Archaeologists from around the world have studied Judaculla Rock in Western, North Carolina. It is the largest known petroglyph in the eastern United States.
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Ancient petroglyphs near Astorga, Spain
Petroglyphs facing Mount Teleno in Maragateria, near Astorga (province of León). The University of León dated the petroglyphs of Maragateria to approximately 2500 BC.
These petroglyphs, they are divided among themselves, tens of thousands of kilometers, and perhaps the millenniums, they are created by different cultures, which is as expected, had no contact with each other.
Why are these symbols similar and what do they mean?
It seems that a man put his hand, but not an ordinary chisel, maybe the stone has softened under the influence of special energy.
Or there may be radiation of mysterious energy from another intelligent entity or form of life.
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