Originally posted by Mr Headshot
reply to post by Paradoxone
It could have been made last week.
Except it wasn't, and that's (almost) the whole point. While it would have made my job more difficult to maintain my position, I would still have
linked the two images, even if that lecture would have been shown only yesterday. But it wasn't, it predates the March 12/2012 sun spot.
You can't assume that a circle in a circle represents a planet with an atmosphere, much less, the Earth. And you can't assume that a circle
with squiggly lines around it is the sun.
Sure I can. It is fairly obvious what the drawing is showing, not even though, but because it is rather crude.
Your logic is poor, your argument is flawed at best and intentionally lazy and willfully ignorant at worst.
You are the one being willfully ignorant. The crudeness of the depiction makes it very easy to understand what is shown. Okay, then don't give me
your interpretation of what's shown, fine. At this point it doesn't matter anymore anyway.
Also, you fail to answer the original question I put forth to you, why is a triangle automatically a stargate?
And here comes my poor logic and flawed argument yet again:
Because I have the audacity to synchronistically link the depiction on the artifact and the triangular sun spot from March 12/2012. And since I
experience multilayered synchronicities almost on a daily basis, I kind of learned to trust my intuition on things like this.
And just as you don't want to justify your disbelief, I cannot lift your burden of proof for you. That's right, the burden of proof may lie on me,
but it is you who is burdened by the need of proof for something that is blatantly obvious for anyone who can connect the dots and sees the bigger
And even though the drawing is crude, the spaceship does look like it's flying out of the triangular sun spot, at least to me. Then I remembered
where I saw this sun spot before and linked it to the one from March 12/2012 - hence Star Gate. Plus I remember reading somewhere that suns are used
as star gates. Well, the very name Star Gate is a dead give away, if you ask me...
I'm not alone with this interpretation as can be seen from the comparison I posted. I didn't even need to do it myself, as someone had already
beaten me to the punch.