I agree with all of those here who think that FACE that Mike found looks like a lion... it's pretty clear to me that that what it resembles!!
Are you going to contact an attorney to copyright it for you?? I would do that if I were you.. you found it and if I ever see anyone on the net
posting this FACE who is not giving you credit for finding it, I'll be the first one to let you know. This is groundbreaking find MIKE!! Great
As a side note, I just want to add that I see a lot of faces like the one that you found in my own work .... they are human looking yet, in that space
right above the upper lip and below the nose, it looks like that of a lion. I've always found this very perplexing and now seeing this same thing in
your FACE that you found on Mars, really through me for a loop!!
In a change of subject:
Also, thanks Mike for posting that mirror image of the Face on Mars. Right off the bat when looking at it, it looked to me like it needed to be
flipped vertically because that's how my brain was registering the face in that 'mirror' image and I was wondering if any other researcher out
there did that also after they 'mirrored' that face and saw what I saw.
As it turns out, a number of researchers did, in fact, do that and I must say, I was quite impressed by their results because it looks like one
version of a Grey! I see this very clearly!
At any rate, the artist in me sometimes likes to see what a FACE that's somewhat eroded on one side would look like as a full face and mirroring an
image like that sometimes helps to be able to see that.
-- much like the way forensic specialists will have an artist complete an incomplete face in a photo of a suspect just to have some idea what that
person might look like in order to ID him and so on... So in this sense, mirroring a face where only half of that face is seen in frontal view in a
photo, for example, is a routine task for forensic ID purposes.
The same goes for those less than complete landscape FACES.. it's a curiosity thing for me, but I think some of us just want to see what a FACE would
look like as a full FACE instead of one that's partially blacked out by shadows or erosion. To me, it's just part of the process of analyzing such
So here's what we are finding with the Cydonia Face on Mars... If, for example, part of that FACE was not blacked out by a shadow or eroded on one
side like it is now where instead we were actually seeing a full face, depending on which direction one is viewing that FACE, we would be seeing a
different face from each opposite direction.
In other words, if one is viewing that FACE from the North (for ex.), one will see what looks like a regular humanoid FACE .. but, if one is viewing
that FACE from the opposite direction, one will see what looks like what some call a Grey Alien!
So to me, the Cydonia Face on Mars is not just one FACE, but two because it all depends on which direction one is viewing that FACE and to me, that's
amazing! I honestly believe that that FACE was INTENTIONALLY created to be like that.
In my view, by completing an incomplete FACE like this, it's taking the analysis of that FACE to the next level. It's all just part of what I
consider to be a more complete analysis of that FACE. Afterall, all of these landscape FACES were created as full FACES... we can see that very
clearly. So by mirroring a FACE, we are seeing what it looked before one side of it started to erode...
And also.. if one side of it is blocked by a shadow, by mirroring the side that we DO see, we can then see that same FACE as it really looks.
[edit on 23-12-2007 by Palasheea]