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    Look on the small stones on your picture. Those have symbolism on them. I love it when you guys miss it. Just because you don't learn this in school doesn't mean you can't. It's just a small scale of a mountain monument.

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    It's still from Scotland like crusader says, backwoodsbob. But still a fun imagination you have.

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    I see mayan with a jessuit backround a priest blessed this iconic symbolic tressure from what i can decifer it says never follow moose to closely after supper ride the donkey to the west the gold is there to be plundered
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    I see mayan with a jessuit backround a priest blessed this iconic symbolic tressure from what i can decifer it says never follow moose to closely after supper ride the donkey to the west the gold is there to be plundered
    I spoke to that Donkey & he told me East...
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    The host rock is a clay that apparently covered a portion of a lake bed or sea bed and the other rocks/stones got trapped in it when it hardened to stone when the lake or sea dried up. Nothing more.
    Last edited by huntsman53; Jul 16, 2018 at 01:01 PM.
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    Yeah, but the psychedelic trippy mushroom Mayan Priest answer of more fun.

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    I actually do know something of their works, and they look nothing like a Flintstone Mr. Potato Head. Fascinating people and culture.

    And their trip to Scotland to plant their "work". No doubt on magic carpets?
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    They come in many forms char.
    Here are a couple type of materials but not limited to. I'm no weekend warrior. I do this everyday. It's not the large monuments. You could be half blind and see them.Click image for larger version. 

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    Well then I'm more than half blind, every body can clearly see that the rocks have not been altered by man. The most simple answer to a question is, usually the right answer.

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    So you think. A master stone mason doesn't leave marks.

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    So you guys think you know the symbolism of the preist?

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    Nope. I don't pretend to. Don't even know which priest. Or what a Jesuit priest would bother to "codify" in the first place.


    But I know the hand of nature and it's all over those rocks.

    Heck, we only knew about 5% of Old Mayan until it was "cracked" in the 1950's. Why bother further encoding if their "plain text" is near indecipherable.
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    America was founded by tough hell-raisers. Rugged citizens who evaded taxes, spoke strongly against tyranny, grew tobacco, brewed beer, distilled spirits, and smuggled weapons. And it will be saved by those same types of citizens.

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    This is exactly why we are trying to teach this. I call this the God Code. I know I say the priest because they were inspired by God. This is a very hard subject to learn. It's been a secret for hundreds if not thousands of years. They used symbolism from many ancient cultures. Here is a
    Couple of good book if your at all interested in learning this. It covers most of the symbols. There are others that are more in depth. They would combine symbols to make it harder to decipher. If your hiding something it's best in plain sight. They used nature because it's the best way. Once you learn this you will never see things the same as before. We are all learning in this world. There is so much more to this than I can talk about. Good luck and God Bless.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mclean View Post
    Please could anyone tell me how this rock may have been formed and what it is made up of, thank you
    I found something similar on the shore of Lake Michigan back in 2016. I’ve taken to many places and still no one can tell me what it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mclean View Post
    Please could anyone tell me how this rock may have been formed and what it is made up of, thank you
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