Mars3D – “QUETZAL” in 3D Stereo
Found in Neville Thompson’s MSL 748 M-100 Gigapan
Yet again, one of Nev-T’s gigapan is overflowing with compelling oddities.
Our master view focuses on the right-hand side of the g-pan near the bottom. If you examine the area, it’s clear that these are building remnants including floors, balustrades, collapsed ceilings and more.
But our interest lies in the knobbed object lying atop a flat, square piece of stone.
When I zoomed in, the first thought that popped into my mind was “Quetzalcoatl”, the feathered serpent of the Aztecs, ubiquitous in ancient Meso-American religious architecture.
Look at that snake head! Look at the lavish carving, the polished “spine” that runs down the side and even glints in the late-afternoon sun. The entire object lies on a flat stone and has a wall or balustrade extending dead-straight into the background.
And what about that item at the upper left? A buried statue perhaps?
While NASA insists we have overheated imaginations characterized by pareidolia and flights of fancy, we continue to find objects that are clearly manufactured and available for inspection by the average person.
So who are you going to believe? NASA or your own cursed eyes?
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(Note to fellow anomalists: There is ALWAYS overlap in the discovery and presentation of anomalies. If you have previously presented today’s find, we encourage you to include your version here in the comment section of this post, as we all benefit from seeing individual approaches to extraction, processing and presentation. While the majority of Mars3D’s finds are original, we also occasionally present classic finds for the first time in 3D and will always give credit if known, and let you know that it is a “classic” or previously-presented find. Thank you – Mars3D.)