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Sistan Kose Bridge | Haju Bridge(Iran)@


By Takashi

This info is translated into English from@Let's solve the enigma of the earth

http://sora.ishikami.jp/image_dir/index.php?id=20131010230605


Oct. 10, 2013

Sistan Kose Bridge

The end of the bridge becomes vertical and the legs freezes from fear when we see the direction of the bottom.
The semicircle is drawn at the feet of the man.


Oct. 10, 2013

Sistan Kose Bridge

I was much anxious about the narrow passages of the both sides of the center part of the bridge.
I didn't know the meaning why this bridge becomes the dead end immediately in the frontage road, different from Haju Bridge.


Oct. 10, 2013

Sistan Kose Bridge

It is the wide passage whose circumference is the park.
They say cars used to pass through on this bridge previously.


Oct. 10, 2013

Sistan Kose Bridge

This bridge is next to Haju Bridge and I didn't know the meaning of the things like the short spire which look like the children of bamboo shoots at that time.
Now I find they show the very Stone gods.
The narrow passages express the road which people who believe Stone gods pass through.
It seemed the passages show there are many obstacles by which people who believe Stone gods can't go ahead smoothly.

My traveling companion was called out here by the Iranian couple tourists and I was told he was held his index finger when he was separated from them.
Incidentally index finger shows Stone god


Oct. 10, 2013

Sistan Kose Bridge

This bridge like Haju Bridge has the broad passage that is paved with stones in the center and there are narrow passages on both ends, too.
I got anxious about the meaning of it a lot.
I didn't know why this bridge different from Haju Bridge has the dead end which appears immediately when we start to walk on it.
Additionally I didn't know why the patterns are drawn on the surface of the passages by the stone.
This bridge has the broad passages in the center and narrow passages on both ends.
The broad passages in the center show the passages in which common people pass through easily as there are no obstacles but the narrow passages on both ends show they are passed through by those who believe Stone gods and they have very hard time as there are obstacle in them.
Unfortunately the end parts of narrow passages on both ends of the bridge are closed completely and they show Stone gods were sealed(?) completely, though Sirius did its best.
Or it might show people who believe Stone gods entered into the main passages after forgetting the teaching of Stone gods.


Oct. 10, 2013

Sistan Kose Bridge

The small mark of ~ is drawn at the bottom and it seems to show new Stone gods came down.


Oct. 10, 2013

Sistan Kose Bridge

As the rectangle is drawn, it seems to show about Sirius.
Soon there appeares the triangle which is imparted by the line and the mark of ~ appeares.
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Oct. 10, 2013

Sistan Kose Bridge

The complete dead end appeares in the middle of walking the narrow passages and people find the things like the place of worship and the stone bowl there.
When people begin to walk the frontage road again they find the point which is closed half.


Oct. 10, 2013

Sistan Kose Bridge

I didn't know the meaning of the meaning of the pattern then, though I can know the semicircle means Stone gods and triangle means the alter ego of them now.


Oct. 10, 2013

The night view of Haju Bridge

Were Stone gods shining like this night view?
They say people come here to genjoy the cool evening breeze as it is cool at night in summer.


Oct. 10, 2013

Haju Bridge

Though the center of the bridge is wide in this way. there are narrow passages at both ends.
The broad passage on which most people pass through and the narrow frontage roads on which a little odd fellows pass through can be go through without any obstacles different from Sistan Kose Bridge.


Oct. 10, 2013

Haju Bridge

The triangle is formed in the direction to which water flows and it seems that Dragon grew there.(wry smile)


Oct. 10, 2013

Haju Bridge

As I knew through the net there is a respectable bridge which is two-storied building and very wide I wanted it by all means.
However I found it included in the tour.
Though it looks like the most respectable bridge in the world, there is no water now in the river as the dam was built in the upper stream.


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