bottom square is a thumb you cut off his finger tip/nail. Pointing to ponce. Bottom circle is a Key. move your circle down a little its on the shaft should line up with circular area. Then go up from circle you will see tip old fashioned key.
"THE KEY TO IMAGE FINGER POINTS UP. The other post you have show the other hand grabbing the gem.
THINK 1982- Get a big magnifying glass the kind that clamps onto a table/light with arm. also use perspective. Sit image on table, you stand. put magnifier half way between you and image line sight. Helped me alot
The circle at the left top? the dark spoon fork thing next to it is the same image you asked about in other post. Palencar shows 2 times now. ROAD
If you want to work on St. Augustine use Werner Von Brownie. Notice how their eyes are closed and the one is plugging his ears? My interpretation of that is the Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind, which happens to be just north of the Fountain of Youth. Another good hint is the capital H on the chest under the necktie. Hospitals use that as their symbol and Hospital Creek flows right by this area. Blade of grass in the bottom right corner of the image spell out "fla" for Florida.
Also if you look at the bottom middle of the image on page 175, turn it sideways and you should see a rooster...comb, eye, beak and wattle along with neck and body. I have no idea what it means, maybe you'll have better luck making a connection to St. Augustine. Gallo is Spanish for rooster, best I could come up with was the Taberna del Gallo.
Then there are the obvious: space shuttle ready for launch and the Wernher von Braun inspiration to the name
Look at the picture at the top. Look halfway between the blue egg-shaped object and the wing(?). Now, look to the immediate right of that point. Sort of looks like a small Airstream trailer known as a "teardrop" trailer. "Teardrop" of course, is mentioned in the poem.
This is from memory so please double check... Moonlight and teardrops are mentioned in the poem. Moonlight and icicles are mentioned in the book. Each time we have moonlight mentioned with a form of water.
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