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Huge Artifacts at Navajo Coyote Buttes

Monday, May 14, 2018 7:24
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Last updated on May 17, 2018
The following photo shows structures at Coyote Buttes between Utah and Arizona, USA. Wikipedia: “The Coyote Buttes area is an exposure of cross-bedded aeolian Jurassic Navajo Sandstone.[1] (quoted from )

Many people claim the above photo shows rocks. However, take a closer look at the arrows and you will find these were man-made structures.
Red arrows: flat surfaces meeting in 90 degrees.
Red circle: straight lines going through a wall.
Blue arrows: walls intersecting each other.
The combination of above features is common in man-made structures but rare in geology. To see them clearly, see the largest-sized figure at
Image source: the ninth photo in

Added on May 16, 2018: Rocks Do Not Become Empty Boxes.
The above photo shows structures at Coyote Buttes between Utah and Arizona, USA. Red arrows point to empty spaces surrounded by structures. Natural rocks do not erode into such shapes. Image source: the 7th photo in

Added on May 16: Huge Man-Made Structures at Coyote Buttes
The above two figures show man-made structures. So, all the structures in the two figures were man-made. Not only that, there are huge man-made structures at Coyote Buttes:
1. In the following 11 photos, all the structures were man-made, some huge: (The third and fourth photos there show huge man-made structures.)

3. Man-made structures in the last photo in



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  • Bill

    All I see is a circle with some text inside…………. sure doesn’t look like rocks.

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