(To the admins: On [www.abovetopsecret.com...
my thread] on the faces in the cloud in the Selma to Montgomery march
photograph I was pretty much called a liar - and worse! Only a couple of users said that they think I'm sincere. For their sake and mine, please allow
me to prove my nonsensical belief of foolishly thinking that I can see several faces in that cloud, faces and images which are in total context with
what is happening in the iconic picture. I will endeavor to present proof by focusing on just one of the faces, that of Dr. Martin Luther King, and
can do so with a little help from my friends. Or at least help from fair-minded users who can assist the thread by uploading an image or two - thank
you in advance. I do not know, at least right now, how to do that myself. The "Dr. King" image can be found with either a link and your zoom, or just
the zoom alone when used on the photograph below. Thanks.)
Aye, tis fair proof ye ask fer, mateys. So be it. Let’s take the voting rights related faces in the cloud one at a time.
This thread will point out “Dr. King’s” face in the picture.
Please read this first, then click on one of the two links below (uncyclopedia split into two uncylopedia’s early this year. Long story.). You will
see a large photograph. Schroll over and look at the upper right-hand corner of the photograph, and zoom in on the area of the white clouds. It takes
up much of the upper right-hand corner.
Zoom in at 250, and/or 300, and/or 400 percent.
There is an image of a black guy looking out from between the breaks in the white cloud. Upon looking at it further there are ways to see a faces, and
for both of them maybe the best way is to see it is to find the image’s left eye.
The left eye of the black guy looking out from between the openings in the white cloud is near the top of the second opening, a ways in. The clouds
form an almost perfect eye, with iris and eye socket intact. If you can see the eye, the face should pop into view. It’s a black guy, looking out
from between the white clouds.
To see this image, please link to tha link below, go to the top right of the photo, and zoom. More details will follow. If someone can do a screen
catch of that area at high zoom, or several high zooms, that would be quite helpful, and thanks in advance:
Guidebook to the faces, uncyclopedia.co
Guidebook to the faces, uncyclopedia at wikia
Here is a smaller copy of the picture, and a high-zoom look at the upper right-hand corner may be enough, although the picture at the source is
larger. This one does the job at 300% or 400% zoom.
I’m seeing two ways to look at the image that I’m calling Dr. King. Find the left eye again, and imagine it looking almost straight at you but
looking a little down, so it watches the marchers. In this angle the image’s mouth and chin are either seen or can be thought of as being obscured
by the lower white cloud. It could arguably be Dr. King.
In another view, the left eye is looking not at the viewer, but almost exactly sideways along the picture. That image has a mouth with large feminine
lips. Let’s call that image, for sake of a better label, Mrs. Coretta Scott King (I know, I know, sounding crazy as a loon. But when I look at the
image zoomed like that, and see one possible image looking sideways, it sure looks a little like Mrs. King. I just found that one as I was typing this
post. What can I say, I can only report what I see.)
Thanks for having a go. I’m going to leave this thread for a few hours, so have at it. For those of you who can see Dr. King or Mrs. King in this
goddess forsaken and/or saken cloud - or at least see the black guy I’m calling Dr. King – well, to quote the bard, “Welcome to the monkey
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