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reply to post by Aleister
I dunno, it might be because some of us really struggle to see anything whatsoever in that picture.
I dont think you are trolling, or any other such nonsense..
I think you are seeing something pretty cool, but even with all of the instructions, provided red circles, etc I just flat out dont see anything noteworthy (other than the captured event itself).
Your imagination must be a great one, and I mean that sincerely!
By looking at the picture I could see this colored man's face in the clouds.. Not even know who this man was I begun to look for the picture that resembled the face I was seeing in the clouds , Calling the OP names doesn't make sense because the ones Who don't clearly see the signs of the spirits are missing the whole point here..
Rest in peace James I saw you in the clouds..and will see you again some day.edit on 0b13America/ChicagoThu, 05 Dec 2013 03:54:13 -0600vAmerica/ChicagoThu, 05 Dec 2013 03:54:13 -06001 by 0bserver1 because: (no reason given)
Pareidolia can often be fun, but it's a mistake to ascribe any great meaning to it. It's just the way our brains are wired to make sense of random patterns, no mystery there.
Myself, I cannot see anything of any note in the clouds in the image, apart from a squashed Clone Trooper helmet on the top right. Which I am now unable to unsee
Incredibly poor example of paradoilia. All I can see is half a face of something which looks like an ape with LOTS of fantasy. It's not good paradoilia if you have to point it out first for people to see something.
I see Voldemort.
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