Source: Operation Disclosure Official | By Theodore Colon, Contributing Writer
Submitted on June 11, 2023
New Hampshire’s COSMIC EGG!
Alien Covenant with the Indigenous people of New England.
The gift of knowledge of land, agricultural, and wildlife management.
“As above so Below”
The egg is a symbol of the totality from which all creation comes. It is like a womb containing the seeds of creation. Within the egg are the possibilities of a perfect creation (i.e., the creation of androgynous beings). The egg, in addition to being the beginning of life, is equally a symbol of procreation, rebirth, and new life.
Out of place artifact: The lake Winnipesaukee mystery stone
The Out Of Place Artifact are objects of which no one can explain the origin, which more often than not seem anachronistic compared to the historical moment in which they should be built. Other times they are inexplicable artifacts in every aspect, such that it is not possible to understand which civilization could have produced them. One of the most mysterious of all is the stone egg found in New Hampshire, near Lake Winnipesaukee. There are many hypotheses, no certain answers for an object of great beauty and infinite charm.
In 1872, a group of construction workers digging a hole to plant a fence post near the shores of Lake Winnipesaukee in New England. When they discovered a clay lump with a strange egg-shaped artefact inside it, six feet below the ground. Called the “Mystery Stone,” it is one of the most curious and least known relics ever found in New Hampshire. Many archaeologists have speculated about the possible origin of this strange object for more than a hundred years, without reaching any definitive conclusions so far.
The type of rock is not familiar in the New Hampshire region and no other objects with similar markings or designs are known throughout the United States. It may have been the work of someone who lived in a very remote place and time, as nothing like this fine craftsmanship has been produced by the Native American tribes that inhabit the area.
Description of the mysterious stone
The mysterious stone is approximately 4 inches (10.2 cm) tall, 2.5 inches (6.4 cm) wide, weighs about 18 ounces (510.3 grams), and is very dark in hue. Hard as granite, its size and shape are those of a goose’s egg. The stone is a type of quartzite, derived from sandstone, or mylonite, a fine-grained rock formed by the transfer of layers of rock along a fault line. There are two separate holes made at both ends of the stone, the latter having been drilled from its tip to its base with tools of different sizes, and the interior of this drilling was subsequently polished along its entire length.
Beyond its strange design and structure, the smooth and polished surface of the stone is marked with extravagant engravings that range from astronomical symbols to a haunting human face. On one of its faces are engraved what appear to be inverted arrows, a dotted moon, a cross and a spiral. Another side features an ear of corn with rows of seventeen grains. Below it is a circle with three figures. One of them seems to be the leg of a deer and there is also some animal with large ears. On the third face, we can see a teepee with four posts, an oval and a human face. His face appears sunken, his nose does not protrude from the surface of the stone, and his lips seem to express a certain determination.
The Native American theory
Immediately after the discovery, the stone remained in the possession of Seneca A. Ladd, the businessman who had commissioned the excavations along the shores of the lake. The newspapers spoke extensively of that strange object, and the American Naturalist attributed the authorship to the native Indians, who in this part of the Americas were the Abenaki. The initial idea was that it was some “trophy” that marked the end of hostilities between two rival tribes. But right away that theory did not convince others completely.
Controversial theories about its origin
Over the years, historians have tried to find some explanation for the existence of this stone and its possible purpose without reaching any clear conclusion to date. The initial interpretations started with the simplest answer. In November 1872, The American Naturalist magazine suggested that the stone “commemorates a treaty between two tribes.” However, this idea did not get very far, and soon after it was hypothesized that the stone could be some kind of ancient tool.
Other possibilities have also been raised, such as that the stone could be of Celtic or Inuit origin, and in 1931 a letter arrived at the New Hampshire Historical Society suggesting that it could be a “thunderstone.” Also known as “thunderbolts” or “thunder axes” (“lightning axes”), a lightning stone is a worked stone object, often shaped like a wedge blade of an axe, said or believed to have fallen from the sky. Stories of thunderstones are found in cultures all over the world and are often associated with a thunder god.
An egg-shaped stone that perhaps comes from very far away
We are left with a doubt that is difficult to resolve. Is the stone just a deception, made by a modern artisan? Or is it just an object that escapes the classifications that we are able to give on the basis of our knowledge? What seems to be excluded is the first hypothesis that was advanced, namely the Indian origin. The style of the Abenaki was very different from the nature of the stone, which has rather characteristics similar to other civilizations.
Someone then thought that it may belong to an antecedent civilization that of the Native Americans, which lived in North America many millennia earlier. Not being able to date the artefact with any margin of certainty, this too remains a hypothesis not to be excluded. There are also those who speak of an object of extraterrestrial origin and, in all honesty, even this is not an idea to be rejected.
The only thing that can be said with certainty is that the mysterious stone found around 150 years ago along the shores of Lake Winnipesaukee is an (Out Of Place Artifact) because it should not have been where it was found.
I will leave it up to reader to discern ~ Fact or Fake?
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