✅ SOLVED What is this an alien light rod?

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found close to a pond right on surface but in the dirt. Has a small copper thing on one end. Reminds me old lava lamps. About 1" in diameter. Bubbles are stationary in plastic.
T'was a 'what the hell is this' moment. L
 

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well I think that I solved the mystery. As strange as it may sound, these are being used as solar lights, outdoor lights, in chandeliers, with changing colors indoors.

Exhart Solar Bubble Stake Lights looks pretty close.​

and this article that shows multiple uses. Pretty funky!
removed 2nd link - malicious domain request 22 according to Norton. Thanks Deftone!
 
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Stay clear of the Acrylic bubble tube light fixture Lowes link everyone. Don't click allow.
 
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