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Circle of Stones

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  • jdaintira@aol.com
    While this is in Africa, it is so strange and possibly connected to other oddities world wide ~ Judith Marie ...
    Message 1 of 2 , Jun 30, 2006
      While this is in Africa, it is so strange and possibly connected to other "oddities" world wide ~ Judith Marie
       
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      Ténéré desert, Niger, 1997
      Photograph by George Steinmetz
      "Stark circle of rock measuring about 60 feet [18 meters] in diameter likes in the Ténéré desert below the massif of Adrar Madet in Niger. Roughly a mile away in each of the four cardinal directions, similarly crafted arrows point away from the circle, whose origin, purpose, and age remain a puzzle."

      (Text and photograph from "Journey to the Heart of the Sahara," March 1999, National Geographic magazine)

      http://lava.nationalgeographic.com/cgi-bin/pod/PhotoOfTheDay.cgi?day=19&month=6&year=06
    • Lara Nunes
      hmmm interesting ? maybe a UFO landing pad ? jdaintira@aol.com wrote: While this is in Africa, it is so strange and possibly connected to other
      Message 2 of 2 , Jun 30, 2006
         hmmm interesting ? maybe a UFO landing pad ?

        jdaintira@... wrote:
        While this is in Africa, it is so strange and possibly connected to other "oddities" world wide ~ Judith Marie
         
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        Ténéré desert, Niger, 1997
        Photograph by George Steinmetz
        "Stark circle of rock measuring about 60 feet [18 meters] in diameter likes in the Ténéré desert below the massif of Adrar Madet in Niger. Roughly a mile away in each of the four cardinal directions, similarly crafted arrows point away from the circle, whose origin, purpose, and age remain a puzzle."
        (Text and photograph from "Journey to the Heart of the Sahara," March 1999, National Geographic magazine)
        http://lava.nationalgeographic.com/cgi-bin/pod/PhotoOfTheDay.cgi?day=19&month=6&year=06


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