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Posted by Tripp McCann on February 6, 2001 03:01:57 UTC


[Part 3 of 4]

This image is located due west of the "tracked area" image containing the Bunker.

The annotated detail in the image is explained by the lettered descriptions, below. I believe that each detail pointed out shows characteristics which define it as non-natural and an artificial construct.

A two tiered structure with evident support beams on each level and a clearly evident grayish dome atop. Two smaller structures are seen to the west.

"Observatories": Two large adjacent structures atop a ridge. The left side structure has a whitish reflective dome atop and the right side structure has a darker dome. These structures are called "observatories" as a result of their situation atop the ridge and their striking domes atop. Down slope beneath these two observatories there are two squared "bays" or access openings into the ridge itself.

A planar structure build from atop a ridge extending away from the ridge, creating a non-natural plateau, with evident supporting legs beneath. There is evident shadowing cast by this plateau beneath itself, showing it to be not solid beneath, a stunning, clear indicator of a non-natural feature. Atop this artificial, flat plateau is a large cylindrical structure or machinery which may be giving off steam.

"Factory" : Perhaps the most stunning feature in this image, and arguably the most undeniable evidence here of non-natural construction. The "Factory" is a structure built into the existing outcrop face with evident vertical portals along its length which appear to be scalloped, vertical indentations. The point of the arrow which indicates the "factory" structure is directed at the very base of enormous piping that comes out laterally from the face of the factory and then curves to dive vertically into the ground; this curved piping has a shadow which is cast across the factory face, with evident structure of the face within that shadow. This piping structure is quite clearly separating itself from the factory face and there is a void between the two, which is highly unnatural. There is a second, less dramatic pipe also coming out from the factory face to the west (left) of this more evident pipe which is obscured by high "foliage". Both pipes show a line where they connect to the face structure, near the face itself, which shows a change in the albedo (white reflective qualities) indicating they are of a different structure, joined together. There are numerous smaller structures and aperatures atop the "factory" at the base of the overshadowing ridge.

A structure with a clear, broad arched entryway providing subsurface access into a limb of the ridge.

Tunnel: Arrow points at the squared opening of a long, squared protruding tunnel that eventually curves to the west and submerges into the ridge. The tunnel's western side is illuminated by the sunlight and is a flat side with squared corner to the top. This tunnel is but one of at least 5 total tunnels in the immediate vicinity all submerging into the ridge.

Ramp: A startling ramp that extends well beyond the normal ridge slope, and is clearly artificial. The ramp rises from the base of a structure and curves up along the ridge toward a second, up slopel structure where it joins this structure at a squared aperture or doorway.

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