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  1. Jamie
    March 25, 2018

    I have two smaller ‘stone tool’s that have a similar edge to non axe although the blades are much more precise,and sharp! They both are made I believe to rest in the hand(right)- and the smaller one has a deep thumb indentation. They are a very dark green grey with no visible strata or imperfections. Very old original tooling. Amazing condition for something so ancient, they would have been extremely valuable to original owner

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  2. Geoff
    August 29, 2016

    I was renting a unit from an elderly couple in Wynyard Tasmania years ago.

    I was having a cuppa with them and talking about unusual things that have been found in Australia.
    The gentleman took me to a room at the rear of his house and showed me two of them that he bought with him when they moved to Tasmania from Queensland…

    He said that there were hundreds of them in a valley on a property that he had up there.

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    • Geoff
      August 29, 2016

      Sorry I was talking about the non axe.

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    • evstrong
      September 1, 2016

      we are def interested in knowing more Geoff, dont suppose you have sum photos? Cheers

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  3. William Waters
    August 12, 2016

    I see you have a Shaman wand, and very cool. I believe your Non-axe may be just that an Axe for a much larger person and that can throw you off, because of the larger size. Really Cool Artifacts.

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  4. Jim Higgins
    August 12, 2016

    As someone who was born in Molong, which in Original language apparently means place of many rocks, and who, as a child, played on, in and around the clusters of rocks that took me to so many different imaginary worlds, I know the power of rock. Thank you, Steven. This has come to me at an important time.

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  5. David Malcolm
    August 11, 2016

    Hi Steven and Evan. A very interesting artefact. Was it given to you by somebody or did you find it yourselves? Its origin interests me… can you give a rough idea without disclosing anything you shouldn’t r th th 1e the the ?

    Anyway my main reason for commenting is wrt the “star map” – I read a book recently that you absolutely must look at if you are unaware of it because it is highly relevant and expands on the marks you’ve described. It is by Derek Cunningham and is called “The Long Journey – 400, 000 Years of Stone Age Science”

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    • David Malcolm
      August 11, 2016

      Looks like spell checker mangled my message. The crux is still evident though,. ☺️

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