posted on Feb, 23 2015 @ 01:47 AM
a reply to: selfharmonise
What you do is this. You gather up your gumption and merely ignore the paranormal threat, as generally speaking an awful lot of what you hear about
this that and the other is BUNKUM, and you start with a position of absolute fearlessness.
Then, you call in some help from people who know about this specific kind of archeological site, and get their take on how best to go about
maintaining what remains of its intrinsic value. A beardy fellow in a bad pullover can usually be found at your local museum, or at a university
campus. Many of those have both telephones, AND Facepages these days, so hunting them down for a comment is not as taxing as it might first appear.
Also, if you really respect the place, and the ancestry and history of it, not to mention the cultural importance it may have for some, then you need
to be aware that if there are groups looking to use the site (respectfully) for ritual (as long as no laws are being broken of course), that you might
need to consider allowing that to go ahead.
If you can comfortably get to grips with that, then I do not see you having a problem with owning the land.