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Scenic SC KY: Signs in the sky over Sacred Triangle

2013-03-16 - From Adair Co., KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. Mystery picture It's pretty obvious that with all the signs in the sky the photo is about the sacred triangle. Much of the 'noise' points to or is about or near Sano, and may or may not take in other corners at Esto and Ono. The lights appear to be both celestial and ecclesiastical, and the contrails and clouds seem to have great meaning - pertaining again to the Sacred Triangle, we'd guess. So that much is known. The mystery is whether the "Turn from your wicked ways" arrow relates to the photo, and where it was taken from. The contest is open to all except former Fire Direction specialists or Forward Observers who may have had service in the U.S. Military back in the mid 1900's canon corps, can triangulate anything to know where everything is at. - CM
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