry in my head. i'm a philosophy minor, for doG's sake! ensnared in the traps of regurgitated thought constructs. ) cast a little light for me, PP!


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TRA: I'm all for questioning to the void - both for more specificity and for additional data of the same specificity. But the Socratic method was the manipulative questioning OF intellectual voids, leading them to whatever conclusions he wished. And since they were part of it, they "owned" the conclusions - saps that they were.

He often spoke spontaneously about subjects from his audience. He'd start down a logic path on a subject and his quick mind would forsee a logic gap, so he'd switch to path B, backing up in the logic to establish seeming relevance, proceed past the A-gap, and then switch back to path A. On occasion, he used 3 or 4 parallel paths to overcome logic gaps and still get to the self-desired conclusion.

He used several such argument tricks or gimmics, including turning adjectives into nouns - or worse, into Absolutes, e.g. "beautiful" into "Beauty". In "The Speech of Socrates in the Symposium", Plato says he told the story of a female seer who told him how to come to know "Beauty". It was a 7-step process, not to be typed out here. But therein, he gave away his plot. He went on for more than a dozen pages about a beautiful body - which turns out to be a 15 year-old boy, a student in the Academy - most likely Plato.

Socrates the questioner begat Plato the rationalist who begat Aristotle the empiricist and realist and each of the successors faithfully used the logic gimmics of his teacher and invented a few more of their own. Their audiences were uneducated and had no critical thinking skills. But today's Ph.D. professors of philosophy still teach the Greek B.S. to their gullible students as if were Gospel.

Gawd, I was wondering which is worse - being a reverend or being a philosopher - when I thought, "OH, NO! The REVEREND AL is BOTH! Saturated with false constructs!" :-)


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