posted on May, 19 2009 @ 10:26 AM
Okay I have no idea where to put this one so I put it in Conspiracies in Religion as I thought it may have an occult/pagan theme. Please feel free to
move it if you feel the need.
I had the day off today and decided to go for a walk. I live in a small seaside town on the Dorset coast. The beach in my town goes on for about 3km,
making its' way towards some quite spectacular limestone cliffs.
So I went to the gym aboyt 12:30 ( the importance of this will become important in a bit). After the gym I decided to turn left and go for a walk
along the beach as far as I could without getting wet. About half a kilometre from the end of the beach I was astounded to come across this pile of
rocks, just on the beach but far above the high water line.
In this image below you can see the view back along the beach, in the direction of my town.
It was approximately 3m by 3m, about 1m high. On each corner there was a large stone, and between each corner on each of its' four sides there were
smaller stones, larger than most of the main construction stones but smaler than the corner stones.
As you can see the formation is made of chalk stones, which stand out against the pebbles of the beach. But are abundant about 150 m down the beach
which you can see in this photo:
Picture below showing corner stones clearly, and view away from town to the limestone cliffs, also in the distance you can see the chalk stone
deposits, quite a way away.
So whoever did this had the energy and time to move about 3 to 4 tonnes of stone, 150m on a stoney beach...not easy! That's where my going to the gym
comes in! I was exhausted already, and the walk almost did me in!
So anybody out there ever seen anything like it? Do you think it's someone being bored. I might add that the pile was at least 1 km from the main
beach and definately out of the way. I also reiterate that I had nothing to do with it whatsoever.
I merely stumbled across it by chance.
I was thinking pagan ritual, druids, even a dog burial? I don't know, any suggestions welcome!
[edit on 19-5-2009 by kiwifoot]