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Machu-Picchu Angel!

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posted on Sep, 13 2009 @ 03:07 PM
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Originally posted by atrofi
reply to post by theSeeker84
 


Nice work! But the thing is... The little girl was not there at all from the beginning, it was a man and a woman on a trip, then they snapped this photo, one of the on one of them... I´m trying to get more info about this case, but, like i said, there is no girl in the shot, it is a case of Paradolia, a cool one to!


I thought you knew "nothing about this pic"?


Did somebody later say that the two people didn't notice her while taking the pix?
I suppose anything is possible, but you should never rely on hearsay. It's not wise.




posted on Sep, 13 2009 @ 03:16 PM
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Bah, i don´t realy care, i belive that this is a rock and trees situation, i did not knew about it when i first posted it, but after asking around the most people belived that there was no girl around the time or place when the pic was taken, i wanted to do the same, i choose to belive this is paradolia but most of you don´t, so, who cares?



posted on Sep, 23 2009 @ 01:17 PM
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off-topic post removed to prevent thread-drift


 



posted on Oct, 4 2009 @ 03:06 PM
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Using the psychological term paradolia to debunk images captured on a photo is just plain dishonest when the image is so clear - so plain - so obvious - that only those in perpetual denial of a spiritual dimension to life would attempt to deny what their eyes tell them. Yes, paradolia does happen, but anyone with an iota of common sense can distinguish visual illusions from anomalous images if they study the image thoroughly enough instead of shouting "paradolia" every time they see something in a photo that should not be there. That so many random visual elements would arrange themselves to create by chance a human image like this girl is about as plausible as a junk yard re-assembling itself into a Boeing 747. But, then, some to prefer to believe in the impossible because they always feel threatened whenever their cozy notions of reality get threatened by photos of ghosts and UFOs. Once it was swamp gas, now it is paradolia serving as an catch-all explanation of all photographic evidence of the paranormal


[edit on 4-10-2009 by micpsi]



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