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the Yonaguni Monument


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« Reply #30 on: December 29, 2011, 11:42:25 pm »



Two views of what is possibly a work on a really monumental scale, namely the entire coastline. The top picture shows that the wall like structures in the hill sides look definitely artificial, see the difference in the colour and texture of the overgrow of the area just above the walls; looking at the hills further on one can see that by nature they have nicely rounded shapes. The front row of hills suggests a reptile like head on the left (note the eye in the last section on the right of the top wall), with a monkey-like head in the third row just on the edge of the picture. If so, the front row to the right also shows something, though invisible from this angle. The bottom picture suggests the reptile head being that of a snake, it makes the monkey is more clear, and shows that the cliff connecting them may also have features.
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