Here is a great example of Virginia Rock Art spotted by Scott Jones last year while fishing near Fredericksburg, Virginia
”Where there is an open mind, there will always be a frontier” Dorthea Brown
This website was developed to document the discovery of ancient petroglyphs and associated paranormal activity recently discovered deep in the Appalachia Mountains. The rock outcroppings are covered with simple, complex, abstract, anthropomorphic, and ancient creative expression of unknown origin. They also exhibit indications of cultural alignments.
This karst environment sits on top of a geodesic zone, meaning the entire bedrock of limestone has running water under, through, around, and on top of a bedrock of limestone causing a constant emission of low grade radiation and geothermal off- gassing, creating fluctuating magnetic waveforms, fields and distortions, measurable by EMF meters, dousing rods, and compass readings. This appears to be an energy source for the supernatural activity. There is a strong connection between the geomagnetic distortions, the rock petroglyphs, and the paranormal activity.
Click on the Language of the Ages button at the top of the page to see documented evidence of supernatural and paranormal activity at the site. My ancestors are also buried on this mountain, I now know the connection.
Language of the Ages is a narrative nonfiction project developed for iBooks to document a major archaeological find and it’s associated supernatural activity that was caught on film. Included in journal form are over 600 high resolution photographs and nine high definition videos.
In 2002, while out of the country, I made a hurried decision to place a bid on an unknown piece of property deep in the Appalachian Mountains. Shortly after closing, I was surprised to learn that this particular property had deep roots down into my family's history when three of my bloodlines arrived on America's shores in the early 1700s.
Ten years of research has revealed an historical footprint that includes connections to the Drapers Meadow Massacre, French and Indian War, Revolutionary War, Civil War, George Washington, and eight generations of three different families who came to the New World together on the Winter Galley, September 5, 1738. All three families became founding members of the German New River Settlement and the original colonist of the property I now own. I am the eighth generation grandson from each of these families. But what has become even more important than the archaeological discovery at this site, is the consequence of finding what else is buried beneath this little piece of land in Clover Hollow.