I don't understand why one side should be copied and put on the other side, but never mind!
For me, from when I first saw it, it is a guy sitting and adjusting something which probably screws, higher up with his right hand, lower with his left, and he is looking at or through something. Maybe smelling the tree of life while adjusting it a bit!
But that is just me. It is a lovely mystery.
Susan Doris Wrote:
> Stick with your scepticism about the space shipQuote
For a person like me who does not believe
> in ancient spaceships, the image on Pakal's tomb
> lid is rather disturbing, I must say. Trying to
> have an open mind, I am forced to admit that the
> most logical explanation is that of a vehicle.
> But, on the other hand, this is not proof of
> ancient spaceships. After all, extraordinary
> claims do require extraFor a person like me who
> does not believe in ancient spaceships, the image
> on Pakal's tomb lid is rather disturbing, I must
> say. Trying to have an open mind, I am forced to
> admit that the most logical explanation is that of
> a vehicle. But, on the other hand, this is not
> proof of ancient spaceships.
> idea!! Many years ago, I read a most interesting
> book about the Palenque lid. If I still had the
> notebook in which I kept a record of all the books
> I'd read, I could look it up! *shrugs and sighs*
> Anyway, amongst all the interesting details, it
> was pointed out that if the left border was copied
> onto transparent film and then placed to the right
> of the right border, the images would match - I
> did it, and they do!
> The idea that this was a picture of a spaceship
> was soundly refuted. I can still picture it in my
> head of course, and I amfairly sure I am
> remembering correctly that it depicted the tree of
> life and certainly it was a far more logical
> explanation than the spaceship idea. The picture
> was explained in detail, but I'm afraid I'll never
> remember the name of the book.
> The author was someone who had spent much time
> investigating the Palenque tomb.