Is An Enormous Mayan Head Visible In Google Earth?

Perhaps this is only an instance of our tendency to see faces everywhere. But nonetheless, located at coordinates 50° 0’36.67″N 110° 6’51.38″W in the mountains of Alberta, Canada is a geological formation which arguably bears strong resemblance to a Mayan chieftain. One wonders how he feels about recent oil drilling in the area:

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  • Drinky McGee

    In answer to your question, no.

  • Manuel Landa

    And how exactly is Canada related to the Mayas down south?

    • Jin The Ninja

      exactly. the only thing i can think of- dene peoples are related to the various athapaskan speakers as far south as mexico- but not to mayans, unless someone has a crazy anthropological theory as yet unfounded.

    • godozo

      Actually, before the introduction of European diseases there was enough people on the North and South American continents to foster travel between the two areas. While there aren’t any real cities north of Mexico before the Europeans get enough of a foothold to develop them (Cahokia was more an accidental gathering that had a quick half-life) there was enough people up north to develop towns, trade and even travel between the north and south.

      How that translates to a massive physical structure that translates to a picture on Google Earth I don’t know – I’m guessing Pareidolia – a need for us to create structure where things may indeed be randomness.

  • rgtvandenberg

    I saw a similar design in my bathroom floor the other day. Do you think there’s a connection?!

    • 1captainhooker1

      Yup….Pareidolia

    • Anarchy Pony

      My shower curtain has a “grey” alien, and a x-wing starfighter, and a creepy skull creature.

    • charles freeman

      since giving up psychedelics I no longer see visions in the toothpaste spots in my sink…

  • kowalityjesus

    numberless are the mysteries of the world…mighty uncanny, though if it is artificial it has to be younger than 10,000 years because ye olde Laurentide would have completely destroyed that.

  • Mason

    and no one says anything about the guy at the bottom left that looks like hes wearing a hat and screaming >.>

  • Juan

    If I smoke enough weed, the grain in my wood floor comes alive with all kindsa critters.

  • David Hoebeck

    Definitely pareidolia

  • caravy

    Well I never – and there on my Google map the A at those coordinates is labelled ‘Badlands Guardian’ right on the guy’s cheek – must be legit…