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Originally posted by Brock Landers
You pretty much took the word right out of my mouth. Well I can't explain the photo either, except that it's probably a carwash from 1935 or something. And "Undo" may have subconcious fears of being eaten by a pixel to death.
Originally posted by k3il
but seriously. to look at this picture and see reptiles eating people's heads is pure insanity. seriously.
Originally posted by undo
oh, here are the same things on the switchboard looking thing attached to the pressure chamber thing.
still look like lightbulbs?
Originally posted by Ambergambler
Originally posted by David2012
I didn't find the lizard eating girl.. really can't imagine where you got that from out of this image.
The reptilian undo is seeing is the top row third pic from the right, the reptilian its a side profile, looking towards the right of the screen, looks like it has one long arm around a woman with long hair who's head is face down on the " reptilians left shoulder". I dont know if thats what its supposed to be, but I can see what Undo says shes seeing.
Sometimes, during the summer - I will sit outside and look up at the sky and watch the clouds... and sometimes I can see things that resemble various configurations of reality based optics... such as a face, a bird... or whatever your mind attributes the 'formations' to be able associate itself with.
The blocky image that was posted, along with some of the various other photos seem to fit the 'cloud watching' scenario...
Originally posted by 12m8keall2c
Here's the "reptilian" image ... IF I'm not mistaken.
As for the portion you've linked to, I'm not sure how you're seeing a "building", "signs", or for that matter much of anything in either one.
[edit on 1/2/2007 by 12m8keall2c]
Originally posted by Becker44
May want to check your link. All I'm getting is a highly pixelated grouping of gray scales. Is it just me?