Photo-Detailed Hologram Developments from:

The Genesis Petroglyph

 

Projections from a Spatial Specific Perspective

Side-1...Dimensional Position-2

 

Stone Scribed Image Projections were Developed by the Defined Process Method Incorporating:

*Spectrum Specific Illumination

*Selective Spatial Position

*Bi-Lateral Symmetry

 

Observations & Descriptions of the Petroglyph Image Projections:

*The smooth flat surface  & entire upper left quadrant of the artifact was forged with highly detailed images in 3-Dimensions.

*Projections of a figure...observed from the shoulders upwards to the top of the head...supporting a crown or halo.

*The facial-image of the figure is orthographic or 3-dimensional...with a view-point perspective from the right side.

*The figure is seen wearing a white collarless garment...reminiscent of the classic toga, robe or shawl.

*Perspectives of a figure...gazing towards a pyramid-shaped-temple...a structure which includes an elaborate wall-encased-forecourt.

 

 

A Photo-Image Codex Projecting from a Selected Area:

Selected or Cropped Area: Upper Left Quadrant of the Genesis Petroglyph.

(Various Spatial & Spectral Projections...with Image Isolation & Edge Detection...the Genesis Petroglyph...Side-1/Position-2)

 

Spatial & Spectrum Specific Projection with (Horizontal) Bi-Lateral Symmetry

An Image Codex Defined by Scripture & Mythology

Photographic Detailed...Hologram Projections

 

Observations & Descriptions of the Selected Area Images:

*A smooth flat area in the upper left quadrant of tje artifact projects numerous images...& labeled...the 'Screen-of-the-Gods'.

*Shoulders of the toga garment with a collarless neckline are detailed.

*The figures in the 'Screen-of-the-Gods appear to be gazing towards the pyramid temple.

*Projecting also is a figure resembling a Centaur or Shedu...bowing or leaning towards the pyramid temple structure.

*Another image face...partially blocked by the prominent figure, can be seen supporting a full white beard.

*A frontal perspective of the pyramid temple structure with a forecourt, or open circular area leading to the entrance.

*At least two figures are within the forecourt area, one standing at the front wall, the other walking towards the far end.

*The walls of the pyramid temple are highly detailed with glyphic images.

*The apex of temple supports a circular device resembling a wave guide (light or sound).

*The is an 'apse' or architectural semi-circular structure above the pyramid temple.

 

 

Architectural Details of the Pyramid Temple Structure:

 

 Details of the Pyramid Temple Structure...(a micro-image sub-codex)... Spectrum & Spatial Specific...Background Data Elimination.

 

Observable Ancient Architectural Features of the Stone Scribed Temple:

Forecourt...Apse...Pyramid or Ziggurat Structure...Adorned Walls...Image of the Deity.

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Observations & Descriptions of the Pyramid-Temple Complex Structure:

*A circular forecourt surrounded by a solid, waist high, stone wall in the front.

*The forecourt is contoured with walls that have imaging on the surfaces.

*The pyramid temple structure is also highly detailed with images that appear photographic.

*An semi-circular half-dome or Apse appears above the temple structure.

 

 

Architectural Details of the Temple Altar:

 

       

Projections of the Rock Art Temple Altar...a micro-image sub-codex:

Specified Spatial Perspective...Spectrum Specific Projections...Background Data Elimination.

 

Observable Ancient Architectural Features of the Stone Scribed Altar Structure:

Niche or Apse...Offering Table...2 Platforms...A Cross-Totem Pole Erected Within the Altar Area.

 

     

Recorded at Various Spatial Positions in the Z-Axis (magnification)

Various Levels of Specific Spectrum Illumination...Applied Bi-lateral Symmetry.

 

Detailed Photo-Image Structures...Embedded Hologram Codices

 

Observations & Descriptions of the Temple Altar:

*To the left of the glyphic pyramid temple structure, the temple altar appears as the stone is repositioned.

*The temple altar supports a niche or small architectural half dome at the top of the rear wall.

*Two platforms and an offering table are captured in front of the altar structure.

*Centered in the altar is a tall 'cross structure', possibly a totem pole, or crucifix within the open altar.

 

 

A Petro Photoglyph Codex: 'The Epoch of Gilgamesh':

 

(Click Here for a Full Size Photo of the Ancient Sumerian Stone Codex 2550 - 2500 BC)

Stone Scribed Hologram Projections detailed by an Ancient Sumerian Stone Tablet.

 

Practical Application of the Process Method for Developing Inscribed Hologram Projections.

Spectrum Specific Development with Bi-Lateral Symmetry & Background Data Elimination

 

 

The Akkadian Tale of Zu:

"The Anzu was a servant of the chief sky god Enlil, (possibly previously a symbol of Anu),

from whom Anzu stole the Tablet of Destinies, so hoping to determine the fate of all things.

In one version of the legend, the gods sent Lugalbanda to retrieve the tablets, who in turn,

killed Anzu. In another, Ea and Belet-Ili conceived Ninurta for the purpose of retrieving the tablets.

In a third legend, found in The Hymn of Ashurbanipal, Marduk is said to have killed Anzu."

(Wikipedia Ref: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zu_%28mythology%29)

 

 

A Petro Photoglyph Codex: 'Djed the Backbone of Osiris':

 

The 'Djed...an Ancient Egyptian Architectural Structure...Superimposed within a Codex Projection from the Genesis Petroglyph.

 

Research Note:

Djed...Back-Bone or a Heat-Synced Missile Silo?

(just look at these detailed photo images projecting from the Genesis Petroglyph)

Observe the dual or mirrored 'Photo-Image of the Deity' projecting from each side of the 'Djed Structure'.

(image projection...from the shoulders up to the 'crown or halo')

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Keyword Translations:

*Gazing Photographic Image: The deity Enlil from the mythology of Mesopotamia.

*Pyramid Temple Structure: References to the temple of Ekur located the ancient city of Nippur in modern day Iraq.

"His chief temple at Nippur was known as Ekur, signifying 'House of the mountain',

and such was the sanctity acquired by this edifice that Babylonian and Assyrian rulers,

down to the latest days, vied with one another in embellishing and restoring Enlil's seat of worship,

and the name Ekur became the designation of a temple in general.

Grouped around the main sanctuary, there arose temples and chapels to the gods and goddesses who formed his court,

so that Ekur became the name for an entire sacred precinct in the city of Nippur.

The name "mountain house" suggests a lofty structure and was perhaps the

designation originally of the staged tower at Nippur, built in imitation of a mountain,

with the sacred shrine of the god on the top."

Reference: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nippur

*Temple Structure, Architecture and Details: Defined in the archeology and mythology of Mesopotamia.

*Centaur: Figure from Greek mythology with the lower body of a horse and upper body of a man.

*Shedu: Figure from Assyrian and Akkadian Mythology with the body of a winged bull and head of a man.

*Toga Garment: Attire from classic Rome and Greece period.

*The Peto Photoglyphic Codex Development: Photograph courtesy of The Louvré & Wikipedia.

*The Akkadian Tale of Zu...Depicted in the Ancient Stone Codex.

 

 

References:

*en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enlil - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

*en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nippur - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

*Enki (DEN.KI(G)) was a deity in Sumerian mythology - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

*en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eridu - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

*en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shedu- From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

*http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Akkadian_mythology - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

*en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Centaur - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

*en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toga - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

*Akkadian Stone Relief: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/7/7b/Relief_Im-dugud_Louvre_AO2783.jpg

*Wikipedia Ref: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zu_%28mythology%29

*From the website Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Djed

*From the website Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Osiris

 

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