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Originally posted by ALightinDarkness
I think this is a very classic case of trying so hard to look for patterns, that you find them even when they do not exist.
Especially when you think of the premise: a pyramid is really a 3D image, and what you have is a 2D snapshot drawn by someone - why in the world is there any reason to think that people would go through massive conspiracies to lay out vague (and really, vague is generous) similarities to a 2D depiction of a 3D object.
Also, the depiction you use has lots of diagonal lines, which are the lines your trying to find similarities to in the pictures you show. Due to the nature of the world, there are many diagonal lines. There is no reason to believe this unusual. The world all has the same basic geometry due to nature - not a conspiracy.
Really, its so much of a stretch I'm not sure what else to say.
[edit on 20-6-2008 by ALightinDarkness]