Home Blog Post Passing Obser... Blog Post Passing Observations By Larry-Lambert - July 21, 2018 428 12 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Arizona Indian petroglyph, circa 1000 AD – a giant bird holding a man in its beak. Puerco Village, Petrified National Forrest National Park, Arizona. It’s officially hot in Arizona when a snake steals your beer. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Blog Post Strange & Unusual Blog Post In the News Blog Post Tanks, for the Memories 12 COMMENTS Drunk snakes can be 'interesting'… 😀 The petroglyph makes me wonder if that was suppose to be a depiction of an eagle with a baby. Not unheard of, though not as much now days with civilization closing in. And the snake… amazing. Try to drink a beer without using your hands. The Indian petrograph from Puerco Village could just as easily be a bird holding a frog with legs stretched out wide. Maybe more than snakes are stealing beers… Beware the giant bird. sped2work.tripod.com/evidence.html Yes, it could be. But I prefer my observation. It looks like a water bird with a curved beak more than an eagle, but who knows what the Indians saw…and maybe they were chewing peyote or got into the jimsyn weed? Actually drunk cougars are more interesting still. Lounge lizards. Your evidence is compelling. We I first saw the pteroglyph, I thought it was a guy holding a weird saber of some sort. Now that you explain, I can see a guy or a frog. Hope you are well. God bless. Stay away from those giant swamp birds and the beer drinking snake, LindaG. And have a fun weekend. Profound symbolism or ancient graffiti? You decide. Comments are closed.