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Uploader comment: This is a physical pebble found by a dried river at Greece. The shapes are made by the years from the water and there's no human intervention. Represents a clear image to me. What it looks like, I leave it to your own opinion.

   

 
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Comment icon #9 Posted by bildabetterberger on 17 October, 2007, 2:15
Wow, this almost looks like hieroglyphics!
Comment icon #8 Posted by costas on 19 October, 2007, 22:59
No, it has been created by water, as it is a river pebble. Thank you for the comment.
Comment icon #7 Posted by causticgnostic on 6 March, 2009, 11:30
I sure looks to me like it's been worked to represent a stylized person with a halo. Of course, that may just be "matrixing" on my part. Nevertheless, I love cool rocks, big ot little. I've been picking them up everywhere I go for years. I've found a lot of petrified wood, as well as one partially petrified piece of bone. Where was this cool little rock found?
Comment icon #6 Posted by d e v i c e on 27 December, 2010, 12:58
It looks like some sort of prehistoric religeous ornament. Facinating.
Comment icon #5 Posted by costas on 28 December, 2010, 22:24
It's possibly prehistoric. The unbelievable is that it "could" represent some historic image thousands (or billions) years before. This is the fascinating in the whole story... Many thanks for your comment!
Comment icon #4 Posted by energysensitive on 3 April, 2011, 0:32
reminds me of the mother mary
Comment icon #3 Posted by SpiritTraveler on 8 April, 2011, 1:38
Looks like a human figure with an halo.
Comment icon #2 Posted by Damian Bâthory on 9 November, 2011, 7:01
Looks like a person wearing a turban.....how do you know the image was formed naturally, it looked carved to me...
Comment icon #1 Posted by costas on 2 January, 2012, 16:59
Dear Damian Bâthory, I went with the pebble to the Institute of Geology in Athens and they told me so. The lines are not surface. Τhey are deep and caused by water erosion (sorry for my English. I hope you understood). I'm very pleased that all who wrote here (and I thank you as you were all kind) can't believe it's true. I haven't myself comprehend either. Seems I won't in this life...


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