Saturday, July 26, 2008

Hopper and E.T.

Take a look to the far right. What do you see? My grandson pointed this out to me. Remember the grasshoppers? This is from the movie "Bugs Life." This rock art formation looks just like one of the grasshoppers from that movie. There are other images in this photo that I am sure are not natural but I can't pinpoint anything in particular that they resemble. Actually the one in the shadow of the very tall rock does look like E.T. in his Halloween costume. How did they make these rock art formations anciently to resemble objects today?

Friday, July 25, 2008

Face and Aztec Pyramid.

On the left side of this photo there is a very good face. I can see the forehead, eye, nose, lips and chin. I find it hard to believe that this is natural erosion. This was done on purpose and was meant to be seen. If we were to use a little more imagination we could even say that on top of this small mesa there is a pyramid. It could be an Aztec pyramid. I have seen pictures of Aztec and Egyptian pyramids that look just like this one. In fact I know of another one a few miles to the northeast of this one.

Thursday, July 17, 2008

Perfect Square

This photo is of an animal or a person or a rock that resembles a person. Rather it is a perfect square. What are the chances of that happening in nature? This is most interesting to me. I'm trying to figure out how or if this could have been done by man. This rock face is like straight up and down.

Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Fat Jay Leno

Here is a picture of a rock formation that is located just up the North Fork of the Duchesne River. The face reminds me of Jay Leno. If you use your imagination and look for a full bodied Jay Leno you can see that he is carrying quite a bit of weight. The irony is that he is always joking about how fat we Americans are. Here he is hiding out at the North Fork.

Monday, July 7, 2008

Outlined Images

I've posted this picture before but I have now updated it. I have added more images that I have discovered on many repeated examinations of it. I have also posted it to the Ancient Lost Treasures discussion of this image that is listed at the top of the links to the right on this page. I have done this for the benefit of those people who may not visit both sites and of course to try to initiate more interest and discussion. I really would like to know what these images mean and what culture created them. I am convinced that they are not the product of natural erosion. It is definitely OK if people do not agree with me. Just let me think or believe as I like. I have no idea what the object is that I oultined in the middle of the picture. But it looks like it does not belong. It does not look natural.