Photographic Developments From:
The Unicorn Petroglyph...A Petro Photoglyph
Stone #1 (Bottom)...A Hologram Codex...Part I
The Unicorn Petroglyph was Discovered 'Parted' and 'Horizontally Fractured Through the Middle':
* The Unicorn Petroglyph projects glyphic communications from the inside surfaces of the two stones, when properly illuminated.
* A lateral fracture through the middle of the petroglyph resulted in two smooth surface finishes.
* The inside stone surfaces contain an inlay and outlay of cuts, dimples, and perturbations.
* The cuts, dimples, and perturbations were precisely calculated in length, width and depth to project a portion of the image.
* The resulting projection appears as a 'hologram' when spectral illumination, optical position and magnification are correct.
Photographic projections from a 'hologram' (whole recording) would define an image in motion.
A single photograph of a hologram projection would capture transformation or motion of the image.
The 'Process Method' for recording propagated images from petro photoglyphs provides a tool
to capture the continuous stream of projections and therefore the whole recording or hologram.
For further information please read the 'Research Report' (4.29MB .pdf).
Developing the Unicorn Image:
Positive to Negative Grayscale Translation Positive to Negative Spectrum Illumination - 1 Positive to Negative Spectrum Illumination - 2
Observations & Descriptions with Ambient & Spectrum Specific Illumination:
Ambient Illumination (Photo Positives):
*The smooth inside surface is laden with grooves, dimples, cuts and perturbations.
*The surface color contains striations of brown, pink and red on the off white background.
*The surface texture and color striations become more pronounced with spectrum and illumination control.
Sectrum Specific Illumination (Photo Negatives):
*The surface texture of grooves, dimples, cuts, and perturbations become part of the developing image .
*The surface color variations become an integrated part of the glyphic projection.
*The surface becomes transparent as the image is developed in the background.
*The unicorn image appears in orthographic (3-D) detail.
Details Projecting from the Unicorn Image:
Ambient & Varied Levels of Spectrum Illumination with Image Edge Detection...Detailing the Creature.
Color Positive...Grayscale...Edge Detect with Descriptions...Negative Grayscale...2 Levels of Color Negative
Extended Surface Area Projections of the Hologram Image at Various Levels of Spectrum Illumination
Observations & Descriptions of the Unicorn Codex:
*The left side image of the unicorn reflects as a photograph in orthographic (3-D) detail.
*The image is standing upright in a ditch, gully or furrow obstructing the view of the lower legs.
*A single swirled horn rises from a crest or crown from the top of the head.
*A garment or patterned blanket has been laid across the back.
*A bridle with two handles is strapped to the image across the front legs.
*A stinger or thorn appears left of the image and crosses the surface to penetrate the mouth or jaw.
*The tongue is drawn out of the mouth and downwards by a cord or rope.
*Two large round top teeth can be seen above the tongue.
*The eyes are frontally located and appear to be open but barely visible in this exposure.
*The appearance of a plate on the left side of the face provides the assumption there is one on the right side also.
*The chest is bright glowing white and blossoms out in the image.
*The tail appears short and pointed upwards.
*Long white hair can be seen flowing downward from the mid-section and rear leg.
*A neatly tailored mane is visible from the back of the crest or crown to the base of the neck.
* A 'Feathered Creature' appears 'Tethered" to the Unicorn Image.
Hologram Images Defined by 'Spectrum Specific Illumination'
Full Surface Projections:
Selective Spatial Position with Spectrum Specific Illumination...Full Surface Image Translations.
Observations & Descriptions of the Full Surface Image:
*The left side of the unicorn image appears in orthographic (3-D) detail.
*A single swirled horn rises from a crest of crown on top of the head.
*A blanket or garment covers the back.
*A band surrounds the neck.
*The image is standing upright or emerging from a rocky, stony surface obscuring the lower legs.
*A bridle with two handles is strapped across the front legs.
*A bow is aimed above the image shooting an arrow.
*A stick, spear or club appears to the right of the bow (above the image of the unicorn).
The Unicorn Image Face Translations:
Image Developments of the Creature (Front Face) Using Bilateral Symmetry
Observations & Descriptions of the Image Face:
*The front facing eyes appear be open and staring forward.
*The crown or crest on the top of the head is visible
*The horn is not visible in these exposures.
*There is a wide band around the neck of the image.
*The band is adorned with image patterns.
*Lateral lines crossing the bridge of the nose (top images).
*Talons protruding from the nostrils (bottom images).
Focus Intensive & Selective Spectrum Projections:
Selective Focus Developments with Varied Levels of Spectrum Illumination.
Selective Spectral & Dimensional Developments of the Hologram Projections.
Spectrum Specific Illumination Models: Image Edge Detection...Grayscale...Selective Spatial Images
Observations & Descriptions of Spectrum & Spatial Profiles:
*The left side of the image from the neck to the base of the swirled horn is visible.
*The left eye appears to be open and gazing forward.
*A ‘Sword’ appears to be thrust into the mouth of the image exposing the handle or hilt (cross-guard, grip, pommel)
Surface Topology...(2x/3x Magnification):
Varied Low Level Illumination - X2 Magnification
Varied Low Level Illumination - X2 Magnification
X2 Magnification X3 Magnification
Observations & Descriptions of Surface Topology:
*The eyes appear closed exposing the eyelids.
*The chest is parted or split open.
*A thorn or stinger is piercing the jaw.
*There are two circular spots or marks located on the left cheek.
*Long white hairs flow down from the cheeks.
*A single swirled horn protrudes from a crest or crown on top of the head.
(Descriptive Image Elements Reference...'The KJV Bible'...& The Mayan 'Popul Vuh' or 'Book of People')
*The band around the neck.
*Image is standing in a furrow or pool.
*Being drawn out with a hook.
*The tongue is drawn down with a cord.
*A hook through the nose.
*Thorn through the jaw.
*The split open chest or parted.
*Pointed objects penetrating the head.
*The Unicorn Image: Standing upright...Against the adversity.
*The patterned blanket or the garment on the back of the unicorn.
*The double handle bridle.
*Plate on left side of the face.
*The rounded teeth.
*Eyes closed exposing the eyelids.
*Descriptive elements of the unicorn image observable in the photographic reflections:
*The white aura of the chest area.
*The sword handle or hilt protruding from the unicorn image's mouth.
*The bow and arrow
*The spear or club behind the bow
*Descriptive elements of the scene where unicorn image is standing.
*Descriptive elements of the events noted in the glyphic projection.
*Crest or Crown on the top of the head from which the swirled horn protrudes.
*The 'Other Image'...the 'Feathered Creature'...'Tethered to the Unicorn Image'.
Referenced Scriptural Text cited from URL: www.sacred-texts.com/bib/kjv/job039.htm
Referenced Scriptural Text cited from URL: www.sacred-texts.com/bib/kjv/job041.htm
Referenced Linguistic Translation from URL: www.sacred-texts.com/bib/ebd/ebd227.htm#007
Referenced Visual Translation from the Website 'Wikipedia': http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quetzalcoatl
Referenced Process Translations Wikimedia Commons: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Spectrum_specific_illumination