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  1. Simon Ling
    September 6, 2019

    First stone top left is B. Yea I can read these. Its easy once you get your eye in. Its a shame they have been moved out of order from the original site they most likely would have left an important message in there original order they were left out on the ground.

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  2. Simon Ling
    September 6, 2019

    The angle of cut and shape of the stones reminds me of the letter K in Hebrew if you were to trace around the outside of the shape. In Hebrew that triangle angle cut out piece is only found at the top on the letter K. I would call those rocks as meaning the letter K which coincidentally in Hebrew means to bend and twist to ones will. well kind of does.

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    • Simon Ling
      September 6, 2019

      The incised rocks if you trace around the outside you will get resemblances that appear to be ancestral Hebrew.
      Each stone forms a letter of the Hebrew alphabet. Or there may be many angles cut on one stone to conform with the only corresponding ancestral Hebrew letter that has those same angles. An example of this would be the ancestral Hebrew letter D the short hand version of that symbol would be a T type symbol but it would be turned on its side and be missing the upward stroke to complete it but it would have still been under stood as being the letter D. The T shaped stone resembling a mushroom shape in the photo at the top right is the letter D. Bottom row third from the right is a letter K.

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