posted on Mar, 13 2006 @ 04:27 PM
The original post mentions nothing about Satanism or God or anything of that nature, so why would he bother to fake a picture and not even mention
half of the symbolism that appears in it. Okay, the old woman's hand gesture is somewhat blatent, but the Last Supper picture is so in the background
that you have to really search to even find it. Who would bother to paint a picture with Satan in it, just to put in this picture. And the fact is
that it had to actually be there, because the photo I recieved was an original straight out of the camera, without any editing. There is no way that
the Last Supper picture was edited with Photoshop or anything like that.
The other faces in the smaller mirror are, in my opinion, just tricks of light. The green smudges could simply be guacamole dip or wasabi, or a
similar food, etc. But who would actually draw a demon in their picture of the Last Supper, just to put in this picture???
And for the record, I wouldn't consider myself Christian, Satanist, or otherwise one to believe in Satan or God, or organised religion. The fact is
that stuff in this picture has correlations/links and symbolic representations of Christianity and Satanism. You don't have to believe in God or
Satan to see that these things are present in the photo.
Everything in this photo remains unprovable anyways, so it doesn't matter. Every single post on this thread has been pure speculation.
People are entitled to opinions.
When it comes down to it, there are only three possible outcomes for this picture.
1. The man in the mirror was actually alive and present
2. The man in the mirror is dead, but there is no ghost. It is simply another representation of him, like a picture on the wall, that was reflected
into the mirror.
3. The man is a ghost.
If the image is not of a ghost, there likely is no afterlife. If the image is of a ghost, then there likely isn't a heaven or hell, or God or Satan,
since the soul/ghost is not in heaven or hell, but in his own house. Unless the man is stuck in some sort of Purgatory. So the whole thing is a bit of
Anyway there either is a ghost, or there isn't. I agree that the religious overtones are just starting to confuse the whole thing. We will never
learn if there really is a ghost in this picture, nor anything else.
[edit on 13-3-2006 by Yarcofin]