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La Grande Roccia (The Big Rock)

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<b>La Grande Roccia (The Big Rock)</b>Posted by Ligurian Tommy LeggyImage © Ligurian Tommy Leggy
Latitude:44° 27' 5.36" N
Longitude:   8° 40' 21.02" E



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I think La Grande Roccia holds a great power.
While you're walking in the half-shade of a beech-wood suddenly it'll appear in front of you
as a shining silver dome, as an UFO...
And when you'll approach it, you'll find out that it's cut in two by a deep break as chopped by a big force. Beside it there's a nice spring. And it's covered by engravings.
So this was a sacred place for ancient Ligurians.
This site it's very suggestive and I believe "that" strong energy is still there.
Ligurian Tommy Leggy Posted by Ligurian Tommy Leggy
16th September 2008ce