On a large rock platform below the Taber Trig is the figure of a man or deity, six metres in height. Originally described as a man (by W.D. Campbell), McCarthy later described the figure as an anthropomorph or ancestral being.
McCarthy interpreted the figure as a “spiritual ancestor of the Baiame type”.
Next to the deity are four shields, one of them right next to Baiame’s hand: the shields are now very weathered and two of them are no longer visible.