posted on Jan, 11 2016 @ 03:38 AM
a reply to: Logiciel
According to this, that latitude and longitude would be in Turkey - link
So, the "Alg" can't be Algeria, if the numbers are correct, and refer to the coordinates. I wonder if the "80x80" is a reference to the scale, as in
80 miles by 80 miles, or something of that sort. Or feet, or whatever. Hard to say, without knowing the scale of anything in the picture.
The border almost looks like it was drawn on, to show an area of interest. Why they have the circles at the corners, I can't say, unless they were
connecting four points of interest, and showing that all four formed a square. I am not sure what to make of the whatever-it-is in the center, the
circles and wedge. With more circles, I'd say it looked like Minas Tirith. Only two, though, so I don't know. Hard to tell, looking online, if that
is drawn on or some actual structure in the picture itself. Can you tell looking at the original? From what I can see, it looks like they drew a
circle around an actual object - the center bit - and then another around that, with the wedge-shaped "arrow" for emphasis. So, overall, it looks
like four points of interest somehow form the corners of a square with some unknown object in the middle. Or, maybe, there are four points from which
to attack said center location.
I see, upon reading, that some think it looks like a tomb. Could be. Those coordinates aren't Algeria, though, so does anyone know of that sort of
tomb is found in Turkey as well?