August 04, 2017 8 Comments

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This photo was recently posted on the I'm from Denver Facebook page and people noticed something strange.  The light pattern is a Pentacle. Does anyone else see this?

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8 Responses

Joe Flanagan
Joe Flanagan

September 04, 2017

*it come

Joe Flanagan
Joe Flanagan

September 04, 2017

No way… Granted it’s there, but not really, they even have to stretch streets and roads just to make income together.

Christopher Jackson tm
Christopher Jackson tm

September 03, 2017

I still think geometry, basic or expanded, is cool to see and handy to have pointed out to me. Thank you for this!

Sandy
Sandy

August 05, 2017

That’s a real stretch.

Bruce McFarland
Bruce McFarland

August 04, 2017

The insignia on the side of the USAF jet aircaraft is a…star, dummy.
The initial plat of streets in old Denver were arranged along the railroad tracks arriving from the East (along the South bank of the South Platt River leaving town in a Northwesterly flow), until some annexed land was obtained by Congressional grant. Then, those plats were developed in the Baker neighborhood based on compass directions. North/South (…8th, 9th, 10th Avenues…), crossing East/West (…Grant, Sherman, Lincoln…). The meeting of two different plats was a grid meeting a second grid at 45 degree angles. Otherwise, The Brown Palace wouldn’t be shaped that way.
It’s not that uncommon. Detroit has streets parallel to the Detroit River, that have spokes going outward from a central downtown hub. Each mile, a big road is named “6 Mile-Road”, “7 Mile-Road”, maybe you’ve heard of “8-Mile-Road.” The ‘mile’ in the name is miles away from the river in a southeasterly direction. As other towns grew, their plats also were laid along traditional compass directions points. But Detroit’s growth kept going until they all crammed together. There are suburban 22-Mile-Roads, and diagonal streets making all manner of aerial patterns. My favorite crossing arterial route is the North/South, Telegraph Road. It speaks of a time, before now. And Telegraph and 12 mile Road is the site of a diner which was the last place Jimmy Hoffa was seen in public. Another route to the Nirth is called The Pontiac Trail. Literally, the way The Pontiac Indians traveled on their deer hunts in the primieval forests of pre-European Michigan. The car company came much later.
By and large, no big deal.
Though the pattern is a bit bizzare and confusing, trust me, it makes life more interesting. Anytown, USA with Main Street and 1st, 2nd and 3rd Ave. in a simple geometric grid, is too simple and worthless to have any significance.

Cathy D
Cathy D

August 04, 2017

People just have to point out negative stuff don’t they MEG

Eric
Eric

August 04, 2017

That is some creepy shit!

Meg Noel
Meg Noel

August 04, 2017

A pentacle has sides. The photo just shows a star. Learn shapes.

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