THE 34TH DAY T MINUS ONE TWO THREE TEN: THE EFFIGY FACE CULTURE AND THE MYSTERY OF RACES COME AND GONE AND TRACES GOING STRONG

ONE, The Smithsonian and its venerable history, looking for data from the common folk indeed, indeed the history of the United States here we trace back to the nineteenth century, yet again, this time on the trail of the effigy makers, of the effigy makers following from Onoko yet again, from Onoko yet again, yet again, yet again, the wealth of that site hard to fathom, hard to fathom how much came from no less than four, four effigy faces of one kind and the next, and more of the serpent variety likely on the grounds, avian as well, we do respectfully, respectfully submit to thee, thee Mr. Smithsonian, evidence of an effigy making culture far and wide in the northeastern United States, and beyond, most likely, to be found in due time, we wonder how many volumes will be produced from the following survey of the literate peoples of the United States, as below, most curious indeed, Excerpted from Potter’s American Monthly, Volumes X and XI, 1878, pp. 477, published in the centennial city of Philadelphia,

TWO, In the light of the Mound Builders and how they were viewed as an extinct, prehistoric race of extraordinary men, we come to the same conclusion in the present day about the effigy makers of North America, too old to account for, and too many examples to study systematically, indeed like the mounds we are left to whatever reasonable words are in bounds, and yet not much on the effigy makers despite our features here on BAETYL and the Onoko falls, many times indeed in sequence, where on those unique grounds we have luck to speak of mound builders and effigy makers in the same sentence, here first from the Potter’s American Monthly, Volumes XIV, No. 97, 1880, pp. 76, th antediluvian America and its literary customs, this is a periodical magazine maybe best understood as the outgrowth of the literature of the University and College culture of the eastern United States, that heavily imbued with the classics and a love for antiquity that does especially include the nascent United States and its Schleimanns to be, the Troys out there and such, this is a big part, as below and off we go,

THREE, We begin from Portland, Maine and venture all the way up to the Old Man on the Mountain in New Hampshire, at the Franconia Notch, the symbolic representation of the state is indeed an effigy face of the classic North American, native America, that is the effigy face we see as well at Onoko, the first representation in the drawing of Potter’s American Monthly, the whole magazine issue linked here, and the whole piece on the journey to the wild, written in the quintessential nineteenth century grandiloquence, here we are, as below, who are you mystery maker of the cloud machine,

FOUR, The actual Old Man on the Mountain before collapse in two-thousand three, most tragically, public domain image from the wikipedia article on the topic, the most majestic of them all, and a natural feature after all, that being there before the colonial era and encountered upon, as below, goodbye indeed, the photograph that we need,

FIVE, Effigies like this are more interesting, are more interesting than you think, dear reader, because they occur with frequency, and have a repeated form, repeated form, mostly, that we do observe and see in the Old Man on the Mountain at his forehead first of all, the wide brim of a cap or helmet, we do like the helmet feature rather than the colonial cap, cap as it may slightly appear, it is more, more of a helmet we believe and we do perceive the things are more ancient than thought before, and even this one is likely carved after the end of the last ice age, the end of the Pleistocene when the vicinity of Franconia, New Hampshire became cleared of ice, and like Onoko, the explorers of the new world came and left their mark, and we read that the face above was best viewed looking from the north to the south, the north-south line, indeed again that alignment like our mounds at Onoko significant for the mound building megalithic culture of the past, if any alignment at all possible from a mound, repeat, must be in the or its irregularity in its ellipsoid wall whereby one notch north and south align directly to the cardinal points, enough on that, back to our faces, here in point three two following from we will present the litany that we have found, even the possibles here, with location of where as best we can describe and with any other pertinent information as best we can provide, the more curious parties may contact the author and discoverer at Hadrian118@protonmail.ch, all queries will be read in due time, thank you much and off we go,

SIX, the best of them all, indeed, with tool mark, tool marks in the extreme and present verified, the hand of man or something greater, firmament machine, or tool and ladder, at a height far, far more difficult to do than any sculpture, which be accessed by ladder and scaffold freely by the artisan, these two effigy faces are at the Onoko site and are viewer contingent, position based, and big, bad and scary as hell to the first time observer, every day, every day until we’ve reached the limit of things to say, note the mandible and forehead regions, helmeted indeed and the third-eye blaze of glory Indian in form and Egyptian in type, indeed the most unique Uraeus of the Rishi, from before and after the flood, best fit, see the archive for more, the wall of all time with more to be seen than the foreground below, the first in our effigy face series, two and more, the smiling eagle, and the Akkadian, note the tool marks all about each of the sculptures, the definitive proof that these are man-made and nothing more, nothing less, at the very least the craft of advanced artisan and sculptor, or a whole gang of them, indeed, below, look close and then follow the flow of the wall, the flow of the wall, the flow of the falls right here, irregular and cheer, there are no less than three or four myths about this wall, and the Native America we report to Smithsonian may be too weird to handle, that is, too intense and too real, too many mounds on the grounds to ignore the craftsmanship of what may be below, this place already, already, already dug out and one of the few places the where the underlying strata of rock may be exposed to open air and walked among by the contemporary man, a place once described as an underground complex cut through, indeed a flood myth for these very ground and this very waterfall, one of the three to seven primary falls on the site, however many exactly in number to be counted as soon as possible, the Underworld and the Ooutremer, the Middleworld at Uxmal, the Overworld of living, and mythology standing tall, true fact, there are three realms of the living and the dead, the last, the last, the last one of three forgotten by mythology, the oout, the outer land, beyond the under and the sand, they all want to say it again in a better way, the mountain of the BAETYL, the mountain of all time, the mountain cut out of its covering layer of glacial till and beware the cliffs are steep and the death does weep, weep, the weeping effigy of the unnamed Shepard’s falls, the capital region of a culture’s long lost history, the Atlantis of the hunter-gatherer that we see, the Natives of the recent past and the legend of the fall, how many times shall we say, megalithic irrigation, water as its way guided by titans so thought American man in the nineteenth century, an irrigation project of falls and dams along a meandering course not random at all but a tributary it became dug out from Broad Mountain at the swamp or marsh we believe, to make this place real deal work of art in more ways than we see below, the lensatic eye has much more work to do and better yet not seen some things that they do, do not beware to Oak and the stare of what it is but the demons of the woods and their favor in the ooutremer where the veil is thin from the borderland the enemy so recently lost down below one-thousand layers of hell, to MARK FOUR and PALLADIA, indeed of the MOON, here our Temple of the Moon, ARTEMIS on the wall very close by, in a different type of effigy, more classically formed and seen in what we call the brachycephalic head form, Minoan-Greek, indeed, Antique Greek and ancient as all get out, we do wonder if these falls themselves had to be dug out of the soil that covered them, like the lidar we discussed this unique place on the earth, and as above in regard to the soils, gone here alone, the rest of the Lehigh Gorge and Valley remains intact, however we are told there are approximately ninety-four or ninety-five square miles of terrain in this vicinity where the Pocono Lower Mississippian formation is visible above the surface and furthermore there “dominantly gray, crossbedded, quartzitic sandstone, with thick conglomerate intervals,” and “a few thin lenticular gray or greenish-gray shale intervals,” as per the literature put forth by the State of Pennsylvania on these very grounds in particular, and those rocks maybe applicable to what we see, maybe not, lenticular gray is all we have to say, and streaks of red, Spechty Kopf may be thrust up right here alone, the bands of red copper-uranium and maybe iron bearing, first thought the latter, indeed who would not think such a thing in the region of anthracite that in light of pig-iron, pig-iron is iron that comes right out of anthracite coal, indeed one of the early advantages of that coal the better part of the industrial revolution sprang forth from right here in this abandoned place, the native legends brought to us from a compiler of those tales, and that original work unknown at present time, where exactly except for Potter’s American Monthly, unknown, and that place indeed, the grounds below, associated with a body of literature thereof than cannot exactly be located at the present time, indeed down below, see again and do show some respect for the falls of all time, and their calls, thank you very much indeed, thank you very much indeedaah, indeed, indeedaah, indeed, the most closely resembling form of the below is India we do believe, of no known school and more to the point, the Brahma of yesterday the Brahma of right here in the second effigy, the female, Hindoo, likely most approximately, and the form of divinity, the Aryan General, why we called from the Go, now to India and see how many waterfalls have the legend of the woman who hath died, jumped in suicide, in tale of lovers young and spited, one love unrequited, here in the one myth, some feet away, the princess Onoko, Pocono backwards indeed, that a tell, maybe, maybe not, that princess would have died feet away from the General, here at this place that in nearly all of the tellings of the myths has a haunting or apparition localized to this place, the Plate of Cleopatra, yes indeed, why its called that long ago, a little guy that we know came from here, the Wand of Akhenaten, Thresher Run, thresher sea, the USS Thresher, and when Maine came for me, the legends of the place hereupon do grow, in coherence, getting better, the power is real, the glory of all time in the sacred rhyme, see, that’s what we’re talking about, who else is in the vicinity, see TWO please

SEVEN, the blaze of glory of the third-eye, third-eye of the Ba of the Aryan, the Rishi at third-eye, and the alternate version of history, history of Alexander the Great and India, the Rishis the Seven Sages, that or more, who harbored knowledge from before the flood, before the flood, sacred knowledge, like we see right here in skill, one, two, three, four, how many effigy faces and then more, very many here, angles and light, and bigger ones that we fear, we fear that we missed, smaller ones too, like a Mayan pattern of tool work, but not exactly Mayan, mesoamerica, we wonder if you were here as well, Holy Spring, holy hell, iron, copper, and gold, can you hear the sound of cold, indeed, indeed,

EIGHT, Maybe not exactly little guy, but another form of a happy, smiling, giggling, idiot face idiot of the woods of all time, lightning and fire are here, the druids and ogam, or ogham, let us be very clear, diffusionism is in forevermore, because this is hard evidence of something rather pure, if here they are all no way recent hoaxes, the only place would be here in such abundance and character, why not elsewhere, indeed we don’t care really for that argument at all, prove it, like prove it, prove it, prove it, versus proven and tool mark, tool mark extraordinaire, here we find a tablet taken from, the twin sister perhaps of a druidic incantation, or something like a warn or hide in the cave does reside safety place if come upon the firmament and the storm, something very Celtic, very Druidic, very much megalithic in the extreme, and again, right down the road from the Aryan General, the Eagle, the Akkadian, the Rishi, She, the Hindoo Divinity, unknown, maybe named in the classic history of that religion, but again from even the brief history of India that we have seen, looks different and of the Atlantic Culture in the same Egypt is to the Uraeus here, something of its own kind, just like below the Brahama and the Druid, the priest-king and the holy fluid, Aquaclear, there once was a lake near, apparently, steadily, what is seen below is an effigy,

NINE, Turning back to the west and unto, looking to the south, something, something coming this way, out of the ordinary in the extreme, but we again ask for the effigy to reproduced by the camera on a, another day, another day, where first we look for the tool-marks, and there they are, yes indeed, and then we see chin formation, Egyptian as hell, mouth, lips, nose, eyes, the form of all time, like an Akhenaten in the sky on The West Wall, just in time for one morning there at nine-fifteen am est, we got these guys instead and apparitions they would be in the extreme, still there, and conditional on position, the most vexing imposition, of class of a literature like nary to be found, except here, and that is real, if you find anything on these types of faces please let us know, yes indeed, email above, point TWO, here again, down below, the site Onoko,

TEN, Last one from Onoko, the Sety we called Seti two or three times and remarkably, remarkably, remarkably, in the vicinity, all of these three, feet away, and this third here with the rough or maybe not so rough form of a Uraeus, Uraeus, Uraeus, to the east draws the energy, the energy, energy, of Egypt, we like to think we may be, maybe, maybe, may be a true form once upon a time, the forehead being the tell, the Uraeus is the cobra third-eye, two such forms, alike, and in storms, that one down below,

ELEVEN, We return to new jersey, new jersey, at another waterfall that once was and is no longer at the present time, why, because the flow of water hath been deliberately occluded, and there at the stony creek, or stony run, or whatever it actually is, it is draining to the Millstone River, and is likely a tributary of that river, that we furthermore find on the grounds a classic Old Man on the Mountain, Old Man and the Sea, Old Man and the Mountain, an effigy face thankfully not defaced until after these first pictures were taken,

This piece of lithic art is like a sphinx itself, sphinx itself, and the piece rock is either diabase or argillite, likely the latter because of its location in the vicinity of Princeton, New Jersey where the lightly, lightly spread bands of argillite in the state can be found in their main concentration and that is also among the diabase intrusions of Piedmont Plateau, that type of rock, the diabase, eight on the mohs scale, diamond a ten, igneous, from a volcano that it, and argillite is a likely volcanic mudstone that is curious in the name to may be silver-bearing, ever so slightly, gold and silver are known to have been mined from the diabase intrusion of Rocky Hill right down the road, and this is the Turkey Swamp Site companion, in the little known, little known, little known, little known waterfall of the Princeton backwoods that is presently occupied by a very nasty domicile that with ancillary structures and apparent plumbing hath blocked that water flow most deliberately and the likely place of Sacred Refuge of the effigy face culture stolen long ago, and of course of all places we were once told the likely place of infamy and known to be at least recently in the custody of a known real estate agent, formerly the agency of Princeton University, of all places one that should know better, know better than to desecrate natural wonders and at that, the prized places of Native America, as recently as now, ongoing, indeed very real, very nasty motherfuckers who do such things, indeed rockefeller territory in the houses behind, funny name that, indeed this effigy face sphinx was spray painted shortly after exhibition on BAETYL about more than two years ago, and indeed that place with another interesting feature on the grounds that approximates a megalithic pyramid, small one, and inexactly, but with an apex and at that, at that location of the apex a ceremonial platform, an altar of all time, surrounded by a small stone circle, and with the hilltop fortress like character of many places of antiquity in North America, and geology not terribly different from the anthracite upland region of Pennsylvania, indeed the dry waterfall here in new jersey, in new jersey not known to be a waterfall on any guide, has a megalithic dolmen chamber, dolmen chamber right on the grounds and has one more or additional chambers, maybe three to four in actuality, carved out from the argillite, indeed argillite here, that appear to be chambers of that hilltop fortress from antiquity of not of any recent excavation and remodeling, which at one other place did indeed occur, very modern concrete the tell, also the sounds of hell, indeed thank you much princeton, fucking scumbags of all time, that would be the university and the people, new jersey again cannot do anything decent, the story of BAETYL and this very site, our interest therein, some form of catalyst for the picketters charge, many spellings, all the same, the state and ruins do not mix, case indeed closed in full, more on that site to follow, maybe,

TWELVE, We take a trip to Luke’s Falls, right around the corner from Onoko, a series of photographs below,

ONE, Mauch Chunk Formation, Upper Mississippian, “interbedded sandstone, siltstone and mudstone, with some thick conglomerate, especially in the lower parts, typically grayish red, but containing some gray and greenish-gray sandstones and conglomerates,” calcereous sandstone about two-hundred feet above base level, one-thousand feet thick, we don’t think we’re going to have the Pocono formation exposed here, but maybe we will find something interesting instead, soft bed of hard to dig through soil, the vicinity of that Falls below, no trail here,

TWO, water flow is slight, and we walk right up it,

THREE, at Onoko, one side, left side here iat east, would be free of soil and natural stone trail would lead us up, here not so, many natural furrows in the dirt made by the greenish-gray, gray and rarely if ever reddish-gray white sandstone quartz of the Mauch Chunk Formation,

FOUR, the intervals of sandstone, siltstone and/or mudstone of the Mauch Chunk Formation, top level, maybe conglomerates as well deeper below, do provide a nice place for tool marks and carvings to be apprehended, if they are there, maybe they are not, be the judge below,

FIVE, the block of all time, white sandstone quartz, Mauch Chunk Formation indeed, with tool marks on the back, what is up with that,

SIX, further up Luke’s Falls we find the most curious standing stone,

SEVEN, the traces of human footprints, habitation and marks on stone, and thereby the falls, are found here and there, in these falls pretty much running over rough dirt of the likely Hazelton-Drifton Association, soil type that is, the top layer, the most recent layer, and just like Onoko, the most proximal layer to these falls, very good for drainage slowly and unlike the base layers not at elevation, this fall very small and more than just what is seen from the walkway or dirt path with a little bridge and sign, “Luke’s Falls,” very pathetic actually, and likely goes some ways higher, but the rough trek, and bifurcation, as we recall, did make us cease about the junction of the second path of water and maybe some sort of mound, natural or otherwise unknown, on the east side going down we did see the following maybe unfinished effigy face, maybe too old or too rough to really care for at all,

EIGHT, or maybe that is true pareidolia, the seeing of faces and all, but tool marks and handiwork leave their trace, without a doubt, and this little Falls has many secrets to reveal and to hide, more hidden at this time, and the very much larger Buttermilk Falls right up the way, the same Lehigh River just feet away, more on that to come, furthermore below we see evidence or more advanced stonework, what could it be, a bowl, a juncture, or a joint in a facet of a megalithic work,

THIRTEEN, that reminds us of Onoko and some of the other tooled pieces of stone in the vicinity and on the grounds, the most refined of all, most refined of all, at least top three, here is Artemis in effigy,

ONE, more from Onoko in photograph series below, one and TWO, The West Wall from the first terminus, terminus on one level, indeed, tool marks all over the place, carved out of rock a long time ago, steep drop to the left, watch out, from the year below, day of discovery and where we go, where we go, more effigy faces along the way,

TWO, darkness made light, end of road here, maybe hop a cliff up, but the Wall of the Ancients along the way,

THREE, the aforesaid Wall of the Ancients, possible glyphs following from the blaze of glory, see above, and do look top right and see the general form of the Man on the Mountain effigy, indeed what we call the classic North American effigy face,

FOUR, indeed carved out, strangeness to these glyphs or patterns beyond comprehension, but not so the cube and the effigy, another maybe very likely series of very old effigies in the vicinity, pareidolia very probably not at all, too much, too much all in one place, the place of myth and legend at that, one more classic from the main falls itself, looking from the opposite side, just maybe one perspective, and the tool marks of all time,