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Originally posted by rory the reality don
this clearly has nothing to do with the occult or any 'wierd' thing.
its a recenntly built doorway straight into a wall.
or maybe it really is some kind of a 'stargate'...come on, get a grip! if you really want to believe in some occult mystery there are much more plausible inexplcable things to look at.
Originally posted by lordtyp0
Anyone else find it odd that the upper disc extends above the wall, yet appears to have no wear and tear (The wall immediately to the right and left is crumbling).
The themes of it are also odd, like an amalgam of seemingly random symbolism.
(First thoughts on the individuals, without basis of research-just what hops out at me).
Statues almost look Persian/Zoroastrian in design though second glance it seems like its a modern stylization (re: Clash of the Titans).
Hebrew text combined with Greek planetary symbols makes me think someone was combining elements of Greek pantheistic mysticism with seemingly kabbalistic aspects...
My first thought is someone building a custom garden design/decoration meant to raise eyebrows but not for any real purpose. I've seen similar around Salt Lake (usually design mixes of Zen and Native American though). Mind you this is all out of the proverbial arse, it just doesn't strike me as an authentic artifact.
Originally posted by Rhain
reply to post by AshleyD
It means Lord God in Hebrew.
Source - 3/4 of the way down the page.