When you look at this picture, what do you think you see?
Eye of Horus?
Or maybe this one?
A blob of paint?
Eye of Horus?
Or this one?
Eye of Horus perhaps?
What have these three similar symbols got in common with each other and how do they connect?
One is an area of land on the surface of Earth, another is an image for the ancient Egyptian God, Horus. The final one is, well, very strikingly like
the eye of Horus, but it was painted somewhere between 20,000 to 30,000 years ago.
So what brought these three images together? Luck? Random events combining, or something else? Whatever it was, it seemed to be something that had no
explanation, yet had the possible chance of something paranormal, or spiritual, occurring.
It was December the 21st, 2012… the end of the world.. Approximately 1PM (UK time) when I had sat down to watch a documentary and saw this
My immediate reaction was recognizing it as a depiction of the eye of Horus. But there are several odd things about this image that has sent me on a
treasure hunt. What I have found is baffling me, yet it makes almost perfect sense and with every step I make I find more that leads me somewhere
else, yet all the roads seem to lead to Rome. There is a treasure, of sorts, to be found here.
The documentary that I found this image in can be found, and discussed, here "Cave of
. Further info about the video can be found here, www.imdb.com...
Well, this “eye” was painted somewhere between 20,000 and 30,000 year ago! That’s oddity number one. The next oddity is that this is a multiple
layered image. There is another eye which helps to form the side of a face.
Together, these two images are supposed to be the head of a horse.. but the horses body is on another ‘level’ of the rock. A natural rock line
cuts the head from the horse along the neck. The horse is also not as definite or as deeply painted as the image of Horus. This method of painting is
seen throughout the cave and is part of the key to unlocking what the pictures describe.
The pictures are much more than just simple art of animals and unusual things.
First off, as mentioned, all the images are multi layered and oh so subtly drawn. Some are suggestive, others show something else if you look at it
differently, either from a frontal position or at an angle. Outlines are not always completed. One image blends with another image to hide the image
that the two create or are part of. Sometimes, what seems like a random line is actually quite significant or suggestive. Various degrees of lighting
also plays an important part in this too. A little light, a lot of light or the flickering light of flames add movement combined with the masterful
The entire painting was planned. It is like asking Michelangelo to paint the Sistine chapel. Somebody with immense skill and knowledge of art has
hidden a message but has also included a story, their ability to think, their language and possibly far more than I have yet seen.
I’d like to go over everything I have found, but that might stretch this out much further than needed. There are some images that have just left me
baffled and stunned as to the extreme cleverness of the artist, yet also the differences between the ‘master’ image and the image hidden within
For example, here we see a picture of what appears to be a bear or lion. But there is another image within this one that is not instantly picked
Look at the bear/lions head.. it’s ears are not ears.. they’re the eyes of a feline.. more of a cat than a lion.. The eye and curved cheek line of
the bear/lion is in fact the nose and mouth of the feline.
If you look carefully, you can even see whiskers and the “whisker freckle” cats have. It’s an unusual looking breed and may possibly now be
extinct.. but why hide this image in such a manner? I may have an answer for that and will include this later.
We need to get an understanding of the amount of detail that has been put into this cave painting. Seeing the minute stuff sometimes opens up parts of
the picture that were not visible before.
This looks like a vase that has a ‘stopper’ or plug in the top of it.
Several things to note here, firstly, the right side of the vase seems to have been painted over with white in order to hide the edge, which distracts
your view from what the item really is.. As for it being a vase, you can see shadow on the top right of the neck… then there are 4 subtle lines that
travel across the vase horizontally in order to give the vase its curved surface. But again, these lines go over the edge of the vase …another
But here the vase seems to become part of two mountains. Is this suggesting that they stored and preserved food and also took it with them on long
journeys.. Trading perhaps?
There may be more evidence to support that later on..
That is just another example of how clever this painting is. It would appear that somebody only wanted certain things to be seen.. but once a certain
level of intelligence had been reached by anyone else, then they were able to look deeper into it.. revealing the full story..
Whilst going through the pictures, I came across a rather unusual image.. it’s a bit like an optical illusion.. If you can’t see, you’ll never
see it…but once you’ve seen it, it will always be there.. we have to realise the skill and the techniques these people used to create this.. the
low light they may have had, the states of mind they may have been in..
It looks like a bracelet but it has a picture of a man who appears to be wearing a hat made of blockwork.. The blockwork seems to have a rather
furious rat sticking his face out, like he is trying to break free. At the top of the hat, it looks like a tower on the right, with flames coming from
its top. To the left of the tower, you can see what appears to be more flames, shooting up and making a big black cloud of smoke.
If you cannot see it in this image, then perhaps you might when you see a slightly larger area of the picture. The man has a short beard, but a very
long curving moustache. He looks like military, or high noble type.. or like a Sikh from Pakistan/India…
The ‘bracelet’ forms part of the lions neck, like a collar..
How or why this image would be incorporated into a picture of wild animals running free is anyone’s guess.. but IMO, these animals are a
distraction. They form part of everything, the lines are part of something else which isn’t there yet makes up bits of other stuff.. This really is
an incredible piece of work.
Let’s have a look at a few more things before I take you on towards the images that connect the dots at the top of this thread.
This one I’ve not yet got my head around, but it is suggestive of structure, measurement, form, the ability to have perspective and depth of field.
This may be one of the keys deliberately left behind with which you unlock the rest of the paintings. That and the eye of Horus. I only need to find
an Ankh and it’ll be guaranteed.. In the documentary, they say this is an insect !!!
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