I just wanted to do a quck video of a stone that maybe a “nutt’n stone” artifact. But I have always thought of those as being quite large and not hand held like this one appears to be. So I was filming it to share and get some other opinions on them. Then I had a pile of random rocks by my sink that I have been picking up out of my backyard when the pups go out for their daily constitutional. Well, I got some pretty good shots of them for an added bonus to the video.
The Question I have been trying to answer is who made these. Obviously they are man made, and there seems to be intellect behind the symbols and drawings found on these stones as they do correspond to one another and the local typography itself. This land has been inhabited since the dawn of time, so it should not surprise me, but with the backlash from Native American artifact enthusiasts and relatively no known scholarship on these stones as they have been marginalized from study in favor of the much easier to determine flaked or knapped stone artifacts that can be found. So, tell me, who do you think created these carvings, drawings, signs, symbols, code, markings. Was it the KGC outlaws caching ill gotten gains or the Jesuit fur traders and miners, the Native American or early man? Or even earlier than that?
I don’t know who did it, but the vast number of these finds do beg to consider that their population must of been massive and impressive with a written stone language and sign and symbol codex. I am just happy to get to know them from the stones they left for me to marvel and hold them in prestige of their craftsmanship and intellect.
This video was uploaded from an Android phone.