posted on Sep, 9 2010 @ 01:59 PM
reply to post by HappilyEverAfter
You see how its not just a triangle and actually a full pyramid with cap stone illuminated? Add to the fact the context from the scene and wow.
Clearly a message being sent by someone. By who? Who knows. Can only guess and speculate.
I understand the cyberdyne logo is a triangle. I'm going to state this over and over because some of you seem to think you solved the mystery, when
in reality you failed completely.
No one is insinuating this is actually illumanti placing this in the film. I believe it is FAR more likely it is someone like us trying to get a
message out, and using symbolism we identify with to get our attention.
Some of you seem to be locked on to one element of this image, instead of seeing all the elements as a whole. Interesting question, what programmed
your brain to focus on only 1 part of the image when as a whole it is far more interesting? So this is an explanation for the "its a triangle"
people... What I am seeing is the triangle is the center of a bigger picture which includes the lines from the hall and the light coming off top. When
all of it is placed together what you have is a pyramid with a capstone separated from the top, with light comming off of it. The cap stone is
blurred, and it is through this movie magic that it appears to be the same cap stone as the back of the dollar bill. Through the blurring a central
object is defined in the triangle. The fact that the illuminati symbolism appears in this movie as the cyborg is walking into the brain center of
skynet for a long speech about the purpose of his existence for skynet is what made this stand out and worthy of being brought to attention. I have
not yet seen anyone make mention of this, I believe I'm the first to discover it. I hope others find it as intriguing as I did.
On another note it was sad to find that so many did not see the complete pyramid and only saw the cap stone. I was hoping for someone else to see what
I saw and lead the discussion.
This is not a stretch, it's a simple observation. Argument of what I see vs. what you see is not relevant. If you don't see what I do then it's
probably for a reason.