Rock piles and stone walls in Nova Scotia, Canada.As in New England , these sites need a balance between keeping secret and making them public.
Tuesday, February 20, 2007
Rock Piles and Stone Walls in Nova Scotia
Researching this site, there has been many comments,some have said that this enclosure was a garden and the rock walls were to keep the Deer out.Those of you who know the white tail deer in North America can do a standing jump of over 6 feet in height. That would mean piling up these round rocks 6 feet plus to just keep the deer out. These walls are only 2 feet high ,and they are not in straight lines .Local dowsers have found that the zig zag or the snake like walls are built on the energy coming from the ground.That would explain why the Serpentine like walls and not straight as a Colonalist would build.Some have said that this whole complex of rock walls, cairns and rock built structures were the workings of a sheep farm.The local history reports of no such farming took place in this area.This area was a Major Headquaters for the Native American groups living in this territory for thousands of years.This Place is very sacred and I feel that by disturbing it with herds of people is going to affect it in many ways.Climbing over the walls and structures is going to knock down the rocks and cause irreversible damage.Respect to this sacred place is needed in a big way. To the property owners I hope that you have an understanding of what this place is and needs to maintain its present condition. I hope that they think of the people who built it and not of themselves for the benefit of the Dollar they should make from the bulldozers.Picture Stonehedge in England, vision it being bulldozed to the ground piled up and the stone being salvage for a Great wall in the Queens Castle. Thats about the same scale here. Rip apart an island that was forested and teaming with wildlife,for the sake of someones vision as being their Castle. I hope we can change our visions and see the Land for its beauty and the way Mother Nature intended it to be.