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North Yorkshire rock carving matches similar in jungles of Columbia

I just stumbled across an interesting article on Michael Bott's blog regarding similarities between 2 vastly geographically separated carved stones... (apologies for cutting huge swathes of it out - read the article from the link at the bottom - it's much better!)

"Recently, there have been quite a few archaeological revelations coming to light from the result of a wildfire that swept the moors of Fylingdales, N. Yorkshire. One of the items discovered is a "unique" carved stone, thought to be 4,000 years old.


Just so you can make your own mind up, here is the photograph that Rupert took of the Kogi 'Map Stone' in the jungles of Columbia alongside the photo of the stone recently uncovered on the North Yorkshire Moors."

Full article here:
goffik Posted by goffik
14th January 2010ce
Edited 14th January 2010ce

Comments (3)

Nice one Goff. I would have totally missed that.

Eagle eyed thou art :-)
Hob Posted by Hob
14th January 2010ce
Thank you, kind sir!

One does one's best to keep abreast of these things... :)

G x
goffik Posted by goffik
15th January 2010ce
Is someone going to call Graham Hancock? thesweetcheat Posted by thesweetcheat
16th January 2010ce
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