posted on Jan, 23 2013 @ 07:02 AM
reply to post by windword
Thank you. You may be looking at the wrong eye, the eye in your picture is Lincoln's left eye, check out his other one. I should have said earlier
it's in his right eye-orb and not the right eye as seen in the pic.
I just saw the large Thunderbird thread a couple of days ago, some great fake pictures. Here I "see" the faint wings, head, beak etc. Thanks. And
could probably find the Virgin Mary in there too, or a goldfish. The start of the thunderbird is a good one though.
The Young Abe Lincoln is pictured on page one, above the pic that's outlined as the "devil" (actually Pan before the christians got hold of the poor
fellow). He looked like some of the old photos of Abe, when he had wavy and good hair and no beard, back when he was a handsome lawyer and was
actually living the stories that he later told. He's facing to the left, and I can "see" his hair, eyes, nose, mouth, ears, the face, and then his
collar and black tie. Pretty much the whole ball of wax is there, which is why I put this thread up wondering if the sculptors actually did this on
purpose (old pictures of the area still needed). A thought: when they were figuring out how to portray Lincoln and the rest they must have gone
through many photos to choose the best angles and features, so they must have had the pics I'm speaking of, the early Lincoln pics, and the area I'm
talking about looks very much like some of those.
edit on 23-1-2013 by Aleister because: (no reason given)