The image duplication that I am finding in the stone effigy rock formation imagery and the local landscape is simply amazing. The Grizzly Stone that is provided below was found among the almost 200 stones that comprise a fish effigy rock formation that I discovered on private property adjacent and North of the Kensington Runestone park in Douglas County, Minnesota. The image carved in the stone face is that of a splendidly stylized Grizzly Bear.
The above photo of the Grizzly Stone is a great example of the imagery found on the stones in this fish effigy rock formation. Below that same imagery is found in the local landscape. The Grizzly can be found as an enormous land art image that can be found in the upper center of this 1938 historic aerial photo. This hill is masterfully landscaped in the form of a giant Grizzly bear head.
Even today after years of farming the Grizzly Bear Head can still be seen as some of the features have been saved by their location on the steep incline that is not so easily farmed with even modern equipment. Below is a screen capture of the gps location of the rock formation and the remnants that can be seen of the Grizzly head in the modern field.
What still amazes me is that the so called “experts” in this field will not touch or acknowledge this historic ancient find. Yet, instead they are working behind my back with the current land owner to ace me out of the find and that is why I am self publishing my find prematurely in order to protect it as its discoverer from the land owner and “experts” in the field of study that want desperately to claim it as their own.
Nothing of great importance has been discovered in regards to the Kensington Runestone since Olof Ohman first discovered the Kensington Runestone in 1898 on his farmstead adjacent to the private property I discovered this fish rock effigy on with permission from the fickle land owner. Once I had discovered the world treasures and made them known to the land owner he could not work fast enough to cut me out of our business agreement and listen to the terrible advice he was getting with those he was working with behind my back.
There is no love lost for this current land owner. I am saddened by his inability to uphold his end of the agreement and instead work with unscrupulous “experts” that plague this niche field of study. I can only publish my finds I have documented and share them with the reader and those great researchers that are looking for the truth about the Kensington Runestone and the surrounding historic area. I rest assured that this unscrupulous land owner and those who would rather steal a find then ever discover on on their own through dastardly tactics such as this will soon reap their reward of infamy.
I can only publish my finds and share them with the world in a desperate hope to preserve them as my own rightful and diligent discoveries so they are not destroyed and taken by those that are unrighteous in their lust for fame.
In my discovery I am blazing new trails as these clues have gone disregarded and unfound now for generations. I am stating clearly my thesis that the creators of these great earthworks wrote on everything as weathered runic writing is found on almost every stone. They also moved massive amounts of earth to landscape the surrounding area into large effigy imagery that is duplicated with rock formations. These new trails of discovery are not being embraced by those in the area of study surrounding the Kensington Runestone. Instead, I am facing like Olof an onslaught of criticism and ridicule as the so called “experts” denigrate my finds.
But the finds are mounting and I am doing my best to provide the documentation needed to prove my thesis and discovery. I no longer have access to the property and my time there was cut short by the greedy and conniving land owner that I had to babysit and keep him from destroying the world treasure I discovered on his property. Never again will I set foot on property where I do not respect or trust the land owner. I am afraid that I have put a world treasure into the hands of someone who is unable and inept to handle the responsibility of care taking such a masterwork. This is my only regret as I have my hand forced publishing my finds before I can properly ascertain more about them. But shit happens.