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I was wondering around LookOut Mountain in Tennessee, when I stumbled across this KGC site? A Spiritual Camp, alongside the Road. There was a large RED Stone Heart along the path, far down from the Natural Land Bridge, roughly where the Red Circle is on the map. Proceed with Caution, you are definitely being watched from many angles, and many backyards. I hope this helps someone, I just like posting things I find. I'm not racking my brain over stuff like this, trying to figure it out. Please share and comment. Both the entry plaque and the bridge plaque are super obscure and coded. Don't be a douche and break anything, just preserve the stuff. You won't find anything out here without getting yourself in big trouble, don't even try.
 
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TurtleisGold

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I found the owl, the turtle, and several pointed hoot owl trees in the area.

Watch this video for a better layout of the area.

 

metrotec

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I appreciate your eye for the camera, it's good. Most KGC signs were carved, put or engraved over 150 years ago, not all but most.
The Spanish American war brought North & South Brothers together for a single cause, thus knocking the wind out of the sails of another "The South Will Rise Again."
I've walked most of Lookout Mountain as a teenager and young man. From Point Lookout to The Cove @ Pigeon Mountain, and Pigeon Mt.
Your pine and bent trees are too young. The rocks were frozen cracks that blew out when the temps stayed below 20 deg. for a week or more. That kind of fracturing can make a lot of different designs. I can show a person a lot of "signs", one in particular is 2 initials on a rock above Bee Rock Cave. They are mine, put there in about '62 by a .22 rifle using shorts that cost .52 cents a box.
Best treasure was and maybe is are the coins that are thrown off "Lovers Leap", at Rock City. There would be a lot of silver and wheat in the woods below. Pockets full!
My g-g-g aunt pointed to the bluff trying to show me where her family stayed during the siege of Chattanooga. The home place on Hooker Road and Wilson road was ransacked but not burned, because a Masonic flag was flown in the yard.
If you keep looking, you may find what you're seeking.
Good Luck
 
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Just my opinion:
I appreciate your eye for the camera, it's good. Most KGC signs were carved, put or engraved over 150 years ago, not all but most.
The Spanish American war brought North & South Brothers together for a single cause, thus knocking the wind out of the sails of another "The South Will Rise Again."
I've walked most of Lookout Mountain as a teenager and young man. From Point Lookout to The Cove @ Pigeon Mountain, and Pigeon Mt.
Your pine and bent trees are too young. The rocks were frozen cracks that blew out when the temps stayed below 20 deg. for a week or more. That kind of fracturing can make a lot of different designs. I can show a person a lot of "signs", one in particular is 2 initials on a rock above Bee Rock Cave. They are mine, put there in about '62 by a .22 rifle using shorts that cost .52 cents a box.
Best treasure was and maybe is are the coins that are thrown off "Lovers Leap", at Rock City. There would be a lot of silver and wheat in the woods below. Pockets full!
My g-g-g aunt pointed to the bluff trying to show me where her family stayed during the siege of Chattanooga. The home place on Hooker Road and Wilson road was ransacked but not burned, because a Masonic flag was flown in the yard.
If you keep looking, you may find what you're seeking.
Good Luck
I'm not looking for anything, other to share what I find. I'm not part of the organization, and whatever migjt be there, is not mine. Nor am I entitled to look. Just posting stuff for others to see. If I was really "looking", I wouldn't post this stuff for everyone to see.

I appreciate the stories and the time you took to respond. I appreciate the interaction. Hope all is well. DM if you want to chat on the old telephone.
 

metrotec

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I'm not looking for anything, other to share what I find. I'm not part of the organization, and whatever migjt be there, is not mine. Nor am I entitled to look. Just posting stuff for others to see. If I was really "looking", I wouldn't post this stuff for everyone to see.

I appreciate the stories and the time you took to respond. I appreciate the interaction. Hope all is well. DM if you want to chat on the old telephone.
you can send me a private message @ tnwalleye@gmail.com we can talk
 

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