I didn’t see one either. I did wonder what it tasted like.
Ok. A few of those are very creepy!
Natron was used in mummification. That must have been a BIG job!
Pareidolia is one hell of a drug.
I see a puppy.
Anthropomorphism overload; one really has to stretch one’s imagination in order to see even a rudimentary skull shape.
My first thought would be the cat loaf in the middle of the image over the so-called skull.
If I’ve learned anything from all the “ancient aliens” “documentaries” I’ve not watched on the “History” channel, anything that looks like a face, whatever or wherever it is, must have been constructed by aliens. Bet it’s tough to work inside a volcano… unless they’re faking the volcano, too.
My Grandma Mona lived in the desert east of Palm Springs. In the distant hills east of her house was a large patch of white sand that looked like a skull.
Team Angry Teddy Bear here.
i’m still trying to figure out how the space station “orbits” a flat earth…
Reminds me of one of my favourite jokes:
“You should never anthropomorphise animals. They hate that.”