The grouping of stars in the lower left is a reference to the Pleiades. Some have suggested that the "lightburst" that can be seen on the curved, red line represents the explosion of the Columbia. Other more official sources have stated that the "lightburst" is meant to represent the rising sun. The way it is placed it looks like the sun is rising from the north instead of the east which is odd. The Columbia was hit by an anomalous "purple lightening bolt" off the Californina coast near San Francisco just before it began to burn and break up. Coincidentally the Columbia disaster occured on February 1st, Imblog.
Whatever the meaning of all this is, it is eerie that the Columbia patch seems to offer a premonition of the disaster in it's design.
"NOTICE the crying eye of horus.. I believe this was because the government was killing people in Waco" --dogg, 09/13/07
"this one obvious... Columbia was also the dove in story Jason and the Argonauts. The ship's crew sent her through the slamming walls of the pass to see if they could mk it. Columbia made it through but her tail feathers got caught tween the rocks as they slapped shut. She lost her tail." --Seeker, 10/04/07
"how about the scissors through the 'halo'? cutting off solar energy perhaps, because the sun is only seen as a semi-circle." --TheDemiprist, 05/29/08
"Why can't you see OM - OM: Sanskrit letters or symbol for the "sacred" Hindu sound om (ohm or aum) called "the mother of all mantras. Apparently, the four parts symbolize four stages of consciousness: Awake, sleeping, dreaming, and a trance or transcendental state." --TimBeau, 12/03/11
"I think the folded money trade tower thing is true too. This is at the top of the power totem pole. Scary..." --Ted, 01/15/12
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