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    Found Some Very Interesting Rocks Please Help

    Hello good people
    My name is Stephen and Iam a British American currently living in the Philippines.The area that I live there are hundreds of caves many of which were occupied by Japanese soldiers during world war ii.In and around many of the caves I have found hundreds of extremely rare and unique rocks with faces which Iam sure would be highly sought after by collectors of rocks.Many of these rocks are freakish and include Aliens,Ghosts,Skulls,Pirates,Birds,Fish etc etc
    These rocks are either natural or handworked possibly by the Japanese soldiers during world war II
    The pictures are not good quality,very basic but will give you an idea
    Any info you can give me I would be very grateful
    Thank you and God bless you
    StephenClick image for larger version. 

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    They look natural to me, but they are cool either way.
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    Thank you will show some much better and clearer ones soon
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    Here is anotherClick image for larger version. 

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    I'm just seeing natural stones . . . but classic examples of pareidolia.

    Humans are hard-coded to read expressions in faces and look for "danger" in everyday objects - like the faces of predators and enemies. Those primates that did lived and bred - so it is passed on. It's very natural to "see" symmetry and identifiable features in natural and random patterns.

    Rocks like yours even have a recognized scientific name: "mimetoliths"
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    Mother nature has made a rock kin just about every image shape and size known to man but those are hillarious they dont look like someone worked em but I would put those on my mantle they are really cool
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    The one looks like me on sunday morning lol
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    Look like holes might be fossil worm burrows

 

 

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