Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Ancient Native Stone Discovered

Once used by Woodland Indians or Native Americans for preparation of corn, nuts or herbs, or for perhaps other sacred or ceremonial reasons, this stone lies along what was the Pocumtuck Trail, later called the Mohawk Trail, in Massachusetts.

I perhaps should say 'rediscovered' in the title of this because I was brought to this site over 35 years ago by a very wise man who showed and taught many forgotten things of the past. I was unable to relocate the stone until recently, after searching for over two years. In the process, many other pieces of a ceremonial sacred landscape were uncovered as part of an ongoing journey and research project.

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