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The 2nd photograph of the Mysterious Rocks is presented in a posterized grayscale. These rocks while not cut and in a neat pile are much larger and look placed in their location on purpose by some body or peoples...The locals knew of the place but that was about it..These rocks look extremely old and placed in such a manner as to give one the impression that they served some sort of ancient purpose. It looks like passageways between the giant rocks and they looked stacked on top of one another. Could this have been some sort of temple or sanctuary of some sort?...or a house or residence?..They appear in the jungle like atmosphere by themselves, VERY out of place and foreign looking. The locals said there was no known quary anywhere around..Where did they come from?..How did they appear?..If you would like to see the un grayscale version, please let me know and I would be happy to post it for you.
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