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Originally posted by Sri Oracle
Possibly a fossil?
A long worm like creature that fossilized then later eroded away?
Originally posted by yahn goodey
reply to post by yahn goodey
after reading some more ------the 7 points of the star----------yes ------could be a steel jackhammer bit to start with thats not rotating----------for whatever reason?----------not enough resistence from the rock? or drill hammer faulty?--------but there has to be a point at which the "bit" rotates for it to clear out the rock debris if drilling down ?--------or it will jamb----choke on its own self made garbage.
Originally posted by photobug
I can't read norwegen but Based on a few things I saw in the picture I think this is a fake.
The blur inside is unnatural and could only be caused by a large apperture opening of a camera and in that case it would not have such sharp contrast where the blur starts. The blur also is not symetrical as it would if caused by a camera, It's not evenly created.
The septagram, a continuously drawn figure having seven points, is far less common than the pentagram. It is however important in Western kabbalah, where it symbolizes the sphere of Netzach, the seven planets, the seven alchemical metals, and the seven days of the week. It is a sacred symbol to Wiccans who follow the "Faery" tradition, where it is called the Elven or Fairy star. The seven pointed star is also an important part of the seal of the A.A., the inner order of Aleister Crowley's OTO.
A solid (filled) form of heptagram appears often on the flag and in the heraldic symbolism of Australia. In the Australian context, the seven points allegedly represent the six states of Australia (one each) plus one for the combined Territories.
"I' ll Sing you twelve-O.
What are your twelve-O?
Twelve for the twelve apostles, eleven for the eleven who went to Heaven
and ten for the Ten Commandments.
Nine for the Nine Bright Shiners, Eight for the April Rainers, Seven for the Seven Stars in the Sky
and Six for the Six Proud Walkers. Five for the symbols at your door and Four for the Gospel Makers ... "
its history as a protective design has led to the the seven-sided shape of most sheriff's badges
Each point of an acute hexgram corresponds to a day of the week and a planet. The bottom left point Sunday and the Sun, the topmost point monday and the Moon, the bottom right point Tuesday and Mars, the left above point Wednesday and Mercury, the right below point Thursday and Jupiter, the left below point Friday and Venus, and the right above point Saturday and Saturn.
Christian: seven days of creation
Originally posted by bone13
This find is nothing new, go www.s8int.com, or www.legendarytimes.com book section, on history about million yr old hammer and other odditys. They also have ancient maps, strange things of this EARTH,
Originally posted by robertfenix
When it first starts to cut the head is not rotating so that the cutting wheels may bite into the rock face, once the drill head has past some distance and the cutting tool can gain support from the drill hole wall then they start the rotation of the cutting head, resulting in a circular hole at the end of the drill hole.
Machine Category:-Quarrying Machines & Equipment
Name:-Rock Drills/ Jack Hammers
Model:-HYDRAULIC WAGON - DRILL
The hydraulic WAGON-DRILL is suited for using 2" to 5" down the hole hammer and is supplied with a hydraulic power pack powered by electric or petrol motor.There is a hydraulic rotating head developing a torque up to 2950 Nm(300 kgm) at 20 r.p.m.on the slide,which is equipped with hydraulic cylinder feed.
Originally posted by keeb333
I have a good friend who has a Ph.D. in Geology. I will forward this story to him and ask his opinion. I'll report back on what he says, but it may take a couple of days.