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    Triangle!!! On rock carving!

    I found some symbols deeply and precisely carved on some large rocks
    In the mountains, it had multiple spirals, and i noticed a triangle carved on one side of the rock, what could a triangle
    Mean? Also it seems as it may have a line in the center of the triangle... any ideas? Anything would help guys

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    us
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    Do you have any photos that would help and what way is the line in the triangle and also how big are they? Are they huge large the size of a sheet of paper or a dollar bill?

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    Hello, and welcome to the forum! It would be very hard for anyone to give you any opinion without good pictures. Plan on taking lots of them.

    First - Start studying signs and symbols here: Treasure Marks/Signs. You should plan on studying until your eyes nearly fall out. It took me months of reading just to learn some basic stuff. You will find Sandy1's threads most helpful, so start there.

    Second - You need to get good pictures, both up close and standing back. Then you need to put those pics on your computer, zoom in and examine them closely. Then get them uploaded here, and some folks will probably try to guide you.
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    us
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    Awesome posts in those threads many signs i have over looked before
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    There you go! Any info appreciated!!!! I will look over those post for sure!

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    us
    Sep 2011
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    Just below the triangle to the right you also have indents and the line in the triangle kind of looks like a water way mark from what i have read but to the left is also an indentation of the line could also maybe be a snake. I would message sandy1 or thom in that forum or share the pictures there.

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    Thanks snowmansta, i am just trying to figure out this rocks, their meaning and if they are hiding any secrets! I couldnt locate sandy1 or thom, i am fairly new to this app and forum thanks

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    I am also but click on the link marks and signs and look for their names. There is a whole thread with them talking about dif things.

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    What part of the world are you in? Makes a difference.
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    us
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    Yup. Looks Native American if in the US.
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    North america , Mexico

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    Dude if not on protected land and you had permission I would be doing a full on excavation near that site. I've done it many times and by gridding it off section at a time, gently digging 2-4 inches at first, 4-6 and so on doing a stair step type dig and sifting all the dirt you may very well have stumbled upon an ancient civilization
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    ITs not protected at all, and indeed digging would be an option, soil is not that soft , i will research the area entirely and look for more signs ect!but its very interesting! They are so well carved and deep into the rock, fading so i assume they are dramatically OLD!

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