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  1. I posted this elsewhere as an answer to a would-be troll. This gives an idea of where this is going and what is to come, in time. I am past the initial discovery phase, and would not dare to be present this if there wasn't a mountain of evidence to back my claims. We will explore every square inch of these two. Legs, feet and torso are most interesting, since these two giants could stand and walk. There are also more of them on site at Memnon. There is, in fact enough evidence to show this is a major discovery, that calls for more study by people much better trained than me.
  2. Let's have a close look at the top of the head, and see if we can find more details.. We'll concentrate on this area: This area is where the eyes should have been, so there should be some moving parts (or not, if this was really a statue). In the image below, I've contoured in red, some of the most striking details... They all have quite a mechanic look to them. I've also applied a "sharpen" filter, so you can see better what I mean. The top part of the image is the original, so you can compare. I've highlited in blue, some interesting features. Those are locate
  3. If the East Collosus does not depict a human face, what could it be, then? The most indicatve hint this could be a bird is the bulge of material stuck to our left side of the headdress. It is quite clearly visible. This looks like a bit of skin has peeled off, and stayed stuck on the headdress before mineralization took place. It is even precisely located where one should expect to find trace of such en event. I have circled in blue below what looks like a beak. To make sure you have spotted it. This feature is present on all
  4. We need another confirmation that the head is indeed not looking straight ahead, as it should. I'll re-use a couple of images shot from different angles of the East Colossus in section 1... What we have so far is an egg-faced head, possibly cocked to one side. How does it hold there? What holds it in place? It is important to remind ourselves that, in general mechanics, around the axis of rotation, it is not unusual to find circular shapes around axles or articulation that are circular. Let's look for salient details, that should be easy, since anything that's not even vagu
  5. A small parenthesis... As anyone who has tried to do this kind of exercise know, it is difficult to present things in the proper order. Especially when a discovery has become self-evident to your mind, and when it involves different fields and processes. In this case, some of the fields and processes involved are Egyptology, Geology, Robotics, Chemistry, History, and ultimately Theology and Philosophy. I do not intend to dwell into the latter two, they are very subjective, and I do not have either the proper training nor knowledge to pretend offering anything but a new set of questions in
  6. What is striking about the two colossal anthropomorphic objects at Memnon is how different from one another they look. They are presented to us as two statues of the same Pharaoh: Amenhotep III. But their heads are totally different. Granted, the one sitting on the right, or East colossi, has been badly damaged. Its body is cut up in a dozen or so pieces, a fate reminiscent of the fate Osiris met in Egyptian mythology. Granted also, the West Colossus is also quite beat up, its face was bashed in pretty bad. But, even with this major dis-figuration, the West Colossus' face is
  7. A last look at "Osisris'" earlobe. That is quite a contraption.
  8. I wanted to go straight to the study of Horus' face, but have to make one important observation before I do. It is much easier to see what is front of us when we understand what we are looking for. This is probably why the true nature off the two collosus has escaped many (although, I'm quite certain some people MUST be in the know). So, at least one evidence that these are not stone statues is in order. Even though, it is quite certain that some people will need to go back and forth through this column to make sense of it when all is said and done. Please excuse me, this is a work in
  9. I am looking for pictures of the buddhist statues in Bukit Sari, Sangeh, Bali. And also for any pictures from the sacred Buddhist garden. Pictures are very diiffcult to find on the Net. I am posting the 3 I could find so you'll understand what I am looking for. If these statues look a bit strange, it is because they really are found art. And the stones are the reason why Bukit Sari (Spirit of the Mountain) Buddhist garden was created centuries ago. This garden has lots of odd-shaped stones, possibly the fossilized remains of an ancient
  10. It's difficult to find a good starting point... My experience is that some people will only see stone, and are unable to see the finer details. People who can draw do not have this limitation. Sometimes explaining the nature of what is encased in stone (or dried mud, we'll also explore some of the chemistry behind it) does wonder. I'll start with what is most obvious to see. Why is it unlikely that the North colossus is a statue of Amenhotep III? As most people know, large ancient Egyptian pharaonic statues always depict the lord of the land in a very stoic pose. Head held up
  11. Before I start... These claims are quite extraordinary and do require a lot of evidence. There is, so this may get a bit lengthy, as you can guess. Whole books can be devoted to this pair of "statues" alone. In fact, I'm using this column as a way to collect my thoughts and find the most appropriate way to present this evidence. There are many topics to cover, and also topics for me to research more thoroughly. I am by no means an expert in egyptology, nor in chemistry, and while the Internet does provide some material for examination, I don't think I'd be able to write a decent book on t
  12. Before we start, let's have a look at Horus, and his story. I'm not an historian, nor an egyptologist, there are many sources that do explain Horus and its central importance in the egyptian pantheon, as well as who are the other protaonists in his story. I'll cite from Wikipedia, it's as good as any for the scope of this exposé: Horus or Her, Heru, Hor, Har in Ancient Egyptian, is one of the most significant ancient Egyptian deities who served many functions, most notably god of kingship and the sky. He was worshipped from at least the late prehistoric Egypt until the Ptol
  13. About a year ago, I came upon the Colossis of Memnon, as part of seemingly unrelated research on space and Earth anomalies. After careful examination, I can only come to these conclusions... 1. The colossus on the right or North Colossus, is not pharaoh Amenhotep 3, but Horus. 2. The colossi are NOT statues. They were articulated, and very life-like, some very high tech features can be found at multiple places on the "statues". They could stand. 3. The colossus on the left, or South Colossus is very likely Osiris. 4. The amount of care, technology and detail put in these objects
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