Yet Another Example Of "Faces Within A Face" ! November 13th, 2016 http://mars.nasa.gov/msl/multimedia/raw/?rawid=1516MR0077180000204657E01_DXXX&s=1516
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I truly believe that "face faces" with their mouths open or closed, are "effects" of some sort! So if you see objects that should have an "eye" like we would normally think of. They seem to be more centered on not the act of seeing by the eye but more towards what the eye had actually seen. Such as a fish. So if the eye see's a fish, and it has an effect on the eye. Then Martians, I think could very well have the "fish" replace they eye. What more devastation could be than "SEEING ALL FISH" being lost to a terrible calamity in extreme antiquity! And the sacred "fish face mouth" or a creature that was lost in terrifyingly large amounts all at one time, be a representation that could represent a sacred emblem that would be placed in important places in all of their sculptures, such as bodies, legs, arms, feet face etc.
That is why I think we as earthlings do not recognize martian faces. I really think martians utilize faces all the time in thousands of martian sculptures! It is that we don't see a face the way martians see faces. So if a "nose" is shown on martian faces as extremely odd to us, I think it is because martians are actually altering the actual look of the nose to what the nose is smelling and combining the two. So if you see a nose that looks like a dead fish, could that be the smell of the millions if not billions of dead fish that lost their lives in extreme antiquity? When martians lost their atmosphere and their planet's surface destroyed ! I think the answer must be very close to what I'm saying! Because I see very odd extremities, on strange looking bodies, so often with "fish face mouths" ! So you would see an arm trying to hold an object with a fish face, such as a hand, but not too pronounced but molded quickly for prompt sculpturing!
Many Faces Within A Face To express the various emotions of what happened in the story sculpture!
Added September 18th, 2016 http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/msl-raw-images/msss/01463/mhli/1463MH0003900010503797E01_DXXX.jpg
If you were driving one day and you got into an accident, and you had to express your emotions on the day of that accident in one single face in order not too drag out the accident with too many details of two many faces all around, how would you do that? It would be to show many faces in one face but subtle faces, not to put too much detail but make it bare bones sort of speak.
On the day of your accident, you might have seen a beautiful tree before you knew anything about the accident that awaits you! What if there was an earthquake? Then you might of had a frightened look, but also a look of what just happened? Then along the way, your car had a flat tire, then you might have had an expression of being being nagged by the constant problems. Each face would have a different story behind that particular facial expression. One of being happy at first, then slightly upset, then very upset etc.
I think the martians make their sculpture-stories of faces within a face with those thoughts in mind. A great disaster seemingly occurs above the person driving, what seems to be in a vehicle that he or she is traveling in. But various faces truly seem to be in one total face etc. Please look close, because this IS a CLUE why so many faces seem jumbled up in what Curiosity Rover is showing us! (check out more of this photo in the category: Morphing !
Many faces within a face (in the yellow-lined box above)
The analysis I use for the photos and imagery are not mean't to be exacting, only to get you closer to understanding that there is intelligent life on mars (martians). Many of the rocks you may think are rocks, are in fact highly designed sculptures, mechanical objects etc.
Nasa is trying to leak out anomalous imagery with out of course talking about it public! Though most images have been doctored, Nasa is trying to humbly and quietly nudge us along with out going too public about it vocally. Though it is work and painstaking effort to find objects in the images that have not been altered in some way!