ONE, We turn to the topic of druids and who exactly the priests, the kings, the priest-kings, the divine rulers, of divine right, sun worship, sun worship in its time over the many years in the forest, the most proximal to many Europeans, the way of native Americans indeed, very similar terrain and geography, not that far across the sea, we begin in a text, a text on the forest where we learn “circumstances led to the special adoration of the oak by the early European races, and at a later stage of religious development it was worshipped as a god, or as the abode of a god, whose attributes, as we shall see, were associated with the weather, the firmament and the general idea of growth.” Excerpted from Druids, Their Origins and History, Spence, Lewis, 1949, 1995, pp. 12-13, and furthermore we ask who are the Celts, or the Celtic peoples, we believe to say the natives of Britain, France, maybe Spain, some Slavonic countries, Greece, Italy, the Balkans and the Steppe, all not exclusively, but generally, yes indeed, all the way to the vicinity of the Ukraine to Ireland, and North America, that native man proven beyond a doubt, proven beyond a doubt a long time ago, still hunter-gatherer and allegedly knowledgable of the oak tree and fruits of the wild that one in addition to game could survive on in the forest, in the forest of all time, from Oregon to Ukraine, pretty much the range of the Celt in light of the Kenniwick Man.

TWO, Their religion is described as “like the Greek, Roman and Teutonic, developed in the course of time into a faith which could boast of a series of divine figures almost equally distinguished with those of Olympus. But, side by side with the worship of these, the cultus of the oak tree remained, almost until the end.” (pp. 13)

Furthermore, “the Druidic cult was closely allied with that principle of belief which has come to be known…as the doctrine of “the Divine King”…in the king, the son of heaven, is enshrined that magical vitality… (pp. 13)

THREE, That most curious language inexplicably tying the divine king of the Druids to Arthur Evans’ Knossos and the Priest-King, wherein a pamphlet published by the Ashmolean Museum of Oxford University we find that quest for the labyrinth and castle began with erstwhile sealstones with hieroglyphic signs, allegedly from Crete, and being sold by the antiquities dealers in Athens, at least in 1893. The point is that we have hieroglyphs, indeed hieroglyphs in Minoan Crete, most fascinating indeed, prehistoric Aegean and Mediterranean script, indeed known to the Egyptians as the script of record for a land far to the north and west, and inscribed tablets were found upon excavations that began at Knossos on or about 1900, also recovered frescos, reliefs and a series of large human figures in richly embroidered robes described as “princely, priestly or official personages” with a fresco of a personage at Knossos noted to have, “regular, almost classical features, the dark eyes and black curly hair and high brachycephalic skull present close points of resemblance to certain types still to be found, especially in the highlands of central and western Crete. The profile rendering of the eye and the modeling of the face and limbs shows and artistic advance which in historic Greece was not reached until the fifth century before our era, some eight or nine centuries later than the date of this Knossian fresco.” That fresco below and one other below,

The priest-king dated to Late Minoan IA, 1550-1500 BC, is the interpretive work of Arthur Evans, Arthur Evans and his first work on Knossos, The Palace of Minos at Knossos, published in 1921, wherein the Priest-King is alleged to be the ruler of Knossos and in similitude to the Egyptian pharaohs, the priest-king is “the bearer of a divine title and regarded as of divine parentage”, the “adopted son on earth of the Cretan Great Mother or Earth Goddess.” Maybe. Maybe not. The reconstructed image of the priest-king below, who is furthermore called the priest-king for unknown reason, and maybe the influence of contemporary psychologically female-centric theories on mythology did influence Evans too much, we are not sure, not sure, not sure of the true religious inclinations of the Minoans and it may be the Druidic divine king, divine king, divine king notion that Evans again drew in generality for the most vaunted of form that was recovered on the grounds of the palace. As below, we are concerned for Onoko, yet again, and the glyphs and languages that we have yet to cover hereupon very much, visage first, in similitude to the Minoan form, Pennsylvania and the holy spring, who are you, antique Greeks, Minoan, Mycenaean, Sea People, yes indeed, a shrine or an altar of the Mark Four, best kind,

Furthermore, we are concerned with crown of the alleged priest-king and any possible headdress seen in the likely effigy of a deity, Artemis as well, as above, again at Onoko, Pennsylvania and furthermore we begin to consider the ritual aspects of Druidism in the mythology and archaeology of that site. One more brief note from Knossos, and this on steatite and the mound builders,

Oxford informs us of the recovery of a steatite cup from Knossos, indeed very curious, above left, first, what is steatite, very common apparently, and second, the steatite of the appalachian mountains we encounter at the mound complex in Pinson, Tennessee, it is a common rock found all over the world, soapstone, indeed, but it is the ceremonial use which is intriguing, intriguing in the extreme,

FOUR, On topic, Querquetulani, the men of the Oak, the origin of the word druid likely from the Greek drus, oak. How much Greek here, how much Greek here are we talking in the origin of the druids, and what are druids exactly, let’s just call them a priest class, priest-kings, or magicians of the woods, the woodland priest class that are indeed known to have been wand-bearing like the Arthur Evans’ Knossian priest-king image of the brachycephalic male above right, and with red background, note both those paintings heavily reconstructed by one or more French conservators, artists indeed, and furthermore the visage of that Greek, of that Greek, is seen here again in Pennsylvania, we covered this once in passing just to say, we have this here, we know what kind of face that is, mostly, and indeed out of place in the extreme,

FIVE, And on topic again, we read the oak tree was the Celtic symbol of Zeus, also Roman symbol of Jupiter, indeed, drus wood in Sanskrit as well, Sanskrit as well a candidate for scripts, for scripts to look for, look for, look for, look for anything at all like that and you may find sooner than you think, than you think, maybe, just maybe the Welsh derwydd, for oak, premonitions of the oak forest days ago, alternate interpretation, dru the strengthening prefix, and uid, knowing, oak knowing, oak knowing, oak knowing,

SIX, We then move to some of the practices of the Druids in Ireland, Gaul, maybe Greece, maybe the antique Greeks, maybe the Minoans, maybe the Hittites, maybe the Phoenicians, whoever they were, they were or were not, thank you much, the Druze intrigue us now for their origins among the, the forests of all time in Lebanon, whatever it is, whatever it is, it the Celtic-centric and maybe Aryan way of living, living by the priest class, mostly, and their followers, however the stone monuments of Europe are reportedly not all magic sunshine and do include history of ritual murder and animal sacrifice, apparently, indeed mostly before Christ, we would imagine, in the woodlands of Western Europe, rough and brutal just like North America, the shortness of life unbelievable, the advanced peoples probably few and far in between, even in the Mediterranean and Asia Minor, Asia itself as well, North America included, although we do suggest that North America is still the host of many, many kinds of Welsh or other European, full on or like pseudo-tribe, Madoc indeed stake of the English claim to first arrival in the new world 1170 AD, perhaps earlier and regularly at that place for the same reason would colonize the eastern seaboard, persecution that is, religious or otherwise, and over the many long years the practices of the woodland pagans and the Christian druidic peoples, indeed Celtic peoples, indeed Irish, Scottish lesser and in-part, the French, all the same Celts would eventually colonize the continent and becomes natives themselves, and the practices of the druidic caste become more curious as native America, as native America becomes more well-understood, and especially in light of the mound building cultures and mounds that exist without explanation, we turn to the druids and stone monuments of the old world, where druids casually today larping aside still may exist in a codicee or set of books on the practices that have been passed down, indeed the native legacy of Britain and the Celts of Brittany, many of the best mounds out there on those grounds, and what came before, in one telling the druids are the direct descendants of the Brahmins of Indian and Magi of Persia, and the Aryan connection obviously of the highest interest to us in light of the Onoko site, that is MARK FOUR, indeed, the King that we need, more interesting to us every day, for the reason what practice so advanced made the face in effigy, but what we called a firmament machine, and the opening words in our text on the druids, “associated with the weather, the firmament and the general idea of growth.” What could that possibly mean, the firmament, we have an idea now, we have an idea now of how one might be considered a magician in light of the carving of the effigy faces as follows, at Onoko, the Brahmin in the third-eye, do you see it, yes you do, so do we each time we go, the King looking up the priests that would come to the holy shrine and the holy wall, holy wall, The West Wall, the temple of Solomon after all, MARK FOUR, as he is known, right here below,

Indeed, the practices we surmised to have been ongoing at a holy spring, likely and nearly certain, first from the day below, the description of Plato in the Critias of just how the Ancient Ancient Greeks used to live and play, the practice at the shrines of the holy springs he did say,

The soil benefitted from an annual rainfall which did not run to waste off the bare earth as it does today, but was absorbed in large quantities and stored in retentive layers of clay, so that what was drunk down by the higher regions flowed downwards into the valleys and appeared everywhere in a multitude of rivers and springs. And the shrines which still survive at these former springs are proof of the truth of our present account of the country.”

And indeed the practices of the priest class at this holy spring in particular, almost exact, to do with fertility, the crops, water, the sacred oak forest, life and death vis-a-vis mounds one, two and three and the firmament, as we said before, the BAETYL goes places wide and far, read back and see how the firmament could be, could be, could be, could be, could be the machine from where the trench was cleaned and why no soil is to be found on the east bank and why the west wall is covered by the most recent soil at all, why, why, why, oh why, indeed the megalithic water culture of the past, as said by the nineteenth century observers, as though made by titans in fit of ecstasy, this place far more remarkable at continued glance, the first impression however of the author, yours truly, was that the abundance on non-native rock appearing in the waterways on the not quite alluvial beds would have likely been the offering of travelers, who at the holy place would have made offering as such of their most appropriate lithic items, charms, tablets, tools and the river itself once packed to the brim with such things, not so much anymore, but still the offerings before the King the most substantial of all, indeed, MARK FOUR, and the magnetic pole, what of the druids and their practices in the past, where in the cessation of hostilities between warring parties “The king then commanded that each of the representatives of the warring sects should cast his book into the river, so that he in whose volume the letters remained undimmed might be declared the minister of Truth,” however this from the Christian era in Ireland and the druids did refuse the contest as reasons unknown, but the notion therefore that the book, paper or otherwise, should be cast into the river to remained intact before God or for the pagans before, before the gods, whoever they were, or were not, for the King by divine right set forth the practice of best tidal offerings in the language of their choosing, and we recall again the nineteenth century exposition on Onoko, than the rival of Niagara falls in popularity, the national treasure Onoko for these very reasons and the abundance of tablets and artifacts on the grounds to rival any place in Native America, but far better than others because of the history of pilgrimage to the site, MARK FOUR, that is indeed right, and as such we the question of what language the druids of Britain, France and the Celt-Iberic maybe Phoenician, maybe Minoan in their prior form, maybe the Hittite as well more cosmopolitan than prior thought, the Egyptians and their antecedents, the Greeks of all time, the Atlanteans, the very same Native Americans, the red man, the red man of Knossos, see up above, the red man of Egypt, the red man of Sicily and Etruria, tan and reddened by the sun, the women fair-skinned in the upper caste, as they sheltered away, the red man either way, indeed casually the modern era in history, built to fail and not recognize these truths that appear to our eyes. To recap, we have at Onoko an apparaently drudic practice of depositing volumes of literature, on stone in this case, before the King and the holy place, the shrine of the moon, The Temple of the Moon, the Palladia of Monsoon, the other kind, the good kind, and the olympick spirits and the higher powers, for the firmament we are told, something here rather old, that would be HERMES TRISMEGISTUS, here as well, see below, the firmament says hello, Greeks, force majeure, confirmed and then some more,

EIGHT, and the history of the legend of the lady, the apparition of the falls, the figure above on the same grounds, indeed and she who of the falls is said to manifest in the form of a female, of unknown size, and unknown in further detail, we’ve never observed it, and that manifestation apparently on the dot at nine-fifteen or nine-thirty am, est, indeed, obviously, as the sun is rising and likely becomes visible first rising over the ridges to the east and the south, very curious indeed, that there entire concept very druidic, whereby the holy shrine and the font of life, the progenitor of the oak forest as it would be, the King, life and fertility, for the opposite case , the land insulted, just so by having gone fallow, independent of any earthly agency of the ling, was apparently the fault of the king, the priest-king, whose vital energies fail, fail the countryside and the people, and that the priest-king of the jurisdiction would have caused the scenario whereby, “nevermore came damsels out of the springs to comfort the wanderer…Thereafter the springs dried up and the grass withered and the land became waste…This is certainly a myth of a flourishing land which prospered until a sinful king offended its presiding genii.” Indeed, indeed, the apparition of the falls and the druidic interpretation of a good omen after all, good healthy land, the holy spring, holy shrine indeed, that in the case is and associated with the story of the Lenape princess who jumped to her death, a suicide as the story goes, and furthermore the apparition in the druidic context does not have anything to do with the deceased female and whatever paranormal ontology comes forth from that association of haunting, indeed not applicable and probably more to do with the natural energies of the holy shrine and the shrine itself first marked by the female deity, the Artemis of the falls, whose Moon Temple, Moon Temple, Moon Temple, The Temple of the Moon, Moon Temple, has done many things over the years but prosaic apparitions are not to be so casually taken indeed even lightly, the damsels out of the springs, who are you, but females two in effigy, that we mean, sunbeam, likely the rising sun and some form of phenomena like strike the third eye of who, one of two or more, you see the smiling serpent up above, perhaps an eagle or a bird, a holy bird indeed down the way from the General, MARK FOUR, The King of these Falls, whereby the druid priest class would come by to pay and pilgrimage to that very King whose name we repeat and whose name we repeat to hear the power of the name, and we do not believe the cast out spirits of the deceased wander the falls every morning, or indeed at all, or indeed at all, however we do here of “boulders in question were that class of stone which was believed to enshrine the spirit of a dead man,” and that from the mythology of Ireland and how rocks, megalithic rocks indeed, come to be more spiritual than modern man can or does see, except for manifestation out of the rock, as a druid priest might be the most learned of all for knowledge of such a wall, callback to the ancient past and sacred knowledge, indeed impressive nowadays as well. Possibly Ogham below, at right, and the Pocono formation at left,

NINE, Some of the steepest places on the ravine offer language we think, but furthermore strange language, old language, the language, the language we are after maybe on those cliff walls again, indeed the strange glyphs that were found in two-thousand nineteen, possibly hieroglyphic and a system more ancient than we can known, maybe, and furthermore present with an effigy face, classic type, and a carved out cube to go along with, The Wall of the Ancients, and back to the lidar, and the area of the ravine on the west side, west side places of interest marked by red boxes below whereby each of the three main falls have man-made trails, the old trails, running off to the west into the deep thicket, verdure often overgrown at serious trail impediement, this The West Wall, still an oak forest, and those paths maybe more dangerous than meets the eye following from the other side bare and stony in most places, not terribly difficult to pass on foot, again the soil is stripped out of the place but lesser so on the west, alike that side maybe meant for something like the preservation and knowledge, language specifically, and possibly tomb cliffs following from the small caves and dolmens that abound on that side, look for yourself, maybe less recently, strange that, indeed Ooutremer, scary as hell right here, Overland however far more fun, and the air nice and pure and cool, and type threes mostly seem to be all gone, all gone, good vacancy, and other things of higher lesser nature maybe in stasis or gone in full, and furthermore the difficulty of accessing more of those places of west that are slightly passable on foot through the thicket lead to, lead to more places one could explore, but are hard to reach, both above and below, one trail looks to run up by the high up mauch chunk formation, the top layer of the geology that at the big box below appears to form a megalithic rump like maybe pyramidal in shape, we would like to investigate, we have tried before, but we have yet to reach to destination and many involve hop down, hop down, without hop back up, hop back up, dangerous and likely feature of good tomb system, that we do surmise, and furthermore those are the places where the language might be found in situ compared to the more traffic other side, the first find below left, and the second the lidar of the Onoko site itself, as described, as below,

TEN, We review the Potter’s Weekly more thoroughly, from the nineteenth century, on this site first of all, Onoko, and the curious article that contemporaneously was published we see, in google books however, curious that as well, on the ancient languages of the old world and the methods of carving small inscriptions onto pieces of wood, or stone, or clay, thank you very much indeed, the tell that we need, we said before the process is now laboratory intensive and the minuscule characters found can very much play tricks on the eye, furthermore these statements are controversial in the extreme, first, we return to the past,

“The most ancient remains of writing which we have transmitted to us are upon hard substances, such as stone and metal, used by the ancients for edicts and other matters of public interest.”

More curious still is the very next sentence,

“Athotes, or Hermes, is said to have written a history of the Egyptians, and to have been the author of hieroglyphs, in the year 2112 BC.”


“Writing is said to have been taught to the Latins by Europa, daughter of Agenor, king of Phoenicia, 1494 BC.”


“Cadmus, the author of Cadmea, brought the Phoenician letters into Greece, 1493 BC.”

And Next,

“The commandments were written on two tablets of stone in 1491 BC.”


“The Greeks and Romans used wax table books…”


“Probably the earliest letter, of which we have any account, is that containing the command of David to Joab, directing him to place Uriah in the front of the battle.”


“The Spartans sent their secret despatches in time of war on long strips of parchment…wrapped around a staff rolled slantwise, and written lengthwise…carried by a special messenger to the commander, who possessed a similar staff,” that was required to decipher the message, intriguing in the extreme, ancient cryptography,


The practice of scalping unlucky messenger was described by Herodotus, whereby the secret message inscribed on the scalp of the human messenger and upon than message ripped right, ripped right off, the scalp that is, the scalp that is, scalping in ancient Greece and Rome, curious indeed,


They describe permanent marks that first arose on “rude form of hieroglyphical sculpture” and specifically in the Orient and Egypt, more better, they fail to specify the middle east versus the orient, and indeed the Sumerian, Akkadian, Babylonian, and other Cuneiforms are referenced here,


“The Decalogue, we are told in scripture, was written on two tablets of stone with the finger of God.” Who are you, antediluvian American man and woman, far more better in the history than we are today and very many volumes from the nineteenth century, indeed their source material, likely gone, gone, gone away and prized beyond measure any history text from that century or at the turn of the century, likely before the formation of the federal reserve, funny that, and furthermore suffused with the religiosity of maybe more advanced peoples who saw the writing on the wall, and the stones at the fall, many more of them perhaps than our singular Onoko, and commissioned a piece on the phenomena and this writing a pilot study, or reference work for review paper, on these matters and the origins of language, specifically in the ancient near east that is our concern as well for likely the same reasons, carrying along, the next quote is very interesting indeed,

“The ancients made use of sheets of metal – some say copper – spread over with a thin coating of wax. Upon this they wrote with a stylus or sharp pointed metallic instrument.”

Where did this come from, frankly we have no idea, we have no idea, we have no idea, but frankly we believe something of this style to be in play on many of the artifacts in the vicinity of this site and many others, and indeed a highly skilled artisan that would be, literate and in what language though, we do say the linear A and B, and more thoroughly, we call them the peoples of the sea, the Minoan Greeks, the Antique Greeks and their antecedents, and their descendants the Phoenicians,

ELEVEN, Continuing on a similar topic, we travel to Glen Onoko in July eighteen seventy-eight, off we go, antediluvian America, nice to know,


TWO below,

THREE, “the famous Lehigh zinc mines” are no longer accessible due to flooding, and “the deep shafts, the long drifts and the labyrinthine passages are no longer accessible to the indefatigable explorer.” One might explore mines apparently.

“Lechauweki Springs” along the way on the train to Mauch Chunk, and passing by Allentown we read, “There are several romantic Springs near by, much resorted to by strangers, and from Bauer’s Rock, close at hand, one may look down from an elevation of one thousand feet upon the rich and varied landscapes of the Saucon and Lehigh Valleys,

we learn Catasauqua, native name, a town, and a tributary of the Lehigh River indeed means “parched land,” fancy that, all excerpts from page three,

FOUR, “anthracite iron,” first made in Catasauqua, whatever exactly anthracite iron is we will find out, indeed apparently a very important form of iron for the industrial revolution, that and the next town in line, Hokendauqua, we recognize the root Hoken from Lenapehoking and indeed the native meaning of that word is both a creek draining into the Lehigh River and “searching for land,” indeed searching for land in the parched lands, very good indeed, more natural features are commented upon as they pass through the Lehigh Gap in the Blue Ridge physiographic province, indeed the river curs right through, the “Devil’s Pulpit” stands alone on a ridge and must have earned that name, folklore of the North American civilization indeed filled with place names “devil” this and that and maybe if an Iceland would have a local fairie population, but here are come to be the hilltops, the fortress, the formed rocks, the places maybe of possession specters and supernatural entities, at least the locals and the legends do agree, the same phenomena of naming in the boulder flows of the Appalachia and out west, called devil’s this or that, indeed many bald mountains as well, broad and flat tops, thank you much indeed.

The Lehigh Valley Railroad Company, in Packerton keeps seventy-five acres for deer, elk, antelope, trout, presumably for food their six-hundred employees, unless a zoo out there,

The Lehigh Coal and Navigation Company, simple enough,

The Mansion, of Charles F. Schneur, keeps a bazarre and curiosity emporium, with illustrated guide book, “replete with curiosities and information about the region,”

FIVE, Little Guy here the whole time, indeed, more in six,

SIX, “Still the Indian legends linger, Still there names are here impressed, And will remain so forever, While the Lehigh seeks its rest,”

“Mount Pisgah,” indeed, and the switchback railroad,

Hon. Asa Packer, and Judge Leisenring, prominent citizens, Lehigh University founded or benefactor,

SEVEN, tourism and the like then and now, six-hundred sixty-four foot vertical ascent up to Pisgah top via switchback,

“words chiseled on of the highest of the Adirondacks…”

“Schooley’s Mountain, sixty miles distant,”

“Mount Jefferson,” where is that

Summit Hill, most important village of the “Lehigh Mining Region,”

EIGHT, 1791, first discovery of coal by a hunter, Philip Ginther,

Panther Creek Valley, heart of anthracite country,

Panther Creek Gorge, “to Coal Port, north of Mount Pisgah”

Annual production five million tons, and burning coal mine fire of 1832, burning ever since apparently, only forty-six years later then and still, the tunnel had already been carved out, impressive, but where is this coal mines, shades of Centralia, indeed, missing in action,

Lehigh Valley Railroad Company, at this point in time in control of the Glen, did add some wooden walkways that are no longer there whatsoever,

NINE, the “American species of vandalism,” that being graffiti, then non-existent but today not so, that being the fault of spray paint, we do not believe the Lehigh Valley Railroad Made the valley as it is today, not so at all, and the wooden stairs and like planks across the waterflow are exhibited below, again no longer there,

“the presiding genii of the Glen, standing there alone, and in solemn dignity watching over the domain within,” which rock exactly they are referring to is unknown, and indeed we made our connection with the druids and genii of the spring, as stated up above, these folk more well-read and literate too, likely in Latin and Greek as well, very important that,

“Sentinel Rock” it was called, again where and what, not the three “Pulpit Rocks” we believe will named later,

“Whole length of the Glen about one mile and one fourth,” in contrast to the three thousand feet measured on google earth, indeed maybe from the Sentinel Rock, and maybe a different trail back then,

“Hidden Sweet,” and Sentinel Rock may be down below, feminine imagery of mother and child,

TEN, “more pretentious exhibitions further up the Glen,” what could that mean,

“Entrance Cascade and Pool,” first falls or cascade,

“Very ecstasy of a frolic,” indeed covered before,

“Crystal Cascade,” like unknown gender or relation,

“an anthem of unwritten music to the Most High,” indeed, indeed,

“Moss Cascade,” and the “Lovers Bath” indeed these wee baby falls like named, maybe one of them is our unnamed Shepard’s Falls, unnamed Shepard’s Falls, unnamed Shepard’s Falls, here at Moss two large rocks, “many tons in weight,” what about the third that is angled down, indeed the “Pulpit Rocks” three in total, one more like an arrowhead on its side and to the west the other two, standing front and back in perfect alignment vertically, perfect alignment vertically and that mystery may be the magnetic north pole, the vertical magnetic dip pole line versus where they are today, are today, are today, in the recent past indeed the megalithic technology, their make as well not Pocono, not Mauch Chunk, Spechty Kopf, no go, we think are a form of concrete that is not sedimentary, not sedimentary indeed and curious graffiti, thought first maybe to be some arrogance of industrial design, not likely at all, not likely at all, first, the unnamed Shepard’s Falls, maybe Moss Cascade, maybe not, either way from the perspective all time you may see a lamb, a goat and a female effigy, maybe said, yes indeed, our lady of the falls, as we recall, once a statue there, or an effigy of a fourth figure, the woman to be, where did she go, our lady of the falls, below, a dimension apart from our own,

ELEVEN, maybe three total, two plus one, sentinel and pulpit equal three, very close together, however,

“The Spectre Cascade,” which curious indeed, we womder again if this our unnamed Shepard’s Falls, who the author here further describes the spectre of a “woman encircled by a flowing white shroud,” perhaps an effigy face we missed, indeed, possibly,

“matchless handiwork of the Great Creator witnessed on either hand” and that in reference the first two large falls of the main three, called such and such in the past, here called Chameleon and Onoko, we do wonder exactly what aspect of the Creation our author, on either hand, would like us focus on,

TWELVE, the Chameleon falls called as such due to the “changing form when viewed from different points” indeed MARK FOUR not that this falls but of the same character to be changed by changing position, there may be more than one effigy of a serpent, effigy of a serpent be down the way on the west wall, and indeed at the fall, this one we first thought might be where the apparition would appear, indeed we are right here,

“fairy-like proportions”

“local historian whose researches for Indian lore have been prosecuted for many years, and with remarkable success…The story is told with peculiar distinctness, in Hiawathian measure, and explains as fully as may be, the wonderful mixing up of things in the Glen was brought about. There was a time, before the light of science had penetrated the gloom of the mysterious, when the early settlers of Mauch Chunk believed that the spirits of Onoko and Wenonah continued to haunt the spot of their early love and dismal fate; and thought when the storm raged that Manitou was reenacting his tragedy of revenge and vengeance.” Indeed a new telling, and Wenonah exactly, is who, the bride as we will see below,

THIRTEEN, “The Lake of Aquaclara” deep out of the primeval forest, indeed the Celtic-Druidic resonance comes again, especially in the parched place out of the Blue, more interesting than before the legend of Onoko and Princess Wenonah different than understood previously, or a second telling, where two, male and female, are enjoying the waters of Aquaclara, indeed when something called “Mitche Manitou, the fearful” that is further described as “Towering as the Great Bear Mountain,” indeed rods of the earth, rods of the earth, rods of the earth long, as HERMES is above, indeed, “Thunder from his dark brow crashing, With his great right hand uplifted, Covered with the magic mitten…Cleft the hill from crest to surbase, Left a wide and yawning chasm, Through which rushed in waves tumultuous,” indeed the soil-less ravine now has a myth of how it got that way, and furthermore the appearance of the ravine from beyond and above the trees has maybe recollected the bosom of a female, as seen below, the very place smitten by the right hand of the Mitche Manitou, the Lenape here would be, asked what is Mitche exactly about, to which refer to the druids and their cosmology, to which we say Zeus came down and did the act as before, a flood myth as well, from the glacial history even more interesting than could be,

“Sunrise Point” indeed the point of lookout and see the rising sun at nine-fifteen am, or nine thirty, we will have to see indeed, and that point likely nearby to the King, where at his pedestal, the author remarks the passerby is transfixed on the ground and at the Falls, indeed why would that be, this where our shrine is having a good time, hidden in the wall and remarks, missed by nearly all, what a time, what a time indeed they must be having,

“where the eye has fully feasted on a landscape that cannot be surpassed, if equaled, in this country,” that is the truth, and not disappointing at all, the uniqueness of the place remarkably more unique day after day, on to the Cave Falls, why calls, because there in the rock, carved by whom we asked once,

FOURTEEN, again note the rustic staircase, once thought to be the actual megalithic stone staircase, is something different and has been torn long ago, or washed away, for the better,

In regards to the cave, we read it is “very comfortable protection if caught in the mountain during a storm,” indeed the storms here are very unique, forms here, mitche manitou, Little Guy beats you, and indeed from the cave, the best place to behave,

The Normal School of Philadelphia pays a visits and writes poem, Little Guy takes credit for all poetic works, prose as well, associated with the falls and its trappings and all that, this included, no joke, Wee Bee as well gets a credit, you big fat idiots, you hippopotamus, you idiot, let’s go, get inside the cave before you get struck by lightning, already been banished from new jersey, thank you much,

FIFTEEN, “watched o’er by the eternal eye,” that would be the Little Guy, the great fish in the sky, dee dee dee dee, dee dee dee,

SIXTEEN, and here is where we say goodbye, who doo doo doo, do do do,