One, chamber three, stumbled upon, like whoa, forty inches deep or so far and oriented to the cardinal points, the passage much discussed hereupon, seen below again, clockwise start top left, west short face, south long, east short, north long, very eerie find in the middle of the woods on the hill or mountainside of the Pisgah Slope which does hide chambers of burial, and found not off a modern trail but rather natural path with archaic stone marks thereabout leading the way up to what is seen below,

Two, what we have found here are Native American burial mounds and their open chambers, and three, three to date we have seen and maybe we have found two or three more mounds that have likely central openings of the same style and likely chambers below, except the new mounds have horizontal openings to be seen rather than vertical shafts, and indeed they are dolmen bearing, south facing open cavities that are occluded by rock and earth, see below,

Three, many, many dolmens of the kind to be found on site of the Glen Onoko Run, but we are focusing on the mound complexes and the characteristic north-south mound-structures bearing chambers that are present, above exhibited the chamber cavity of a dolmen bearing mound which likely has a horizontal shaft cuts right through to the hillside either to the meet the still occluded vertical chamber shaft or the central feature of these mounds whereby burial chambers are presumed likely certain to be found or to have been found, and these again are adjacent to the series of terraced mounds already described hereupon and seen again from lower point in the panorama below,

Four, considering the possibility of near eastern influence on the complex, we wonder if the central chamber of the circular feature below is this a sacrificial pit, and if so does this stone ruin help identify a or the culture that built the mounds and other megalithic works here in form we see which may be later in time towards the present by very minuscule degrees of woodland native American modification, mostly upon the trails and their marks, and furthermore the mound complex is adjacent to rather profound features including the waterways, earthworks, series of waterfalls, first called Moore’s Ravine, then later Glen Onoko, now called the same, and that now closed to the public officially by decree most presumably because the dam structures along the waterway are too fragile to support consuming human traffic, and also in play with the other obscured motives of Harrisburg, see the archive for more. Below a feature of the mound complex that would presumably be the central convocation point and likely sacrificial pit, if applicable, of who and what was being sacrificed we would like to know, it is old and big, tree growth inside and present on the lithic walkway before the terraced mounds shortly beyond and opposite near to the downslope before the train tracks of the since defunct line that it only now used for tourist purpose, and furthermore one the first features apart from mounds and indicating megalithic builders here long ago,

Five, this is anthracite coal country and we ponder if ancient peoples used that same type of coal as well, we suspect they did in some cases as surface bits may be picked up in the present day and thrown in the fire, indeed, the gift of warming fire, furthermore, the terraced mound complex is unlike many of other native American rocky mounds, still earthwork in parts more recently found, overall more like the old world megaliths of Ireland, United Kingdom or France. The south facing dolmen entrance is seen again down below with hillside in pano for exhibition three levels or so that belie the depth of the likely burials chamber beyond the horizontal and embedded in the mountainside that upon excavation would likely reveal multiple levels and hard to access sub-chambers of megalithic quality that should mapped with ground penetrating radar first, and in light of the major work of industry that alone would be among the rocks and packed earth, heavy lifting probably out of the question. Academic literature probably out of the question unless sole focus on the chambers themselves and the Delaware Indians, probably beyond and indeed we might find Indian burials here all the same, all the same we do not care for reasons to hesitate, there are chambers of burials and mysteries very big, very big, and these dolmens cut right through the hillside like the chambers otherwise, the opening below measuring about eighteen inches or so,

Six, looking nearly exactly south down from the dolmen itself in the direction of the possibly sacrificial pit,

Seven, the burial vault likely is buried within many years of earth and rock and in the way maybe false chambers and ways of leading off, down below, the side of mound cut through don’t you know,

Eight, moving back to chamber three, how we found it and how it is found for repeatability, down below. First, the observation that our chambers one through three are oriented to the cardinal points, long axes north and south, short east and west, and within such structures oriented north and south overall in two primary features, the walls abutting the chamber in overall ellipsoid form with central walkway appear to be natural formation or latter day native American path. The south oriented wall aspect points down the hill slope and does correspond to one of the two primary lithic features that is present in each individual mound complex, which is to say there is a north and a south wall, together joined as ellipsoid-circular, and upon each wall is a specific rocky feature marking the exact south or north point, in between the two ellipsoid walls is where exactly level ground is found and where in no less than two and then a third location, the central chamber, as aforesaid, and all appearing exactly equal in size, length and width at this time alone, and furthermore they are at the likely top of a terraced complex some substantial vertical distance above the earlier terraces, and first chamber on the order of about fifty feet above level prime we think is a good number to start with, chamber two maybe more, and chamber three, three or four tiers into the hillside and about seventy-five to one-hundred twenty-give feet above the first terrace, and how we found that structure as follows here and below, first, taking a walk east to west along the red trail connector at the bottom of the mountain between bottom the mounds themselves and the walkway to the waterfall, look for the natural boulders marking the both modern and archaic trails along the way, as below and in line with the south tips following north,

Nine, considering the south-north orientation, we look down the hill, at left, and consider the alignment of this boulder to the most recently known south face of a mound, draw a line, and look up that line, indeed turn north and see the lithic outcrop of something that might just look passable, natural, indeed, still the top of a terraced mound structure we surmise, we surmise bizarre in the extreme to encounter chambers as such out of the wilderness as though excavated before, like prior explored by recent man, but not that far, and again on the way to chamber three appears to be like an old trail of the Lenape,

Ten, cautious of snakes we proceed to follow the rather well cut path, unmarked repeat, and not on any map, except for the archaic rocky trail marks along the way, in ascent to the top of terraced mound number three, which was described in the bottom of this post, is traced back here for consideration of how anybody at all could find, bury, make, dig out, excavate or study such a feature not terribly difficult to arrive upon but again on a secluded hill slope; substantially difficult to maneuver any heavy machinery, one, and two, hard to fathom any sight or archaeological excavation digging out the chamber to full depth as yet unknown, as yet unknown depth that at present meets a dirt, leaf, debris floor that is nearly certain to be not the very bottom and requiring core sample for that determination, perhaps, and indeed that machine not getting up there, probably, and so done by hand would must be with the help of electricity and the slightest machinery possibly already done, this chamber open and most clear unlike the preceding two which are both more publicly accessible and more occluded by debris, the further gorge and valley downriver awaits more exploration and possible discovery of more formations like this indeed, there could be many hundreds in place or no more at all, like said before, the spaces and complex immediately adjacent to the waterfalls to appear to be plausibly necropolis style formations, and in light the sacred grove and effigies upon the waterfall itself, we do foresee many unexpected discovery to continue, especially on the unmarked natural paths in line of sight boulders and rock of similar form, like with small cache of jasper, probably Lenape, on the ground marking the trail, and other types of rock as well, all clearly denoting the old ways of going about here and there, many leading off as far as no one knows, and some terminating in megalithic hillside to nothing further we think, anyway we proceed north up the hill,

Eleven, again, we see rough rock outcrop that does not look like much, still the feature presumed terrace-top of mound, burial chamber awaits, and taken along already formed natural path, other words, old native American path, where rocks both mark trail and leak out of the mound, some may call them deer paths, indeed below a megalithic formation confirmed in what follows,

Twelve, stepping up on the rocks seen above, we observe larger stones on the back inner face of the mound’s north ellipsoid wall, far better formed than the south aspect which is nearly rectilinear in this case, and that so not considered until the revelation of the cleaner north wall and the observation of the chamber,

Thirteen, revelation of the chamber, stepping over the lithic outcrop to find, something too perfectly constructed and too much of it visible to ignore, the presumption of more chambers in the slope of the mountain, await further exploration of chamber quest one and two in the mountainside next in line,

Fourteen, the formation of these mounds has more rocky down below and as such overall presumed to be of the more rocky formation than earthwork, however the north ellipsoid wall is of the kind seen below at each chamber on the north side and is however more earth and stone than naked stone and that is true of more features that are found here than are not, which is to say, there are more earth and stone ellipsoid walls than there see purely rocky ellipsoid walls, however the latter are more impressive and more obvious to the eye. Below is the north wall of the chamber three mound complex, earth and stone, and we find a natural trail leading out to the west and presumably to the north, but instead of following this time we proceed back down to the main foot of the complex that still holds back further chambers but does reveal more mounds, more north-south wall structures, some two or three aspects of level ground that if possible may reveal more vertical chamber-shafts, and lastly some two or three dolmen features in side of terraced mound complex that have previously been unremarked upon in lieu of exposed chambers, furthermore we may find dolmens in each of the terraced mounds and corresponding horizontal shafts indeed as well as the vertical chamber-shafts that have been discussed at length, publicly available lidar might indicate such features. Here below the archaic path and earthwork style feature on chamber three mound, off the beaten trail,

Fifteen, below, the south orientation point of the chamber three mound south rectilinear wall, which is a roughly right-angled pile of megalithic rock that at right outcrop in photograph below corresponds to magnetic south, indeed that is to say it is precisely pointing one-hundred and eighty degrees to the south, the fixed point below,

Sixteen, looking at the hill slope up to chamber three we do see an elevated bit of earth marked coincidentally by a large flat megalith that does appear to be on top of another natural trail and furthermore upon an elevation of earth running north to south right towards the third chamber above and the terraced mounds below. Perhaps there is an ascending passageway that is uncovered by this bulge and correspond the horizontal passageway in aspect earlier uncovered by the dolmen to the west and with the repeated form of each mound indeed like that of its neighbor, but different in overall, indeed three, three, three, three major mounds like the pyramids would be, like the three main megaliths at the falls we do see, and the three main waterfalls, megalithic trinity, thank you very much, rock mark below,

Seventeen, below, more south face mound walls aspects and large dolmens that follow from. Large dolmens are rare for this region and site and we are nearby to the main south entrance of the waterfalls and indeed this would be prime burial space most proximal to the path of all souls who traverse the complex. That south aligned tip of a mound wall is seen at far right below, is marked by a large boulder and surrounded by tree growth, the size of the stone building units can be seen and is about the same as the other mounds of the complex, furthermore here we are also seeing mound wall at left which marks a trench leading up to the dolmen that about level with the chamber two level, off frame right, and is conceivable to be the next level of the mound terraces which in this case is the lower level of the very megalithic, very rocky, hillside that may or may not have more chambers, none were found on two attempts to scale the unmarked and slightly marked hillside, and furthermore any chambers may be deep under rock and earth, however at the base level seem above and below, two adjacent trenches and two adjacent dolmens indicate something beyond, repeat something beyond the dolmens themselves like burial pits or chambers and the integration with the ellipsoid wall forms does say it is of the same style and time period. Below looking at mounds in the rough,

Eighteen, below, the dolmen up above seen from slightly closer position and remarks very much buried over the years, this is the main entrance to a necropolis-like complex or individual chamber which has much, much to teach us as the Paleolithic, neolithic, and more recent eras for reason these are strange, strange things here and they are in the immediate vicinity of a great water source and a greater river-way that leads to the Atlantic overland and the Delaware Bay, indeed the Delaware Indians as they are called may have learned the art of chamber building from a or the great source of chambers here itself the record of some form of burial and how later tribes would be in regard for the ancestors they see along the mines, and how the burials of the Michigan copper mines would be not alike and not in mounds really, so we read, and even more closely the Delaware Indians along the Delaware River like of a chamber type, we read, but not like the dolmen bearing chamber type of mound in the hill. These are likely older than the Adena three-thousand years ago, again not alike in burial mound type, earth and minimal stone, almost out of range and more likely to be in the vicinity of older sea-faring peoples that may relate to the Lenape, the Archaic Maritime red-ochre people, rama chert apparently found here, we read, and in light of effigy of the falls calls for consideration of near eastern or Mediterranean contact, also Scandinavia, who with the Native Americans may and do indeed overlap in light of haplogroup X or whatever, like archaic Europe, lets say Scythian, Eurasian, Aryan, Arian, indeed, the proto-viking perhaps or the proto-European, which is to say, we have European Native Americans, indeed, as one might expect here we are far, far closer to Europe than Asia by many thousands of miles, and indeed then still from Siberia we are to presume all this came forth, not quite sane. Below we see dolmens that are big and megalithic buried in likely passage chamber-behind style with trench walkway right up to, cut out through, mound walls right and left, and the appearance that the observer is about to enter something, perhaps a very big, very rough pyramidal structure. To dig out would be a massive job, maybe possible, would probably be done by volunteers wondering the same questions for years, what is behind and the who and what of the mountainside more sculpted than previously thought, all the way to the top, the rustic staircase included, where from on higher places with more chambers have not been found and more likely openings to mine(s) await, already long closed at the top but in anthracite country more curious what’s been found underneath the ground in the bottom of mines, yes indeed, amenable able to remote sensing maybe, the chamber below would likely be big and maybe opened in antiquity, mines of the Phoenicians and the Greek marks to follow, dolmens and the biggest mounds we presume ring hollow,

Nineteen, waterfall posting permitted only in light of the skill which it would take to sculpt the face upon of the god or goddess of what like to rival Kallimachus the great sculptor of ancient Greece, none of whose works survive, but for whom the legend of the Erectheion references, and for whom this scale of perfection on such rough and foreign rock, spectral in the extreme, the first effigy near red mark, do look closer,

Twenty, zoom in again,

Twenty-one, zoom out once more, the feature is far larger than we did recall at the top of this post, in all likelihood three or four feet in vertical dimension and on the face of a ninety-three foot waterfall we like to call chameleon but may in fact be Onoko, we don’t care for the names much more, because they are scrambled in the books and chameleon is much better fitting for this piece of the ravine which is faceted by no less two spectacular effigy faces, one below as seen on approach,

Twenty-two, mark of the creator of the falls on the falls, far larger than can be apprehended by the one photograph, scale for likely the Titan, or he or she whomever, that did build the dams and make the plates, the plates and all the effigy and mound that does resonate far underground,

Twenty-three, the possibility of tablets and language, below observed not far from the effigy faces of the woman and the Titan, en route up to the next waterfall,

Twenty-four, this guy is our old favorite and is probably close to Ogham, perhaps, then indeed what of the rock hewn off and tablet made likely in mirror to the marks left that if traced might reveal cognizable written language on the stone, approximate to something Celt-Iberic we guess.

Twenty-five, The Wall of the Ancients, up above, with effigy face and cube in the rock and curious glyph wall, if that at all, that upon the west cliffs have more to offer in possibly serpent effigy sticking out down below in right before fall down the Ravine, don’t go,

Twenty-six, some sort of Mesopotamian visage less certain than others and indeed considerably more accessible than should be, always the consideration of recent forgery, look and you will see perhaps winged effigy drawing in the rock, not the rock itself,

Twenty-seven, the elephant we recall from last year’s explorations on the west wall,

Twenty-eight, attempting to get on top of west ravine face, we took the natural archaic trail, unmarked save for stone waypoints, down to the slope opposite that desired west face by a click or two and seen at left below rubble pile slash ridge amidst a natural ditch, apparently man-made, that is formed by the trough of a megalithic mound wall, the concourse of the moon, the megalthic underbelly rough and refined along the walk, as seen below what becomes of the way in between the megalthic top of the ravine and the available trails to that position,

Twenty-nine, below, megalithic mound-wall is the crest of troughs to right and left and is quite likely a deliberately formed aspect, unmarked again except for the archaic waypoints, nearly entirely absent any human presence whatsoever, cobweb overgrowth says no one has walked here in many moons, this ditch trail feature runs downslope southwest for some hundreds or thousands of meters before reaching a slight level off at probably still three-fifty feet of the nine-fifty vertical ascent, and the only option left to cut through rough wood all the way to the position desired on the west face of the ravine,

Thirty, above, more on the megalithic mound wall, likely the other way to Jeans Run on the east side of that waterflow, the other marked trail to the west of it, and neat megaliths field right and left, curious chamber bearing quality question-mark, first observed effigy face to the west, serpent, bird or other, down below,

Thirty-one, the natural archaic paths to the west face,

Thirty-two, and again, where do you go, down below,

Thirty-three, the puzzle-palace mystery trails, up to James Run across the way from the falls down below,

Thirty-four, where the desired position is, on top and about the megalithic rump, pyramidal in form, on top of the west face of the ravine, many natural archaic paths appear to be alongside larger white quartz sandstone blocks higher up and followed properly may be safe and indeed reveal more glyphs on the cliffs,

Thirty-five, the eye in the wall, on the east side, Atlantic-esque variations, serpent out of the mouth aspect partially seen,


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,



“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


Incan temple view to the eyes playful entrance on right upper view twice, the dark, dark get into the west side of the place, at right above to the continuing falls and left center to a wall rampart that is seen as was meant to be seen above, here below, climb on top and join us for the adventure of all time,

Certainly not the provenance of any trail club or parks association, these are features of the mountain that are indeed Native American in the extreme, and take one to the ledge of the cliff at left and up to wherever the wild west side takes us, below the steeple up to the next falls, at right in the panorama and here we are, next level below,

Do we have a name or a number, not exactly, just one of the in-betweens, and note, these are very different, very different, from the Rickett’s Glenn falls which we did examine for contrast and did not find the ruins of antiquity so present as we do here at the Glen Onoko Run, who are you mystery man walking long ago,

For scale, the Titanic megalithic trio that is the hallmark of the Falls makes itself known right away, you are in the sacred grove of the ancients, do not mess around, the gallery above is unsound except for the scroll and read captions for thumbnails apprehend technical difficulties, the internet at its end, as above, so below,

Top left above was indeed the Zealand-esque fall staircase on dry day and wet day alike, and between Chameleon Falls and the upper, upper truly last falls seen below,

We find something like six or seven Falls truly numbered five by the DCNR and the topology of the valley here that is in a gorge encapsulated by many human works along the east and west ridges, we are reminded this is the Lehigh Valley Gorge, part of it in the extreme a small part of of, and overall part of the Lehigh Valley, the Wyoming Valley apart has many similar structures but there are none as tiered and as faceted at each place as the Glen Onoko Run, do Chameloeon Falls below for the biggest of the lot,

Where our scale went, we don’t know, there was a person who once stood around for scale but that picture seems to have gone away, why, we don’t know, we’ll find it if we can, until then we repeat the top of the Falls below seen above Falls The Chameleon so named,

Just a slight trickle of water like the tip top falls top seen below,

Note, the false cave is the hallmark feature of top falls, scale female below mark the entrance point to West Wall structures that are along a cliff that is one of many cliffs along the cliffs of the big west face of the canyon, two below,

Onwards Christian Soldier, the cliff of all time is many, many stone trails deep and staircases do end at places that are not connected to any further point, disappoint in the extreme but the nature of a necropolis it would seem,

It’s a literal canyon my man, like with facets of human handiwork all along, rather amazing. We are concerned with the narrow band at the top of the cliff face above and the adjacent regions that are several hundred meters wide and already are known to host lithic mounds, walls and other abnormal formations of extreme interest following from the chambered mounds down below, concerning ourselves with waterflow next,

The entire water flow of the Glen Onoko Run is borne through the narrow channel seen above near the top of the Falls complex and just before plateau, as above so small and so slight and so many plates of this kind throughout these runs that we suggest most obviously the megalithic nature of water maintenance and irrigation at origin and such more advanced than living memory can conceive and indeed a tap, a tap, a tap like a tap for oil but for water and the rest falls into place, thank you much,

Third sight like the chambers makes one very curious,

On topic of height and falls and mortality, mortality, mortals and morality,

Look up and see many lithic features that are indeed manmade, natural formations and tricks of the eye, but do recall this is The West Wall, and look down from here, the scape of the run in the canyon just before the Lehigh River meets the trickles at the bend down below that rolls up to foot level at the trio of megaliths in the Run and provides navigable stone walkway between East and West Bank of the flow as we see, first look down,

This a few hundred feet from bottom to top, how many exactly we don’t know, save the known nine-hundred and fifty foot vertical ascent top to bottom, that is our estimate of the height from river level, seen nearest down below up above, to the top of the west canyon face which runs approximately level to the plateau at the top, indeed, with many small trails of stone and handiwork of man all throughout the complex, the west is wild and lithic moreso than the East which is rock solid and less overblown with verdure making movement either side trail bound, and repeat, these are not recently made trails, they are part of the landscape and were there in centuries before which is very much why the place was so fascinating to Americans in the nineteenth century when Glen Onoko enters the historical record, as in emerges fully formed the complex of all time in these woods many secrets but this the problem with the recent closure of no good for the solitary government of State PA to make unilateral decisions on history based on history in absentia the rest of the population who still know and cares and thankfully does not much care for the banned notice and closure in only name as the place is still packed but less safe apparently, or more, depending on how you the Jim Thorpe ems cain alert of all time.

The serpent of the falls above, perhaps one of many, and more or less not the best photograph of the profile effigies, however curious enough to be on the order of Serpent Mound in our opinion, this place is certainty the Great Serpent in mind,

Eight minutes early for the apparition of the female, if you see anything let us know, the morning clouds were far more impressive as apparitions go, no better than here the best ever, here again for that reason, Hermes Trismegistus down below,

We journey to the west side, and find one ledge able to carry the weight of at least two adult males to some rather interesting cave art, carvings, pseudo-tombs or the first of at least three jaunts to the west canyon face that can be found along the falls edge, west wall looks like this from the bottom, see below,

However, the narrow strip of canyon top that we are interested in was far, far more manicured than expected or conceivable for state game lands that furthermore are not on trail maps that are known and furthermore are still were accessed from the again manicured trail between James and Jeans Run that has some bird feeders or whatever right before and quite suddenly leads to a labyrinth of trails that bifurcate over and over again, see below for reference to where we are concerned with,

We find effigy faces among the canyon grotto structures,

Furthermore, we find grottoes and caves themselves higher up on the west canyon face than one would expect, as the left of frame is about several hundred vertical descent to the stream below and indeed one perceive this location withheld mostly exactly except for like, on the wall,

The best of all, we found glyphs following one path,

There may be more Ogham here than one can comprehend, but these are unique and we are at the terminus of a west wall path, note another cliff ledge right above by some ten to twenty feet may hold another layer of similar cave, grotto, glyph, ledge, cliff, and then the next, and then the next, and then the next, until the top where we know some hundreds of yards or meters or some trivial distance from the west edge is to be found another lithic mound complex, with all that stands in between, we wonder what if any is navigable by man today without climbing gear in standard boots or sneakers and along the paths that are already made and not on top exclusively, the answer is none, because they are hidden, so we are told, because the LIDAR does show many start and go along the cliff face, but none appear to lead all the way to the top, unfortunately for this way is accessible from the many Falls, but each has a terminus with another cliff face accessible only by climbing that in light of sheer vertical descent makes jump to next level dangerous for inability or severely impaired ability to return to the previous cliff face and whereby one may become stuck rather bad, almost had to take a leap of faith or two already to get the Wall of the Ancients as we call, above and below,

With an effigy face and a cube, also note many tool marks on the rock here and there for reconnoiter the rock itself is the mother rock for many, many, many tools found all over the region and indeed many questions in the twentieth century Native American literatures on the lost quarries of the Lenape, Lenapehoking here we find no less than three tribes, three tribes named in the literature so far, excluding sub-divisions of the Lenape, we have first obvious the Lenape, second Algonquin, and third Mohican, the last of that tribe indeed truly here in the vicinity the end of the French and Indian War would find many absent tribes in Pennsylvania gone where the French would take them and gone many by war itself, this does include many European settlements on neither French nor British etiology whereby the Germans and the Czechs, specifically the Moravians, made many in ways to the wild lands of Pennsylvia man still wild as hell, indeed, wild as hell the true way this here got this way because all the things that get way, that get in the way of simple language are real and obscenely unbelievable, but it is the mound complex which makes us angry at the railroad cut so close by which say DCNR query say, “did you build these mounds,” say yea, no, who would ask two almost one point five centuries later after all the business that took place whereby the mines took the lives of how many, how many look below,

This above from the County Carbon prison musea wall, very strange series of words, indeed the time period describing the death of how many miners where is not seven years and we are left befuddled at the number of deceased miners and specifically in the context of this very small town is an obscenely large number and in fact where are these anthracite mines in relation the Pisgah Slope, are they open pit, no, they are classic trench pit mines just like the mines that came before, comma, just a note from the jail below,

“We can only imagine the horrors and evil which prevailed in this dark dungeon.“ Its like, oh. We can only imagine, we can only imagine, we can only imagine? Why can’t we know? These are very much like child scribbles on the wall that make one uneasy in this place of hell, like, declared hell on earth confirmed and then some. Again, where are the mines for the historical record where all this went down? We don’t know and it’s certainly not on offer as tourist destination, any information, the historical society mum and the jail is real the only hint of that period at all save a tavern here or two with the name Molly Maguire, which as such is to be avoided by proper folk skepticism of the whole thing for these very reasons and suspected terror in the heart of Wolf for these reasons the government of Pennsylvania went off the rails and declared American treasure closed forever, why now and why then only reasons we are my friend not joking when we say it was Hiram of Tyre and he upon hereupon not at all but the only thing that scared the man half to death, Mother Rock, the Mother Lodge and the Mother Hodge all three together influence of heather woven into meaning higher than it seems, seams of the place opened and made for big fat disgrace of what goes on in the mines this day and these lines gettin back to the point of why this all is force majeure and does not disappoint with the story of Golden Glory what is written on the rock and what is written on the rock is written here sometimes in maybe other lines of who and what sees what they know is the megalithic technology that does glow alive or something close for whom and when say they seen a ghost and the woman she at falls here would be the analogy for the Powers that would be manifest in Glory all up the sky and the story of all time last place for a word here and then of photographs on the internet not the best friend of anyone who dares makes this West Wall or who cares the secrets of the mines are the secrets of these lines and so much before to read and write again it’s where let us narrow to six hundred below the ground and their wives who were executed and all named the same for inquires and protest bees about how and where the Irish went to die around here we still cheer the cross energy is still near in the historical society big and gold who are you traveler get gone and shoo from all towns there around with something off big and off mostly big PROMIS big that we say now exploration of that place as logically following from these facts in stone and word here are not possible without conflict with the State of Pennsylvania whose prison around the road is small but features in between the capital West and where it leads down around Nesquehoning in the back of town that look at that ridge right there many trails to be fair are old and scary as hell of there own accord literally haunted woods locals say indeed is true and experience does belie something off, real, real off in the woods of anthracite, all of a sudden seams not right and all of a sudden a friendly apparition does appear, say stay in sight and close be near to the reasons for the marked in stone correct path door, that is comma land for haunted woods and haunted land, who are you, cave of fools and rib number two, all around crazy town for reason they don’t have a frown, cause we think they don’t read at all, but we may have a hit on the avenue of the dead below little Swiss village that leads to the old anthracite mines where the Irish went down to mine, indeed good question, locals say government is hard to play, and court and church have a lock crypt and hearse, and indeed this is classic why all the roads lead to BAETYL by what is all the fuss about, what is all the archive, shout like the archive and how we got here, the planes of Armageddon and what down below, here is one that they know is criss-crosses like Swiss cheese and maybe why little Swiss village got its name, hardy-har, not why the name is and was changed to Olympic great, Native American legend Jim Thorpe, on a vote one day after the town flooded or allegedly why it would be no longer Mauch Chunk, because the history stunk, that would be Molly Maguire and why executions would be necessary still not clear, still not clear, not clear where the iron and coal police museum would be or all the mines and equipment activity, the only ruin left is the railroad which goes nowhere but to where there may or may not be an abandoned town or where the mining village would be, unclear who would be there right now but high danger of underground still with wealth now resounds all the underground archaeological activity ultrasounds below the grounds make us all nervous now that that is how it’s done and one trip down a run maybe last by virtue gun hunting lands gone wild and sometimes locals way to trigger happy especially by accident, it’s that rifle range wink wink nod nod, and then the pick-up truck with the carbon county marks suddenly appear during a walk cut short down to the other way round along the fill road mile from hell on the feet that does lead to the James-Jean run in-between and does cost about a mile of hiking from the mountain road with the only other edifice or entity nearby the carbon county prison down the road, as before, from Sinister Forces, we take the lead prison equals mound complex to very true indeed hit of all time, why, do ponder, the path of souls, the scratch paths, the mines, the organs, and these all time notes places on the earth where prisons go seems to be where mounds go to for reasons energies of kinds mounds would do and perhaps prisons would undo, gonna be woo woo, yes indeed, like Mississippi, like waveland on tv, caution casinos as well, like Ocean City, we mean Mother Lodge, the form of earth as the keeper, the lodge, by the form, nicknamed the hodge, the rock and the earth therefrom of special virgin quality, the virgin Maryland and the party of tea, for a land made to do things with infinity, all the places of high disgraces very close by to be coincidence not really, as the focus on Israeli like Holy Land travesty for reason we say Wee Bee comin’ down all creation for the sound of devastation when last rock does not have another sound hit the earth and hit the ground, too much bad energy, keeper of the waves takin’ us down,

The serpent energy the megalithic technology, from the Creator would in blue and yellow serpent form make the world in beauty be all the land up from the sea, of green and blue, like a nest lieutenant do, make a world for prophesy under the foundations megalithic be, before the sun shined on the earth, set in stone, the Spaniard’s curse, they do not know how the earliest came by, water man gonna sink it dry, yes that would be the little guy,

The master of the basin of water turns it: abundant fluid submerges the land.

Ahah also being king,

The king of the basin floods us all throughout the land for misbehaviors out of hand.