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curly
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Hi folks,this is my first post,i've got some screen shots from google earth i wanted you to have a look at.Please give me some feedback if you see anything in them,i have got several thousand of these from all over the world but mostly in britain and ireland.

[IMG]http://i904.photobucket.com/albums/ac241/curly_024/Favourites/Kettering-1.png[/IMG]

[IMG]http://i904.photobucket.com/albums/ac241/curly_024/Favourites/GeddingtonChase-Northants.png[/IMG]

[IMG]http://i904.photobucket.com/albums/ac241/curly_024/Favourites/IsleofWight.png[/IMG]

If anyone is interested i can give you the photobucket account where all the albums are,curly_024 is the account and there is no password and all the images can be downloaded,many are from around megalithic sites.As i said you may not see anything in them but i would like some feedback if anyone does see anything.
                                                                                          All the best curly

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curly
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oops they didn't link properly,let me see if i can sort that out

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I see the photos (cut and pasted the URLs) but what am I supposed to bee seeing? Mostly it's just fields.

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Ian Topham
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Hi Curly welcome to the website.  It reminds me a little of the Glastonbury Zodiac, you could probably follow lots of field boundaries and natural contours and make them look like any number of images. 

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Hi Curly

Be a bit careful about this. Sometimes we see things in the landscape that don't exist. Road Ghosts etc
I am not saying that it is impossible, We just have to have a good think.

Maybe our Ancestors did understand that we are part of the landscape- Am I going off topic here, but have you ever heard of the Genius Culcullati? (three visions- sort of Monk-like figures, racing across the land).
I hope this will help, but if you are new to this excellent site you will like Sean Tudor's site on road ghosts.
Brilliant exposition as to various theories

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Mysteryshopper I'll post some easier to see ones up,they were a bit cryptic,you do have to look at those ones for a while before you can make out shapes[not saying you didn't though].I would say it's visual geomancy but first i got to find you a pic you can see something in.I'll highlight those first three as well and tell you what i see.

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Ian Topham wrote:

Hi Curly welcome to the website.  It reminds me a little of the Glastonbury Zodiac, you could probably follow lots of field boundaries and natural contours and make them look like any number of images. 

Thanks Ian,yes i am familiar with the zodiac and am a firm believer in it,i don't think mrs maltwood got everything right but she was certainly onto something.If you spend a bit of time in that photobucket account i promise you you'll find something that will catch your eye.You'll find lot's of natural features geomantically enhanced by manmade boundaries,too many to be a coincidence.It is subjective and i can't say anything other than this is what i see,as i said i'd like to highlight a couple and then see what people think. 

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indiagold wrote:

Hi Curly Be a bit careful about this. Sometimes we see things in the landscape that don't exist. Road Ghosts etc I am not saying that it is impossible, We just have to have a good think. Maybe our Ancestors did understand that we are part of the landscape- Am I going off topic here, but have you ever heard of the Genius Culcullati? (three visions- sort of Monk-like figures, racing across the land). I hope this will help, but if you are new to this excellent site you will like Sean Tudor's site on road ghosts. Brilliant exposition as to various theories

Someone did mention about illusions to me,but it didn't help me much i still saw them to the tune of 10,000 pics on photobucket[smiley] and still counting.Over 300,000 views in 6 months tells me i might be onto something.I don't think that's off topic at all,that's a major part of what i'm seeing imo,our ancestors were far more advanced than we were in all the things that matter.A lot of what i see is modern,right upto the present day,the energy of the land is still being manipulated  to favour certain people in certain places.I hadn't heard of the gc thanks for the heads up,not sure what it's all about but if you see a ghost,it's there.I've read devereuxs book on spirit roads,sounds similar.
                                                                   cheers curly

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