Macario's Effigies and Artifacts
A collection of prehistoric artwork 
Welcome to Macario's Effigies and Artifacts
A place where you can view artifacts embedded with the
mysteries of ancient civilizations
Hello and welcome to my site!

What I would like to present on this website is my own opinion of how humans might have evolved. I believe I am presenting proof that humans have existed much longer than scientists acknowledge. These early humans seem to have possessed a high amount of intelligence to create these artistic self images. These humans used well-designed tools with complicated images that seem to appear and reappear, depending on how you look at them. I believe the creators of these sophisticated effigies are the first humans ever to walk the planet, proceeding homo erectus by perhaps millions of years.

But where did they come from? Were these early humans helped by another power?

Perhaps they were brought from another world, or perhaps they were created here, bestowed with enough intelligence to begin the civilizations that one one day populate the world. There are elements of religion in some of these effigies. Why did they create images of people praying, as I believe I have found?

Their facial features were much different than ours, but their intelligence could have been much closer. Our looks may have evolved, but perhaps our intelligence was similar to ours.

I personally don't believe that we evolved from monkeys, as I believe these effigies show proof that humans already existed with intelligence millions of years ago. It is from these early humans that I believe we evolved from into the intelligent beings we are today.

I think it is time that the scientific community re-examine this type of art in more depth. In my opinion, this art could increase our understanding on the origins of man. These motifs don’t exist only in these effigies that I present, but also in others that I have come across on other sites. However, not everyone is able to spot them.. You have to learn how to focus on certain details and characteristics to see these hidden images. Over the years I have learned how to do it, and I believe others have the same ability to notice these patterns. How these remarkable examples came to be I do not know, but I believe that professionals in the scientific community shouldn’t be afraid to devote more time to their study, and to express their opinions. These hidden images are there, and if you need help seeing them, or if you doubt their existence feel free to send me an email. If you don’t see them don’t give up; I will do my best to show you how to understand the visual complexity of these images.

I would like to stress that these types of artifacts do not need to be found in caves or buried deep in the earth. The wind will uncover them, the water will uncover them. Most of the artifacts in my collection have been found on 26 acres. Where you find them doesn't have any importance. The artifact, with its hidden images and embedded stories, will show you its importance.

—Macario
Over the past few years, I've come in contact with a lot of like-minded people who, like me, have developed an eye for identifying effigies. People from all over the world have reached out to show me their collections, and I can say with confidence that there is a growing community of amateur archeologists with a desire to see this type of art recognized by the scientific community. 

What are effigies and why were they created?

I believe effigies were created, not only as decorative art for tools, but as a means of communication. This was, I believe, their primary function. Ancient people used them as a way to communicate and educate themselves. They wanted to share what animals were around in their area to peoples from nearby or perhaps other parts of the world. These primitive peoples must have been intelligent to create such complicated works of art. For instance, one stone can contain two or even three images. I have often wondered who these people were, in what time they lived and what level of intelligence they had. If they had the intelligence to make such sophisitcated artwork, why didn't their tools have better workmanship?

There is still a lot to be discovered and studied by professionals.

An Interview with Macario

How many effigies do you have?

I have about twenty five to thirty that you will see, and you can decide for yourself if they are real. I can only share my collection. I believe they are real and there are a lot more to be found, if people know how to look for them.

What do you think the purpose of the effigies were?

I believe they used them as a way to communicate and educate themselves. They wanted to share what animals were around in their area to peoples from nearby or perhaps other parts of the world. These primitive peoples must have been intelligent to create such complicated works of art. For instance, one stone can contain two or even three images. I have often wondered who these people were, in what time they lived and what level of intelligence they had. If they had the intelligence to make such sophisitcated artwork, why didn't their tools have better workmanship? There is still a lot to be discovered and studied by professionals.
How long have you been collecting your artifacts?

In my teens, when I was younger. When I used to work in the fields, cutting asparagus, hoing weeds. I started by accident. I picked up a rock in a hop yard and I discovered that it had been worked. It was sharp, and it fit in well in the palm of my hand. From then on I started picking up stray rocks. And then I started studying them at night. In my opinion, it looks like most of the rocks have been worked on by people from a long time ago.

Where have you found most of them?

In the fields and hop yards, mostly on plow fields here in Washington, in the lower Yakima Valley. In Outlook, Sunnyside, and Granger.

What kind of rocks have you found?

Knife-like objects. Scrapers. Spearheads. Arrowheads. Weights. Grinders. Hammers. All kinds of tools that you will see in my gallery.

Will we see your entire collection?

Well, you'll see part of it. In the future I'll add more. In my opinion, the most important finds you will see are the effigies. They are very rare.

Macario Solis is an ameteur archeologist. Studying rocks is his favorite hobby, and he has been collecting them for over 30 years. Oriignally from Texas, he currently lives in Washington state.
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I always enjoy seeing collections from other fellow artifact hunters. If you have pictures to share, or if you have any questions about my collection, please feel free to get in touch!

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