posted on Apr, 27 2013 @ 01:39 AM
I'm really going to stump every one. And I suspect that only someone living in or very familiar with the history of California will answer this one,
if at all
This man made hole in the rock on the east side of the sierra Nevada mtns in California. It's an ovoid depression ground out of the rock.
It is a few miles north east of Mono Lake, in the middle of the desert.
It has a connection with this place
, where the miwok say the first people survived the great flood.
That lies 130miles west , over these mountains, the sierra Nevada,
About 60 miles south of the hole in the rock is a place called glass mountain, that supplied a valuable trade commodity.
This trade commodity and the hole in the desert rock have a relationship with the native people of central California, the miwok, but the miwok did
not make the hole.
So my question is what is the hole for?, who made it?, and how does it relate to glass mountain and the miwok.
Also why is the holes location in the desert significant,
If nobody gets it in 24 hrs ill give up answer and pass on to next question.
edit on 27-4-2013 by punkinworks10 because: (no reason given)