3rd image you posted Choice, looks like possible Boston skyline in the witches hair near her right elbow? 3 buildings, middle one looks like the Prudential Tower. The first one looks like the Federal Reserve Bank Building. Quite interesting! Might refute the idea of there not being a landmark building in the image like Chicago and Cleveland?
Post by byrnietuney on Aug 22, 2020 15:14:58 GMT -5
I posted some of this point elsewhere, but I don't think anyone made a deductive connection with a picture that recently appeared - I'll explain what I mean further down, first take this in;
... In regard to Image 11, Verse 3, Boston, people don't see any firm indication as to how to discern the need to move from the Boston Public Libary up to the North End area. Try this - the 'T' is as many have suggested, the logo for the Boston Transit system. The bird acts as both an indicator of (perhaps) Massachusetts ( -Peregrine Falcon) www.wbur.org/earthwhile/2019/07/03/peregrine-falcons-recovery en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:FalcoPeregrinusBabylonicusGould.jpg and also an indicator that you needed to ride the elevated track system. ....Regardless, here we need to remember that in many of the paintings, roughly recognizable representations are made of features such as streets/tracks/waterways - now, I really had to spock an eyebrow when I first read that people thought that the birds foot was representing a pig's head - consider, instead, that that raised foot is both an indication of the need to get off the elevated transit and walk, and also an indication as to what area to next travel into - IMHO, (enlarge to see) the 'raised bird's foot' is a representation of the shape formed by a number of roads, specifically; Commercial St (including that part immediately west of Atlantic Av.), and part of Causeway St., and the I-93 elevated roadway (as it was circa early 1980's), and the I-93 off-ramp to North St. (as it was circa early 1980's, similar location in the present day to Blackstone St.), and the I-93 on-ramp (as it was circa early 1980's) from Sumner Tunnel. historicaerials.com/location/42.366312875889705/-71.05552554130556/1978/16 historicaerials.com/location/42.366312875889705/-71.05552554130556/1971/16
OK, so now look at a picture seen in a recent EU podcast, the picture of 'the man with the pine trees'. Did JJP sneak a few references into that picture from his 'The Secret' images? Certainly, IMHO. Look at the hands - they are represented making recognizable matches to, the birds foot and perhaps the witches right hand in the Boston image! (Also, no-one seems to have noted other references made, such as the stray hairs from the Milwaukee image and the trenchcoat folds bringing to mind the gown folds in the NY image.)
Also, for interest sake, I'll include this point that I also posted elsewhere... Someone recognizes the match, that no-one has noted before, don't you?