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Green Minion with Egyptian Eyes

Photography Creatures posted on Mar 11, 2024
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But are they eyes at all? Nope, they are smaller minions. This is another cool picture from my old Lake Stevens ants nest. Science does not go into detail of what you might find in an ants nest. This green minion I`m pretty sure has the red living rock segmented creatures that cling on to each other to make shapes inside it. The shape of the smaller ones sitting at the eye position gives it the Ancient Egypt look of the make up back then that was inspired by the shape of the oldest know lifeform. The same shapes used in some of the first letters of early writing and fonts. Copying Gods minions was cool back then just like corporations use they`re shapes as logo`s to be cool today. Because they skip that fact they become uncool zombie masters instead. The tablets Moses carried down from the mountain were actually living rock that grow thin and are searched for by Freemasons and taken from the places they show up at and I`ll show you pictures of them tablet size and tiny baby size in a bit. Very cool living rock, sad our leaders are such bogarts of the true facts of life... That green is the green on the Olympic flag. Cool

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