THE 35TH DAY T MINUS ONE FIFTEEN: NOTES ON ONE OF THE EFFIGY FACES ON THE ONOKO FALLS

One, the effigy face in question, measuring about a cubit, eighteen inches, or more in vertical dimension and this upon the face of a waterfall that does pose many difficulties in comprehending how an artisan would reach this point which about ten to fifteen feet off the slick ground which is itself rocky, irregularly positioned and formed on staircase-esque feature running right parallel to the main course of approximately ninety-three feet of falling water, as below,

Two, the effigy faces of Minoan females, likely traced from an edifice feature and excerpted from text on Santorini lacking ISBN number, below the classic faces of Mediterranean females,

Three, the effigy face a Mycenaean woman, Public domain from wikipedia, very similar to above, down below,

Four, The fifth century B.C. effigy face of a classical Greek rendition of Apollo from the cover of Delphi, B.C. Petracos, ninety seventy-one, Hesperus Editions, allegedly one of the best artists of the time did the kylix below,

Five, the effigy faces of Etruria, excerpted from The Etruscans, M. Pallottino, nineteen fifty-five, Penguin Books edition, plate twenty-three, tomb paintings with boy and girl at left-gaze with effigy face characteristic of Etruscan style, probably fifth to seventh century B.C.,

Six, the face of a Phoenician woman as per the cover of eponymous below,

Seven, Egyptian depictions of faces in effigy, this text likely a magical incantation from The Book of the Dead, courtesy Penn Museum exhibit circa two-thousand fifteen, and the figure at far right close enough to the form of classical Mediterranean effigy seen herein and above that is of course for reference to the lady of the falls, down below papyrus of forgotten age,

Eight, the effigy faces of Native America, one South America, Mayan, from The Blood of Kings: Dynasty and Ritual in Maya Art, the classic mesoamerican profiles below,

Nine, the effigy faces of Native America, two, North America, unknown, New Jersey, piedmont plateau, Appalachian Mountains, copyright the author, classic type of Man on the Mountain New Hampshire state quarter effigy face that is indeed iconic all throughout the lithic places where Native Americans did inhabit, diabase or argillite, down below,

Ten, the location of the original effigy face in question deep in the woods of Pennsylvania, USA, indeed below mornings as they go, most curious this very waterfall has the legend of a woman appearing out of the mists each morning at nine-fifteen or nine-thirty am, depending on text a or b, and that effigy face in exact place of the apparition to be and itself is spectral, spectral for this part of the world, perhaps an Artemis representation for a or the Temple of the Moon, down below the falls at far left middle of the panorama of the early morning cloud dance,

THE 35TH DAY T MINUS ONE THIRTEEN: ASHLAR MASONRY AND THE TOMBS OF MYCENAE

ARCHAIC STATES, pp. fifty-three, KV Flannery, THE GROUND PLANS OF ARCHAIC STATES

“Each tomb consists of a conically roofed circular chamber or tholos, up to 13.7 m high and 14.9 m in diameter, done in ashlar masonry (a construction style shared with the Inka). This chamber, deeply buried in a hillside and marked with an artificial mound of earth, was reached by a corridor or dromos up to 40 m long, also dug into the hill slope. The entrance to the chamber was a monumental doorway up to 5.5 m high, closed with bronze doors. After burial had taken place, the mouth of the dromos was blocked with a stone wall (Taylour 1983: 65-81).”

Concerning ashlar masonry, we find the central chamber of our Glen Onoko mounds to be finely ashlar, regular block size and refined technique for smooth finish in contrast to piles of rock thrown on top, see below,

Where is this chamber, mystery location that found by author and not revealed, not revealed, not revealed here the feature so named chamber three in mound again location withheld at the overall Native American mound complex described here in this post start to dive back, and the associated mound with chamber three above not traditionally Mycenae, as seen in the text above, however the Danish burial chambers and mounds are not quite the same either, and neither are the Algonquin Indian burial chambers along the Delaware River not too far away, not exactly close, and do note the Indian burials in proximity to copper mines, so named, and found here above multiple similar chambers in proximity to anthracite coal mines and probably, definitely many more mineral deposits and associated mines that do likely include copper, repeat Pennsylvania is the location of withheld exact position photograph exhibition above.

The reference to Delaware Indian does indeed include Lenape, and we are not sure if there is any history of Lenape remains having been found in these chambers and the depth of which does belie substantial sub-surface chambers yet to be found and the style of Mycenae for reference for reason the woman of the falls posted yesterday, see below for diffusionist gold,

Not quite ashlar masonry in the text that we see, FINDING LOST AMERICA, fair use, thank you much