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    From the sublime to the ridiculous - is but a step away.

    When I first began my research, not too long after, I stumbled upon a consistent design pattern which startled me. Again and again, the same principle of a cartoon or cartoonesque form kept appearing before my eyes.

    Seeing one or two, I could have passed off as a trick of the light or just some peculiar protrusion in the rock strata etc. But the same imagery kept reoccurring in both small and large patterns. The persistent features were undeniable. I tried searching for a more eloquent adjective than bizarre, I found none. I kept repeating the same bloody word over and over in my head to the point of near frustration.

    Eventually, What I experienced, was my own personal "Schopenhauer moment". An now, five years on, everything I have witnessed on the surface of this planet, I accept as being completely "self evident". The truth is; "a life form on this planet has embraced a style which emulates the principles we on Earth identify as a cartoon".

    The question remains for me is; who was first?

    We take it for granted that a cartoon is a manifestation of some cleaver people in Hollywood who wanted to make children laugh. I think that is safe to say in one form or another. But by who and when was the concept first created?

    A few posts back, I said there was one surface creation which defined a timeline of no more than 80 years ago. I was referring to a popular caricature known as "Woody Woodpecker". This beloved bird first made his debut in the film Knock Knock on November 25, 1940 and ostensibly the creation of Walter Lantz who conceived the idea after spending a night in a cabin without sleep due to the battering of the roof timbers by an insentient woodpecker.

    Somehow, someway, this wonderful bird we are now all familiar with, has made his way to be impregnated into the surface of Mars! And he is not alone. Near by, we have the indistinguishable head of a "birdlike dinosaur" - hmmm I wonder if there is a connection with the two?

    And so we journey then, from the sublime to the ridiculous:

    I'm going to post several images here both in 2D and 3D, and to really get a sense of the designs, I highly recommend using anaglyph glasses.

    The "Dino bird" rendition from tip of its beak to the back of its head is just over 1.3km.

    In the image below, we can make out a number of characters and below right, is good ole Woody!



    In grey scale 2D




    Woody




    Locations on the mesa cliff side, Dino Bird A and Wood woodpecker B

    Last edited by M-Albion-3D; 02-21-2018 at 11:19 PM.
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    At the very apex corner of the mesa cliff side, we see this fantastic porous facial structure which has the typical "two face" motif design. Tilt your head to the left slightly and your mind can discern the second face but this time, with a gaping mouth.

    Interestingly, if we draw a line down the center of the porous face, this will mark the very corner (approx 90 degree turn) of the mesa. Note, the ledge to the lower left of the porous face, which is approximately 500 ft across (152 meters) and although the resolution is too low to discern shape, it does appear there are structures on its surface.

    Moving over to the left slightly at the "Pixie head" there is enough 3D depth of field to discern a massive entrance "into" the Mesa directly below the "chin" of the Pixie facial design.

    From my perspective, this looks to me as though this entire mesa cliff has been reworked to encompass a remarkable and gargantuan artificial construct and considering the scale, a massive undertaking I would assume, but there again, maybe not?



    A short video "moving in" in 3D

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1QbF...ew?usp=sharing
    Last edited by M-Albion-3D; 02-22-2018 at 06:09 PM.
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