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    Posted 8 years ago

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    I always knew it was something but until recently hadn't a clue as to what.
    Thank goodness for my new friend "Al'' who is a member of the 'Society of Ancient Technologies'
    Thank you my friend..
    So here is another game of 'Do you what it is??

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    1. Vestaswind Vestaswind, 8 years ago
      Worry stone?
    2. VikingFan82 VikingFan82, 8 years ago
      that's my guess. my dad has one made of marble.
    3. Nancy Salisbury, 8 years ago
      I would say it is a palm saver for starting fires .
    4. Reima, 8 years ago
      Nancy S. is on a roll she really knows her stuff. yes it is a palm protecter for starting fires usingthe "bow method." This is so sweet you can tell it was used in the left hand!!
    5. Nancy Salisbury, 8 years ago
      The only reason I knew what it was is because I have a friend who is really into this stuff . He has shown me some of his artifacts .
    6. Michael David DeMetz, 8 years ago
      Yes! Yes! Yes! I keep one in my hunting gear all the time. I live in Alaska and with that Palm protector, a stick and boot string you can make FIRE! And with fire you can make the tools you need to stay alive.
    7. screima, 8 years ago
      M.D.DeMetz, .. I always knew it WAS something didn't find out exactly WHAT until about 2 yrs ago. A friend who belongs to the Society of Primitive Technologies identified it for me. Fire was/ & is a must for survival.
      F.Y.I. you might want to add a lens of some sort to your survival gear.. just for a
      back up. (broken pair of binoculars) slip the lens into an old sock and you have an easy way to start a fire provided the sun is shining!

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