The "Bird Stone" that was found at Brighton is some kind of advanced astronomical instrument and a stone computer. I have never seen anything like this in the world anywhere. It has images on it that are carved into the surface of the stone that are only visible when the light is at the right angle. The images on this stone and the images on the Nazca Plain are of the same level of supreme artistry. The picture is of what I call the King and Queen are most visible at noon on the winter solstice if you turn the faces towards the sun. This picture was taken on the winter solstice at noon. 

Sometimes people have trouble seeing the man and the woman in this image. The man is looking directly towards you and the left hand side. Look for the eye. His mouth is partly open and he has a beards and moustache. He is wearing a helmet with a nose guard, so you can't see his nose. The woman is on the right hand side and she is looking downwards. One can see her left eye, her lips and nose. Her hair comes over her right eye. She is wearing a large headdress with bands on it. The man's helmet is of equal height and has symbols on it. 

 If you notice in the images above the top of the stone somewhat resembles a snakes head. This motif is well known in Central america, The Feathered Serpent, Quetzalcoatl, or Kulkukhan. The combination of bird and man in this respects represents the highest state of being. The Godhead. 

In Anatolia they recently unearthed a birds head sculpture the appearance is similar in that it appears that the bird is looking out. Also the bird has a hole drilled in the side. 

 On the opposite side of the Bird Stone there is a hole drilled through it. Actually you can see the hole in the previous image between the man and the woman. The hole is filled with calcite crystals which generally grown at a rate of about 1cm every  77 years, like stalactites in a cave which are made of the same material. The the hole is 9 cm long and 2.2 cm wide, meaning it should be at least 692 years old. The problem is that it was found in a swamp and swamps are not conducive to growing calcite crystals, so they can't have of grown there and also at some distant time in the past the hole was bored out to a depth of 1 cm and a finer hole was drilled to depth of 3 cm. The hole is drilled at an angle of 44 degree, the latitude of Brighton and on the winter solstice if you put a pointer in the small hole and point it at the sun at noon it casts no shadow. Notice the man's face on the side of the rock. 

At some point in the distant past the Bird Stone was painted and in this colour enhanced image you can still see the pink on the woman's lips and on her exposed nipple on her breast. Under the microscope you can see some areas where the paint is still adhering in small crevices. At the site there are many sculptures of a similar nature all showing an advanced type of artwork that is unknown in the Ancient Americas. The site has been reported to the Ontario Archaeological society and some of the sample rocks have been examined by geologists who are at a loss as to say why the types of materials are there. There are some that are almost solid iron, but appear to be some sort of alloy, as they do not rust. Some of these are also mixed with nickel as evidenced by chemical testing. Some of these have been carved into sculptures. Also notice the fine lines making symbols on the head dresses. 

Above is the side of the stone where the bird has been etched into the surface . The bird is in profile with the eye at top centre. 

The sculpture below was unearthed recently in Anatolia where some of the worlds oldest sites are.  


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