reply to post by arianna
The following are links to posts where you can claimed to be an expert, claimed to have special knowledge or experience:
It would appear that I am one of a few people who are able to see the structural objects after getting rid of 'mist' that covers the important areas.
The reason for this could possibly be that after many years of inspecting and examining images from the Moon and Mars that I am in the position of
knowing what to look for in the views.
Due to my previous experience in archaeology and anthropology.
I appreciate a number of viewers may be able to see what I see but many will not as the brain is not 'tuned-in' to the tell-tale signs or they simply
do not recognize the shapes of the figures and faces.
Have you ever done any in-depth research into the images from Mars or the moon?
If you have, you would know exactly what is showing in the images.
In the two images posted above there are indications of 'faces'. Disregard all the faces and examine the other minute detail then you may realise what
is on the slab of rock.
I believe I may be the sole researcher when it comes to exploring the martian surface looking for surface features that may relate to the possibility
of life existing on the planet.
So, if it makes you all feel happier, I freely admit that my analysis and interpretation of the images has been totally misguided and I apologise for
wasting everybody's time...... unless someone out there in cyberspace with imaging expertize can verify what I have posted because I am sure that no
scientist would dare to tread this path.
No ArMaP I am not just saying the detail showing is artificial, I know the images are showing artificial objects by recognition experience
You have posted on here that your views about what is or what is not in a picture is not due to
, which is a phenomenom by the way, not mental illness. While you have acknowledged that
pareidolia exists, you have insisted that none of the work you have done on photographs of the moon or Mars are you experiencing pareidolia, but that
the things that you think you see MUST be there. That they MUST exist. That everyone else is WRONG and that only you are right. Which in itself is a
, but I'm not accusing you of suffering from that, however,
it does come off that way from your posts.
You refuse to post the results of looking at my photo, because you insist on knowing where it was taken. Even though there is NO need to have that
information. You either see something in the pictures other than rocks, or you do not.
I invite ANY ATS member to take a look at the photo and again, tell me if you see something in it or not. If you see things that are not there, it
does not mean you are crazy, or are having mental delusions. It simply means that pareidolia has occured. If anything, it would make you think twice
about something you think you MAY see in a photo is all.
You have repeatedly posted here on ATS photos and insisted that it shows structures of tiny civilizations (both on the moon and Mars), after heavy
manipulation of said photos. You have claimed people have poor eye sight and need glasses because they didn't see what you say you see, or that have
not truly examine the photo. You've asked repeatedly for people to not post in your threads unless they are confirming what you see (meaning you
ignore evidence that doesn't support your idea).
That is not open mindedness. I'm open to a possible anomaly being spotted. But I'm also open to the investigative work that shows it's not a anomaly,
but something mundane.
So if you refuse to post your results because you think you are being "tricked", then how can we on here accept what you say about other
We can't, because it means you won't back up your own work.
There is either something there other than rocks, or there is not:
What say you ATS Members? What do you see in my picture? Don't be afraid. Think of it as a learning experience.
If enough (at least 8) people post, I'll reveal the source photo.
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