Scraper tool depicting primitive people.
Images 1a, 1b, 1c
2a, 2b: This is how the scraper would have been used with the right hand and left hand
October 27, 2018
"Dual Face" Effigy depicting male and female human-ape species as well as a mysterious modern looking human child.
Mysterious artifact depicting various images, including a woman with modern facial features
I ask myself why images of modern women can be found on these rocks. Did ancient people from long ago accurately predict what modern people would look like in the future? Did someone from another world visit earth and place these images on rocks?
Image of modern looking woman facing viewer. To the right, there is a small dog facing left. You can also see half of the face of a woman that is white. It morphs into a man facing both left and right. The woman's cap looks like a dog lying down facing left.
When looking at the rock upside down, you can see on the top part of the rock a bird's head facing to the right. In the middle part of the rock that is white, you can see the image of a woman facing right. The woman's hair forms an image of a primitive man facing viewer. To the right of the white part of the rock, there is an image of a man leaning on the woman's face.
This type of artifact/tool is called a "Mano." This is how it was used to work leather. The oils are still imbedded in the rock.
Prehistoric artifact depicting large primitive animals
This artifact was found on my farm in Outlook, WA. Measureing 6 3/4" x 3 1/2", this artifact is a mano tool. It depicts big, primitive animals. Who sculpted these animal images? Did primitive tribes see these animals in North America many years ago?
Views 1a, 1b, 1c
This artifact depicts large, giant primitive animal facing right. There is also a large, giant bird facing left. If I remove my finger you can see a giant prehistoric animal facing left. If you rotate the artifact, the body of the animal shows what appears to be writing.
Views 2a, 2b
If you flip the artifact, it depicts a giant prehistoric animal facing left. If you rotate the artifact, writing can be seen on the body.
Demonstration as a tool
This is how the mano would have been used