posted on Jul, 7 2012 @ 06:51 AM
Originally posted by Klassified
[quote]The rocks at Marcahuasi are believed by many to be a lot more than pareidolia. I realize you said structures, but if many of the rocks at
Marcahuasi have been carved to show faces from different angles as is believed, then a connection could be made between the two.
I'm not saying I believe or disbelieve your hypothesis, but if you're right, the connection could be there I suppose.
Many thanks for posting the images.
Yes, I have looked at many of the rocks and features at Markawasi and belive the carvings found there are very similar to the carvings and sculptures
found in other parts of the world. Many will probably say that recognition of these carvings and other features is a case of pareidolia, which is not
the case here. The finding of these common links in the detailed artwork of the ancients leads me to believe that the people who carved these
particular features had a very advanced culture and originated from the same source.
In the image I posted above many facial representations can be observed. They are groups of structures that have been arranged to give the impression
of being facial representations when viewed from a distant viewpoint.
Here is the original view should anyone like to check it out. Take note of the other features showing in the image. This sample view was selected from
an area of Amtarctica where there are many more interesting features to observe. More to follow.
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