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Originally posted by Cythraul
(I did a search but was surprised not to find this already posted somewhere on ATS - correct me if I'm wrong)
Take a look at this picture... really analyse it, and then share what you see...
Now consider that this is taken from a UK Sociology exam paper provided by awarding body WJEC. The actual paper can be seen here. The question/illustration is on page 10.
I can share what hidden messages I'm aware of in the photo, but it won't take the sharp minds here at ATS long to find them (particularly given the forum that I've posted this in).
I'd like to know who drew this and when. The exam paper credits the illustration to 'toy advertising', but what toy? What company?
EDIT TO ADD: Here is the article which brought this to my attention. It would be great if you could share your own interpretations of the picture before visiting the link.
edit on 15/2/2012 by Cythraul because: To upgrade picture to a clearer one and add a link.
Originally posted by butcherguy
The girl looks like a chimpanzee...
Originally posted by torsion
and also here -
Originally posted by wmd_2008
YET another disingenuous OP on a 9/11 thread why didn't you just show the questions from the paper obviously they didn't suit your agenda!!!!!
Originally posted by 4hero
This may be nothing but the rolling up of the boys pants/trousers might hold some significance?
Thanks for your email.. I haven't gone over all the comments in the thread on the website as yet.. But a lot of the observations are true. I loaded the image with as many 911 signifiers as possible.. I'll post an explanation of the piece over the weekend onto the site.
Thanks again for bringing this to my attention
Sent from my iPhone
> Hi Ben...
> Something awkward has arisen in the world of conspiracy. Retort Magazin at some point brought your "Armageddon" work with the two kids playing with blocks and a plane.
> The copyright statement said beneath that it was made in 2001, but there's no precise date attached to it.
> Later the image appeared in some exam paper and that sparked the conspiracy community.
> I belong to the camp that says that if the case is that you made this work in 2001 that you probably were inspired by the tragic event in the states. Others claim that you foreshadowed the event and that there are too many coincidences in the artwork:
> -block towers where one has begun to fall
> -the armageddon text
> -the cut out people
> -the colors of the boys clothes
> -the boy's haircut
> People see a lot... but you seem to be the only one that can confirm wether or not there's anything to it.
> Thanks for your time.
Originally posted by harryhaller
5. the artist is a sick man (see other art, loaded with sexuality, violence and various perversions)
Originally posted by flice
I'll be looking forward to see what he writes on his site on this