Back in June, we shared a number of pictures of rock art found by one of our readers who lives in North Carolina. Elizabeth T. mentioned that some of the stones – beyond what we showed the first time – seemed to have features that suggested that they fit together. She writes: “These two were found very close together. In the location I had collected from that day, I took a bunch of pieces and sorted them by like material. When I found that statue, there was only that one other out of many rocks that was the same as the statue. The statue has a very slanted bottom when upright. I noticed that the other rock had what looked like an etched line and two dots. And I thought I was going crazy when I looked at the second piece and saw in one spot there was an etched line and 2 dots the exact same. No where else on this base, and in no other position, does that statue stand up straight. Once you line up the dots and the line, it almost clicks like a magnet making it stand straight.”
Here’s a detailed view that shows the etched line and two smooth dots on what appears to be a base for the standing figure:
Elizabeth also sent us a short video, which we’ll include here, so you can see in motion how she noticed that these two fit together and allowed the “figure” to stand:
Elizabeth has shown these to both an archeologist and a geologist, and the general consensus is that they could be 5,000-9,000 years old … has anyone else found or seen anything like this? If there are any other opinions or solid info on rock art like this, please share your thoughts in the comments section below.