> If a room or passage is quite obviously hidden
> behind a wall or floor or heavy blocks, it is
> clearly evident it was meant to be
> hidden/safeguarded. I find it bizarre you think
> I'd ask what you think the purpose of hiding
> something in such a fashion is, but I really don't
> care for the answer. All apologies, Philip, I find
> it an absurd notion that something hidden is not
> Best Regards,
I disagree with your characterization of anything being "quite obviously hidden"; rather, it is based on pure conjecture based on what you presume to know about that structure.
First, what "hidden" rooms and passages are you referring to so that we can examine whether it's possible to deterimine the "intent" of the designers to deliberately "hide" it/them?
Second, the combustion cylinders of a V8 engine are not easily accessible from the outside, but to characterize them as "deliberately hidden" is misleading. Their position is a matter of their function which requires that they be solidly surrounded. But that's not because they were intended to be "hidden". Rather, complete detailed documentation is provided in a service manual for relatively easy access to those "rooms and passages" by turning a few bolts (with the help of load-bearing technology such as pulleys). If they were intended to be hidden, the designers would not have included bolts that can be removed to gain easy access to the innards of the engine.
So your rationale for claiming that rooms and passages were deliberately "hidden" escapes me.
How can any of us ever know, when all we can do is think?
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 12-Feb-16 16:04 by Origyptian.