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The Face Series: Part 4 / "Mega-structure and Design"
Figure 1 –Something that has intrigued those investigating the Face is that the western and eastern edges run parallel to one another. When this is combined with a tendency towards straight lined and smoothly curving features, the idea that the Face is designed is more credible. (These characteristics of the Face are shown with red lines). High resolution imagery has also revealed a grid of huge walls in the south-eastern quadrant of the Face. (These are coloured green below). They could plausibly be the ruins of mega-structures that support the Face. Figure 2 –Mark Carlotto has suggested that both the outine of the Face platform and the facial features within it seem designed to match identically shaped nested rectangles. These are both centred on the highest part of the Face, (the nose). For more information click this "stargate" µµµ
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