reply to post by arianna
To be honest, this is one of the better images out there if you're interested in lunar anomalies.
Unlike many sanitized lunar images, this is chock full of them. It's actually hard NOT to see them in these images, but i notice as per usual,
posters can't see anything out of the ordinary.
Nobody is going to see anything their prejudices refuse their minds to see.
There is a technique to searching these images (i've spent years doing this), anyone who is ex-military will know the correct way to search, and
notice i said 'search' and not 'look'.
Appreciate the scale, (56 miles diameter), appreciate the play of light and shadow, DON'T 'look' - analyze, don't work from the center of the
image out, pick a corner and proceed to search incrementally in rows, up or down. Zoom in and out regularly to re-orientate perspective, and turn the
entire image left and right, and flip up and down. Ideally, use a programme that allow you to free rotate the image.
Looking at an image in negative view is often handy in defeating contrast 'issues'.
A programme specifically designed to enlarge an image is a good idea for examining 'possibles' more closely.
Most of all, TAKE YOUR TIME. If you're serious about anomaly hunting, an image such as this posted here, could easily consume a week of close
scrutiny to properly search it. Yes, that long.
A 10 or 20 second glance around won't do.
There are plenty of anomalous structures in a great many images of the moon, although of course no in all.
Most of it looks to be ancient and wrecked though, so i wouldn't worry too much about being invaded by anyone living there anytime soon.
If the Indian Vedas are correct (and with the fairly recent discovery of a 9,500 year old ancient underwater city being discovered of the coast of
Cambray (Gulf of Khambat), and they are increasingly looking as though they are historically accurate, Lunar warfare was going on 10 - 20 thousand
years ago, so many of the craters (of course, not all) may actually be weapons impacts.
But i digress...time, patience and dedication is the real key to finding ancient structures of the moon.
Thanks for posting.
BTW arianna, have a look at the crater top shelf wall, roughly central in the image...see the black figures (very reminiscent of aboriginal 'dream
time' god wall and rock art...only MUCH larger.
Keep your flames to yourselves folks, i kid you not, i have heard it ALL before. If you're not interested, or don't see (or don't want to see), do
me a favour and keep it to yourselves.