Previously, we covered the strange, but highly intriguing Cochno stone, an extremely ancient and very large, Scottish stone, covered with some of the best, and most interesting ancient petroglyphs known in Europe.
And although we put forward the proposition of it possibly being a map of as yet, unknown star constellations, we were subsequently contacted by an independent researcher known as Sean Moriarty.
Who, with a small independent team, has been investigating the stone for quite some time. Resulting in them deciphering the enigmatic cup and ring marks as a map of all the ancient sites within the surrounding area, including some yet to be unearthed…
However, there is a little less known ancient stone, a stone which rests in North Carolina, Deep within the mountains of Jackson County, and it has baffled all but a few who have examined it.
Known as the Judaculla Rock, it is a soapstone boulder, covered with a plethora of strange petroglyphic drawings that archaeologists now believe to be over 3,000 years old.
The native Cherokee Indians consider the site sacred, and state that it’s extremely ancient. The rock has been studied by researchers from across the world, but no one was ever able to decipher the bizarre petroglyphs on the stone. Not even being able to connect them vaguely to any usual subject matter often selected for such ancient expressions. It is also cut using an unknown technique, made by an unknown people.
The stone sits at the base of a mountain that has a large vein of copper which runs under the site. With a variety of other rare metals and minerals present, this geological layout has often been used to explain the strange electromagnetic anomalies, which can be detected around the rock.
The League of Energy Materialization, and Unexplained Phenomena Research. Or Lemur for short, a team of highly qualified individuals who explore paranormal and enigmatic subjects, may have actually cracked the code.
And their research is certainly the most compelling proposition so far put forward, or quite possibly will ever be put forward.
In August of 2002, L.E.M.U.R. investigated Judaculla Rock.
Upon comparing Judaculla’s markings to microscopic forms, specifically microscopic pond life, some of which, exclusively native to the surrounding landscape, an artistic relationship becomes undeniable.
Modern academia, or indeed known history, states that man first saw microscopic creatures in September of 1674. These observations were made by Dutch scientist Anton Van Leeuwenhoek. That means humans have only known of microscopic life for less than 330 years.
If this is true who, or what could have created the Judaculla stones markings over 3000 years ago?
Was this stone made by a highly advanced ancient alien?
Was it made with the purpose of sharing their research with a local population unable of such work?
To date, the lemur theory is the only one which has been successfully corroborated elsewhere.
Source: Mystery History