This heron petroglyph is located in an isolated and rarely visited area in the Colorado Plateau, so it has not suffered any vandalism. With about an 8 ft. length and a 6ft. wingspan, this is the finest display of rock art that I have ever seen.
Barrier Canyon Style Rock Art by James Q. Jacobs
The Barrier Canyon Style prehistoric rock art of Canyonlands National Park is described. File contains numerous graphics and graphic links.
Psychedelics Influenced the Origins of Prehistoric Cave Paintings? - Third Monk
Prehistoric cave paintings across the continents have similar geometric patterns not because early humans were learning to draw like Paleolithic pre-schoolers, but because they were using psychedelics, and their brains—like ours—have a biological predisposition to "see" certain patterns, especially during consciousness altering states.
Unique Mysterious Figurines With Enormous Eyes (Eye Idols of Tell Brak)
A SYRIAN MARBLE DOUBLE 'EYE' IDOL TELL BRAK, CIRCA 4TH MILLENNIUM B.C. The thin plaque with four eyes with continuous single brow above, the body decorated with three zigzag lines 1¾ in. (4.5 cm.) high
The Origins of the Faeries: Changes in Conscious Perception – Part II
The faeries appear in folklore from all over the world as metaphysical beings, who, given the right conditions, are able to interact with the physical world. They’re known by many names but there is a conformity to what they represent, and perhaps also to their origins.