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More Adena monoliths

Postby E.P. Grondine » Mon Apr 16, 2018 9:27 pm

Hi -

Some of you may rememeber that I and my colleague Fletcher Wilson have been working through "Adena" monoliths:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aBFlFRLnzk8

It look like Schoolcraft was interested in them as well:
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Now I have to figure out where these were located.
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Re: More Adena monoliths

Postby E.P. Grondine » Tue Apr 17, 2018 1:41 am

Oh well -

turns out they appear to be from elsewhere - but Schoolcraft is not clear -

That the simple style of rock inscription, among the Mongolian and Tartar races
of the eastern hemisphere, bears a marked resemblance to that of the red race of the
western, is denoted in the following examples. (See figure 6, Plate 66, and figures 1,
2, 3, 4, Plate 67.)

In figure 6, Plate 66, the drawing of a frocked man, with a heart
lying at his feet, is suggestive of the office of a priesthood, among a barbarous people.
The stems of shrubs, sprouting from one lobe of the heart, may symbolize a fragrant
memory. The figures of high crosses raised upon a sort of rampart, appear to indicate
towns, forts, or localities. The circle divided into eight parts, appears to be horologic.

In figure 1, Plate 67, the deer stands as a simple symbol; in figure 2, of the same
plate, the dart has the same value. In figure 3 of this plate, the reader is strongly
reminded of a curious stone map, found on the sources of the Susquehanna, of which
a transcript was published by the Historical Committee of the Pennsylvania Philosophical Society.
In figure 4, as in some characters in figure 2, there is a strong tendency to the ancient rock-alphabet.
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Re: More Adena monoliths

Postby Simon21 » Fri Jun 15, 2018 2:20 am

More drivel. Can't read a book but apparently can reada petrogyphs - the youtube charlatans
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Re: More Adena monoliths

Postby E.P. Grondine » Fri Jun 15, 2018 5:56 am

Look, ya incompetent Aussie Wanker -

Adena monoliths are kind of hard to miss in the field -
https://youtu.be/aBFlFRLnzk8

While I do not walk so well anymore,
my colleague Fletcher Wilson, whose shoulder is out from military service,
walks very well.

We have another 3 of these we know of from colonial records.
And no telling how many more of them at known Adena sites.

Now if you are blind a well as stupid,
then you really do have a problem beside your foul mouth.
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Re: More Adena monoliths

Postby Simon21 » Fri Jun 15, 2018 8:40 am

Look, ya incompetent Aussie Wanker -


Adena monoliths are kind of hard to miss in the field -
https://youtu.be/aBFlFRLnzk8

While I do not walk so well anymore,
my colleague Fletcher Wilson, whose shoulder is out from military service,
walks very well.


Who gives a flying f....This guy would be better employed trying to fix his shoulder then traipsing around with a half brained idiot who seemingly thinks Scotland is part of Denmark.

Presumably he doesn't shake hands with you erky perky.

We have another 3 of these we know of from colonial records.
And no telling how many more of them at known Adena sites.

Now if you are blind a well as stupid,
then you really do have a problem beside your foul mouth.


Apprently can't think anymore either, sad. And I am not the one who apparently likes porn. Apparently the stroke didn't effect everything. what did Rousseau say about one handed reading/viewing?
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Re: More Adena monoliths

Postby E.P. Grondine » Sun Jun 17, 2018 4:26 pm

Look wanker,
I never said Sctoland was part of Denmark.
Think of the sheep. :shock:
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Re: More Adena monoliths

Postby Simon21 » Mon Jun 18, 2018 4:40 am

E.P. Grondine wrote:Look wanker,
I never said Sctoland was part of Denmark.
Think of the sheep. :shock:



Oh dear getting upset. Something happen to the porn channels.

Your maps moron. Looks like you've shoved your "adena monolith" up your own a...
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