reply to post by nenothtu
It might be in your interest to not show photographs, but produce a drawing of the image...
Show said image to the "witches" you are casually familier with. Ask them if this means anything (assuming you have good/trusting relationships).
You never know, they might know or be behind the carving. If they know or were involved -- you might never get any information (they are most likely
very secretive and won't want to admit anything)
At this point -- I strongly believe this to be a group sigil. It bears striking resemblance to archaic runes/glyphs -- but also smacks of intentional
As I said -- confluences of bodies of water hold great power to those interested in nature.
The fact that it was carved (and by the looks) from metal tools indicates that it was made not by Native Americans. The design clearly is not Native
Debate has been raised about the age and connections with past celtic/welsh explorers -- but none of the information can be proven with tangible,
The fact that this stone could be covered for decades with debris, then washed clean via storm flooding could explain the "new-ness" look to the
However, I tend to lean on the assumption that the most plausible explanation is the most valid... : This is a ritual magic site for not only one
person, but a *group*.
Why a group?
1. Why find a location such as this? As you have said within 600 meters two streams come together. This is a known "source of power" in the natural
2. Hewing a rock like that with simple metal tools (it looks to rudimentary to have been done by machines) takes a great deal of effort/time
3. For a single person to invest such time seems illogical -- a group of at least 3 or more people must consider that site of some significance, at
least to invest the time of not only one person to complete the carving.
Now -- having said that, the people that created that carving might be elderly or already dead. This carving certainly could be 100 years old or less.
If you do know a knowledgeable "Witch" -- that is willing...you might actually want to take him/her to that site. Perhaps with their heightened
senses of the occult they may offer interesting input...(or you might just blow their cover on their spot!) Tread carefully!
Thank you for answering my questions -- if only to deepen the plot!