Rock Art Pictures

(Spiky Ones--technical term)

The computer enhanced picture on the left, from North Carolina, is produced with kind permission from Carl Bjork, whose excellent website you can visit by clicking here.



You can see the picture on the left in more detail and in its original form, by clicking here or on the picture itself.




This page is dedicated to hunch back figures which emit rays from the pack.


According to Jim Copeland, Farmington Field Office Lead
Archaeologist for the Bureau of Land Management, the  top picture from Crow Canyon is
Gháá' ask'idii. His horns tie him to the Mountain Sheep People, an ancient race associated with the night chant, Tl'eejí. He is regarded as a benevolent figure, and  carries many kinds of seeds and foods in his feather-crowned backpack.


However, the carrying of seeds is a legend also associated with Kokopelli, and subsequent pictures seem to have characteristics of both Gháá' ask'idii and Kokopelli.

This picture comes from Crow Canyon, New Mexico, and is produced courtesy of the Bureau for Land Management whose website you can visit by clicking here


You can see the picture on the left in more detail and in its original form, by clicking here or on the picture itself.

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