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Ancient Site Re-Discovered
At first glance, you may not notice that
the 'eyes' are different shapes.   One
appears to be in the shape of a flame or
teardrop, and the other a crescent
moon shape.

There is also a cigar-shaped carving
where the third eye would be.
Please note:  As of this
date, July 21, 2009,
this ancient site has
not been evaluated by
an archeologist.   We
are doing research and
interested in any
feedback offered.  
contact Donna if
you have information
that may add a piece to
the puzzle.
This photo was taken at the first site
we discovered.  We are calling this the
'face' site, only because this sculpted
stone resembles a face.
The broken piece is laying on the
ground about 3 feet away and seems to
be the missing piece broken at the base
of the sculpted slab.
click on any thumbnail photo
for larger view
perfect circle
cigar shape
tear drop/flame shape 1
Block and slab
second level
Possible alignment
Site 2
Site 3 ~ The Waterfall
Displaced moss covered
rectangular slab
Standing stones from the surrounding area on either side of the waterfall
closer view of
the small circle
Research Journey
Some shots from around the 'chamber' site
This site has not been
investigated further
as the vegetation has
grown up around it for
the summer.
This piece has a straight seam, and
then it curves off of that.  There are
many massive slabs and boulders all
around the side of the waterfall.
Looking up to the area where the
previous photo was taken.
This was laying about 10 feet from
the waterfall at the fifth level
There are at least six
levels to this waterfall.  
You can see three from
this photo.
These artifacts were found at the first level of the waterfall.  The
triangle has a raised (dimensional) piece on the top of it, also
shaped like a triangle.   All three are located close to one another.
Side View
Photo taken from the back
right side, opposite
previous photo
Front left side, notice that both sides
have these large slabs laying over
from the middle part
This is at the base on the back side,
a large arch.  Please note that there
are a few limbs in front of the slab.
Broken piece at the
back of the site
This is the second
largest teardrop/flame
shape we found at the
'face' site.  It was carved
on the face of the large
slab that is laying over in
the previous photo.  This
may be a clear indication
that these slabs did not
fall over.
broken piece from
the 'chamber' site
This teardrop/flame shape is above
the chamber, as you can see the
large column that is inside from
this view.  These resemble an
The arrow is pointing to the slab that is
laying over what we are calling the  
'chamber'.  It has the same kind of
angle cut on the edge as the slab at the
waterfall.   This slab is arched.
There is a marking like
this at the waterfall.
tear drop/flame shape 2
From the waterfall
This photo was
taken standing
on top of the
slabs.  That is
the top of the
'face', as you
can see, the
other shapes
are hidden from
The 'Face' & The 'Markings' at the Chamber Site
The 'Chamber'
fort mountain
This photo was taken at
Fort Mountain off trail in
the ruins there.  Maybe
both of these sites are
connected somehow.
back side
close up
Site 4 ~ The Altar
Site 5 ~ The Temple
There is a ceremonial bowl carved into the top of the largest of the slabs at this area, thus we gave it the name Altar.  The
first picture is an over all view and shows you, on the right, there are several standing stones, the largest of these slabs is the
altar slab.  On the back side of this slab, as you will see in the photos below, there are many circles carved in to the surface.  
The profile of this slab is also very interesting, as it looks like the profile of a face.

On the left side, there are standing stones that mirror the slabs on the right.  This is when we began to climb up and over the
mountains in search of other standing stones.  So far, we have located 20 more standing stones, and they are all following a
specific coordinate.  This is not coincidence.
The large rock that
sits in the middle of
the slab, is cut into a
heart shape.
The Altar Slab
This area of the ancient site was discovered by following the same coordinates of the standing stones that we located over three
miles of terrain.  It appears to have been a massive structure of some kind, and this is why we gave it the name 'Temple'.  
These slabs range in length, from 8 ft. to 21 ft. This is only the top layer of the blocks and slabs.  

As you move up to the top of the ridge, there is a slab that is between 70-100 ft long, and approximately 40 feet above ground,
that crosses from one side of the ridge to the other.  The first picture, has a red arrow that points to the slab looking from side
one of this area.  There are angled slabs on either side, built like the 'Chamber' site, with the exception that these are more
than double the size.   This large rock appears to be sculpted in several areas.

The artifact in the last picture was found under one of the angled slabs.  The color of the stone is more grey (thumbnail).  The
large photo was affected by the lighting used, but has good detail of the ridges.  There are small flecks that sparkle like glitter
throughout, and it is very light in weight.  

I encourage you to zoom in on these photos so that you can see the sculpted detail in the slabs.  
Fifth Level
This is a side view to
illustrate how these slabs
are situated.  The
'chamber' is on the left.  
The two tall slabs in  the
middle are
21 feet above
Site 1 ~ The Chamber & the 'Face'
The bowl carved into
the top of the Altar slab
Use thumbnail for
scale, my friend is 5' 7"
These very precise lines look as if
they have been made with a laser,
and are found at every area of the
entire ancient site.
Notice the wavy edges of the
stone at the forefront, and the
stone behind has the same symbol
found at other areas.
Side One
Side Two
Other Areas
Video Taken at Ancient Site
The largest
carving we have
found so far
This area is quite large and seems to be very significant in it's purpose.  
There is a standing stone wall that is approximately 1000 yards in
length that is sculpted and has several familiar markings.  There are
standing stones and large sculpted slabs scattered about over several
large round stone
The opening in this slab is not broken, it is cut or
sculpted from one standing stone
negative format
These marking each have distinctive
features, differing from the others
Path between the slab with the markings and the sculpted
standing stone wall.  Picture 1 was taken from the bottom
looking up.    Picture 2 was taken from top.
This shape is found through out the
site.  I call it the butterfly wing.  This
is sculpted on a standing stone that
makes up the wall.
This area is at the top of a mountain.  There are 6
standing stones, each with a notch on the top and
includes sculpting, and many of the same symbols,
including the tear drop.  Studying the photos will reveal
more detail.  There are standing stones, all with notches,
that extend for approximately a half mile, up and over
many ridges.