Saturday, February 7, 2015

Further Analyzing the "Reptile Rock" Stone God

Further Analyzing the "Reptile Rock" Stone God

The three pictures are represented here.  Note how this rock has obviously been shaped-out by the hands of people (mouth slit, chin, throat, eye, etc.)  It should also be noted that there is a ceremonial platform ("table dolmen") behind this rock (see last post):

To me, the above Indigenous stone-work closely resembles a species of crocodile, such as this:

Or may be an alligator such as this juvenile alligator:

Here is a distribution map of modern North American alligator populations.  There have also been sightings as far up as Virginia, but this is yet to be confirmed (this indicates this species can thrive in more northerly locales when the climate is not so cold):

So what is a crocodile/ alligator/ reptilian stone effigy doing in Massachusetts, in south-eastern New England?  Did these ancient beasts ever co-exist with man-kind at one point in this region?  Given the fact that there is a worked-out stone representing such a creature, the answer must be yes- the evidence is in, people.  Below is an academic report from the state of Connecticut.  It is titled "Scientists Find Skull of Ancient Reptile; Crocodile-like, it Ran on Long Legs.":

Pic of the creature from above article link:

But wait a second!  Those remains are 250 million years old, from the Triassic Era- no modern humans were alive then.  This leaves the door open for two possibilities- either such fossils are far more recent than established academia claims they are (the loopholes are there if one looks), or humankind, in more or less a modern state, goes back far into antiquity, perhaps even co-existing with dinosaurs.  I'm inclined to believe the truth lies somewhere in the middle of these two possibilities.  I have long opposed Darwin's theory of evolution.  Darwin himself in his later life renounced his evolutionary theory, but he was no longer being funded and publicized by a wealthy aristocrat (no doubt with an agenda), so his renunciation has gotten very little attention.  One person who addresses this is Michael Cremo in his Vedic interpretation's of mankind's past and his works such as "Forbidden Archaelogy."  (I will not re-present any of Cremo's works here, but I encourage people to look him up.)

I do want to share this link to a Vine Deloria Jr. lecture, however.  Vine Deloria Jr. was a Native American (Sioux) scholar, who has written books such as "Custer Died For Your Sins", "God Is Red", Red Earth, White Lies" and "The World We Used to Live In."  The following link is a lecture/ speech he made at Washington State University.  He begins speaking about dinosaurs around 23 minutes into it, and gives evidence as well as oral tradition about man co-existing with dinosaur-like creatures.  The title of his speech is "The World We Used To Live In" (lecture is 51 mins.):

Lastly is a link to a documentary, "Ancient Alien Discoveries of Early Man."  Despite it's fantastic name, this documentary has a lot of good information regarding suppressed archaelogy.  What this documentary does a good job of, it shows that people in the good ol' boys club better not rock the boat or they'll lose their jobs.  It should also be noted that the documentary has nothing to do with aliens, and is simply about "Ancient Discoveries of Early Man"- (117 mins):


  1. Why import this? I'd say it's more likely a domestic great snake or serpent - unless it's a Georgian Alligator or Mayan Crocodile, of course.

  2. That is a good point- I was seeing a more crocodile/ aligator motiff at first, in which case, begs the question "what is it doing in New England". Now that you mention the Great Serpent motiff I can see that too in the picture of the stone-work which makes alot of sense- however, there is still much to be learned about the Great Serpent "deity" of pre-contact Native people in the region as well. For instance what if we went back in time and asked a Native person in the year 1500 about the Great Serpent stone-work- what if they were to tell us that this was a creature directly experienced by the ancestor's- or perhaps, "shamanism" may also enter the picture, in which case this stone-work would be a physical expression of a non-material (but very real) entity/ deity that is benevolent or somehow necessary and revered, which works in accordance for the very life-way of the people. I suppose this is an instance of one question being answered by the proposal of many more questions that we do not yet fully grasp.