Saturday, June 27, 2015

Sherborn, MA.- Obelisk Standing Stone, Grandfather Profile Boulder & Stone Wall

Sherborn, MA.- Obelisk Standing Stone, Grandfather Boulder & Stone Wall

Boulder with a rock placement to the right, shaped boulder to the far left and the obelisk- standing stone in the far center (on the high ground): 

Boulder A that has been shaped out (pointed tip) and the obelisk stone:

Very nicely defined obelisk stone- well shaped out cylindrical tip and what appears to be 2 or 3 markings (lines) that stand out around the body of the stone:

Obelisk from the back angle:

Boulder A and B side-by side, at the foot of the obelisk stone.  Both boulders have their tips worked out.  What are we looking at at this site?  Is the obelisk stone and pointed-out boulders simply for astehtic/ symbolic purposes, or are we looking at engineered conduits (electrical/ vibrational) from ages ago?  Some engineers for instance, who examine the Great Pyramid of Giza, Egypt, who are able to look past and dis-prove some of the mainstream notions about the structure (through diligent research) have proposed that the Great Pyramid is an electrical powerhouse/ conduit, a theory, when properly examined, that makes more sense with the records of the ancient Egyptians themselves as well as the design of the structure, than what mainstream academia claims the structure to be (later dynastic burial chambers although no mummies were ever found inside it, nothing indicates it was used as such, etc.).  Similarly, the Nordic Scandinavians have a tradition of their Standing Stone sites as conduits of electrical power, related to the Gods (such as Thor the thunder god.)  I can't help but think that I may be looking at a lost North American counter-part  to such world traditions here at this site; that is, that these stones were part of some sort of ancient electircal conduit:

A few yards away from the obelisk stone and conduits is this profile boulder.  The profile is on the left side:

Profile boulder full view.  This boulder is very "sphinx"-like in orientation (to borrow a word).  Also note how the stone has been smoothed around the profile of the face.  The features of this stone are obviously very, very old:

Getting darker:

Stone wall going into the boulder:

More stone wall and a rock placement on a boulder:

Wall meandering up a ledge and another boulder placement in the wall:

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