Macario's Effigies and Artifacts
A collection of prehistoric artwork 

December 27, 2014

'Knife-scraper' with multiple images of primitive people

This artifact is a knife/scraper. It measures 2 by 2.25 inches. It was found on my 26 acre farm in Outlook, Washington. It was a surface find, but this land has been plowed, and I believe it came from a few feet underground. Pay special attention and you will see two images, one on top of the other, of primitive people. The topmost image is looking upward, and the bottom face is looking foreward. Facing right you will see what appears to be a depiction of a primitive animal that existed many years ago, perhaps millions. It may have even existed during the age of dinosaurs.

The mainstream theory being presented by the scientific community states that humans did not exist alongside dinosaurs. I have what I believe is proof, documented on this website, that some human species did in fact exist alongside dinosaurs and other ancient animals. So long as these prehistoric creatures existed on the planet, I believe humans also existed in some form.

If you look at the effigy in this link:
http://portablerockart.blogspot.com/2015/02/colorado-hand-axe-with-human-facial.html you will see the exact same type of art. In both the effigy on the Portable Rock Art website and in mine you will find images stacked on top of each other. In both effigies the topmost face is looking upward, and the face towards the bottom is looking in profile to the right.


I believe this is one of the oldest artifacts in North America, and perhaps even the entire world. This artifact shows that, in my opinion, people may not have originated from Africa (as is the accepted theory), but instead existed millions of years earlier, and all throughout the world.

This artifact, as well as many others here in the site, show not only the prehistoric animals that are millions of years old, but also the people that lived side by side with them and hunted them. Therefore I can make the conclusion that man did in fact exist well before the scientific community has led us to believe.


View 1

If you rotate the image 180 degrees, you will see two images of faces on the right side. They are stacked similarly as in the first view, with one face on top of the other. On the left side is a similar animal as in the first view, but unofrunately the camera doesn't pick up the details well.


This is how the tool was used when placed in the right hand.


And this is how the tool was used in the left hand.

December 26th, 2014

Grinding tool featuring images of what appears to be modern men

This artifact was found on my 26 acre farm in Outlook Washington. It is a tool that measures 2 inches by 2 inches. 
View 1

It is a profile image of a modern man facing left. On the topmost part of the effigy is another small image of a man, also facing left.

View 2 with closeup

If you turn the artifact 180 degrees clockwise, you will see the profile image of a man now facing to the right. You will also see another smaller image facing the viewer (circled). You cannot see it with the naked eye, but it appears in the camera. This is a strange occurence that also happens in many of my other effigies. This leads me to believe that these smaller images were created by sophisticated tools.
View 3

If we return the original position (first view) of the effigy and then flip it over, we will see an image of a modern-looking man facing the right.
This tool could have been used to grind, to work pieces of leather or hide. There could have been many other uses.

November 29th 2014

Ancient Spearhead with multiple images of early humans and various unidentified animals.

This artifact is an ancient spearhead with multiple images of early humans. It was found on my small farm in Outlookj, WA., Yakima County, Washington State.  This artifact measures 2 inches by 2 and 1/4 inches. It was found on my 26 acre farm in Outlook WA. This artifact has three images of early human faces. There are two on the left side of the effigy, facing left, and there is one on the right side of the effigy facing the viewer.
View 2

If you turn the artifact 180 degrees clock-wise, you will see three faces. The larger of the three faces is in side profile, facing to the right (on the lower right side of the effigy). On the crest of the effigy are two smaller faces. One is looking directly at the viewer, and to his left is another face looking to the right.

Views 2-3

On the top picture, you can see the image of a face, looking towards the viewer.

On the bottom picture, you can see a bigger face, also looking towards the viewer.

Views 4-5

On the top photo you can see a face looking directly at the viewer located in the center of the effigy.

On the bottom photo you can see a big image of a face looking directly at the viewer. On the lower part of that face you can see another, smaller face, looking directly at the viewer.

Views 6-7

On the top photo you can see on the lower highlighted area two small faces looking at the viewer. The two images seem to change from one to the other depending on how you look at it (they are more clear in person than in the photograph).

On the bottom photo there is a big image facing the viewer, in the middle of the artifact. If you focus on the top left area of the artifact you will see what appears to be an ape-like creature facing to the right. The mouth of the gorilla will make up the "eye" of another face of a man, looking down.

Views 8-9

On the top photo you will see three big images facing the viewer. Concentrate on the highlighted areas.

On the bottom photo you will see an image of a man facing the viewer located in the center of the artifact.

View 10

On this view you can see one image directly facing the viewer located in the center of the artifact. On the lower left of the artifact you will see two images of people coupled together.

Views 11-12

On the top photo you will see a big image facing the viewer. One eye appears to be open while the other is closed. On top of the right eye (on the left part of the artifact) you will see the head of a prehistoric bird facing the viewer. On the bottom left area you will see a small face which appears to be looking down.

On the bottom photo you will see what appears to be a face looking down. This occupies the lower half of the artifact. On the upper half you will see what appears to be a prehistoric man looking up.

Views 13-14

On the top photo you will see a large image of a face looking at the viewer (on the upper half of the artifact), and also another image of a face looking down (just to the right of my thumb).

On the bottom photograph you will see a large face of some kind of animal. On the top part of the artifact you will see three separate smaller images.

Views 13-14

On the top photograph you will see a big image facing the viewer. On the left eye you will notice a small image of an animal also facing the viewer. On the lower half you will see another image of an early human facing the viewer.

On the bottom photo you will see three faces. On the top of the artifact there is what appears to be an early human facing the viewer. To his left is another face, also looking straight ahead. They share the same eye. On the lower part of the artifact you will see another early human or human-like creature facing the viewer. Just above and to the left of my thumb is the mouth.

The photograph on the right seems to depict three corpses, facing the viewer. The three faces appear to have been dead for awhile. Why would the makers of this artifact depict corpses ?

View 15

This artifact appears to be a tool. It fits confortably in the hand. It seems to be a very versatile tool, with multiple uses.

This art is interesting. The scientific community doesn't understand this art. The reason they don't take these artifacts seriously is because they haven't held them in hand to study them. To understand them you need to hold them in your hand, turn them, connect with them, study them over time. In my mind I am 100% convinced that they are authentic. I have seen similar collections from people all over the world who have sent me photographs showing similar art. It would be interesting to learn how they came to be here, by what means and from what other location. Perhaps one day the scientific community will be able to help uncover these mysteries.

November 11th, 2014

Multi-image effigy depicting eagle, unidentified prehistoric creatures, and early men

View 1

This artifact measures 1 and 1/2"x2". Found on my 26 acre farm in Outlook, WA. Its a tool with images. Facing left is a profile of a prehistoric animal. On top there is a bird, likely an eagle, facing left. There is also a profile of a man facing right. On bottom right is a small image of a man facing viewer.

View 2

Turn 180 degrees on y-axis and facing right is an image of a prehistoric animal. On top of prehistoric animal is a bird facing right, probably an eagle. Facing left is an image of a prehistoric man.

View 3

Turn artifact 90 degrees clockwise and there is a prehistoric animal facing right. There is a small image of a man on top left facing viewer.

View 4

Rotate 100 degrees on y-axis and there is a prehistoric animal facing left. Profile of an image of a man facing right. There is also an image of some kind of creature facing viewer. On bottom right of artifact there is a small image of a man facing viewer.

View 5

Turn 180 degrees on x-axis. There is a profile of a prehistoric animal facing left, probably a bear. Bottom right is a small image of man facing the viewer.

View 6

Rotate on y-axis 180 degrees and there is a profile of an animal facing right. There is a profile of a man facing left.

View 7

On the flat edge of the artifact there is a big image of primitive man facing viewer. Half the image is black and half is white.

View 8

Rotate clockwise 180 degrees and you can see multiple images facing viewer depending on where you look. Of the 8 images that can be seen, 4 are black and 4 are white.

View 9-10

 This tool is to work the leather to make strings. One side of the tool is sharp and angled to shave and soften the leather.

October 16th, 2014

Multi-image 'knife' effigy depicting multiple early men

View 1

This artifact was found in Outlook, WA It measures 2 1/2" x 2 1/2"

It is a small right handed/left handed knife. Facing right is a profile of man facing right. On forehead you will see 3 small images. Profile of man looking right and 2 small images facing viewer. Facing left is a profile of some species of man. These smaller images appearing within a larger image represents a trend that I have discovered in many of my effigies, and I have also noticed this trend of smaler images in effigies I have witnessed from others all over the country and thoughout the world who have sent me pictures of their collections.


View 2

Turn 15 degrees clockwise and there are 2 images. One is facing left and the other faces right.

View 3

 Rotate another 15 degrees clockwise. There is an image facing left. On the right side of the rock, there is a profile of a man facing right and another facing the viewer.

View 4

Continue to rotate the rock 30 clockwise and it shows 4 images. 2 images face right and 2 face left. By covering the lower part of the rock, you can see 2 of the images, one facing each direction.

View 5

After uncovering the lower part of rock in pic 4, you can see 2 images that incorporate the covered sections from the previous pictures, They are larger profiles facing left and right.

View 6

Rotate 180 degrees on y-axis and on the right side of the rock, there images of a profile of a man facing right and another facing the viewer.

View 7

Rotate the rock about 20 degrees on y-axis and you can see an image of a man facing left and another facing viewer.

View 8

Rotate counterclockwise 180 and on the right side there is an image facing the viewer.

View 9-10

Rotate counterclockwise 30 degrees On the right side there is an image of a man facing the viewer. On the left side, there is an image facing the viewer.

View 11-12

Demonstrate of how they could have been used right handed and left handed.

October 4th, 2014

Multi-image effigy depicting humans and various bird-type creatures

View 1

This artifact is a left hand/right hand scraper found in Outlook, WA. It measures 3 1/2 by 2 inches. Facing left is a profile of some species of man or woman. It is very old and you can see where the face has been shaved to make the figure. Image has a pointed head.

View 2

Rotate rock 180 degrees clockwise and you can see some species of man with bald head facing right. There is also an image of some species of man facing the viewer with big eyes.

View 3

Rotate 90 degrees clockwise and there is an image facing left. Could it be some species of half human/half bird or just some pre-historic bird?

View 4

Rotate on y-axis 180 degrees and you can see the other side of pre-historic bird.

View 5

This is a demonstration of how the scraper may have been used. It shows work has been done on this rock and is very sharp.

View 6

This is how it would have been used with left hand.

I believe these artifacts to be very old, possibly thousands of years. Who made them? I don't know. They could be self images or made by some other power.

September 24th, 2014

Effigy showing face of early man

View 1

This is an earlier find that I posted in Febuary of 2013. After further study, I have discovered that there is a face in the center, staring back at the viewer. You can clearly see where his eyes and mouth have been worked.

September 15th, 2014

"Knife Scraper" effigy depicting various prehistoric creatures 

This artifact was found in Outlook Washington, in the lower Yakima Valley. It is a scraper and a knife, and has many images of prehistoric animals. It measures four by one and a half inches. The details don't appear as clearly with the camera, unfortunately, but you can see the images very clearly in person. This artifact is very old. The exact date I don't know, but I believe it could be millions of years old. You can see how worn it is, as it has been in the ground for a very long time.
View 1

This is an effigy depicitng what appears to be a human head with an animal body. It is laying down with it's head in profile facing to the left. There are two human faces that appear, one in profile to the left, and the other looking directly at the viewer. You can also see where the creator of this effigy has carved lines to separate the head from the body.

View 2

If you turn the effigy about 45 degrees counter clockwise you will see a prehistoric animal with a long neck, and the animal's face is looking towards the viewer.

View 3

If you rotate the effigy almost 180 degrees, you will see a prehistoric creature, perhaps a snake, facing to the left. The eye, located high and just left of the center, is very distinct, and there is also a clear worked line for the mouth. On the right is another image of a prehistoric creature in profile. It appears to be a bison. There is a line that was created to separate both images from each other. Dividing these two images are thin lines.

View 4

This is how the effigy was used as a tool, as a left-handed knife. It fits comfortable in the hand.

View 5

This is how the tool was used as a scraper to cut with the left hand.

August 25th, 2015

"Knife Scraper" effigy depicting prehistoric animals

View 1

This artifact is a small knife/scraper found in Outlook, WA. It measures 1" x 3". Two images of pre-historic animals; one facing right and one facing left.

View 2

Rotate 180 degrees on y-axis. Same images on back side of rock can also be found on this side.

View 3

Rotate 90 degrees on x-axis. An image of a possible prehistoric animal is facing left.

View 4

Rotate rock 180 degrees on y-axis. Another species of animal facing right can be seen. It is likely the mate of the previous image.

View 5

Rotate 90 degrees on x-axis. The whole body of a prehistoric animal facing right. Perhaps this is the offspring of the previous images. The animal in image 3 is the male, and the animal in image 4 is the female.

View 6

Rotate 90 degrees counterclockwise. You can see the image of a woman standing up with left hand covering left eye. From the midpoint of rock down, you can see an image of a man facing left with an elongated head. Another image of a man is facing right.

In this artifact you can see that one eye is being covered with a hand. I also have other effigies in my collection where the eye is being covered by the hand. I have also seen the eye being covered with some other part of the body. As time went on it seems that the faces began appearing with one eye closed instead of covered. For whatever reason we don't know why they covered one eye. I believe it means something, but we don't know what.

Views 7-9

This is how it would have been used with both left and right hand.

View 10

This is another way it would have been used to cut or scrape​


August 21st, 2014

'Knife' effigy depicting lion and monkey .

View 1

This artifact was found in the Outlook, WA area. It was given to me by a friend. This artifact measures 2 3/4" x 3 1/2". It is used as a knife and shows that it has been worked. It also shows 2 effigies: a lion and a monkey. The top of the artifact is the head of a lion with mouth open. On the bottom of the rock, you can see a monkey facing down. It could be a lion with its prey.


View 2

This is a demonstration of how it could be used as a knife.
I believe these animals existed in the Pacific Northwest a long time ago.

August 12th, 2014

Multi-tool effigy depicting male and female bears

View 1

This artifact is a "mano." Used both left and right-handed. Found in Outlook, WA. Measures 4 1/2" x 2 1/2". Facing right is the whole body of a bear.

View 2

Turn rock 180 degrees counterclockwise. The picture depicts the head of the animal depicted in the previous image.

View 3

Rotate 180 degrees on x-axis. You will see the whole body of a female bear facing left.

View 4

Rotate 180 clockwise and you can see the head of a female bear.

Views 5-6

Demonstration of how it could have been used right and left-handed.​


July 23rd, 2014

Multi-tool effigy depicting male and female bears

This artifact is not a tool. It is rock-art and was found in Outlook, WA. It measures 2 1/2" x 3 ". It depicts a female mammoth, a male mammoth, and a curled snake. This rock looks different and it could be petrified bone.
View 1-2

Here you see the whole body of the female mammoth facing left. On the front of the head you can see two images in one. There is a profile of a man looking left and a woman looking right.

View 3-4

Turn on y axis about 10-15 degrees and there is another view of the female mammoth.

View 5

Turn right on y approx. 150 degrees. Now you will see male mammoth facing right.

View 6

Rotate on x axis top away from you 90 degrees. This rock now depicts a curled up snake.

June 8, 2014

'Knife-scraper' Effigy depicting prehistoric humans and aimals.

This artifact was found in Outlook, WA. Measures 3x2" This artifact is a right-handed scraper and a left-handed knife. It contains 4 images.
View 1

Facing right is a profile of a primitive male animal.

View 2

Rotate artifact clockwise 90 degrees. Profile of primitive female animal, likely the mate.

View 3

In the same position in number 2, there is a profile of some species of people that lived millions of years ago, which I believe to be the mate of the 2nd.

View 4

Rotate artifact 90 counterclockwise. Profile of image of unknown species that existed millions of years ago. I believe to be the mate of the 3rd image.

Views 5-6

Demonstration of how it may be used right and left-handed

March 15th, 2014

'Knife' effigy featuring image depicting alien as well as a modern man with African features.

View 1

This artifact is a small knife for both left and right hand. It measures 2" x 2". Found in Outlook, WA. Facing right is a profile image of modern looking man.

View 2

Turn artifact 90 degrees clockwise. a profile image with African features. facing left there is also an image of a man with long nose.

View 3

Rotate stone on y axis 180 and you can see the same image facing right in pic 2 now facing left. Facing right there is also a profile of an alien with long nose.

Demonstration of how this stone would have been used with left and right hand. 

June 21st, 2014

Effigy with multiple images of a primitive human species

View 1

This artifact is a small knife. It measures 1 3/4" by 2" found in Outlook, WA. Profile image of primitive man facing right.

View 2

If you return to position of picture #1 and rotate on y axis 180 degrees and you will see the same image as now facing left.

View 3

If you return to position #1 and rotate 90 degrees counterclockwise and there is a profile of what looks like a female right and possibly the mate of the previous image.

View 4

If you rotate 180 degrees on y axis you will see same image as #2 facing left.
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View 5

Last position contains an image of a man facing the viewer

Demonstrations of how it would have been used right and left-handed.

June 17th, 2014

Effigy with multiple images of a primitive and modern men

This artifact is a left-handed and right handed knife. It measures 2 1/2" x 3". It was found in Outlook, WA. Facing left is a profile image of a primitive man that roamed the earth thousands of years ago. 
View 1

Facing right is an image of a more modern looking man. Did these different species of man co-exist? Could this also be a couple? This could be one of the oldest artifacts found in North America.

View 2

If you turn the rock around you can see a primitive man facing right.

This is a demonstration of how it could have been used right and left-handed. It is very sharp.

June 15th, 2014

Effigy with multiple images of a prehistoric birds as well as prehistoric men

View 1

This artifact is not a tool but artwork. It was found in outlook, WA. This artifact measures 3" X 1/2". I see a prehistoric bird facing right.

View 2

Rotate 90 degrees counterclockwise and you can see another image of a bird. First image likely male and second image female.

View 3

Rotate 90 degrees counterclockwise and you can see a profile of a man facing left.

View 4

Rotate 180 degrees clockwise and you can see an image of a profile of a man facing right.

View 5

Rotate artifact 180 degrees counterclockwise and there is an image of a man facing left.

View 6

Rotate artifact clockwise and there is a profile of a man facing right.

View 7

Returning to position #1 turn artifact 90 degrees clockwise and I can see what appears to be an angel with wings open. There is an image of a bird with a man, woman, and boy on the bird's back.

View 8

Turn artifact to other side and I see what appears to be another angel with what appears to be 3 images in center of rock.

March 13th, 2014

'Drill scraper' with multiple images of a prehistoric birds 

View 1

Artifact is a drill scraper. Full body of a bird facing left. Head of primitive bird with long beak facing right.

View 2

Turn the artifact around and now the full body of a bird is facing right. Head of primitive bird with long beak facing left.

View 3

Flip it over and head of primitive bird with long beak is facing left.

View 4

Turn artifact over to the right and there is an image of primitive bird with long beak facing right.

View 5

Turn artifact over to the right and there is an image of primitive bird with long beak facing right.

March 12th, 2014

'Knife scraper' with multiple images of early humans  prehistoric birds 

View 1

This artifact is a small knife scraper. It shows the whole body of bird facing left.  The head of bird is facing to the right.  You will also see the profile of man facing left.  The 3 images share same eye.  The beak of the bird forms the nose of the man. 

View 2

If you turn the artifact around to the other side you will now see the full body of bird facing right.  There is a profile of man facing right.  You can see a full head of a bird facing left.  The beak forms the nose of the man, and they share the same eye.

View 3

Flip artifact over and there is a profile of a man facing right.  There is a full head of a bird facing left. 

View 4

Turn the artifact around to the other side and there is a profile of man facing left with the full head of a bird facing right.

View 4

Turn the artifact around to the other side and there is a profile of man facing left with the full head of a bird facing right.

Demonstration of how this artifact would have beenused as a scraper.

February 13th, 2014

'Knife scraper' with multiple images of early humans  prehistoric birds 

View 1

This artifact is a small knife scraper. Profile of ape-man looking right. In the middle, an image of primitive man facing viewer.

View 2

Turn artifact counterclockwise 45 degrees. Profile of primitive man facing right. Facing left is a profile of primitive man. Human bird with wings open facing viewer.

View 3

Turn artifact 180 degrees counter clockwise. Same image as man in Example 2 can be seen but now facing left. There is also an image facing the viewer that shares the same eye.

View 4

Turn artifact 20 degrees counterclockwise. Now image that was facing left in Example 3 shares a face with another image also facing left with long cranium. There is also a profile facing right with long cranium, probably the mate.

View 5

If you flip the rock over, an image of a bird with wings open is facing the viewer. Profile of primitive man facing left. The beak of the bird forms eye of primitive man. Facing right is an image of primitive woman, probably the mate.

View 6

Now turn artifact 45 degrees counterclockwise and you can find an image of a human/ape facing left. There is a small image of a man facing viewer.

View 7

Turn artifact 180 degrees clockwise. Now there is an image of a human/ape facing right. There is a small image of a man facing viewer.

View 8

This is a demonstration of how artifact could be used to cut and scrape.

View 9

These are two artifacts that I have already posted on my website. Here they are side by side to show how similar they are.

February 9th, 2014

'Small scraper' with multiple images of early humans and unidentified animals 

View 1

This artifact is a small scraper. It shows an image of either half human, half animal, or some species of primitive man or an unidentified animal facing to the right. On the upper middle part of the rock there is a small image of a primitive man.

View 2

If we rotate 180 degrees counterclockwise, the same image can be seen as in pic #1 facing left. It also shows image in the center of the rock.

View 3

Rotate 90 degrees clockwise a whole body of a bird can be seen, probably an eagle, with head facing right and wings open. Profile of image of man facing right. And an image facing left.

View 4

Flip over from this position turning to the left. Now a whole body of a bird can be seen facing left. Image of primitive man facing left. Unidentified animal facing right.

View 5

 Rotate 45 degrees clockwise and there is an image of a bear head facing right and the body of a whole bird with head facing viewer.

View 6

Now flip artifact over to the back side and there is a profile of an unidentified animal facing left.

View 7

Now bring artifact back to original position in Example 1. Turn the rock slightly by bringing the left side towards you and shows image of a primitive man.

View 8

Now turn the rock 180 degrees clockwise and tilt by bringing the right side towards you and there is an image of a primitive man.

View 9

These are two artifacts that I have already posted on my website. Here they are side by side to show how similar they are.

This is a demonstration of how you would hold it to scrape.

January 25th, 2014

Two effigies, one depicting a modern looking woman, and the other depicting a primitive man, as well as a mountain, perhaps from Washington State

View 1

In the  area highlighted by the circle you will see the image of a modern looking woman appearing to be asleep or perhaps dead. There is a mystery as to why there is a modern face next to prehistoric faces. There are three other images of prehistoric faces on the top of the rock (facing left, facing viewer, and facing right).

View 2

This artifact is a knife scraper.  It is well-made, shows good workmanship.  It is very old.  This image was made by shaving the stone down and leaving the image raised.  The artifact shows the profile of a primitive man looking to the left and another to the right.  On the right side of the stone it shows a bigger image of primitive man. 

This is a demonstration of how the scraper was used.

View 1

This artifact is well-made small knife/scraper.  This artifact depicts a mountain...most likely a mountain in Washington State.  This artifact shows an image profile of a primitive man to the left and one to the right.  Very worn likely due to use and old age. 

View 2

This pic is the other side of artifact in view 1.

These are demonstrations of how scraper may have been used.

December 28th, 2013

Various effigies containing multiple images: modern men, a gorilla, a hippo, and multiple unidentified creatures.

View 1

This is a knfie scraper. You can see the image of a gorilla-type creature facing to the left. Within the eye area you can see a smaller image of a modern looking man. Near the nose there is another small image of what appears to be a man. These images are very mysterious.

View 2

If we turn the effigy 90 degrees clockwise, there is an image of what appears to be a hippo. These artifacts have been underground for many many years, so the images aren't always clear, but I can still see the general ideas behind them.

View 3

If you swing the rock over, you will see an unidentified animal facing to the right. It appears to be some sort of canine.

This is how the artifact may have been used as a scraper. I believe this is a very old artifact.

View 1

This is an artifact with two images. In the first view you will see the image of a man in profile facing to the left.

View 2

This is the same effigy as above. If you turn it 15 degrees clock-wise you will see two images. One of a gorilla-type species facing to the left. On the forehead might be another small image of another creature. Perhaps this is a mother with her baby.

This is how the artifact was used as a scraper.

View 1

This is a very old pointhead with the image of a woman in profile, facing to the left.

View 1

This is a mysterious artifact where there are many different images, depending on where you look. There are six sides to this work of art. Why there are so many, I don't know. I believe this artifact may have been used as currency between these ancient people.

View 2

This is another view of the effigy where you can see more images. Depending on where you look, more effigies will appear. I leave it up to you to see if you can spot them.

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This is a mysterious artifact where there are many different images, depending on where you look. There are six sides to this work of art. Why there are so many, I don't know. I believe this artifact may have been used as currency between these ancient people.

Three more angles. There are many different images all over this effigy.


December 27th, 2013

Effigy 1: Primitive couple with various animals, including an elephant or mammoth, and unidentified bird.

Effigy 2:  'Knife-scraper' featuring a primitive man and woman, as well as a monkey.

Effigy 3: 'Scraper' effigy featuring multiple images of primitive man.

Views 1-2

To the left you will see the image of a primitive man. To the right is another image of a person in profile. This is possibly a couple, with the male to the right and the female to the left. The entire effigy looks like a bird with its wings expanded. Facing the viewer is an image of an elephant or mammoth. You can see the ears extended and the trunk in the center.

View 2

If you turn the rock 90 degrees clock-wise you will see the image of a primitive man facing to the right (first circle). If you concentrate on the lower part of the effigy you will see two images, one facing the viewer and the other facing to the left.

View 3

If you turn the rock 180 degrees to the left you will see the image of a primitive man facing to the left. On the area of the forehead, you will see a second image of a primitive man.

View 4

If you return to the "eagle view" and flip the rock, and then rotate 90 degrees to the left, you will see this view of a prehistoric man facing to the left. You can clearly see the brow ridge, eye socket, nose and protruding mouth.

View 5

In this final view of a man facing the viewer.

Final Thoughts

I believe this is not a tool, but rather a work of art. My theory is that, the more images appear on the artifact, the more valuable it was, and therefore the more likely it was used as currency. These are not works of the imagination. I believe in what I see. In my opinion these images provide concrete evidence of the intelligence of this primitive race. You are seeing, in my opinion, one of the oldest artifacts ever to be found. This could be the work of an ancient civilization.

View 1

This is a knife or scraper. You will see an image of a primitive man that may have roamed the earth thousands of years ago.

View 2

If you flip the rock 180 degrees you will see a female facing to the right in profile. Perhaps ths is the mate of the man in the first image?

View 3

If you turn the effigy over, you will see this image of a primitive man in side profile facing the left

View 4

If you turn the effigy to face you, you will see the image of a man looking straight ahead

View 5

Here is another image of what appears to be a monkey lying down

View 6

Here is an example of how to hold the scraper. It has a very sharp edge which is used for cutting hides.

View 1

This is a knife-scraper with four images. This is a profile of a man looking to the right.

View 2

If you turn the rock counter clockwise, you will see another image of a man in profile facing to the left.

View 3

If you turn the effigy to the other side you will see a modern looking man facing to the right.

View 4

If you turn the effigy clock-wise 180 degrees you will see a modern looking man with what appears to be some sort of fur hat.

This is a demonstration of how the effigy was used as a scraper.

November 27th, 2013

Effigy 1: 'Shaver' tool with images of a boar, various primitive humans, and bird

Effigy 2:  'Knife-scraper' effigy featuring various Native Americans, as well as the image of a bear

Effigy 3: 'Scraper' effigy featuring multiple images of primitive man.

View 1

This artifact could have been a shaving tool that was used to clean hides. It has three mainimages. Facing to the left is an image of what appears to be a lion. To the right is the image of a boar. And directly in the center is an image of a prehistoric man in profile, facing to the left.

In the middle image of the prehistoric man you will see three more images of different faces. Directly in the center, facing the viewer, you will see a modern looking man. To the right, depending on where you look, there will be another image of a prehistoric man. And to the left, there is another prehistoric man. These may be three different species of people. This type of art is very mysterious. The images are complex, and you have to study for awhile before you can identify them.

Within the image of the boar on the right of the effigy there is another image of a prehistoric turtle.

There may be more images, but these are the main three. In my opinion this could be a self image created by one of the people who roamed the planet thousands, perhaps millions of years ago. This could be one of the oldest artifacts found in Washington state.

Within the white circle you may also see a few other images of early men if you look closely.

View 2

If you rotate the effigy 180 degrees, you will see the image of a bird facig to the left, as well as a large animal, perhaps a boar, laying down with its head resting.

This is an example of how the tool may have been used to clean the hides of large prey.

Native American Effigy, View 1

This artifact is a knife scraper with an effigy of a Native American facing to the left and wearing a ceremonial headress.

View 2

If you rotate the effigy 180 degrees to the right you will see what appears to be a Native American looking to the right. On top you will see the head of an eagle. This is a full bodied image with wings on either side. In the middle there is an image of a man looking to the left.

View 3

if you flip the image horizontally you will see two images of Native Americans, one looking to the right and another to the left. Could this symbolize a meeting between tribes or chiefs?

View 4

If you rotate the effigy 90 degrees clockwise you will see a bear facing to the left

This is how it may have been used as a tool. It has a very sharp edge.

View 5

This artifact is a knife scraper that was likely used with the left hand. You will see the profile of a bird facing to the left. On the lower part of the effigy you will see the profile of an early human facing to the left.

View 6

n this red circle you will see another image of an early human in profile facing to the right.

View 7

In the blue circle you will see an image of what appears to be a prehistoric bird.

View 8

If you flip the rock over you will see on the bottom of the bird the image of an early man in profile facing to the right (in the blue circle). I

View 9

In the red circle you will see the profile of an early man facing to the left.

View 10

If you flip the effigy 180 degrees counter clock-wise you will see an early man facing to the left (red circle)

View 11

In the blue circle you will see what appears to be a monkey-like humanoid facing the viewer. On the far right you will see an image of a bear facing to the right.

View 12

If you flip the rock to the right you will see another very clear image of a bear in profile facing to the right.

Demonstration

This is how it may have been used as a tool.

November 27th, 2013

Effigy 1: Early humans

Effigy 2:  Ape-like human and other primitive human species

Effigy 3: Hidden image of a man with very modern looking features

View 1

These are images of people that might have existed a long time ago. First image facing the viewer stands on its own.

View 2

Rotated 90 degrees to the right, you will see the profile of the same image from above.

View 3

Rotate 180 degrees to the left, you will see the same profile of the same image.

View 4

Turn the stone back to the same position as the first image, facing the viewer. Flip backwards 180 degrees, you will see another image, probably the mate. They share the same eyes.

View 5

Now turn it to the right 90 degrees and you will see the same image as the third view.

View 6

Now turn to the left 180 degrees. This profile seems to be the other side of the fourth view.

View 1: Ape-like human species

This is an effigy of an ape-like human, in both right and left profile. I believe it could have roamed the earth millions of years ago. These could be some of the oldest images of early humans in existence. These could either have been self images, or created by others with higher intelligence. There is evidence on the surface of the effigy that it has been worked on.

View 2

This is the view of what could be a female, perhaps the mate of the first image. If you look closely, you will notice what looks like the offspring, holding onto her head.

View 3

Here you will see another image of an early man in profile facing to the left.

View 4 (rotated past 180 degrees)

This is a profile of an early human facing to the left. He appears to have an elongated cranium, which gives him an alien-like appearance.


If you face the edge of the effigy towards the camera, you will see the image peering back at you

View 5

This is another image of an early human that appears on the side of the effigy, facing the viewer.

Hidden face

When I took this photograph, a very small image appeared that I had not noticed before. It appears to be a man, staring directly at the viewer. He has modern looking facial characteristics. He has a black spot on his right cheek, which looks like an injury. There is something very mysterious about this effigy. With the naked eye, the image appears to be very small, but with the light from the camera, it appears much larger.

This same phenomenon happens with the effigy to the left, of a baby.

Both of these effigies came from the same gravel pit. It's possible that these effigies could be millions of years old.

August 4th, 2013

Effigy 1: Early human, with images of what appears to be a Native American, as well as a sea turtle

Effigy 2: A vulture

View 1

This is an image of a man in profile, facing to the right. This effigy could have beenan axe they attached with a wooden handle. This man appears with modern features and no hair.

View 2

Flip 180 degrees to the left and you will see the profile of what appears to be a native American looking to the left.

View 3

If you flip it 90 degrees clock-wise, you will see a turtle. 

If you focus on the circled area you will see the image of a man with modern facial features who appears to be looking through a window.

View 3

If you flip the rock 180 degrees you will see four images in total. Two men can be seen in the same image...one looking to the left and one looking to the right. There are also two women hidden in there as well, both also looking to the left and right.

In the second photograph, depending on where you focus, you will see a woman, or a man (two diferent faces in the same image). The woman appears to be wearing a crown.

In the third photograph you will see the face of a man peering at you.

Vulture

This appears to be an effigy of a vulture.



June 20th, 2013

Effigy 1: 'Hammer' with image of the sun and other various depictions

Effigy 2: A 'mano,' which is a grinder type tool, with the image of a human with a one eye open, one eye closed motif.

Effigy 1: the sun

This rock appears to be a small hammer. On the stone, you can see a sun. Within the sun, you can see two eyes and a mouth. On top of the sun, you can see an image of a little girl.



Effigy 2: Grinder tool with various faces

One eye open, one eye closed motif, discovered in Washington State. This artifact is a mano, which is spanish for a grinder tool. Its use was to tan hides and grind. It was used by both the left and right hand. The closed eye has dual images. To see these images, you need to train your eyes to look in the right spot. One of the images on the closed eye has African features. The open eye has 3 small images inside. This artifact is 6 inches high and 4 1/2 inches wide. I found this on the side of a rural road. The artifact #25 was also found nearby, along with the hippo/gorilla artifact (on a previous post).



June 20th, 2013

Effigy 1: Artifact depicting a hippo , gorilla, and other unidentified animals

Effigy 2: 'Scraper' depicting modern looking man and an alien creature

Effigy 1:

This is an artifact with images of animals. To the left there is an image of a hippo. To the right and facing the viewer, there is an image of a gorilla. The eye of the hippo makes the nose of the gorilla.



View 2​

Flip the rock it horizontally and there is the body of an un-identified animal.



View 3

Rotate the stone 90 degrees clockwise and there is another image of an unidentified animal. The eye of pic #10 forms the eye of pic #11.



View 4

Rotate 180 degrees counterclockwise and you can see an image of an early man.



Effigy 2: Modern man and 'Alien' man

This is a right hand scraper. To the right, the profile of a modern looking man, to the left a profile of an alien type man can be seen. These species of man I believe I already have in my collection. The left eye of the alien-looking man forms the mouth of a small image.



View 2

When you flip horizontally to the right you will see an image of a ghost-like creature with an open mouth facing the viewer. Also, you will see two small images facing towards the right: one on the bottom and one on top.



View 3

If you rotate the artifact 180 degrees, facing right is the profile image of a man and to the left another profile image of a man.



As a tool for use​

Demonstration of how this artifact can be used as a scraper



May 10th, 2013

Effigy 1: 'Scraper' with images of a bird and a parasaurolophus

Effigy 2: 'Scraper' depicting early humans

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This is a well-made right-hand/left hand scraper which has about six images. I will show two when I demonstrate how it might have been used. You will see a bird facing to the right and looking up and a parasaurolophus looking to the left. Turn it 15-20 degrees clockwise and you will now see a bird facing to the left a parasaurolophus to the right.



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Flip to the other side and you will see the same images as on the previous side. This is a similar artifact to the one I posted on March 20th, 2013. It is interesting that when you rotate the rock from one image to the next, the same marking forms the eyes to both images.



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These are demonstrations of how the scraper may have been used. In these pics, you can see additional images of faces on the scraper.



Effigy 2: 'Scraper' featuring various images of an unidentified early human species




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This is a right hand/ left hand scraper. To the left is a profile of a species of people that roamed the earth in prehistoric time. To the right is a profile of a different species of man. Turn it 180 degrees clockwise and there is a profile of what I believe is a female. To the left is a profile of a different species of people. If you turn the artifact over to the backside, you will see the same images mirrored from the previous side. In addition, you can see a very small image of a prehistoric man on the upper-center part of the rock.



As a tool for use​

This is a demonstration of this scraper in the pics above



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Update

On the third image of the prehistoric woman, I have discovered even more possible images. If you concentrate on the dark area in the top left part of the effigy, you will notice 6 or 7 images of various early humans. This is a very mysterious find. What I believe I may have discovered is a type of "hidden art", perhaps some sort of puzzle or game, where images seem to appear and become more clear the longer you look at them. I have noticed and commented on this phenomenon on other sites that I have visited. It's possible that these may have been the earliest humans to have roamed the earth.



April 13th, 2013

Effigy 1: 'Scraper' with images of an unidentified species of male and female humans

Effigy 2: Artifact containing various images of primitive animals

Effigy 3:  Artifact depicting images of mother bird and baby bird

Effigy 1




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This artifact is a left hand/right hand scraper.  I am able to identify 8 images.  To the right, you will see a profile of a primitive male from a species that may have roamed the earth in prehistoric times.  To the left is a profile of a female.  On top of both these images you will see a secondary image on each.  In the center you can see two images of a couple facing the viewer.  If you rotate the stone, you will see the same images duplicated on the back side.  Could they be testing our intelligence or ability to identify these hidden images?

Update: I believe I have found two more images that appear and seem to disappear. On the third photograph, on the profile facing to the right, concentrate on the right eye. The couple facing the viewer, to the right you will see two small images of small children facing the viewer.  Could this be the whole family?



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As a tool for use

These are demonstrations of how this scraper might have been used.



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Effigy 2

I believe these are depictions of primitive animals that they would see in every day life. These rocks are also able to stand on their own.  In addition, there are faces scratched into the rock. 



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Effigy 3

This is a baby bird with the wings spread out.  On the same rock you can see the mother bird with her face tucked under her wing as if asleep.  There eyes and beaks can be clearly seen.  These images seem to be half human made and half nature made.



March 31st, 2013

Two artifact tools with various images of modern-looking men​

Effigy 1

On the right edge you will see profile image of a man. To the left you will see profile image of man with long nose.



View 2

If you flip the artifact to the left, you will see profile image of man with long nose.



View 3

If you turn 170 degrees clock-wise you will see the profile image of man with long nose who appears to be laughing.



View 4

Turn 45 degrees counter-clockwise you will see another profile image of man looking left with a feather on top of the head.



As a tool in use

Demonstration of how this stone may have been held.



Effigy 2​

This is a left hand/ right hand scraper knife. To the left, you will see a profile of a modern man. To the right you will see the profile of a man with a long nose.



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Tool in use​

Demonstration of how this rock could be held



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Tool in use​

It is interesting that these three rocks have been chipped of a main rock the same way...one side being smooth and the other side rough. There is a pattern of finding the effigies on the rough side.



March 29th, 2013

'Scraper' tool with various images of modern-looking man with long nose

View 1

This is a left hand/ right hand scraper knife. To the left, you will see a profile of a modern man. To the right you will see the profile of a man with a long nose.



View 2

If rock is rotated clockwise 45 degrees, you will see another image to the left. The chin of the image before rotation now forms the nose of the image to the left after rotation.



View 3

If you turn image approximately 15 degrees clockwise, you will see additional images of a person with a long nose to the right and another image to the left.



View 4

If you rotate the rock to the other side, you will see the same images as the front side. This is the other side of the first photograph pictured above.



View 5

This is a demonstration of how this scraper might have been held.
Could this be a game or puzzle meant for people of today to solve?



March 22nd, 2013

Collection of various bird effigies

These are figurines of birds. They all seem to have a flat bottom that allows them to stand up. The faces of the birds are not as detailed as other effigies that I have seen on some of my other rocks. These bird figures may have been created for some type of game. I have seen similar types of bird figurines on other websites. I found these close to one another.



March 20th, 2013

'Scraper' with various images of birds and a dinosaur

View 1

You will see two images on this rock. One is facing to the right. One is facing to the left. The images could be of unidentified/pre-historic types of animals.



View 2

To the right, you will see a bird standing and looking upward. To the left, you will see an animal that resembles a Parasaurolophus dinosaur. It is interesting that both images of the dinosaur share the same eye.



View 3

If you turn the rock counter-clockwise about 15 degrees, you will see a bird standing and another image of a Parasaurolophus. Why is the same type of images on both sides of the rock? This cannot be made by nature.



Tool in use...​

Above is a demonstration of how the rock could have been used as a scraper



March 20th, 2013

'Scraper' with various images of birds and a dinosaur

View 1

The first picture up at the top is a thumb scraper early man image looking to the right.



View 2

In the circled area you can see another face of an early homan peering at you.



View 3

If you turn it 180 degrees you will see another profile of early man looking to the left. All the lines mean something, some form of writing or hieroglyphics. This appears to be a message.



Tool in use...​

The image shows a species of man with more modern features. This is a small thumb scraper. I'm showing an example of how the effigy was used as a tool.



Update

This is another image I just discovered on the back side of the rock "Two Brothers." On the top of the head there is another image with a small image on the left eye. Also, on the main image of the man, there is a small image on the left eye. I have seen a pattern of small images on the eyes of larger or main images. I have seen this in my own collection and on those of other websites. Is this a message for us or is it just art?



Effigy: Prehistoric man in profile ​

This resembles an early human in profile. This could also have been a scraper.



Effigy: Homo Erectus ​

This is one of my favorite and I believe most important finds. It shows a side profile of an early human. Each side shows the same, distinct shape of a face.



Effigy: Prehistoric bird​

This effigy appears to be a prehistoric bird. This may also have been used as a hammer. The back of the head fits in the hand comfortably.



Effigy depicting prehistoric bird

View 1

Here is the image of a prehistoric bird in profile, facing to the right (his left). On the top of his cranium is a bump. You can see his eye and his beak.



View 2

In this image, you can see another view of a bird facing the viewer. The head of the bird is located at the top, and his tail is located at the bottom right.



View 3

If you turn the effigy 90 degrees counter clockwise, you will see the above image of a prehistoric pig or boar, facing to the left.



View 4

If you flip the effigy downward, you will see another image, which appears to look similar to a chicken. You can see the head facing to the left, and the tail on the right.



View 5

This final view is how the effigy was used as a scraper. It fits comfortably in the hand, and the edge is sharp



Effigy: Unknown human species​

The image shows a species of man with more modern features. This is a small thumb scraper. I'm showing an example of how the effigy was used as a tool.



Effigy: ​Frog (first view)

This effigy appears to be a frog facing to the left. It is also a scraper.



View 2

If you flip the effigy, on the other side you will see what appears to be a fish, facing to the left. On the top is the fin.



Tool in use...

This image above is an example of how the scraper was used.



Effigy: ​Unidentified prehistoric animal

This effigy above is a prehistoric animal. Perhaps a pig?



Effigy depicting prehistoric man, lion, and other unidentified creature

View 1​

This effigy seems to have two faces, one stacked on the other. The top image appears to be an early human, perhaps a species related to neanderthal. On the lower part of the effigy appears to be a man with less prehistoric features. Both images are in profile, facing to the right.



View 2

If you turn the effigy over you will see two more effigies on the backside. This "dual faced" effigy appears to have an image on each side. On the left is a lion ready to spring into action. On the right looks to be some sort of bear or other unknown creature.



View 3

On the other side of the effigy appears to be another animal (possibly the same species as the one above). It is a small, unknown creature that is low to the ground. It appears to have fur all over its body.



Effigy depicting alien man and early man

View 1

This effigy has four images. The effigy appears to be a small scraper. The tool has some wear on it, which seems to indicate that work has been done with the scraper. This view above shows an early man. There is a bump on his cranium. This species may have been in the process of evolving to lose the bump. On the right is another image of a man. You can see his protruding forehead and mouth.



View 2

In this view (if you turn the effigy around), you will see what may be an alien-like species. You can see it in profile facing to the left. It appears to have a large skull.

In the skull area you can see what appears to be a second image of a face, in the same profile, looking upward. There is a small dent indicating the eye, and another dent underneath the protruding part which appears to be the nose.




View 3

In this view above, if you turn the effigy, you will see another view of what appears to be an alien-looking species. You can clearly make out the large skull.



View 4

In the final view above, you can see an alien facing the viewer. It has unique facial characteristics.



Effigy: Prehistoric man​

This effigy above looks to be some sort of early man. He is facing to the left. This is also a scraper.



Effigy depicting alien man and modern man

View 1​

The stone on the right has an image of a profile of a person looking to the left. The stone on the left has images of two profiles. One is looking to the right and the other to the left.



View 2

Here are the same stones as in view 1 but, flipped over. The stone on the right has two images…one image is of a face looking at the viewer and the other is a profile of a face looking to the left. The stone on the left has an image of an alien-like face also looking at the viewer and a profile looking to the right.



Tools in use...​

A demonstration of how the stone on the left of views 1 and 2 could be used as a cutting or scraping tool.





This is the stone on the right of pics 1 and 2 and can also be used as a cutting or scraping tool.



Effigy depicting ape-like family

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This effigy shows what appears to be four views of an ape-like early man. You will see with each view, a man, a young boy, and a woman holding a baby. What you are looking at may be what early men looked like thousands, perhaps millions of years ago. This is also a scraper, as it is very sharp and fits comfortably in the hand.


View 1

The first view shows a man in side profile, facing to the left. It measures a little over 1 inch in width.


View 2

The second view shows what appears to be a young boy, facing to the right, with his arms extended outward.


View 3

This third view is the reverse of the first view, showing the man facing to the right.


View 4

This fourth view shows what appears to be an ape-like female cradling her offspring. The offspring also appears ape-like, with a pointed cranium.


View 5

In this final view, if you turn this effigy on its side, it appears to be a prehistoric bird with his wings open, facing to the left. Here the effigy is being compared to another, bird-like effigy.


Effigy depicting early human family/newborn bird

View 1

Here is the image of a woman facing to the left, one facing to the right, and one facing the viewer. On the lower left part of the effigy you will see a man in profile.


View 2

In the view you can see what appears to be either a pregnant female, or a female carrying a baby.

In this same view, if you look at the very top of the effigy (the "head" of the pregnant woman), you can see what appears to be a standing bird, facing to the left. You have to look very close, but you will see the eye, a beak, and the tail sticking out at the very top.


View 3

Here you will see what appears to be a newborn bird.

In the white circle, you can see another image of some sort or prehistoric creature, facing to the left.


Effigy depicting human faces wearing four expressions

View 1

In this first view, you can see the profile of a man facing to the right (his left). His expression appears to be happy (perhaps because we discovered him).



View 2

In this view, the face of the person appears to be sad.



View 3

Here is another image of a face in profile, facing to the right. This appears more modern, whereas the others in the effigy look more primitive. You can clearly see his face, his nose, and his mouth.



View 4

is the image of an early human. This appears ape-like. You can see the brow ridge, nose, and the protruding mouth. Perhaps the species co-existed.



Effigy: Three brothers​, view 1

This effigy has three images. In this view, you can see a human facing to the left.



View 2

If we turn the effigy clock-wise about 15 degrees, you will see the second view. The face is in profile, facing to the left.



View 3

If you turn the effigy 90 degrees, you will see the third and final view above. Here you can see an early human in profile, facing to the right.



Tool in use​

This picture demonstrates how this effigy could have been used as a scraper. You can see a dark area where the oils from prehistoric hands may have stained it.



Two images of early ape man

This effigy shows what appears to be two faces on the left side.These faces appear to have very primitive characteristics. In the middle of the rock is also two more images of a face. This effigy is a scraper, and because it fits more comfortably in the left hand, it may have been intended for left hand use.



Flying man with bird​

This, I believe, may have been a knife. As with many other effigies on this page, it has multiple images, which I will attempt to explain. It will show the image of a man flying (facing to the right). Another image you will see is the head of a bird, looking towards the left. You will also see an image of a man with a horn looking back.

If you look at the middle-left area of the rock, you will see an image of a man facing to the left, with a dark beard. It will He appears to have an expression of agony. If you look long enough, you will notice that the same face also appears to be looking to the right, as well as facing the viewer. This same phenomenon also appears in other artifats, which I will explain in the future.



View 2

If you rotate the effigy 40 degrees or so counter clockwise, you will see what could be an alien facing to the left. This rock will show more images, but I will add more detailed descriptions later. As I have stated elsewhere on this site, I believe early men may have been in contact with beings from another planet, and I have wondered if this could have been one of the men flying the ship, transporting humans. Each effigy contains a story they intended for future generations to study.



Effigy: Prehistoric man​

I believe this could have been one of the earliest humans. I believe this is a knife because it fits in the hand and it has signs of being worked on. It is sharp enough to cut through meat, which I have tried. On the right side is the image of a man in profile. Like most of these effigies, it looks much more clear in person than it does in photograph. You can recognize the facial features much easier.  



Effigy depicting human faces and prehistoric animal

View 1​

Here, you will see two faces, one pointing towards the right, and one facing head on. I have already found one similar to this (of the praying woman). This may have been a knife, as it has a sharp edge, and other signs that it has been worked with. It fits comfortably in the right hand, which makes me think that it was a right-handed tool.

The face on the right of the effigy has another image, depending on how you are looking at it. He appears to be looking at you, and he is also looking downward. This same "dual image" also has another image in the right eye.



View 2

If you turn this effigy 180 degrees, you will see a man facing to the left, in side profile.



View 3

Now when you turn the effigy onto its side (90 degrees clock-wise), it resembles a prehistoric animal similar to another effigy I had posted long ago. You can find that effigy down below. We can draw a tentative conclusion that whoever made these rocks must have lived in prehistoric times along with these animals, or they must have known about them somehow.



Second series of human faces, as well as a prehistoric animal

View 1​

Here is the first view of what appears to be an early woman in side profile, facing to the right (her left).



View 2

In this next view (If you flip the effigy as if you were opening a door), you will see the side profile of the male species, facing to the left (his right).



View 3

In this third view below, if you turn the rock 90 degrees to the right, you will see a prehistoric animal of some kind.



Effigy with seven images


​​​I believe this is one of my most important finds. In my opinion this may be one of the oldest artifacts in the world. Like most of my effigies, it has a sharp edge and fits comfortably in both the right and left hand. Like many of my other artifacts, it may be lava rock, which leads me to believe that these prehistoric humans used this material.



View 1​

This is the first view. The face is pointing to the right. I think it's female because it looks less aggressive.



View 2

If you turn the effigy 90 degrees counter clock wise, you will get the second view. To me it looks like more male.



View 3

The third image appears when you turn it back clock-wise 90 degrees and flip the rock. This is another view of a female.



View 4

The fourth image appears when you turn the effigy clock-wise 90 degrees. This is the second male view.



View 5

If you concentrate on the lower right area, you will see an image of a man in agony, with his tongue out.



View 6

Here you will see an image of a modern man looking downward. He appears to have a mark on the right eye, and I have noticed this same mark on other effigies in my collection, and also on effigies on other sites.



View 7, 'flying man

If you turn the fourth view 90 degrees clockwise, you will see a flying man. The head appears on the right corner, looking off to the right. The other side (not pictured) also shows what I believe is another flying man. I believe every effigy has a story. I have always wondered if the makers of these effigies had once come in contact with aliens.



Final image​

Here is the final image on this effigy. If you turn the fifth view over (as if you were opening a door), you will see a type of creature. It appears to be lying down. Right by my left thumb you can see its teeth. I find it very mysterious that the effigy doesn't seem to have teeth, but after this picture was taken, teeth appeared. Multiple photos were also taken, and once again the teeth appeared.



Tool in use

Here is a demonstration of how this effigy may have been used as a knife or scraper. The edge is very sharp.



Effigy: Alien man​

This effigy appears to be a man with more "modern" facial features. You can see the nose and the mouth on the right side. The interesting thing about this effigy is that the eye appears to be oversized. For that reason I think it could have been an alien, which leads again me to wonder if these early humans had come in contact with aliens.



Effigy: Praying man and woman

This is another stone tool. A scraper, small knife, and a small tool to puncture. This effigy shows two images of a woman, one facing to the right, and one facing directly at you. On the left, you will see a man in profile. But if you look long enough, you will see another face looking at you. Both of them appear to be praying, with interlocked fingers.



View 2​

If you turn the effigy clock-wise 90 degrees, you will find the image of a woman facing to the right. The woman appears to have African facial features.



Comparison view with other effigy​




Effigy: Female, early human

This image above appears to be a female early huamn. Here you can see her face facing to the left side. Her lower jaw protrudes, and you can clearly see her heavy brow ridge.

The lower photo is a demonstration of how I believe it was used as a scraper.



Effigy: Two prehistoric faces​

This image above appears to be a female to the left and a male to the right. Many of these effigies appear to have at least two faces of both genders, leading me to believe that they may be self images made for a couple.

I believe this is a very old artifact. How old, I don't know, but I have feeling it goes back very very far. It appears to be a knife, due to its sharp edges. It fits very comfortable in the hand. This effigy is very worn (especially on the "male" side), likely due to its use and apparent old age.

I also noticed what looks like writing on the effigy.



Effigies with various images

This effigy above was used, in my opinion, to for grinding, because it has an edge that appears to be worn. This effigy shows various images of men that seem to appear depending on how you tilt it. I don't know how successful it will be to show the transition, but I will do my best to explain. This is the first view.




Second view

This effigy above is the second view. If you notice the highlighted area, you will see the image of a man facing to the left. He is wearing a hat. A little to the right of the white circle, you will see a white sombrero, laying on the groundl




Two Prehistoric Faces in Profile


These two effigies above aren't only works of art but scrapers or knives as well. Later on I will offer a demonstration of how I believe they were used. I like to classify them as scrapers because they are sharp. I believe they are images of people. I have grouped them together because there is an uncanny similarity.

The effigy of the human on the right, in my opinion, might be deceased. Perhaps he was a person of importance, and they are honoring him.




Single Effigy with 'two face' motif​

This is a comparison of two effigies that have a similar appearance. The photo on the right shows an effigy with three images. On the right side you will see what I think is a female. On the left side you will see the male in profile. As I took the picture, I found another image I hadn't noticed before. Perhaps it was too small to catch, but zoomed in, you can see the small mouth of what appears to be a baby or child (you can clearly see the mouth in the highlighted area.




Closeup​

If you turn the above left effigy, you will find another view. This is a very mysterious effigy. There are actually more images than those listed, but I will only explain one here for now.

With the naked eye you will see only the main images, but if you move it to the light, you will the images above. Perhaps there are even more images.

I found the above effigy in the Yakima county, in a driveway where they were using rocks from a gravel pit. This is a surface find.



Effigy: Unidentified peaceful/aggressive animal​
This effigy above looks like a peaceful little animal facing the left.




View 2​

This effigy is the same rock, turned 90 degrees clock-wise. It looks like some sort of angry animal!I believe this was made "by nature."




Effigy: 'Stone knife' Grizzly Bear ​

This effigy above is a stone knife. It appears to be a bear. Perhaps they chose it for its color to represent the fur.
I believe this was made "by nature."

I believe whoever found this rock realized that it looked like a bear, and so they sharpened it (you can see signs that it has been worked on) and used it as a knife. The tool fits comortably in the hand.



Newly discovered image​

This is another image I just discovered on the back side of the rock "Two Brothers." On the top of the head there is another image with a small image on the left eye. Also, on the main image of the man, there is a small image on the left eye. I have seen a pattern of small images on the eyes of larger or main images. I have seen this in my own collection and on those of other websites. Is this a message for us or is it just art?



Effigy: Aligator/crocodile 'thumb scraper'​

These are two "thumb scrapers." They appear to be baby alligators or crocodiles.



Effigy: Fish/bird scrapers 

This is another "thumb scraper" effigy. On the left is a fish in profile, and on the right is a prehistoric animal. Perhaps a bird?



Effigy: Second alien man, view 1

This is a stone tool, which I believe looks like a flying man. The face is on the left, and there appears to be "lines" that move in the direction of the right. I believe the lines indicate that the man was flying or moving very fast. Why would the creators of this effigy depict a flying being? Perhaps it was another alien? Were they trying to tell us something?



Tool in use...

This is a demonstration of how the tool could have been used as a scraper or cutting tool.



Effigy: Rhino, view 1

This effigy is a scraper in the image of a rhino. You can clearly see the horn on the left side.



View 2

If you flip the effigy as if you were opening a door, you will see the other side of the rhino.



View 3, 'Ram'

If you flip the second Rhino view 90 degrees clockwise, you will see what appears to be a ram or goat.



View 4

If you flip the first view of the ram as if you were opening a door, you will see the second image of the ram, with the horn on the right side.



Effigy: Whale or shark

This effigy clearly shows the eyes and mouth of a whale or shark. It also has two "fins" on the bottom. This could very well have been a wedge or a point head. You can see more point heads here.



'Leaf scraper' effigy

To me this looks like an effigy of a leaf. Was there some symbolic meaning? I have more little leaf-type scrapers bearing the same shape, which you can see elsewhere on this site, but this one stands out. Why did they create the form of a leaf? Were leaves used as remedies or medicines or some type of drink? 



Effigy: Monkey

This is an effigy of a monkey facing to the left. The sharp edge on the right leads me to believe that it was also a knife/scraper tool. It fits comfortably in the hand.



Effigy: Horse

This resembles a horse to the left and a duck to the right. The "beak" on the duck is a sharp point that could have been used as a scraping tool.



Effigy: Unidentified creature​

Here is a "bird-like" creature. To the left you can notice another face in profile. Many of these rocks have "dual faces."



Effigy: 'Gorilla' man​

I call this one the "gorilla-man." This looks like an effigy with two faces, one on each end. The face on the left seems to look more masculine, and the face on the right could have been a female.



Effigy: bird​

This tapered rock could have been a type of prehistoric bird. Because of its shape, I believe it could have been used as a projectile point.



Effigy: Early human​

The rock looks like an early human in profile. This effigy was also likely used as a tool, perhaps an axe. The edge is very sharp.



Effigy: Prehistoric head with beak​

This looks like the side profile of a type of bird. This could very well have been a tool, as the beak is a sharp point.



Effigy: Unidentified prehistoric animal​

This could be a prehistoric animal.



Effigy: Bear​

This resembles some sort of animal in profile. Perhaps a black bear?



Effigy: Unidentified creature​

What type of prehistoric animal could this have been?



Effigy: Prehistoric sea creature​

This may have been some sort of prehistoric fish in profile. The "face" is on the left side.



Effigy: Animal with bird​

This looks like the side profile of an animal. To the right resembles some sort of bird in profile. The beak of the bird is a sharp point that could have been used as a scraper or some type of shaving tool.



Effigy: Prehistoric bird​

This resembles a prehistoric bird.



Effigy: Prehistoric human head​

This looks like the head of a prehistoric human being.



Effigy: Big cat​

This has the shape of a big cat on the left, and some sort of prehistoric animal to the right.



Twin scraper effigies of birds​

These appear to be two birds. Each rock has the same shape. Because they have sharp points and fit easily into the hand, I believe they were possibly used as scrapers or sharpeners.



Effigy: Mysterious unidentified creature​

This shows the profile of some unknown animal. It fits comfortably in the hand, so I believe it may have been used as a shaving tool. Could this have been a dog?



Effigy: Unidentified creature​

This looks like an animal that seems to have evolved to move in the water, like a crocodile.



Effigy: Crocodile or Alligator

Effigy of an alligator or corocodile-like animal. This could also be a wedge-like tool.



Effigy: Male and Female

This effigy has two images, what I believe are male and female versions of a human-type mammal. At the top you will notice the female. Could it have been a sasquatch?



Effigy: Two Native Americans​

This effigy could show two faces, one on each end. They appear to be Native Americans with different shaped heads. You can clearly see the noses on each sides. This effigy also appears to be a scraper, as it is sharp at both edges. Because of its sharp edge and shape, which fits comfortably in the hand, I believe it could have been a knife or scraper.



Effigy: Reptile​

This looks to be an unknown creature. You can make out the eye and the mouth. It has the texture of scales, which leads me to believe that they were trying to represent some sort of reptile. This could have had multiple uses as a tool, as the edge is sharp.



Prehistoric Bipedal Mammal with Four Images



​​​These below are three views of the same effigy. Each side has a different face, perhaps depicting an early species of monkey. EDIT: I believe this could be a monkey because of the way the head is pointed downard, making it less upright.



View 1

Facing to the left, you can see the brow, nose, and open mouth.



View 2​

If you flip the effigy 180 degrees clockwise, you will the image of another face, this time to the right. The mouth protrudes outward.



View 3​

In this last view, if you flip the effigy as if you were opening a door, you will see what appears to be a small baby clinging onto its mother. The baby is at the very top, and the female head is on the left side.



Effigy: the sun​

With lines eminating from the circle in the center, I think this could have been a depiction of the sun.



Effigy: the male organ​

This effigy appears to be the male organ.



Tool in use...​

It may have been used as a grinder