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Mystery of the Narara caves

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posted on Dec, 16 2009 @ 11:18 PM
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December 13, 2009

Thirteen stones sit hidden in the dense jungles of the range of mountains that make up Nakauvadra in Ra. Caves with drawings sit below them. They remain a mystery for the people of Narara Village.

Deep in the jungles above the village of Narara in Ra stand 12 stones of similar size and shape. The thirteenth is a little longer then the rest.

They stand as monolithic reminders of an era the people of Narara are struggling to understand.

It takes about six hours on foot to get to these ancient monuments at the top of the range of mountains that make up Nakauvadra.

The climb through dense foliage is demanding, tough and tiring. If the long distance and height of the mountains don't get to you, the high altitude kicks in after a few minutes.

The stones sit in a rough circular formation on the very top of a steep mountain.

The dense jungle has overwhelmed the stones, blocking out the rays of the sun, and allowing a thick blanket of green lichen to coat them.



www.fijitimes.com...



Thirst quencher ... time out for a welcome drink of water in the jungle

It is so exciting to hear about these great finds, they could easily be missed in these dense jungles.




posted on Dec, 17 2009 @ 03:48 AM
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So the only picture in this article about the stones is of men drinking from a puddle of water?

Hmm...



posted on Dec, 17 2009 @ 11:11 AM
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Did a search and wasn't able to find any pictures, doesn't seem to be much information on these caves, there are some caves in Wyoming of the same name with cave art.



posted on Dec, 17 2009 @ 01:35 PM
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Great find! They've been finding structures quite similar to the chambered cairns of the United Kingdom on the Fiji Islands since Europeans first showed up so a structure like this wouldn't be entirely out of the question as being authentic. It is weird though that they didn't publish any pictures of the stones themselves.



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