posted on May, 28 2009 @ 09:34 AM
If this is a case of pareidolia ('fake recognition',en.wikipedia.org...
), then it's a special one.. I can't see anything at
all. Not even if I try (btw, there is a HUGE blur on the photo!)
Lets assume you're not delusional nor lying, then we should be able to see some creatures. But when these creatures are supposed to .. interjoin? -
then we can't identify them by normal physical appearances.. no eyes, noses, mouths, elbows etc. to spot. They don't even eat, why would they need
So apart from seeing only branches, I wouldn't know what to look for. I've been looking at the areas you marked, but I really just see marks with
branches inside them.
If you know how to work with a layered image manipulation program (e.g. GIMP, photoshop) you could draw what you think you see on top of it. At least
then we would be able to see what you think we are supposed to see. (See, I want to believe - just not getting anywhere ;])
Btw, props on going to a shrink just to be sure, that's a sane thing to do. Although the shrink that dismissed you based on the photo alone acted a
bit strange (he should've listened to the story, that's actually mandatory), but yeah, they do get a lot of patients who need treatment badly and
you're most definitely not in that group.
So.. what are we supposed to be looking for? Does it make sense to look for limbs? Or ears? Or a neck? And what color? Are they transparent? If so,
[edit on 28-5-2009 by scraze]