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    Here is the full size,of the native american abrading stone with symbols and petrographs of the written messages you will get a better understanding how big this is and a bigger picture of the size,and how fully complete and just think how long this took of the warrior who carved the event that took place recording the travel to war and all that happened in his journey this is in my possession and i am so happy to show my biggest find to you all bethania north carolina, found may 2018 of this year the top is a eye for the great spirit and also is symbol of war this would give part in the message of the big part of the written symbols i have interperated to you

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    1. Watchsearcher Watchsearcher, 4 years ago
      This is fantastic that you are finding these rocks! They would have lain there for centuries or maybe forever and their stories never told.
      Is there a museum you could loan them to? Of course, with recognition of you as the finder and interpreter of the stones?
      Everyone should know and appreciate the people who came before us- and took better care of the land than we have.
    2. Dannytwofeathers Dannytwofeathers, 4 years ago
      Thank you so much for your comment yes,i should be recognized, but offortunately i have no help here in this,region and not to many people here understand the segificant of these art works,and,messages and i have,collectected wahy over 180 of these stone artworks,and i know plow from hand they are all done and carved all around these stones they all have been abraded,by hand tooling and found many of tbere abrading tools,left by the people who carved them i donot leave anything behind when finding these tools i have,them displayed,and somany are,still in that site i would love to get them all before more of them get damaged by people who dont appreciate these works,most i have seen were busted by people taking them and smashing them against other stones they have the busted,marks of forced, breakage so by me doing this,i am saving and resching all i can and many of these i have recovered,are,untouched,by human hands since they were placex,several hundred years ago thank you and,every one,who appreciate my discoveries i ennoy showing them all and i do try to take better pics,so the work can be seen thank you for the likes,may the great spirit shine on you all
    3. Watchsearcher Watchsearcher, 4 years ago
      I don't know if the folks at Etowah Indian Mounds museum at Cartersville Georgia could be of assistance in finding a museum in your area that would authenticate and exhibit your finds.
      Or what a cool thing it would be for a college history major to do a paper and video documenting you and your finds and also talking about the history of the indigenous people of that area (whatever is known of them).
      Their fate was likely the same as other indigenous people: wiped out by diseases they had no immunity to, resources used and land taken away by newcomers such as explorers, traders, missionaries and settlers.

      Maybe a professor in the history department of a university in your area could help. The history department secretary might be a good contact person to get the word out to history majors in need of a good project (like the Foxfire Project back in the 60s or 70s where students interviewed their mountain neighbors and family members as a history project).
    4. Dannytwofeathers Dannytwofeathers, 3 years ago
      I am very interested getting help in my stone art abrading stone art works these pieces i have collected and saved are all different in sizes and two types of stone all done by tooling and are all unique and very beautiful designs and patterns and some i found in the wall i found two sites for these works i been teaveling in this creek for 5 years soon to be six years it has been a long journey in my ancesterial past not one new these exsisted here in bethania in laurel and muddy creek sharing these works has gotten me to search and find the lost art from the indigneous people from long long ago i wish these art works would talk i would even want to find out how far back they have gone so far i found points that gone through the middle archaic and neolithic and precolumbuan times nothing as paleo the bison teeth i found are fossilized i found two from two different bisons the same era there is no museum here to display these remarkable finds as i been wanting to display these extrordinary finds yet there is still alot more of them here and i do plan on finding and recovering more of these so they can be seen

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