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Archaeology of Portable Rock Art

Ken Johnston, blog publisher

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3 comments:

  1. Dear Ken,
    I am a collector of stone age tools and implements currently residing in the South of England...(Not sure where you are based)!
    My collection of hundreds of items are of my own findings...
    I was finding ancient British Ilse flint tools for quite a few years until 2 years ago I stumbled upon my first piece of what you would term portable rock art...Wow, has that sent me on a journey from there...
    This stuff is everywhere in the UK and nobody understands this, nor do they seem to want to look at this subject for some reason...I feel alone with my discoveries and as a result, kinda alienated from mainstream archaeology and am guessing portable rock art upsets their text book imposed, perfectly packaged paradigm...
    I have found 5 mammoths, elephants, bison, birds, crocodiles, snakes, human heads and skulls carved in flint in there droves...These items are so good that they stun ardent skeptics who cannot deny what they appear to be...I have seen all the videos and photos online available and the collection I have is up there with the best and beyond and believe me sir, I am a very modest man...
    I have found a tidal river near me, which is mainly clay and mud, with a 200 yard stone spread, where nearly every piece of flint has been carved into the shape of an animal, skull, owl or something...
    I have kept the area secret so as not to be swooped on by the public and archaeologists...
    I recently found a massive 2 handed stone hand axe that to everyone resembles the head of a believe it or not, reptilian human head, that when turned round to view the other face of the stone, is a crested dinosaur head...It freaks everyone out including me...It is large and weighs around 10 kilos...
    Would love to discuss and show my collection to like minded friends and individuals, open minded enough to see past staid, immovable, British archaeology...
    Thanks Ken for taking the time to read this...
    Mark
    My email will be available to you if you wish it sir,
    Thanks again...

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  2. ps This is Mark and I have just subscribed for your email feeds, thanks again..

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  3. Hi Mark, I need your email address to reply.

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