Sacred Spiral

Sacred Spiral

Artist: Cherie Buck-Hutchison


Sacred Spiral, along with other petrogylphs, can be found on a short hike past the Signal Hill picnic area within Saguaro National Park. While we do not know what the ancient Hohokam people intended the petroglyphs to mean, they could have religious or ceremonial meaning. Some theorize the spiral has sacred significance. Interestingly, their choice of this location allows the spiral image to exist aerially at the top of small mountain where it is in clear communion with the surrounding landscape.

Collections: Arizona: Saguaro National Park, National Parks of the United States

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