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Ventura's mystery stone

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Richard Senate: The Albinger Archaeological Museum is now closed to the public, the latest victim of budget cuts. But, few know that this vest pocket museum houses one of the greatest mysteries in California and one that may re-write the history books. It might be the concrete evidence that the Spanish were not the first Europeans to discover California and that honor might be given to the medieval Irish! The artifact is a large rock with odd markings scratched upon its surface. The rock is a hard material and so any markings must have been made with metal tools, and done not as an idle gesture but for some purpose. Who made these carvings?

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Interesting article! I am always fascinated by anything that challenges conventional acceptance of history. Just as a random thought, could it not be the case that perhaps the Irish carved it but it was somehow transported to the west coast by someone else? An early collector / scholar / explorer who too thought it was Native American and it just happened to end up where it was found? That is of course if it is Irish and not Japanese or other origin.

I will be interested to see what develops from any further research that may be carried out!

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Supposedly, ancient paintings have coded light which can describe an entire lineage of activity lost to our present awareness.

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any pics of the stone?

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It will be dismissed in some way shape or form.

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