In a previous discussion I was repeatedly told that the above was just another meaningless rock among a pile of meaningless rocks.
Reverse side of stone is below (broken off pieces are on ground beside it in pic)
I had found it toppled over on a red clay mound that was about 20 feet from the source of an artesian spring, and about 200 feet from a creek.
Slightly below it (on the wall of the mound) was something else I was told was a meaningless rock:
After digging it up, it looks like the next pic...
I interpreted this as an exagerated head effigy with an exaggerated nose which while embedded like a picture hung on the mound 4' up it was pointed
straight towards the rising sun. It has a sharply cut triangle for the eye. The stone in it's entirety may or may not be in exact original condition
from hundreds of years ago. This is exactly as I found it after cutting through weeds and trees that were hiding it.
I'm told ancient people in the area "flattened" their skulls, and also were big into reincarnation concepts. Here is a picture I took at beginning of
the dig (still long before I knew anything about this) and I interpret it to be showing a morphing into a wolf in the afterlife. That "2nd jaw" part
was buried, and it seemed shaped and fitted, so that was my thought process. There were other stones below it and behind it, but they seemed unworked
or perhaps just part of support as the clay may have been softer when these extremely heavy stones were first placed. Must have taken multiple people
to place this.
Some evidence for skull flattening as a thing of beauty was found at local museum:
Also in the same lighting the "chunky game" pieces I found are identical to the museum's exhibit when placed on glass above it.
As for the radiation... Background: I had brought a bucket of interesting rocks into my sunroom and the residential radon gas detector had alarmed.
So I put the detector in the bucket and left it there covered for a couple of days then heard it alarming at a very high level. Next week I have a
better detector arriving as I don't trust this one at all. The rocks in bucket were all found not far from the site.
In a prior post I was told none of these were carved:
Ok, so I kept digging, because I trusted the experts and felt it was safe to use the mound of dirt to fill in some sink holes.... But then I started
finding other things in the area, such as this sampling I displayed:
And a random horseshoe:
A random civil war bullet:
A random boulder moved with excavator:
And whatever this thing is:
Anywho, my house would actually make a phenomenal ghost story due to it's history, even before the discovering of the site. And nope, not digging any
I'll get the metal detector back out and see if I can find anymore bullets or canon balls and maybe posts some more pics later. Also curious to see
what happens with my new radiation detector when it gets here...
"CT007-F Radiation and Radioactive Contamination Detector - Complete Alpha, Beta, Gamma Detection - Bluetooth 4.0"
With all the uranium in the water it's not a bad idea to not entirely trust your source. Plenty of cheap detectors to check yourself.
on 13-2-2018 by apdjbs1 because: (no reason given)