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English: Selective Spectrum & Spacial Specific Developments from the Unicorn Petroglyph...a Petro Photoglyph or photo inscribed stone.
Source The Unicorn Petroglyph was discovered as a surface sample from rural Missouri (USA) in the year 1994. A Petro Photoglyph or photograph inscribed stone, The Unicorn Petroglyph projects photographic detailed hologram images when subjected to a sphere of selective spectrum specific illumination. The whole recordings or hologram projections from The Unicorn Petroglyph can be defined as a visual codex with many references to the verses found in The Book of JOB 39-41.
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Image projection from The Unicorn Petroglyph recorded in a 'Visual Sphere of Spectrum Specific Illumination'.


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current14:25, 28 March 2011Thumbnail for version as of 14:25, 28 March 20111,391 × 1,048 (349 KB)Laserles (talk | contribs)Increase development scan resolution from 72 DPI to 300 DPI.~~~~
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08:25, 21 April 2008Thumbnail for version as of 08:25, 21 April 2008686 × 543 (36 KB)Finavon (talk | contribs)border cropped
17:52, 20 April 2008Thumbnail for version as of 17:52, 20 April 2008712 × 573 (40 KB)Laserles (talk | contribs){{Information |Description= An image codex projecting from a petroglyph (scribed stone) |Source= A Hologram Image Projection From The Unicorn Petroglyph |Date= 04.20.2008 |Author= Rock Art Images Developed by Laser Les |Permission= My Own Work |other_vers
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