20 New and Incredible Pictures of Pareidolia Experienced by People Who Captured It for Everyone to See

11Can you see the snow on the mountain that looks like a lizard?

Experts say that those who are religious and believe in the supernatural usually experience forms of pareidolia seeing faces in objects and landscapes often. According to cosmologist Carl Sagan, Pareidolia is survival mechanism that helps us to recognize a face a distance away. The ability also helps us distinguish between a friend or an enemy.

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12Do you see Sid from Ice Age?

Remember Sid the sloth from the movie Ice Age? Well, this imprint in the tree trunk looks exactly like him. It goes to show that we can’t help pareidolia because such images are so vividly accurate as well.

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13A driftwood that looks like a dragon’s head

This piece of driftwood is so amazing that it looks like a dragon head complete with eyes and all. The renaissance artist and inventor Leonardo Da Vinci regarded pareidolia as an artistic device. He said “If you look at any walls spotted with various stains or with a mixture of different kinds of stones, if you are about to invent some scene you will be able to see in it a resemblance to various different landscapes adorned with mountains, rivers, rocks, trees, plains, wide valleys, and various groups of hills.”

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14An elephant cupcake

Now, this looks like an elephant trying to escape a cupcake.

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Did you know that in Pareidolia there is also a phenomenon called an electronic voice? This is where people hear hidden messages which were allegedly placed there by singers intentionally. Conspiracy theorists are forever looking for messages in tracks of popular bands and singers.

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15Scared switches

This is just to hard to miss. The switches have a weird face on them. regardless of all the explanations, one thing you have to admit is that pareidolia is so strong a phenomenon that there is no escaping it.

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