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Old 06-26-2009, 07:18 PM   #1
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greetings everyone

about 3 weeks ago, a friend and i went on a walk about near the Joyce Kilmer Memorial Forest . to make a long story short, we found what we believe is an ancient site left undiscovered. so far, we have not found any recorded information about this anywhere.

this site is not too far from Fort Mountain, Georgia
where there is lore about the 'moon-eyed people'. for some reason, there has not been a whole lot of investigation into this ancient civilization.

we stopped at this odd rock formation that seemed to be out of place. once there, we noticed a strange indention in one of the huge slabs. there were several tear drop shaped, cigar shaped, and a perfect circle indention's in the huge rock slabs. i would guess that these slabs were between 10-15 feet tall.

here is a shot of one of the tear drop shapes



as we climbed down, and around the formation this is what we found:

this looks like a notch for marking alignments.




as we drove on down the road less than a tenth of a mile, we found more teardrop shapes in another rock formation



anyhow, i have written to a few folks because i have no idea what to do next here. (no replies yet) i think this place needs to be investigated further. if anyone in this community has any insight it would be greatly appreciated. especially about who i could contact, etc, to get the ball rolling on this.

here is a cascading water fall another tenth of a mile down the road, that was so perfect, i think it was built a long time ago as a channel or something. it also has some interesting markings on the rocks, strange shapes that water could not have caused naturally.


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Old 06-26-2009, 07:22 PM   #2
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Interesting find, the last photo looks like a face to me. How far is this area from Tallahassee, FL? I'm up for a road trip. I want to check out the Guidestones as well.

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Interesting find, the last photo looks like a face to me. How far is this area from Tallahassee, FL? I'm up for a road trip. I want to check out the Guidestones as well.

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greetings unified serenity
this site is about 3 hours from asheville NC. would love to have you explore here. come on up!

not sure how this thread was doubled, my apologies to the cleaning crew here. please feel free to delete one, i looked and cant seem to see where i can do this.

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Old 06-26-2009, 08:33 PM   #4
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of course, my friend and i sat in this 'doorway', which had some magnetic anamolies. i took some shots while i was sitting in it, and the pictures came out all wonky. didn't happen anywhere else. plus, i also experienced some sounds, music while in there.


this is about 10 feet from the 'doorway' to get a scale of the slabs



this perfect circle was about 8-10 feet up on the slab


this is a view of the big face with me standing on top of all of the slabs, you will notice that you cannot see the face from the top. i had no idea when i took this picture what we would find once we climbed down.



here is a wider view of the second site a tenth of a mile down the road.

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i would really like to delete the other thread (double posted somehow), how can i do this avalon crew?
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Old 06-26-2009, 09:06 PM   #6
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Interesting pictures!

You might have to wait until a mod or Gareth the Admin, logs on to have the thread deleted. You can send Gareth a pm to ask him to delete it.
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Old 06-26-2009, 09:50 PM   #7
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this was a shot i took when i was documenting the space between the rocks. this is not a light flare.

lookin like a portal...
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this was a shot i took when i was documenting the space between the rocks. this is not a light flare.

lookin like a portal...
Thats quite stunning

What kind of camera was this taken with?
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Old 06-26-2009, 11:25 PM   #9
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Thats quite stunning

What kind of camera was this taken with?
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here is some of my photographic dabblings with this camera

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here is a full shot of the giant face with the tear drop shape in the third eye area

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WOW!!

what an awesome discovery!!

Very very cool unlimited mind!!

man, i am excited for you, just looking at the pics!
great pics btw!

that place feels amazing!

and that pic of the colored anomolie,

I dunno what that is... but that has got to be the coolest "lens flare" ever!! lol

Mind if i keep that picture?
that's somethin else man, beauty. <3

can you tell us more about the "moon eyed people"?

did you notice any particular , different feelings/thoughts while there?

thanks for sharing!

its not everyday that kin finds something like this, whatever it may be.
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WOW!!

what an awesome discovery!!

Very very cool unlimited mind!!

man, i am excited for you, just looking at the pics!
great pics btw!

that place feels amazing!

and that pic of the colored anomolie,

I dunno what that is... but that has got to be the coolest "lens flare" ever!! lol

Mind if i keep that picture?
that's somethin else man, beauty. <3

can you tell us more about the "moon eyed people"?

did you notice any particular , different feelings/thoughts while there?

thanks for sharing!

its not everyday that kin finds something like this, whatever it may be.
aloha orion11,
the energy there is blissful, feels 'quiet' and still. my friend and i were passing by in the truck, and we both noticed the slabs from the road, looked at one another, and jodi slammed on the brakes to pull in. it was that kind of day.

after we hung out there for a few hours, we got back in the truck to find that the tachometer read 999 (the completion number). so we decided to find out what would happen at 000. when we stopped there, a pileated woodpecker drummed a nice tune for us. at 001 is where we found the second site, with the tear drop shaped in another large boulder. very shamanic day indeed.

i can't seem to get the site out of my head, it keeps calling me back. we may have stirred the energy there. here is jodi in the 'doorway' with orbs fluttering all around.

i have been looking around on the net for any kind of research about the moon-eyed people, and every time i read these articles, something doesn't feel right about it. now if the cherokee were running these people off their land, i would say that they were not very highly vibrating entities. yet, i am not even sure if any of these researchers have had a conversation with a cherokee elder. so that is my current plan.

i am going back there tomorrow to spend the weekend and get a better feel of how big the site is. from my intuition only, i am guessing this site is much older than 5000 years from the looks of that 'waterfall'. that will be my first stop tomorrow. once i have a better idea of what all is there, i will make an attempt at contacting the cherokee about this.

my gut is telling me that this isn't about the moon eyed people at all. why would the moon eyed people erect an astrological observatory, which is my assumption about that 'notch' in the slab at the 'face' site. it doesn't appear that these slabs are in there original location, so i am going to be looking for how the puzzle is put together a bit closer this time.

anyhow, the 'portal' is a copyrighted image my friend. you can use it as you wish with that in mind. cause ya never know, it might be the cover of a book someday

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Old 06-27-2009, 05:59 AM   #13
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Unlimited mind,
Hello ,
I would recommend posting that site on the megalithic portal .
it is the best and most well informed site on the web for such enquiries.
your site looks to be what We call a long barrow in england, they are normally described as burial chambers, but I would venture to suggest differently, though burial and return portals of our non physical selves they will have been, imo.
The sacred sites and mysteries section of the forum may be your best port of call on there.
http://www.megalithic.info/
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Awesome pictures...
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Hello ,
I would recommend posting that site on the megalithic portal .
it is the best and most well informed site on the web for such enquiries.
your site looks to be what We call a long barrow in england, they are normally described as burial chambers, but I would venture to suggest differently, though burial and return portals of our non physical selves they will have been, imo.
The sacred sites and mysteries section of the forum may be your best port of call on there.
http://www.megalithic.info/
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thank you VERY much hobbit, i really appreciate this. i am not an archeologist nor do i know one, so i am flying by the seat of my pants. one of the people i wrote to was william henry so maybe he will eventually get back to me. either way, i am going to continue digging around, without the shovel, for now.
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Unlimited mind, you may become famous soon...
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Unlimited mind, you may become famous soon...
doubt it very much, but it would really make me happy if the cherokee have stories to tell me about this place. looking forward to that. this also might be a backdoor to something else on my path, just keeping my eyes and mind open to all possibilities.
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still googling around and found this, very recent, just this month. so the energy is stirred. looks like this thread was started a few days after we found the site.
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Unlimited mind,
Hello ,
I would recommend posting that site on the megalithic portal .
it is the best and most well informed site on the web for such enquiries.
your site looks to be what We call a long barrow in england, they are normally described as burial chambers, but I would venture to suggest differently, though burial and return portals of our non physical selves they will have been, imo.
The sacred sites and mysteries section of the forum may be your best port of call on there.
http://www.megalithic.info/
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Interesting synchronicity for me to be reading this. In the latest session I had regarding my between lives encounter with greys and a reptilian, I escaped through a vortex/wormhole which I found by going in the third eye ruby on the forehead of a Buddha statue.

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Amazing Photo...

Still catching up on this thread...

Wondering if you have had it analyized?



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lookin like a portal...
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Old 07-20-2009, 02:03 AM   #21
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hello truthseeker360,

i have not had the photo analyzed. what would i look for?
if you are speaking about the ancient site, still searching for the analyzer...

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Still catching up on this thread...

Wondering if you have had it analyized?



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Old 07-21-2009, 03:01 AM   #22
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i sent an email to michael cremo a few days ago with some photos, he got back to me today with a wonderful reply. what a boost!
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From your photos, and also from visiting the website, I think that you have some credible rock art and megalithic structures that deserve further investigation. I think you did the right thing by putting your evidence up on Megalithic Portal. One further step you could take would be to try to get a local professional archeologist to take a look. Is the feature on state or national park land. If so, you might be able to get the park officials, who often have archeologists on staff, to take a look. Another option would be to go to a local museum of natural history, and see if they have an archeologist on staff who could take a look. Yet another option would be to approach archeologists at a local college or university. This can sometimes be frustrating, but it should be done, and who knows?

It is possible one of them could become interested enough to take a look, on the basis of seeing your photos. From my point of view, my research is specifically about evidence for extreme human antiquity. That means evidence that humans have existed for longer periods of time than most scientists now think possible. Most scientists would say that humans like us first came into existence about 150,000 years ago, in Africa . So if your evidence could be shown to be over 150,000 years old, that would really be amazing. According to most scientists, humans did not enter North American any earlier than 20,000 years ago, maximum. So if your site is older than that, that would be interesting in terms of the peopling of N. America .

In this work of alternative history, there has to be some division of labor. I do not consider myself to be a primary investigator (like you). What I try to do is report on the evidence gathered by primary investigators, be they professional archeologists or amateurs. So I am going to have to leave the further investigation of the site to you.

Two things are important: 1. demonstrating that the rock art and megalithic structures are not simply natural formations, but are the result of intelligent human work, 2. getting some idea of the age of the site. If you make progress in any of those two areas, I would like to hear about it. Thank you for thinking of me.

Sincerely yours,

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unlimited mind,

That is great news that he thinks you might have something speical. As I am writing this note I am getting a tingling sensation and my hair is almost standing on end. I think you have discovered something very special and I'm sure man was in North America long before 20,000 years ago. Keep on trucking until you find someone to look at it with you. I am so excited for you.
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That is great news that he thinks you might have something speical. As I am writing this note I am getting a tingling sensation and my hair is almost standing on end. I think you have discovered something very special and I'm sure man was in North America long before 20,000 years ago. Keep on trucking until you find someone to look at it with you. I am so excited for you.
hey there cosmictexan very happy you grabbed the tingles too. i will keep on trucking for sure...............

thanks for keeping us in your lofty mind
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research update: in a second email from michael cremo, i asked him if he knew of any ancient civilizations that knew how to mold stone while it was soft. michael suggested researching this in peru and ancient egypt.

this was my first impression when at the 'face' site, but then as i climbed higher up on the waterfall, it seemed possible to me that the entire waterfall was constructed. there are carvings of shapes at each level in the walls of the waterfall. maybe they wanted to make sure we knew it was human made.

the sites show some damage, by earthquake, plate shifts or something. i looked around to see what the theories were of how these mountains were formed and found this
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Forming the eastern front of the Appalachian Mountains in the Southeastern United States the Blue Ridge Mountains cross the states of Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia. Beginning as a narrow strip of land south of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, the geological Blue Ridge Mountains run northeast to southwest, rarely more than a few miles wide in Virginia (and only a mile wide at a point near Roanoke), North Carolina and South Carolina. When they reach Georgia in the extreme northeastern part of the the state, the mountains turn to the west and widen, up to 60 miles across in places. The Blue Ridge Province, a geographical area that includes other mountain ranges also extends from Pennsylvania to Georgia including the states of West Virginia and Tennessee with those that hold the geological Blue Ridge.


Long, parallel ridges, separated by deep valleys define the Blue Ridge Mountains. A rise at the top of Wolfpen Ridge known as Brasstown Bald (Union and Towns County) is the highest point in the state. Other high mountains in the Georgia Blue Ridge are Blood Mountain, named because it was the site of a battle between the Creek and Cherokee, Tray Mountain and Rabun Bald. The Blue Ridge ends in extremes: At the southern end is spectacular Amicalola Falls (Dawson County), tallest waterfall east of the Mississippi, and at the western end is a 2000 foot drop from Fort Mountain to the Great Valley (Murray County).

Ranges of the Blue Ridge Province
Blue Ridge
Cowee
Cohuttas
Pisgahs
Shenandoahs
Smokies
Unicoi
Unakas

Slopes of the Blue Ridge Mountains facing the coastal piedmont are generally steeper and more rugged than those facing the interior of the United States. Rocks from the eastern slope are among the oldest on earth, some exceeding 1.2 billion years and pre-dating the formation of the mountains. These mountains were formed in three major uplift phases, the first about a billion years ago, the second perhaps some 550 million years ago, and the final one about 300 million years ago. Other uplifts that were regional in nature occurred as well. Since that time water, wind, temperature and gravity have caused the fundamental erosion that created the Blue Ridge.
here is a picture of the block slab construction at the waterfall site once again as a quick reference




here are some links that may support this clue.

http://members.tripod.com/~kon_artz/...s/stonetec.htm

http://www.ancientx.com/nm/anmviewer.asp?a=55&z=1

http://members.cox.net/ancient-sites...day6_Cuzco.htm



and WOW check this out http://s8int.com/page38.html

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