That is quite the assumption that you make. You might want to step back from that cliff that you are falling off of.....
Reading the research and having hands on with a number of direct students of O'Sensei (Saito Sensei being one of them), I think that the best conclusion that myself and other people can come to is that his direct students took bits and parts that seemed to resonate with them. NO ONE seemed to get the entire package. They all developed in interesting paths.
We live in imperfect world were things are not categorically all or nothing. However that no one got the entire package doesn't mean that all got the same sized package. As for the topographical imagery, I don't really understand it, you don't like the quote from the interview with Nishio Shoji?