Tuesday, March 8, 2016
Seeing faces everywhere is called pareidolia. This is either a benign result of the way our brains are wired or a serious issue with mental health. To me, almost every rock in this image has a face. I suppose that tells you something about my mental state, or not, depending on which camp you happen to be in. Well, I can remember several instances when people saw religious images in things as common as a cheese sandwich and on the floor of Terminal 3 of Sky Harbor Airport in Phoenix, Arizona. I guess my tendency is to see animals and monsters.